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TAKE HARSH LAXATIVES? Healthful Fresh Fruit Drink Makes Purgatives Unnec- essary for Most People Here's a way to overcome constipa- tion without harsh laxative& Drink juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in a glass of water first thing on arising. Most people find this all they need -stimulates normal bowel action day after day v Lemon and water is good for you Leroons are among the richest sources 3f vitamin C, which combats fatigue, hdlmresist colds and infections. They mpply valuable amounts of vitamins BI and P. They pep up appetite. They alliniu, aid digestion, Lemon and water has a fresh tang too-clears the mouth, wakes you up, starts you going Try this grand wake-up drink 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help you Use California Sunk/st Lemons. change to CALOX for the  on your smile E lglelent Colox a,orlu two wcf/. : | Helps remove film.., bng out all the natural lustre of ,our A spec|el ingredient in C_.aloz encourages r#g massage.,. which has a tonic effect on gums .. helps make them firm tad rosy. Tone up ],our aile...with Caloxl !13 rs tff @barmavtuti Imow.bow EASTER SAID THOd DONE. But Miles Ncrvine can be of real help--if a hectic day makes you jittery, cranky, gives you a headache or keeps you awake. This scientific, mild sedative can help calm nerves and permit restful sleep. Caution: use only as directed. Effer. vescent tablets 35c and 75c. Liquid 25c and $1.00, Miles Laboratorie Inc Fakhart, Indiana. MILES NERVINE BLACK LEAF 40 --tad along oosts and smear--bo heat of fowls releases mcotine fumes which kill chicken.llce and feather-mites. Cap - Brush Applicator saves nicotine. Insist on original factory- sealed packages to insure full strength. tOBACCO BY-PBOOUCTS & ;H[MICAL CORPOOATIOM INCOIORAT Ea LOUISVILLE 2, KENTUCKY O+R U+N "K E N'N-E00 m stop thor terrible trm'infl[I [] in from 2 to a days. I 1 The HALCO Sanitarium i l for men and women' ]1 m  u t I i m ,or free literature. I [ m P- PL 410t 0038 +egt'lpb Am I ) And Your Strength and Energy Is Below Par gt may be caused by disorder of k-- lny funet|on thtttPemits pon Wutn to aceumu a . r truy may people feel tired, weak and miserable vhen the kidneys fail to remove axee aclde and other wnste matter from the blood. You may suffer naggfng baekaeh rheumatic paine, headaches, dizzine, Iptting up nighte, leg pains, swelling. ometimee frequent and scanty urina- L.ion with smarting and burning ie an- other sign that eomethiug is wrong with the kidneys or bladder. There should be no doubt that prompt treatment hi wir than neglect. Uaa Doun's PtIle. It ia better to rel on a medietne that has woj countrywide ap- proval than on something less favorably known, Dean's have been tried and test- ed many yearS. Are at all drug storss, Get DoaWa today, MOPSY byOtADYS mnmm WILL YOU LOAN ME YOUR FLASHLIGHT .9 I LIKE TO OET A 300D LOOK AT THE PERSON I SIT NEXT TO ./ HOME-T ECHOES By C. Kessler 'LOb ! Father and Son By 61uyas Williams SHRUNKEN, BUT SAFE A man walking on the moors was caught in a torrential downpour. He looked around for some sort ol cover and spotted a hollow tree ly- ing on its side. To gain"protection from the tempest, he crept inside through a narrow opening. He lay there for two hours before he realized be had become virtually a prisoner in the tree. The rain had caused it to swell, and the opening through which he had entered was now too small for him to squeeze his way out. But even worse was soon to follow: The tree began to press in on him and he knew it would be only a matter of hours he- fore he was crushed to death. Such was the horror of his predic- ament that, like a drowning man, his past life flashed before him in a panorama. He saw what a mean, selfish life he had led and he began to feel so small that he realized he could now creep out through the opening. This he did--went home and led an exemplary life ever after! DIDN'T KNOW TARGET i An expert had condescended to teach the new member to play golf. Pointing to the flag on the green, he explained: "You must drive the ball as near to that flag as you ean." The novice drove and the ball stopped within a foot of the hole. The expert was amazed, but the other merely inquired: "What do | do next?" "You knock it into the hole," re. plied the expert. "Into the hole!" exclaimed the novice. "Why didn't you tell me that in the first place?" No Wonder A customer waiting for a small lob to be done on his car watched a mechanic change the oil in another ear without spilling a drop, check the radiator, clean the windshield, wipe away all the greasy finger- marks, place a clean cloth over the upholstery, wash his hands thor- oughly and drive the ear slowly out to the street curb. "Now, there's a real mechanic," the customer observed to the fore- man. "Oh," explained the foreman, "that's his own car." Revealed at Last A three-year-old's mother was amused to see her son drawing pic- tures. "What's that?" she asked. "That's God," replied the tot. "But, darling," said his mother, "no one knows what God looks like." The boy smiled triumphantly. Said the baehelor uncle: "Do you ssk your wife for money to pay the restaurant cheek when the waiter t comes for the eash?" .... "Why, no," confessed the frank " fellow. "I alwaysget some money from her before we leave the house. That way I'm usually a bit ahead." Where it Belonged The weather was warm, and Pat decided to shave on the back porch.. Mrs. Casey, across the way, ob- served this. "Pat," she called, "sure an' Oi see ye air shavin' outside." "'Sure," he responded, "an did ye think Oi was fur-lined?" (v,D TO 6OLP IkK DOWN, BY UNnOTICeD BEOAU'SE DE.CID TO Tv,CE JUNIOP. TA),Z SbLL JIPS: 0 HE JUNIOR 9PILL6 MILK pOvN TO TIE /OVlE5 TONIONr- WOP(V CHOKF SW.T'El JUST HE AND I-HE c'AL0hi SOUNDED THAT WAY Young lady (with a lisp)--I want thome adhethi,e plasther. Druggist--What thickness? Young lady -- Pleath, thir, don't mock me. The Wom Again First Shopper -- That's a smart at you're wearing. May I ask how much it cost you? Second Shopper -- One hundred and twenty-five dollars. Twenty-fixe dollars for the hat and one hundred for the suit to match. Try, Try Again Husband -- I am going to dis- charge our chauffeur. Four times recently he almost killed me." Wife--, Oh, give him another hance. WITH A BROOM Professor--Every man in this col- lege could get a job with the city if he wanted it. Student--Now, isn't that a rather sweeping statement? Solid Stand In a country church there was a quarrel over a new organ. Some- body asked an elderly man of strong convictions how he felt about the issue. "I have not yet made up roy mind," said the deacon. "But when I do, I shall be very bitterI" An Obstacle "Have you ever been troubled by conscience ?" "You het. The one my girl has is an awful nuisance." Lady--You old drunken beast. If I were in your condition, I'd shoot myself. Bum--Lady, if you wash in my condition, you'd mish. Murderous Intent Then there was the little moron standing on a street corner with a gun in one hand, a knife in the other hand. A friend passed by and asked what he was doing. 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