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MEADE COUNTY NEWS. MEADE. KANSAS.
THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to R.fM Hop Hthh Ellensburg, Wash. "After I was married 1 was cot well for a lone time and a good deal 01 the time was not able to go about Our greatest desire was to have a child in our home and one day my husband came d? . from town wi bottle of Lydia Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and wanted me to try it It brought relief from mv troubles. I improved In health so I could do my housework ; we now have a little one, all of which I owe to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. O. S. Johnson, R. Nov 8, Ellensburg, Wash. There Bre women everywhere who long for children in their homes yet are denied this happiness on. account of aome functional disorder which in most cases would readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such women should not give opthope ontil they have given this wonderful medicine a trial, and for special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result-of 40 yean experience is at your service. r There's Magic, in New Arrivals in Afternoon Gowns VERMIN ATTRACTED BY FOOD - " '. . I- I. : . . - '. If No Scraps Are Around There Will Be Little Trouble With Ant or Roaches. The surest way to keep a house free from ants is to leave no food lying about on shelves or lu open places, where they can reach It. Ants go where they find food, and If the food supplies of the household are kept In ant-proof metal containers or In lee boxes, and If all foods that may hap pen to be scattered by children or oth ers Is cleaned up promptly, the nnt nuisance will be slight. Cake, bread, sugar, meat, and like substances, are especially attractive to the ants, and should be kept from them. Koaches will not frequent rooms unless, they find some valuable food material, . and If such materials can he kept from living rooms and ofllces or scrupulous core exercised to see that 'no such material Is placed . In drawers where It can leave an' attrac tive 'odor or fragments of food, the roach nulsunce can be1 largely restrict M to plilces - where-food'. necessarily must be kept. . ' Oh, Weill "Do you raise flowers, Mrs. Subb Urbs?" asked Mrs. Sltty-Folks. "No, we merely plant 'em. The chickens raise 'em." Heading, Pa., posts a night guard around Its city hall to prevent visits of supposed German spies. Used to It "Here's that returned soldier boast Ing about how he was gassed in the trenches, end It never hurt him." "How could it? He 'was a book agent for ten years." New York has 5,000 women enlisted In a police reserve corps. . A Messago to Mothers 0X7 know the real human doctors right around in your neighborhood t the doctors made of flesh and blood just like you : the doctors with souls and hearts : those men who are responding to your call in the Y dead of nitrht as readily as in the broad davlieht: thev are readv to tell you the good that Fletcher's Castoria has done, is doing and will do, from their experience and their love for children. i ' Fletcher's Castoria is nothing new. We are not asking you to try an experiment We. just want to impress upon you the importance or buying Fletcher's, Your physician will tell you this, as he knows there are a num ber cf imitations on the market, ' and he ia particularly 'interested in . tne wen are oi your nany.' Genuine Castoria always bear the signature of Red Cross Ball Blue A hundred years ago, the magic, dazzling 'whiteness it gives to the coarsest as well as most delicate fabrics would have caused its user to be hailed as a witch. To-day . she is the envy of her neighbors, at much less labor to herself. Mokes clothes beautiful. Buy it try it and you'll stick to it Hi all good grocers S Cents Almost Free! PUT IT SQUARELY UP TO DAD Young Son of Famous Member of "Vlg ' Mantes" Frankly Considered His Father a Slacker. Ellis Tarker Butler, the author, who lives at Flushing, and Is devoting hia energy to aiding in the successful prosecution of the war, does not bear an enviable reputation Tor patriotism In his own household. Mr. Butler hns been writing for the Thrift and .War stamps campaign. '"' Mr; Butler is the - father of twin . sons of tender age: - Several nights ago ; he returned home, tired after a day's work for the . lied. Cross and took his. seat at the head, of the table. After they had finished their dinner the twins produced their Thrift stamps and started to count them. "Dad, look at all the stamps I have," said one of the youngsters. "I have 200. Look at brother's pile; he has more than I." Mr. Butler nodded approvingly to Mrs. Butler and they both smiled. There was silence for a minute, then one of the twins looked up and ex v claimed : "Dad, why don't you do some thing patriotic?" Judging from the new arrivals in afternoon gowns the tunic hns no Idea of abdicating In favor of the panels and broad sashes that bear It company. The tunic redeems the adored straight line silhouette from severity, and is a becoming affair not to be lightly given up. But It must divide honors with Its rivals and make place for them with Itself on the new frocks. Two'other new style notes are mnk Ing a hazard of new fortunes In after noon gowns they are the much longer skirts nnd wide silk fringes. Fringes were Immediately accepted and ac claimed, but the fate of long skirts Is uncertain. Women hnve grown In dependent nnd will not accept what ever Is presented without question of Its convenience or becomlngness. In the attractive gown shown here, which might be of any of the yuppie silk fabrics, there is a tunic ncross the front and sides with three wide tucks across the bottom that gradu ate Its length. The underskirt takes no heed of the long skirt mnndnte, be ing less than ankle 'ength. The bodice opens over a vestee of white georgette crepe, and has tne effect or tne pop ular slip-over model. Its round neck Is outlined with bends and "they are all set In a row, like . tiny buttons, Nothing Like That "Didn't Peggy marry a literary mani" "Dear me, no : he's a magazine wrltT." Life. cTfvc Wear and Tear on that boy of yours during the active years of childhood and youth necessitates ,o real building food. Grape-Nuts ' supplies.the essentials for vigorous minds ' and bodies at any age. : There's a Rcasorf down the front of the vest. The sleeve is cut with cuff and flare which are features of the season, the flaring portion finished with silk fringe. The sash, made of the same mate rial ns the drees, ia very wide. It Is handsomely braided on the girdle about the waist arid on the sash ends. These are finished with wide fringe. , This is one of the simplest of new dressy gowns. Since, the- afternoon gown Is to be called upon to serve for evening as we"', some of the new mod els are far more Intricate in design, New pile fabrics add to their richness. and the.long heavy silk fringes are beautifully suited to the materials. These fringes ar? expensive, but, like fine lace, they are sparingly used. Waists of Dark Colors. Many georgette waists are In dark colors, such as brown nnd navy, but all of these waists are trimmed; with a lighter color, either with vestees and collars or with embroidery or beading. Many strictly tailored blouses are to be seen nnd these hnve high collars with turnover sections. No Older Than Your Face. Is true in most cases. Then keep your face fair and young with Cutlcura Soap and touches of Cutlcura Oint ment as needed. For free samples ad dress, "Cutlcura, ' Dept. X, Boston." Sold by druggists and by mall. Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv., Three Million Spangles In Flag. A flag of extraordinary beauty, com posed entirely of spangles, was recent ly displayed-in-a Chicago store win dow. The brilliant . emblem, flashing back the light from innumerable points, extended almost the 'full Width of the panel at the back of the display area. Three and one-half million pf the tiny metal dsks, strung on threads, were used in fasblonlng this flag. -Popular Mechanics Magazine. GIRLS! USE LEMONS , - FOR SUNBURN, TAN i ; , f - , Try Itl Make th la lemon lotion '. to whiten your tanned' or ' , . freckled tkln. )'" Popularity of Gingham. Gingham has a very prominent place In summer wardrobes this season. Squeeze the Juice of two lemons. In to a' bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake Well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn nnd tan lotion, and complex, ion whitener, at. very, very Shia'l cost Tour 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 fra grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands and see how, quickly the freckles, sunburn, windburn and tan disappear and how clear," soft and white the skin becomes. Yes) It 18 harmless. Adv. Velvet Hats in Fall's Millinery Pageant .-. .. .. ' !; . , . i .: . IVi if j in if I V"7 ' ( Vi Joy for Archeologists. I was at Carchemlsh on the day the greatest Hlttlte find ever onenrthed was, revealed to .the,. eve. of man, for. the first time In three thousand, years. When the enthusiastic InborerW had. carefully uncovered tho precious dolc- rlte slab, (jmd, jtle (overseer,'., bending over It like some neur-slghted Silas Marner caressing his gold,"'hnd ' dis covered, flint It boro he longest Hlttlte Inscription ever found, ten shots from a big Colt revolver, flred as a back sheesh to the stone, echoed nnd re echoed ncross the Euphrates, and workmen nnd directors knew that a big find hnd been mude. Pandemonium was let loose. Labor ers came running from nil directions to share In the Joy of discovery. I al so shared In that Joy. I shouted con gratulations to Khali, the giant pick-man. "Praise be to God!" I cried. He grinned so I could see all his teeth, and answered, "God's blessing return to you I" Christian Herald. Stomach TmuhlM and Dvfitrr MMd trum Drinking lc WaMr or from alMpIng near n omd window kDonia i cjMOKeq lmmeai- el BoUl or UKUVI B BAB I 111 botll of OKOVI'B BAJUf bOWHL tare ana euro remeay ror Bommer Ujulu SmUt tor A401U u tut Ltalr. Ont i MHOlOINa, Ufa and wn remedy for Bammei uiarrpoeaa, u Children. In the pageant of new millinery for fall, which will soon pass In review, there will be found so great a variety In shapes that every woman may be Bure of a becoming hat. Owing to the Irregularity of brims, the soft crowns, and the general excellence of trlmlmngs and shapes, It is to be a season to be remembered. Hats are more carefully made than ever, and hand-craft tells Its fascinating story In their trimmings. There is the dawn of a tomorrow for ostrich plumes and beautiful feather pieces made of ostrich plumes. Many small hand-made ornaments, along with em broideries and needlework, In chenille, floss, yarn, braids and tinsel threads, make trimmings as varied as the fan cies and thoughts of designers. Out of the world of shapes three types that differ entirely are shown In the group of hats pictured here. All of the shapes are velvet covered, and this Is the only thing they have In common. The shapes, to begin with, are carefully thought out to make their lines becoming, and trimmers are care ful not to destroy or blur beautiful lines. Ia the hat at the top ithe brim la flexible and Its lines flow about the face in gentle curves. The crown is not covered smoothly the velvet is wrinkled on and a band of needle work In chenille covers the only smooth part of It. Two soft ostrich plumes take shelter on the under brim at the back. One can Imagine this rich hat in any of the season' fa vored colors and the picture will be perfect Just below It to the left a ma tronly turban reveals a boat-shaped frame draped with velvet. Set about the coronet are ornaments, made of ostrich flues, that suggest ragged chrysanthemums. They give the height required for dignity In hats for older women. This model will be effective In any of the darker colors of the season. At the right a pretty shape ha Its round crown covered with corded vel vet and a narrow droopy brim that Is plain. It Is In a taupe shade and .Is brightened by two clusters of velvet covered fruit one on the brim and one set against the crown. Hard Luck, Indeed. "Say," said an Infantryman, Mdo yon want to hear about the worst piece of out-of-luck that ever happened In the A. B. F.? A pal of mine went Into the fight with 2,000 francs In his pocket Now he's reported missing." Stars and Stripes. We'll say this for money. It's the only thing that will make some fellows wctk. South Pasadena Home Guardsmen refuse to read Hearst publications. no iJORr.ic In A Healthy Child All children troubled with worms have anun-v healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance , . GroWo'c ; TqotGlQOO chill Tonic contains just what the blood needs, Iron and Quinine; in a form acceptable , to the most delicate stomach. and if given regularly for two or three weeks will! enrich the blood, improve the digestion and act as,& general strengthening tonic to the whole system. Nature will then throw off or dispel the worms, and v the child will be in perfect health. It is pleasant to take. Price 60c. , PERFECTLY . HARMLESS. CONTAINS NO1 NUX-VOMICA GR OTHER POISONOUS DRUGS VJhcn A General Strengthen infj Tonco Sa Heeded in tho Home For The Child, For tho Mother or the Father, Taho Grovo'o Taateicqo chili Tonio HT Grovo'o chili ToniD Tablets 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, arid 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 .Tasteles3.'chill Tonic whioh it put up in bottles. The price of either is 60c. : , .. r-. : r-i rr- St.,'Loul8, THO.i Is to be wholly with- ' , ' i Yum Yum. I 'After -watching Borne folks eating the delightful fruit, one Is Inclined to say wltlf that distinguished statesman Whoso name we forget, "Come on In the watermelon's fine.". '. An honest mnn never has to alt up nights wondering how much his, .neigh bors know about him. Illinois last year reported 22,241 fires with Insurance of $0,747,207. ritit linrd coal next winter.. W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 35-1918. HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES IF YOUR BACK ACHES Do you feel tired and "worn-outJ" Are you nervous and irritable? Don't sleep well at night? Have a "dragged out," unrested feeling when you get up In the morning? Dizzy spells 7 Bil ious? Bad taste In the meuth, back ache, pain or soreness la the loins, and abdomen? Severe distress when urinating, bloody, cloudy tirlne or sed iment? All these Indicate gravel or stone in the bladder, or that the poi sonous microbes, which are always in your system, have attacked your kid neys. ton should use GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules Immediately. The oil soaks gentry Into the walls and lining of the kidneys, and the lit tle poisonous animal germs, which are causing the inflammation, are Imme diately attacked and chased out of your system without inconvenience or pain. Don't Ignore the "little pains and aches," especially backaches. They may bellttle now but there Is no tell ing how soon a dangerous or fatal dis ease of which they are the forerun ners may show Itself. Go after the cause of that backache at once, or you may find yourself In the grip of an In curable disease. Do not delay a minute. Go to your druggist and insist on bis supplying yon with a box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules.' In 24 hours you will feel renewed nealtn and vigor. After you have cured yourself, con tinue to take one or two Capsules each day so as to keep in first-class condition, and ward off the danger of future attacks. Money refunded If they do not help yon. Ask for the original Imported GOLD MEDAL brand, and thus be sure of getting tho genuine. Adv. Are You Bloated After Eating With that gassy, puffy feeling, and hurting near your heart? For Quick Relief Take ONE ATOM Cfor your stomach s sake) Yon can fairly feel it work. It drives the GAS ont of your body and the Bloat goes -with it Removes Qnickly Indigestion, Heartburn, Soar Stomach, tc y f CM EATONIC from yotm DruggUt with ! DOUBLE GUARANTEE !J .JtSI. J V, c IK f ( Cat