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THE IMRItE DAILY TIMKS, BA1UIR. VT., THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1920.
SLEEP LIKE A TOP There is nothing so essential to good health as good sound, refreshing sleep. Tli in you cannot get if your stomach, liver or kidneys are out of order. It's an easy matter to keep these impor tant organs iu good condition if, when they are not working properly, you 0 will take for a few days from 10 to 20 drops of SEVKN BARKS in a little water after each meal. It is a safe and remarkable remedy, scientifically blend ed from the extracts of roots and herbs, and has stood the test for nearly half a century. " If you want to "sleep like a top," as the old saying goes, you must take good care of your health. SEVEN BARKS comes direct from Nature, and is a most valuable remedy in the homo treatment of chronic dis orders, such ns indigestion, constipa tion, rlieumuti.iin, liver,' kidney and stomach troubles. "As a tonic and gen eral corrective, fSEVKX BARKS is .'without an equal, , and should be in every home. It is nature's way of sup plying tone and strength and over coming disease. Sleepless nights will cause you to get up in the morning, tired and unre f reslied, with a dull, heavy head, de spondent, etc., these are symptoms of deranged stomach, an inactive liver and kidneys. SEVEN BARKS will help remove the cauhe of these troubles. , It acts gently and safely, but very ef ficiently. At druggists'. Price, 60 cents. Adv. ' ' ' 1 PRINCE GIVEN . FINE WELCOME When He Visited Panama After Viewing the Canal "TIZ" FOR SORE, TIRED FEET AH! "Tiz" Is Grand for Aching, Swollen, : Tender, Calloused Feet or Corns. SEVERE NEURITIS PAINS OVERCOME PICKED PARTNER rinp A n A Mr'TP :We.' The first effect of the treatment T KJK, J JJ.tt.IN Ui : jg to build up the blood. Neuritis is the-inflammation of a nerve or group of nerves, and its prin cipal symptom is pain. Sometimes the pain is sharp and boring, sometimes it is' shooting, and in some cases there is a numbness of the affected nerve. The disease becomes evident as part of a general condition of debility. When the blood becomes thin and weak it cannot carry sufficient nourishment "to the nerves. The tonic treatment is es pecially effective in cases of neuritis and muny other forms of nervous trou At Ball Given In His Honor . by the Government of Panama Panama, April 1. Great crowds lined When the blood becomes well-oxidized and rich, it carries strength to every part of the body and gives to the starved nerves the elements they need. The value of this treatment is proved by the experience of Mr. Charles Camp bell, who lives at -No. 30 Main street, Keene, 'S. H. "After getting wet I was home from work for three months witn neuritis, he cays, "i was con FOURCARSWENTI - OFF THE IRONS White River Railroad Was Blocked by Derailment Near Bethel ' NO ONE WAS HURT IN THE ACCIDENT uie streets ana eninusiasucaiiy cneereu i fined to M with evere , jn the prince of Wales as he went to the - a hlinds becanle nu'mb a)d executive mansion to pay a forma call U fogt control of th(m f()r monthi at a on President LeFevre to-day So large time. sleep wag ilnpos8ibie) due to the were the throngs that surged through ,, '., ev On the recommendation of a friend " Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; no more burning feet; no more swollen, aching, tender, sweaty feet. No more soreness in corns, callouses, bunions. No matter what ails your feet or what under the sun you've tried with out getting relief, just use "Tiz." "Tiz" is the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff tip the feet. "Tiz" cures your foot trouble so you'll never limp or draw up J'our face in pain. Your shoes won't seem tight and your feet will never, rtever hurt or get sore and swollen Think of it, no more foot misery, no more agony from corns, callouses or bunions. , Get a box at any drug store or de partment store and get instant relief. Wear smnller shoes. Just once try "Tiz." Get a whole year's foot com fort for a few cents. Think of it. Adv. the thoroughfares that the progress of the royal visitor a car was often im paired. Upon arriving at the presi dent's home, the prince was forced to go . to. the . balcony, from which he bowed his acknowledgments to the crowd. ' Later the prince inspected the Pacific defenses of the canal and reviewed dis charged British West Indian soldiers. He was the guest of honor at a ban quet given by the president to-night. A feature or the ball given Wednes day in honor of the prince was his se lection of Miss Caroline Cranberry, daughter of a canal zone employe, an a partner in several dances. He hud who" had been greatly benefited bv thera, I gave Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial. The pain was greatly lessened by the time I had taken three boxes, and I continued their use, taking seven boxes in all. All the pain left me, and I am well again. As a tonic and rem edy for neuritis, I. have recommended Dr. Williams Pink Pills and shall gladly do so whenever I have an oppor tunity." Your own druggist can supply you with Dr, Williams' Pink Pills, or you can order direct from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., at Trie Passengers Are Being ' Transferred Past the ' - Blockade i i .,v.i t,.l 111 ' it ii to a uv-v. i il mr me I ruts H.ncin. he asked hat 'he 1ntro. booklet, "Ihseases of the Nervous by s , I torn. Adv. uuceu. AMERICANS HOLD KEY TO HEAR EAST PROBLEM SAGE TEA KEEPS YOUR HAIR DARK TO COMMAND CAMP DEVENS. Major George J. Holden, Professor of Military Tactics at U. V. M. . ' Camp Devens, April 1. Major George T. Holden, professor of military science and tactics at the University of Ver mont, has been appointed command ing officer of the R. O. T. C. school that is to be established and main tained here this summer from June 17 to July 28. Major Holden, with Capt. Carl T Estee of the northeastern de partment, is here to make preliminary arrangements for the opening of the school Last year the school was commanded by Colonel Guy E. Palmer of the northeastern department, but this sum mer's school will be twice as large, as the east and. northeast are included in this district. The colleges of the New England states and those in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Dela ware, Maryland, District of Columbia and the Virginias will be represented at the Camp Devens training school for oflicers. More than one thousand stu dents are expected. Major Holden, accompanied by 24 etafT and non-commissioned officers, will come here the middle of May to put the K. O. 1. C. in order. Other activities proposed for Camp Devens include the summer training of several regiments of the National Guard. The regiment from Maine is the only one thus far officially regis tercd. Dr. James L. Barton, National Chair man of Near East Relief, So De clared at Mass Meeting in Burlington. Burlington, April 1. Speaking at When Mixed With Sulphur It Brings ' Back Its Beautiful Luster at Once. Gray hair, however handsome, de- mass meeting for Isear hast relief in notes advancing age. We all know the Burlington city hall last night, Dr. advantages of a vouthful annearance. James L. Barton, national chairman of yur hair is your charm. It makes or Near East relief, described some of the mars the fare. Wh.-n it furl, turn conditions in Turkey as follows: m.T ami looks streaked, hint, a fw The waters of Constantinople are UnnlicatiV.ns of Kaw Ton nH Kulnhnr i.j . t... i ... i. w.. i rr -i""- wVucu lui-jr ii.. iiv.ri u u- enhani-ea its appearance a hundred lore wun me Datuesmps oi the allied u(i aim awoumiea poers, America naving Don't stay gray 1 Look young! Ki o '" tk .""'P ther prepare the recipe at home or get 7."";. V v. i- u V: , j trom any drug store a bott e of "Wy filled with British, French, Italian and ,. .i v.ii,... f I rolr inMiAra 1 ho it v iu iinHor rha I... . " . . 1 .... martial law of the allies. a1 t i. . t. . i : j 1 1 j . ' r, , ir i fgredifnta. TnouRanus of folks recom P.T. . T,V i 1,1 is ready-to-use preparation, l'Jlll'L.ntJJ-lli ?f because it darken, the hair beautifully. Cilicia and perpetrating unspeakable 5e,!de"' no on! CB" P"WytHI. as it atrocities upon women and children, d".kf" naturally and evenly. cm which, for fiendish cn.elty, were never """;lr" . " 'l""1 "u" ur"M." " surpassed by Abdul Hamid or Talaat. ur'"K 1 mrougn Tiie nair, Th. TnriV. ..f nl.f ... -uar. f "" BirHnu ui. a lime. xy end the vexed Armenian question by ning the gray hair disappears; aft Hcfrnin i,a Arin. Tw w . " anomer application or two, in nat too aosorbed in the war' to complete "rlcir U re?tfrd nd it bwomca the job which now, in the lull of 'our "u ""u, u )u ij KBTiiitj.'a rflv in ratifvinw thm lani pear years younger. Adv of nations, they, in comparative secur-1 . it y, proceed to flnish. the ICuropean hationa are so exhausted France and England both having by the war that they can do no more to save the Christians in the Near East, and adds, "Unless America joina to help bear the burdens we see no hope of delivering the subject races of Turkey." It is evident that no help can be ex pected from England and France, who are' attempting to hold Cilicia ' and restless Mohammedan subjects in col onial possessions and influenced by holders of Turkish bonds and exploit era of Turkish resources, tind it more convenient to sacrifice the unprotected remnant of the Christian races in Tur I . 1 I .! .: --m t Key, man ii iiu.hiu uieir seinsn inter ests. The occupation of Constanti CALLS WOODSTOCK PASTOR. Rev. Robbins W. Barstow Is Expected to Accept Concord, N. H., Call. Concfjrd, N. H.. April 1. The South Congregational church of this city to ns v extended a unanimous rail to Rev, linbbins W. Barstow of Woodstock, t., who, it is understood, will accept. Mr. Barstow will nil a vacancy result ing from the call last fall of Rev. Arch ibald Black to the Old South church in Boston. I'm glad when the cooks on strike Qjtf It means a breakfast & ETNA-AUTO i Combination Insurance with agvnts in every city Gnen antAmnbilr o nrrs eimplete protection against los hy; LIAIilLITY for PrrM iiil Injuria LIABILITY W Dammpe t Proprrty fri 1.1,1s It ""N rvunair to Automobile FIRF l.ightnng, F.loio, Wrr iHimsg 1 If FIT. Cyrlone. Tornsdn, TranfTrttHn IltSS fF 1".K ft Aut i'irii,g Repair J. W. DILLON. Affent "IIkw 34 R rtarre. n?.iit nopie is a harmless pastime tor the Syria, are attacked on all sides bv allies and will mean nothing if it leaves Turks, Syrians and Arabs. At th'e the Turks in power over Christians. Het(e f Marash the French lost over It is Unthinkable that the allies are 500 men and'wera romnelIid tn rtir 1 . : . - - . . . .t . 1 ,e . 1 - I . . . . ' . -i.iiiiinj! - priiu-tuaie uie ruie oi nit to Aintab. It is possible they would Turk upon the borders of Europe and still be ready, as they were willing a over neipiess ana ueieneeiess t. nnstian fw months ago, to let America, whom subjects even while he plans and ex- an th(, ra(.e trUNt come in 8n(j uke ecuies massacn; operations upon inose 1 control peoples wnose protection ana lioerty nd(.r the conditions, if the allies are assured ry the treaty as "a sacred the United States to assume the trust of civihration." Does the world direction of Armenia, including Russian require any further evidence to prove anj Turkish Armenia and Cilicia, we uiai ine iurK is incapaoie 01 giving a ftnnot refuse to accept the trust with lust government to non-Moslem peo- out iing down upon our own hrada J ll..t 1. . . - J . A 1 4 I j t. 1 v ,"UIur' i "ran, ln, responsibility of the complete an 1 ran y w Kill Tnrm-ri ij.pvi tun 11 Jf VI fers? There can be no Turkish reform. The entire country must be taken over by some superior power which will give each outstanding nationality full pro tection and adt-quate scope for self development. Unless this is done, we Bethel, April 1. The White River railroad had its turn with traffic trou hies yesterday when one of the cars of an eastbound freight , train , laid a rail over on its side, due to partially decayed ties, thereby opening the way forthe derailment of the three follow ing carB. All but one of the derailed cars were heavily loaded, perhaps over loaded, with Rochester talc and the fourth car contained last blocks. The derailed cars were the four directly following the engine, which fortunate ly 'was stopped before other cars had been pulled off the iron.. The time of the derailment was early in the fore noon and the place was the Morse meadow, three miles from the Bethel terminal. The Stanley steamer pas senger car, following the freight, trans ferred its rather small group of pas sengers, eight or ten, to the cab of the freight engine and reached Bethel in time to connect with the southbound Boston mail train. Thereafter through the day passen gers were transferred, the Stanley steamer running back and forth from the cene of the wreck to Rn:hester and the Bethel end of the route being covered by the aforesaid freight en gine and a box car, which also served for mail, baggage and express. Prog ress in "reopening the line for traffic was slow yesterday and several days may be required for the process, as the road has no wrecking apparatus and the use of jack-screws and crow bars with a locomotive for more power owasionallv, is a laborious method of dealing with a wreck of so lurge pro- fiortions. The track for several car cngths is badly broken up. At least one of the cars of talc must be reload ed, the car being partly wrecked. Miss Pearle Tewksbury is with her sister in Irasburg during part of her vacation from teaching in Hurt ford. Norman Carr of Barre, recovering from the effects of a recent illness, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ralph P. Shaw. He was in France about 14 months dur ing ihe war, being connected with the motor transport service. Mrs. W. C. Christie of South Royal ton was here yesterday to meet the girls of Mrs. J. Wesley Miller's Sun day school class. Lawrence G. Hoi brook shipped about 30 gallons of new maple syrup yester day to customers in Indiana and Con nect tout. COMMUNIST TROOPS ARE PLUNDERING nihilstlnn of the oldest Christian na tion on earth. The Armenians unan imously desire our help and must have it or they perish. The Turks, Arabs and Syrians, through the King-Crane commission, as well as through the Near East commission, have petitioned the United States to" come in for the must be prepared for the continuation pacification of the country. We hold of atrocities upon defenseless peoples. I tne lpv t0 tnp jt The United States is the oy coun I ,., gV the day. try that has the power to act as the solvent of affairs in the Near East. Six months ago all Europe, and no one more eagerly than England with con currence by France, would have wel comed the entrance of America as hold ing the key to the situation. All of ituation and we alone NORWAY REACHING OUT. Is Negotiating with Argentina for the Interchange of Food. Buenos Aires, March 31. Norway ,:orn Out Nerves the races of Turkev. includinir the I has been added to the list of nations Turks, turned to the "United Slates as which have begun with Argentina nego Ihe only nation with adequate re- I tiations for a treaty providing for sources and possessing the contidence of I free interchange of essential food all. I products. Her minister here conferred England. France. Italy and Greece I on the subject with the foreign min- Lare distrusted by the races m Turkey I ister to-day. as having ulterior motives: neither do they trust each other. Mutual sus picions made harmonious co-operation impossible. Under these conditions they naturally turned to the United States as the only solution to this com plicated but vital situation. We retuse to ratify the league f nations, thus forcing t.nglami and France and Italy to undertake the final settlement with Turkey, which they are pniceeding to do upon the basis of the old d:ploinscy, namely, trade, grab and hoid, with no consideration fur previous pledge, national hopes and the demand' of justice and humanity. Ihe unspeakable atrocities now taking place in Cilicia are the direct result of this pnlicy and thee are but the be ginning of what we may expect if that poli'-y is continued. It may not be too hU even now for the United States to enter and save the Near East forever from the hell !hirh ban burned beneath for the lost I generation and which, for the last five years. ha been heated irn times bolter than ever befure. The erudi tion are more critical than moot peo ple know, ana a-tn-n upon our part to be effective iru'l not be hmz delsved and must be taken quite apart from ithe treaty and the leajrue. ' ! is not imp-.bie that the aHie. if at 'l rnconraced. on!J give tH lit i erl Mate a free hard to pacify and j hr',p free Armenia from her present ttovele eJit . She i Bw in per i i! from Turk. Koord and Tartar, and t.e al i are iWIt nuah'e to prated. J A reoeat rable from Lmfi Bryc says I I lt',ri !i a mtf I 1 yMYJsTERIOUSjj i jeWI. jp ssawtj H Ills! ; liS)aett awtna I nmmmm im Hrum9 , TUlltia I.ar ' ar Thraa4 S-ralui j Lankwc IMralna re the result of dlsregardtni' Na ture'a demand for relief from disor dered conditions that cauae pain. Mysterious Pain Ease r n e e a iu 1 1 a m m a t'.on aritl pain ranishea. Ap ply freely ut do not rob It l-i. Ita remark able penetra tion will fi quick relief from pa I n caani by !theala iMlattf evral(la r'bllfclalaB. ew Vsnfa4f4 mm4 Cas rmwMtmi Hy JUNIUS BARNES X SON Entire Population of Ruhr. Valley Is Without Protection Communist Army is Undisciplined. Amsterdam, March 31. Distintegra- tion of the communist army in the Ruhr valley and the lack of discipline among the men has added to the se riousness of the situation there, savs the DuKeldorf correspondent of the Handeliblad in a dispatch filed to-dav. At Duisburg and in the surrounding' country plundering, earned on under the guise of "requisitions" is the order of the day, he says, while on the north ern front of the communist army great estates hare been plundered and burned and the entire population is without the slightest protection. Leaders of the three socialist parties emphatically declare a soviet dictator ship must not be proclaimed in tlie Ruhr diMrict. Ihy assort it never was planned, and that they are fighting only against unreliable government troops. PEACE RESOLUTION TO-MORROW. Will Be Considered By the House Then, Campbell Announces. Washington. April 1. A joint reso lution declaring a state of peace be tween the United States and Germany will be considered bv the House Fri day, Chairman Campbell of the rules committee announced yesterday while Republican leaders ami memlers of the foreign, affairs committee were in conference to decide the final form the ' Representative Flood of Virginia, ranking Democrat of the foreign af fairs committee, will lead the admin istration fight against passage of the resolution. MIX .WORE WITH STUDY. Harvard Engineering School Adopts a New Plan. Cambridge. Mass., April I. The Har vard engineering school has adopted a new plan of instruction for the junior year whereby students who wih may take industrial training and spend half rinse MuMk in the morning WM ' x . A -New Way of doing Monday's washing YOU don't have to rub clothes to pieces on the washboard! It isn't necessary. to boil - them! The new way just floats the dirt out of your clothes as they soak overnight. In the morning you just rinse them that's all! You have always had to get the dirt out of your clothes and linens by rubbing it out by hard friction. Now you just soak your clothes in cold water overnight (or for three hours in the m'orning) ' with the wonderful new soap product, Rinso. It dissolves the dirt loosens it from the fibres. Only very soiled pieces need a light rubbing. The clothes are so clean and white, you don't even need to boil them unless you wish to once in a while just to sterilize. Saves your clothes Rinso saves.your clothes, too. Do you realize that the old way of rubbing your clothes over the washboard actually wears them out more than your wearing them does? Rinso is so pure that your clothes are as safe in the Rinso suds as in water. Soaked in the pure Rinso suds saved from hard rubbing and strong washing powders your clothes, give you twice the wearyounowget. One package does a week's washing Try the new Rinso way on your next wash. See your clothes swinging snowy-white on the line at 9 in the morning ! t. Get Rinso from your grocer today. It is only 8c. And have it ready for next Monday's wash! Follow the easy directions on the pack age and save yourself hours of drudgery. Lever Bros. Co., Cambridge, Mass. (Makers of Lux.) Rinso is not a "washing-powder" The fine granules of Rinso took very much like ordinary "washing powder." Hut make this test. Use a heaping teaspoonful of each to i f,-l-is of boiling water. After a few hours, note what ha --!i.s. 'Washing Powder" high in harsh chemicals low in asp ii pour out Rinso absolutely harmless ) rich in eoap it "jells" in a perfect mold As wonderful for the family ' washing as Lux is for fine fabrics - -ev-'r -TvT Clear Your Scalp and Skin With Cuticura After shaving and before bathing touch dandruff and itching, pimples and blackheads with Cuticura Oint ment. Wash all off with Cuticura Soap and hot water.using plenty of Soap best applied with the bands. One Soap fr all uses, shaving, shampooingbathing. Finally dust shaven parti with Cuticura Talcum. The Soap, Ointment and Talcum Zac each at all dealers. Topics of the Home and Household. Applying This Paste Actually Removes Hairs (Beauty Notes) Merely applying an ineiprnsive pate their time as employe in factories ito a hairv surface, say beauty special within easy reach of Cambridge. jlts. miy, dissolve the hairs. This paste The plan has received the support us made hr mixing a little water with and enure:cnient of the A latcH j,me powdered dclatone; after about 2 Industries l .Marini-rt it. a-ompns- j minutes it is ruhU-d off and the skin ing some 1.400 industrial and engineer- j ahed. This timple method mt only inff eoni-rn. and these industries have ImnuMM . ..r. f n t nf Kair tint lava indicated their willingness to take nnfthe kin free frm blemish. To insure J minute. Turn out n a cloth or paper Celery should be crisped at least an hoUr iu ice-water belore serving. When covering jelly cups with paraf fins try pouring the parafline out of an old tea pot or coffee pot. . Before passing a curtain rod through the casing of a curtiin. slip the fing er of an old kid glove over the end of the rod. To-dav's Housewife avs it will greatly lessen the risk of du age .10 the muslin or lace. Sometime wten you are in a hurry to make ii-e-creara and do not feel as if you could afford to wait until the ire has begun to melt in the regular way after the alt is added, pour in quite a hit of nater at least a quart for a pood s lied freezer. The process can shortened bv half in this wav. New Cranberry Recipes. Time was when cranberries were looked upon merely as an accessory of the Thanksgiving and Christmas bill of fare, but there is no reason why ther should not be a !art of the diet every month of the vear. The follow ing are suggestions for their ue: (Yanberry Roll Three egg. one cup, sugar, three tablespoons cold water. one cup flour, one teaspoon bakine ponder, one-third teaspoon salt. Heat the egir ami sugar till quite thkk; add the water: then the flmir. salt and baking powder sifted together twice. Line a shallow pan with greas ed paper; pour in the hatter evenly, and bake in a qui. k oven about twelte cook for one-half hour over a very gentle fire, stirring constantly. When slightly cool turn into jars, and cover closely. This is a delicious spread on hot biscuits, bread or cake. Baked Cranberry Pudding Three ta blespoons butter. mc 1 tip rt:ar, yolks of two eggs, one-half cup milk, two cups flour, one level teaspoon cream of tartar, three-quarters teaspoon soda, one-third teaspoon salt, two cups chopped cranberries. Cream together the butter and sugar. Add the yolks of eggs and beat into first mixtute. Next add the milk, then the flour, rr-am of tartar, soda and silt Mited together, lastly stir in the olui cr:inuet'ries. Turn into a baking d.h and iiiok in a moderately hot oven th-re-qnarters of an hour. Serve hot with foamy sauce. A Good Urink Cover the cranbcriie-t with water; boil until soft; then strain.' To one quart of juice add one cup of siu?ar; let it come to a boil; add pineapple juice to taste; then bottle. 8erve in glas of cracked ice. Dorothy Dexter. Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 at current wage as many students as the school desires to place. BRINGING BACK OUR DEAD. smress With thii treatment, be careful to get real delatone. Adv. First Bodies Exhumed at Brest Will Be Shippel April 5. Brest, March 31 (By the Aoriated Press 1. The first bvdy of an Amerkan soldier who died in Frane was rx- huaisd from French aU here Tester- day at the font nrr' camp remetery. 1 he grates arrival win nave i'S' is ready for shipment to America by April i. It is exported that th" trnport An- lgone. w-hwa mailed trora iHirig tei- erdar hearing homeward I'olib-Amer ican veteran of the army of treaeral Ilal er. will rail at Iirett take the bodiee aboard. ( cold I sprinkled wHh siurar; tear off the tper. spread with warm cranberry Mine and roll up quuklr. Mock Cherrr Pie fhte rup cranber ries, one-half rup raiin. one cup sug ar, one half rup water, one tahlrspoon ful floar and a pinch of salt, thop berries into coarse pieces, add riin. seeded and cut. and the other incre dents. Iiine a deep pie plate with pastry, turn the filhng into this and rover with an uppT mit. Almond or vaniiia lny he u-ed for flavoring. Bake i a moderate oven ahoit half an hour. This should serve si rofm. Crsnherry Batter Three quarts of ranherrie. one pint water. two pounds atirar Cook tVe cranherne and water until the t-kins of the fruit j are all broken: ten pre troich a . 'eve. aed nntt thiV pulp uetil it N romea ju:ltbick; aid the v:-r and. The Kind You Hare Always Bought, end which has teen la oso for over orer 30 rears, has borne the sienaturo of - ana nas Deen made under his per s452Za sonal supervision since its infancy. . t-w&uvz, Allow no one to deceive vou in th fa- All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health af Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. p What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,' ' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fererishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and BoweWaids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Signature of JO In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought