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j| Makes Life
Next time a coated tongue, fetid
breath, or acrid skin gives evidence
of sour stomach —try Phillips Milk of
Get acquainted with this perfect an
ti-acid that helps the system keep
sound and sweet. That every stomach
needs at times. Take it whenever a
hearty meal brings any discomfort.
Phillips Milk of Magnesia has won
medical endorsement. And convinced
millions of men and women they didn’t
have “indigestion.” Don’t diet, and
don’t suffer; just remember Phillips.
Pleasant to take, and always effective.
The name Phillips is Important; it
Identifies the genuine product. “Milk
of Magnesia” has been the U. S. regis
tered trade mark of the Charles H.
Phillips Chemical Cos. and its pre
decessor Charles H. Phillips since 1875.
i Milk .
; v of Magnesia
For Cuts, Bums, Bruises, Sores
Hanford’s Balsam of Myrrh
Money back for first bottle If not salted. All dealers.
Polite Maine “Cops”
The formula for strangers who over
park in polite Bangor, Maine, is a tag
which reads: “It appears that you do
not understand our parking regula
tions in leaving your car (to be filled
in witli the nature of the violation).
We welcome you to use our streets
and i parking places, and your fa
miliarity with the regulations will
helps you and every one. Obtain a
copy at headquarters, Bangor Police
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folly to suffer long from neu
*ritis, neuralgia, or headaches when
relief is swift and sure, with Bayer
Aspirin. For 28 years the medical
profession has recommended it. It
does not affect the heart. Take it
for colds, rheumatism, sciatica,
lumbago. Gargle it for a sore throat
or tonsilitis.- Proven directions for
its many uses, in every package.
All drug stores have genuine Bayer
Aspirin which is readily identified
by the name on the box and the
Bayer cross on every tablet.
l&ririn is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture
of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylic&cid
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■ J 5 First touch of Car boil stops pain, m
Special ingredients _ quickly B
draw out core of boil or car- ■
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B Carboil prevents spreading. ■
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Quicksilver From Nevada
Sb-Crcat strides are being made in the
development and the equipment of
certain promising mercury properties
in Nevada, and it is predicted by
those who are in touch with the busi
ness that that state will soon become
lljffi leading producer of quicksilver in
Bn lory is a poison, good to be taken
■ small doses. —Balzac.
r —If ho
Hfteps at a safe distance.
10,000 Bottles a Day|
■ Every day 10,000 women buy a
I bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege
-1 table Compound. They know that
I there is no better remedy for their
■ troublesome ailments with their
I accompanying nervousness, back-
I ache, headache, “blue” spells, and
■ rundown condition.
Lydia E. Pinkhani’s >
Modern Home Pails in Mission of Training
Youth for Independence
By RABBI BARNETT R. BRICKNER, Cleveland.
PAPLX 1 who expect to mold the destiny of their children as if
they Mere wax or clay are doomed to failure. The function
of the parent is to rear the child so that he can take intelligent
charge of his own 1i 1 e and he an independent personality. Some
parents are dictators; others are simply errand boys lor their children.
Ihe more I see of modern homes and parents, the more I marvel
that so many children do as well as they do. The correct attitude toward
tlie child is to regard him like a seed that grows, whose physical nature
and temperament are set at birth. Heredity plays as important but not
a dominant role in the life of the child. Parents contribute 50 per cent
of what lie is. Half of the remainder he owes to his grandparents.
I he children of today are independent, and nothing can keep them
from being so. And the best thing that parents can do, is to train chil
dren for independence, so that they may be self-controlled and self-gov
Lhe reason parents do not influence their children religiously is be
cause their home has ceased to be a spiritual place. Most parents are
either negative or formal in their relation to religion. Yet the child will
need religion to help him over the frustrations of life.
hat our young people need today is a little less intellectual con
science and a little more moral conscience. In the last analysis, it is the
home that plays the most important role in influencing the character of
the child. The chief business of a home is to make tine tastes contagious.
History Textbooks Largely Responsible for
By DEAN W. F. RUSSELL, Columbia University.
The history textbooks of many countries are breeders of interna
tional enmities. It is my impression that there is just about as much
hatred, about as much suspicion, just about as much desire for war, ivs
there was in the days before the World war. One cannot go from one
country to another in Europe, Asia or the Americas without becoming
impressed with the fact that not only the working people, not only the
military', but people like you and me, spend much of their time indulg
ing in hate for their neighbors.
The teaching of history under an international code, which would
be equally acceptable to all nations is an impossibility. The history
textbooks must be acceptable to the American Legion and the Daughters
of the American Revolution in all countries. We must permit old-fash
ioned patriotism in each country. All we can insist upon is that there
be no slurs against other people in the histories, and that when a na
tion like ours derives definite benefits from the cultures and resources
of other nations we give credit for what they have contributed.
Prominent Trait of Women of America Is Their
Passion for Learning
By CLAUDE ANET, Noted French Editor.
One Sees more beautiful and beautifully dressed women in America
than in Europe; American women have a passion for learning almost
anything that is absent on ibis side of the Atlantic, and they have suc
ceeded in building a wall between themselves and their men folk.
The first thing that strikes one is that the men and women seem
to find no pleasure in each other’s company. Visit the New York res
taurants and you will never see men and women together. Do the same
in Paris and you w'ill see couples together always. In the United States,
at luncheon time, there are in the restaurants tables and tables of “hen
parties.” It is not impossible that several of the husbands concerned
are at the same restaurant—they will never be at their wives’ tables.
One of the most surprising things about American women is their
passion for lectures. They wish to learn, to develop their intelligence,
to improve their minds, as they say in New York. They go impartially
to hear the lecturer who speaks of elections or the one who speaks of
sheep raising. They hear lectures in the morning, lectures followed bv
luncheons in the great hotels. It doesn’t matter what the subject if
they gain the impression of learning something.
School Work That Will Fit Youth for Business
Is Modern Demand
By CAMERON BECK, New York Stock Exchange.
American business wants the school to train its children according to
their individual ability and wants the school to keep more closely in touch
with the needs of business. Business men of America have an abiding
appreciation of the public school system. Our great business leaders of
today are the products of our public schools, and we know that the service
of the public schools has not been in vain.
Public schools, however, have a great task to perform. They must
lower the output of misfits that come into business, who must be adjusted
after they leave school. The work of the business world will become much
better if the children are fitted to the tasks they are to perform; they
will learn that work shall mean something more than a job, and their
wage something more than money.
Schools should have more and better equipment for vocational train
ing. In each community councils of business executives should be named
to co-operate with public schools and give advice on subjects that affect
children after they go into the business world.
Increase in Crime Conditions Among Youth of
Country a Deplorable Fact
By SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE HOWARD, Atlanta.
Is there some remedy for the “boy murder wave” and other crime
among youths still in their ’teens?
While I'm an optimist, and hold the opinion that the human race is
steadily growing better, I cannot but feel discouraged over the constant
increase in crime conditions among our youths.
I believe that illicit liquor is at the root of most of the cases. Crimes
actuated by whisky always show a sharp increase during the months of
November, December and January. This I ascribe to the influx of liquor
for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holidays.
I recall that when I was a boy it was a rare occasion that a white
youth appeared before a criminal court. However, that condition has
now reached the point where the number of white boys hailed into court
exceeds that of all other races.
THE POCKDAI.E RECORD, Conyers, Ga., Wed., April 17, 1929.
Life’s Secret Socn to
Be Known to Science?
Science is very near its crowning
achievement, the discovery of the se
cret of life. Thus declared l’rof. F.
O. Donnun, London chemist, in an ad
dress before the British Association
for the Advancement of Science. De
scribing the work of Dr. A. V. llill,
noted British biologist, lie said that
this expert is on the verge of discov
ering, if lie lias not already found, a
principle “of astounding importance to
science,” a series of facts that may
enable science dimly to understand the
difference between life and death, and
hence the very mentis of life itself.
Professor Donnun declared that Doc
tor Hill’s experiments had already
shown that a living sell, such as a cell
of the human body, must keep in a
state of constant activity or it will
break up and die, and that this ac
tivity is maintained solely by a con
tinual supply of oxygen from the
For the first time in the history
of Oxford university, a collection of
plate representing every phase of Eng
lish silver from the Fourteenth cen
tury onward was recently assembled
from the treasures of all the colleges
and exhibited at the Ashmolean mu
seum. A silver mounted drinking horn
is dnled 1340.
“I notice lie calls his wife ‘kitten.’”
“Has she any claws?”
A sweet-tempered hoy may not he
worth his salt; but isn't lie charming?
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© 1929 Stanco Inc.
First Gold Digger—Has that new
boy friend of yours a lot of jack?
Second Ditto —Say, I told you I was
elating with him again, didn't I?
I always say “j HEDFORDS” 1
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If You Are Interested
in your family < 'oat-of-Arms, nml thelc
meaning—a priceless heritage, which was
won on the Helds of battle in the early Cru
sade. send sl, and wo will commence re
search for your family name at once. Will
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price of reproducing hand-painted picture
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COLONIAL RESEARCH CO.,
,‘iGK Peachtree Arcade Bldg., Atlanta, Gjh,
Restores Color and
iuty to Gray and Faded Hail
COo. and SI.OO at Druggists.
fox Client. Wks. Patetioßue. N. Y.
FLORESTON SHAMPOO—IdeaI for nsfe in
connection with Barker’s liair Balsam. Makesth#
hair soft and lluffy. r>o cents by mail or at drug
gists. iiiscox Chemical Works, Patchogue, N. x.
Clenrvicw—Prevents fog, steam, rain accumu
lating on spectacles, windshields, mirrors, etc.
Agents send $1 for 2 pkgs. and county offer. Wil
liams Clearview, Empire Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
Day (lathering Roots, Herbs. Send $!.
month's treatment for Rheumatism and 2&#
recipes. Nature’s own remedies. Southern Root
& Seed Cos., 902 St. Charles, New Orleans. La.
FOR SALE—IO acres unfilled land, 7 miles
S. W. Jacksonville. Bargain. BEMAN. 311
DELAWARE AVENUE, BUFFALO. N. Y.
W. N. U. ATLANTA, NO. 16 -1929.
As to a Friend
“T don’t think lie’s fitted for golf."
“He addresses the bull like you talk
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Details on request.
D. E. AIIBOTT & CO., Huntington, W. V*.
60 Acre Farm on Paved Road
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STOMATKSK for stomach troubles, eo*r
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