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MEADE COUNTY NEWS, HEADS, KANSAS.
ALMOST HELPLESS Mr. Reuter Went Through a Terrible Siege of Kidney' Trouble. Doan's Brought Back Hi Health. "After an injury I was in terrible hape from kidney trouble," Bays D. Reuter, North St., Wert Chicago, 111. "I couldn't stoop because of the awful pains in my back and the steady, dull misery almost drove me frantic. I bad to be help ed out of bed mornings, the pains across my kid neys were so bad and no body knows the agony I went through. I couldn't do anything and was al most helpless; it seemed I would never get well. "The urine passed far too often and burned like Pftlrlinfr nrfttpr. Trtft ras- Hr. Renter sages were scanty and I had no control over them. At times everything in front of me grew dark and I couldn't see for several minutes. I perspired profusely and I was thirsty all the time. For two years I suffered, trying medicine after medicine without relief I was just about discouraged and didn't think I would ever be able to work again. ' "Hearing about Doan's Kidney PilU I used them and four boxes cured me. My kidneys become normal, my back got well and strong and all the other troubles disappeared." Eworn to before me, JAS. W. CARR, Notary Public. Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Bos DOAN'S "pfifLV FOSTER-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Prico Carter's Iron Pills Will restore color to the faces of those who lack Iron in the blood, as most pole-faced people do. TYPHOID Is no more necesssrT than Smallpox, Army experience hu demonstrated the almost miraculous effi cacy, andharmlennestiOf Antityphoid Vaccination. Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and your family. It is more vital than bouse insurance Ask your physician, druerlst, or send for Have eon had Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vaccine, feral ts from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers, Preduelns Vaccinal and 8erums iindar If. 8. Llstnss Tss Cattsr Laboratory, Borktlsy, Cel., Chleajo, lit. Opportunity-Plant Your Dollars Where They Will Grow Oetthedlmeontof rourerefand see whor thou sands are located. A Ml) HI) MINIM C'OHl'OKA T1UN A ttHAL M1NH-W II Y? Bui-ante we buve the ore and seven mininjc claims In the Mineral Hill Mining; Dlstrictor Idaho. Oilers a limited amount of their treasury auck for development purposes. There baa been several shipments of lead and sil ver ore from tbls properly fur wbicb goud returns were received. A eliauco in a lifetime, ground floor, BUT, aauuo ljuitu taHF.,ouoiv.rrautH., Maiuaor., as. FLORIDA Ot BpMlat OITrr cm Splrnald Lisa Star lav. Uspfciuliy adapted to trm-kinir, fruit and poultry culture. Writ, luawt Ul. Ueisku laip. V.., JaaauulU., lis. Not What He Meant. Host How did you sleep last night? Mr. Crubbe Lying down, sir; lying down. WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY ts her huir. If yours is streaked with Ugly, grizzly, gray huirs, use "La Cre ole" Hair Dressing and change it In the natural way. Price $1.00. Adv. In Denmark large numbers of women are employed by the state as Btennishlp pilots. R. C. Morton of Columbus, O., has retired after serving one railroad 50 years. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver, Otowels and stomach. One little Pellet for a laxative, three for a cathartic. Ad. What Can Be Afforded. Wrong cannot afford defeat, but light can. Men who are bald nlways sneer at ne man who parts his hair In the Diddle. $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, Hives the patient strength by improving the general health and assists nature In doing ita work. 1100.00 for any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE- falls to cure. Druggists 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney or. Co., Toledo, Ohio. New Cause for Worry. "With beef so high," says the Bll vtlle deacon, "we could compromise on chicken meat, but chickens air too de structive fo raise where farm gar denln' is goln' on. Now, turkeys air more reasonable, an' we've had good luck with 'em, but who wonts to live on turkey? Ef we tackle turkey week In an' week out, how kin we enjoy Christmas?" Atlanta Constitution. FOR COUGHS AND COLDS take a prompt and effective remedy on that acts quickly and contains do opiates. Yon c D f et such a remedy by asking for ; sCARTERS Pretty Christmas Gifts CRETONNE KNITTING BAQ. She who has not a knitting bog must feel like a stranger in a strange land. Christmas will give opportunity to pro vide her with this requisite of the woman In polite society. Also ti re place knitting bngs that have grown shabby with use. Those of cretonne hnve everything to recommend them. They are cheer- fuf and durable and they ure lues pensive as bags go. The handsome bag in the picture Is made of tan cretonne with black stripe and Japanese designs In brilliant flow ers nud foliage. It is lined with bright green sateen and finished with clusters j of satin-covered npples In tun, red rind green at each side. The handles are of thin wood and are wound with a fiat gold braid. LOLLYPOPS FOR YOUNGSTERS. If Snntu Claus finds himself short of money anywhere we invite his atten tion to those dressed-up Iollypups. They will delight the children. A lolly pop is a flat piece of candy on the end of n stick and it lnsts a long time. All sorts of little figures of things animate and Inanimate are made by dressing up lollypops In crepe paper. One end of the stick Is thrust into a disk of heavy cardboard and arms and legs are provided by 'small wires fast ened about the stick. The faces are painted on wax pnper, over the lolly pop. Fruits and vegetables, fairies, soldiers, dolls, dancing girls, clowns there Is no limit to the things that can be made in this way. ALWAYS WELCOME CHINA. Here are a enke basket and n bonbon dish made of small plates set In bas kets of paper rope. They are the sort of gift the housewife always welcomes and require a smnll outlay of money and the time of the maker. With pret- tlly decorated plates and the clever use of paper and twine, handsome baskets reward the efforts of those who learn the art of basketry. The baskets shown are In dark brown, and thnt one holding the bon bon dish Is brightened with a yellow cord woven In a cross pattern over the braid. RIBBONS AND LACES IN CAPS. Along comes Christmas, each yenr attended by n bevy of ndoroble break fast cops always prettier than those of other yenrs. Here are two wlile will solve at once the problem ul what to give to the friend you hope to pleuse. The little cap at the top is a glori fied and frivolous version of the sun bonnet. It la made of val lace edg- 3- i. ! Ing and Insertion In a flat medaitlon shaped piece over the top of the head and a little cape that hangs from the buck. A band of pink moire ribbon Is brought across the top of the enp and ties in the back at the nape of the neck. It is encouraged to be useful und stay in place by the company of clusters of the tiniest chiffon roses. A band of hemstitched taffeta, edged with lace and trimmed with a zig-zag band of ' little blossoms, makes the other enticing cap. It fastens at the side under a bow of narrow satin rib bon, with snup fasteners. NECKWEAR FOR CHRISTMAS. No more acceptable present can be found for any woman young, or old than the collar and cuff sets of organdie which add so much to the tailored suit or the one-piece frock. For the young er women these sets are shown In pale tints or in white with rallies in light colors. In all-white they uro suitable to any age. The set pictured is n favorite for street wear or with tailored suits. It Is of white organdie having little ruf fles In light tan color. Handsome nets nre also made of white and cream or ivory satin but nothing Is more dur able or dainty than organdie. CHRISTMAS CANDLES. This year's Christmas candles will be dressed out with shades in red, white and blue, ns well as in the nc customed red and green. Here nre two, among many others, In which the national colors ure skillfully used to make graceful shades. The shade at the left Is mainly red wjth white and bluo In ruffles ond braided' strands about the top and bottom. White over red in the other candle makes n pretty background for Mnall flags pasted to the crepe paper. Tills shade is tied about the top with nar row blue ribbon. A tiny basket nnd box for salted nuts, or confections, are shown with the candles. The bosket is made of braided strands of paper In red, white and blue, to mutch the candle at the left, while the box Is a repetition of white over red, tied with blue ribbon as In the shade of the other candle. THE LANTERN BAG. No mntter how many laundry bags have vainly besought our male friends to be orderly, this lantern bag has every chance of success In fulfilling Its mission. It is n thing of beauty that will never be relegated to n closet, but Is destined to spend Its days hung In a conspicuous place to be admired. Ita envied owner cannot lose sight of it or refuse to behave ns he should when soiled collars or handkerchiefs nre to be disposed of. The lantern bog makes a beautiful gift for anyone and is made of Japa nese silk, red velvet ond gold braid. It Is finished with handsome silk tassels and suspended by a silk cord. A cover is made for the top of the lantern and fastened by the clip through th brtW used for binding, -it f( - I -4! , i , IIUvWj1 m VA L vSf Jfc&F ' -2 W&& COVETED BY ALL but possessed by few a beautiful head of hair. If yours la streaked with gray, or Is harsh and stiff, you can re store It to Its former beauty and lus ter by using "La Creole" Hair Dress ing. Price 51.00. Adv. Plans Sometimes Fall. She was twenty-six and he was fifty six when they were married. He had been a farmer, but retired and lived In a little village, near his big farm. About fifteen years after they married he bought another farm and moved onto it. This farm Is across the rond from his other farm. Twenty years after they were mar ried they decided to move' to a town of about 1,500, in order that their chil dren might have better school advan tages. They looked nt many houses; but none suited her, because the bath room was on the second floor. Finally, she found a place with a bedroom nnd bath on the first floor, so they bought IL Her friends were curious to know why she hnd to hnve the bath on the ground floor.' ,-She explained thnt In a short time her husband would be help less on account of his age, nnd she wauted everything convenient for car ing for him. And then Just ns they were getting ready to move Into town she died. Cleveland Tlaln Dealer. BCSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP will quiet your cough, soothe the In flammation of a sore throat and lungs, stop irritation in the bronchial tubes, Insuring a good night's rest, free from coughing nnd with easy expectoration in the morning. Made and sold In America for fifty-two yenrs. A won derful prescription, nsslstlng Nature in building up your general health nnd throwing off the disease. Especially useful in lung trouble, asthma, croup, bronchitis, etc. For sale lu all civil ized countries. Adv. Wished Nearer Relation. Ralph lived In the city, but is fond of his grandfather, n farmer, and often visits him. One day lifter one of his visits he sat for a long time In n deep' study, nnd with n homesick look on his face, he finally said : "I wish grund pa was nonrer related to me." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOItIA, thnt famous old remedy for infants and children, nnd see thnt It Signature of In Use for Over 30 i tiara. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Not Much Relation. Betty hnd two brothers. Charles ond Dnvld. "You know," said she, "dad nnd Dnvld were born In England nnd mother nnd Charles nnd I were born. In America, so you see there isn't such a close relationship. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron builds up the system. 6o cents. A Costly Joke. When Mrs. Ellen Butler of Manches ter, being about to embark at Douglas, Isle of Man, for Liverpool, was asked what nationality she was, she replied three times In a loud voice: "German." She afterward said she did It for fun, but the magistrate fined-her a guinea ($5) and costs. London Observer. Occasionally a man Is clever enough to know how Important he Isn't. S. B. Ilnnks, dead In VVInonn, Minn., was a cousin of Ahrnhnm Lincoln. New Orleans needs half a dozen new public school buildings. Middle Axe Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. Freemont, O. "I was passing' through th critical period of life, being1 forty-six years of age and bad all the symptoms incident to that change heat flashes, ncrvousnecs, and was in a general run down condition, so it was hard for no to do my work. Lydia E. rink ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since taking It, and the annoying symptoms nave disap peared." Mrs. M. Godden, 935 Kapoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. North Haven, Conn. "Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound restored my health after everything' elte had failed when passing through change of life. There is nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms." Mrs. Flobxnck latum, Box 197, North Haven, Conn. la Such. n0 ' " LYDIA E. PINK HAMBi VEGETABLE COMPOUND , the trotest record r tSa qmatst cpdl 4. ACID POISONING! The most eminent physicians recognize that uric acid stored up in the system is the cause of gout and rheumatism, that this uric acid poison is present in the joints, muscles, or nerves. By expert mentli.g and analysis at the Inva.lds' Hotel and Surgical Institute in Buffalo, N. Y., Dr. Pierce discovered a combina tion of native remedies that he called An-u-rle, which drives out the uric acid from the system, and in this way the pain, swelling and inflammation subside. If you are a sufferer from rhenmntium backache, pains here or there, you can ob tain Anurlc, double strength, at any drug store and get relief from the pains and ills brought about by uiio acid; or send ur. Pierce 10c for trial pkg. Anurlc which you will find many times more potent than lithla and eliminates urlo acid as hot water melts sugar. A short trial will convince you. Bend a sample of your wnier 10 lit. .fierce ana it will be tested free of charge. Anuria is a regular Insurance and life- saver for ail big meat eaters and those who deposit lime-salts in their Joints. . Electric Device for Blind, A I'uiis scientist, Mr. Charles Lnm bert, has devised n method of writing which will be very useful for blind' persons, especially mutilated persons who have lost their hands or. forearms, the reading of the signs being done by a specially designed electrical de vice. In the first place the characters composing the text are printed in Morse alphabet 'on the same method ns is employed for producing letters In relief on letter paper, -that Is by printing with n thick paste which then solidifies nnd leaves n raised letter. This method now replaces the old em bossing process where cost Is an Item, for It Is much cheaper. The only dif ference from the usual Morse alpha bet Is to place the dashes vertically lnstend of horizontally. Reading of these characters can then be done by persons deprived of their hands, by the use of a very simple electrical de vice which Is run over the characters In relief which nre printed with a spe cial metallic Ink. SOAP 13 8TRONGLY ALKALINE and constant use will burn out the sculp. Cleanse the scalp by shampoo Ing with "Ln Creole" Hair Dressing, ond dnrken, in the nntural wny, those ugly, grizzly hairs. Price, $1.00. Adv. Repenting at Leisure. Mrs. Houlihan (during the row) Thwat a fool Ol was! Ol niver saw yez till th' day before me unforchnlt marriage. Houlihan Faith, Ol wish ye hadn't seen me till th' day aft her. His Money. "The Lord knows how Blnks mnde his money 1" "No wonder he alwnys looks wor ried." Rt. Pnul notes a big shortage ln vagrnnts. Atlnntn, Oa., Is to have a rubber foctory. "for your stomach's sake" a pleasing, tasteful tonic AND REFRESHING APPETIZER 71SK YOUR DRUGGIST IF he is unable to supply you, writ to us THE DIPLOMAT EDICINE CO. 415-21 DELAWARE ST. KANSAS CITY, MO. Aged An Oklahoma Man's Advice BInger, Okla, hurt In which -"I hod one kne rheumatism set in. . After I was able to walk I hurt my back loading wood. I sent for four boxes of Anurlc Tnblets and hnd taken hardly two boxes when they com pletely cured me. I have not hnd a twinge of rheu matism In the old hurt or In my knee since. I know Anurlc did me more good than all the other medicines I ever took. "I let a neighbor have one box. H was down with his back, nnd it did him a world of good. My mother nnd father hove taken the remainder." W. B. PHILLIPS, Route 1, Box 72. Adv. HORSE SALE DISTEMPER You know that when you sell or buy through the sales you have about one chance In fifty to escape Bale stable distemper. "SPOHSl'S" is your true protection, your only safeguard, for as sure as you treat all your homes with It. you will soon be rid of the disease. It acts as a sure preventative, no mntter how they are "exposed." Consumers may order direct from the manufacturers. Pend remittance with your order, B0 cents and fl.00 bottle: fS.OO and $10.00 the dozen, delivered. M'OIIN MEDICAL CO., Mtr.., Goahen, lnd, V. S. A. His Wish Gratified.: "Ah," sighed the convalescent sol dier nt n base hospital, "what wouldn't I give for one breuth of my native ulr!" , "Where V you come from?" asked an yinihulanco driver. "Frne Aberdeen." "Aberdeen, eh? I cnine. down from there before crossing. Walt half a Jiff, nnd I'll see what I can do for you." A little Inter there was a noise of throbbing engines, nnd n powerful mo-, tor enr drew up before the veranda where the soldiers were sitting. "Now, then," said the obliging driv er. "Bend down to this wheel, while I unscrew the valve of this back tire. I pumped It up in Aberdeen before I left. Put your mouth right over it ond take a good sup when I let her go.1" The Civil wor cost the United States $3,000,000,000. llof. TV T O I ,u 1V1U1C afJV r ftfll Money xii Get the Genuine CASCARA QUININE No advance In'brice for this 30-year-old remedy 25c for 24 tablets -Some cold tablets now 30c for 21 tablets Figured on proportionate ccat per tablet, you save 9!ic when you buy nm s uures woici in 24 hours drip In 3 days Money back if it fails. 24 Tablets for 2So. At any Druf Store HAIU BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit. Help to nutlcat diuulrulT. ForRostorinv Color and Bauty toGrar or Fdwl Hair W'ff. and !.) at Imftflitt, W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 46-1917. is i mm LYOIA C.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. , iinuaws anniii hu. inwa m'imrimn t' I