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r :1 Vol. 61. Jaspek, Indiana, Fkid ay, DECEMBER 13, 1Ö18 . . it No. 16. j i 1 Sb IIFI SAYS HOTiWATER WBHEStPOlSONS FROMiTHEllVER Everyone should drink hot water 1 with phosphate In It,, before breakfast. jsfw$ 3Ib Immoi SSSL To feel ts fine A3 the Droyerblal fiddle, we must keep the liver washed dean, almost every morning, to pre vent it sponge-like pores from, clog ging with indigestible material, nour bile and poisonous toxins, says a noted physician. If you get headaches, it's your lfter. I you catch cold easily, it's your liver. If you wake up with a bad taste, furred tongue, nasty breath or stomach be come rancid, It's your liver. Sallow skin, muddy complexion, -watery eye9 mil dtnoto liver uncleanliness. Your i . Iliver la trm moat imnortant. nlso the ' xniiat abused and neglected organ of thi body. Few know its function or how to release the dammed-up body wasts, bile and toxins. Most folks TtiC.l to violent calomel, which is a dangerous, salivating chemical which can only bo used occasionally because it accumulates in tho tissues, also attacka the bones. Every man and woman, sick or well, should drink each morning be fore breakfast, a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phos phate in it, to wash from the liver and bowel the previous day's Indigestible material, the poisons, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal before putting more food. into tho stomach. Limestone phosphate does mot re strict the diet like calomel, because it can not salivate, for it is harmless and you can. eat anything afterwards. It Is inexpensive and almost tasteless, and any pharmacist will sell you a quarter pound, which Is sufficient for a dem onstration of how hot water and lime Stone phosphate cleans, stimulates and freshens the liver, keeping you feeling ft day In and day out UREM CHRIStMAS JEWELRY STORE OF F. C. Kuebler. 5h 3 r You will find no trouble in making your selection from our stock as we have a large and well selected line. Our buying power enables go sell at reasonable prices. COMB SAGE TEA III HI TO DARKENS It's Grandmother- Recipe ' keep her Locks Dark, Glossy, Beautiful to The old-Ume mixture et Sags T and Sulphur fer eUrkemlng gray, atreaked ant faded hair is grand mother, recipe, an folks . are again using it to keop their hair a good, ven color, which la quite sensible, am we are living in an age when a youth ful appearance is of the greatest ad- if A i A, All varieties of Jewelry for ladies and gentlemen Ladies Wrist Watches, Necklaces, Rings, Scarf pinsl and Uutt buttons, A large lot of 3 Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the massy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product, improved by the addition' of ether ingredients, called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." It is very popular because nobody can discover it has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, hut what de lights the ladles with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, is that, be sides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also pro duces that soft lustre and appearance of abundance which Is so attractive. This ready-to-use preparation is a de lightful toilet requisite for those who desire a more youthful appearance. It la not Intended for tho cure, mitiga tion or prevention of disease. GIRLS! YOU CAN LIFT THEM OFF 4 i i r I flfoÄ KODAKS All sizes at from $1 to $18. SDH Also full line b Films, p. o. papers and;develöper& - -The Moulton Wireless Umbitias bilk and Sateen covers with vmrious fancy handles, $1.25; to $7.50. Last but not least . THE MATCHLESS MILTON At $300,00 ' Vi V . PIK iano Players with Ukelle Attachment For $450 Shop Early. Selections made now will be held for you if a reasonable deposit is made. Call and let us suggest something. No obligation to a t less you are pleased. Come and see. un- F. C. KUEBLER, Public Square, PI Jeweler, PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH A W. Jli k ilUli 4A fcyil. VVf lilt. WUt i sore, touchy corns f right out I ....... ...!... ... iHlHtHlHlMlNlMtMlMlKHI"- A noted CincinnKti authoritf dis covered a new ether compound and called it freezone and a quarter ounce of it now can be had ioi a few cents at any' dru store. ox simply apply a few drops of this magic freezone upon a tender corn or painful callus and instantly the sore ness disappears, then shortly jou will find the corn or callus so loose that you can lift it off with the fingers. o You feel no pain, not a pirticle of soreness, either when applying freezone or afterwards, and it doesm't eren ir ritate the skin. Hard corns, soft corns or corns be tween the toes, also toughened calluses, r aaes of vour head will clear and luit shrivel up and lift off so easy. K,n can bronthe freely. No more dull It is wonderfully It works like a charm- toss, headache; no hawking, snuffling, Try It! n.u-mis di- lir.r?c? or drynejs; no strug- Women should keep it on their dress- ,r :-0r ' i nt night. its and never let a cora ache twice. " r, ell yo.. h ncrgist you want a small ' bottle of E'y1 f'ream Balm. Apply a little of . fragrant, antiseptic cream in xnir it ;rilö, let it penetrate through every air parage of the head; soothe and heal f! e sollen, inflamed mucoue 4t men rmf77N III I I I I MM I 1 1 I II I I iSssssssal sSKBBSSSSSSPSSSSBSSSSSmi . J asper, ' JBf Tells How To Open Clogged Nos trils and End Head-Colds. e 80NQ OF LITTLE THINGS. AID GAS HEROES. THE RED CROSS IS REAL SERVICE FRANK MORRI90N, issystery Amerlcsn Fee'eratlen t Labor. The work of the Bed Cross is sot i m s v w-iy la hospital aer amidst the rules of Bel glum and other portions of devastated Europe. t)ne of its great activltlee is any neeessarV aid te tke dtpendtsts of members of "America's military forces. On the battlefield the Red Cross pre- sents an herpl. figure. In America, removed rfa destruction and death, the Red Crhiä steps silently te the side of the rather and mother whose boy Is "over itiere" and wh need coun sel and aid. ,v No servic, is too small for th Crosa. If allotments from ths g-oYarn-mnt or from their son art delayed, or information on the government' war risk Insurance, Is wanted, ths Red Cross lfl both counsellor and friend. It enter int the horns in the true spirit of charity secrecy. But first and foremost our eeMlera in field and hospital must be given ths mot attentive care possible. Nothing ws can do will equal their share In thie move ment for world democracy, and the Red Cross presents an opportunity fer tie to play our part in this great drama by contributing1 to the extent of our ability. The Red ; Cross appeals to organized workers because of ltö one quality service. j Behind Red Cross service Is an en v J nobllns charity that Is not defaced by cost marks,, a democracy that personifiea Jefferson's great principle of equality ant a religion that; is beyond sectarianism. DO Y0ÜJN0W? Id Cms Orntais Rfl Cil December 16th to 23rd Do you know the Red Cross Christmas !Ro11 Call? Do you know when it's'folnff to be? Do you know it's the call of our brothers, who are 'far away, over the sea? Do you know that if you answer "present you'll be helping; some boy ever there, snd you'll show that you're backing- our soldiers and willing te do your full share? Do you know that to millions of chil dren this sign of a haven, indeed, for they know it means food, cloth ing, shelter and loye to supply every need? Do you know what the mil lions of members all over our well beloved land have been able to do through the Red Cross In offering a kind, helping hand? Will you an swer Tm here" to the roll call? ' Will you be a member this year? If you will you'll receive the "lore button" a token of Christmas good cheer. MAKE SOLDIER FEEL HE MAKE ROLL CrtLL UNNfOUS. The official designation, and the only proper characterization of the demon stration that will occupy the attention 6t the American people, under .tlie auspices of the American Red CroUs, Immediately preceding the coming holi day season, Is "The Red Cross Christ mas Roll CalL" Call is te register in terms of actlre I participation the spirit of a nation:' i a i 0s aaan a a piipr Tö pit im fuestlo is persomted 1 t IX A Rnnn AX I-VFK lied Cross niembershln. It is not bo IQ HW UUUU ftW klLIl u camDaüm' te raise e war fund uar a ldrlvp" ti ltrMrtW tko metorlol ssVea tistU4 lo tbt tervlcs wtie are resources of the Ked Cross 'ersaalia Üoa. Its mala eblectiVo ' U Ykm vru rersurm uc nssi aa wm iima tenslea ef Red Cro keeftVfrshJp te R aara ai srsi to see. tneir way iftke uttermost limit , Wrf. 'ssl.rjilag a livelihood are a spec .u u?; nrAM rr. sjsWjsssM saw a CujmI to.ss- r li rrVedmcate every Öls- f ay te ttks! a üving. It is t eU that esi 'siissi sit likely to be wemkeme4 Ss) ssteeff ieeüu'tlon to keep tfceir self i ssif ssf e4 slTeal work by the sels take eterttef kero worshippers, whe will f&risjt tibost once the firt Husk ef L War ejbttaslassfls over. Here tke sup-' pert ef e fsisled man's family must oil esaisd, for is the last analysis it Is the mast's family who will be tke de- tarmiaiael Influence la his See te if that no false coaceDtion of . t-Lm. M. k'A )011 "-.ti'J i 'A - sseat aaykere, aas, viU empkasrV lag tke tfiiuit ef 'saTeeiuti.1 eW its -esdy logical xaiao, kep v--laailiiily laalmd tks lie tt -kl a it iwaainteua." ' ' . NEW . FACES FOR ' OLD. I , ne'Azatificam Be4 Öress has mader tak;es yarie4 tasks. These range fress eralag tke seeks ef the soldiers te aidi aew faces for tkeie disfigured rchablllta- by "war. Mrs. Ladd, the wife ef Dr. tLea. Tke relatives must be braced to Lad'd, now doing service La Bed Cress, cueet the situation te make of them- hospitals abroas la wer klag i her selves for tke saan a bulwark sgalnst Paris studio snaktasi saasks te cever disfigured faces. A ffiotegraph ef tfc eeldler'skewlag kow ko Weked keforo belag weuaded is ekfsiae4 aad tkca a iaask ef cepper er silver v is sae te re semble' It and replace tke yart that la geeia, ' Tkls Is state as lifelike as pos- dUceragement and weakness. SWILM AND, TEA GET MIXED. f Ywe little Stories cme to the Red a a skert time axp.fcOue was a itory ef dag the ears Uka seicUa. Tkei travery that bfght the tears, and ger omatt tat sr sleep U iktm ojse a tale of tea that brought smiles, masks but he cam aee ami kreatk The first stoiryvns of a soldier who tkremgfc tketa, Mssastlnes a a see im asked for a nghti He was In bed, and tit4em W lifelike tkat It cammet be de- dirareit was between his lips, plac- tected; and soinetlsaa it 1 a calm. 'er Iss cd tbM iv the nurse after she had J ?QS Rlfl a ?r ffhifi..-d cndlng -his blanket up JTT smoothly. At hit. quesüon, ahe turned ' Vr' " An gave him afbox of matches and 71 hurried on, then .remembered that the JL rniM bMipatk tho blankets were with- . . , I out hands. Nursee have toSbe without jtears, but there were tear in her eyes as she We can print Without etint Anything you need : We do the job. And never rob, . And "huutle" it oar ereed. The ill KDDOAUK, ?rinlorium( You feel fine In a few moments. Your ld in head or catarrh will be prone. our clogged nostrils will open. The air . 4 f By Jeanne Judson. On cne' roof ef the Pavilion Belle This Is the seng et little things, rue. nart Cloud, is a most Interest clean, white bed in a quiet place, A cigarette and the' saving grace Of smiles that illumine the Cross. WHAT HOMI tlRVJCI MIAMI. nurse's face These are the joys the Red Cross brings. . . This, ls' tfie' song of little things, An oTd man brought to his borne again. And children whe play, forget ting pain, A .hutSthat -shelters from mud andrain . This Is the rest tke Retf Cross brings. e tng hospitafor soldiers who have beem gsssed."' The . Pavillon Bellevue U 9 assay totleskg ars censtamtlT1 turned to strike the match and light coamlag te' the HessVsWrrlce Bectlem et: the cigarette for hlm. tke Ked Cress tkat A few versa as te "Quit that," herald, Müfey were good its ebjecta saay kttcentV'ajsiss. The mlts, and theyHclped get Üiree or four Home Service Bettlern alms te serve Germans before I lost them, but they folkl at kf mcf t0 bria ain't worthcrylfg about, so therel" atam u tks man 1st the :?eid, te And the teHs story that brought ÄrtMf ä1m aciLrer u Äe onej at Kome smiles? WellMfmt was the story of a St,aitliitS it meams helffeg tm big, husky, ored man, wlio sat read- ,traightea eat a flnsndal taagie, eossev Ing, and the .Red Cross worker at the tlatc kelp la the training f the ckl canteen saWthat he hnd tears runniug Metlntes belmg a stg krathe? te ' down his cheeks. She was curious to A yooBf M wkt) Bej a wt 9t fg. know what- he might be reading and iy cuasei, er aerlaimj a youag wife Avas astonished when she looked over WÄt) May worried akent the ceeala his shoulder to see that It was 'the 0f tke saortgage ami what he canteen cook book. lftW My He smiled through his tears as he , Tkea. tee. there ärsi aesarliM eW et u ahimai rtAma' a 44 T 1 T . . . M and 18 la enmw U 5 American U4 sheep,8hly ...You sure must eicü me, KmetltiM Mmyi 1 th lllt, 0t- 4 Kn rlilo luifM Irl" Mlna Bin ( 1 . . . . . . Tint Wilfred w tw nf ?ci0ii- ,I,M uut u errors in tae eateunt waica stem ao Liieut. uiroa is, ,iay 01 iNjagarm . u,umAj um.ifL- Tm 'haTriH m iL , "T; vr y 1 u I r' ' .f , i.miiivw ,.w.wv,.v- fcV xormcoaiuig. jiacee ereoieime Iii , is. X., is im cmaxge? or this hoe- .. kk ..i.a- hUf . . . 7: . which treats esilVtho who hav ,uu c . . ' ' ! "uin7 aussrs are semg straigmteel Falls pltal beem gassed, sad Jsrtke flrst-hosi its kind te be established, Xleutenamt oat charge te tke faatlUem, amd wltM am efQdeacy wklck is dally arewiag, moor iüembrane, uud relief comes instantly, It is-just what every cold and catarrh f ? suiTerer needs. tfon'fc stay stufled-ül ! rad miier&ble. was in the war, except Bulgaria amd . OI--rn cnrj nniwrnv .. Turkey, and kas worked in each erne; 4 . i u rwn DHMvem cai t. .eem iwit. During a recUykrt te Worcester, ' I r tssseir ke SJa WerrHiUca ms-V England, he iras?eeejfed by'the Lord American women at Epernay, south qZ ttt as-arrlTai et letters a cable Mayor and beabtW,necause. of his of llhelras, have been cited in an order j11 ilfelnij aktlt tkt seam's wtl work, and tke Vjuaeaof Reumanlg eon- of th day fot-renminln at their post- f erred honor upem hinx, commendlmg In ac Amerjcam Itd Cr,bsa canteen un-' ItTTWa Sexrtle tg him for his work among the wounded dvrf bombanlnen fpr six days. lnf ta its mease t is really the tjad desOtme of hex -coumtry. Throughout this .battle they continued service ac tnaaa at meama -it la trylns: te sad amd tare fc mndeeV to be tke father, Utf?? tr4kiaians1( ' l tJMt lift Hfclaefrjsj 1 7." ..at.i.vi "7 V . Tr " T n if WiYr Wl Ts i n sf jfSkf sTTi .A V ... a Kl.