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Jean You Afford That Bad Back? J Nowadays, to be half crippled with i ituir, ai-mug ubck m mignty expen ! live. If you Buffer with constant hack- cue, leti lame, weak and ail-played out; have dizzy, nervous spells and fits of "blues" look to your kidneys. You can't do a full day's work without well kidneya and a sound, strong, back Use Doan'M Kidney Pills. Doan's hare helped thousands, of workers. Ask your neighbor! A Michigan Cue S. wlllale. engi neer, at City Wa ter Works, 45 Pleasant St.. Ionia, Mich., says: "I suffered from sharp, shooting pains in my right side across my kid neys. Nothing did me any Kood until 1 began using Doan's Kidney IMlls. After taking the first few boxes, the kidney secre tion c leared up and I finally passed a gravel stone. The pain left. When, ever I have had any complaint with my kidneys since. 1 have utsed Doan's and they have been beneficial." C.t Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Bos DOAN'S "V.-JIV FOSTER M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. mmmum Causod by Aeid-Siomaoh Million of people In fact about 9 out of 10 suffer more or U-ms from indigestion, cute or chronic. Nearly every case Is cauHt-d by Aold-Momtuh. There are other stomach disorders which a I no are aure ulntxm of Arid-Stomach belch inn, heartburn, bloat after eating, food re peating, tour, gamy stomach. There are many ailments which, while they do not cause much distress In the atomuch Itself, are, nevertheless, traceable to an acid stomach. Among these are nervousness, biliousness, cirrhosis of the liver, rlieuma ttem. Impoverished blood, weakness. limom nla, melancholia and a long truln of phys ical and mental mlwerles that keep the victims In miserable health year after year. The right thing to do is to attack these ailments at their source get rid of the arid toniarh. A wonderful modern remedy called EATON IC now makes it easy to do this. One of hundreds of thousands of grateful users of EATON 1C writes: "I have been troubled with Intestinal Indigestion for about nine years and have spent quite a sum for medicine, but without relief. After using EATON1C for a few days the gas and pains In my bowels disappeared. E ATONIC la Just the remedy I needed." We have thousands of letters telling of these marvelous benefits. Try KATONIC and you. too, will be just as enthusiastic in Us praise. Your druggist has EATONIC. Get a big fcOc box from him today. Ha will refund your money If you are not satisfied. 'ATOfcSBC I fTOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH) NEATNESS IN GIRLS' CLOTHES OR.J.D.KELLOGG'SASTHMAREMEDY for th prompt relief of Asthma and Hay Favor. Ask your drug 1st for It. Z 9 osnts and one dol lar. Writ for FREE SAMPLE. JVorlhrop & Lyman Co.,lnc.,Buffa!o,N.Y. i iu n i im J Why 7 Proof is positive when founded upon facts plus experience. Beecham's Pills have been used for 60 years by people all over the globe. Their sale is the larg estofanymedicineinthe World! BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold verywbere. In boxes. 1 Oc. 25c One Treatment with Cuticura Clears Dandruff Alldronaists: 8oep2B, Ointment 26 M. Talcum 28, Fsmnle eeh free of "CstlBsrs. DT I, S.ltos. Jr i-r jy r-9 jt j jf r-m French Farmer Had 36 Children. A French farmer had 30 children 22 sons and 14 daughters all of whom were living when the war broke out. The father and one daughter were shot by Germans because they went to Lille to attend a party In honor of a rela tive's one-hundredth birthday; n sec ond daughter was killed by u German shell at Dunkirk; three sons were dis charged from the army with grave In juries and thirteen were killed In ac tion. The size of the family does not make Its terrible sacrifice any lest tragic. Youth's Companion. How's This ? . Wo offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh (Chat cannot be cured by IIALAiH CATARRH MEDICINE. . HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sold by druaraists for over forty years V Price 7Bo. Testimonials free. ST. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Panama Canal Traffic. According to the report of the gov ernor of the canal rone for a recent month, the number of ocean-going commercial vessels passing through the Panama canal for. the month was 101, exclusive of eight United States government ships on which on tolls were levied, other naval ships and launches. Net tonnage of the 101 com mercial ships aggregated 430,807, Pa nama canal measurement. Rests, Detrain, Stoftef Heals Keep your Eye Strong and: Healthy. If they 1 ire, smart, Itch, or Vt.k'i,C Burn. If Sore. Irritated. lUUil Cl&J Inflamed or Granulated, use Murine often. Safe for Infant or Adult At all DruCTista. Write for Free Eye Book. Cuius Cyt l&ssiy Csk jtsy, Cttc;s, I). 5. i. i -0fr4 l Peslgnors of children's clothes for this summer featured neatness In them and found the results so good, and so satisfying to the buying public that they are emphasizing this effect in the new fall showings. In dresses for schoolgirls, simple designs with beautifully tfxaet pleats, or tucks, or rows of braid, placed In the most workmanlike manner, account for about nil that authoritative manufac turers have turned out in the way of decoration. There is a liking for even severely plain styles in dresses for schoolgirls iu which the youthful, corsotless figure Is vaguely fitted and followed, with plain bodices, pleated, skirts reaching below the knees and finished with narrow hems, and often the Introduction of collar or vestee of organdie or batiste, making up an en semble that pleases everyone. Any of the woolen suitings are suit able for making a dress like that shown In the picture. The model ap pears to be of covert cloth but It has no advantage over a good quality of serge or whipcord or other firm wool ens. The skirt has a three-inch hem and is laid in a triple box pleat at the front and back, it is set on to a plain waist cut surplice style and V-shaped neck opening and revers. The neck opening, small sailor collar, and the cuffs are outlined with narrow silk braid. There Is a wide, plain belt of the dress material bound with braid and a narrow ribbon tie. Young girls are likely to have very decided opinions of their own in the matter of dress. Hut as neatness and restraint are a part of their education, as Important as any other part of It, mothers must Insist upon appropriate clothes for school wear, taking time to explain why these plain and nent dresses, which expert designers have turned out, are better than fancier ones. FROCKS FOR INDIAN SUMMER Summer styles do not carry over In to fall now-a-days, any more than those of winter Into spring. Fashion takes more and me note of the deml-sea-sons. In Jniiunry the provision made for tourists, who go South to meet the spring, leaves winter styles behind, and in August the new frock and top coats for autumn, make their appear ance. There has been an organized effort this year on the part of cos turners and milliners to make fall styles characteristic of the season, and the new apparel seems to interpret our glorious Indian summer. New silks, lightweight and supple. In lovely col ors, aro Interwoven with gold and sli ver threads and there are many metal brocades that are lightweight also, having voiles and crepes as a back ground for the brocaded figures. One of the new fall models is shown, here In company with a frock designed for summer wear. The fall model will delight the slender woman because it is one of those that advocates the broadened hip line. It Is made of black satin with white dots embroid ered on It In rows. The "V neck, cut high at the back, is another bit of good management on the part of the designer that is especially becoming to n thin woman. It is low in front, filled In with a becoming chemisette of lace and embroidered batiste. The three-quarter length kimono sleeves are very prettily finished with the same dainty addition of batiste and lace. They are short enough to reflect vaguely the French abbreviation of sleeves. The second dress of black and white foulard and black georgette, is a con servative late-summer model in which the two fabrics are cleverly combined. The two scant flounces of georgette set on below the hip at each side forecast the widened hip line, but they do not broaden the figure any, so that thts is n better choice for full figures than the newer model. The pleated panels at the back and front of georgette, and the brilliance of black arid white In the underdress of foulard, give this frock an unpretentious distinction that will appeal to matrons. They have more need for dresses of this character than for more pronounced things. No More Worries Over Excessive Coal Bills It is not generally known that even the email coal container can have his coal shipped direct from the mines, thus sav ing the profits that otherwise would go to wholexaler and retail dealer, besides sav ing hauling expense. Of course, big man ufacturers and other large consumers have always bought this way, but the man who buys only enough for his household is now in position to take advantage of the same Iiurcharsing privileges. The well-known IEKNICK COAL CO., 936 South Dearborn St., Chicago, is doing an enormous business in supplying small consumers as well as the big ones with all grades of hard and soft coal at mine prices. That these customers are highly ploaned is evidenced by the letters they write after receiving and trying their coal. The fol lowing are extracts from several such let ters: "Have found your coal entirely satis factory and your (lea lines courteous and fair. I hall continue to buy my coal from you." Kd. G. CJercka. Turlington. la. More than pleased with it. Please quote me prices on same coal for December." Arthur Churchman. Alexandria. Ind. "Well pleased with it. F.xpeot to buy more from you." Fritz Uros., Pompeii. Mieh. 'Conl arrived on time: has given entire satisfaction: nm exceedingly well pleased. Wish to thank you for your courteous treatment in our dealings," M. B. Ford, Franklin, Kv. Adv. Out-of-Door Post Office. St. Petersburg, Fin., boasts the only out-of-doors post ollice iu the United Stntes, It was erected as an experi ment by the treasury department for a model to be used for post oflice buildings in other semi-tropical cities, should this one prove satisfactory. The building was constructed of white and buff marble, at a cost of $00,000. Popular Science Monthly. Cuticura Soap for the Complexion. Nothing better than Cuticura Soap dally and Ointment now and then as needed to make the complexion clear, scalp clean and hands soft and white. Add to this the fascinating, fragrant j Cuticura Talcum and you have the Cuticura Toilet Trio. Adv. Spirit Willing, Flesh Weak. "How about that Insomnia cure I gave you 7" "I must apologize, old man. The fact Is. I've been too sleepy nights to try It." lloston Transcript. Lift off Corns! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezona costs only a few cents. With your fingers I Ton can lift off any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be tween the toes, and the hard skin cal luses from bottom of feet. A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs little at any drug store; apply a few drops upon the corn or callus. In stantly it stops hurting, then shortly you lift that bothersome corn or callus right off, root and all, without one bit of pain or soreness. Truly! No hum bug! Adv. Mercury and Price Too High. "Buy meat," the packing men ad vise. "By-by meat!" 1he consumer cries. Boston Transcript. New Ship. "Time for ocean voyages." "Yes, Dorothy Is on the qui vlve.' "When did that sail?" (QW$ c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRSCE! Walking for Pleasure. I The old-fashioned person who used j to walk mile after mile on pleasant Sunday afternoons through the coun tryside, has practically disappeared. This Is the inevitable conclusion drawn by anyone who still pursues this ancient pastime and who has spent Sunday after Sunday drilling by foot over maciuhun and dirt roads fre quented by nutomobilists and an oc casional farm hand traveling to a neighbor's. Walking for the sake of the walk has nearly passed out, along with the one-horse rig, the glass-Incased artifi cial flowers in the parlor and hair-covered furniture. It had its day before the bicycle and the automobile and with the advent of these quicker, eas ier means of transportation It dropped from the human scheme of things with a dull thud. Omaha News. Wall to Hold Back River. One of the world's largest retaining walls has been built at Itangoon, Bur ma, to keep a river in Its channel. llemember, girls, that it is easier to elope than it is to get back home again. It is just 50 years since the first woman was admitted to the practice of law in the United States. uhoe sm a SCRAP chew in PLUG form MOIST & FRESH HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of mr)i Holp to friwiicatn dandralC For Restoring Color and Beauty to Cray and Faded tiav fie, itno lumtflrarrim HINDERCORNS Reraotn Corn. CU I louaen, ete., atop all pan, ennurmi comfort to tbo tft, tuakpa walking v. It. b mat I or at lTua" ! gtta. llincos Chemical Worka, l'atcborue, Ji, T. f Cleveland City Hospital School for Nurses CLEVELAND, OHIO Offers unique opportunities for students. 8 hour system. Kegistered. Modern Nurses Home. 3 years course. Theoretical aod practical class work. For Information apply to the Superintendent of Nurses. W. N. U., DETROIT, NO. 36-1919. Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wit., says: I suffered from female troubles which caused piercing pains like a knife through my back and side. I finally lost all mj strength so I had to go to bed. The doctor advised an operation but I would not listen to it. I thought of what I had read about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and tried It. The first bottle brought great relief and six bottles hare entirely cured me. All women who have female trouble of any kind should try Lydia . Pinkhams Vegetable Compound." How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a female trouble which caused me much suffering, ana two doctors aeciaea mat I would have to go through an operation before l couia cet well. "My mother, who had been helped by Lydia E.Fink . ham's Vegetable Compound, advised me to try it be fore submitting to an operation, it relieved me irom my troubles so I can do my house work: without any difficulty. 1 advise any woman wno is amictea witn female troubles to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-j table Compound a trial and it will do as much sf 7-f t for them.' Mrs. Marie 13oyd, 1421 6th St., 7 N. E., Canton, Ohio. Jtj every oick woman onou TOSEEftHIE COTFOTB Before Submitting To An Operation! 1 . VV. .S?srTr- ffi A K X 'Xltv l l --TIL- ! rjn w rm mil 7 it, IYDIA CPINKMAM MEDICINE CO. LYNH.MASS. '