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_L After Every Meal
■ Chew your food
■ well, then use
I aid digestion.
| It also keeps
the teeth clean,
I The Great American
There are scores
of reasons why
"Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly should be
accounted a household mainstay. A
few of them are burns, sores, blisters,
cuts. It comes in bottles—at all drug
gists and general stores.
CHESEBROUGH MANUFACTURING CO.
Sate Street New York
Evtry"VastUnt" Productis rtommmdtdrvtrywhart
bnaust of its abseiutt purity arid tftctivtnut
WHAT FUN IT IS
TO BE HUNGRY!
YOU can’t be well and hearty un
less you are properly nourished —•
you can’t be strong unless your
.appetite is good.
For a keen appetite, good digestion,
.rich red blood, and the “punch” and
“pep” that goes with perfect health.
You need Gude’s Pepto-Mangan.
Take Gude’s for a short time and
note the big difference in the way you
look, eat and feel.
Your druggist has it —liquid or tab
lets, as you prefer.
Tonic and Blood Enricher
Instant Relief /j|Jk
1 MRS.WiNSLOW'S SYRUP
m The Infants’ and Children’s Regulator
I Pleasant tc give—pleasant to
3h take. Guaranteed purely veg
stable and absolutely harmless.
% It Quickly overcomes colic,
H f 5 diarrhoea, flatulency end
The open published
formula appears on HWj| ;
-no mare sluggishness 1
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Dr. KINGS PILLS I
Every married woman thinks thal
all her husband’s bachelor friends envj
Doing good is the one certain happj
action of a man or woman.
CroanV Clear and Healthy
ttfrHw For Fr«. fym Car* Book Hurt a* Co. Chicago. U&
“IS BEST OF ALL”
St. Paul Woman Says Stomach
Trouble Is Gone and She Has
Gained 10 Pounds.
“Tanlac lias meant health and hap
piness to me, and I think it has no
equal,” declared Afrs. Albert Raping,
highly-respected resident of 29 E. 10th
St., St. Paul, Minn.
“I was so terribly run down my
housework seemed like a mountain to
me, and lots of times I had to give up
and rest. I was nervous, weak, and
had splitting headaches and a vful diz
zy spells. My stomach was so bud v
out of order almost everything 1 ue
would sour and I suffered terribly from
gas, heartburn and a distressing smoth
ering feeling. I could not sleep nights,
my back ached terribly, I lost weight
till my clothes didn’t fit, and was in
a generally wretched condition.
“But now I get real joy out of car
ing for my house. Since taking Tan
lac I have gained ten pounds, never
have indigestion and all my aches and
pains are gone. I take pleasure in
Tanlac is for sale by all good drug
gists. Over 35 million bottles sold.—
Robe Rolls Like Shade.
Rolling like an overgrown window
shade a new automobile lap robe is re
turned when idle by a spring into a
case that serves as a foot rail.
“Hair Groom” Keeps, Hair
TRAD* HAW U 4 /V
( CbmbedJj £
Millions Use It—Fine for Hair!—Not
Sticky, Greasy or Smelly.
A few cents buys, a jar of “Hair-
Groom” at any drug store. Even stub
born, unruly or shampooed hair stays
combed all day in any style you like.
“Hair-Groom”, is a dignified combing
cream which gives that natural gloss
and wfcll-groomed effect to your hair —
that final touch to good dress both in
business and on social occasions.
Greaseless, stainless “Hair-Groom**
does not show on the hair because it
is absorbed by the scalp, therefore
your hair remains feo soft and pliable
and so natural tha*t no one can pos
sibly tell you used it.
Small United States Towns.
It has been estimated that there
are about 120,000 small towns in the
United States, half of them with popu
lations of 500 or less.
Check it Today!
In the Foreign Field.
There are 099 foreign mission boards
ind their auxiliaries, represented by
15,000 missionaries laboring in the
vorld-field, and they are associated
with an army of 110,000 native teach
ers and preachers.
P\\ / IN DIGESTION 1
mkryfel Sure Relief
£ss AND 75$ PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
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HUMAN LIFE IS THROWN
AWAY TO PROCURE IVORY.
—The globe of ivory that is
knocked about a table in a game
of billiards costs, if of good qual
ity, at least sls. This repre
sents its cost in money. There
is, however, a far more impor
tant and formidable element in
the price that has been paid for
it. The billiard ball of pure
ivory represents, as it lies white
* and glistening upon the cloth,
an expenditure of human blood
as well as of money.
Elephants’ tusks are brought
down to the African coast for
the most part by caravans, gen
erally in eharg#lof Arabs whig
have been trading in the inte
rior. Very often they have
picked up slaves as well as
ivory, hut ihi* phase of the mat
ter may be left out of the ac
it is estimated that every
1 large caravan bringing ivory to
the coast has cost more than 160
human lives thiough *fights and
murders in the course of the ex
pedition. Thirty more men are
likely to have succumbed to fe
vers and other diseases and the
I fatigues of the march.
The hunting of the elephants
and the capture of the ivory are
very likely to have caused, the
death of ten men altogether.
Such casualties are the rule in
elephant hunting rather than the
An average tusk does not fur
nish more than enough material
for two good billiard balls. Os '
course, the remainder of the '
ivory in each tusk is made use
of in other ways. A perfectly
cut billiard ball requires special
quality, or so-called “nerve,”
which is faund only in one port
of the tusk.
The chances are that a billiard
ball of the first quality has cost
at least one human life, and
there is not one such ball which
may not be truly said to be
stained with men’s blood.
TO USE IN OPERATING ROOM
How Men of Science Have Succeeded
in Producing Light Which
Casts No Shadow.
One of the most remarkable lamps
in the world never casts a shadow.
Solid pieces of wood can be placed
across it, but it continues to give an
absolutely clear and regular tight.
This lamp is being used in surgery,
in eases where a shadow would be
disastrous. Another feature is that
ft gives 3,000 candlepower without
throwing off any heat. Ari ordinary
100-watt bulb is used, and the whole
secret lies in a wonderful ser es of
mirrors which reflect the tight and
so possess its power.
In an ordinary lamp it would he im
possible to obtain as much Tight with
out a great dettl of heat, the absence
of which,is necessary in many opera
TTie mirrors reflect the light around
the obstruction, and unless tire globe
is completely covered it is impossible
to produce a shadow. It is no easy
task to fit the mirrors so that fill
reflect light «ito the same spot. A
minute inaccuracy would ruin the
whole use of the lamp.
How Mo.on Is £ 'ought Closer.
It appears that, with the aid of the
world’s largest telescope, not so long
ago installed at the Mount Wilson ob
servatory, the moon has been brought
nearer the earth than ever before.
The reflector of the great telescope
measures 100 inches in diameter, or
more than eight feet. The observa
tory in which tMs glass is mounted
is 100 feet in height and Its dome is
100 feet in diameter. The whole
stands at an altitude of 6,000 feet.
The photograph taken of the moon
measures four feet in diameter and
reveals details of the lunar surface
never before seen by the human eye.
How Territory Was Acquired.
Four cents’ an acre was the price
paid by the United States for the land
which now constitutes the states of
Arkansas, Missouri, lowa, Nebraska,
the Dakotas and Indian Territory, to
gether with most of Louisiana, Okla
homa, Kansas, Wyoming, Montana,
Minnesota and Colorado. It included
883,072 square miles. The purchase
‘«<as made from Napoleon (who by-the
, way had no right to sell it) and the
Federalists who opposed the deal did
so on the ground that the price was
too high. Parties of explorers soon
I entered the newly acquired territory.
The Missouri was ascended in keel
boats and pirogues; and as they passed
La Charette, Daniel Boone, a very old
man, stood watching their difficult
progress. They saw parrakeets where
I Kansas City was to follow; and at
Council Bluffs they first met the Indb
: ans, under an awning formed by the
mainsail. The Rieara Indians, to theii
surprise, refused any gifts of whisky,
an attitude in which the Mnndan vil
lages, where, in North Dakota, they
spent the winter, took no part. —Ex
How English Babies Travel.
The motor baby-carriage las ar
rived; it was invented in England
Now baby can travel at four -miles a a
hour, and there are foot rests or
which the nurse can stand, scootei
fashion, while she directs the courgi
j of the oram
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
But the old-fashioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without the
plaster and without the blister.
Musterole does it.« It is a dean,
white ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. It is scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders.
Gently massage Musterole in with the
finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re
lief-how speedily the pain disappears.
Try Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil- v --
blains, frosted feet, colds .of the chest
(it may prevent pneumonia). 35c and
65c, jars and tubes; hospital size, $3.00.
Better than a mustard plaster
THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world's
standardremedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles —
The National Remedy of Holland for
centimes. At all druggists in three
sizes. Guaranteed as represented.
Look for the name Cold Medal on every
box end accept no imitation
Lumbago or Gout?
Take RH EUMACTDF to remove the cause
and the poison from the system.
"■■ICSUCIDB OS TUB ISSIDI
PUTS BIIKCaUTISa OS TUB OCTSIDB”
At All Druggists
Jss. Bail 7 & Sob, Wholesale Distributors
is Fragrant and
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 aa4 s§c, Talcum 25c.
am w a • tB ATOID dropplß*
|VI irr*hA K strong drug* in
I 111 f | 11 eyes sore from Alkali
or other Irritation.
I \/|Qi The old simple remedy
thet brings comforting relief
CmK fa best. 25*. alt dtuvgtittt
For SORE EVES
it occasionally Happens that a good
debater proves liis case when he isn’t
sure of it himself.
The course ©f true love requires a
lot of money to keep it in repair.
A single application of Roman Eye Bal
sam on going to bed will prove its merit for
inflammations of the Eyes, external and In
There is just as much room for do
mestic jars in a flat as there is in a
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THE STORY I
People throughout this country are
giving more thought to hygiene and to
the purity of remedies on the market,
but no one doubts the purity of Doctor
Pierce’s vegetable medicines, for they
! have been so favorably known for over
j fifty years that everyone knows they are
| just what they are claimed to be. These
1 medicines are the result of long research
| by a well-known physician, R. V. Pierce,
j M. D., who compounded them from
I health-giving herbs and roots long used
! fn sickness by the Indians. Dr. Pierce’s
1 reputation as a leading and honored
1 citizen of Buffalo, is a sufficient guaran
tee for the purity of that splendid tonic
and blood purified, the Golden Medical
Discovery, and the equally fine nerve
tonic and system builder so? women’s
ailments. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescrip
tion. Send 10c. for trial pkg. tablets to
Dr. Pierce’s Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y.
LVUII UL U I! bottle of Q-Ban Hair
Color Restorer will bring back original color
quickly stops dandruff. At all good druggists,
76c, or direct from Uwmc-EUm, Ckmirti. Mrniliii Tm,
Find Yon Tired
DOES winter find you miserable with an aching back? Dfc
you get up lame and stiff • lag through the day tired,
weak and depressed? Do you know why you are so
There's good reason for your condition and likely it's weak
. kidneys. Winter's colds and chills throw a heavy burden on
the kidneys The kidneys fall behind and poisons accumulate.
It's little wonder, then, that you suffer backache, rheumatic
pains, headaches, dizziness and bladder irregularities.
Don't risk serious kidney disease. Use Doan's Kidney Pills
before it is too late. Doan's have helped thousands and
should help you. Ask pour neighbor /
“Use Doan’s, ”Say These Good Folks:
Joseph Eason, carpenter,
Smithfield, N. C., says: “My
kidneys got out of order, caused
by a cold settling in the small
of my back. Lumbago set in
and my back was so lame I
could hardly bend over to pick
up any of my tools. I was all
played out and too frequent
action of my kidneys made me
get up during the night to pass
the kidney secretions. I began
using Doan’s Kidney Pfils.
.One box put my kidneys in
good order and relieved all the
other symptoms of kidney
At AH Dealers, 60c a Box. Foster-Milbum Co., Mfg. Chest, Buffalo, N. Y.
For Forgetful Correspondents.
Australia is experimenting with a
system whereby radio messages are
sent to mail steamers that have left
port*, on which they are written and
mailed as letters at any port of gall.
Don’t let child stay
MOTHER, YOUR CHILD’S BOWELS
NEED “CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 0
3ven Cross, Feverish, Sick Children Love its Taste
and it Never Fails to Empty Little Bowels
If your child is listless, full of cold,
has colic, or if the stomach is sour,
breath bad, tongue coated, a teaspoon
ful of “California Fig Syrup” will
quickly start liver and bowel action.
In, a few hours you can see for your
self how thoroughly it works the con
stipation poison, sour bile and waste
right out and you have -a well, playful
Man Owes Much to the Birds.
Birds help keep down many insect
pests even when they are not suffi
ciently numerous to exterminate them
over a large area of infestation, and
j there are many instances where the
saving of a crop appears to be en
tirely the work of bird's.
Break it-w time!
Stuffy heads irritated
. tkroats-cough-tired chests—
welcome the cooling, sooth
ing relief so quickly brought
by this dependable 50-year-
Mrs. H. B. Buss, 121 Depot
St., Cheraw, S. C., says: “I
caught cold and it gave me a
severe backache and settled in
my kidneys. I had pains
through my kidneys all the
time. Dizzy spells often came
over me and many a time I
thought I would fall. I had ar
tired feeling and my kidneys
acted irregularly. I heard of
Doan’s Kidney Pills and took
two boxes. After I had fin
ished the second box I was
entirely cured of all the kidney i
Ethel —Was their honeymoon a stic
Clara —Goodness, yes! They spent
the last week of it In arranging for a
pillions of mothers keep “Californh
Fig Syrup” handy. They know a tea
spoonful today may save a sick child
tomorrow. It never cramps or over
acts. Ask your druggist for genuine
“California Fig Syrup,” which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle Mother,
you must say “California” or you maj
get an imitation fig syrup.
old family remedy. Don’t
let your cola drag you down. Ask
for Dr. King’s New Discovery at
your nearest druggist.
Proven safe for children as well