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HEAVY MEAT BIERS
HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
Zz ncii if you feel Hackly cr
haT bladder trouble Tfca ,
K5 tain or woeaan who enta mt&i TtX
luly can roak a mistake by fluehicg tbe
kidori ocauionallj, caji a TrtUktotnr
autharitj. Moat forms urfoacJi "wLioii
am tea the kMnyf tfcej beeomo ortr
vrorki from the strain, get sluggith and
f aii to filter tha wtjt and pobooj frca
lbs Wood, then ire fctt'tiefc- Ncrtr &U
rhetuaatism, bea.ftrhöi, lirtr 'trcsbljL
cerpoura, dizziness, alccplimsa fl
txrüax-f disorders ccoa Iroa tlcidn
0 Tbs fioeaent yea feel a doll acle La lid
kidneys or your back hurl or if ttm
lirin is cloudy, offensive, full of cadi
ment, Irregular of passage or attended by
a M&satlon of scalding stop eating xneai
and t about four ounces of J ad
Salt from any pharmacy; take a
tableasoonful ia a glass of water before
breakfast and In a fnr days your kidney
will art fine. This famous salts is mado
from tha add of prtpea and lemon juice,
combine! with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
Oie kidneys, also to neutralize the adds
in urine so it no longer causes irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jsd Salt is inexpensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful e&errescent
lithia-water drink which ereryone
thould take now and then to keep the
1 idneye clean and active and the blood
ur, thereby; ftTCÜicß crioua kid&qr
SO EASY! LIKE
ROLLING OFF LOG
VMBI SaVlKa FOR CHILDREN
Let the Yaunflsttrs Help Cheeaa
Celon"and Stylet for Their
Children's styles chance so slightly
that trying to glre advice to the mo1
er who la planning a sewing session la
rather a dlflcnlt teskv ' The belt ad
Tic, really. Is to study the figure and
general style, of the child for whom
a dress is Intended and make It Just
at becoming to her particular type as
It can be mide. : '
The gulmpe dref Is a perennial fa
vorite and ft is one of the most sensi
ble, as several Separate waists of
white and, different colored materiel
may be. made to eo with- each dress
at comparatively trifling expense.
One les&on that mothers of small
diughtera, are learning Is to permit
the child to take an active part In de
termining the color and general style
of her own clothes. Time was when
children were given no voice In this all
Important matter. Their clothes were
selected for them and their part was
merely to wesr thoe clothe. A child
may be made genuinely unhappy by be
ing compelled 'to wear a dress or hat
that she does not like and does not
consider becoming, and certainly It
Is not too much to give reasonable con
sideration to their preferences.
Allowing the little girt to have t
voice In the selection of her ward
robe trains, and edücates her taste In
dress for years. that-are ahead and. as
every one knows, being well and suit
ably dressed is a big business and so-asset.
Sore, touchy corns stop hurt
ing, then lift right out
You corn-postered men aad voaea
need suffer no longer. Wear the efcoea
that nearhr killed von hetarc' ears this
Cincinnati authority, becausa o few
oroDt ox ireczone applied directly on
tender, aching corn stops eorenetJ at
once and soon the corn loo teas so It
can be lifted out, root and tU Jrjtbotti
A quarter ounce of freefone cost Try
little at any drug store, but is cufldent
4o take cfT every hard-or soft com cr
callus. This should '.be tried, as it fa
inexpensive and is said not to lnnnv?
or even . Irritate the surrounding tissue
or akin. After you lift away the trouble
some corn or callus the akin underneath :
la aa pink, firm and healthy asthe palm
cf your band,
OH JEVER LET
Gypsy Girl, 14, Years Old,
Has Been Wed 12 Times
Although only fourteen year
old. Rosa Marks, gypsy, hny ben
married 12 time, she told the
police at, Ouiaha, Nb. . Kncii
time her fdthor collects! "com
pensation" and then sMMird her
release through the rotirt le
cau? of her tender. y';iis.
CREAM FOR CATARRH
tOPEHS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get Quick Relief
from Head-Colds. It's Splendid I
HER HI GET
She Kept Her Locks Dark and
Glossy, , with Sage Tea .
n . l i v
Jn one minute your '.clogged nostrils
will open", the air passages of your head
will clear and you can breathe freely.
No more hawking, 'snuffling, blowing,
headache, 'dryness. No struggling for
breath at night; your cold or catarrh
will be gone.
Get a smalls boltl of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this ; fragrant, antiseptic,
healing1 cream In your nostrils. It penetrates-through
every air passage of the
head, soothes the inflamed or swollen
mucous xneznbrapo and relief cornea in
stantly. ' i '
It's just flnt.' Don't ttay stuffed-up
'h a cold or nasty catarrh Relief
es so quickly, ' - : ;
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
"Whsn you darken your hair wltfe
Bags Tea and Sulphur, no one can
tall, because it's dona so naturally, so
evenly. Pre Darin this mixture.
though, at home Is muasy and trouble- I
soma. At little cost you can ouy at
any drug store the ready-to-use prep
aration. Improved by the addition of
other Injrredlenta called "Wyeth'a Sajre
and Sulphur Compound." You Just
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
it and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time.
By morning' all gray hair disappears,
and. after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark;
ned. glossy and luxuriant.
Gray, faded hair, though no dis
grace. Is a sign of old age. and as ws
sill desire a youthful and attractive
sippearanee. get busy at once jwlthi
Wycth'a Sage and Sulphur Corn pound!
and look years younger. This ready
to-use preparation is a delightful toi
let requisite and not a medicine. It
Is not Intended for the cure, mitiga
tion or prevention of disease.
Name "Bayer" is on Genuin
Aspirin say Bayer
DRINK EOT TEA
TOR A BAD COLD
Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
in s "Bayer package," coataining proper
directions for Colds, Pain, Headache,
Neuralgia,', Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
Xame "Bayer" means genuine Aipirin
prescribed br physicians for nineteen
years. Ilandy .'tin boxes of 12 tablets
cost few cents. ' Aspirin k trade mark
cf Bayer Manufacture cf Honoacetie
acidester of Salicylicacid.
IF Sil BREAKS HOT
Get a small packaga of Hamburg
Itrrnitt Ten nt anv nharmacT. Take a
tablespoon f til of the tea, put a cup of
Imiling atrr upon it, pour through a'
sieve anu unnk a teacup iuu v u
time during the day or before retiring.
It ia the most elective way to bremk s
cold and cure grip, as it opens the
pores of the ..Uin. relieving' congestion.
Also loosen th- bowels, thus driving a
cold from the system.
Try it the next time you suffer from
r cold or the j-lp. It is Inexpensive
and entirely vegetable, thereforo aafa
APPLY THIS SÜLPHÜ
RUB BACK MID
?b ?ia and Stidcu nxray with
a gnall boUla of dd tontrt
St JaeoU Xidsca!
When your back St SOT a&d lame or
lumbago, sxiatiea or rheumatism has
you stiffened up, dont suffer 1 Get a
lb cent bottle of old, honest "St.
J-vb Unizaent1 at any drug1 store,
pour a little In your hand and rub it
right into the pain or ache, and by the
time you count fifty, the soreness and
lamtneas la goxs.
Don't stay crippled! This soothixxg,
penetrating oil needs to bo used only
once. It takes the ache suxd pain right
out of your back and ends the misery.
It is aadHcal, ytt absolutely, harmless
and doem't tmra the akin.
Nothing also stops lumbejo, cciatlcj
ftsd leaf Utk n4ctry 19 promUy t
Just the moment you av!
Mcntho-Snlphur to an itching. 1 j:i
ing or broken out kin, the itci ir
stops and healing begins, says ;
noted skin specialist. Thu Milpht:
preparation, made into a jlcvi :vr.
cold cream, ivrs such a cti;oic r
lief, even to ncry eczema, tb:t r
ing has ever been found to t-l.c
Because of its germ destroy! u'
pertie?, it quickly subdues the .v
ing, cools the irritation and hca
the eczema right up. leaving a c'
smooth skin in place of ujc'y tr;
tioni, rash, pimples or rovghnea.
You do not have to uit for im
provement. It quickly sIio
can get a little jar of Mi... .
phur at ar.y drug itcrc.
The Pilgrims and
BRIGHAJf YOUNG, leader of the P"o
JOIIN CARVER, leader of the Pilgrims, neers. latrr Governor, taking poisejsion ol
latr Governor, dedieatirjf the land to the the Western desert in the name of civic and
cause of religiou liberty and free institutions, religious liberty. "Here shall the Temple ol
our Lord be built 1"
BY J. FRANK PICKERING
Aye, call it holy pround.
The soil where first they trod I
hey have left unstained what there they
to worship God!"
PERHAPS no state in the Union
welcomed and celebrated more
heartily the Pilgrim's Tercenten
ary than Utah, unless it be Massachu
setts, the home of the Pilgrims, and
the celebration committee of that state
honored Utah by selecting a pageant
written by one of her fair daughters,
entitled 4A portrayal of Anglo-Saxon
fortitude in fighting for the common
Perhaps only the people of Massa
chusetts can point with greater pride
to the Pilgrim fathers than can the
Utah people, many thousands of whom
are their real blood descendants and
other thousands of whom are descend
ed from the Quakers. Their fore
fathers had helped Oluvr Cromwell
establish law and liberty in JKn gland.
Their fathers had fought and suffered
in those wars that had firmly estab
lished our independence and, true to
their instincts, they lost their feelings
of sectionalism and isolation when
they reached the Great Salt Lake val
ley, raised the Stars and Stripes on
Mexican soil, and gave their allegiance
first and always to the government of
the United States.
The most prominent family names
in the state are the. same as those at
tached to the "Mayflower Compact."
And he same thrift, intelligence, sin
cerity and common sense which char
acterized the Pilgrims were funda
mental qualities of the Utah pioneers.
Both developed a society of brother
hood and equality and a love for civil
and religious liberty. And the de
scendants of the Poneers consider the
civilization of today the liberties and
fre institutions which we enjoy the
very hopes and aspirations that lead
to higher and nobler endeavor, as a
priceless inheritance direct from the
Honor 10 Oth Anniversary
w m m
Xho Kind You Haye Ihrajn Bought, and vhkh has bcea
la usq for oyer thirty years, has borao tho signature oi
and has been made under his per
6onal superrisiou elnce its infancy.
Ailoir no one to deceive you in thej
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Tust-as-good " are bet.
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ct.
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment..
Never attempt to relieve your baby with o
remedy that you would use for yourself
WhaS Is OÄSTÖRIÄ-.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parescris;.
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency;
7ind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Borrels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural rlrry.'
The Children's Comfort The ZIotbc3 Friend.
'Bcara the Signature of
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lln Us Fop vop 30 YoQl?o,
i no uina you Klovo Kvoyo Bouaht
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Profhtt nd First Prtsfdent of the
Church of Jesus Christ of
v. Latter-day Saints
IX 1920 a million "Mormons"
throughout the world celebrated
the centenary of "Joseph Smith's
Vision," wherein he claimed that, jn
answer to prayer, the pospel of Christ
was restored, in its fullness, to the
Joseph Smith was born December
23, 1805; at Sharon, Vermont. His
grandfather, Asahel Smith, was a cap
i tain in the Massachusetts; militia at
the battle of Lexington, and all of his
ancestors for scores of years had been
identified with the upbuilding of this
country and the wresting of it from
the power of Britain..
At the age of fifteen, the famous
vision claimed by him was received.
Later, the records of the "Book of
Mormon," a history of America before
the days of Columbus and which con
tains the prophesy that "no Icing shall
ever rule on American soil," were
given to the world. In 1830, the church
was organized with six members. In
1844, after much persecution, Joseph
Smith and his brother Hyrum were
killed by a mob, inspired by "aposr
tates", at Carthage, Illinois.
The "Mormons" now own the beau
tiful Vermont farm on which he was
born, and have erected a' massive
monument to his memory. . They also
Brother to Joseph Smith nd First
Patriarch of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter
own the farm at Palmyra, Xew York,
where is the "sacred grove" where his
prayer-was offered, and the old jail
property in Illinois where he was
In practically every city in America
and throughout the world, and in thou
sands of smaller cities there are "Mor
mon" churches. Millions of copies of
the Book of Mormon have been printed
in fifteen languages. To prove that
Joseph Smith. was a true prophet, his
followers point to some thirty ful
filled prophesies, including those which
predicted the" Civil war and also tt'.e
great world war.
A few members of the faith, Ie?s
than five per cent, in Utah's early
days, practiced plural marriage, but
in 1890 both the church and the state
. Issued edicts against it. A few months
ago, Frederic, J. Haskin, Washington,
D.' C, acknowledged authority o:i
, American topics, visited Utah and,
after a careful study of the situation,
wrote:- - ' -
"Polygamy fs a dead, issue in Utah.
The- fires of -prejudice that raged
around it once have long since burned
out. The 'Mormons' are no longer
polygamous,, but they are still indus
trious and prosperous, the best of
neighbors and citizens."
PJeircEaseß Gets Protection
TS this the Spencer National Bank? This
J is Goodwin 6c Company, oi Springfield,
Mr. Goodwin talking. A stranger has
just offered a check on your tank lor $30
in paymc3t for some goods Says his name
is John Doc. Has he an account and is he
good for that amount?."
By telephoning to the bank, the mer
chant can always protect himself from loss
by worthless checks.
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