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bowel trouble ,b ome at life may attacks of piles and a host of disorders. bowels at any age, mrticular care after doctor hem. ~ "D.r. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin" o,' s for +h,+ ii Lea lay 47 years' practice, it has ~._,'2~a. jound thoroughly effective in ~eVln~ constipation and its ills for ~a, women and children of all ages. ~* ~thas proven perfectly safe even for p ps'n and other harmless !l~ ' it cannot gripe; will not m~--~.',~~ Y u or weaken you; can be used mw~mout harm as often as your breath ii~bad, or when your tongue is coated; ~Wheaever a headachy, bilious, gaMy | ~eoadition warns of constipation. ; i W. B. C,,,LOWSU', i|SYRU PEPSIN , Famil Laxative ENT. AND TRADE-MARKS AeSNOW & CO. vccessfuIPractice since 1875. er 25,000 patents obtained for inventors in every section of country" Write for book- tet telling how to obtain a patent, with list of clients in your State. Washington D. C, B. OWEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office with Flags Drug Co, M ALAKOFF J. As FOWLER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON With Weir's Drug Store MALAKOFF, TEXAS Read the &dverthements, + DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS Spencer-Carroll Building Athens, Texas FLAGG DRUG COMPANY. UNDERTAKE[( and Ambulance Service I Day Phone 100 Nite Phone 25 1 E. O. DODSON, Transfer and all kinds of hauling Prompt and Satisfactory Service GUARANTEED! DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Office Kilman Hospital Building Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Railwaymen Have Thrills and Many Narrow Escapes Railwaymen have their simre of :hrill;~. Sometimes only a "second stands between disaster and prevent- ing an accident. S(~me time ag,J on a railway line not tar from I,eeds a heavy traction engine stopped in tile center of a level crossing. The sig- nals were off for a fast freight ex- press, and three men, the driver, and two rail trackmen, had a frantic and terrifying minute and a half before the reluctant road roller couhl be coaxed clear of the metals. Had the express hit such a solid mass disaster would certainly have occurred. On another occasion, when a tr'tin struck a motor vanload of films near Harrogate, tile train rushed ou car- rying with It several miles of cellu- loid ribbons which caugbt alight from the bursting of the petrol tank ol" tlle van. In a few seconds sheets of fl'uue shot up all around the startled pas- sengers in the train, but the express was brought safely to a stop and tim fires extinguished without loss of life. Another thrill wllich occurs iu tbe railway world happens at times in the handling of high explosives, and the transport of inflanmml)le m:lterlal~ such as petrol and spirits.--Montreal Herald. Says Pneumonia May Ee Called Friend of Aged Certain acute or subacute inflamma- tions in the lungs are called pneu- monia, says Ohio Ilealth News. This is a general term and does not mean a specific disease, It may be caused by any one of a nunlller of germs which gain entrance into the lung and find conditions suitable for growth. It Is a frequent complication of measles, influenza, whooping cough, typhoid fever and other infections and often closes the scene in chronic heart diseases, pulmonary tuberculosis. bright's disease and diabetes. There is a marked incidence at both ex- tremes of llfe; in children under six years of age and, quoting Osler: "Pneumonia may well be called ti~e friend of the aged. Taken off by It in an acute, short, not often painful ill- ness, the old escape those cold grada- tions of decay that make the last stage of all so distressing." Cashew Nuts Grow on Trees So-called cashew nuts grow on a large evergreen tree native to tropical America and naturalized in nearly all warm countries. Many people suppose they grow in the ground because, in general size and shape, they resemble peanuts. The cashew nut was practi- cally unknown in the United States a few years ago. In reality it is not a nut at all. It is the kidhey-shaped seed attached outside to the lower end of the cashew aiJple, which is tlle pear-shaped, fleshy, edible fruit borne in clusters on the cashew tree. The nut is edible only after the caustic oil known as cardol has been expelled from the shell by roasting. Cashew is pronounced ka-shoo, with the second syllable accented. Proof That Fish Sleep The fact that your goldfish do not close their eyes Is no proof that they never sleep. The reason of this Is that they have no eyelids--hence their eyes are permanently open. But ex- periments made tn the aquarium at the London zoo proves that fish sleep; some rest on the bottom of their tanks. others are suspended mid-water, while others still lie quite close to the sur- face. Just as In the case of human beings, hunger will keep fish awake. Thus we hear of successful angling feats after dark.--Answers. Deportation Provi,ion Under construction of the immlgra- v'-,FF NEW8 tlon statutes an alien who entered thls country prior to July 1, 1924, cannot be deported if he has resided continu- ously in this country for five years, unless during that time he has been twice convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude, for which he was sentenced to a term of more than a year. If the wife can prove legal en- try she can become naturalized. No alien who entered the country illegally on or after June 3, 1921, can become naturalized in the United States. As She Is Spoke The English Alpine visitor was met in the lounge of the hotel by a French- man. "Ah." exclaimed the latter. "I've heard about you, You climbed the Matterhorn. That Is a foot to be proud of." The Englishman laughed. "Pardon me, sir," he said, "you mean 'feat,' do you not~" "Ah," said the Frenchman, greatly excited, "so you climbed It more than ehS" London once, . -- Answers. EACH WEEK ~mmm Turret Spider Never Hunt, ~...._. The turret spider never hunts for ~~ prey. Instead it waits at the top of its burrow for the creatures upon HOTEL oi),.t ND which it feeds to come wlthln reach. though this may mean it must go with- out food for weeks or even months at a time. When it does capture a vie- NEW -. FIREPROOF tim, however, it feeds voraciously. Joe M. Hailaman, Mgr. RATES Solemn Oce~ions $1,50 to $3.00 per Certain annual Roman feast days were referred to as "Solemnls" (occurring Every room with circulating ice annually). Because these feasts became occasions for serious reflection the water, T. ,__..~ava~ry, bath or shower. "solemnis" came to mean some- IN and occurred Blunder in Law Provided K~ng Must Share Sentence $trange mistakes are sometimes made in drafting parliqmentary hills. Some of the~e are merely amusing, but others might have had serious conse- quences if not put rizht. For instance, in one case all tim members of parliament wire had been president of the board of trade since the board of trade act of 1.909 was passed would have been liable to heavy penalties if parliament had not regu- larized their position. Then, some years ago, it w+~s dis- covered that divorces of Anglo-In- dians pronounced in Indian courts were invalid. As the Indian courts had been dealing "~vith such cases for a long time and many of the people affected had remarried, tlfings would llave been awkward if the law had not been altered. Son:et2~cs a bhmder creeps in dur- ing the passage of a bill through par- liament. An old bill imposed a fine as the penalty for slealing llnen from bleaching fields. One-half of the fine was to go to the prosecutor and one- half to the king. While the bill was tmder considera- tion an amendment was carried alter- Ing the punishment to ten years' trans- portation. But the fifty-fifty clause was left In, so that It appeared that the king was to sh::re the sentence.- London Answers. Vancouver Island Named for Prominent Navigator Vancouver is named for George Van- couver, who discovered it. This fa- mous navigator was born in 1758, and entered the Royal navy in 1777 as an able seaman on the Resolution under the celelu'ated Capt. James Cook. Ile became a midshlpumn on lhe Dis- covery, on Captain Cook's third voy- age; and in 1780 he passed his exam- ination as a lieutenant. He attained the rank of commander in 17,,0, and in 1791 was sent lp the Discovery to take over from the Spaniards the Nootka Sound territory, tie explored the Pa- cific coast of the North American con- tlnent, and on his returu to the Old country in 1795 he "devoted himself to preparing his Journals for p:_,blica- tion. Ite