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There was never a timo when the sao.
rifices and the help of women were more
preciated than at the present time.
Women should learn war-nursig and
aursing at home. There is no better
way than to study the new edition of thq
a Common Sense Medical Adviser
with chapters on First Aid, Band
Anatomy, ygiene, care of the ac
Diseases of WN omen, Mother and Babe, the
Marriage Relations-to be had at some
drug-etores or send 50c. to Publisher. 604
Washington Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
If a woman suffers from weak back
%ervousness or dizzinesi-if pains affict
her the best tonic and corrective is one
0ii up of native herbs and made with.
out alcohol, which makes weak women
starng. and sick women well. It is the
prewn tion of Dr. Pierce, used by him
Inactiva practice many years and now
sold by almost every druggist in the
and, in liquid or in tablets. Send Dr.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y 10c. for trial pkg.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are also beet
for liver and bowel trouble
yih) re..wunmend Dr.-I
1iem's Favorite Pro.s
eription to women who
bare reacedb middle li
a oerodb and weaken
t ooodition and suffer
1rit6 bes" 6aah, and
*lsinetS. I was very
amberable as that stage
of my tile and had is not
been for the 'Favorit
Prseritioo' I doubt . -
I would be here today. .
by health imnpruvd,,
=ly while takn the.
bottde so I ket o"
t1=koag it until 2 the
d4rn conLtioue had left me &ad I wa safely
h ibe en"i
-Mrs. 3. M. Hsje. 930 AAw .
GENERALLY PAYS TO "STICK"
Win Who I* Constantly Changing Jobs
Is Not Usually an Emp oyee of
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"Al-r.1/'h ghC..j a Ste -
'I'h .- Il-m s Shak. ro e in a ra .
a e. d .... .rw.:
done when one
This cereal food
ucom ed~ part
sug~ar made from~
its own grains.
AGAIN IS BELGIAN
THEIR DEMAND TO BE SERVEC
WITH VICTORY VIGOROUSLY
PRESSED BY ALLIES.
SEEKING HAVEN OF SAFETY
Americans to the East on Both
Sides of the Meuse River Are
SIoWly Going Forward.
The Belgian, coast again is Belgian.
Jermany's dream of an invasion of
Fngland across the North sea from
Calai Is ended.
Belgian Planders is being last evac
uated by the enemy. and his line from
the Belgian frontier to the Meuse river
gradually is giving way tinder the at.
tacki of the British. French and
.\nerican armies which acre demand
ing to be serveti with victory.
A haven of safety in a 4horter and
more coropact :ine is being sought
by the Germans in order to escape
annihilation by their foes. Everywhere
they are being whipped. But seem.
ingly they are still far from defea.
In Blgium the enemy !s givirg
ground safelv et-' .%-, * -... ,
Menaces them but from the French
frontier to the Meuse :iver be stil
ii fighting desperatPel to hold back
the lower jaw of the great roch pr.n
e'er frcom elosing in a grea: ConTerg.
.ig movement and -nrappi..ng 4r
maw tbe German fi-ht- .i.-e .
its ent:rety. (h Oft !bet Arfa: s4- k
betweet the North .-"a aied :be Lvg
rIver .he enemy :S i'i'eing t :ia IT
end eir to prevern :-3.: urf it? :er..
we:: in Holeland Ha' hocp; a :h
he will be able 1,c ye kz;w- r. aIj
The he lksew:hAn~y,
wo~ base! a -e M .e, m .h'M
b::In f:o:ward :>ward d A>
mae ?'u:'d -:b: -a r won) ;a being
::> M .a d - the. "ase t h
'es Ma'od: :a.a A.aia .~ fast
a 'eared o! he enerni and in
-rka : e Teut.;n -Ied forCe.s have
bee dy-ena mssnor-h1 of Nish.
1-u Syria the - 'rzu- for-pi; of Gen
eriai AHenby !ow j; a e~tt Wie h
THE LACK OF AMMUNITION
IS H4AMPERING OPERATIONS
B"r:- i Mdar:r an Frarme.A
'te.e W u ja t i '. t. 1
patit .tf t*: .seI. am Ar.
V'09: Vi f-4m i n~fl r *Q,.w b eT - A .
wate renu~. tan ,&A bs VLut
i'Uar 1.'d ter il l . 5e a an
Care ords-r:- i.how ha' ther
ma t*nr havie be-,n *'ed to
suesln ine'kc.a~s ofl highe ytie
and all ranksq have hee.n ,~fn.Jmmu
14 45e th"ir bran, eartregs wie,
re-triane. J',Y'- further ec'-ony in
'II e I ha ooing d'taratIions.
LiTTLE NEW INFORMATION
HAS REACHEO WASHINGTON
Wantglion it tle i*ae. Win forma.
tin reachedl Wea'in gton abonut the
develiopments eeoing forward4 i-- Ger
miany upotn wh'"h wIll *deed the na
ture of the nexg movie toward pieaee.
Th'e eltuatilon apparently is what it
hang bee~n for seveeraldlays.
AMERICAN INFANTRY SPRING
BiG SURPRISE ON GERMANS.
Whte Amleean Armey Northwe..
ofVardun.- The Anmirtganls s;'riung
5'.ether surprise ove'r the Gesrmi'ine,
Sthe infantry advancing north of Ro
'nanbge and taking Hlantheville with
Out. artalierv tpreparation. The Ameri.
'anfl tmu.h,'d the Gecrmnan infantry and
lknachhte runners hack after fighting
that lfasted all day.
Northwes of Orand Pre the Amer
I-ana captured Tlalma farmt in the fac~e
of a stiff miachine gun resistance.
THE CZEVO-BLOVAK NATION
DECLARES ITS INDEPENDENCE
Washington.--Ilndependne of the
(Uzeeho-Slovak nation was declared
formally by the Czecho-lovak nation
ali coneil, recognized by the United
States and the ontente allies as a b~ei
lgerent. de facto governlment. The
declaration renouncing allegiaance t~o
the H~apsbuirg dynsaty and announing
priue~iples for the foundation of a re
Pubili 'was -hatued it8 Paris and a eepy
Was hadd te Palnta Wum.
'112E PIOKUNS SmnmWNj
LOOK AT CHILD'S
TONGUE IF SICK,
HURRY, MOTHER!. REMOVE PO.
SONS FROM LITTLE STOMACH,
GIVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS
AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR
Look at tle' tongue, motherl It
coated, it is a sure sign that your 11t
tie one's stomach, liver and bowels
needs a gentle, thorough cleansing at
When peevish, cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu-:
rally, or is feverish, stomach sour,
brenth bad; has stomach-ache. sore
throat, diarrhoea. full of cold, give a
teaspoonful of "Oalifornia Syrup of
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, undigested food
and sour bile gently moves out of the
little bowels without griping, and you
have a well. playful child again.
You needn't coax sick children to
take fls harmless "fruit i xative;"
they love its delieous taste, and it
always makes then feel splendid.
Ask your drugist for a bottle of
"Chi'lforna Syrup of Pigs." which has
d'i'reons for balwes. children of all
ag'es r.nd for gro-wn-ups plinly on the
bott.fl. Beware of co-unterfelts sold
here. To b-e sure yo,, get the genulne,
ask to see that it is nmde b1y th., "Call
fornia Pig Syrup Conpnny." Refuse
an~y cfhe-r kind wvlh onte mpt.-Artv.
New Heat-Stroke Theory.
*-i~-d "hei rtoke" prmo "s to he
meri 'y -i symt'1 of maligia ut ininm lt
rin. ,teccrti ng to) the late t xperience
in Me-opitamia of Dr. C. E. IL Milner.
a Prili-h physielan. Tiet mmlari par
asite was fomul in the bluoidi of heat
str'ok" victims. and the. use of quinine
reduced the- mortality fromi more tha
25 f.e-r c-pnt ies i h 12 [Cr evnt.
When the hrt-eze tilov off t man's
l'Ut. ht- blAmheI the hat, not tihe share
ef his hoad.
M9vey is always a hatisfactory trav
Nervous and All Unstrung ?
P..] nervomus and irritable all the
Urnm.? Conthinrally worry over trifles?
7t-r-n there's something wrong. Back
of it all may be weak kidneys. Just
sa nerve wear is a cause of kidney
weakness 50 is kidney trouble a
r~a',e of nervousness. If yots have
ha':kar';he, "blue.," nervous spell.,
heuaa)~e.. dissy spelis, kidney ie
regularities and a tired, worn feel
ing, try Doan's Kidney Pills. They
are re:oiimended by thousands.
A North Carolina Case
Mrs. 8. W. Beat
ti', V/l 1. Ninth
1St., C:harbotte, N.
C., says: '1 used '
Pille for a severe
bac k.che f r o m
whi' h I bud suf
fered for yearrn anel
'.'euldn't find any
tiL ing t hat would
Eis r me relief. I
esw laoane's Kidney
Pills advertised and
got some aned nemed
ly cured me. I sin
in good. health at the present time and
et fo 'n's Kidney P'ills all the credit
OtDeea.. as Amr Stee. 00. aBe
VOSRmm...sco...3UAL. N. Y.
will set you right
BSmal Pill, $Small Dose, $Snal Pries
Carter's Iron Pills
Will restore colot to ttee faces of
those who lack Iron in the blood,
as most pale-faced people 6,
may 6e ceeked antd niore serioes pdltloe
of the throat will be oftea ake
stemaptly giving the chil a dof 01
.. -PICKENSI SOUT- OAROLIN
GERMANS ARE I
CnN''IN'UED STRONG PRESSURE
HASTENS ENEMY RETREAT
ALONG EXTENDED FRONT.
SUBMARNE FASE CAPTURED
Rapid Movement of Allies in an En.
dewor to Seal the Wesiern
Over a front of 40 miles, from the
North ans, in Belgium, to lle, in
northeru France, 'he Germans are in
general retreat before the Belgian,
Freuch and Briish armies. Likewise 9
the enemy is being forced to concede ,
defeat by retrograde movements be
fore the British and Americans south
east of Cambrai under attacks of
the French, in thepocket between the
Oise and Serre rivers north of laon,
and by reason of contiaued strong at.
tacks by th4 French and Ameticans
In Champagne and along the Meuse
Nowfire, however, is the enemy in
lisorder. In Belgian Flanders his
steps are being hastened by reason of
the swift drives into his line by the
British at Ulle. just south of the Bel- -
gian border. and by the French and
Belgians further north, which threaten
to compel him to enter Dutch terri. e
tory and fae internment unless he is 1
swift enough to withdraw out of the
entire pocket between the Scheldt
river ard the sea andreconstitute his '
line wi.h its right wing resting on Ant.
Ostend. one of the famous subma- C
rine bases on the sea, is in British
hands. Bruges is all but captured,
while to the south from the region i
east of Roulers the allied forces are
rast driving toward Ghent in An en
deavor to seal the western Flanders
iack and retain in it large elements of
the enemy's forces.
REPORTS THAT SUBMARINES ..
ARE ORDEREED BACK TO BASES
Amsterdam.-The Handelsblad pub
lishes with reserve a report that the
Geiman admiralty has issued wireless
instructions to all submarines to re
turn to their bases.
Dispatches from Berlin indicate a
strong anti-Wilson tendency, not only
in military quarters, but also in those
which have favored peAce.
For example. Herr Gothein, a mem
ber of the reichstag, writing in The
Zeintung Am Mittag, declares Presi
d'it .Wilson has given a death blow to
the idea of a league of nations. His
posi tioni, the writer aserts, is one of '
brute force rather than equal rights ~
and Germany would enter a league ~
under such conditions with feelinga U
bf "indesceibable bitterness."
The Cologne Gasette publishes a
manifesto of the conservative party
signed by Count Friedrich von West- ji
arp and other members of the party,a
dec laring that after President WiI- s
non's reply the contest of arms must y
be fought out to a finish. It paints a n1
terrible picture of the fate that would
befall an invadid fatherland.
QUIC: CONCLUSION OF WAR t
NOT LOOKED FOR BY EXPERTS e
JIondoni.--If the -war is brought to a~
queik conclusion It will be through !
political and moral factora, and not~
military, was the oinion expressed in
*omnpetent circles here It was point
ed out that the German position on
the western front cannot be termed
perilous, although at certain points
every changing front may render
some smail positions dangerousa at1
This view, which has been held by
many experts for some time has been
streng'thened by the German retreat
to the Hunding line With the Ameri
cans and French pushing hard on
this front the Germans doubtless were
forced to retreat faster tran they had
planned, but they lost comparatively
few prisoners and guns for such a
TO FiNA.'"' RECONSTRUCTION
OF THE JEWRY OF THE WORLD
Nsw York--A fund whch~ may reach
$1,000O,000,000 to be used to finanen the
reconstruction of the' Jewry of the
world will be sought by the joint dis
tribaption committee of the American
funds for ,Jewish war sufferers, which
it was announced here will undertake
what it describes as "the largest pur.s
lv humanitarian project in history te
be attempted by individual effort."
suecess of this projec'. is confidently
GERMAN PRESS PRINTS REPLY
OF THE PRESIDENT IN FULL
A 'mterdam.,Judging by Rheinish
anti "erlin newspapers received hero,
Pr.lent Wilson's reply was printed
in rfill in the German press . The
eepapers vauiously termed the re
ply "A trap," "Wilson's evasion'," "A
rud, answer." and the like.
Some of the nnwspapers do not at
tempt to comment on the reply, miere
Leavq it to. the suptetme anny
Just Once! Try Dc
Take No Calor
If bilious, constipated, he
relief without takii
Stop using calomel I It makes you
ick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
eel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti
sted, listen to me I
Caomel is mercury or quicksilver
rhich caqses necrosis of the bones
alomel, when it comes into contaci
'ith sour bile, crashes into it, break
igit up. This is when you feel thal
wful nausea and cramping. If yoi
re "all knocked out," if your liver Is
arpid and bowels constipated or you
ave headache, dizziness, coated ton
ue, if breath is bad or stomach sour,
ast try a spoonful of harmless Dod,
Dn's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to an)
rug store and get a bottle of Dodson't
Iver Tone for a few cents. Take a
poonful tonight, ald It It doesn'i
Watch Chains Disappear.
A London (E:Igland) West end Jew
ler says that two things seent to bt
assing out of fashion owing to the
ar-watch chains and cuff links.
Both these articles were on tlt
-ane before the war, but wri4
*ntehes, being essential for oficers
rought them quickly to the fore, and
ivilians have been rushing to buy
ein, in inany instances selling theli
atches and chains to buy the handlex
So with links. The soft double euff
-hich was such a nuisance to get thei
Ito, began thelr downfull i and the:1
haki shirts inade to button nt thc
-rist completed It. Now one sees ever
'I( best dressed men with shirt cuffM
uttoned at the wrist, and the link.
re put away in tlt- dra wer with''tht
Not strange that the IHun ts destroy
te trees on the French farinm. A
-lminal doesn't like a tree.
It Is hard for some people to enter
ny condition without looking for a
Do you feel tired and "worn-out?'
.re you nervous and irritable? Don't
leep well at''ilght? Ifave a "dragges
ut," untested feeling when you gel
p in the morning? Dizzy spells? Bli,
mus? Bad taste in the mouth, back,
che, pain or soreness in the loins
nd abdomen? Severe distress whe;l
rinating, bloody, cloudy urine or sed,
neat? All these indicate gravel oi
tone in the bladder, or that the pot.
rmous microbes, which are always ii
our system, have attacked your ki
You should use GOLD ME4DAY.
[aarlem 011l Capsulesi immedrstsly
'lhe oil soaks gently Into the walli
ad lining of the kidneys, and the lit
le poisonous, animal germs, which are
musin'g tfe'-Iiiftammation, are imme
lately attacked and chased out of
our system without inconvenIence 01
Many poplauaks the entstekr of
it stedoctors-call It-merely manfs
an oceastonal attack of tndlgsettion,
bloat, heartburn, belching. sour, gies
stomach, or acme other such tior cii
meat qutckly remedied-or wil cure it
self--and leave no serious after effects.
As a matter of feet superacidlty ia re
ments thato caue awf tl suffering an
t im el batls , fat *th at ks
cases of cbronte stomeb trouble. a
ernie. tonatitti sitiao rieilver
auto-lntoatcathon. dyapepete. ~etarrh of
the stomaeh. intestinal ulcer, -vencer of
hteartstoubnea, dheart failure, an h
trae .. rcly to an scp in to e n
motuth fro fermentationMo iao food
)oodgedl in the teeth-an aeid that Is ae
to at through te bard Enae oft e
teeth and de cay them. is It any wonder,
then,.th-st an excees amount of eclid in
ader alnc the strengtb andebreck. the
halth andl hapInes of nomany people?
own ab evtief tho at nitn people out of
If yon ever hope to be well end strong
- not oSWUo. AsM YOua
BI~pf4 @cR00 zwME
dson's fiver Tone!
nel! Listen To Me!
adachy or sick, I guarantee
1g dangerous calomel
3 and salivates.
straighten you right up and make you
feel flue and vigorous by morning, I
want you to go back to the store and
.get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
in destroying the sale of calomel be
cause it is real liver 1nediciftW--ehtirely
vegetable, therefore it can not salivate
or make you sick.
I guarantee that one 'spanfut of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep the entire family
feeling One for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
AU*e a Ine Genort
IML IT AIL K g a.
"Every one likes me," said the man.
"That is popularity," whispered the
"Every one likes me and envies me,"
said the mati, a year later.
"That is faie," whispered the little
"Every one despises me," said the
man a year later still.
"That is time," whispered the little
Never underestimate a quiet man
. grent ship at anchor seemns a help
Why horrow n part of tomorrow to
Phli ont tonight's sleep?
TO INSTANTLY PELIErV
MO FUNDED--AS 4 ANY ORUOGI3
W. N. U., CHARLOTTU, NO. 43-1918.
R BACK ACHES
D~on't ignore the "little pains and
aches," especially backaches.' 'They
may be little now--but'thnIee is ao tell. .
lng how soon a dangerous or fatal dis
ease of which they are the forerun
net's may show itself. Go atter the
,cause of that backache at once, or you
I may fiutu yourself in the grip of an in
-[Do not delay a minute. Go'to your
- drugglst and Insist on his supplying
you with a box of GOLD MEDAL
- anriem Oil Capsules. In 24 houre
you will reel renewed health and vigor.
After you haya cured yourself, con
tinmue to take 405 or two Capistes
each day mo as to keep in first class
contion.sm anti wardi off Ihe danger of
future attacks. Money refunded if
they do not help yott. A4t for tiie
origInni imported GOL.D bfiHDAT.
brand, and thus be sure of getting the
4t ti~s gt aiedb thking medlvlnes
tale geee sitrth that leave
the excess acid ettu a the stomach. You
ust depend uon o~ur food for io
stomach fre tret se...e4.jie
what you1 want ia relic--t -. ~and
here Is tla way..-a tultely. 8ease
tens of thxougands of tlne ime paleest
success. (Go to yoar 4 r aglthd get
Just pne package of NATO. - a Wen.
derfut preparat -ra that wil litearatly
stonmach 'rhe results obtine a t
othiog abort of iaarveus. tst In
uip fevitug after earlag. betobin . Seart.
stomaeb feel cr1 anch .fotmblethe
fa yo neihis her tsyyour own
nATO.I I absolutely gustsanted, so
et a tugs 1x frorn your drugst. if
iefoe youir drai i o no~ keep
Wabash Ave., Chicago, fil., and they wilt
at once mail you a 500 bo undt you1 (au
s4n th em the money for it after you re
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