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Thursday, February 14, 92-J. THE DEI! A T U K ItU V i v PAGE Beware of Imitations! FORTUNES k % v jjk ,, ·jji'.scd prescilnlion to your taste.: Persevered -with It may even restore ·ou your lost youth." · · W h a t I ask myself," said Euck- ii.ijjiam, "is why "you E h o u l d have rcscrHicJ her for me instead ot for ··[ ari l i k e that," said E l h e r i d g c -. h e e m b o d i m e n t o C s e l f - s a c r i f i c e , she w i l l have, n o n e ot mo-1 am tcl1 i c a r s y o u n g e r than Its considoratlon seemed JustUled by llio p a r t -that he told her :io was cone i v u i B for lier. ' , T h u s s u b t l y did lie seek to l u l l h e r caution and Intoxicate h e r senses with the sv/ect poison of f l a t t e r y , w h i l s t discussing with h e r tho p l a y he was to write-- w h i c h , in his own to i m m o r t a l i z e himself 1IEC1X IIEKC TODAY. C o l o n e l Holler, soldier and a d y e w t u r e r r e t u r n s t o E n g l a n d , t h e l a n d of his b i r t h \% lion aar is d e c l a r e d w i t h Holland. He come-s to lodse t , l( , v i t h M a r t h a Q u i n n . honw»s o-t t h e I h PtniL's Ilc.il. in Paul's YarJ. Londoi.. The co.onel iisk.i bis old f r i e n d . Ills Grace of AUomar'.c. to .secure Co:' h i m a. place In t h e army. A l b e m a r l e w a r n s h i m t h a t t n c n:tmc of Ttandul Holies, f a t h e r 01 the colonel, is on the wtiirrant for the e x e c u t i o n oC the l a t e icln»,. Therefore it is dangerous for the colonel to secure a. c o m m i s s i o n c c r u c d to c o n g r a t u l a t e my^clt f o i l i a \ l n t T witnessed y o u r p e r f o r m a n c e , Unless you sec the "baycr Cross on backaze or on tablets you are not gelling the genuine Baycr Aspirin proved ·afe by. millions and prescribed by plivsicinns over twenty-three years for " Colds Headache Toothache I.uml)a 0 o · Neuritis Rheumatism ·' Neuralgia Pain, Pain / Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspinn fculy. Each'unhrokcn package contains proven directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drue- Sists also sell bottles of '24 and 100 Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaccticacidcster of Salicylicacid. Ftollos rreets a f r i e n d n a m e d TuckC''. who asks him to r t o i a conspiracy apaltis-t the g o v e r n m e n t . The strcc't p r c n c h n r s are lourtlv lam e n t i n g ; the-spread of the pestilence His Grace n' E u e k i n c r n n m r e c i u c s t s the c o m m a n d oi a s h i p and . ref u s e d . NOW C.O OX WITH THF. STORY. and s t i l l -more Lord Orrery, you:' p r e s e n t a u t h o r . H i m I n o t o n l y c o n but envy -- a r^deous; · c n - . o t i o n , -which I shall n o t c o n q u e r u n t i l I liavo w r i t t c . . you a- p a r t :it l e a s t as great as h i s K u t l i e i i n e . Ton smile?" I t is f o r gratification a t y o u r g-iacc's promise." "I wonder now." said he, h i s eyes h i s lips s m i l i n g ' a . l i t t l e - ! you Itywas rot. But you Salt Dissolved In Oil Quickly Relieves Rheumatic Pains In One ApltlU'ntfon. In M n t t y BucUinsha-m liad r e - n a l n e d , t h e r e - f o r e at Court, to r.urso h i s c h a g t i n , a,nd to f i n d his way clrcv.itous'.y i n t o t b t strar.se h i s t o r y of Colon. I r.a-.ida. Holies. , His f r i e n d . Ceorse E : h » t i d K e t.ia oth«r sifted rako w h o h a d l e a p t i n n s u d d e n lame a year aso « u b -n comedy, "The Comic I l e v e n g c , ' bad ieen d e a f e n l n s his ears w i t h prais-os of the beauty and t a l e n t ot t h a t w l d e iv admired and c o m p a r a t i v e l y n . w l discovered actres,. SyMa r n i c i u h a r .. At tirst B u c k i n g h a m h u d S O O C L C U at his f r i e n d ' s entlmsiasm. j heat of rhetoric to ae.ev.be n a r r o w i n g , ··I w o n d t - r Is t h a t the t r u t h , or Is I t t h a t you t h i n k i boosted'? that such a n a c h i e v e m e n t is n o t w i t h i n , m y c o m p a s s " I ' l l confess f r a n k l y t h a t " u n t i l 1 saw . v have made it so, ray dear." "JL i have done t h a t . 1 si.all, I n deed, Lave deserved wey of my a u d i ! cr.ce!" she uriswored. but l i g h t l y ' l a u s ' i . n s f . l i t t l e , as it' to discount the ' rliph-ricTwri c o m p l i m e n t . I " " \ = w e l l , t t r u s t , ns phrase, was p , a i d her. t h e r e b y c n t c r n a l l y u n i t i n g them. T h e r e was in t h i s more tiian a suggestion o? a spiritual b o n d , a mar- rlago of t h e i r respective iirts to sjve l i f e to his dramatic c o n c e p t i o n , §o nloof f r o m m a t e r i a l and personal cons.dc-rations t h a t n l i e w j s deceived s w a l l o w i n g into bait, did not neglect to at '.east half tho Nor was It vague. His Brace f u r n i s h I t with a c e r t a i n f o r m . I l l s them", he told VILLA GROVE BOOK CLUB ENTERTAINED Villa. Grove, Feb. 13.--Mrs. C. J. C u n n i n g h a m was hostess to the,Book club at lidr home on South W a l n u t s t r e e t Monday a f t e r n o o n . Mrs; J. M. L i t t l e reviewed a c h a p t e r f r o m Wells' O u t l i n e of History and Mrs. A. C. Ford r e v i e w e d McMastcr's "T*c C h i l d r e n of t h e Market Place " M a u r l e o T r u l t t was a b l e to a t t e n d high sohoal T u e s d a y a f t e r an absence on a c c o u n t ot Illness. Mr« s C. Ilenson r e t u r n e d to v i e w ' i i o s p i t a l i n D a n v i l l e M o n d a y f o r me.lic.xl treat-men. * Mrs n o b c r t Anderson lias been se- ve'.o'y i l l w i t h n u l n s y f o r some t i m e . Lamb's a m b u l a n c e was eal.etl to t h e g r a d e =chool b u i l d i n g M o n d a y t c relatives here. E Gorentlo who bas been spending the w i n t e r in Miami, Fla.. visited over Sunday -here with her s o n . Charles Gdrentlo and family. He is on his way to his home in Tettibone. V D 'Mrs J G. Kirby and little erand- t u c h t e r Edna Beatrice McClelland returned home Saturday from a week's visit w.lth relatives IB W- bana. · . ·«_« Miss Irene Babcock return** »··- day alter several Jay» »«** *'*" relatives In Decatur. Mrs. H. U Mounce has been vlslt- ine her parents near Petersburg t"« last week. - · her. was tho i m n o r t a l stoiy o t Laura - t ( J W I , _ and her Petrarch set in the warm | ^ glitter of an old I t a l i a n f r a m e . Nor was that all he t o l d her. Ho w h i p p e d h!s w i t s to some purpose, and [ I I S G U A C E COWED LOVT. s k e t c h e d f p r I v e r f i e o n l i n e o t a f i r s t act of tenderness and power.. A t t h e e n d o f a week h o a n n o u n c e d t h a t t h i s f i r s t a c t vas already w r i t - ! '"t h a v e l a b o r e d f . n y a n d n - g h t . " !io to'.d her: " d r i v e n r e ' . c n t ' c s s l v by tlie i n - | l r a t l o n y o u h a - . c f a m i s h e d m- So V,. C Rt is this Unit I t r u s t regard the "thing ns m o v e J ' our \.';''^" v " l " 1 f: or T shall do it w h e n upon, it t h e so" 1 °° " A b r u p t l y h e nsUod h e r E m m a S i r i o n t o n t o h » r h o m e She was s u f f e r i n g w i t ' i e r t t a c k ot a p p e n d i c i t i s . M r s M i l l e r . Hackctt lias r e t u r n e d f r o m St. Louis, w h e r e B"O was a pat l o n t i - » a hcsif.tal. She had guests f r o m S u l l i v a n S u n d a y . , , ,, , , , , _ ,, I i Ver-i iCi-oelc. wlio is a t t e n d i n g Chicas-c' Dental college. - v i s i t e d hi;- Sn Mrs 1 ' 1 -:eo r rgft N l c h n l s visile.! h e r sister. Mrs. C l i f f o r d C o t t r c l l . m D a r - sconce lias e x p l o d e d t h e rarely p l a y h o u s e baggage'" '·« H a d ! a g r e e d , raed. "For a man ot y o u r p a r t ? , ree.' I p r o t e s t you're n a u s c a t l n g - tbe be«t of h i s p.ippeti. ··Tser\e, a y e . B u t i does ho get his deserts'." · P u r e l y you, Buck*. h a v e a t t i c reason to complain." gibed E t b e r - edgc. "In my case, n o w , it Is c n U r c l v d i f f e r e n t . " " -It is, G e o r g e -- e n t i r e l y , " his grace r e s e n t i n g tlie i n t e r r u p t i o n ·-You are tho r a r i t y . Y o u have «l- f o J n d better tha-n you deserved ly ' a ' o w . "Von H a t t e r me in sccklas to i e p r o v e " Ktherldsc laughed. "To ue ·allow d e s p i t e tho years ia to bear t h e mark ot preatiicss. W n o m the qods that Mric"arid'cause'a V l i e u m a - j i 0 ve'"are callow a l w a y s ; for wj-.om Donors now kr.c/w b e y o n d any I t;io ~ods love d i e young, w h a t e v e r r h e u m a t i s m is a4wars , h r . l r a - p " at -paradox I supyose. e j u s e d I y SOI«B i n t e r n a l i n f e c t i o n liu'-h as diseased t o n s i l s , a blind pus TocK-«t in a. t o o t h , or an i n f e c t i o n f r o m d e c a y i n g - food i n t h e i n t e s t ' n e s . Thes** I'Oisoni- r.re carried ia the blood x i n i i l t h e y a r c d e p o s i t e d in » J o i n t o r ri.i-.cif w l u j r e t h e y set u p i n l l a m m a - t i ' i ' i causir.t: t e r r i b l e p n i n . I r i s worse t h j m f o o l i s h t o t r y t o r ^ l i o v . " - r h c n m a t i ; in by p o u r i n c r m c d - 1ci-!» % i n t o the s t o m a c h or by gettir. i; rr! ff f r o m pain l i v narcotic driies or opiates. It is o n l y a waste of money ·fo rub on cheon l . n i m e n t s intended to c r e a t " a L u r n i n c : sensation to m a k e t h e p a i n of r h e u m a t i s m seem less t e r r i b l e . There is o n l y one way to r e l i e v o t h e p a i n o f r h e u m a t i s m a n d I M t if by g e t t i n g - r i g h t at the cauie of the p.iin. You nuist have some- ·tliincr t h a t w i l l p ^ n c t i a t e r i ^ b * down t r . r u ' t h e pores of t h e M ; i n i n t o the , j n f l n m e d j o i n t s or muscles and n c u i r a l i 7 » the poisons j u s t l i k o Bicar- 1iona.t- of P^da nontrali7.es n n ocid s t n m a c h o r l i k e b o r a x s o f t e n s hard ·water. Gorirar. science w h i e ' i h.-f I o n s s p e c i a l i z e d in tho r e l i e f of !.-., n .and ·n-Tiicn gave to the -wo: Id a s n i n n for '· lieadacl'e p a i n and n o v o r a l n f o r p a i n - !e.s, d e n t f s u - y . -.la" o n l v l a t e ' y d i s covered a r e m a r k a b l e s c i e n t i f i c f o r - m u l a for t h e relief of r h e u m a t i c pain ThH f o r m u l a consists of n p c c u l i p . r v e r i t a b l e salt dissolved in a combi- r..ition rt T j e n e t r a t i n p oils. T h i s oil C o m b i n a t i o n w h i c h is ! .nt»ncled to -arry this salt r l ? h t down to the lr.- f l a m e d i o i n t s rid muscles- to r.eu- t r n l i z a Uie poisons of r h e u m a t i s m , .s k n o w n ns Bnl'.lpf Oil a-ul an e n o r : rnous n u m b e r of people have A l r e a d v f o u n d - t h a t , it Civet «uic'~ r e l f f r o m t h e p a i n of r h e u m a t i s m . U t l - c p r e s e r t t i m e , V e f o l l o w i n g d - u s c i s t ^ r e p o r t tiiat t h e v liav,. sr- c - i r r r l a Q u a n t i t y of B u h l e r Oil for , 1 i s i - i b n t i o n in til's c i t y . So r e m a r k - ibl« liave lven t h e r e s u l t s f r o m t u c use" of n n h l e r Osl t h a t these drii?- ·rlsts n : e p i v l n c r fiieir c u s t o m e r s n W r i t t e n R t i a r a n t f e t o reCiir.iT t'ii p r i c e In f u l l to n n y pnrchas* 1 -,- o*" Bul-.ler Oil M ho f a i l s t« ret i,nrie".iatc r e l i e f . On sate at Decatur Pruq- Co.. C n r d r T Drrc- Co. T/X T r w i p nriisr Co . Frankel Dm? Co., E l l i s V,-. A r m s t r o n g . t h e i r age." "You a i m at a'. the ,, , ' v o u -ir- i . i l l v n s h a n d s o m e a n d n l I s h a l l l-ave,^"^ u n $ c - r u p u l o u s . The giri', a ' C ' 'deserve vrude. ar.d I n e x e r l e a r n t the w a y to a l e p r u d e s , r.iltti. It's an c d u o a - tion in i t s e l * . ' "Is it?" said B u c k i n g h a m "I m u s t u n d e r t a k e it then " A n d u n l e r t a k e i t h e d i d w i t ' i a l l tho zesi of one who \o\ cd a r u n g a n d t ' i e s t u d y o'. u n u s u a l s u b j e c t s . U . i l l y now be w a n to be seen In a so-c a t t i n t'.icalor I n L i n c o l n ' s J r n Fields, a n d d a i l y he scvil her, i u t o k e n of Jiis r e s p e c t f u l lio-magc, eU't-5 of h i g h school on a c c a u r t o f it w e r e -.Vh C r "the OKEANA. Vor!.- T r u m i r c l l s c v c n - y ^ a v - o l d s r - ol' l l r ' a n c l Mrs. Lol J J 1 "' 1 ^^ 1 ,. ^ rinsloid is I m p r o v i n g n i c e l y . r r . » -n- ir Moii-iso'i of uan'.oul ivitli h e r . a s i i c d h i m . . ] s p e n t ' Tuesday . a f t e r n o o n w JU- was t a k e r , aback a m o s t i 01 l s | f ( p r i M i s s A l l c e stropc. r f y r - s t r l c k c n , to liulgc by his e\lires-| M l . s ^ ] d a T . i c h t e n b c r K c r of i. . «... «i, .^ Ti.o^i---r-ti fl ^v i f li her \ \ CASTORIA MOTHER:- Fletcher's Castoria i» a pleasant, harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Teething Drops and Soothing Syrups, prepared for Infants and Children all ages. To avoid imitations, always look for the signature ct Proven directions on each package. Physicians everywhere recommend it. · " w i t h o u t I j l h i h h a p c pods love, never grow eld " E t h c r i d g e e x p l a i n e d h i m s e l f . "They n e v e r come t o s u f f e r a ? d o y o u f r o m jaucd np- 1C ' t 'You m a v b e right:" h.s grace a d - , muted g l o o m i l y . "Prescribe me a | i °"That is w h a t I was doing: S y l v i a Farctuharson. at the- Duke's House -Buh' \ Play a c t r e s s ! A painted doll on wires! Twotrty years ago y o u r prescription might have served. ··You a d m i t t h a t you grow old S u p e r f l u o u s admission: IT.it this,Jet TM perish. 1! no painted doll. This is an ^carnation ot -beauty ar.d "'··So 1 'I've heard o! o t h e r s t h a t had T .have never f o u n d it until this moment." Ami h i s eyes upon Miss Far- q u h a r s o n pave point to his m e a n i n g . W h e n a t l e n g t h t h e y l e f t h e r . h e r - l .n'." of e x a l t a t i o n WUK all gone. She c o u l d not h a v e told yo.i w h y . bi.t t h e P i k e o t B u c k i n g h a m ' s a p p r o v a l u p - . 1 ftci no leaser. A l m o s t did she w i s h " t h a t sli« m i g h t have gone with- O j t it And w h e n B e t t c r t o n came s m i l i n g g o o d - n a t u r e d l y , t o o f f e r h i s c o n p n i t u l a t l o n s u p o n t h i s conquest, he f o u n d her bemused and troubled. f l o w e r s added j e w e l " coni He w o i . l d h a v e h u t t r a t w l = c r I X h e r - = J r e s t r a i n e d h i m . "N'e b r u s n u c / r n s I ' a f t a . r ; , ' ' w.i ·lie y o x i i i H o r m a n ' s a d v i c e . " Y o u ' l l scare h e r !·:, r i - C i p u . u u - y , a n d so s.poil al,l. S ieh l c o i u i u e s t as this · c i i u i r e s i n f i n i t e r-atlcnco." His grace sn-.fcred l i l m s c l i to bo a d v i s e d , and .set * r c s t r a l i ' t u p o n I.:.a r d o u r . u s i n g t h e g i o n t e s ' , c i r c u m s p e . t i o p 111 t'ie v i s i t s w h i c h he paul her almost d a l l y ;.:ter t l i e p e r f o r m - t h e n ? I s i t n o t s o m e - ! SIO'l "Complete 1'-'." he k n o w . n e w h e t n e r I t iliat you desire?" race "W.iat e l s e , v o u . S m o v e d 1 to^.t' b y y o u r s e l f A n d | c h a l l I c o m p l e t e i t t o r m e n t e d t h e , M u l e b v d w h t s as to w h e t h e r o w i l l c o n f e r .t w o r t h s - of yoi ^"'·"^··'"..^^^^"om^r^otr! L eo \.,^v!thTut" : ovor a ° n u , n s to -see' i-'ou- H .hec.mie." y o . i " Ai,i is a pl.i;. t h e n , less i m p o r t a n t th.i.n a t r n r . r c n t . D e c a t u r c n t t h e week-end w i t h h e r son. V . L : c l i t c n l j e r g o r .ind v. if.'. V i c t o r BjrRO"- 1 ! of SicftPl '« - t i s i t i n g P.emuscd, too. did EtherMse f i n d ance lie c o n f i n e d e x p r e s s i o n s t h e D u k e as they d r o v e back to- i c c t h e r to \ N " a l l i n g t o r J llou^c. !~ " A l m o t t , I t h i n k . " said he, sint'.- I inn- "that a l r e a d y v o u f i n d t n y do- of a d m i r a t i o n t o h e r h i s t r i o n i c a r t , n n d , i f be l o ' i c b e r t inpon h e r p e r s o n a l b e a u t y ar.d g'-ace, it s o c l a t l o n w i t h h e r r. Sruip Itc»Unni'c "\V.hy d o j o u say she h n s l» = t l i r a r t ot ary g r! j o u \ e o v e r k n o w n ? an t fj o ix- 3. i m p r e s s i o n o n to "Rape's Cold Compound" Breaks a Cold Right Up TnKe two tablets every three hours i n t i l three doses arc taken. 1'lie tirsi Jose always gives relief. The second md tliird doses completely break up ,lic cold. Pleasant and safe to take Contains no q u i n i n e or opiates Mil ions use 'Tape's Cold Compound. il'ricc, l l i i i l - f i \ e cents. L'uarantee it. SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine Hint really stands out pre-eminent ns a medicine for curable ailments of the um- ucys, iivcr and bladder. Dr Kilmcr'b Swamp-Root stands the highest for tlie reason that it has proven to be .just the remedy needed in t h o u s a n d s upon thousands ol distressing 'cases. Swamp-Hoot '" ali " friends quickly because ils mild and m m c d i n l c effect is soon realized in most cuscs. I t is a gentle, lica'.mS vegetable c o m p o u n d . Start treatment at once. Sold at an di-iiK stores in bottles of l«o sizes, medium and large. . . . . . . . . However, if you wish fii'-st to test tills great preparation scad ten cents (o Dr. K i l m e r Co.. tJ.iigliamtoii, N. Y., for a sample bottle. \Vhcn writing be sure and mention tuis paper. For Dependable Dry Cleaning We want you to feel when lending us your Cleaning and Pressing that you arc gettinc the very b«»t cleaning and pressing service obtainable. because that is lust what we mean to jive you, whether It he a MAN'S SUIT or the daintiest of PLEATED DRESSES. The result is always the same-- PEKFECT CALL MAIN 403 CLEANERS ANI DYERS OF f'l.O'1'UES "DO BETTCIt W O K K " O. A. THOMPSON Here is Quick Relief! Y OU whosufferuntoldroisery from sharp stabbing pa ins, Etu'f achinz backs. headacht«,dizzy*P«!ls.tir«l. weak worn-out fccling-Uke Uodc » Pills, a diuretic stimulant to the kidneys, »nd Ic.-unonc; more how glorious it feels to be relieved.Don t deprive yourself of Ihe great joy of gcod health for another day! Get a box ol Dodd's Pilh now at your drug store, 60c, or direct by msil, but Try Tht Dr«j Start Firil." TneDodd'.M«JicincCo ofU.S. (OOMainSt. · Buffalo, N.Y. Dtuuric SmtuhHt to Hie. Kidneys ' l e t me r.dd Vnat efr.e is v i r t u - ° U Buck:ngh(im s t a r e d at l i i m . o p e n - ,ng -his lazy eyes. "What may tixat bo?" he asked. L'The c h i e f d r u c '" ^' P" c -' crl1 '- "°"t;ut does it e x i ^ t or is y o u r cal- lowjie-s d e e p e r than 1 t h o u g h t . ^ c i u o t h B-ucklngham. · C o m e and MO." M- E f n e n d g c I i n v i t e d h i m . . : - V i r t u e . " BiuoV-.nsham o'o.e^cu. j ·is n e t visi'j'.e." "Like b j a u t v . i t d w e l l s i n t n e b c - r.ohlc-r'., eye. T h a f ^ trt,y you ve never seen it. Buck. 1 To tho Duke's -playliouse i n L.n- In', I n n Fields h i s d i s g r u n t l e d grace auCJcred l.lmse'.f. in the e n d . ,o be conducted. He w e n t to S cot.. He remained to w o r s - h i p . 1o-j a.rcac-j r a v i r g o v e r h e a t d tr.e sar.i.- MT. Popys--how f r o m l.ls box. addressing his companion in p a r M c u - lar and the whole h o u s e in genera., , t h e ducaiX author l o u d l y n-nnounced ; t h a t h« vould «lv. his mwe no re.l u n t i l he ·Tiould have produced a p i a j with a part worthy «f the superb t a l e n t s of Miss Farqiiharson. His. word* were reported to lier. They tore -with them «. certain flattery to which it was impossible that ebe should be impervious. It pre,T«.red her lor the- ducal visit to the green room, which followed ! presently. She was p r e s e n t e d by ! Mr Etherldge with whom sne was 1 a l r e a d y acquainted, and she stood 'shyly b e f o r e the tall, s u p r e m e l y e'ie- d u k e , under the gazo of his bolt. In'his. golden p e r i w i g ho looked at t h i s da'te not a year m o r o t h a n thirty, flesplto the hard l i f e lie had lived £-om boyhood. In shape and carriage he was of an extraordinary grace that drew all eyes u-pon h i m . Tet at s i g l . t . i n s t i n c t i v e l y . :tiss Far. qu'harsor. d i s l i k e d h i m . P-eason n n t l amblUor, argued Iver out ot that instinctive s h r i n k i n g . Here was one whose" approval carried weight a-nrt would set tho seal upon her fame, one whoso good grace* could maintain her f i r m l y on the eminence to w h i c h she had ao l a b o r i o u s l y climbed. Tils grace bowwl, low, the curls cf his w i g s w i n g i n g forward l i k e t h e ears ot a water-spaniel. "Madam," he said, "I would congratulate you were I not more con- ·^^·^^^^·V -- f)W ·- ^^BB^.-. -- Much Advice Cooking v "' ~9 Insomnia Take a Kot malted milk before bedtime. Southing, nourishing, bdt so easy to digest that it can not tax your stomach. Try it tonight and wake up refreshed tomorrow. THE IMPROVED MALTED M At Your Druggist's ^^^ ^^^^»- "' -^~~ ^-~ -- -\'*Too many cooks spoil the broth." Advice on how to bake is not as important as what ingredients to use--what brands give the best results and are most satisfactory. \When bake day comes you can^t afford to listen to why Mrs. Jones does "this," or Mrs. Brown does "that." Use good judgment and CALUMET THE ECONOMY BAKING POWDER ^ ^·^········^·'^^^^"^^^^^^^^ ' A pound can of Calumet contain* full 16 ounces. Some baking powder* come ia 12 or. cant, instead of 16 ounce c»n«. Be cure you get a pound when you want tc. Every can of Calumet is tested and retested be 'fore it leaves the World'* largest baking powder factories --not only for purity but for baking qualities -- it must be rieht. That's why the millions of housewives who use it N never listen to advice - that's why their bakings are always \ perfectly raised, sweet and wholesome. xOne spoonful of Calumet is equal to two of many N \brands. It goes farther and lasts longer because it contains v more than the ordinary leavening strength. Buy it--try it --always use it. ,, EVERY INGREDIENT USED OFFICIALLY APPROVED BY U. S.FOOD AUTHORITIES Sales 2V* times that ot any THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER INFAVSPAPERf INFAVSPAPERf

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