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MEADE COUNTY NEWS. MEADE. KANSAS.
fjl UiUv3 IMS II 3 After every meal .r! PLOW AND PULL Your Writs ns today for complete CH.BANTLEY SALES CO. Smoked Shark on Sale. Fishermen along the Atlantic coast from Florida north have begun taking sharks suitable for food purposes and smoking the meat, says a bulletin of the United States food administration. This product is reported to be coming Into the market and finding ready sale. Many a man Is sorry he spoke after spending nn hour pricing furniture and such things. It's less credit to a man to be good If his Income exceeds his wants. Clear Your Skis TOeYouSIeep withCuticura Sea, 25c (Wat 25c 50c Want HAY Alfalfa Timothy Pralrio We buy f. o. b. your track or will handle on aommiselon. Write ua what yon have to offer. 765-67 Live Stock Exchange, Kansas City, Mo. C. J. Mustion Wool Commission Co. 16th A Liberty Sts, Stock Yard Station KANSAS CITY, MO. PARKER'S . . HAIR BALSAM A toll preparattoa of mr1V Btlpe to ermdtaau dandruff. ForReatorin Color and Beauty toOrar or Faded Hair. 0o. ini tl.00 .t Drnrrllt W. N. U, WICHITA, NO. 20-1918. Spring (s in the air the fields and woods and waters call And! to add to the zesf of outdoor Pleasures nothing affords the long lasting refreshment of WRICLEV'S- So carry It always with you. The Flavor Lasts AH Hint at Horses Can Information of the Poll Ford. 1 702X Grand Ar.no., Kaneas City. Ma. Frank. Newlywed I met Bob Spllkins to day and he said he envied me. Wife Bob Spllkins I I told you to cut Bob Spllkins. Newlywed I shall hereafter. He's such a brainless donkey. AN ATTACK OF GRIP USUALLY LEAYES KIDNEYS IN WEAKENED CONDITION Doctors in all parts of the country have been kept busy with the epidemic of grip which has visited so many homes. The symptoms of grip this year are often very distresBinz and leave the system in a run down condition, particularly the kidneys wuicn seem to suffer most, as almost every victim complains of lame back and urin ary troubles which should not be neglect ed, as these danger signals often lead to dangerous kidney troubles. Druggists report a large sale on Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which so many people say soon heals and strengthens the kidneys after an attack of grip. Swamp-Root, being an herbal compound, has a gentle healing effect on the kidneys, which is al most immediately noticed in most cases by thoBe who try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., offer to send a sam ple size bottle of Swamp-Root, on receipt of ten cents, to every sufferer who re quests it. A trial will convince anyone who may be in need of it. Regular medi um and large size bottles, for sale at all druggists. Be sure to mention this paper. Adv. An Audacious Guest. "The Hons never touched Daniel when he wns thrown Into their den." "Maybe," ventured the painfully precocious child, "it was meatless day." FRECKLES Now Is tie Tubs to Cet Rid of These Ugly Spots There's no longer the ellghteet seed of feeling aahamed of your frecklee, aa Othlne double strength la guaranteed to remove theae homely apote. Simply get an ounce of Othlne double etrengtb from your drugglat, and apply a little of it night and morning and yon ahould eoon aee that even the wont freckloa hare begun to die appear, while the lighter onea hare raniahed en tirely. It la seldom that more than one ounce la needed to completely clear the akin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Be rure to aak for the double strength Otblne, aa thla la aold trader guarantee of money hack If It falls to remoTe freckle. Adr. Practical. Clnlre Why give candy to June? Bob has all her love. Young Dentist Yes, but 'I have all her dentistry. Bob's only a lover. ' A diplomat Is a man who Is able to use the truth economically and judi ciously. , , . . . . ,. When Yoor Eyes Need Care Try Marine Eye Remedy Vo Smarting Jnet re Comfort. IS eenta a frroeglata or mall. Wrlto for free Ire Book, Kckuia m gimni cow, cuigauo MUST KEEP ON 'MAKING GOOD' Men Who Have Accomplished Great Things Cannot Afford to Rest on Their Laurels. "We were talking about a young man here In New York. Snld one: Til tell you why that chap Is such n wonder. The minute he winds up one big Job be goes after another. He wnstes no time patting himself on the back for past achievements. When ho finishes putting something over ho turns around and says In regard to his own performance 'Oh, that wasn't much. I have got to bent that. Now I must get to work and really do something.' Then he pitches Into a fresh Job as If he hud never accomplished a thing in his life. "In other words, yon have not only got to do good work, but you have got to repent and keep on repenting If you wnnt the world to continue to respect you. "The other day a famous author was telling me how he felt when his first story wns accepted. He said that with in a few minutes the thought flashed through his mind that he could not stop but must go on. One good story must be followed by another and an other and another else his reputation would dle'nnd he would be humiliated, lie snld that the feeling wns not exact ly comfortable that the prospect was In a way terrible. 'Being successful,' he snld, is not easy. The successful man advertises to .the world that he can' do certain things well-Wind he must go on making good or back off the mnp. It's a great sensation, a great experience worth almost any thing but It Isn't a snap.' "It Is the same wny in business. The salesman who sets a high mark has to go right out and bent tjint mark or suf fer by comparison with his own record. He can't sit down In a rocking chnlr and cfcvote the rest of his life to re ceiving congratulations. "Have you ever snt In a restaurant and compared your Job with that of a waiter. Try It sometime. No matter what your work Is I am sure you will see the point if you watch the waiter and think how exactly his work typi fies yours. Take, for exnmple, my job that of nn edltoi An editor's job Is exactly like thnt of a waiter, ne hns to go and get something good and bring It In. And after he has brought It In he hns to go right out and get something more nnd brlVig thnt In. The minute he sits down or stops to talk unnecessarily with the guests, he ceases to give as good service as be fore. Then the guests who praised him a moment ago begin to growl. And so, almost Immediately, he hns turned from a good servant Into a poor one. "This fits any line of human activity. A continuous performance Is what Is wanted. Nothing else counts." Sid In American Magazine. Oldest Living Woman. In the city of Posen, in the Germnn province of the snme nnme, the oldest woman in the world Is nbout to enter upon her one hundred thirty-fourth yenr of her life, unless death has over come her since the receipt of the latest news from that part of Europe. She Is Frau Gretchen Dutklewltz, and she hns spent practically all her life In Posen. She wns n young woman when Napoleon nnd his legions swept like a conflagration over Europe, and has lived to see a slmllnr catastrophe en gulf almost the entire civilized world. Frederick the Great wns still alive when Frau Dutklewltz was born, nnd only n few years before Voltaire had gone to his rest. The German empire of today was then an aggregation of petty, wnrrlng states, and the Ameri can Union hud just been born out of the travail of revolution. These cen turies the eighteenth, the nine teenth and the twentieth this womnn hns seen, nnd within the compass of her lifetime a new civilization has sprung up In Europe nnd America, a civilization now In the balance, and threatened by the land which gave her birth. New York World. Fearless Cooks. M. Paul P.lranlts, editor of the Bul letin des Armees de la Republlque, who recently returned to Paris from n visit to the British-front, Is n mnn of discernment. The day after he had witnessed a battle, seeing It all "from the artillery preparation up to the wave of assault," he wns asked, at the general's table, what had Impressed him most. He promptly replied: "The kitchens of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Amongst all those soldiers," he added, "who rivaled each other In courage, those who seemed to me the finest were the cooks, who, unarmed, under the shell fire, polished up their pots and pans as if their kitchen on wheels were appearing In a review." Anyone might have notice It, of course; but then most people, in all probability, would not. Hence His Wall. "Why so unhappy, my man?" "I've Just been cnught embezzling funds of the company." "Well, cheer up. Now that you have confessed perhaps they won't prose cute you." "Oh, it Isn't that. I've paid back the money and they've agreed not to send me to Jail." "Then why so dismal now?" "They won't let me keep my Job, too, and It was such a soft snap." Reno both Sunday Herald. ' Women Pay on the Dot. The purchasing power of the British Isles has passed Into the hands of women to an unprecedented extent as a result of the European war. One re sult of this chnnge In conditions, land lords say, Is that they are receiving their rent more regularly. Not So Mere. The small boy sometimes sees straight and sees far, says the Chris tian Science Monitor. John stood high in his examination, but a girl took the highest mark. Ills father was indig nant. "John, I nm surprised to find you have allowed yourself to be beaten by a mere girl." "Yes, father, snld John, unblush- ingly, "I have; but I can tell you something girls are not so very mere after all. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County fs. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney eV Co., doing business in the City of To- leao, county ana state aroresam, flmi tnat said firm will pny the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot HAWS CATAKKH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day ot December, A. U. MBS. (Seal) A. W. Glenson, Notary Public. HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE In Ink en Internally and arts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free. . F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. One-Sided View, "What sort of a man Is Green?" "Fine. The best ever." "Is he trustworthy?" "Very." "Would you lend money to him?" "As to that I can't say. I've never lent him any. Iv'e only borrowed from him." Important to Mother Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIUA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Ttpnra rha Signature of&U72& In Use for Over 80 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria' And Food for Wheatless bays. If an actor could dine on his own roles what a cinch he would have. Florida Times-Union. ' Alias Slacker. "Pa, what Is a pacifist?" "A pacifist, my son, Is a bachelor "ho's afraid to get married." In a card game a good deal depends on a good plnyer and good playing depends on a good deal. Cutlcura Heals Eczema And. rashes that Itch and burn. If there Is n tendency to pimples, etc., prevent their return by making Cutl cura your dally toilet preparation. For free samples address, "Cutlcura, Dept X, Boston." At druggists and by mail. Soap 25, Ointment 25 and CO. Adv. His Species. "What n mean-looking fellow. I bet he's a bird." "Yes, he's a stool pigeon." Too many people have this rule of conduct: "Work not lest ye be worked." The mnn with a pull doesn't have to knock. ON GUARD ' At this time of the yenr people feel weak, tired, listless, their blood Is thin, they have lived Indoors nnd perhaps expended all their mental and bodily energy nnd they want to know how to renew their energy and stamina, over come headaches and backaches, hove clear eyes, a smooth, ruddy skin, and feel the exhilaration of real good health tingling thru their body. Good, pure, rich, red blood is the best lusurance against ills of all kinds. Almost all diseases come from Impure and Impov erished blood. It Is to be noticed In the pale or pimply face, the tired, haggard appearance or the listless manner. Drink hot water a half hour before meals, and for a vegetable tonic there's nothing better than Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the old-fashioned herbal remedy, which has had such a fine reputation for fifty years. It con tains no alcohol or narcotics. It Is made from Golden Seal root, Blood root, Oregon grape root, Queen's root, Black Cherry bark, extracted with gly cerine and made into tablets and liquid. Tablets sixty cents, at most drug stores. In order to Insure pure blood and to build up the system try this tonic known as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Get It now I A V Ol tiure i ou eDioaiea .Miier bating, w With that gassy, puffy feeling, and hurting near heart? For Quick Relief Take ONE Cfor Yon can fairly feel it work. ' It drives the GAS out of body and the Bloat goes with it. " - ttasovea Qoicldy Indifeatlon, Heartburn, Sear Stomach, etc. v' . - Ct EATONIC from yoor DnggUt with th DOUBLE GUARANTEE Mae "w Be. amm a nm i.io. muvm s. waai ar.i, qr, is. 111111 l","fl"ni"' n'1'1 It's Poor Economy to Endure a Bad Back IN these days of rising prices, we need every ounce of strength and the ability to do a full day's work every day. The man or woman with weak kidneys is half crippled. Sore, aching kidneys; lame, stiff back, headache, dizzy spells and a dull, tired feeling and urinary disorders are daily sources of distress. You can't afford to neglect kidney weakness and make it easy for gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease to take you. Get a Box of Doan's Kidney Pills today. They have helped thousands. They should help you. Personal Reports of Real Cases A KANSAS CASE. Mrs. Jennie Jackson, Avenue E, West, Kingman, Kan., snys: "I had shooting pains through the smnjl.of my back and rhy limbs swelled badly, in fact, I was In terrible shape with kidney trou ble. Last summer I had the worst attack and was nothing but a skeleton of my former self. I tried different medicines, but noth ing helped me until I took Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me and from that day to thla, I have folt ever so much better. I never lose an opportunity to tell other peo ple about my experience." DOAN'S i 60c a Box At AN Stores. giP!WWW"WSBfWS As Age Advances Small Pill, Small Dose, Smsll Price But Great in its Good Work Colorless or Pale Faces condition which will be greatly Too Late. . "Ilfillo! Is this Senator Rlanksr "Yes. Wlint do you wnnt?" "I wnnt to be appointed postmaster of Breezevllle." "Who are you?" "I am the son of the presont Incum bent. Father Is very 111, and the doc tor snys that ho cannot last another dny. As no one else ontRide the family Is nwaro of the serloumioBH of his Ill ness I thought I would cnll you up to make sure that I wns the first " "I'm sorry, but some one hus antici pated you." "Whntl Who was it?" "The doctor I" Jud(?o. To Drive Out Malarts and Dulld Up The Nyatem Take the Old Buuidunt OKOVB'9 TAHTHT.B99 chili TONIO. Tim know wliu t Toil ara tuklnit at tlio formula la printed on orttry labol, nhonlag It Is guinuie and Iron In a Tosleleaa form. tiuo. Up In the Air. Corporal (iiiiine deleted by censor) Is tho chninplon optimist In the (deleted by censor) regiment. On his first visit to Paris an air raid was In progress, and as he observed the Parisians, all Intent on the tuubes, be suld to his companion : "There's one fine thing about this air stulT." "And that Is?" "It keeps you looking up." "(Uoply deleted by censor)." Car toons Magazine. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original little liver pills put up 40 years ago. They regulate liver and bowels. Ad. Reasonable Inquiry. "I should like n porterhouse steak with mushrooms," mild the stranger, "some delicately browned toast with plenty of butter " " 'Scuse me, sub," interrupted the wulter. "Is you tryln' to give an or der or is you Jus' remlnlscln' 'bout old times?" Good Intentions would be worth more if a mnn could get them cashed. Good breeding keeps a woman from eating as much dinner as she wonts. J A PL tC m Di at nTrnri Jr .A mm itti I HLY! 5LT I ST'0' signature ATOM e your stomachs sakD 0 '"hli W AN OKLAHOMA- CASE. . W. F. Doorlpy, 121 E. Broadway, Kingfisher, Okla., says: "My kid neys were too frequent In action and' I suffered from Inflammation of the bladder and. from a con stant pain across the small of my back and Inlns. Doan's Kidney Pills remedied the trouble, the backache left and my kidneys be came regulated." Over nine years later, Mr. Door ley said: . "I. never . have much trouble with my kidneys any more but I have never forgottea what Doan's Kidney Pills did for me. I shall always praise thorn as the best kidney medicine I ever came across." KIDNEY PILLS Fortcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y Cheml.U the Liver Requires occasional slight stimulation. CARTER'S ' LITTLE LIVER PILLS correct CONSTIPATION nb"r!odd!r;nte th' abT ' Iro.n to helped by Carter 8irOnPills Encouraging. "There's a man outside who soya he's your tailor and wants to see yon about a bill." "Tejl him I've gone to attend the funeral of a rich relative fsoin whom I expect to inherit a greut deal of money." "Iinve you lost n relnltve, sir?" "No; but that fellow has been here so .many times I feel I ought to say something thnt will make him feel bet ter." Iilnnlnghnm Agc-IIberald. Mostly So. "What were the chief features of thnt meeting?" "I think they were the ayes and noes." Distemper Can Be Controlled by tiling Nil David Roiiebts' FEVER PASTE ft'S?, and WHITE LINIMENT Read the Practical Horn Veterinarian Pond forfri booklet on AhorttobT In Cows. If no dealer lu jruur town, wr In it. Dxli tobeiti' tat. Co., 100 Orsnd JUiniit, Wiuktiht, Wit. Kill All Flies! s"!" PlKwlnywhra, Delay Fly Killer ttrwiH and kill! 11 flits, Neavt,olMin,orii.ntntal(couvaQlentanil ehatp. tat til tMtwon, Med naUI. faui't an 111 mm 'tip aver: will rtot sol) at (Mure fiTthinsr. " UsnI effective. Ask for aley Fly Killer 4 (rv cfaaUr. or a statsta sold I praaa, prepaid $1.00. MAHOtO ftOMCRt, ISO DI KALI AVI., BROOKLYN, X. Va Renews Furniture and Floors fori HUH l'.IaL alia wo or Mod direct to na. Sawall Paint & Class Co., Manufacturers KANSAS CITY Cats for Old" Falte Teeth Ponnittrlf broSan. I pay U to lit par aL alao oaab for old gold, allver, platinum, dental fold and old gold Jewelry. Will aond eaeb by retain mail and wllloold good 10 dare foranndnr'a approval of mj priow. , - t t f-Ti .niia.aai i.! t your TV v v. - yor mm A CoataaCeot