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Mysteries of Rheumatism
Aotion in the Tissues of a Remarkable Antidote
S. S. S. is a Regular Wizard in Driving Out Rheumatism.
Rheumatism Is often the eflect of some body. It rushes Into every cell, causes
other blood aftlietion that hasloft It, h1. every bone. mlliaent, tendon
press in the joints. lt1:, -es .1, atneets uousrfaco jjju every nerve to thrill
coverings of the body. I' wor!s i-:to the with freedom, with health, with new
tissue cells. those tily, 1.ttle odites iI found .qringiless.
which niutritien gos Iin. .\nd! it is here0 And best of .l1, S. S. S. though a pow
that a most remariable minelchne known erful searching. overwhelming eny to
as S. S. S. does its Inost active and most paln and the causes of rlunuatism Is as
effective work. ptiIO as the dew on a peaci blossom, ts
Its action is marvelous. Bed-ridden powerful as the heroic works of nature,
rheuiaties Sut on their feet as If by 's searching as the peremptory demand of
magic. That cold, clatunmy sensation that tho most exact science.
made you hug a red hot stove Is gone in Ask for and insist upon getting S. S. S.
a twinkling. That excruciating pain that the world'. cure for rheumatism.
made a feather lay as heavy as a ton of For privteo personal advice on stub.
coal on the skin is gone. You get up and born chronic rheumatism write at once
dance with glee. to the Swift Specifi Co.. 203 Swift Build.
Your rheumatism Is gone-absolutely! Ing, Atlanta, Ga. Their medical depart.
It Is an actual logical fact, that Swift's ment Is famous on all blood diseases. and
Sure Specific flushes your blood, gives Is euipped to make personal blood tests.
your entire blood circulation a fine approved by the highest medical authort
thorough bath. It just naturally and in a ties. Got a bottle of S. S. S. today. Then
twinkling iirlgates every atou In VoLi away goes rhOeumatism for all U
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardu, the woman s
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardu1, I began to feel like a net woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as oeell as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonsc
a trial. I still use Cardti when I feel a little bad,
and it always does ie . good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out tI'Mings, etc. ,are siie signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a miaktaee in trying Cardui
for your trouble. it has been helping eak, ailing
womien for more than fifty years.
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Deeds of Heroism Mark the (
of the Great Sea-Going I\
by German Submarine.
London, May S.--How the Lusitanla
was sunk, the story of the light to save
the passengers, the struggle for life
in the water after the giant liner dis
appeared-the story of what happen
ed in the great marine tragedy, was
related today by survivors. Wh le
t here is much conflict in their narra
tives from them have been gathered
facts which, wien assembled, forim a
story which stands only second to
that of the Titanic disaster.
Tlie L.usitania was steaming along
on the last leg of her voyage to Liver
11001, making 16 knots. It was about
2 o'clock in (he aiternoon. The day
was clear and calin. The sun was
It was a beautiful day at sea.
In the imoriing the Speed of (he ve ;
sel had been reduced by Capt. Turner
wheni off Fastnet, probably in fear of
scattered mines. The ship was glid
ing along smoothly. Most of the sa
loon passengers were at luncheon.
Some had qluit he saloon an1d were on
deck. A majority of the second class
and steerage passengers also were on
Passengers lolled in steamer chairs
or phyed at quolts. Others Ilined the
railings, peering anxiously out over
the water. For there was much nerv
ouis tension due to the ever present
peril of submarine attack.
On the bridge a sharp lookout was
Sharply at 2:0) the signal was given
froi the bridge: "Full speed ahead."
The liner pluinged forward u nder tihe
new impllets. The whole of the shii's
comlipantiy seemle(d to feel tile tillil of
(lie nlew% iovenienti. P'assen gers on
deek IIlocked to tlie side.
Sliddenily a cry rose fro-l seatere(
peints of atlle on ith starboardl
side, There's a subtiarine.
A bout a Ilousantd yards off the sIai
!.oard ihowln passeigers saw breakiig
the sn-gliied sirface lie sleek Ill
of a dreaded untider-water craft. It
rested for but a ilolenlt oi tle srt
face, thhn as quickly sibiierged.
This apparilion was the oly wtaii
ing giren1i. Tiiere was al imlletuolus
rush h> the side or the ship onl the sa
loon deck . Oi the saloon deck, faces
riieccicl lmort of curiosity than fear.
.\ lontg tie ot her classes aboard ex
ement l f1t gajitl- hold and pant tioe
wats intiplieIt . .\Ixious eyes we'e" e
turnIed to tlie bi ge.
The firs li h (of th0w -iem n id
.im- pa:-, ed wh:1.n t114-"( arose4 aIt r
cini iolis cry frot w1:0 ':(chiteri'
'"'h cre's a torpedo cinig -; :ai ght
]'r41i t poin wh1eik the . lio'larinlh'
Oark, a grea'Ot wlite steak, the trt 1
(.f thm, torpvdo), was t raced. ItI was
aitn'ul slight ly ahead of thle Lutsit ania1,
hias the liner plunged forward at
'i at speed. thle t rac k seemiedl to v'etr
iorte andti morte towardt a ploint aid~
sipts uni 311It st ruck fait' byetween the
i'st and1 seondi~ funniel s withi a doll
'There was great learIng of metal,
tollowed by a leriiit e'xploslont in thie
stoke hol'. Th'le ship trembtifledl fromit
st i m to sterni. The (leeks si'itined to
ri-a indoer' foot. Thle linte set Iled a;
steatti andt water'i rose andi ('oa1 andt
f lin .ni a ainichie Ott th up'a per' deck'
The liner'aptare tol'falt'ir, then
e:1]led a:; t he htliti wats swun iti \ t't
helmIi a se('ondu lorpedo piderce'd hit'
huow. Aboutt fiour miintltes ittetrvtetd
htw\0een thle t wt. Somtie lassenigetrs
tate t hat ntionly13 a secondt~ but a
I hit't torpodo stu'k the shipt. It Ia
:enerat lb etl, htowever' Ithat thle
e'xidoson ofit uthle second~ trpetdo was
It was while thle ship was making 21
kntItts with at heavy li st to st arboeard
that the ot'der was giveni, Itmedatelly
aftleri thle secotd mltoissi e sItruck, to low
eri the btoats.
Altiong thle saloon pa ssen get's r'ela
i e ('alm prevalled. It wais thle geni
etal113 neceoptd idea t(0Ihat thle Lusitlai a.
Vol It!loat. 'Cootl hteads5 't oel led
calom anid Ithe motre I tiorous were
ytuietedl. .atny of the first enbin3 pas5
sen ger's wet about thIr11 deorturet 1
leisitriely, somne event remitaininog at ta
ble 1311 uni luneon wasl ~t( conclude.
Below. the scene enactedl was widle
ly' different. Wotmetn, tmany of Itheti
withI babies itn their a rms, beecamie pan
did( their best to calm them.
Fumes arising fronm the exptlosion
itetrmeatedl the ship andl many fell un..
Onscious to the deck. Mleanwhile the
crew struggled valiantly to lower the
boats. But due to tile high sp~eedl of
the vessel and the heavy list the boats
fouled the davits or coulid not be swvung
out to clear the side.
Finally upward of 20 boats were put
intn the water. Sevealn were ampm
losing Chapter in the Life
lonster. No Warning Given
ed when they struk the water; other
were capsized in the swell from the
Life belts had been distributed
among the passengers but many pas
sengers (lid not wait to equip them
selves with the preservers. Some
jumped over the side and were knock
ed unconscioits when they struck;
other leaped with life belts on and
switin to overturined boats, there to
await the coming of other swimmers
to right the craft.
Slowly the Lusitania filled forward
and her bow dipped deeper into the
water. Filnally the big liner slowed
down and seemed to settle as if she
had run her race and was spent. The
wireless apparatus still sputtered its
call for hell. On the bridge stood
Capt. Turner with is executive of
ficer beside him directing the hopeless
hght. In the water men and women
struggled for their lives. live boats
remained entangled at the davits.
With a final lunge forward the Lusi
tania sank. Not more than 20 minutes
had elapsed since the first torpdo
struck her. She went down by th'
As tile big liner took her final
plunge, most of those remaining on
deck leaped. Some struck the sides.
Others jumped clear and struck away.
It was here that most of the lives were
A swirling maelstorm closed in,
sucking with it hundreds upol hun1ii
dreds of lives. A great hole seemedci4
to oipen uip where the lAsitania hand
beel and into it there Iured those
who, 20 m inutes before ha1( been c]hat
ling gayly oil the gleaming l deks of
the greatest steamisihip oil the .\tla
Iie. live boats went down witi the
Prom tlie hore sea iih rounj gh glasses
in theli hands of one (of the coast glutitt
the're appeared to rise a eumrain of
va1por an1d smoke which hung low, ob
seuring tle scee . Whiein lie veil lifl.
ed the ship was gone.
From what survivors say it is safe
to assuineo that n iarly everyon e in
the water withiin a ralus of 100 yards
of( the ship when it sank was caught
inl the unidoler drag.
Maniy of the )oltS wihich were over
turnid had been riglted witi greal
difliculty. 'To ol erI si IttIlom up1)
wIrVnmers eluni helplessly. Malny
elulig" to wreeha:e. Bloa!" crilsedl
about, pie! lg u the mir';!veor
Wn: a Ira\ier. Quiky tA:, fllrs hool.,
wer. em1pli1 d an' heun shoved ('1lf wi\1th
<mrlsraenl to pi(ck 11; furthjer riv.
When it le last of Ile slr-vivo.s was
takeni aboard the shits ped for la' ,
Mnost of Ihelm to 11Queestown. F ir%t
aid4 was adinlist'eed oni board1( hut
imany~ of those5 rescued were beyond
hielp aIfndl dietd onl the wa'y inl. Tugs
and I iw hers remined1) oin tie scene
to1 icek upi the blloies of those3 dirowned.
Many)3 rescued were severevy mia imed
tfromi thle e ffc'(ts o(f the~ explo(1son whi ch
seat toered st eel fragmci A bioenast.
Su rv ivors generally ar ac r":'d thati
no walrning was given by' thle submai~
ine and)3 that tevrthing wvithin 133
man11 with1133tfear i lnd withouit r'
C'apt). 'lTurer wen)Itldo'ii wilth his
shipl tbut was lked(( uip fliree hours11
tat er. I i( had2( been) able to h:ive him
self wvith the' aid oIf a1 ltfe he3!t and Is
e'.eriness in54U swimml in jg.
Vuador l'orch Shiade:' muake your
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will be given at the Chapipels school
notditori um Frziday evening, Mlay 14thl.
Th'le pulblic is cordially invited.
The New Baby
is World's Wonder
Kvery' tiny |innart malckin Iltf'n per
Spective wtdcr and brighutek. And what
ever Ehero Ia to en
hane its1 arrivl' and11(
~~ to ('3 se and comfort
ih t ld begve It
t on. A mongi thio
*re helpful thiln
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dl nb:al appI~ltition
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riend." It ia 330
wue!l thought of b~y
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on ligaments nnd1( tendmons.
In a lIttle bookc 3r0 described more
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It should be in all hornes. "Mother's
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