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CHILD IS BILIOUS
LOOK, MOTHERI SEE IF TONGUE
18 COATED, BREATH HOT OR
OCALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS"
CAN'T HARM TENDER STOM.
ACH, LIVER, BOWELS.
Every oithir reab zes, after giving
her chilcre "Califorila Syrup of
Figs," that this is their Ideal laxative,
because they love its pleasant taste
and it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with.
When cross, irritable, feverish, or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, Mothtr ! If conted. give
a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit
laxative," and in it few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the bow
els, and yiu have a well, playful child
again. When 1 lit little system is full of
cold, throat sore, has stonitac(h-ache, dl.
arrhmi, indligestion, colic-remember,
a good "inside cleansing" should al
ways he the first treatmnent given.
Millions of mothers keep "CalIfornia
Syrup of Figs" handy ; they know a
teasHooifil totila saves a sick child
to-in1orirow. Ask your <druggist for a
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,
which has dircilions for babies. (h11
dren of illi ages ianil grown-ups prilited
on the bottle. Ihtware of counterfelts
sold here, so tdon1' I he foolvdi. ("et the
genuine, mal' by "California Fig
AVIATORS ARE ALWAYS BUSY;
Americans on the Italian Front Take
Advantage of Every Moment of
Good Flying Days.
O(n good dlying iay", every ininaii'nl
Of thll tiny is lutilizeii by .\tnrie' n avi
aters i lla.1y. Th mnw :tre' ill :t
fiv1111 h'lck ib six flying-- i4 Ill opl.
,,it ('f tiluaill iriltiriglyivig lp fIii
4. 1 hu n lit . I in l i .
Week ly 'I. wa t Iinlii . tu n ,. . m hi
* Cata0 111r ri D es n otBCre
b l oci l iM it'h'n li ii i t }Cit nio ir l
ono ne Wlia v ', i a at ur'i t f llie~s
en tht is til' ah ceitii tont i' ly
tarnd thn- liiolu onth Marisusae.
ofn i the linhil. Car a es by
tiaoplain- iyn hnflanhin c ito o h
then thelis tihoui iianh. yuhv
rumbliy tu0hind or ih ere erng.-ui
whn it xis" ('i i'o e -o e t Is-th
Ceut. ern o is hhne H.ina 1 ('il. er
by lcal apb-this ars toe cannt rc
nal Cdisaertion frin ar. The sroer
onlyoe wytor Catarrha l Dearness,
HADI b 1l1 CATARUliNEIlRatI
whroughhenoyood o tetucns Ohio.ce
Jaierd aemt bzyy al
mrtous trIn.t ofteustata 'n'tathei
ofhe th i trb is i~nme y havche n~~
..umb....... n.........undr ierfect hlain, an
W te itis e tir l closed.li Ieanl i stt tc
ut . Unle s W e infl inma tio enn be re
h *con titia tube reted tn itsnr
caseof Ctarral n I .Ah toS forn
be cire b afnes t that ennnoi
AH Duggstsne-O h:'astro I
Jeruslem t Gaz by Rail.
The ttodril ' theprm
eruslemto hizaon he ay oah
oltl ('1111ry 'nr tip he Nil Iytan
lunt ralroot e
THEY ARE NOT
. . . .
Arnevrienn soliers lin lrit ev noot
well. The vaine is probily "strip li
di:,carh-d t heir 11r. t . h:'4 :;
case of further lo.,ses. Imt then--iote
TELLS OF WILI
OVER A SHELI
By CLARENCE B. KOLLAND.
l'ars.-A tanl caln he only sc
frightened. After that he dies suldden
ly, or liughs, or both. Also, no mat
ter how sinred you are, curiosity sur
If a shell is coming, you wnt to se(
H lit and. If it is goillig to swilt you, yov
wilit to see how It gots Ithout It.
WeP were going bacek from the front
-hck. The battle was behind us
Pri'tvately ench one of us didn't (rc
how niici further b1hind us It got. I
could pilck up Its belongings and mov
iwiiy frotn us as fast as we were mov.
Ing away fromn It if it wanted. No
botly wouhlliar it protlst from any of
Al it rosSroins outr minitorle prog.
ress wsit, halted I t. i' young nil sever
.411h114-r with . fi Inlhs sleeve.
"Yfiou enn't 'lass." he sa Id ; "ty'r'
shelling 1114 ronild atheal."
Ie didn't ieed to tell e. We knew
It. As a runtter (if faict we vould hiave
told huln things about that rond being
shelled that hi' would neve-r know.
A% shell ennte sereining over out
114ads to "whm11'1" down alongside th
road it hundred yards h) ey I III3ond. II
viasn't a big shell. li i (neliner mo,
nent. nnd it it greater disitnce, 1
iin1ht have inhIIitteI thit it was it lit
tie AI ll, :1n1 Insigilfienii shell, it nog
ligible three-inch shell. But when I
weit over nay ha.nd I wias willling t
takt' oa4tl that It was it .12 tentlnEter
wichA 1 11.14 fllvell and the tou11
sernimIIIl vu oity ye I tolok it isi
Cap as Shock Absorber.
tgIon~ :f lis-~ ine-t .\l4 zatat - wne aii l:
iaoaautu i i'nb lti : taa ii t1a. l lt
fxatntintin eIt t o trat'4 e'rai la' ~ that thea.
lig vl- t iiit'r aolaint!(si t'l . I t'ne
hitrber Nt ulu . lo A.e ne'itt n.lby Io
at was~~~ atba li IO Stt it'o. I(tt was no
1a po uiris re tl. Ilrybody ont( i t har.~'
tken11 tt a tdislk 42 it lws I act ilit i(in434
1t'1way ( with V t in Ihin 1(n S(the '1lb.
thn iwtre. ttrel (|tritrig1( jkiier
nil 1; ne t Ann-riIenn riat . The " pr. I'
vnt as on.- a'il horsited a. It lok low r
f.asII t 'ors btl lthes4 inan 1 's er ha'
Ine r ouble0 it it. t lpt gesIti iting lili
thelir un' TlwIil~ty stuitb'd ove it.~~a
"Whtn Itne anohe sh ll11
1xlo' ws itest re opular. t
the141 4 elounds of lra e~esiona atthimyls
They~ 'lwre e'nusedt byt i~ tha hwong t 11
Ii~theo M.aa It A.t en 1'tuntly ithoe < '
. . ('(1 nd4 fth ?4(feter dlissiilar, bt I i
0 ir wasmte at. I o b
thuitgnk wih n ermpise."i
most knioks t the nte, orn whh
levera, uthin lights were appron
only en toy theit sinokes, buit enr as
oker," na two of the [nt halve aready
'ge safevy in, rently fonr ustant use' i
tle holseshoe oni his shoe.
) MOTOR RIDE
starte(d, andit we coitintledi . Ve Coln
tinued so rapidly that tile scenery
lookedi like a green fog, for Fritz- was
A stell linded alongside the rond
and 11 telephtonet' wire dropped neross
our faces. If it had been at rang of
Iutlmttainas it wouldn't have stoppeti us.
People who iw us patiss will tever
know what we were. It will reaiti at
mnystery to tetin it) their dying days.
We were a pale streak, a very pale
We were not traveling for pleasre,.
we wer'e ()n butsiniess. Our immeliate
itsiness wits to go twity frotm there.
and our next inmediate business was
to fill the Il vver with .igarettes and
chocolitte from the Y. M. C. A. ware
house a nd get it back to the boys back
t here. It was several kilottaeters to
the warehouase. but we (dd it in tenl flat
by tle vItnteht. arriving it a stIl of
profound eiam. We were not ruflied.
Noabody would have known we were
excited except for at few minor at
ters. Of outrtse we were knocking
splitaters oaT otr teeth with the caitit
tering we felt it. our dtty to do; we
were a trifle jade, say as iatle us fresh
snow. Aside from this with our
hearts beating so they sounded like at
dilapidated cation engine, wi it our
hatir standing out like spines on at at
gry porcupine, our appearance and
henring were normal.
"Going Back?" "Sure."
With nonhintlae we tilled our ton
1allet with sipplies4.
" ;qining back?" soteody asked.
'I'lTh aiver ooked at me and I loOked
"Iatnek ?"* sail bet.
'(th. ite aw n be'a a ack."' I satid ea:sily.*
The'aiy' re sheltitalitn ' t rad," saidl thett
ttumgt tta ' the t watre'hause.
"hiia h-'ad."' sati'at I. "Shtelinag?' \\'hy.
we' hadnit't no t iemoa It, Iba'gar a' hell'i s?
\\'e just ma ntt down thm in am rtamaa. it wast.'
peat:t'mcful--:n-'aa'm'ul ats nt-aow~ piats
wvith ihis legs. fatr aarttt soa htis ioa
'"0f courtase," staid I, hantginag ata
Machine Being Built at Cleveland
Shows Up Welt in the
S Clevalnti.l O.-A naew typae of bmattle-a
e tlan ae is ntow heintg tutrtnead out hietre at
at the naew pitanttt of the' (ienn I,. Marttit
.comapan y, taid tho first aof thIte pitanaes,
nIoarw being put thrtough its netanc ttie
tests, htas shoawn exeiloalttt aa maneuav
''ring athilit y for its size, ats w'llI ats
fThe new'~ Mairtina planiea is tmuch't
larger thana the bat tieplaines iatw In
k.ast' by tihe allies itthn 0ure. tIthats a
winltg taprenad of 75 feet and is poawererl
witht two 40(-horsepowter tamtors. int
ndditio toIaa r tegutlar eqipmen'tt it htas
ttat rryinag ('ntttellty of '2,400~t paounds,
and Is saidt to het so conmas tuctt'd thIat
t herte is nao "bI l'd spot, tat Iin ta'fm
atappjrtaneh whichisgn o oe
a' FTe mnin i tm, eit ppeda wbith ima
chineat gun is, shoawed amn tltrst 19a'1
tilgihts thatt it i'ould he hattaled' at
"'COOK GETS FORTUNE
m. BUT STILL ON DUTY
el ttaamp Seyler, 4 Grtetavi lim, S .
be- I -TI. 1I. Miles, coaok tat atah' pat.*
I s tients' ki tenmla't ba a hosph at
her'. r"'ceived ntiat i a ota rem-*
ar- 'tently that at dlsinatl r'a'ttivt
'as ali'd atndi h-'fa haim .tl.ay n f)(
Mih-ms Is still ''aok tat th' haons
i nIl t tta il nd t d e nt isht to
r 'labuntgi' Ia b a ura'ar a'vent if' he
''out~ld. Mtta'' hort' tat at Tiaaf
hi'. boraa. N. ( ' Hea ha n Hjpa'i I yy.
"al, tal . eta in ith li rmniy Afnd
hilt - itavv.
NEAR BODY OF BROTHER
WERE 7 DEAD.HUNS
New illghton, li'.-"Tod'ay
We were up li he lia)tlefleid to
hbury otir boys stilt we, fotund
Vern.er uninog the dead. Now.
d111. d1o 1141 worry too itsch. lie
died gate. lie still held his
ritle in his h1nds 11n1 there
Were seven dend li1ns in Tront
4f1 hu." Tis was in ia letter
reVceive(I fby John Mc"1arlant)I
11'OIn 'Its son, telling h1irn1 of the
1'lIth of ntolhier son oin thek
+ Marn-Ie btllel
I II sti.lliS of ly pants for the sin
"G Hn"sid( hle.
I n'ver saw i Car so difleiilt t
Ilolilt, so high to illnh, but I go
I ie.e. The driver erainkieci it ant1(I wI
str'il away w ith gay, noncnlana
wves of tIhe hand.
We hau to clilli ai hil. I silggestet
that inyhe the engi neeeded lit tli
inkeri'g before we trima l it, but th
dri'!ver thought not. I could hav<
1 1un111 troubles In that engpinep that
watIld haive Ieil us there a week. Hiu
we wentl on.
All ofit a silkliena the aill' tilled II witl
I 1th. hollr of a sli'!l. It buistedl ve'he
inen'l.v. hut I Ilitiln't see it. I wais whern
I coulIin't see, with anly headt dowi
ainong the co1ntrol lever's. A fev
PieceS (f r'oof Itald debris settled o
Illy back, iut I wits not niiioyed. 'Tii
nore that settled there the better
wouhl be protected.
"Shall we go on?" the driver asket
"I'n just a Iassenger," salitl I wit]
stenaly courige. "I enn't jiuup ou
whille you tire utovig-at this rate
Know it Was a Roof.
Anothtller shel! landed, this time 01
tIie rIoo' at our very elbow so to spenl
I didn't have tulle to Join the lever
"gain, so I saw it. It lantlei on a rool
hecause I siw the roof Just before I
l:nletd. I Will never see that roo
again. Our nequaitntnne was briel
As I looked the roof nuoveti awn;
fromn there hastily. It soight diver
flestl linations. mnany of whileh were it;
'it o1 rOull u1S. Tiles an4d plaster ani
ulIust illed the air.
"Mister," sill! I, "step oI hevr. Sie'
"We're iloing sixty ai houe if we'r
<ioingp" anI inch, " hek zanid.
It was not true. I enn prove it. 1
took us 12 l ilii tes, it'tiuail ('int, t
1115s at tree. Afterwards the drive
toil llue it wasn't a tr'ee, but it wood
severad kiloIeters lomg, bIht he wa
mistaken. I know a .ingle tree whe
I see' it, an11d I Counted that tree agad
"I hope," I saldi, "that the sollier
get. this tobnevo. I hope they get I
S)(1n1. Let's see, they're in dugout;
aren't they? you don't Ieed to botthi
anout takl ii it to it t. I'll o tha
I hiaven't chattedl withi these boys fc
1111 it a while, un1141 ti iinel 1s I dislik;
the closenless of at dug--out I think
(.21n snelEiiet Inlysel1f, tilrly and sta
dollwin witih thein a little while. By tII
way, 11" . dumgouit with it thick roo
isn't it ?'"
W\ihih was uS 11. 1 :1ra thei' eh:uniio
Chooses Army to Tria'l.
(iph~g l.uyniEiiu , tn'-thre4. the. choi
iof Ilistin'I ou i i th s'ted States1l 1innu
l'Endil'y asV telllil 14 s Intlr iE' l ph i
Andr awrdtall rEf'ii icequha~oirnet
groher ugIns tfhe gsn ofypl el
in rosfnanufngtuenesaeurs rni whi
hoe trne lti tnd tei ty
1in Ilooti society at Woman11 it; known
not by the complay 'slio keeps but by
the sainds she serves. Inastinctively
the accomplished hostess puts forth
her best effort in the preparation of a
A L A D which is a
little different Is the
following: Cut siiall
rip1e tomautoes Wihet
have been peeled
Into qjuarters withl.
out separa-Iting them1
fromt thle stemi end,
lon or in so tle toiilto lies
*i' the sal(d plate
t ~ like A open flower.
ettu% a111y 'e used or not for t nest
for the tomato. Ileal) over the to
1111to iiely (Chopped apple and celery
which hais hen well mnixed witil a high
13 -seaisoied dressing. Garnish with
4hredtted bits of green pepper.
Golden Chestnut Salad. - Shelf,
t blanch an1(d hol 11t11111 telider one pilt
t of cliestnuts. irain and dust arnd set
aside to cool. Arrange in s salad
howl onl a hed of wvater eress or of let
tuc(e' an11d sift over then lightly the
yolks of two hard-cooked eggs. Hold
the' egg yolks li a sieve over the nts
and ruh them thro)ugh. Serve with a
good ilavored dressing.
Tomato Salad.-Seald, peel and chill
[ six firn tonatoes and cut in halves.
To one eupful of whipped crean add
two tablespoonfuls of leion juice and
tile saie of grated fresh horseradlsh,
season with paprika, mustard and
salt. Place tile tomatoes on lettuce,
hep on tie dressing and sprinkle with
a bit of chopped red pepper.
Bacon Salad.-Cut six slices of ten
der hacon Into squares aind fry until
brown ; drain onl paper; leat six it
blespoonfuls of this fat aid two ta
t blespoonfuls of vinegar; beat the yolks
f of three eggs tin(] one-fourth of a
' tenspoonful each of paprikt and 11111s
tard and cook inl thie fat until thick.
lWhen the dressing is cold. toss tile ill
con over crisp heaid lettuce and mix
with the' dressiig.
Brussels Sprouts Salad.-HolI a
quonrt of brussels ,prouts Nwith at piece
of ham11 or sailt pork. When (()o1 eut
(each hiead into halves, arrnlige on
cress or lettu(e, qlsprinkle witll a little
t chopped ham and serve witl a good
) salald IIIessing.
r Sweetbreads and Celery Salad.-Mix
s eqiul pairts of cooked sweethreads,
s dlied, with celery, also diced. Add n
x. nieely seasoned dressing atnd serve.
1 The dres4sinrig and seaisoniing Is tile im
portant poitnt lin i good siad.
5 All vegetables served fresh should
t hle crisp 1and free from moisture. Nuts
;, of various kinds add to the finvor and
r nutritive valu1e of any sailad. Corn
t. oil utsed with the yolkl of egg and
r vinegar is 11111yonn1aise mialikes a most
e tasty salad.
y Within hle lo msk tJe harvest lies en
Phe chnff 1f..S dead;
nut the swiet lif the4 stirnrner mionths
1) Iec 'rnes ('ur) bire:ad.
THE CANNING OF MEATS.
but that the4 ine4xipe
with' lar of lo.<ing ll
(lalionl~aitaby poii ng e.~l~ .\ S 1iint
Co0f nfi4110f o t' f'ood, if ihe
i'rol)('r enre'4 is 4 ak
enI to) be4 suir that Ih 144' areu I per
foct ly senled and serile..
strenm~ls where''a fish aihound l viiitnd
-- ('nnned4'4 fish in mjost satv4)ry dish1 to
4 ser1ve' 43n shor't no4tIee.
. TheP haousewife 'ho hats hetr fruit
(. cellarP well stocked wvithI cannaedi fish,
IWmint, soup~s its wvell as vegetalies, hals
a no fears when'1 11n tICxpec'teolaii~ught
of comipany' drops i on her- 01. a busyv
day, for sheO knovis but1 a few. mliutoes
Iare needed04 to prare11O a goodh meal
from the good14 thinrgs canniedl.
Toughl mtis ma 1 b43'te coo0ked a kint
hiour lbefor'e jpacking.
F~Ishx shouild he0 soaked in salt brine
a half houra beOfor1e packing. All ments
jis well ats tihu shld be0 in perftect
conition for cennning.
ChIcken fried, ennned in tile late
fall, preser'1ves thle ment4) at the motst
dle(louis stage ando we avodl tie e'x
pens11e of 4c1rrying themll over I he wlin
Oinme and0 fish may lbe ennned to
sorte at a1 timle wh'en'I both1 arie (out of
Canned Chicken..-A fowl weighing
twIo pound~s when'u odressed4 shoulod inke
a pInt of' 54)11d men'It and0 a1 pint olf
$toc)k 11hik enlouigh to jelly3. A fou1r
poun fow(1I ))l will fill nari t enna. Scar
the mientt ini hot fiat, or In hallinag wni
1 4r. then1I''Ii1)O reov the' hones1 andi pack,
filling the spnece witht~ the stock which
has been sa4'I 1ved froim the cooking of
t he mnat andio hones0. Add one ten
stpoonfuil oIf salt to a quart of mniat
with other'l sealsoninigs, if likeod. Seal
1the ijar then0 'ilrn bact(k one0 qua4rter
wnyt3 roundi4 if a Malson jar ; If 01ne with
a clamp, leave the lower onle unrnd
junted,. Plice in the hollr and)4 h)01
with waiter to covei' three hours. Take
4)ut, s'nl I ightly nt onIce4. Tihae ment
maly he0 pactked4 un1cooked0, but1 it (1oes
Snot havE' 1n. gofod a flavor as when
browned arid lighitly seasonedl while
Mrs.Courtney Tells How She
Was Cured by Lydia E.
Oskaloosa, Iowa.-" For years I was
simply in misery from a weakness and
nothing seemed to
do me any good. A
friend advised me
to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's V e g e.
table Compound. I"
did so and got re
lief right away. I
can certainly re
commend this valu
able medicine to
other women who
suffer, for It has
done such good
work for me and I know it wilU help
others if they will give it a fair trial."
-Mrs. LIZZIE COURTNEY, 108 8th Ave.,
West, Oskaloosa, Iowa.
Why will women drag along from day
to day, year in and year out, suffering
such misery as did Mrs. Courtney, when
such letters as this are continually being
published.4 Every woman who suffers
from displacements, irregularities, in
flammalion, ulceration, backache, ner
vousness, or who is passing through the
Change of Life should give this famous
root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Con ounda trial. For
special advice write dia'E. Pinkham
Medicine Co., Lynn, ass. - The result
of its long experience is at your servico.
tell for 60 er. FOR NAILARIA. CIliA AND 1
Als. e Fla General Streagthemiag Tei. At All Drug Stsa.
LEFT NAME THAT WILL LIVE
Boston Was the Home of the Famous
Mother Goose, Possibly World's
Most Noted Woman.
I'erlilps the m1ost. fitiliouis woriill
that ever lived was Mo ther (hose. Oth
I Woine0n, ilrticilarly i feV had ones,
liave enljoyed vehbrity, but Nh
inehieved Itlaitu ri iality.
Sheis ilited Mother (loose beetuse
that was her ianme. lor she was a
i'al prson. and dwelt in the city of
IBiston. Sit lived II i little ole-story
house with a roof th.it sloped almost
down to the groutulI--jIt such a house'
as one mIght expe'ct Mothir Goose to
HTIcIcuy--nliot far froin the Common.
The house vanished long ago, but
tlie church in which sheit wa aceus
toiedl 'egularly to wo.rshilp still stiids.
It Ia the famous old Sotlhii (huilrch.
1ler ma il'den niallie was E'lzlibethl
F(ster. III faet, she was in old maid,
tweit y-eight years of agc-quite elder
ly tor iln Inmaiii ed woaitin in those
da ys-whenl she iet aid beeni me tli
wife Of Isane G;olse t.
She lih d l ,tihi ildrn .v aid 11.triliaie ldren,
:tndi It wits for te ii~ t ier 1hlit slht wrote
her-1 1 hymes. IIIlh wer. li'si piblished
lo ion, i 17d.
Mter eois.' died' int I~57. aged nitne
All Soldipers Are Fatalists.
I 'rui einly l i theli'S 'ihliers htieromnt
int tabsls abouett dleathii. You si', inent
Yus'ee itheiti a en by a miira'c.
trmluitlly' youi oe ' to t e lieve', 11.
'ibiiToun ugi s It. "\\'hteni a 'ithell (ens
gilt1yours."' In thle meoaihne, "\\hy
w,(rrev" Yo neI nwyu luck.''
'lTat's the way Ithey hut it.--riomn
"'I letutres lhirned to My Memo14ry,"'
by C luhr's \\. \\'hitehira.
A tiwtratliai's mttl anufatutre of mtaor('ar.
boi's has rec'' eil entormouitis imapetuts
fr'omt the wvar.
always goes with'
hea lth,an d health
making is the big
A delicious food,
rich in the vital
eat and enjoy it
to the' last atom.
" Ther' aReeson."