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KILLS FIANCEE, SELF, FOR LOVE Laporte Man Enacts Tragedy as Girl’s Sister Looks On. Special to The Times. LAPORTE. Ind., March 22.—When love failed to find Its way Vincent Bowes fa tally wounded his sweetheart, Katherine Rudolph. 22. and fired a bullet Into his own head. Both died before the police arrived. The tragedy took place In Miss Ru dolph’s rooming house. The young woman’s sister Helen was an eyewitness. The pair had been sitting at a table. Helen went Into her bedroom . A shot rang out Her sister fell to the floor. As Helen dashed Into the room Bowes pulled the trigger of the pistol, sending a bul let into his brain. He toppled over on top of her sister. When Bowes, who is a postoffice em ploye, bought the pistol a few days ago the police questioned him. He told them he was afraid someone might try to hold up the postofflce at night. He wanted protection, he said. jt WIGHT HERE&ij Robins cease to be a novelty. Chvles Johnson, 40, globe-trotter, found dying in woods near Gary. End |ime few hours later In hospital. Had wled to warm feet, presumably several days ago, with bonfire. Legs of trousers had been burned off. “Stick ’em up.” Deal Armstrong, Ter re Haute lumber merchant, was slow about obeying. Shot through right leg by bandit In front of home. Mrs. Mablo Smith of Logansport awarded judgment for SB,OOO against city of Logansport for death of hus band, Harry, killed by coming in con tact with overcharged electric wires July 3, 1019. Verdict rendered In Peru. Mi ami county, on change of venue. Second judgment for SS,OOO against city for same kind of accident. House shortage in Blcknell. Real es tate men plan extensive building cam paign despite high prices. Miners un able to find places to live. Russell Veole, 23, Logansport. Penn sylvania brakemsn, severely injured in fall from car. Head strikes rail. Serious scalp wound and neck sprained. Spine may be affected. , On complaint of miners unable to get army shoes from Justice of Peace John DeCrastos, government distributor in Vincennes, police visit homos of Mike Takack and Jake Goschnosnak, miners. Hind 147 pairs. It is charged they bought shoes and sold them to Blcknell miners Retail price should be 51.50. Ohio river continues to rise, flooding lowlands of district near Evansville. Farmers along Wabash also becoming alarmed. Some chickens and livestock already swept away. More rains will make conditions serious. Rev. Edgar F. Daugherty, formerly of Vincennes, has resigned as pastor of Los Angeles First Christian church. In letter to Vincennes friends he says he quit over disagreement with church board. Says he didn’t want certain men admitted to membership, but the board did. After a. romance five years ago and u voyage across three thousand miles of ocean Mrs. James Little is mistress of her own home In BicknelL The bride, who was Belle Petlgrew, came from Air dale, Scotland, to meet Mr. Little. He Joined her In Indianapolis and they came to Vincennes and got a license. The groom had a house furnished and waiting for her. Contractors will submit bids today for $125,000 opera house In Vincennes. Work will begin on structure immediately. To be one of most modern in western In diana. Don Roberts,- former mayor of Terre Haute, a hero. Yep. Runaway team comes rushing down street. Approaches railroad tracks. Train coming. Don throws up arms in front of steeds. They ' stop. Train whizzes by. Death prevented Miss Jewell Campbell from giving a half pint of her blood to her fiance in Evansville today. llarry A. Lindeaburg, 24, the fiance, died in a hospital at 2 a. m., eight hours before the transfusion operation was to have been performed. Last Friday a pint of Miss Campbell’s blood was transfused into Lindenburg's arteries. SUCH IS LIFE On week dayß Rev. George B. Gilbert of Middletown, Conn., shears the locks of the masculine half of his flock. They pay him more money for cutting their hair than saving their souls. Mrs. C. A. Blsbeo of Aurora, 111., gave as her business "raising babies” when the inquisitive census taker asked. Dallas, Tea., Sis the best leap year city in America, according to the per centage table of marriage licenses Is sued since Jan. 1. 808 BCBDETTE RAID: “Ton take a basin of water, place your Huger in it for a few seconds, lake it out and look at the hole that is left. The size of that hole represents about the impression that advice makes on a young man’s mind.” MOVIE OF TWO BROTHERS GOING TO SLEEP. Move over. I’m on my side now. Vou’re not. I am. Ma. Bill’g, got ruore'n half the bed. Hain’t either, ma. Git your feet ofTn me. Hain’t touehln’ you. Ma, Bill’s go* his feet in my back. Oh, what a whopper! Gimme part of the blanket. You got It all now. Ma, Bill won’t— Bay, if you boys don’t shut up anil go to sleep I’ll tell father when he conies lnl x Ho-lium! Zzzzzzz! SUE DOESN’T KNOW WHICH TO DO. _- - Sue won’t be out for a ytar, She’? still in a sub-deb state, Iler company’s something to fear. She’s awful to contemplate. Men are a terror to Sue ■* For all the attraction they hold. She can’t quite decide what to do, Te kiss them or freeze them cold. Here’s some educational puzzles In word mathematics In which we add and subtract to get our results. 1 If that Isn’t clear to you, here’s an example. Bore —b-ore. Working along that line with words instead of figures, here’s a set of puzzles which gives the names of some of the principal cities In the United States, with the words you must add and subtract to find out the name, represented In pictures. 0 + ® + ©-®) = Here are a few facts about the city, to help you out a little. Once it was a mining camp, but now this city’s population is more than 200,000. Many railroads run into the city from all directions. Answer to Yesterday’s Puzzle. “BOAT -± TACK - ATTACK 4- SALE-ALE +TON -1 BOSTON- (The answer to today’s puzzle will be given In our next issue.) Red Spies in American Legion? Reports Don’t Worry Members The American legion has no fear of spies from bolshevik camps. It has been reported that a number of reds have obtained member ship in the legion for the purpose of spying upon it. When this matter was brought to the attention of Arthur Woods, chairman of the national Americanization committee of the legion, he stated that the organization would not trouble itself In searching for reds among the membership. In fact, he was of the opinion that it would be a good thing for all con cerned If every person of red ideas In the country would Join the legion, as they could do it no harm and probably : would be converted, into a belief of law and order by learning the principles of the legion. There Is nothing secret con cerning the workings of the legion, ac cording to Mr. Wood. “We welcome into the legion all sorts MEETINGS 1 St. Margaret’s hospital guild will meet tomorrow for an all-day sewing party with Mrs. J. H. Aufderhelde, 1709 North Meridian. • • • Tbe Third Ward Citizenship school will meet with Mrs. A. B. Gable, 1735 North Illinois street, at 2:30 o’clock Friday afternoon. Woodburn Masson will talk on “itiate Government.” The Judicial department will be illustrated by a mock trial by Jury, by the women of the ward involving a sensational bank , robbery. . . . i Gimme Sigma sorority hold a guest ; afternoon at the home of Miss Pearl Berger, 1015 North Illinois street. Plans for th.e animal sorority dance at the Denison hotel Wednesday were made. T. W. Bennett Circle No. 23, G. A. K. will meet on the fourth floor of the court house Tuesday n!ght. N -- Russian Musicians Given Novel Zimro ensemble gave to Indianapolis music lovers a decidedly novel program last night at the Murat temple. The company of Russian musicians played under tho auspices of the Zionist or ganlzation, whose object is to establish - a tempre of art in Palestine. The am bitions and desires of the Zionists were briefly explained by Dr. Arthur Rose | during an intermission in the program. The numbers were as a rule unfamiliar j to many, as nil the ensemble numbers ' but the Tschaifcowskj' quartet in D ma jor were Jewish folk songs. The pianist. L. llerdlchersky, is an accompanist of rare understanding and delicacy, and shows dnxterous technique in bis solo work. J. Chorniarskl, cellist, used an i original composition which was rendered most skillfully. S. Belllson, clarinetist, showed some beautiful work in his two solo numbers. Every number was unique but gave j the audience an insight into pure Jewish j musical composition and interpretation, j Wilson Takes Drive About Capital City: WASHINGTON, March 22. President Wilson today went for a drive through the city. “A chip off HEALTH and stamina arc the reward of Give Your Boy a Chance f Fruited Wheat or Fruited Oats —the scien- Endorsed by dietary experts as great brain, bone and muscle /''up I'Tyt builders. ygjm Qum'y |H. and classes of men,” said Mr. Wood in discussing the report. “The only be lief we insist on is the belief In Amer icanism. The legion has no concern with political parties or with Industrial, eco nomic or social theories, so long as they are consistent with the principles of Americanism. Tbe legion is against those who are against America, whether they be external or internal euemles. If enemies of America become members of the legion they do so only after falsely subscribing to the legion's declaration of principle.” m-542 e Wash st~a INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. BUSINESS WOMEN RE-ELECT LEADER Miss Anderson to Head State Federation Another Year. Miss Ida Anderson of Indianapolis was re-elected president of the Indiana Fed eration of Business and Professional Women, at the closing business session of the state convention of the organiza tion at the Severin hotel, Saturday. Mrs. T. J. Scholz of Evansville was elected first vice president; second vice president, Prof. Harriet Palmer of Franklin; recording secretary, Miss Goldlne Grove of Frankfort; correspond ing secretary, T. M. McDaniel of Indian apolis, and treasurer, Gertrude McDaniel of Anderson, completed the ticket. Mrs. Helen Ford Is director for 1821, and di rectors for 1923 are* Mrs. E. Rainey of Indianapolis. Mrs. E. Farnsworth of IsebanOn and F. Marlott of Evansville. CLOSING ADDRESS BY CHICAGO WOMAN, Miss Jessie Ackerman of Chicago, who is conducting a course of lectures In one of the biggest churches in Chicago, gave the closing address of the conven tion at the banquet Saturday night. Miss Ackerman talked on tire “Psychology ot Mobs," treating her subject from a social and humorous standpoint rather than from an academic outlook. "Every one U in a state of mind,” she said, “and when a group of people get together all In a similar state of mind, they may be easily _ swayed, and very often they are directed wrongly. A certain band of good, overwrought women gave a group of soldiers who had been Imprisoned for months without sufficient clothes or food, a corsage of sweet peas. Now Is the time when minds of w-bmen must be directed In the rights paths ant in our banding together we must choose wise leaders so that the franchise, which we have won after years of struggle, may be Judiciously used.” MANY NOTED WOMEN IN ATTENDANCE. Among the out-of-town women present were Mrs. Elizabeth Sears of New York, well known speaker and writer; Mrs. Homrlghous, real estate woman In Gary, who Invented a signal light system for automobiles, and Mrs. Sehtiltz of Evans ville, president of the Evansville Rotary club. Miss Nina Cor gave “Tho Message of tbe Flag,” by Franklin Lane, and Miss DeWave Payne, secretary of the Aetna Trust Company, Introduced the speaker. The tables were decorated with small American flags and the place cards were I for catarrh ! ! Hacking cough, continued sneezing, i stuffed up nostrils— *1 ! how tan anyone at- L L j I tend to daily duties CNDOn nfG.cc ■ with a catarrhal j head? carrrwTi Kondor.’a relieves 5* 1 ~J3f 1 quickly and pre- 17 | 3 1 vents the more eer- % fe g ious ills which fol- jff 3 la low In the wake of \ neglected catarrh. It will pay you to try St. 1 *T : - (Condon'sCatarrhs! Jelly ! puarsn- M tetd not only by u, but by 30 years service to millions of Americans. If Hj Kondon's doesn't do wonders (of Hi I your cold, sneering, tough, chronic jfjj catarrh, nose Heed, heudsche, sore |B| | nose, etc., we'll pay you* money | b ‘ ck ’ BAD BREAIH Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets, the i substitute for calomel, act gently on the : bowels and positively do the work, I People afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through taking them. Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets are a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. They act gently but lirmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blodd, and purifying the entire system. They do | that which calomel does, without any of | the bad after effects. Take one or two every night for a week and note the. pleasing effect. 10c and 25c a box, | A Stubborn Cough * f Loosens Right Up I T This home-made remedy I* n won t dor for qnlck results Easily T T and cheaply made. J************************ Here is a home-made syrup which millions of people have found to be the most dependable means of break- j ing up stubborn coughs. It is cheap and simple, but very prompt in action. I Under its healing, soothing influence, ! chest soreness goes, phlegm looaens, 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, pour 2y s ounces of Pinex into a pint bottle and fiii the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup' and shake thoroughly. If you prefer, use clarified molasaes, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either *|iy, you get a full pint—a family supply— of much better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for three times the money. Keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste. Pinex is a special 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 your druggist for “2V S 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, —Advertisement. the symbols of the two political parties. A resolution passed at the convention changed the old name of the organiza tion, “Woman’s Association of Commerce of Indiana,” to “Indiana Federation of Business and- Professional Women.” A number of other resolutions were adopt ed concerning the educational' situation, favorlngg the Increase In teachers' sala ries, favoring the coinage of the Roose velt 2-cent piece and safe and sane la bor laws. Phillippine Women Cast First Ballots MANILA, March 22.—Women have Just voted at the democratic primaries In the Philippine Islands to elect delegates to the territorial convention In April, when six delegates to the national convention will be chosen. It was the first time women participated In a primary here. Coon Eats Mutton DALLAS, Tex., March 22.—J. W, Lamb played with a coon at the city zoo. Lamb’s in the*hospltal with a bad ly bitten baud and the coon's still In the zoo. SIGK WOMEN HEAR ME You Can Be Free from Pain as I Am, if You Do as I Did. Harrington, Me.—“l suffered with backache, pains through mv hips and atoms' n \t*t fnies^l did me more good than anything else. I am regular, do not suffer the pains I used to, keep bouse and do all my work. I recom mend your medicine to all who suffer as I did and you may use my letter as you like.”—Mrs. Minnie Mitchell, Harrington, Me. There are many women who suffer as Mrs. Mitchell did and who are being benefited by this great medicine every dav. Tt has helped thousands of wo men who have been troubled with dis placement?.'inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, back ache, that bearing-down feeling, indi gestion and nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound contains no ratcotics or harm ful drugs. It is male from extracts of roots and herbs and is a safe me dium for women. If you need special advice write T.ydia E. Pinkham Medi cine Cos. (confidential! , ff/vnn, Mass. ill Great Medicine Made From Corn Silk —Excites Favorable Comment. Kidney and Bladder Ailments Banished By Few Doses. Corn Silk! The unmet “silk" you see protruding’ from the bnsk of corn, pro duces a fine medicine for kidney and bladder irregularities, when compounded with other simple drugs as In Balmwort < Tablets. Balmwort Tableta contain a powerful extract of corn silk, which quickly re lieve* the Inflammation ami congestion that cause* such distress ns pains in ba'k and hip*, rheumatic twinges, nervousness, severe headaches, accompanied by fre quent desire tn eliminate, followed by scalding, burning sensation. The patient is compelled to arise frequently to relieve painful pressure,, even though a acanty j flow follows. The eyes appear “blood- j shot,” the sleep 1s restless, and some- 1 times fever, followed by chills, cause great unrest. It Is unwise to neglect such symptoms, when a few doses of Balmwort Tablets can be taken for /*■ lief. Alice Trobough, 5627 South Twenty fourth street, Omaha. Neb., writes: “X have used one tube of your Balmwort Tablets and find that they are the best I have ever used for kidney snd bladder trouble." Ask any leadlnr druggist for a tube of Balmwort Tablets. Price sl.oo—Ad vertisement. For Freckled, Rough or Muddy Complexions — The freckling, discoloring or rough i enlng to which delicate skins are sub i Jcct after exposure to wind or sun, often appearing in early spring, may readily l>c gotten rid of. Mereollzed wax spread | lightly over the face before retiring and I removed In the morning with soap and water, completely peels off the disfigured skin. Oct ar. ounce of the wax at nnv I druggist’s There’s no more effective | way of banishing freckles or other eu i t.ineous defects. Little skin particles | come off each day, so the process doesn’t I even temporarily mar the complexion, and oue soon acquires a brand new. spotless, glrllshy beautiful face.—Adver tisement. ICadomene the “MiracSe Medicine” Many People Have Written of i the Seeming “Miracles” Per- !| formed by Cadomene !| Tablets. They Are Only Recommended ! for Worn-Out, Impoverished, ]' Nervous People, But— \ People have testified that they have been cured of rheumatism, headaches, stomach disorders, pains of neuralgia, etc., through tho use of this great medi clne-tonle, Cadomene Tablets. It only means that the Cadomene has helped to build up the strength of all organs and then nature has a chance to brin& the cure. Therefore, If you arc tired, sluggish, and vour feet and hands are cold and clammy, and nervousness over whelms you by sleeplessness, irritable temper, and your heart flutters while dizziness and trembling seize you a* times, you may ward off serious consr J qucnces and become full of vigor, ved blood and health for every vital .’gan of your body. Mr. J. W. Biggs bf It. U No. 3, Fort Worth, Tex., writes“l am using Cadomene Tablets - .nd find (hem to be good in every w.ty for an old man of HO.” F. W. Brrbeau, 1327 irtca street, Denver, Colo., 'writes: “I have taken one package of Cadomene ar.d it has put me on rry feet and I feel flue.” Cadomene builds tip nerves and bod ily vigor. All druggists.—Advertisement. Hair Tonic Drunk Seizes Girl, 11 John S. Hyte, 637 East Maryland street, grabbed Velma Crouch, a 11-year old girl. In a downtown motion picture show, sne told Patrolman Schrum. He arrested Hyte and says he found two bottles of hair tonic in his pocket. Hyte The After Effects of Pneumonia This is No, 2 of a series of advertisements, prepared by a com petent physician, explaining how certain diseases which attack the air passages —such as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold —often leave these organs in an inflamed, congested state, thus affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vick’s Vapo- Rub may be of value in this condition. Pneumonia attack® the air cells of the lungs. An inflammation is set up and matter is thrown off which causes the air cells to solidify, thus preventing the natural flow of blood thru the lungs. This “backing up” of the blood causes the heart to pump harder, just as stepping on a hose increases the water pres sure, which is the reason why, during this disease, the physician watches the overburdened heart so carefully. After recovery the lungs are filled with a mass of wreckage— the debris of the battle—which must be gotten rid of by a process known as resolution. Frequently, inflamed spots remain, congestion persists, cough hangs on, and the least exposure brings on a cold that •is hard to get rid of. If neglected, such damaged air pas sages may easily develop serious disease of the lungs. Such cases should always con tinue under a physician’s care md frequent examinations should be made to see that nature is properly continuing the rebuild- I/ICfCC M 60c B. Bodyguard ,I * 2o Wapoßubk# Against Colds More Than 17 Million Jars Used Yearly IKS. DELEW, 196? CORNELL AYE., INDIANAPOLIS, TEELS HOW PEPGEN BENEFITED STOMACH Mr*. Charles Delvraux, 1962 Cornell avenue, Indianapolis, says: ”1 had not been feeling well for a long time. My stomach was la r. bad condition and my food didn't digest right, consequently I began losing strength. I was frequently annoyed by gas forming In my stomach. “Not long ago I commenced to nse I’epgen and I could notice ac improve ment almost from tho very start. I fee! better new than I have felt for months. I eat heartily aid sleep soundly. And I have more ambition to do my housework. I’epgeu has been Os great benefit to me and I am glad to Indorse it to all my friends and acquaintances.” While it is true the success of Pepgen has been so great as to amaze many people In some cities, it real’y, also, is true that Pepgen is no more popular in one city than another, wherever it has embarrassed' ~ by disfiguring blemishes. If you are un;.ble to really enjoy the society of others because of the fear that that wretched skin eruption on your shoulder will begin to itch, or that your scarf will slip and ex pose the disfiguring rash you had tried so hard to conceal, try Resinol Ointment. Resinolfl Watch the Little Pimples; They are Nature’s Warning Unsightly and Disfiguring Sig nals of Bad Blood. Don’t close your eyes to the warn ing ynich nature gives, when un sightly pimples appear on your face and other parts of the body. Not only are these pimples and splotches disfiguring, but they lead to serious skin diseases that spread and cause the most discomforting irritation and pain. Sometimes they foretell Eczema, boils, blisters, scaly eruptions and other annoyances that burn like flames of fire, and make you feel that your skin is ablaze. When these symptoms appear on any part of the body, take prompt steps to rid the blood of these dis is charged with drunkenness and as sault and battery. ABANDON NATAL BASE. VICTORIA, B. C., March 22.—The navy yard at Esquimau, on Vancouver Island, near here, will be abandoned as a base by AprU 1. Tbe royal naval college will re main at Esqulmalt. Esqulmalt bas been a royal naval base since 1843. ing process. Nightly applications of Vick’s Vapo-Rub will aid nature in this work.. Because Vicks acts locally by stimulation thru the skin to draw out the inflammation, at-, tract the blood away from thei congested spots and relieve the j cough. In addition, the medici- J nal ingredients of Vicks are vaporized by the body heat. These vapors are breathed in all night long, thus bringing the medication to bear directly upon the inflamed areas. Vicks should be rubbed in over the throat and chest until the skin is red—then spread on thickly and covered with hot flannel cloths. Leave the cloth ing loose around the neck and the bed clothes arranged in the form of a funnel so the vapors arising may be freely inhaled. If the cough is annoying, swallow a small bit of Vicks the size of a pea. Samples to new users will be sent free on request to the Vick Chemical Company, 232 Broad Street, Greensboro, N. C. been introduced. Everywhere the most prominent people are giving testimony in praise of Pep gen out of gratitude for the relief that I’epgen has given them and because they believe it their duty to do so. It ft the humanitarian spirit of help “the other fellow” if you can, that is the first thought of hundreds of men and women who voluntarily tell what Pepgen has done for them. Many people have found Pepgen to be an ideal tonic, tissue builder and strength producer. It reaches tho strength sap ping lethargy creating ailments that “get yonr nerves.” Pepgen is told by Henry J. Hnder’s drug stores, Washington and Pennsyl vania streets. Illinois and Michigan streets, and by all other leading drug stores.—Advertisement. There is no need of enduring such discomfort when Resinol Ointment usually relieves itching promptly and makesthe skin clear and healthy again. When aided by Resinol Soap it is even more effective. RESINOL SHAVING STICK tend* to prevent irritation. A U dtaltr, „U Uu RtsinM produett. orders. And the one remedy which has no equal as a blood cleanser is S. S. S., the purely vegetable blood medicine, which has been on the mar ket for more than fifty years. It is sold by druggists everywhere. If you are afflicted with any form of skin disease do not expect to be cured by lotions, ointments, salves and other local remedies, as they can not possibly reach the source of the trouble, which is in the blood. Begin taking S. S. S. today, and write a complete history of your case to our chief medical advisop j who will give you special instruc tions, without charge. Write at once to Swift Specific Cos., 166 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. —Advertises ; ment. FEELING BLUE ALL THE T\m Before Taking Cardui This Georgia Lady Suffered Until She Would Have to Sit Down to Do Housework. Was Dizzy and Weak. Dalton, Ga.—Mrs. V. A. Burnett, of Route 6, says: “I got down with Iny back and sides, not able to do my work. I suffered a great deal. I had a depressed, biue feeling all the time. “I couldn’t rest at night I was nervous. I would be dizzy and hMa no account at all. **l would have to sit down while trying to do the housework. It seemed I couldn’t get my breath. I was afraid I would get past going altogether. ‘‘l heard of Cardui and began using it I could see after a half bottle it wa3 helping me, so I kept it up . . . and soon I was like anew person. “I knew Cardui did the work, for no other medicine I took ever helped me as it did. I certainly can recom mend . . . Cardui. This well-known medicine, which Mrs. Burnett says helped her, Is a mild, medicinal, purely vegetable tonic, for over 40 years used by thou sands of women, with similar results to those which this Georgia lady ob tained. Cardui should help you. Try It.— Advertise men t Why Be Skinny? It’s Easy to Be Plump, Popular and Attractive It’s easy to be plnmp. popular end at tractive, Instead of being thin, angulaj, and scrawny.” Almost Invariably trouble Is due to weak nerves snd con sequent failure to assimilate your food. You may eat heartily, but owing to the ! lack of nervous energy and Impoverished blood you don’t get the benefit from the food you eat. All of this can be reme died very quickly by taking with each meal a flTe-grain tablet of Blood-Iron Phosphate. This quickly strengthens the nervous system, enriches the blood and increases its oxygen carrying power, and In a remarkably short time the average thin, weak, nervous man or woman be gins not only to put on flesh, but also begins to look and feel better. Sleep, appetite, strength and endurance are im proved. dull eyewiecome bright, and, un less afflicted with some organic com plaint. there is no reason why. If you take Blood-Iron Phosphate regularly, you should not soon look and feel much better and many years younger. Deposit $1.50 today with Haag, Rook or Under, or any other druggist for enough Blood-Iron Phosphate for a three-weeks’ treatment. Use as directed and if at the end of three weeks you aren’t delighted, go back and set your money. Your : druggist, a man you know, is authorized i to give it to you.—Advertisement. ____ Says Poisons Cause Headache Dizziness Coated Tongue and Myriad Ail ments In the Spring. Grandma’s Remedy Now Sold In Tablet—Sulpherb Tabiets. — Many men, women and children need a Spring Blood Purifier. The blood be comes thick with poisons through the winter months. When spring ccmes serious aliments like typhoid, scarlet fever, coughs, colds, catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatic pains, loss of appetlta and a sluggish all-in feeling prevails. The bowels, the liver and the kldaeye need help. The blood needs thinning and purifying if pimples and boils are present Sulpherb Tablets quickly re lieve constipation and kidney Inactivity and elimination of poisons takes place and yon are made strong and fit for spring snd summer. Grandma gave sulphur and cream ot tartar in molasees. Now you tako them in tablets with laxa tive purifying herbs—a better medicine, easy and pleasant to take. Druggists sell them in 60c sealed tubes. Every package guaranteed satisfactory or money back. Get Sulpherb Tablets (not sulphur tablets). —Advertisement. COAL DUST LODGED * IN MINER’S LONGS Tells how his cough wag con quered and health restored. “In November, 1916, I was working In a coal mine and the doctors said the coal dust had settled in my lungs. I couldn’t lie down on my right side, coughed so I couldn’t sleep and bad constant pain in my right lung and under my shoulder blades. I coughed so hard tt* bloody would spurt out of my nose. Finally the doctors bad me change climate and live outdoors, but didn’t improve. “Then I came home and started on Milks Emulsion. Thank God, 1 did, as it did me a lot of good right from tho start, loosening up the coal dust in my right lung. In a few weeks my lungs were free. I could sleep like a baby, had an excellent appetite and my cough lsft me entirely. I gained back 30 pounds in weight and went back to work in ths mines completely restored to health.”—Q. H. Bunn, 6th Are. & No. 18th St., Terre Haute, Ind. Thousands of victims of dust-filled air, develop the same trouble that Mr. Bunn had. Milks Emulsion costs nothing to try, so why not at least try it? Milks Emulsion Is a pleasant, nutritive food and a corrective medicine. It re stores healthy, natural bowel action, do ing away with all need of pills and physics. It promotes appetite and quickly puts the digestive organs in shape to assimilate food. It helps build flash and strength, and Is a powerful aid in re sisting and repairing the effects of wast ing diseases. This is ths only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that it is eaten with a I spoon like ice cream. No matter how severe your case, you are urged to try Milks Em llslon under this guarantee—Take six bottles home with you, use It according to directions and If not satisfied with tbe xesults, your money will be promptly refunded. Price 00c and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion Cos., Terre Haute, Ind. Sold by druggists everywhere.—Advertisement.