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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1915)
ANNOUNCEMENT to our patrons
throughout tin 1'acltle Northwssti
has Un pl.cod under tin itiMMnrnunt of
N. K. Clarke, who wu for many years
connected with tlx 1'oitlend. Cornelius
and H.word Hotel., and whu will always
eilend to ill cordial welcome.
Commencing November lit w thill In
augurate the American plan in connection
with Iht European plan.
We solicit your patronage,
American Plan, $3 to $5 per day.
European Flan, f 1 per day up.
N. K. CLARKE, Mgr.
We pay cash
Remit tl one and
deduct no commls.
Ion. Ship ui your
, veai, noii, poultry,
I'll X HAKIM,
107 front St., Portland, Onion
"USE THE RIVER"
Dalles -Columbia Line
But of Washington, for The Dalles dally ex.
Sunday 11 p. m. Leave Dalles dally as. Monday
12 M, Steamers J. N, Teal, Inland Kmplra and
Twin Cities for Upper Columbia and Snake river
polnta. Taylor St. Dock. Tal. Main 13.
WilUneiti ui Calanbu Hit Towim (., tiHul
; Didn't Faze Him. ,
Hompton That cigar you're smok
ing la strong enough to kill a mule.
KhodBS O'wan! I've been smoking
these for years. Philadelphia Bulle
LOSSES SURELY PREVENT!!
by Catlir'a lli.kl.i Pint. 1-ow.
prlMd, fresh, reliable: preferred by
WMtern ilockmta becmi. tsiy art-
ay w-tj tHt r.tre ether vihIiii fall.
I Wrl" booklet mil timlinonl.il.
. r. m l dM skit. Blatklti Pill $1.00
MlLalX SO-deit pkot. Blatklti Pllll 4.00
L't ml Injector, but Cutter's belt,
Tns superiority of Cutttr product! It dut to over K
yttrt of tptcl.ltBlng In vltelnet and itrumt tnly.
, Inlllt n Cutttr'i. If tinnhi.tnthl. orittr direct.
T'll CUTTER LABORATORY, Btrktlty, C.lll.r.le,
It Waa a Family Squabble.
"You must not do your squabbling
here," said the head waiter. "It you
wlBh to settle your differences you
must go outside."
"Why so?" asked the man. "Don't
you advertise this place as a family
hotel?" Detroit Free Press.
Time Enough to Begin.
"You may laugh, but I can truthfully
say that my wife and I have not had a
single disagreement since we were
"That's a good deal for any married
couple to say. When were you mar
"Yesterday." Baltimore) American.
Shake Into Tour snoea
ADen'a Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet It carat
painful, ewollen, amartinf sweating feet. Makes
new ahoee easy. Sold by all Drugirista and Shoe
Stores. Don't accept any aubetitute. Sample
rREa. Address A. 5. Olmsted. La Roy, n, X.
Grubbs I have just thought of
something we ought to remember and
be grateful for on next Thanksgiving
Stubbs What Is ltT
uruDDs mat were win be a
mighty few returning European travel
ers to whose experiences we shall
have to listen. Indianapolis News.
An Eye for the Future.
Ooldsmith-Would you like any
name or motto engraved on It, sir?
Customer (who has chosen an en
gagement ring) Ye-yes-um, Augustus
to Irene. And ah look here, don't
ah look here, don t ah cut Irene
very deep. London Puncb.
A Bit of a Hint
Staylate (as the clock strikes 12)
Tls now the witching hour of night
when graveyards yawn
The Girl (suppressing one) Can
you blame them? Boston Transcript.
I WANT to prove it to your satisfaction. If
you have Rheumatism, acute or chronic no mat
ter what your condition write today for my
FHEE BOOK on "RHEUMATISM - Itt Cause
and Cure." Thousands call it "The most wonder
ful book ever written." Don't Bend a itamp it's
JESSE A. CASE. Dept. 896. Brockton,
"Are you fond of Futurist music?"
"Can't say I am. Still, there's one
thing to be said in Its favor. It does
n't make any difference whether the
piano Is in tune or not."
THAT'S THE IDEA
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CANNON awakening the echoes
over Ilium's plains, where the
allies have been trying to
pound their way beyond the
Dardanelles, stir many legen
dary memories of this historic battle
region and bring to mind the oddest
contrasts. . Here, where now mod
ern ordnance is hurling Its messen
gers of destruction, Homer's heroes
waged their spectacular, single-handed
combats, while ' admiring armies
grouped themselves around to watch.
It is a far cry from the romantic siege
of Troy to the terribly Impersonal bat
tle of today. Yet the old walls of
Troy must bring some sort of Inspira
tion to the soldiers righting in their
shadows, soldiers of the allies or of
the Turks. Excavated Ilium, near
one of the present war's great bat
tlefields, Is desc bed in a communi
cation to the National Geographic so
ciety by Jacob E. Conner.
The Trojan walla are still In evi
dence; those same walls that defied
the onslaught of Agamemnon and
Menelaus, of Ajax, Nestor, Diomed,
Ulysses and Achilles, to fall at last
by stratagem. They remain as a
ruined and abandoned stage minus
its paraphernalia, whereon was played
so many centuries ago an insignificant
little drama compared with modern
events, but It was a drama so big with
human interest divinely told that the
world has never known Its equal.
Wars in these crowded times are
for gain, but In the youth of the world,
if wd take the Iliad literally, men
could afford to fight for an Ideal.
Hence the Homeric warfare was a
beautiful, a poetic pastime, seriously
resulting to some happy few, who
were thenceforth rewarded with Im
mortality in song.
Troy Well Worth a Visit
As the theater of the world's great
est epio poem, Troy deserves a visit
any year, every year. In the thoughts
and emotions It revives and stimulates
In the aroused sense of Indebtedness
of all subsequent literature and art it.
richly repays a visit. The classical
student will leave it In a daze of
meditation upon things more real to
him than the actual things he has
seen and touched.
On the site where the German sa
vant, Schliemann, unearthed Homer's
Troy, nine layers of old-time cities
were found, one above the other.
They were bullded, destroyed, and
forgotten here during the more
than 5,000 years that civilization has
lived upon the products of the fertile
vr.lley. The topmost layer contained
the remains of the Roman city of
Ilium; two Hellenic villages were
found directly beneath it, which flour
ished here between 1000 B. C. and the
Christian era. The sixth city from
the bottom was identified as Homer's
Troy. The bottom layers contained
the remains of prehistoric settlements,
unimportant villages that have es
caped every memory except these few,
uncovered, decaying stones. In the
second, or burnt city, probably 800
years before the time of Troy, was
found a considerable mass of buried
treasure, silver Jars, gold daggers, and
wonderfully wrought diadems of gold.
Describing the country around Troy,
Mr. Conner continues:
Yondr- Is the summit of Mt. Ida,
rwhere the gods in solemn conclave so
often sat, wnere "cioua-compeuea
Zeus" sometimes "thought two ways
in his mind at once," or else ended all
debate with a nod that shook Mgh
Olympus and caused the heavens to
reverberate and glow with the Bash
of his thunderbolt.
Away over yonder, skirting the ridge
STIRRED ALL TO SYMPATHY
Sift of the "Widow's Mite" Must Also
Have Been Looked Upon With
Approval From on High.
A small, worn purse that contained
coins amounting to $1.40 It did not
look impressive when it was given to
the cause of the poor. But the story
behind It la one to be remembered
Nine years ago an old omnibus driver
was driving his passengers to the rail
way station In an eastern city. When
the station was reached the horses
stopped of themselves. The driver
was stttlng in a heap, dead, but be still
held the reins.
The men for whom he worked would
not lake the coins be: had collected
from the passengers. They left them
In the worn purse. Although bis wife
was very poor, she would not use the
money, either. Reverently she put the
purse away, resolved not to use It for
Although hard times came to her
and ber children after bis death, her
resolve was not broken; but last year,
when there was so much distress
of Ilium, Is Slmols' stream, or should
be; but the bridge across it shows
upon our approach that modern Slmols
is no more than a creek. Worse than
that; following Its attenuated course,
less than a mile downstream, we dis
cover that it ends in a morass instead
of the Scamander as of yore. And
the latter Btream is scarcely less dis
appointing, for It is no more dignified
in size or appearance In fact, their
sluggish currents united can scarcely
boast of banks except at occasional
intervals, for both streams are now
only broad swales merging with the
adjacent plain, with no continuous cur
rent toward the sea except in seasons
of high water, if such are ever known.
And such beautiful plains! - They
were well worth fighting for, gently
undulating as they retreat from the
former river courses, and most home
like, cultivable places for peaceful
abode. Little rounded oak trees are
studded about the plain in solitary, in
dependent fashion oak trees resem
bling apple trees In size and peri
Behold the ruins at last! A long,
low ridge, some four or Ave miles in
length, ends abruptly like a promon
tory projecting into the sea, above
which it rises about 30 feet The
ridge is the so-called "Hill of Ilium,"
the sea is the flood plain of the Slmois
and the Scamander, historically known
aL the plain of Troy, and the promon
tory, with Its crown of ruins, Is Troy
Itself. You walk around the ruins
and make the surprising discovery
that if the walking were good you
could easily do it in ten ruinates.
Astonishing! Is this all there was of
Troy, and did this little stronghold
withstand a nine years' siege and still
remain unconquered by force? Im
possible! The whole hill of Ilium may
have been fortified and to some ex
tent populated; otherwise how was
the garrison provisioned? Un poetic
details like these never troubled Ho
mer, so why bother about them?
Within sight, almost, of Tenedos,
the island base of the attacking allied
armies, and within sound and reach
of the big guns, the old ruins are
watching over the present fighting, a
greeting from the days of the first
great western siege to the greatest
siege of modern times
Sounds of Desolation.
You proceed a little farther in Ar
ras to a large circular place, once Im
posing. Every house in It presents
the same blighted aspect. There Is no
urban stir! but in the brlaf intervals
of the deafening cannonade can be
heard one sound blinds and curtains
fluttering against empty window
frames, and perhaps the idle, faint
banging of a loose shutter. Not even
a cat walks. We are alone we and
the small group of staff officers whe
are acting as our hosts. We feel like
thieves like desecrators, Impiously
Continually came the hollow sound
of things falling and slipping within
the smashed interiors behind the fa
cades. And then came the sound of a
baby crying for this city is not, aftei
all, uninhabited. We saw a woman
coming out of her house and carefully
locking the door behind her. Was she
locking it against shells or against
burglars? Arnold Bennett in Satun
day Evening Post.
"Professor Thlnkum speaks seven
"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "But
nobody takes much Interest In what
he says In any of them."
among the unemployed, the widow,
eighty-three years old, sent the purse
to the emergency aid committee, ask
Ing if they would accept "these coins,
that have been kept In remembrance
of the evening when bis body was
brought home." Out of her poverty
she gave this gift to others poorer
What better remembrance could
there be than this legacy of help? A
great newspaper told the story, and
many men and women were stirred to
give, too. Such a story sets all read
ers thinking, for It touches life and
death, and helpfulness and sacrifice,
and the heights and depths of things.
It is the widow's mite In a twentieth
century setting. Youth's Companion.
A Large Order.
"He shared his umbrella with her
on a rainy day and now they are mar
ried." "That's the way it goes," replied tb
cynic. "1 have no doubt he started
out merely with the Idea or keeping
her dry for a few minutes and now
he'll probably have to keep a root
over ber head for the rest tt his Ufa.'
t'l insist! HOW I Bsakl
2.100 stbtri la no sotltteas
Always a position far
yon whta eaaiaatsat.
A Gleam of Hop.
"I hear that llilter'i daughter eloped
with his chauffeur."
"Yes, and Bllter wired hit forgive
ness." "What did he do that for?"
"He said he thought now there
might be a chance for him to use his
car." Philadelphia Publio Ledger.
"I splk so leetle Inglls," said the
charming French actress, "zat I hard
ly know what to recite for ze Ameri
"I usually recite the multiplication
table in Russian," responded the other
International Btar, "That always
sounds Impressive. Judge.
Hoe tt en hand
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Chilblains, Lame Back,
Old Sores. Open Wounds, .
and all External Injuries.
Mado Since 1846.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
an aa OR WRITE
Same Old Stuff.
Before they married, he was bound
To her he'd be devoted;
He thought that she was sweet, but
That ahe was sugar coated.
He Do you know Poe's Raven?
She Why, no. What's the matter
With him? Club Fellow.
Resinol Stops Itching
To those who have endured for
years the Itching torment of eczema
or other such skin-eruptions, the re
lief that the first use of Resinol Oint
ment and Resinol Soap gives is per
fectly incredible. After all the suf
fering they have" endured and all
the useless treatments they spent
good money for, they cannot believe
anything so simple, mild and inex
pensive can stop the Itching and burn
ing INSTANTLY! And they find It
still more wonderful that the im
provement Is permanent and that Res
inol really drives away the eruption
completely In a very short time. Per
haps there is a pleasant surprise like
this In store for you. Resinol Oint
ment and Resinol Soap are sold by all
Counts Up the Same.
Asker, the owner of a new car, had
been dilating on the expense of its
maintenance, and Stranger, not to be
outdone, began to boast.
Stranger It cost me S100 last year
Asker You own a car, then?
Stranger Oh, no. I lent the money
to a fellow that does. Philadelphia
A Woman's Curiosity.
Gladys Why did you refuse him
if you loved him?
Gwen Well, you see, he said he
couldn't live without me, and it arous
ed my curiosity. Sydney Bulletin.
Enhanced By Perfect Physi
The experience of Motherhood is a try
ing one to most women and marks dis
tinctly an epoch In their lives. Not one
woman in a hundred is prepared or un
derstands how to properly care for her
self. Of course nearly every woman
nowadays has medical treatment at such
times, but many approach the experi
ence with an organism unfitted for the
trial of strength, and when it is over
ber system has received a shock from
which it Is bard to recover. Following
right upon this comes the nervous strain
of caring for the child, and a distinct
change in the mother results.
There is nothing more charming than
a happy and healthy mother of children,
and indeed child-birth under the right
conditions need be no hazard to health or
beauty. The unexplainable thing is
that, with all the evidence of shattered
nerves and broken health resulting front
an unprepared condition, and with am
ple time in which to prepare, women
will persist in going blindly to the trial.
Every woman at this time should rely
upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, a most valuable tonic and
tnvigorator of the female organism.
In many homes
once childless there
are now children be
cause of the fact
that Lydia E. Pink
healthy and strorlg.
If yoa want special advice write to
Lydia E. Plnkhara Medicine Co. (eonfN
deatlal) Lynn, Mass. lour letter will
Be opened, r4 snd answered by a
sua sad held La strict MofldsBcee
"Electric Umpire" for Training
Device Saves Catchers Much Work
and Teaches the Budding Alexander
How to Control tha Ball
What a leading western pitcher de
tcrlbei as a great device for players
who are working on new curves, Is
known as an automatlo umpire. It Is
of especial value for young pitchers
who are trying to break Into profes
sional company, as they always woar
out all the catchers on the club. It
toaches control, and never makes mis
takes on halrllno decisions.
The "umpire' Is In reality an elec
trically registering target, which rings
a bell whon the ball strikes the space
over the plate and within the limits
botween the knee and Bhoulder of the
man at the bat. Though this field Is
not visible on the target, It Is accu
rately defined, being a panel 3 feet
4 Inches long by 17 Inches wide, which
is pivoted and wired to register
strikes. The wholo eight-foot square
of planks Is painted over with the fig
ures In life size of a catcher and two
batters. The idea of painting lrj twp
tatters Is 16 afford practice with ei
ther a right-hand or a left-hand man
at the bat, and a canvas screen is
drawn over the figure not In use, In
order to avoid any possible chance for;
The pitcher who uses this device
stands at the regulation distance of
65 feet and throws a regulation league
ball. As the pitcher can tell where
To Train the Pitcher.
each bail goes, he Is able to correct
any errors in his play, and to master
any particular curve he is practicing
without tying up one of the club's
catchers. Illustrated World.
Shotguns In War.
That shotguns should be largely
utilized in modern warfare Is the con
tention of a number of military ex
perts. It Is pointed out that such guns
would be particularly useful to sen
tries at nighttime, as an intruder
might more easily be crippled and
captured by a spreading charge of
heavy shot than by a single bullet.
Moreover, a person moving quickly
might often be missed by a shot from
a rifle, whereaB a snapshot from a
shotgun In semldarkness could hardly
fail to find its object.
In the trencheB shotguns could be
used with success. A shotgun loaded
with about 48 grains of powder and
one and one-half ounces of big shot,
with about 25 pellets, would be of
much more value than the rifle, as dur
ing a night attack, either for attack
or defense In semldarkness, a single
charge would hardly fall to Inflict seri
ous wounds on one or more of the
France No Longer Frivolous.
If you have been In France when
France was sunshine, you would net
now recognize It; if you have coupled
the word frivolity with France, you
must now uncouple It. The sunshine
is only the literal sunshine from
heaven; and as for frivolity, I was,
after about ten days In France,
startled by the sound of a girl's laugh
ter; it does not seem right to laugh!
I got to feel that I was almost doing
a wrong to look, Just as on-, might
do an unklndness to stare at the scar
from a great burn on a human being's
face. And those women and children
there is nothing for them but nurs
ing and waiting, nothing but hiding
the tears and hiding the fears, and
working from gray dawn through the
gray twilight to long after midnight
at the tasks of men; nursing and
waiting. Christian Herald.
Rich French Protectorate.
The French Protectorate of Anam
has an area of about 80,000 square
miles and a population of 5,500,000.
It is the least developed part of
French Indo-Cblna (except the unex
plored protectorate of Laos), and its
direct external commerce does not
amount to more than 6 per cent of the
total of French Indo-Chtna. But Anam
has an Interest out of all proportion
to Its present economic Importance,
because of the variety of its products,
the diversity of Its resources, and Its
possibilities for future development.
It occupies a strip of coast about 700
miles long, with a maximum width of
150 miles between the China sea and
'he Anamltlc Cordillera.
"He's very fond of the outdoor life."
"I'll bet he's a bookkeeper."
"No. Strange as It may seem, ba
really works outdoors."
She How sadly that trea
and groans when the wind blowsl
Me No wonder. Just look how full
tt is of little green apples.
A POSITION FOR YOU TRAINED
Our frraduetei are always In demand. There Is a (rood position ready for you Just
as sin as you can prepare for it. HOLMES Tralnlns meant MONfcX i'OSiTION,
1'OWKK There are
t2Zl HBAHONH WHY YOl'
Eiifht ihuuitand two hundred twenly.seven sutlslied studental'
have pnased thmuiril HOLMKH diirlne: the past Iwenty-elirhtl,
years. Hundreds of them ars now ui-c"HMful busineiti m -n wlthl
Independent Incomes, Our araduat'S itnrt at ta'aries ranarlnul
from 140 to IIOO inontl).
8 lacs 1M7.
Holmes Business College
'Tht School that sets you a good potUlon."
An Angel of the Aeroplane.
Andrew Carnegie said the other day
at Bar Harbor:
"How war sours the sweetest of us!
I was talking this morning with a lit
tle girl whose father is a member of
the British legation, and she clasped
her little hands and looked up at the
blue sky devoutly, and sighed:
" 'I wish I was an angel!'
" 'And what would you do, my dear,'
I asked, 'It you were an angel?'
" 'I d fly right over those Germans,
she answered, 'and drop poison bombs
on them night and day.' "
Long speeches make no hit these days
Most of the people I could mention
Grow cheerful whon the speaker says,
"I thank you for your kind atten
This Baking Powder
Keeps Its Strength
The large can of K C lasts longer
than 25 cents worth of other bahing
powders but no matter how long it
takes the user to get to the bottom
the last spoonful is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction. K G raises
the nicest, lightest biscuits, cakes
and pastry you ever ate, and it is
guaranteed pure and wholesome.
For goodness sake, use K C.
Mrs. Snooper Men make me tired.
Mrs. Swayback What's the matter
Mrs. Snooper My husband saw
Mrs. Keedick yesterday and I asked
him what she had on, and he replied,
"Oh, clothes."-Stray Stories.
Crawford He doesn't seem to be
very enthused over his vacation.
Crabshaw No wonder. He has to
spend It In the place where he bought
a house and lot. Judge.
HOWARD t FTTRTON - awer ana CTiemlA
Leadville, Colorado. BlHsuiiien price.! tiold.
Manager What's the leading lady
in such a tantrum about?
Press Agent She only got nine bou
quets over the footlights tonight.
"Great Scott! Isn't that enough?"
"No; she paid for ten." Tit-Bits.
Slang In a Hat Store.
"What can we do for you, sir?"
"I want to buy a silk hat."
"Yessir. Jim, show this gentleman
some periscopes." Kansas City Jour
nal, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure
constipation. Constipation is the cause
of many diseases. Cure the cause ar.d
you cure the disease. Easy to take.
More Than a Smile.
Mr. Jones had recently become the
father of twins, The minister stop
ped him on the street to congratulate
"Well, Jones," he said, "I hear that
the Lord has smiled on you."
"Smiled on me?" repeated Jones.
"He laughed out loud." Chicago Her
ald. Hard on the Family.
Learned Naturalist A cockroach
has 3,000 teeth.
Brother of Seven What an awful
time the family will have when the
baby cockroaches are teething, sir."
JY The Model 1912 Winchester is the lightest, strongest
AS and handsomest reoeatincr shotcun on the market
f Uthough light in weight,
its metal parts throughout are made of nickel steel. It
is a two-part Take-down, without loose parts, is simple to
operate and the action works with an ease and smoothness
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Iim&uuwu in una uiumci uiukcs. occ one tti yuui urate a va
Stni to WUuhtittr Sipiatlnf Armt Co., Ntw Havin, Conn., for circular.
Tim LIGHT WEIGHT, NICKEl STEEl REPEATER.
Boss (to new boy) You're the slow
est youngster we've ever had. Aren't
you quick at anything?
Boy Yes, Blr; nobody can get tired
as quick as I can. Boston Transcript.
Inside and Outside
ant that the
or by inactivity of the liver.
Golden Medical Discovery
(In Tablet or Liquid Form)
Cleanse the system and more. It puts the liver Id such a condition of
health that it purifies the blood aa it should. It helps the stomach
digest food so that it makes good blood rich, red blood to nourish end
strengthen all the organs.
Yon may avail youraelf of it tonle, revivifying Influence by getting a
bottle or a box of tablet from your medicine dealer or send toe for a
trial box. Addreaa as below.
"Dr Pierce's Common Sena Med
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Dr. V.M. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
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Write for cataiucua. Start NOW.
Wulii n Tuik, Paftlud, Or.
Dyer How did Litely overcome
Gotrox's objection to him as a pros
Ryer He taught him a new dance
The Old and Reliable
r. Or. Isaac Thompson's
la both a remedy for weak, Inflamed
eyas and an ideal eye wash. Keep
tea trti Mil aa! tkn will help keep yoa.
9C. a til Dniflili KMl)
Mill tags rtcsial sf price.
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JOHN L T IDMItiON SONS CO.
sw 143 hiver St., Troy, N. Y.
Hamlet Had His Reasons.
The late John B. Herreshoft, the
famous bljnd yacht builder, once said
"It is hard to explain how I, being
blind, can design yachts hard be
cause the average man is so ignorant
of yacht construction,
"When I talk yacht construction to
the average man I'm in the position
of the critic to whom a chap said:
" 'I went to see Hamlet last night.'
"'H'm. Indeed!' said the critic,
wrinkling his high brow. 'And now
tell me, my good fellow, do you think
Hamlet was mad?'
" 'I know darn well he was,' said
the other. 'There weren't three dozen
people in the house."
Seventy tons of coal a day will car
ry an ordinary battleship along at the
cruising speed of 10 to 12 knots; but
to drive her at 20 or more, five times
that amount must be used.
Couldn't Hurt It.
"Alpine scenery Is very grand."
"Very durable, too. I imagine it will
pull through the war all right." Kan
sas City Journal,
Poor Blood Lffl
is fhe indirect cause of mucfi
winter sicfeness-Zi allows chill$,
Invites colds and sickness.
Nourishment alone makes blood
not dnieis or liquors and the nourlift.
ing food In Scott '$ Emaliion charges
summer blood with winter richness
and Increases the red corpuscles.
Its Corf Liwr Oil warms
tha body, fortifies tha lungs,
and alleriataa rhaumatlo
YOUR DRUCCIST HAS rT.
14-U SHUN SUBSTITUTES.
AND 20 GAUGE
it has great strength, because
"You don't mean to tell me you're
going to Invite Mr. Gink to your partyl
Don't you know he doesn't dance?"
"Of course, but we've got to have
somebody to pump the pianola."
If von would be
healthy, strong and
Baths keep the skin
clean and in good condition. But
what about the inside of the body?
You can no more afford to neglect it
than the outside. It is just as import
avstpm be donnaed of tha noisnnniia
bv weakness of the digestive ortrana
teal AdrW-a Preweh elnth fcnone Kv nf