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BIG ARMY DRAFT
President Designates June 5
As Registration Day
HEAVY PENALTIES FOR
FAILURE TO ENROLL
All Males Between 21 and 30, inclusive,
Are Liable.-Absentee Registration
May Be Done By Mail.-Federal and
State Officials to Appoint Registrars.
Washington. - President Wilson's
Proclamation, putting into effect the
selective draft provision of the war
army bill, follows:
A proclamation by the President
of the United States.
Whereas, Congress has enacted and
the President has on the eighteenth
(lay of May, one thousand nine hun
dred and seventeen, approved a law
which contains the following provis
Section 5-That all male persons
between the ages of 21 and 30, both
inclusive, shall be subject to registra
tion in accordance with regulations
to be prescribed by the President and
upon proclamation by the President
or other public notice given by him
or by his direction, stating the time
and place of such registration, it shall
be the duty of all persons of the de
signated ages, except officers and en
listed men of the regular Army, the
Navy. and the National Guard and
naval militia while in the service of
the United States, to present them
selves for and submit to registrat'on
under the provisions of this act; and
every such persons shall be deemed
to have notice of the requirements of
this act upon the publication of said
proclamation or other notice as afore
said given by the President or by his
direction; and any persons who shall
wilfully fail or refuse to present him
self for registration or to submit
thereto as herein provided, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall,
upon conviction in the District Court
of the United States having jurisdic
tion thereof, be punished by imprison
ment for not more than one year, and
shall thereupon be duly registered.
Provided, that, in the call of the docket
preceding shall be given, in the courts
trying the same, to the trial of crimin
al proceedings under this act: Pro
vided further, that persons shall be
subject to registration as herein pro
vided who shall have attained their
twenty-first birthday and who shall
not have attained their thirty-first
birthday on or before the day set for
registration, and all persons so regis
tered shall be and remain subject to
draft into the forces hereby author
ized unless exempted or excused there
from as in this act provided: Provid
ed further, that in the case of tem
porary absence from actual place of
legal residence of any persons liable to
registration as provided herein, such
registration may be made by mail un
der regulations to be prescribed by
Penalties Are Fixed.
Section 6.-That the President is
hereby authorized to ut'ilize the ser
vice of any or all departments and
any or all officers or assets of the
United States and of the several
states, territoiee, and the District of
C'olumbia, .and sub-divisions thereof,
in the execution of this act, and all
officers and agents of the United
States and of the several states, terri
tories and sub-divisions thereof, and
of the District of Columbia and all
persons designated or appointed un
der aregulations prescribed by the Pres
ident whether such appointments are
made by the President himself or by
the Government or other officers of
any state or territory to perform any
duty in the execution of this act,
are hereby requitred to perform such
duty as the President shall order or
direct, and all such officers and
agents and persons so designatcd or
appointed shall hereby have full auth
ority for all acts done by them in the
execution of this act by the direction
of the President. Correspondence in
the execution of this act may be car
ried in penalty envelopes bearing the
frank of the War Department. Any
persons charged as herein provided
with the duty of carrying into effect
any of the provisions of the act or the
regulations made or directions given
-thereunder who shall fail or neglect to
perform such duty and any person
charged with such duty or having and
exercising any authority under said
act, regulations or directions, who
shall knowingly make or be a party to
the making of any faiso or incor-rect
registration, physical examnination, ex
emptdon, enli'stment, enrollment, or
muster; and any person who shall
make or be a party to the making of
any faltie statement or cer-tificate as
to the fitness or liability or himself
or any oth~er person for service under
the provisions of this act, or regula
tions made by the President there
under, or otherwise evades or aids
another to evade the requirements of
this act or of said -regulations or who
in any manner, shall fail or neglect
fully to perform any duty required
of him In. the erout- of this act,
shall, if not subject to military law,
be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction in the District Court of the
United States having jurisdiction
thereof be punished by imprisonment
for not more than one year, or, if sub
Ject to military law, shall be tried by
court-martial and suffer such punish
ment as a court-martial my direct
Now, therefore, 1, Woodrow Wilson,
President of the 'United States, do
call upon the Governor, each of the
several States and Territories, the
Board of Commissioners of the Dis
trict of Columbia and all officers and
agents of the several States and Ter
ritories, of the District of Columbia,
and of the counbles and municipali.
ties therein to perform certain duties
in the execution of -the foregoing lait,
which duties will be communicated
to them directly in regulations of
even date herewith.
And I do further proclaim and give
notice to all persons subject to regis
tration in the several States and in
accordance with the above law that
the time and place of such registration
shall be between 7 a. m., and 9 p. M.,
on the 5th day of June, 1917, at the
registraition place in I the precinct
wherein they have their permanent
homes. Those who shall have attain
ed their twenty-first birthday and who
shall not have attained their thirty
firsit birthday on or before the day
here named are required to register
excepting only officers and enlisted
men of the regular Army, the Navy,
the Marine Corps and the National
Guard and Naval Militia while in the
service of the United States ,and of
fleers in the Officers' Reserve Corps
and enlisted men In the Enlisted Re.
serve Corps while in active service.
In the territories of Alaska, Hawaili
and Porto Rico, a day for registration
will be named in a later proclamation.
And I do charge those who through
sickness shall be unable to present
themselves for registration that they
apply on or before -the day of regis
tration to the county clerk where they
may be for instructions as .to how
they may be registered by agent.
Those who expect to be absent on the
day named from the counties in which
they have their permanent homes may
register by mail, but their mailed reg.
istration cards must reach the place
in which they have their permanent
homes by the day named herein.
They should apply as soon as practica.
ble to the county clerk of the county
wherein they may be for instructione
as to how they may accomplish their
registrattion by mail. In case suc
persons as, through sickness or ab.
sencel may be unable to present tlem.
selves personally for registration shall
be sojourning in cities of over 30.000
population, they shall apply to the
city clerk of the city wherein they
may besojourning rather than to the
clerk of the county. The clerks ,od
counties and of cities of over 30,000
populat,ion in which numerous appli
cations from the sick and from non
residents are expected are authorized
to establish such sub-agencies and to
employ and deputize such clerical
fforce as may be necessary to accom.
modate these applications.
The power against which we are
arrayed has sought to impose its will
upon the world by force. To this
end it has increased armament until
it his changed the face of war. In
the sense in which we have been
won't 'to think of armies, there are no
armies in this s-truggle. There are
entire nat-ions armed. Thus 'the men
who remain 'to till the soil and man the
factories are no less a part of the
army t'hat is in F'rance 'thani the men
beneath the battlefiags. I't must be
so with us. It is not an army that
we must shape and train for war; it
is a Nation. To this end,- our people
must draw close in one com'pact tront
against a common foe. But 'this can
not be if each man pursues a privatte
purpose. All must pursue one punr
pose. The Nation needs all men;i
but it needs each men not in .the
field that will most please him, but in
the endeavor that will bes-t serve the
common good. Thus, though a sharp
shooter pleases to operate a trtp.
hammer for the forging of great guns,
and an expert machinist desires to
march with the flag, -the Nation 'is
best served only when the sharp
shooter marches and the machinist
remains at his lever-s. The whole na
tion must be a -team in which each
man shall pley 4-he part for whuic1
Ihe is best fit-ted. TPo this end, Con
gr'os has providled that the Nation
shall be0 organized for war by selec
tion and that each man shall be chaisei.
fled for service in the placeo to which it
shall best serve the general good to
The signifioance of 'this cannot be
over-etated. It is a new thing in ourI
history and a landmark in eur
progress. * * * * *
lIt is essential that the (lay be ap.
preached in thought/ful appreh entsion
of is significance aind That we accord
to tit the honor and the meaning that
it deserves. Out- indus-ties nteed pre.O
scribes' that it be0 not made a techni
eal holiday. butt the stern sacr-ifice that
is before uts ur-ges that 'it 1)e caried
in all our hearts as a great day of
patriotic dlevotion -and obligation wh-len
the duty shall lie upon every man,.
whether he is himself to be register-ed
or not, to see to it that 'the name of
every male person of 'the designated
ages is writien on 'these li'sets of honor
In witness whlerecof I htave horonuntc
get my hatnd and caused the seal of
the United States to be affixed.
Done at the City of Washington this
18th (lay of May. in the year of our
Lord, one thousand nine hundred an-I
seventeen, and of the Independence cof
the United States of America the one
hundred and forty-firet.
By the President:
ROBEDRT LAN lUNG,
Secretary at 8tata
1--Ener A. Sperry. noted invent
submarines. 2-The millitary port of
sent to France. 3-On1e of the new
rafts taken from the selzedj German si
NEWS REVIEW OF
THE PAST WEEK
American Destroyers Already Are
Taking Part in the War on
FIRST TROOPS GOING SOON
President Orders Division Under
Pershing Sent to France at Once
Draft Registration Set for
June 5-Hollweg Refuses
to Discuss Terms
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
The American navy is represented
in the war zone, and an American war
ship has had a light with a German
So much was revealed on Wednes
day by the British admiralty, which
announced the presence in British wa
ters of a squadron of American de
stroyers. It mentioned the "brush'
with the submarine, but did not tell
the result. Both the British and the
i American naval authorities maintaln
a policy of silence concerning the cap
ture or destruction of U-boats.
The destroyers, which are under the
general command of Itear Admiral W.
S. Sims, arrived at Queenstown and
were inspected by a British officer,
who asked the Ameriean commander
when he could be ready for business.
"We can start at once," replied the
American, and they did.
Tihere is reason to believe some of
these destroyers took part in the re
cent big raid on the German subma
rine base at Zeebrugge.
The American vessels and their
crews were given an enthusiastic wel
come at Queenstown, and Vice Admiral
Beat ty anld Admiral Mayo exchanged
congra tulIatory cablegrams.
Pershing to Lead First Force.
Frnidaiy eveing, President Wi~lsoni is
suied orders for the diispatchi to France
of the first American expeditionary
force. It will be ab~out onie dilvision oIf
28,000~l men~, alil veterans of the regu
12ar'tarmhy, and1( will be commanided by
Maj. Geni. J. J. Pershing. This foret
will be' senlt across as5 soon as is pr'ac
ticalte, in responise to the appeals ol
the' Brit Ish and1( Frenchi wvar mlissionis
ate, was signed by the pre'sidenlt, bul1
ihe annoutltned~ t hat for tile prnesent, al
least, he wouldi not accept tihe Itoose
velt voiluniteer divisions. In ai publlh
staltemen'It lie hanided s0ome biouqtit
bushiess now ill han ld is utuirllamat ic
pr1actia and1 of1( 41 scietif ie (dinliteeI 01
andii precislin," lie wals actting unlder eX
lpilirt14 atl rofessiona11 adice'i34 fromi bo4)l
sidles of 1the walter. The14 presidlent als<
mien subjecLt to 4)el1ective coniscrIiptiol1
to register OnI .11une 5~.
,Japan 1also began taxling ani active
part in the warfare in I~urope las'
week. A number of Japanese gun
boats11 arrived at Marseille to aid ii
1114 fight 01n sublmarines land to convo)
IFrench mlerchalntmnen, and it wasi un1
ollielally stated that a contingent o:
.Jlalanese tr'oops wats hindied lat tilt
same1( plort and1( would fight on the wves
front atlonigsid3 the Rutssian dliisfo
that has1 been there for' s0ome time.
Building Up Out' Armies.
With 110 iliusionis as to the' serious
ness of the task c3onfrontinlg ii, tilt
adinltistraitioni is prloceeding steadil l
ini its preCparaltion for the part ti
tlinitedi States Is to p)1lain the war
l'eidn Wilson hast ord(ered thle reg
ular1 army brought up to full wial
st renigih, and1 all tile mainitery foi
ralisinig the great selective dIraft arm113
is r'eady. All over tile counltry' ih(
triinhg camps for oficer's wer<
opewnedl at the b~eginning of t he week
antd thousands of eflicienit young~
Amierieans are bleing drilled ini the dui
110es of commllanidinig oflcers. The saht
of "LIberty" bonds in denoina111tions
as low tas $50 is in full swing. To pro
vidle for the country's own expenses .a1
/ h -lrr. the" anettons n
IIholitiles It device calultitted to destroy
entry for the Amerleinn troops that nare
le lthe Papers of 11 pedlestrinni. 41-Life
e U. S. destroyer Jenlkins.
war liSt he ('1tri l n vli'Igoroulsly aind
failth kept w-it (Ith( cotiry's lallies.
Professor Ailiukoff was for(ed to c41lit
the enihinet mid was at t('4'l'1ts for
eign) tinlister, by Tereschteniko, wh-]ile'
erewsky, wi was taInister or juistle('',
beenntie inuaiister of war :ud i1't1an1'.
Genieralls Brulssilotffuu k and 11()11(
other. comintanders who 11tad resigned,
were persalided to witdri t(heir rti
ignationls, 1id lurned tIr. eiergies to
wa1 d slopping 11h4e di sintegration of tihe
All this soItidls V1nC()utragitg. 1ti11 it
bty e Itulssiat (.nlh beb -t irmn lo her
pledges. If nt, it ttnin s IuerIely t Ihe
prolongaltion of the war nnd tle do
fer'ring (if th. 4ertain ultitte result
t defeat of Ihe (n11itrail powers.
'Tle United SI ittes begatn gi viltg con
'rete id to Rtuislht ont Wednesday,
when Serelary MlAdoo gave to its
charge dl'afaItires $100,'00,000 of thle
alied loanl, withl the speel114-ntionl thalt,
tle 1tuone(y )e s)e.Int Iin til- cotilnlry
under tihe supervislon of lit treaury
departinent. 'Tle Anerlean mission
to Russin, headed by Mr. Root, waS
gIven its ilst ru'ctionis, but It ('nn1tnot
trelah l'etrograld for albolit two 111ots.
Ielgimi got a share of tie loan
when Air. AleAdon handed its re'pare
sentatives it crit for $45.000,000.
s Italian Offensive Begun.
With tlie pmaing of winter condi
ttions Itily beganla It VIgorols, offensive
onl Aoli(lndy, itttnevking fihe Austrians
along ilte entire isf'nzo front. The
enmy fought blick sturdily, it was
t forced to give ground In tile region of
Plava, north of Goritz. In this It ly
Is only' aicipa m tig a grand aissiaut
which Ihe Austrinis liul heen preintr
Ing to make. The fighting continued
throughout the week with varying for
Itines, the Italin ns slowly pu1ig
their wnly toward Trieste, their ob
Rleleased t empor'a rIly frmitn the ne
cessity of glutrding at rongly Itie enst
ernt front. Gern'utnay broutght fr'otn
there to Frtance a ltarge niuber of
then int o the4 at ruggle al tnat the
Br'itlih and Fraenchl. Genteral lInig's
men itre now confrotinag greaiter en
emny forces thant att any tin' In the
iiat, bt beforte the week ended they
were' tn fiull possessionli of IlI ~lcourt,
t he vI iag.e for whleh(i te Germtans
fought soi de4speraittIely hecanuse It pro
teeted Queinnt, the aouther'n end of ian
Iipor'tati hin of detfentses.
On the Freii'h firon tihe most vIolent
fightling wits nhout L, taXatinx i, a post
c'ourit. Againan 11( agalin thle Gernmnsta
matde dleaperte t atttemtst to r'egin
this ground, but. thle Fretnch repualsed
thlemi wIth tierr(i'afle loss5es.
iny ~lti b rnig villanges behInd the
G4eaira fr'ont nothI andit Souath of St.
Quentln indIented tin IntentIon of thia
Gerans to entr'ay out it further r'e
I'timent. St. Quet'in t It sel f hats bee'n
bu1 'rig for tootne t ine.
Gene'ral l'ettan ont Tuesayi3 wat :ip
14o inted'(1commiander' In chie f of thle
IFrenct(hi amie(sI i ranoce, Gen'aernaI NI
vo~'ll' witS givent 'oinntind oif a groutp
of armies, nd Genernl Iochl breenti ie
chIef of staff of thle war' ministray. I'e
tain ginedt fatme anid hIgh lopulrit~ly
In Great Birituin, too(, theire wtas a
shiak e-up, o genralI :t afI for t a iti nvy
be'Ing formed in response to Ithe at
intt'kx on thle tadmirasl ty. Adm111ia l .
l(liei ads tlhe statff.
A grit iIfyIig decr'ease In 1the nittaher
of vessels atunk bly subahraiins, was
repiort ed b~y the iish lamiral y.
Whet her thIs Is due to the Iincr'easing
ntt acks on Zeehmruigge b~y srt andt iair,
or to the r'ecent 5t t'ruct Ive fir'e rat t he
W~il1hel mclhiaven wvharves, or'4 to lie
litiat'e number4't of U-bhoata eniught Inr tile
Bitish net s-reotted to be4 biet ween
M0 andt 100-Ia11 not known oulttid of
llng Il i of1th' kisl's dle'(Jare i'ta('i.
mel4s ta atwee'k, whe'i ItlindurI'llS 5ev
t'ar'ed11 d ip lt'e roht 11on11 with Gebr
I 'einier I ,1ayd Geoi'ge offered .loh'i
1Ledmnd4 inaaamedliite homell ruie for
Irelani~, .'x'ludtinig northtwestt Uilter,
or at plitan for ani IrIsh convention to
arrantge i plihm. ltedmnoand aiccepte'd
the lalter' suggestion.
' To Uitedl States lost one of Its
-amost distigishedl and honored cIti
-zens In the suidden death of Joseph
t H. Chtoate, eminent lawyer and former
e ambassador to Great Britain.
or, who has subtittted to Ihe naaivia al n
Brest, whIclh Is lkely to he the port 01
olicemen of 1etrogr-li about to exail
eanmer Cinclinnalt nhtout to be put on ti
mlittee silitlitted to lte senate the
greatest war hudget in tlie history of
tle nation, the totail beling nicarly $3,
400.000.000. All tht- week the house
(lented Ile wtr reventue bAIL.
Aggravated by crithelsins of con
gress for Its alilegeil dl latorilness in tihe
mat tter of wila legislition, ann 1y senna
tors on V nestay ilt terly aittacked
the war polleles of tie government.
Their espeelal tarets were Secretary
of WIl P Haker. the d alvisory aomiuiiiils
sloan of the Coumell of Natlaial De
fense, the car etlielency committee of
the Amaericin ItaIiway assoclatIon, pro
posil of a fooI dictat orshllp and phlns
for fixing niaxiltitm ntid mltilinum
prices. Thle outbrltsts of tle senlators
showed they were speaking In large
muenasure lin belhilf of tlie bisiness con
cerns of their respective localities who,
they asserted, laid land no chtance to
get government contrtacts.
Trading in Futures Stopped.
Food supply aiitters Ili AtnerIci
moved rapidly toward it crisis lasi
week. Actuated presumaibly by tht(
Invest igations of the government int
gambling lin foodstuffs, and by the tre
mendous rise In the price of wheat
the Chicago honrd of trai(e and th,
grain exchinges of several other 1111d
Ile West cities put a stop to tradin
in futures. Wheat and flour price
fell promptly and decisively. The goN
ernment gathered the necessatry (lit
for prosecution of tile wheat gambler:
iand then got after Ile butter ad eg
men. The government also came t
(le conclusion Ihiatt the exorbitan
prices of wheat and flour were due I
part to lie gigantle wheat buying or
eratlions of Great Brlitain and IFrant
atd asked them to dispose of their fill
mense hlings of grain for future de
livery. This t liet iles Ikgreed to de
atnd thley ilso nagreed to co-operit
with the United Statles in it poolinj
sy-st emt to appilortliateI exp~orts.
All In a posltloon to kniow scout thr
Iden thalit there wIll be an luisufllclency
of food it tias couuntry. 'The problem
Is to reguhite the dIstrIbution and1( tht'
Holiweg Won't Talk of Terms.
'1the lamperlal rulaers of Geranuy tarc
not yet hioldinag ot ant ityallable p)ercl
uapon wh-eh thea dove of pea1ce mlghat
alight. Stubbornly reslsting thle pr-od
dling of hothI thte pan-G;eranas iand the
Sociats, the clhinneellor, Doctor Hol
weg, onl Trueschay told the reichistag
andi the world thbat the timea wvas not
fltting for it stateament of Geraany's
wvar alams or pieace termas. Thie maill
ttry situation oif the central pow~ers.
lie dleclatred, was satIsfactory, anid ha
itutited thlat lhey were read~y to griant
lberail tearmis to Itussint, If that strug
gllng nittion deslared to get out of the
confilet. Ihut hie atssertedl there wu-as nr
reason to helleve aglanid and lerance
w~ouald itt par-sent lstena to any proposl
tI ins froat Germtan ty, attia to manke atny
woul lie conistruaed by themn as an evl
d-ance of wen kenin ag. Oan the whole,
athe clbtaaael lor's spech-l wast 1h(ld( atnd
def-Iitt andia hIs pos1tit (does niot seema
to lie weatkened, dlespi te the conatinued
a ttnitk s aona ahim. The miost statlinag
aif thaese ntnaeks last week wais anmdel
bay Geuig I .edeboura, SocIali1st le-iader
who witaned thIe relahsttag ta t evenats
mu tst hape Pin'tI German y its they hatve
in I tisslit andi t hit thIle pieoplle mautst
sooni iiIP1 ~ int t areputbl Ic In Ge-any,
TPhouagh such-l satim ents are support
(ed Iby tat ny, It is lIkely Ithe muass of
4)) otItt inith (mialre Is hettaer repre
-ett ealylr liv e- teslcke, presIdent of
Ithe G erana Farmer-s' unilon, wh~o de
nountcedaa te Saeid tlIst iaims its sInIster
atal unttl-atioaud, anad Its tendlling to a
prlon~gationt of Ithe wnir slince, its aie
derhlt red. I le a-tena-te baasedl - theIr
"I'rea-sid eint WVIlsoni." It-arr Itoaeslke
cotittuid, "wantts no Iience wvIllh tht
Ililuhnzuillerni. butt at imoarcihay Is aaac
deaeplly rioutI in Geranaiu hieari-s lot
ha- iumij!gi.\ of ithle (!ntenite or of
h'reshhi, Wilsaon ta lie capaale air ale.
Developments In RussIa.
manntuaueda tao sattle thie (-rIsIs in thal
ctotair by ti' foratttlin of iiaaai olaitm
ei-at in i wlea-ltl eleimeints. laIil
lng thea worukmen~. the soldieras iad a-va
the lausa anat, a ire represettda. P rlinea
I lvofl', the pireier, thent tannounttteet
that for thle first tIme te htad a gaav
mtni atori aIi-ty andit matrIa-I athonwer
'PThe peacea-wi thoutt-tnnexitionts-or-In
deanities faictions~ stIll adhere to tha
polIcy. but nll seoam naedthat th
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One box of Tutt's Pills save many dollars in doc
tor's bills. A remedy for diseases of the liver
sick headache, dyspepsia. constipation and
billottaness, a mliilon people endorse
Kill All Flies! THED SE AD
'laced anywheroDtay Fly Killer attracts and killsso
plea. Neat, clean, ornanental, convenient, and chea
1tipoyeortitlae "cesl s
Daisy Fly Killer
Sold by deals.a .;
Aim - by east,... rt'e. alw
4ARCLD SoMERs. 250 DE KALB AVE., BROOKLYN, N. V.
O.I.C.Pios forSale in e32i" bo",w
ONWARD. No. 142119." lIl stro "nson No i1.";
Ito by "Progsreso'tsr. No. Wt2." 1n rod by bl. A. Foster.
HowsI ncluds"Alustei:., bib2t."22 tionths old, wsighs
over GM0 pounn; "'vi rglinin. No. 6"t1" a arand
swe-pstilkes Sow. Mill snd fontain pigo a ilped
ntlywlherso on approval. Writo for pricos. H11ol i -
hurst Farm, Q H. WitIsor, Prop., Loulac, Va.
tsr illro InveNstd lit ostabliahed oil co.
$10.00 'ill& wit r"'s rio , ilin eos, tank
etst. lroduis n i y t vuor i06or8 1c tnI favtit
" tI*he you have bee i Very SiCk.
man." saile 11minn1ger of the gakrage.
"es."replie'd .\r. I-rastus Ilink
le-y. "lOvy n1ius' dlespalired of ltny recov
ery. 1111n inever 11.14 11o doubt about
lit n -I . 11J s' hald t) get Well."
"\'. siuh, I kloswtled I Watn't good
enott-P4h lto gio henIw~ ven. Ant' workin' InI
dis gttrags hIas got tilt' soited so chock
Jil o' gasolitwi , til wasn' it t IllI e Of
d14,1r \\anltin', lint, 31r,111' de other. pince.'
SOFT, CLEAR SKINS
Made So by Daily Use of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment-Trial Free.
Thie latst lhng at night. and the flrst
iI the imorini hg, ilte the file freely
with Cutiurit Soap and hlot water. If
tn're are pimliples or doiadruflf smear
thtiihvi (! utetirt 01ntinent before
hthing. Nothing Iettr thain Cuticura
for (11111y toilet prepa i l onls.
Free sinple itch by ualil wtli Book.
Address posteird. (utleuro, Dept. L
Jit onl. Sold every where.-- A dv.
Back to the Soil.
'l'b' yotung k-it. Iimlit for generalii
fuervitce, vo luti er d forit' wos~'~Vrk fon thet
hituil. Ile went dow~n to his fathier's
l'gginus 1111l NtorfolIk Jacket sitriing
"i iallo. Stmutty '" lit ('rldt ats lie
''"Varin11tg. I' vt gone baek t o the
''An I ood at111 it?"-grin0nedl the fri end.
'"I shiotuld tinklI 5(! See this piece
ofi Imoo~rilaml? lh'fore' I enmeii Itit ws
gtoing to Wilsit' n1 ist'Il tiall; but. with
at ltol of workI l'vte turn'ied It into ia rip.
11in' gsl iinks1 ."' Nt'w 'York~ (Olobe.
Druggist's Customiers Praise
Dr. Kihner 's Swamtp-Rloot is the
best. seller on the imarket today in this
localhity.. I believe it is all tht is claimed,
1011n1 (liltng lmy e'xpertience of eight years
iln handhnilg it as a kidney, liver and blad
der' reietdy I have never heard a single
ctmphuitnt and know that it .has produced
very, bencheil results in many cases, ac
corditg .to the reports of my customers
who praise it highly.
Very truly yours,
IIERBERT *S. MAXWELL,
June 5, 1916. Plymouth, Mass. -
Prove What Swanip-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., ,for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also. receive a booklet of vahiable
information, telling about the kidneys
and b/ladder. When writing, be sure and
mention this paper. Regular fity-cent
find one-dollar size bottles for sale at all
An Alpine gincit'r hats been convert
('d hint) unl let' mhine bly ai practical
Swiss, whoit ininles atni imrkets the Iee.'
The purgative forces within the body ueu
1) AN 'EUCAlj I i 'LSt make Nature a
afrs as.etutse they are tonio as well
Only busy ieni find time to do the '
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