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A HOME WITHOUT CHILDREN
Lades die Greatest Joys of life A Many Wive* are Childless Because of III Health. Read Hoir Lydia E. Pbidbain't Vegetable C o mp o und Helped Mrs, Rwf a a» d »f t ♦ •na mm mm mm MRS. MARY R. BENEDICT •is esveoM araerr, bcwamsi. Illinois K ewanee, Illinois. — "Wbqn I was married about a year and a half I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound because of ill health. I did not bave any children. I now bave two healthy little girls and 1 am sore I would pot have had them had it hot been for your medicine. Last spring and summer I got all run down, irregular, and I had awful headaches, and my back and aide hurt me so that I could stay up only a abort time. My limbs would get so tired and ache till 1 could cry. I started to take the Vegetable Com pound again and used the r Sanative Budget Bureau The bureau of the budget was ere ated by an act approved June HI, 1921. It Is in the Treasury department, but not under the Jurisdiction or direction af that department. The bureau Is under the immediate direction of the President. E»»ay» on Life Too can't make a woman entirely happy by agreeing to let her go her That'» only part of It. own way. You've got to trot right along after her.—Louisville Courier-Journal. China'» Vast Population China baa a population approxi mately equal to that of the whole British empire. Wake of the Pathfinder those who build a blazed a trail. Conservative* a: road where radica f 5* 05 . SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST I Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for Colds Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Pain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism Accept only " Bayer" package which contains proven directions. Hand boxe* of 12 tablet« y "Bayer" bottles of i 24 fluid 100—Druggists. ot AUo A Shakespeare*» Philosophy Why, what should be the fear? 1 do not set my life at a pin's fee; and. for my soul, what can It do to that oeing a thing Immortal?— Shakespeare. Honor Accorded King King Robert of France (a celebrated •wing writer by lOST A. D.) was the first to Introduce rhyme into the Latte songs of the church. B Pompous people are seldom flout ed ; and when they are It altera them Few men are greater than their en vironment, but great minds make theirs. - ■' « ' : j i * Mt — - Child Ren i it * r ' I I I / MOTHER:- Fletcher*»Cew f S loett » a pkasant, harmless Sub st i t u te for Castor Oil, Pare Iforic, Teething Drops and Soothing Syrup*, especially prepared for Infants in arms and Children all ages. Frovro 0tepfm on cyh |mfegs, Phyncia« it Wash and it waanot long till I was slid help othem,. El Pinkham's medicines meet that is suffering from similar troubles. I think if mothers with praise Lydia to anyone 1 would give it to them when come to womanhood It would them stronger. People who have known me all my life are aston 1 was always sickly when In my 'team until I started taking the Vegetable Com pound"— lira. Masy R. Benedict, Paysan Street, Kewanee, DL to me now Has a B e aa l ifc d Eahy Ctrl How ' Bridport, Vermont. — "In the first place I wanted a baby, but none seemed to come to roe. I just love children and my husband is away all day, so I waa not happy at all. A doctor told me I could not have a baby until I went to a hospital. But my sisters said, Take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and too will be O.K.' I waa nervous, bad organic weakness, with backache, sideache, headache end no strength. 1 bad been in bed nearly a week wool I began taking the Vegetable Com pound. It waa all that ever helped me and I ' just wish you could beautiful baby girl I am fine now. and so ia she. I am atOl taking the medicine as it keeps me welL - You may be sure I am recommendingothe Vegetable Compound and always will "-Mr*. A W. Hows, Bridport, Vermont. aeemy Say " Otiose « Not "Laxy" Are cross-word puzzles helpful? The other day we were doing one when we had to find a six-letter synonym for ''lazy." Aa a starter we already had "o" and from somewhere within us came the whisper "otiose.' rled to the dictionary and verified Its meaning. "Otiose" has now become fixed In our vocabulary. Not only that, but we have directed the attention of friend wife to the word, with the hope that when next she feels like charac terizing us with the shorter and uglier term, she will substitute "otiose." It is much less Jarring.—Boston Tran script We hur Fallible Humanity - As there I« scarcely a human being without a physical blemish, can you expect many to have no mental de fects? We're all fallible creatures, more or less. Descendant of Washington Line Dwells in This Austrian Castle I I m - >-T ■ h • _ , I } « * ■ li ■VV' The oaatte of George Baron von Washington, of Austria, the descendant of the Washington lino and the bearer af the ««me name aa his IHuatrloue American relative. Blood Relative of First President George Baron von Washing ton Is Distinguished Austrian Citizen. The most distinguished kinsman and namesake of George Washington, our first president lives in Europe. He la George Baron von Washington, of Foels, who was a captain of Austrian cavalry and fought against America In the World war. The Baron Is sixty seven years old and lives alone, with bla seven dogs, in an enormous shabby castle ln Styria, southern Austria. Nine hundred years ago, the baron says, there was a Torfln, lord of Ruvena worth, England, from whom the Wash ingtons descended. From Torfln to* Robert Washington, lord of MIHe* bourne. In 1400, the family trees of George and the baron were tha same.* Robert.VYfislilngton married the daugh ter of Lord Kemeford and hud several sons. One was Robert, Jr., whose sons' son« emigrated to America. One of these great-grandsons of Robert was the great-grandfather of George Wash ington who became first President eL the United States. John, another son of Robert Wash ington, and his descendants lived In England until the end of the Eight eenth century when they emigrated, but not to America. James Washing ton, descendant of John, went to The Hague and sold his services where be could ss an officer. In 1790 he learned that a Washington had become Presi dent of the American republic, and after investigating found that George was hia true blood consin. James then m *.v fie American* who srs Interests* in th« family trow of George Washington, ind most Americans are, will be Intsr sstefi I« this photograph taken re rontly In Austria of George Baron von Washington, the Austrian descendant of th* Washington line and the bearer of th* asm* name as hi* Illustrious American relative. tried to get * Job is America and let ten were exchanged between th* two. Tbe baron has no copy of his great grandfather's letter but.be does have die origin*! ot the* answer our Pre*d dent sent refusing Jam*. . military post la tbe sew republic. George s and plain deal I refusal teg aa stated te the "If was not W accord with the policy fifth* American government to bestow office* of any kind, aa foreigner* to tbe sKrinsiaa of her own citizens." However, he admitted hi* blood re lationship to Janaea. Later we learn |h*t James Washing ton also made s same and position in Ufe for himself, and bis son Jacob an even greater one. Jacob sold bis serv ices to the Bavarian government un<W Kfftg Lodwlg I, and fiait By became war shat of the court H4 becsme a baron sad lord of the estate at per Bavait«, Jacob's only son. Maxi milian. the pcriwnt .tnron's father, car rled th* family career stU) further by marrying a yoyal ducheoM— « cousin to Queen Miry of England Now the bawd I» thé test of hi* Use his brother having reason for the letter was that - I* ÜP-. ■mmm Washington Through «even alow year« of «mad vanciug war. ISqual when fields were lost or fiaids were won. With breath of popular applause or blame. Nor fanned nor damped, unquanehably the same. Too Inward to be reached by flaws of Idle fame. Soldier and statesman, rarest unison; RiSh-polSed example of great duties done. Simply ae breathing, a world's honors worn Aa life's Indifferent gifts to all mon born; Dumb for hlmeelf, unlosa It were to Ood. But tor hie barefoot eoldlere eloquent, Tramping the enow to coral whom they troA Held by hie awe In hollow-eyod con tent; • ~ , Modest, yet Arm aa Nature'e aolf; un UL . blamed Save by the men his nobler temper •harried: Not honored then or now because ha wooed The popular voice, but that he still withstood; Broad-minded, hlgher-eouled, there Is but one Who was all thla, and ours, and all men's— WASHINGTON! —lames Russell Lowell eL In Old Chronicle Telle of Washington as Fireman George Washington was once s fire man, says the Detroit Newa. At least he presented tits volunteer company of Alexandria, V*., with a fire engine. M. £. Levlcfc. writing In 8t. Nicholas, de scribes this Incident in the life of the father of our country as follows : "Washington presented the engine In 1775 to the Friendship fire com pany. That was almost a hundred years before there were paid firemen. In those days the fire fighting was done by volunteers, who belonged to differ ent companies, Just as It Is today in email towns. When a fire was dis covered a big bell was rung and at (lie eignal the members of th* volunteer company cam« running from w he rev er they weire ; they hauled out the engine and dragged It, with a score of men tugging at a long rope, to the lira, and then fell to work for all they were worth, making the pump bandies go up and down like a seesaw. The Friend ship fire company was organized on August 13, 1774. tha year before Wash ington bought the engine for it, and is still in existence, although now Alex andria has a paid fire department. The engine Is there yet, and on special occa sions It Is brought ont by the Friend ship Veterans' Fire association." SAID BY WASHINGTON A good moral character Is tbs first essential te s man. I feel everything that hurts the sen sibility of a gentleman. 1 hope, some day, we shall become a storehouse and granary for the world. We do not wish to be the only peo ple to taste the sweets ot an equal and good government. Would to Ood the harmony of na tions were an object-Chat lay nearest **,**• i*?" ot emetelgul 1 «*• n ° «PPUcable PohUcthan to private affairs, that b * ,t P oll( ' y '" ** *PP* ,f * To rae that little more fh « n ■«*"* and bon W<n > w t0 «* * I * re *' b "PPy nation. I am resolved thst no misrepresents lions, falsehood*, or calumny shall make me swerve from what I conceive to be th» strict line of duty. The very Idea of the (tower and the of the people to establish govern meat presupposes the duty of every individual to obey the established gov ernsMMt Old Pohich Church Not far from Alexandria, Va,, is a ctmrth of which ope hears leas Oian ot nom» et the other churches In which the firm XMffident Worshiped TU* ii the old Pohtofc chorcli, of which, it ü - lalmed, Wjphlngion was tbe designer He also was a vestryman of fhf» churrik, and It Is known that he had s great and peculiar affection for U. V I* * church having mach to do wltl the spiritual Ufa of Washington. Wanted—A Grandmother Malile Ellen played with some chil dren next door and they were always talking about their grandmother doing this or that tor them. Malaie Ellen bad no grandmother, and It worried her because she could not refer to one. She asked her mother, but, of course, mother could not provide a grandmoth er for her. Finally she approached her Aunt Kate, whom she was visiting one day: "Aunt Kate, I want a grandma. Ton got gray hair and look Just like a grandma. 1 believe Til Just call you grandma. I want one. All the ether little girls have one." I m The charm of a bathroom la Its spot* leasneaa. By the ose of Red Cross Ball Blue all cloths and towels retain their whlteneas until worn out—Advertise meat Every Woman Love supplies a woman with quali ties she hasn't had tin she loved. Every woman, even the dearest, con siders her husband sarcastically at moments. And the worst of It Is that I'm sure every woman'« got Jolly good reason for doing so.—From "After the Verdict," by Robert 1 lichens. T DEMAND "BAYER" ASPIRIN Aspirin Marked With "Beyer Cross" Hae Been Proved Safe by Millions. Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablet* you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for 28 years. Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Imitations may prove dangerous.—Adv. Beauty and the Brute "He had pretended to be whet the thought hjm, a strong, ruthless brute. Women liked that kind of man. only there weren't any, renlly. No men that be knew were strong, or brutes. They were weok, really, and shy, and lonely, only they couldn't adroit It. be cause their women wouldn't love them If they did."—From "Three Pilgrims and a Tinker," by Mary Borden. Boechee*e Svrao Allays Irritation, soothes sad bests throat sad lung Inflammation. The constant irritation of a cough keeps the delicate mucus membrane of the throat and longs in s congested con dition, which BOSCHBE'8 8TRUP gently and quickly heals. For this reason It has been s favorite house hold remedy for cold«, coughs, bron chitis and especially for lung troubles In millions 6f homes all over the world for the last fifty-eight yean, enabling the patient to obtain a good night's rest, free from coughing with easy expectoration ia ths rooming. Ton can boy BOSCHESTS STBÜP wherever medicines are sold.—Adv. Seeing Trouble» Firet Taking troubles cheerfully as they com* Is to be commended, bnt still better Is tbs habit at seeing them com ing and taking ths necasssry stops to head them off.—-Fort Wsyno Mows Sentloel. Cutlowra Booths* Baby Rashes That Itch and burn, by hot bathe of Outicura Soap followed by gentle anointing** of Outicura Ointment. Nothing bettor, purer, tweeter, espe cially If a llttl* of the fragrant Ootl cur* Talcum Is dusted on at th* ft» ith, 28c each.-—Advertisement - One Saving Grace r The nice thing about a phonograph ia that It doesn't read telegrams be- I tween numbers.—Duluth Herald Law-cast Transportation Star : •V irStf* i The Quality Leader of the Low-Triced Field I - si"' fV From the beginning the Star Car has established a newer, higher standard-bf , engineering in the low priced field, being the firet to include the following quality features: •• *• *• » •■t '"*• ■ ,, ^ r; * 1. Forced Feed Motor La- 6, Worm a nd Qm» Type,; 2. 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The Boxer la a bureau of education supply schooner, plying between Seattle and Alaska, transporting teachers, physicians and nurses, and carrying provisions to the native schools of Alaska wlilch wre an der the supervision of, the bureau of education. It la a wpoden boat with a carrying capacity of BÔÔ tons. For 27 days the Klndersiey had been drifting at about SR miles a day. Hopelessly Imprisoned in the Ice 40 miles off Point Barrow it la reported not a man would have been saved had the Borer not • gone f 0 the rescue. Captain Whltlsro battled with the Arc tic ice for two weeks, but finally brought the Boxer within six miles of ' the Canadian vessel. , Its crew then launched their boats and worked their way out to him. ... .. A good memory has Its burdens. r Ever since 1 From te* Un* day* at _^ OU* am* Chasse« ..faw * tos« iSSÎTST < he lubricstkp M Wr; five year* ««Mug a»*»» n» uaoettoe sad isst lancet! _._ , years of quality ««eh quart ol You ■cl mm Oo. »cTMsdft Obie Gem '0 W, H. 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