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Utu Rolinson Tells How She
r J Dl:f I Talincr LTOU E
Pbktam Vegetable Compound
in OH R
M bck was my
urnll 1(1 KimuBb
me and I would have
I cramps. Isunereom
this way arjouv u
years: men ujr
that I try Eydia
ble CompouM I naye
I had Deuer
am able to do my
work. I recommend
th Veiretable Com-
anven me great reliel. .
1MSON,608 N. Lincoln bu.ujuu,--
wkacheT paMul timet, Irregularity.
iels. This is shown again wfagmn by
Housewives make a. great mistake to
.llowinir themselves to "rr'J ,!l
?,. tit & well-nigh impossible for them
'to. 'tend to t3r necWy household
duties. . ' ,
Life is a burden when the body
la racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted.
To bring beck the sunshine take
Man Who Committed Suicide in
1738 Was Tried on Murder
Charge in New Orleans.
If you sometimes think our
laws are drastic, what do you
think about what they had to
stand for way back in 1738?
LEARNS. HE IS A BARON
meted out the record further states
that "an old gray cat was hung around
.... f tin pnlnrlt.
And finery for the women played Us
part, then as now, for one aocuuieui
n mirchase by a father of
"seemly clothes" for his eighteen-year-old
daughter. The parallel of the
clothing problem then with that of the
present duy continues In this case, for
It seems the purchuse consisted of
"feathers and thread stockings."
mt into the records be
cause the father went Into debt for
them, and debt then was a crime
one could not pay. So reduced in clr-
nnnismnces wus the pareui u-ui
reported to his creditor: "I am on
broth. I have but one cmc i
The outcome of theaffalr could not be
The national remedy ofHollandtoover
200 years: it is an enemy of aU pams re
iTttaT&w kidney, Uv and Wl
Sea. Mdgi. three
New Orleans. Even though the
American is so surrounded
by laws that he has to watch his step
at every turn, he Is not so bad ilft af
in -ma n nerson In New
Orleans could not even commit suicide
ana go unpuiusneu. JUt -
Someone having asserted that the ascertained from the documents.
Sixty-seventh congress, receuuj
nmori pniirtpd 031 new laws, and
with many state legislative bodies
clearing their decks for action In order
n o,lH n few hrondsldes to the list
.., 00 innnirincr nersons here
VI. OLU.ui-vu, 'l a
have been examining musty old Spnn
i.h French nfflpinl records in New
Orleans to ascertain how the people
of other days fared.
c.nhiiM Daad Man.
mitrod suicide here in
A UIUU tUHIU""
1738 and the records show tnat me
him fnr taking a me. ne
wus found eullty. and it is set lortn
' - . , . . . U ..1 .1
"thS limn mnte noav wai uem
burden" was sen
a t. ohndnnment without burial.
o. hit inrolvml a nenauj "i
tCLLJ ..-" - -
.inr thre vears' Imprisonment.
M.flanofinn iind a flno of 50 francs.
Persons convicted of having. shot or
wounded an animal owned by another
Bonrpnced to capital punisniueuu
i. in fho.a rtavn una times, b wui-
AO lu v " 1
derer was executed by hanging, but
nH.n for wife muraer was o
There was no Volstead law, but lor
permitting his slaves to become ln
qh n man was forced to
mount a wooden horse and was drawn
through the streets, while ms neiBu
Tho ooden horse seems m uu'"
For Eczema, Rheumatism,
Gout or Hives
SS2?hv grawa wound sprinss conUln-
ISto Se lamoui healing w.terfciru.kM
for you to enjoy WjujBjUtt la
your own Dome. w " .
Sulphur. Nature1, belt "XlriSi In
prepared to make IU u mot efficadou in
Hancock Sulphur Compound
U,e It In the
affected pait. and take It Internally.
Mr nnJ $120 the bottle.
If vour drueidst can't supply It. tend hit
and we wul send you a bottle direct.
HANCOCK LIQUID IULPHTJ.
Bite of Stuffed Fox
Head Fatal to Girl
uri :A few weeks ago June.
Ernestine Lablelle. twenty years
old wore her white fox fur to
a dance at St. Uralne, near here..
A friend Jokingly snappeu un
k..j ct th animal on the girl's
nose, and-as a result the girl is
now dead of Diooa poimmiu,
caused by the animal's teeth.
' ' T TAVE your Interior walls tintea
. H th sxtoi color. Exercise
your own good taste in Just
the color tones to bring out te best , ,
features of every room. There
only one sure way.'
'Tht "Cb i
Crete ti printed
in Red on every
To be a humble window dresser one
j... n,,.i an Ttniinn nobleman the next
..n .,ni,ai prnpripnee. It happened
IB ttA ml Hi i" . t f .
to Haul Slllro Sobrero, resiaeui i
I.os Angeles, who has Just received
papers from Rome attesting the fact
that he Is a baron. The title was con
ferred upon Sobrero's father for serv
.fi th duke of Genoa In
a battle. The title passed from father
to son, but Sobrero didn't Know un
til it was thrust' upon him.
" " n !!
' rjj t 7 '
. . . v. w- Alnll DAIDn
has become of
story?" , . . ,
"Nov adays they tell It In slai.g.'
Baby Ceased to
Fret After tie
i. Pair Attracts Aliens.
Lelpslc Official statistics on the
attendance at the annual Lelpslc
spring fair show there was a total of
100,000 visitors, surpassing the record
flcure last year. Approximately 23.500
of the visitors were foreigners.
c;An;ete usk Canada ana
United States to uommne in
String of National Parks.
t. k An aft t aplpnre. and
lovBrt n nromlnent part In the punish- Hl,rlnir future eener-
meut of petty criminals Patlen ts at T American Association for
th Htv hospital learned that meat ations, u Splence. the larg-
k.j Kn nnnmimln? with a rel- I"8 u,BUl. . ... , -,PM hna
h was dog and cat flesh. One Robert B nn. lnternatloual
VUleneuve. a butcher whe j juppl ed edofe8ffiu8eums 0f the orlgtoal
the institution, was haled before the W"1 wiiderness.
court on a complaint filed by the pa- ''"to preserre example! Of
.t i ohnriroii rnai iney uuu i a - .ha irnit
IICHIS. n..w s ,
'wrnin mv baby began to cut his
rth h was so fretful ana ievensn
t vuidnt do a thing with hltn. It
took aU my time to nurse him and
r wouldn't look after my nousewors:,
nrritAa Mrs. Annie Reeves, Route 81,
Roswell, Ga "but as soon as I began
Htrincr Mm Teethlna he stopped fret
ting and has given me mu mum?
Ince." ' .( 4 I A
Tthlna la far snperior to sooth
inc svnins and similar preparations
for quieting. a fretful child... It con
tains: no oDlates and is therefore per-
tactu harmless. Weak., sickly cult
dren thrive on It and doctors recom-
i",t .n international policy of Teethlna can be had at any drag
taicu, -- . . ,...,, I mm,A Ofln tn tha MnlTpft UID-
nnmnipta conservation irom muusinai owm -
complete cou" r.inmhn fia.. urnl receive
its oDject is iu c '.i-,-
thi primitive in nature from, the, Atel
oln to the Gulf of Mexico making a
i umil "runstpd dOSS
The records show that VUleneuve ocn w -,aboratory and
was mounted upon the wooden horse 77dutl(mai exhibit covering
d given the TT Z, bouf Canada and the United States. ;
hv the man who hed permitted his both s Exi,ta.
inves to become drunk. In the case ln""'',, ,,,fprnatlonal sys-
- . i. a. i I nu iiiiMia ivi -
nf VUleneuve, however, nis c.ii i ":--. vlata the .cleritlsts be-
back bore placards inscribed: "Master park9 8ystems of
Eater of Dogs and Cats. the two- nations. No political or ad-
Tie Cat Around Neck. tn.e.t na" Ln of these is advo-
After this punishment haa oeen . muns"'
All Religions Hateful to Soviets
uray, turn, etraggiy
balr mke peupie
look ry old.
bottle of Q-Baa Hair
5S, dlc (rota aWe-Bh. Ca-hb. IM-oto.
W. n. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 21-192X
B..iiu Kint Her Fault.
One day Norma had done something
that she had been forbidden. .
u.tkn. hammi) ' nnirrv and said,
"Why do you do that when. I tell jpn ;
go often that It isn t mce,
unt. .v,nfhr t Tnilv. I was uncon
wlous when I did it," exclaimed the
Time files, but money, can beat It
for any distance. '
Quick "minds don't always think out
the big problems. -
I EH a ( V ,- j.- aW' . . v m .w u
" 1 u I'M- .H a
1 1 1
. .. . r....uiil! ri.to M.r Rutchkavich is the out-
Tlie execution or uie xiouian v umum; i"'---- ,. .
2 fTrrihu nr wacmi In Russia against all religions. Children. It .
sridrareing taught in school to hate religion. -SJSSZ
rfiiirimm teachlncs to all chimren unuer eigiue".. tt
of Buddha being carried In a Moscow anti-war procession.
uses, backed by perfected laws In both
countries. , ; - ! j ,
The association issued the touowing
from IU headquarters in tne emim
gonlan Institution here:
"Whereas, By repeated action of con
fnr mnr than half a century,
wlde'.y approved by scientific and other
societies and by the public generally,
the national parks of the United States
have been completely conserved from
Inriimtrlnl llHPa Rn HS tO COnSlllUlB
system of national museums of native
Anerica ; and -
"Whereas, One of the national par
of Canada is similarly completely con
"Whprpns. The combined natlona
parks systems of both countries, cot-
oHnir froniofflpfll. blolocical ana geo-
irrn nhlenl examples from the Alaskan
range, through the Canadian Rockies,
to the Grand canyon of Arizona, it pre-
aorvwi untouched.'--wiUL constitute a
nimio rnntinental exposition of in
estimable value to science ana io u
popular education of future genera
ttnne fhorpfArfl ' i I
Re it resolved. That the American
inr.nHr.n fnr thn Advancement of -
nojyviwLi". - -
Science earnestly requests the people
nr. no rnnpress of the United States
nnd the people and the parliament of
the Dominion of Canaua to secure
aiiph amendments of existing la and
IU annr-tmpnt ; Of SUCh UeW. laws as
..Tin civs tn nil units in the interna
tlonal parks system complete conser
rntion alike, and will safeguard them
nimlnst every . industrial use enner
iinripr nrlvate or public control at
least until careful .study, shall Justify
the elimination of any part irom par
nlaaalflpntion." : . ' ) . ' -
The American Association lor tne
Advancement of Science Is lnterna
Hnnni ita nearly 1-000 members rep
resenting both Canada and the. United
German Thieves Steal Knobs:
, Twi in Door-knob thieves are caus
ing Roriin householders much annoy
ance. Hotels, apartment nouses, onice
buildings and private qweumgs ar
.11 nrpv tn the searchers for second-'
nnnl hrftss. ; In one of Berlin's lead
ing hotels all the brass nowsles on the
in tho corridors disappeared
f 11 UUUVl w . ' -. I
one night, together with tnany other
hrnea flvtlirpa. '
AnirnriM. Columbus. Ga.. and receive
a large package and a free copy of
Moffett's Illustrated Baby Book. (Ad
After All, What Is the Small Matter
of an Apostrophe "Betweejn
Ohm vMn RffO I watched a sign-
painting genlns while he put the final
artistrles on a masterpiece: 'Ladles
and Gent's Restaurant.-"
"Pardon my inqulsltlveness, iu ,
'but whr do you put the apostrophe
before the sr ; . .... v.
,"The which before tne wnuu no
questioned courteously. " tt
"The little cuny-imieu umm
that e and that t. ome can
apostrophe." ' .
iitAaaomiiA la irr neii. juu..
ler, I seen and I nraxe mai uiu8u -
hundred times, and I never anew
It. had a name. Posserphel That s a
-bod one; III have to spring u " .
wng. Some painters always paint It
after the s. but I always put it before
the s, because I tbink mat u
more artistic there. .Otherwise, It
dont make no difference where ytm
put It." De Lavl Monthly. ,
Her Easter Eye Open.
"Tour wife Is a dose observer, lsn t
shet" , " '
"If you spell It c-l-o-t-h-e.
Music and Food. '
They didn't pay much attention to
my speech at the banquet given In my
honor." ' ' .
i "No," replied Senator Sorghum.
"But they liked the food and the
music was fine."
"Did they play 'Hall to the Chief f"
, "Maybe. But it sounded to me more
like 'Hall to the Chef.'" ,
Lzdi Given Out?
IT'S hard to do one's work when every
n. nrinir mnrnina lameness, throb-
Vn Vi.nlrnrlin. and a dull, tired feeling.
If you Bttif er thus, wny not una oui wv
cause? Likely it's your kidneys. Head
ties my give further proof that your
kidneys need help. ln ra negiccn
ttm nnnn't Kidnev Pill. Thousands
have been helped by Doan't. They
hould help you As your neighbor t
v: A KarlJi Carolina Case
Q. ' -W. Harrell.
b"ro, N. C. ay:
"Mv back . w"
weak, ' atill .
lxm and f - '
i- r kidneys
it oak and I tj 1 to
t t o k1nejr -
rdoia jattoa a-a
they oontained ui
ment. I v- 1 ev-e-Bl
boxe ff Doan
1 f.ne.T t:u BS
nmtr ni ' t
fv toe , mtt .suwre
Man Rescues Costly
Diamond From Sewer
Pottsvllle, Pa. Harry Cotter,
hunted for a needle" in a hay
stack and found It. The "needle"
was worth 81,500, However.
; Cotler ' dropped a diamond
ring into a sewer drain ; With
the city's consent, he dug Into
the drain and found the ring.
FbdIIrr . :a CD Years
CIJ izt Vhale Carcass
Tinrpn In the carcass of a whale
! caught in the Davis strait, oreeniana,
mi rerontiv brought Into a Norwegian
port, the head of an old harpoon has
been found, deeply lmbeddea in ine
hhihber. Exrerts declare that the
whale must l.ave carried t'..e barroon
it '7 f r f f - -c
hicbi a v nv RARIFA SHOWS "
FRANCE'S BIRTH bHUKiAUts
Window Exhibit in Paris Tells
Story of Decreasing Race.
Paris a row of three babies, of
riiminiahinsr hIihb. clothed In white and
resting on a black background, has been
attracting attention in tne winaows i
the National Alliance- for tne increa
of French Population. "
Tr ta A show Window WSJ OX. lemuK
the story of a decreasing race, ine
largest baby has written traaerneaui,
vr irr 1.034.000": the second
vv. ; av... ioia 74R.H00" and the
uaujr, - , ' - t
ic K.Ktr "Vr 1828? 500.000."
ICaOV aaMj " -
The trouble between France and
Germany Is one of babies, according to
the spokesman of this organizsjira
Bnd C-M-srnr.y is bound to win ttse r "1
y.--. - i fif rnre hrM"i.
t ? i t : '
rrnnce'a nresent Dooulution is placed
onn rwvt urhproof VKO0.000 are for-
U. .. . 1 - . j
eigners. Her native population for the
first six months or i-r increases oj
8.045. compared to 1539 In 1913, a
normal prewar year.
With the number ot marriages in-
MWMlnir Y103.452 for the firsts six
months of 1922, as compared to 160,-
722 In the corresponding period ox
1913); the , birth rate is slightly lower.
as Is the death rate. -;i ''
The national; alliance, however,
points out that there Is a 8 per cent
decrease In the German birth rate due
to postwar poverty and to a. number
of other causes. , -t
a pniiesvoriiifr bv If: -. a-
. U.. t V ...
tlon to Increase the birth rate. Ta
t' ers of fcrr or more c " '"-n
-.rn ("Kf f ' c r r "-
, , , -k ! : , - . I, i it
- i f ' V
This k the time; when you
must positively use care
in selecting roods wnen
vou must use care in
selecting articles or roou,
to be sure that you get
the real food values tnat
help build up good health.
You must have the vital
elements in foods if you want
To keep wdL These vital elements
ause the food you eat to asfcn-
late it means health and growth
in children also in grown-ups. It ,
, means replacement of worn .out
'tissue. theP building of lost bodily
vigor. In fact, it is absolutely neces
sary to life itself. .
Many food authorities- agree
that pure baking powder and
good plam flour - are much better for
food value and health than many
self-rising flours., .
For the best of health-for
the" most economical respite
' Mise 6ruy plain flour and good
' baking powder. .
: l. ... tVi rima to add
uiuw.;uiu. r , ,
end you ci-o u.ow ui.
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o bz frcch-con bs m crua xn
r3 ths c-d d ;:":cr;-a