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MEADE COUNTY NEWS. MEADE. KANSAS.
ASTHMADOR AVEHTS - BXUEVES HAY FEVER ASTHMA Begin Treatment NOW . Ail IHOUUtl uuuuw Say "Nope"! to your Grocerman If he tries to put over on yon something "just OS good as" - Red Cross Bail Blsia In the words of the Immortal Josh Billings "There aint no sick thing." There is positively nothing as good as, or equal to BED CROSS BAHi liLUE for producing clothes of such " white purify aa bring a blush to new -fallen snow. Try It 5 Cents. . Prove It Everywhere ooiaiers oocine Skin Troubles with Cuticura Soap. CMntrtent. Talcum Be. emeh. zZ-Z'l Bamplmof "OBtlw,Dpt.E,BoiU.M iTearn Telegraphy EimlTStollWH'inontn, ttailroad GovaramaoU Waaura Union demand for tralnati j yoanc maa and wontaa laJecraphy, SfcnaliaK 1 BlookincTraiDa, Switchboard and Wwtarn Union worr. utudant oo oj raiiroada: lanMt arbool m Wat tAbli8hnd 28 yeara: 6 teacher; VVabaab Wirt. NO POSITION NO PAY. Ctuilac BttaTtlesnfilqr Coflaxa. 3 Q 4 InriBg Avs., CbUitca tte. He. Cirtan a&alrl. WHtf fnr MtaM. Fto I r J I N lngton.n.C. Bnojufre High- DAISYPLY KILLER l";! TX. oil 11.. , 1 oraM&tnlal, toavaalsnfc, ebftftp, Latt all much. Mad at Bta1, oau't split or tip cwt will net aU arinjoraaaVthlDf. Qaar anUed ffrtlT. told try daaJara, or 6 etnt by as prat, prapafd, for 91.00. aUROUt WMIU, ISO DI ML AW, BROOKLYN. M. V KODAK DEVELOPED FREE Prinu 3zH, Be each ; 'iH1, io, u p to 4xft. PoatcardB fee; packs developed 16c, cash with order. Oall or aend: prompt attention vu man orarrs. rrsfraaaiienuwio, buaa. iaa ., nutaita, aaaa, W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 33-1918. Everybody's Doing It The recent visit of the French Blue Devils hns left an indelible lmprcs . slon on the minds of everyone about Indianapolis. The boys of the city have been thrilled by their translated tales of daring. The "men of the city have marveled at their quick step and military ways. The young wom en of the town have ah, admired them. But It takes the children re ally to appreciate them. "Our side won !" proudly proclaimed little Johnny at the dinner table. "What do you mean, John?" asked his father. "Our army won," explained John. "You know, we defeated the Bitter avenue kids." . - "You did, eh? What is your side, anyway? The French?" "Oh,, no, we're not the French, papa. No, we call ourselves the Amer ican Red Devils." Indianapolis News. Lemon Juice . For Freckles Glrlsl Make beauty lotion at. -" home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, unburn and tan lotion, and complex ion whltener, at very, very small cost Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands and see how freckles, sunburn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes 1 It Is harmless. Adv. Cured Him. Tve cured my husband's Insomnia." "How did you do It?" . "Pretended I was ill and had the doctor prescribe medicine which Henry was to give me every half-hour all night long." Good paper, It Is said, can be pro duced from refuse that hitherto has been thrown away In breweries. "Worry Is Interest paid on trouble before It falls due." Harry A. Thompson. Philadelphia will have a hard coal shortage next winter, it' Is expected. VAIIM Granulated Eyelids, jf IJ Ul1 Eyes inflamed by expo . sure to Sis, Dirt and Wins iHirAn quickly relieved by Morlae i . ylJg EyeBemeiY. No Smarting, J Jim Eye Comfort At Your Drureitti or by mail 60c per Bottle, For Betk el lac Era free write k-a Murine Eyo Kenedy Co Cblcag. II Ml cqiiiiiiiig 1 I THE lllil IS INCREASING . COLLEGE ATTENDANCE DUE TO FACT THAT COLLEGES ARE AWAKE TO OUR . WAR NEEDS. FAIEMOUNT IS EXAMPLE Causes Pertaining to the Various War Activities Will Be Part of This " Winter's " Inducements All ' Are Anxious For the Training. Wichita, Kan. The war is increas ing college enrollment rather than de creasing it, judging from college con ditions in this city,- At Fairmourit College the enrollment in the 6ummer session which has just closed was much greater than ever before. This is due largely to the fact that Colleges are awake to war needs. ' At Fairmount a war institute supplement ed the . regular college courses this summer. Courses were offered in Red Cross Nursing both in camp and at home. Food Administration courses were offered and this attracted great numbers of women- with families whe wanted to learn how to conserve food and how to substitute the plentiful things for those the soldiers need. ' ' French, which' always has been taught in the colleges, has suddenly became immensely popular.- It is an important study not only for the sol dier, but for the girl Who exxpects to take up service abroad, or who wnnts to be able to conserve with her hus band to be when he comes back from the war. The making of war posters was tak en up. There was a great attendance at the history lectures and even old musty mathematics became popular, for no man can bo n arti'lery com mander who does n . Vnow how t figure where he is shooting. This is indeed a war of science and as a result sciences were much in demand. Studies which formerly were thought impractical have suddenly became practical in the light of the present emergency. War courses will be given . at th-3 college again this winter. Tt is true that -there is an absence of the older men. They ara at war and are win ning laurels for themselves or paying the last full measure of devotion so that those who live may be free, but the young men a-re eager to take their places and are getting what training they can before their call conies to go to the front. And the women are enrolling in greater numbers than m history, for this is just as much a woman's war as a man's war. Cv C. Harbison, the man who "put Kansas on the map aa a producer of college orators a few years argo, will return to this section of the country in September to train the youth" in the art of public speaking at Fair mount College in this city." Prof. Harbison has been at the' Uni versity of Illinois for two years where he has made a wonderful record. His work in turning the lads from Kansas and Oklahoma into orators a few years aeo is probably unequalled, In 1913 he first appeared in the West and the following winter he got results, when John Scott of Cunning ham won the first place in the state old line oratorical contest and repre sented Kansas in the interstate con test where he ranked high. Kenneth Cassidy, now a lieutenant in France. and a son of a prominent Baptist cler gyman, tied for first honors in the state prohibtion contest. Miss Mary Marie Dixon of Derby won the state girls oratorical contest. Four college oratorical contests are held in Kansas annually. These are the peace contest, the prohibition con test, the woman's contest and the men's contest.'. To win two out of the four first places and to tie for first in one of the two remaining contests is a remarkable record for a class of orators with only one years training. One year later, George Tripp, wht. later became a . Congregational mhv ister, won first place in the Prohibit ition contest; Frank Wood tied for first in the peace contest and Marin Dixon again won the woman's con test In 1916 J. Lyndon Beebe. who is now an aviator, won the prohibition con test and represented KtmstCs with high honors at the Prohibition National Convention at St Paul. Paul Bres of Kingman won the mens contest and representing Kansas won third hon ors in the national contest. Brees also is in the army. Miss Tillie Ma gill won the womans1 contest. The fallowing year Harbison went to the University of Illinois, but men and women he had trained continued to win high honors. Paul Brees car ried off the first place in the Kansas peace contest, while Marion LeCocq, now in the army, won the prohibition state contest. Miss Myitis Downing, a Stafford girl, carried 'off first hon ors in the womans contest. - Brees went to the University' of Ill inois the following year . and while there won hfch honors in oratory un der the direction of Harbison. Now Harbison is returning to Fair mount College, the scene of his earl ier triumphs. The men he formerly trained are with the colors. It re mains to be seen if he can develop oratorical ability among ' the young men and women he will find in col lege. His friends believe he will for he has unusual ability as a teacher of oratory. An Early Choice : r mmr X - e - I 4 1 It Is something of"5 iTuTnre lluit it Is already time to look about and choose a heavy coat as part of the college girl's school outfit. But manufacturers have seen to It that the looking about shall not be in vain. In view of the scarcity of wool materials It Is a happy circumstance that the new coats are not' radically different from those of last year, for It Is the part of patriotism to muke last year's coals do service for this year If pos sible. It can't be done many times girls have a way of adding several Inches to their height or other dimen sions In the course of a year. Each outgrown coat ought to be passed along to someone who can wear It. The outstanding characteristics of the new coats are sturdlness and good style. The materials are In heavy wool mixtures, duolones, English tweeds, cheviots and other heavy coatings. Many coats have only their bodies lined, the thickness of the material making more lining unnecessary. Col ors are quiet, including lovely shades In taupe, bison, French blue, 'dark Forerunners of In July the woman who must pro vide herself with new hendwear turns her back upon summer materials- straws and summer flowers and asks for something new. It seems she likes to anticipate nnd foreshadow the season ahead In her millinery. This and the knowledge that summer Is wan ing and another summer will bring Its own new millinery allurements, makes her buy hats for fall even In the dog- days, as she crowns her head with straw In January or February with the snow flying. The shops nnd stores are now full of fabric hats for the dcml-season, be tween summer and enrly winter, and Include many hats for fall that will outlast that season and do service In the winter as well. There hns been a growing appreciation of beautiful lines that has resulted In the most becoming shapes we have ever had. Crowns are usually soft nnd often draped. These models passed the old acid test of good 'millinery that Is "the woman must look better In her hat than without It" or It Is Dot a successful . hat Much effective, but not Intricate, needle work appears In new millinery tinsel- thcend, . chenUe, heayy , em broidery silk and yarns of all sorts. Millinery workrooms feel the obliga tion to save time and materials as a war measure, therefore work on hats must not be lavish, but what there Is of It must be beautifully done. The group of three lovely hats for fall shown above tells much more plainly than words can the first of the story about the new season's styles. At the left a soft round hat Is an example Of clever use of cut oat talk over satin. Long stitches mt in Misses' Coats tiruwn and gray. ' Buttons pre large and match the cloth. Collars are ample and button up about the throat In the coziest manner possible, allow ing the throat and chin to snuggle Into them. Tliey extend up at the back over the neck and may be worn open the largest ' ones forming graceful small capes becoming to slim girls. Imported English tweeds havo the advantage of the best of cloths and the smartest of styles, for coats made of this unexcelled material are de signed nnd made In this country. The rnglnn sleeve seems to belong to them and buttons carry out the. mixture of gray and durk tones In the fabric. Many of the new models have large patch pockets cut In various shapes and most of them have narrow belt of the same material as the coat But tonholes are usually bound. In length the coats almost cover the dress, reach ing to within two Inches or so of the bottom of the skirt. Altogether the new coats for misses are a joy ; full of style and comfort and a great credit to American designers, who excel In all tailored garments. . , . Fall Millinery line the cut out and either chenille oi silk could make them. There Is a frivolous but fascinating ponipou at the front which proclaims It a hat for the young woman. Just below It Is a hat for late sum mer and early fall of navy blue and white taffeta. Disks and rings of white felt are joined by stitches of yarn In a band for crown and brim. At the front there are two ornaments covered by being wound with folds of silk. Daintiness and elegance pro nounce this a model that would tri umph anywhere among women of fine taste. At the right a rich look ing and picturesque model Is prophetic of winter made of some novelty In fabrics that outrivals velvet It has facing of satin', placed with such exquisite finish In the workmanship that It makes the hat a novelty of the highest class. And the trimming Is a simulated quill made of the same fabrics as those In the hat another example of what the millinery artist can do by combining materluts and Ideas. - Blouse Fashions. It Is evident that ull blouses that bear the stamp of fashion will extend half-way between the waist and knees. These blouses are often sleeveless when worn under coats. They are built of colored chiffon that does not match the gown, or of linen, albatross, silk and woolen jersey and corded silks. Every effort Is being made to put out of fashion the blouse that ends at thf waist line and cats off the figure. .fM,:. (L-Jf GOOD-BYE BACKACHE, KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES For centuries all over the world GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has af forded relief In thousands upon thou sands of cases of lame back, lumbago, sciatica, rheumatism, gallstones, grav el and all other affections of the kid neys, liver, stomach, bladder and al lied organs. - It- acts quickly. . It does the work. It cleanses your krdneys and purifies the blood. It makes a new. man, a new woman, of you. It frequently wards off attacks of the dread and fatal diseases of the kid neys. It often completely cures the distressing diseases of the organs of the body allied with the bladder and kidneys. Bloody or cloudy urine, sed iment, or "brlckdust" Indicate an un healthy condition. Do not delay a minute If your back aches or you. are re across the loins or have difficulty when urinating. Go to your druggist at once and get a . Time Limit Mrs. Knlcker Have yeu a perma nent cook? x Mrs. Bocker Yes, she said she would stay till we could get another. A man and two women were arrest ed In New York recently for attempt ing to sell a baby for 35 cents. VJIszt MafrcG You Feat Tired? If it isn't hard work or exercise, then its your blood. Your blood has been poisoned by the bite of a malar ia mosquito or by stomach and liver disorders. In some cases low vitality and lack of energy is due to thin, weak blood. Grovo'o Taaieieaa chill Tonic Enriches the Blood and Purines the Blood; by this means it Strengthens the body from head to toe and you can soon feel its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect. It contains just what the blood needs, Iron and Quinine, in a form acceptable to the most deli cate stomach. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC is an ex ceptionally Good General Strengthening Tonic for the Child, for the Mother or any of the Family, young or old. Pleasant to take. Price 60c Perfectly Harmless. Contains no HuX'Vontlca or other Poisonous Drugs KT" GrovoG chili Tonic Tnialcia You can now get Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic in Tablet form as well as in Syrup, the kind you have always bought. The Tablets are intended for those who prefer to swallow a tablet rather than a syrup, and as a convenience for those who travel. The tablets are called "GROVE'S chill TONIC TABLETS" and contain exactly the same medicinal properties and produce ex. actly the same results as Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic which is put up in bottles. The price of either is 60c atcli Your A Cool, Sweet, Strong guard Against "Keen vour stomach In onnr wnrlr ing order during the hot summer months and you will have little to fear in the way of sickness" the advice many physicians give as hot weather approaches. Good, sound, common sense advice, too. For very frequently, and especial ly in hot weather, these common stom ach disorders which so many people, seem to regard as of minor importance, do open the way for serious Ulneee. So keep your stomach sweet, cool and comfortable all summer long.Tho extra war work change of diet poi sons that come with hot weather all hit as in the stomach. The strongest stomach will need help this sumner as never before. The one easy way If yon have the right remedy is to rid the stomach of too much acid. Because it's superacid-' Ity that interferes with digestion and assimulation, and this causes about all those stomach miseries yon are so familiar with heartburn, food-re Heat J cfGoir coming to fanners from the Western Canada. Where vou can at $15 to $30 per acre and raise f t2 wheat to the acre it'a easv offers in her provinces of Manitoba, 160 Acre Homssleads Fres to Settlers and other land at very low prices. Thousands of farmers from the U. 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They will quickly relieve those stiffened joints, that bnckache, rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, irnll stones, gravel, "brlckdust," etc. They are an effective remedy for all dis eases . of the bladder, kidney, liver, stomach .and allied- organs. Your druggist will cheerfully refund your money If you are not satisfied after a few days' use. Accept only the pure, original GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. - None other genuine. Adr. Hlo Class. "So the new private Is a million aire.' :"Ves; lie's n real dough boy." The Diagnosis. v "Hasn't the patient n decidedly de veloped case of egoism?" "No; Just plain, ordinary flts."' eattier Stomach Your Beet Safe Summer Sickness ing, indigestion, sour, gassy stomach . aud that miserable, bloated, puued-up condition ater eating. Now here is good news. An easy, sure relief has been found to got rid of the harmful acidity and cahcs in the Etomach. It is called EATON1C, good tasting compound that yoa eat hist like candy. A tablet or two of EATONIO after moals will work won ders. Yon con have no idea of what sure, quick comfort EATONIO brings until you do try it. Use EATONIO after your meals, enjoy a good appetite and get full strength from f he food yoa eat. At the same time protect your self from summer stomach and bowel miseries. Get a big box of EATONIO from yiur druggist today. lie will tell yoa that people who have osed EATONIO say that they never dreamed that any thing could give such quiok and won derful resnlta. It costs only 60o a box and if it fails in any way, your drug gist, who you know and trust, will re turn your money. " rich wheat fields of buv food farm land from 20 to 45 fans be Is itfjt) to make money. Canada Saskatchewan and Alberta Staach ivi h A ft