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just Once! Try Dodson’s Liver Tone!
Take No Caiomei! Listen To Me! j If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee relief without taking dangerous calomel which sickens and salivates. St„p using calomel! lr makes you ' p„n't lose a day's work. If you £, ,az, .sluggish, bilious or constl rtted listen to me ! ('nIonic! is mercury or quicksilver, rhj,h caus > necrosis of the bones. >.,i,miel. when it comes into contact ri!h soar Idle, crashes into it. break-! "it This is when you feel that iwful nausea and cramping. If you ..all knocked out,” if your liver is on,id and bowels constipated or you ve headache, dizziness, coated ton ' jf hi.. lit is had or stomach sour, Ld try a spoonful of harmless Dod Ln's Liver Tone. I nori. s iiiv guarantee—(!o to any L^.tore and get a bottle of Dodson’s !j|vrr Ton.- lor a few cents. Take a | 11. and if it doesn’t In Short. Seiiutn—Slow s Hie market, Wright? Wricht • itotten : I’m actually star\ <,,|d u I.die of we-thilltk-.vou ”;:,l.e -.,h: -ion Mil- yesterday to r!, otigli to buy a paek .. Hit Cigarettes. As for Ebprks ; " " < r',W,led beads in Hnn.pts. Scllum In Short, yoii'ro writing lor lh.. II.age .11". hilt they’re not writing for you. That Might Help. Cwrndolino de Vore gazed out of the nindou in iln drizzling rain and the (loppy suvets and sighed dismally, as ihe pondered on the misery of tilings n general. "Aye. I am heart hungry," -lie rmir juircil In i In illiii- accents th herself. •What, I wonder, can alleviate these terrible pangs of heart hunger?'' .Inst then a voice came from the kitchen: -Come <m, I!wen: Dinner's ready. j„: iivt r iml bacon today Not for Charlotte. Charlotte is the ihree year-old daugh ter of .1 <'i- avenue resident. < hie of ilie recent want) evenings -he re moved I.- r -line- and siuekings and wtuil omt in iIn li'niit porch nf a •Hglihnr i" sh iw her that she " a harifuetriL The neighbor -aid: "You had ltd t* i get < • n your -hoe- nr you will . iti'h ymn death of dampness." Ohm dialely r*iplic*d. "Oil. no. I ha'i- 11. -1 e Indianapolis Vew s. F'rst Land Sale. We -held' I -e.\ the tirsi land sale on re.i.:d was the purchase of the field nf Me peiali hy Abraham. who paid Id" -lieliel- nf -liver for the field in w Ill' ll lie hurled his w ife. Mutual Position. eo'iiiHg hock were tu transports." ‘‘So were the folks mi the shore." When the pantrv is left unlin ked the small ho\ gel- Ids desserts. W hen Mm doff your uniforms, boys, he sure to put on your working clothes. leery day brings large increases In the ranks nf conscientious objectors to tight skirts. No danger, appnreml.v, that the tin hats will ever break their way into summer fashions. Mines are i xpeeted to advance T- « pair ne\' fall, a short life and h merry one, men I 'lli* horrors nf war itr** not yet over for l.iirn| . Tin y are golUK to have ":ir l.reaii aim in over there. "11 re I *: niriiij; out the hauliers of "ili*.rni* our walls fur the hoys, for ili* cry i*- still they come. h'° f **'' '11 W taxable at the soda fmi1" !l "diet her the eotisuuier takes * *eat m si a mis at the counter. ' *■' lus birthday*, hut 1 *iilllii|;d rcciiiTettee of the circus al lii: ‘ ■ hint a year younger. You Do More Work, ,nnifbiti(,us ar'd you get more S i ut of everything when your tin* t • ' l’1.1 ' ,l|d condition. Impurities in the v'v?1 hav,‘ a v*'ry depressing effect on nervooi 715' ca.usm<5 weakness, laziness, ■www-weMond sickness. restored 1 NSTELESS Chill TO*NIC and f „r ;.ner^y ,and Vitality by Purifying its str m <rv,ln^ l When you feel how ir hr U Linf *nv^°roting effect, seo it imnrr '.n®S ^° or ta G'e cheeks and how ap-iro-i i*V< S t le al Petite, you will then Era; lta ‘rue tenic value. ‘frES TASTt!-ESS Chill TONIC IRON and or'tv tvu ed‘ane' il is simP;y So cl*-I i *MNE suspended in Syrup. Wor nf,,' eVen children like it. The to I ! !Q“inc t0 Purify it and IRON ■Hiesf. ?^ese reliable tonic prop tke Cr ^ai t0 drive out impurities in Ta> TnK?'^alin? Power of GROVE'S the favorifp5* C-n ■ T0N1C ha3 made it Mom ihn„ S01110 la thousands of homes. Would ride a tn'rt a'five years ag0, fwlks TASTE! Pvs I distance to getOKOVE'S member1 of n ChjU .T0N1G when a needed a a, ’flr, ^d Malaria or ten - v. ^-y-buiiding. atrength-Riving day end ‘v formula is W*C the same to ««*■ tilc jSttf * fraZr “ay draii i.E. straighten you right up and make yon fee! line and vigorous by morning. I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel be cause it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile and consti pated waste which is clogging your system and making you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone will keep the entire family feeling Fine for months. Give it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant taste. —Adv. Which Had Which? Mother hud taken Joe and Join* to the doctor's for an examination as the teacher had suggested. At tin* supper table that night she reported the ver dict to father. ‘'The doctor says they have adenoids and had tonsils." she told him. Father looked surprised liftl before he could Speak. Up piped slx yeaj-old John : “Which one of 'em is mine, mom, and which one is Joe's?" HAVE KEEN SENSE OF BEAUTY Writer Asserts Soldiers Are by No Means Lacking in Appreciation of Fine Literature. I was asked the other day. writes “S' in the Manchester Guardian, the inevitable question whether, in my <>|didun. tlie experiences of tin* war itad tffade soldiers more religious. At any rate, I have come across not a few cases in which an appreciation of tine and immaterial tilings lias appeared in unexpected places. Notably there was the instance of John I'rinkwater's readings of poetry to the troops. Al lowance must he made for an un usual personality and a remarkable voice; hut. after every allowance lias heefi made, it is a tribute to the power of abstract beauty that the mixed crow d in a V. M. <A. hut should sit ; ml lisim spellbound for an hour to the purest things in our language. Then again 1 remember a man -it “regular" with no slightest pretense to .ilttiro- who used to read day after day a little slip of paper. 1 asked him at last what it was. lie said lie didn't know, hut he “liked it." 1 read it and found it was a beautiful extract—pure I.entity and no “moral!" from one of William Sharp's essays. on another occasion itdk had got on to l he subject «>f prayer. "f never pray," said one man. “but I rend this every morning." “This" was Robert Louis Stevenson's morning prayer be ginning "The day returns." Why One Becomes Old. One becomes old at a time deter mined h\ the hereditary tendency of one's stock, by one's temperament. by the intensity with which one tins played the game df civilized life, by one's dietetic habits, by the extent to winch one lots lived ami played and rested in the open, and by the extent to which one has consumed poisons, like alcohol, tobacco and caffeine. The idea that one can increase his longevity merely by the practice of some single personal crotchet is tin Ietialde. We mean such notions as that one can live to lie ninety years of age hecanst* cold water is drunk every morning, or no breakfast eaten, or because hot water is drunk every morning, or u heavy breakfast eaten. «»ld age is determined by a large number of circumstances. Their con trol in individual cases calls for team work on the part of the aspirant after longevity and a wise physician. How Art of Tailoring Spread. Tlu1 itrt <if tailoring in the western hemisphere appears to have originated in connection with skin garments rath er than those of cloth, an exchange re marks. In the north, throughout the n indeer ami enrihoti area, well-tailored skin garments were worn, completely covering the hoily. The Kskitnos and earihoii hunting Indians cut out pieces of skin and titled them together in in tricate paltcnis like a modern tailor. The tailoring art probably began In t'hina. whence It spread to Kurope, theme to reindeer hunters in Siberia and across from Asia into the new world. Along the l’acitie const the ab original Indians were tan scanfil.v clad and the natives of Patagonia usually wore only a lireeoheloth. although sometimes a eapellke robe hanging from the shoulders was used. In Mcx ico and the Andes region, where the art of weaving reached its height, gar ments retained the angular forth 1u whieh they came from the loom. The Occasion. “They have begun to work on the _ A kiss on tin lips isivinth 3,000.000 on paper. A woman always has a reason ter being un t ea sum hie. ilium .miumtf.am;..! GERMANS SCUTTLE OWN BATTLESHIPS VESSELS WERE INTERNED IN ENGLAND AWAITING OUT COME OF NEGOTIATIONS. WAS PLANNED BY OFFICERS Ships Went Down Slowly With Ger man Flag, Which the Crews Had Hoisted, Showing at the Masthead. J/omlon.—The German officers and sailors, forming the complements of the German ships interned at Seapa Flow, sank most of their fleet. All the big ships, the battleships and bat tle cruisers, excepting the Baden and many smaller craft, were sunk while others went ashore in a half-sunken condition. Eighteen destroyers were beached by tugs; four are still afloat i while the remainder went under. The wholesale sinking of the Ger man ships, which were surrendered under the terms of 1 lie armistice, was carefully arranged by officers and crews. All explosives had been removed and therefore the only means of destroying the fleet was by opening the seacocks. The ships went down slowly with tlio German flag, which the crews had hoisted, showing at the mastheads. The crews, composed entirely of Germans, under the terms of the ar mistice, which did uf>t permit Brit ish guards aboard, took to the boats when the vessels began to settle. While making for the shore the boats were challenged and called up on to surrender. Some ignored the summons and were fin'd upon, a few casualties resulting. Admiral von Reuter, commander of the surrendered German fleet, per sonally ordered its scuttling, in the belief that the armistice had been terminated. He says so himself, ac cording tw the Daily Express. Want System At Canal Changed. Washingtan Efforts to get early enactment of legislation changing the system of levying Panama Canal tolls was renewed in communica tions sent to Congress by Secretary Baker, Govt rnor Harding of the Ca nal Zone and Captain Sargent, ma- i rine superintendent at the canal. Labor Indorses League of Nations. Atlantic City, N'. J.—Organized la bor endorsed the League of Nations covenant and the labor provisions it contains, which, according to a ca ble message front President Wilson, have been weakened, although not materially. Denies Caranza Family Has Fled. Laredo. Texas.--Reports thaf mem ber? of tire family rrf Car ranza had come to the United States because of serious conditions in Mexico were denied here in circles claiming to be closely connected with the Carranza government. To Call Mississippi Legislature. Si. Paul, Minn. Tin Mississippi Legislature will be called in spectat session "this autumn" to act on tli* suffrage amendment, according to a telegram from Gov. Theodore G Hit- j bo to Bov. J. A. A Burnquist of Min nesota. Prize For Pacific Flight. Los Angeles.—Licensed aviators of any nationality may compete in the propos*d transpacific airplane flight for which Thomas H. Ince lias offered a prize of $511,000 according to rules governin; the coni‘--i made public. Many Reported Killed in Fire. San Juan, P. R - One hundred and fifty persons, including many chil dren. arc reported killed or injured in the destruction by fire of a mo tion picture theater at Mayagueso. Vale Crew Defeats Harvard. Regatta Course, New Ismdou. Ct Rowing a beautifully timed race. . Vale defeated Harvard in file four- i mile 'varsity event on the Thames by | a scant half length of open water. Senator Gore in Auto Wreck. Sioux Palls. S I) Senator Thomas F. (lore of Oklahoma was injured when an automobile in which he Was rushing from Mitchell to Sioux Ktills ; overturned, throwing the senator Jiut ( on to the ground. President of Brazil in U S.~ New Yoik Or. Kpitacio i’i sSoa, | president-elec^ of Brazil, arrived? in 1 this country from Franco, whenChc was one of Biazil’ti d< legates tu3ho pet ice c on f e r eji c e. Expecting More omb Outrages;: Washington. Further bomb on' rates' arc expected by William? J. Flynn, chief of the Bureau of Investi gation of tile Department of Justice, wliot sahlTVifTT HtTrautiofi was t;gten by polite ^hj*b^»yrtiiy_iji|~rputnr£ to foresfliTl‘Tfio radical/ * ~ Opera'* On'.flArtilthifie. ? Rendon. Viscount Northog(T\ ’ newspaper owner and former heag of the British mission to the Uigted Stales, underwent an operation 1*®;* ui?H»u.rttmni»ws»n* tut2 J Buy a Farm Now. BecatJff© land In cheaper than it will ever t>« again. The U. S. Railroad Administration s prepared to furnish free information to loineseekers regarding farming opportuni ies. We have nothing to sell; no money to i'nd; only information to give. Write mo rully with reference to your needs. Name he state you want to learn about. J. L Edwards, Manager, Agricultural Section, J. ii Railroad Administration, Room 70, Washington. D. C.—ndv. The mere fact that a man doesn’t call you a liar is no reason that he doesn’t think you are one. Cuticura for Pimply Faces. To remove pimples and blackheads smear them with Cuticura Ointment. Wash off in five minutes with Cuti cura Soap and hot water. Once clear keep your skin clear by using them for dally toilet purposes. Don’t fall to In clude Cuticura Talcum.—Adv. Silence is more eloquent than words. —Carlyle. KIDNEYS WEAKENING? BETTERS LOOK OUT! - - --——- ' t Kidney and bladder troubles don't disappear of themselves. 1 hey grow upon you, slowly but steadily, under mining your health with deadly cer tainty, until you fall a victim to in curable disease. Stop your troubles while there is time. Don't wait until little pains be come big aches. Don t trifle with dis ease. To avoid future suffering begin treatment with GOI.i) MKHAL Haar !em Oil Capsules now. Take three or four every day until you feel that you are entirely free from paiu. This well-known preparation lms been one of the national remedies of Hol land for centuries. Iu 1090 the govern mont of the Netherlands granted a spa* tinl charter authorizing its sale. The good housewife of Holland would almost as soon be without food as with out her ‘‘Ken! Dutch Drops,” aa aha quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Their use restore* strength and is responsible in a great measure for the sturdy, robust health of the Hollanders. Do not delay. Go to your druggist and insist on liis supplying you with » hox of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Take them ns directed, and if you are not satisfied with results your druggist will gladly refund nour money. Look for the name GOLD UlEDAL on the box and accept no other. In sealed boxes, three sizes. _ __ Frank. “What are you soiling bananas for today?” i "To make a living.” I Daily Thought. How ninny worthy men have we seen i survive their own reputations.—Man* | taigue. [ Middle Aged' Women. j Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. Freemrmt, O.—"I was passing through the critical period of life, being forty-six years of age and had all £ the symptoms incident to that change —heat flashes, nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, gOj bo it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as \ the be6t remedy for my troubles,which itaurely proved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since « taking it, and the annoying symptoms have disap peared.”—Mrs. M. Qoddeh, 925 Napoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. North Haven, Conn.—"Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta* (\ hie Compound restored my health after everything else 1 had failed when passing through change of life. Thera Is nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms.” —Mrs. Flobjuicb 1££LLA,Bux 197, North Haven, Conn. ■ . „ ■ ... Ik Sudt Cas® $ LYDIA E. PINKHAM’S VEGETABLE COMPOUND lias <he ^eotest r@@@rd for A® ^ LYDIA E PtNKHAM M^Dl'SjlE CO JfctttS THIS HEAD WORTH $10,000 London Doctors Eager to Examine Brain of Man Known as Human Encyclopedia. Of course you have heard of Datas, i the human encyclopedia—the man who can memorize and reel off dates quicker than the fire of a machine gun; tin* man on whose head the doc tors have placed a price of £2,1)00?. “But I am not anxious to sell it ji*t for dissection," Datas told a writer* for London Tit-Bits the other day. “It is worth more to me than £2,000." Datas has lately been devouring war facts and iiad just added a couple of thousand In two and a half hours to his repertoire when we met. “For an outlay of twopence," he f said, "I bought a little book on a j bookstall, rallied ‘Two Thousand Facts About the War.' I bought it and read the list through in two and a half hours and then knew it by heart.” There is no doubt about it. I test ed Datas with the book in my hand, and no matter what question I askec i him—dates of battles, air raids, name! | of ships sunk, famous generals’ ca t ruers—he answered them without hesl J tation, says the writer. Datas has had many amusing amt curious experiences, but the most ext traordlnary was the friendly dinner ha shared with John Lee, the Bnhbueoinhe murderer, und the late James Harry) the executioner who tried to Itanijl' v-u:_nL-jcracrjcrjcmcrJcrjcrjgTitr; Lee three times hut failed. “Kerry, after ceasing to he an executioner, set up at Bradford as a phrenologist and " character reader,” said Datas. llis card bore the words: “Heads exam ined.” lie examined a good ninny heads lu his time.” Dressed to Kill in “Shell-Cloth.” Shell-cloth is the name -tv-vy/i' fabric being manufactured m Eng lund. The stuff Is a tinc’.Wjfge utultuj essential part of projeemes. And now fTinf Hie war Is over -tlie stuff is going into ttie making *Qf clothes instead of shells, says the Philadelphia North American. It ought to make < looking clothes. IWa'lJt '/I I woman miglit say quite truly to an other: “Oh. my dear, she was dressed to kill, all in shcllcloth." or, o»-cf|UMtit|ni: tknrte 'rtarKb’J*1 opportunity for the feminine cat to say jtlmi. ij^r <[etrr 'itrt ‘ shpj^i ing taste in the inattef of clothes!” Boy's Bill o? wt gfii ff>:j George Bailey, answering the in quiry, “Wliut is gqydlfjk a says: “At this time of the year, according to the theories extant In North Oaro ><nn in !*7|> a V'.J >m,uU| h*\« d;tf1> I'Uftity or gfe^iri fi tOt, "s1u. young •M^t^biJ^-9.1 greet, blackberries, doughnuts, branch water ami two' hunt's hi -fhy ftwi^iJn11^:)lio 1 e' \rtatita r.«nstj,tut j ti? N 3 1 Economy to Both ] ] Health and Purse i follow a change from coffee to the American table drink— Postum Cereal A rich, full-bodied beverage4 boiled full fifteen m|nutes after boiling begins. Pure and free| from the nerve impairing drug, * caffeine. I i “ Two sizes, usually fold At Grocersfe very wherein ^ *—>1 - . i c nSacMia i» exceedingly large and luscious back cherries. II Now Is tlw Tide to Got Rid of Yim Ugly efreugtb — U guarsntewd to remove tbese ounce of Otblne tretigfTrrFtTrn yoor druggist, end epply • __ of it night end morning end you should hmhm thet e?eu the worst freckles bsve begun tmMkb appear, while the lighter ones here vsntsb«^|P» tlrely It in eeldotu thet more then one *“ to.fWija-fWTjWrO a. «k!» .ml tMz Mmfanirrr’ p And lot« <>r melt makv fwvH of tbSni Jrtlijajti' < kiln*-the fool tilings tgejf ■are UivifoH my rio& r INDIGESTION