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DR. M’CULLOCH PAYS TRIBUTE TO WAR HEROES Presents French Memorials to Relatives of Shelby Coun ty’s 42 Dead. BASIS OF AMERICANISM Special to The Times. SHELBYVILLE, Ind., Feb. 23.—A beau tiful tribute to the men who gave their lives in the war was paid by Dr. Carleton B. McCulloch in presenting to relatives of forty-two Shelby county men who died in the war the memorial certificates, the gift of the French government as a token of appreciation of sacrifices made In the cause of freedom. Dr. McCulloch, who served as a lieu tenant colonel in the medical department in France, included In his talk a number of instances showing the courage of both American and French soldiers in the war. The unpardonable sin. Dr. McCulloch told his audience, is the sin of ingrati tude, but. he added, our sister republic will purge itself of any implication that republics are ungrateful. He called upon the relatives of the dead soldiers to be of good cheer in the thought of the service rendered by their loved ones. PATS TRIBI TE TO SISTER REPUBLIC. Dr. McCulloch’s speech in part, fol lows : “In the memorials about to be dis tributed to those whose sons and broth ers have laid their lives freely upon the altar of freedom, the of France, over the authenticated signature of her president. Poincare, calls all men to wit ness, calls the living rocks to behold, that she holds in honor and respect and love, and all enduring gratitude, the memory of those tine young men, who stood not upon the order of their going, but gladly left the city and the farm to do their utmost to stem the tide of aggression, which was threatening to en gulf not the continent of Europe but the whole wide world. “Glad am I indeed that France tenders this tribute to our dead. Glad are we that those sorrowing families may not feel that the world rolls easily by. with the mind full of new thoughts and prob lems, and with never a pause for a hand ;lasp with those whose firesides are va cant by virtue of the patriotic sacrifices ot their erstwhile occupants. HONORS DEAD # OF OTHER WARS. “One of the finest, one of the most ennobling attributes of American idealism is the respect and the honor we pay to the heroic dead whose lives were the price of our freedom. Scattered over the length and breadth of our country are memorials in enduring stone to those sturdy patriots of our wars—Revolu tionary, Mexican. Civil and Spanish wars —and we take our children bv the hand and point out to them that there is no higher glory, an more exalted destiny than to die for one's country. We instill into their impressionable minds the glories of American ideals, of freedom of thqught. of freedom of speech, of repre sentative government, of religious free dom, and we tell them that the time may come, may always come, when other things are as nothing compared to these principles, and wealth and family and comfort must be left behind to do battle against any foe who advances lo over throw them. “And you. fathers and mothers and wives, here today, kept those Sres burn ing In the hearts of your loved ones now gone. When the trumpet sounded calling them to arms, you did not hold them back, but bade them godspeed and good courage, and a safe return, if so he the Hand that rules the universe should so ordain. v SACRED CHARGE CPON UVIXG. ‘‘Then from every nook and hamlet, from the forge and mills, and college, from broad acres begging to be gar nered. our young men beard the call and dropped their tools, abandoned their lesser duties ami gathered in the camps. “Shame be upon you if ever in the days to come you let the luster of their memory dim by one slight shade of mistiness. Shame he upon you if the stranger within your gates finds not their memory kept green and ever be fore the eyes of men. “And so I say unto yon, the recip ients of these memorials from a grateful republic: Let not your hearts be trou bled. You are not pitied, you are en vied by those in whose midst you have lived so many years. Taps have been long sounded over the graves of the de parted, but the echoes ‘carry on.’ the most far-.-eaching of all the airs in our own or any other army. “Full of the feeling of restlessness, as one bugle after another takes It up amd carries It along Into the distance, it arouses all the thoughts and memories of comradeship and homesickness ard love, and thoughts beyond the grave. An Insuppresslble emotion comes up from the depths of the heart; a lump in the throat, and an eye suffused, and we flush with exultation at the thought, that these, your brothers, your husbands, and your sons have remained steadfast and true to the high ideals and the noble aspira tions of the luminous morning hours of their youth. Father and Son in a Double Wedding A double wedding ceremony of father and son was the outstanding feature of "Father and Son Week’’ which terminated yesterday. Rev. W. E. Cissna. pastor of the West Washington Street Methodist church per formed the double wedding ceremony for the father and son. I. W. Bowman. 51, and feis son. Arthur M. Bowman, were the bridegrooms. The elder Bowman's bride was May B. Wi!d fflan, 105 Bloomington street, and the son's bride was Bertha M. Holycross, 163S Cornell avenue. Great Britain Tells of Speedy New Tank LONDON, Feb. 23.—Secretary of War Winston Churchill, in the new army es timates, made public today, announced the invention of anew “super tank" ca pable of speeding twenty miles an hour. The British army is opening new schools for the training of officers and non commissioned officers. The army is con tinuing Its tests with poison gas. Irish Woman Talks at Y. W. C. A. Services Miss Sara C. Palmer, widely known author and evangelist of Belfast, Ireland, spoke on "The and Its Furniture’’ at the 4 o'clock vespesr services in the Y. IV . C. A. Sunday' afternoons. Vo cal selections were offered by Mrs. Jean McCormick and Mrs. Bertha Roudebusch. BEHOVES MATCH SCRATCHES. A slice of lemon rubbed on match scratches which have been made on painted woodwork, will remove the scratches. The lemon should be followed by whiting, and a soapy cloth. T‘WHY?’ TO OPEN COMMUNITY CENTER ,. v _ .- -<#^>; ' Miss Willie R. Cameron at piano; Miss Nell M. Korn, standing. Community service activities will get under way in full swing at the Victory Memorial church, Villa and Woodluwn avenues, tonight when Miss Nell M. Korn and Miss Willie It. Cameron, stu dents at the Cincinnati College of Music,' give a program. The Victory church social center was dedicated Sunday with fitting exercises. The "Two Chums," us Miss Cameron PRIMARY LISTS CLOSE MARCH 3 Republicans Seek to Put Names on Before Too Late. Petitions asking that the names of re publican candidates for president be placed on the primary ballot in Indiana may be filed by friends of some of the candidates this week. March 3 is the last day on which petitions may be filed The law requires that each petition must bear the signatures of at least 300 bona fide voters. It is understood that the Lowden. liarding and Johnson petitions i will not contain many more than th* Pf,(-pssary number, as no effort has been made by their managers to obtain a large number of signors. On the other hand, the Leonard V> ood organization has obtained several thou sand signers. No announcement has been iftade as to whether all these signatures will be filed with the secretary of state or whether a petition containing only the necessary number of signatures will be filed. JOHNSON’ CLI BS BEING ORGANIZED. Johnson-for-presldent clubs are being formed in several Indiana cities, includ ing Bloomington, Evansville and La fayette, according to word received today aC'the local Johnson campaign head* quarters Considerable comment has been aroused over the reported demand of Mayor Frank P. Carson of South Bend that Vernon W. YanFleet, manager of the Harding campaign, resign from the re publican state committee. Both Mr. Van- FJeet and Harry G. Hogan, manager of Gen. Wood's campaign in Indiana, are members of the state committee. Both take the attitude that ary voter has tlie right to express his choice and that the expression of a choice should not prevent'him from serving on the state committee. NEG LEY t'ONTIXTKS EIGHT FOR PLACE. Senator Harry E. Ncgley of Indianap olis will continue In the campaign for the nomination for lieutenant governor so that Marion county delegates may ask for the second place on the ticket “in the event that the first place be found by Mr. Fesler's friends to he un attainable.” The announcement of James W. Fesler Look Out for Grip! Fight off that Cold! Here's Means 30c. drag stores. Large size My Emergency Offer Go to your drug store and buy a tube of Kondon’s Catarrhal Jelly, If it does not give you results worth several rimes the cost, I will gladly refund what you paid for it. KONDON MFG. CO. Minneapolis, Minn. I * and Miss Korn are known, aided In ttfe dedicatory ceremony. Miss Korn is a vocalist and reader and Miss Cameron a plunlst. Soon after entering school the girls became com panions and rlnce have given many con certs together. Miss Cameron comes from Lexington. Miss., and Miss Korn's home is in Mid dletown, O. that he was a candidate for the repub lican nomination for governor came as a blow to the campaign of Senator Neg ley us it is considered luffiosslble to nomi nate a candidate for governor and a candidate for lieutenant governor from the same county. Police Halt Sunday Movies in Kokomo KOKOMO, Ind., Feb. 23 Person* who enjoy watching a movie film on Sunday will have to find some other diversion. Movie operators tried to open their amusement places yesterday. It didn't work. The police tpk the managers to headquarters and after giviflg bond they were told to appear in court today. Mayor Isaac Wright is the foe of the Sunday movie, in spite of the fa- t that a canvass of the local plants showed a vote of four to one in favor of Sunday movies with certain restrictions he had the police swoop down on the picture houses when they tried to run. The mayor says movies desecrate Sun day. The ministers take the same view. Feminine Headgear to Include Horsehair CINCINNATI. O. Feb. 23.—T1:u0 works changes. • The headgear of femininity In America this spring will include horsehair. Time was when hermits used horse hair as a garment for self-inflicted penance. "It’s the Jazz which has Rotten into spring millinery,” was the explana tion offered when the discovery was made at a local exhibition of sprlug hats that some of the new hats have an irregular, or Jugged, outline Home of the new millinery is sash !ond from celluloid which has been made into a fireproof, shiny sub stance called celephane. One model consisted of celephane combined with black maline. Speaking from a millinery point of view, the coming season will be a shiny one. Great quantities of Jet will be flsed, as well ns braids with a metallic surface, and a glossy vareity of trim ming known as glycerine ostrich. TAKE no chances with a cold during the raw weather. Prevent colds if you can. \ Break up colds quickly when they do come. Be prepared. Buy a tube of Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly. When wet or chilled use it as a preventa tive. Attack colds in their very beginning. Kondon’s is antiseptic and healing. It destroys germs in the nasal passages. | It prevents colds. It helps break up colds. Daily use of this fine, clean remedy is a good safe guard, and a habit of cleanliness that compares with scrubbing the teeth^ KONDON’S CATARRHAL JELLY INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1920. WILSON’S STAND OF AID TO ITALY Foreign Disputes Distract From Local Problems. LONDON, Feb. 23.—Wilson’s policy in dealing with the. Adriatic problem makes Is doubly difficult of settlement because Italy probably welcomes a foreign dis pute at this time as it, draws the atten tlon of the Italian populace away from acute local problems. ’ The country’s history recently has been one of continued strikes. The postal employes’ strike ended .Tan. 20, when the railwaymen struck. It Is not known In America that the railwaymen were already better paid that any .state employes and that they demanded bigger wages, strict enforcement of the eight hour day and that representatives of a semi-anarchistic organization called “The Syndicate,” be permitted to sit on the railway board of administration. The government, afraid of strikes, granted the demands until the matter could be settled by parliament. Never theless the strike was called and the gov ernment feared to proclaim martial law or discharge the strikers. Fifteen days’ strike held up millions of tons of freight, much of which spoiled. The peasants on the farms, aroused by the big profits made In agriculture, formed leagues demanding and often getting the highest wages. In provinces near Venice, the farmers defied the gov ernment and a real reign of terror fol lowed. Farmhouses were burned, woods cut down and animals maimed by farm ers’ attacks. The fall In value of Italian money abroad is so pronounced that the govern ment now forbids the publication of newspapers of quotations on the stock exchange. The depreciation of money was followed by immense Increase in the cost of living, especially of shoes and clothing. LABOR PARTY STRENGTH SEEN Indiana Leaders See Gains in City and State. Leaders of the labor pnrt.v of Indiana today asserted that the party Is gaining strength In tin* city and slate notwith standing opposition <*f the American Fed eration of Labor set forth by Samuel Gompers In a letter to William Mitch. Terre Haute, an official of the state labor party. The Mnrltfn county convention of the party will be held next Sunday in Paint ers’ hall on North Delaware street. Charles It. Itogers, chairman of the city organisation, told members of the party at a mooting in Painters’ hall Sun day that many labor organizations In the city are in full sympathy with the move ment. Mr. Gompers declared In his letter to Mr. Mitch that formation of a political labor party at this would be greatly detrimental to the interests of labor. Labor votes should be cast to elect men friendly to labor and not wasted In support of candidates of a party which ran not hope to win, the federation bead argued. J. F. Wild Buys Bond Issue for New Road Hperiul lo Tlie Times. NOBLESVILLE, Ind., Feb. 23 A bond issue for $111,500 for the construction of the Rooker concrete road, which will con nect Indianapolis and Noblesville, has been sold by the county treasurer to the Wilde State Hank of ludlanapolla at par and accrued Interest. There was only one bidder. This is .the largest bond sale ever made In Hamilton county at one time. Draft Horse Breeders Meet in Noblesville Hpeclal to The Times. NOBLESVILLE, Ind., Feb. 23 The draft horse breeders of central Indiana will hold a meeting In this city Satur day. Feb. 28. The principal speakers will he W. B. Krulck of Lafayette, secretary of the Stallion Enrollment Board of In diana, and J. W. flehah of the nntiim) husbandry department of the government. The meeting will close with a Judging contest among high school boys, at which eash prizes will he awarded. Fame Leads Wife Into Divorce Court NEW YORK, Feb. 23.—After his wife has been co-author of a successful play, he was no longer a hero in her eyes. Jonas Rcheff, woslthv vllk manufacturer, told the court. His wife Is suing for separation. Let’s Piin a Medal Upon the Baker Man It is doubtful if that once famous ex pression, “Coffee and,” would ever have been if It weren’t for our friend the baker. For said baker is the gent who makes the "and” portion of the expres sion. Who’s the fellow who amuses the kid dies with bis nice white cap and apron and with his flour-besmeared face? Who causes sweet odors to flow forth from hot ovens? Who comes to the rescue when friend wife hag neglected to bake your daily bread ? Who holds a soft spot in the heart of every cookie-loving tot? While the sweet cookie factory man is puffing up the inside of a raised dough nut, lie Is also puffing up a shore of happiness throughout bis neighborhood. We all love to eat, eh? Let’s hang a gold medal on Mr. Bakeman! Urges South Dakota to Back Gen. Wood TIERRE, S. D., Feb. 23.—Gov. Peter Norback opened his speaking campaign as a candidate for the United States senate here, with an Indorsement of the candidacy of Leonard Wood for presi dent. “Wood was placed on the majority re publican ticket In this stale by a vote of the legally elected delegates to the republican state convention," lie said. "I accept the judgment of that convention. I am for Leonard Wood because he has proved himself to be a man of construc tive mind and progressive tendancles.” Coal Men to Have Equipment Exhibit An elaborate display of coal trueks, motor trucks and other equipment for the handling of coal has been arranged as a feature of the convention of the Indiana foal Merchants’ association to be held here April 27-29, according to R. R. Yeagley, secretary of the association. The display will be held in the new manufacturers building at the state fair grounds on the second day of the con vention. The convention will be held at Hotel Severin. Refuses to Raise Rent; Given Dinner CHICAGO, Feb. 23—The congregaion will now arise and sing the praises of Henry E. Miller. He refused to raise the rent of apartments and tenants staged g big party on bis birthday In his honor. You Need Not Suffer from Catarrh But You Must Drive It Out of Your Blood to Get Rid of It Permanently. You have probably been In the habit of applying external treat ments, trying to cure your Ca tarrh. You have used sprays, washes and lotions and possibly been temporarily relieved. But after a short time you had another attack and wondered why. You must realize that catarrh Is an in fection of the blood and to get permanent relief the catarrh In fection must he driven out of the blood. The quicker you come to understand this, the quicker you will get it out of your system. S. S. S.. which has been In constant NORTH ILLINOIS STREET ILIAN SUFFERED WITH RUATISIW; TELLS ROW PEPGEN RELIEVED Omer N. Kills. VVtnston apartments. 217*4 North Illinois street, Indianapolis. Interior decorator, is well known here for his artistic work In many of Hits city’s most exclusive homes. When Mr. Ellis recommends Fepgen, others may have confidence tn it. Mr. Kills would not In dorse the new tonic If It were not worthy of every good word that could be spokbn about it. He says: “I suffered with rheumatic pains in my limbs from hips to my ankles, and I was “A chip off the HEALTH and stamina are the reward of . Give Your Boy a Chance / For instance, let him eat all he wants of Fruited Wheat or Fruited Oats—the scien tific foods. ‘fTl Endorsed by dietary experts a-’ great brain, bone and muscle )ltVvl builders. ■ ySf,w\ Nurse Prevents Disastrous Fire at Risk of Life Carries Flaming Pan Fr r jm Hospital Drug Room — Badly Burned. CHICAGO, Feb. 23.—Miss Mabel Hazen, a nurse of Evanston hospital, was hailed as a heroine today by her co-tvorkers, as she lay on a cot near death from btyns. Miss Hazen was lu the drug room when a mixture she was working with enught Are. Many high explosives were stored In the room. The nurse grabbed the flaming pan and witbo.it making an outcry to startle the 100 patients, ran through a long corri dor leading to the street. As she threw open the door the wind blew the flames Into her face and her clothing caught fire. ' , Other nurses caught Miss Hazen out side the door and extinguished the flames, but not until she was severely burned. Hospital authorities declared her actions undoubtedly arverted -a se rious Are. Thief Quits Auto After Police Chase H. C. Stevens today has recovered pos session of the automobile stolen from Market street, near the monument, where he had parked it, but the thief presum ably is still going. Bicycle I’ollcemen Goldor and Landers attempted to gtop the driver of a car to warn him that his lights should be dimmed. His actions caused them to give chase and after a pursuit of six blocks the driver abnndoned the machine and escaped. It was then discovered that the car was the one stolen from Stevens, who hves at 6(50 East Twenty-second street. Condones Vandalism by German Leaders LONDON, Feb. 23. Trials of Field Marshal von IHndenburg and Gen. Luden dorff on the allied charge of destruction of villages In France and Belgium Is Im probable. Eugene Schiffer, German min ister of justice, was quoted ns saying in an Interview in Berlin, cabled to tha Dally Mall today. Destruction of the villages, Schiffer was quoted as saying, was under mili tary necessity and hence can not merit punishment. Schiffer will hare charge of the trials of the war guilty at Lelpslg. ‘WHY?’ use for over fifty years, will attack the catarrhal poisons, cleanse and strengthen the blood, so it will carry vigor and health to the mucous mem branes on Its Journeys through your body and nature will soon re store you to health, you will be re lieved of the droppings of mucous in your throat, sores in nostrils, had breath, hawking and spitting. All reputable druggists carry S. S. S. In stock and we recommend you give it a trial at once. The chief medical adviser of the Company will carefully answer all letters on the subject. There is no charge for the medical advice. Ad dress Swift Specific Company. 251 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. — Advertisement. often so stiff that T could hardly walk. Popgun wont right to the scat of my trouble and gave mo relief. week I felt so well that I almost forgot I ever had rheumatic pains.” Those who wish to know more of Pep gen may do so at Henry J. Huder's drug store. Washington and Pennsylvania streets, also Illinois and Michigan streets. Other first class druggists in Indianapolis and throughout the state also sell Pepgcn. —Advertisement. SAYS HOODOOS BRING FAILURE Big Meeting Speaker Tells Way to Overcome It. Men’s hoodoos are usually back ot their failures, Samuel W. Grnthwell, hu morous lecturer and economist, said In a lecture at the Y. M. C. A. Illg Meeting at English’s theater Sunday. A hoodoo, the speaker said, may take the form of pridefnlness, discouragement or any other quality tha£ may wreck a man’s hopes and quench his ambition. “Every man has a hoodoo of some sort,” Mr. Grathwell said. “There arc, hoodoos of imagination and bad luck, hut the worst hoodoo in a man’s life is summed up In the expression, ‘I never had a chance.’ It isn’t the pocket full of cash that counts, but the pocket full of sand—and if you’ve got sand to sprinkle on your tracks you won’t ncer. to worry.” Five hundred employes of E. C. As klns & Cos., led by H. C. Atkins, presi dent, were honor guests at the meeting. R Walter .Tarvis. director of public rec reation, addressed the boys’ big meeting at the Y. M v C. A. yesterday and Walter Wolfe addressed the fathers’ meeting. WILLOW FURNITURE HINT. When willow furniture will no longer become white when scrubbed with salt water, It may be turned to a bronze color with bitumen. ft r ! “Every Hour or So” He Had to Arise at Night Be cause of Kidney and Blad der Ailments, Tells of the Good Balmwort Tab lets Worked. Mr. W. E. Goff, connected with the D. L. & W. R. H., Syracuse, N. Y., writes: “For two years I had suffered from disorders of the kidneys and blad der. Distressing pain In the back and hips, depression and extreme nervousness. Also a frequent desire to urinate, many nights every hour or so, I would have to arise, as the pressure in bladder region was unbearable. My ankles swelled and my skin beeame dry and harsh. After using Balmwort Tablets I noticed relief and continued taking until now I feel wholly relieved of pain and suffering. I am glad to recommend Balmwort Tab lets as a most reliable beneficial medicine.” The Blackburn Products Cos., Dayton, Ohio, guarantee every package satisfac tory. or money hack, so why not stop your pain and distress with Balmwort Tablets. Sold by leading druggists. Price. $1.00.' Advertisement. A Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Up nis bsisr-msils Temedy Is • won der for quirk r*ult*. Easily cheaply made. Here is a home-made syrup which millions of people have found to be tfie most dependable means of break ing up *tubt>orn coughs. It is cheap and simple, but very prompt in action. Under its healing, soothing influence, chest soreness 'goee, phlegm loosens, breathing becomes easier, tickling in throat stops and you get a good night's restful sleep. The usual throat and chest colds are conquered by it in 24 hours or less. Nothing better for bron chitis. hoarseness, croup, throat tickle, bronchial asthma or winter coughs. To make this splendid cough syrup, Cour 2*/. ounces of Pinvx into a pint ott’e and fill the bottle with plain granulated sugar svrup and shake thoroughly. If you prefer, use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either you get a full pint—a family supply —of much better cough syrup than you could buy ready-maoe for three times the money. Keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste. Plnex is and highly concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, known the world over for its prompt healing effect upon the membranes. To avoid disappointment ask vour druggist for “2\' t ounces of Pinex” with full directions, and don’t accept anything else. Guaranteed to give ab solute satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Cos., Ft. Wayne, Ind. —Advertisement. HAVE COLGIIN CHEEKS Be .Better Loo king—Take Olive Tablets. lb have a dear, pink skiff, tffight eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days, you must keep your body free freon poisonous wastes. Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets (a vege table compound mixed with olive oil) act on the liver and bowels like calomel —yet have no dangerous after effect, lake one nightly and note results. They start the bile and overcome constipation. That’s why millions at ‘w ana sold annually. 10c and /**■" How to Absorb Freckled, Chapped or Harsh Skin An over-red or a sallow complexion, or a chapped, blotchy, pimply or freckled skin, can be changed by a quite simple, harmless and inexpensive method, to one of flower-like radiance, spotless purity and velvety softness. One ounce of com mon mercollxed wax. to be had nt drug and department, stores generally, will remove the most unsightly complexion in from one to '.wo weeks. By its re markable absorptive power the \cbarsened. roughened or discolored layer of thin flint-skin which bides the healthier skin underneath, is gradually flecked off <n tiny, almost invisible particles. This is done so gently there is no inconvenience, and no trace Is left on the skin except that of enhanced beauty. The wax is smeared on like cold cream before retir ing, and removed in the morning with warm water.—Advertisement. IS TUBERCULOSIS SO FATAL A DISEASE AFTER ALL? Dr. Glass has posi disease! For further information address. THE T. F. GLASS 512 Mason ment. COUGHED SO HARD HE WAS READY TO DIE But He Recovered Quickly Gained 9 Pounds in 5 Weeks. 4 “Last December I caught a heavy cold, which,left me with a deep-seated cough. I coughed so hard it would start the blood. I thought I was a goner, nntU I tried Milks Emulsion. I used 9 bottles altogether. My cough la gone, and 1 have gained nine pounds in five weeks. If any one doubts it, let them write me.” —Chas. I>. Walters, 147 So. 18th SL, Pittsburgh. Pa. When hundreds upon hundreds of peo ple tell you of just such recovery. Just such gains in weight, it must be worth your trying, at least. A trial costs nothing. Milks Emulsion is a pleasant, nutri tive food and a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural bowel action, doing away with all need of pills and ph.vsus. It promotes appetite and quick ly puts the digestive organs in shape to assimilate food. Asa builder of flesh and strength. Milks Emulsion is strong ly recommended to those whom sickness has weakened, and is a powerful aid In resisting and repairing the effects of wasting diseases. Chrmic stomach trou ble and constipation are promptly re lieved—usually in one day. It produces remarkable results in colds, coughs and bronchial asthma. This is the only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that It Is eaten with a spoon like ice cream. Truly wonderful for weak, sickly children. No matter how severe your case, you ar urged to try Milks Emulsion un der this guarantee—Take six bottles home witn you, use it according to direc tions and if not satisfied with the results, your money wil: be promptly refunded. Price GOc and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion Cos.. Terre Haute, Ind. Sold by druggists every where.—Advertisement. BACKACHE AND HEAVY FEELING Weak, Nervous, Restless Woman In Arkansas Hears of Cardni, Tries It and Is Greatly Benefited. Now Recommends It To Others. Peach Orchard, Ark. —Mrs. Nonie High, who lives near .hear, states; “Sometime ago I began to have trou ble with my back. I would ache and I could hardty get up when down. I was so weak I would just drag around and did not feel like doing anything at all. I was so nervous I felt I could scream, and . . . such a heavy feeling I could not rest at all. It looked like I was going to get down in bed . 1 heard of cardui and thought I would try it and see what it would do for my case. After taking a few bot tles I grew stronger . . .The bloated, heavy feeling left me. I wasn't so nervous, in fact, felt better all over. I took twelve bottles and certainly was greatly benefited and can recommend it to any one as a tonic or builder. I often tell ether*? how it helped and stiengthened me.” Cardui is a mild vegetable tonic, with no bad after-effects. Its ingre dients act in a helping, building way, on the womanly constitution. Ask your druggist. He knows about Cardui. Some druggists have sold it for forty years.—Advertise ment. Before Taking And After Taking 3-Grain Cadomene Tablets, Which Supply Health, Red Blood and Energy to Men and Women Everywhere. Some people think that you are lazy— and you wonder what is wrong, for you have headaches, backaches, rheumatic pain, neuralgia, lack of energy and am bition, your extremities are cold, nerves easily shattered, heart flutters, stomach falls you, strength gone with little ex ertion. no vitality—no “pep.” If you have any or all those symptom*, you need the vitalizing effects of the wonderful tonic properties of three-grain Cadomene Tablets. Get a tube of your druggist and In a few day* all symptoms should vanish, and life will be well worth living. Abundant health, vigor an* strength follows so quickly that you’ll bless the day you learned of Cadomene Tablets. Sold by all druggists In sealed tubes, with full directions for self-ad ministration.—Advertisement. No More Thin Folks How Thin. Weak. Nervous People Can Put on Flesh and Gain Strength. If you are weak, thin and emaciated and can’t put on flesh or get strong, no matter how much you eat, go to Huder, Hook and Haag and get enough Blood- Iron Phosphate for a three weeks’ treat ment and take it as directed. If at Ihe end of three weeks you don’t, feel stronger and better than you have for months: if your eyes aren’t brighter and your nerves steadier: if you don’t slee;P better, and your vim, vigor and vital ity aren’t more than douhled. or if you haven’t put on several pounds of good, stay-there flesh, you can have your money back for the asking and Blood-Iron Phosphate wilt cost you nothing. IMPORTANT—BIood-Iron Phosphate ts sold only in original packages, contain ing enough for three weeks' treatment, at $1.50 per package—only 50c a week.—Ad vertisement'. a If Constipated 1 Take One Tonight a Blackburrts dascaßoyai?iU| I Tomorrow Feel Good, Strong, Efficient ■ Pay When Cure£ Dr. Burkhart wants you to write aim today for a treatment of Dr. Burk hart's Vegetable Compound for Liver, Kidney, Stomach Trouble, Constipation, Catarrh, Rheumatism. Pay when cured. Don’t miss this grandest o't remedies snd wonderful preventive for Grip, Fin. Ad dress 621 Main street, Cincinnati. O. For sale at all drag stores. SO-day treat ment 25c.—Advertisement.