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_ Best Habit
The World
Le habit of health,
[way to get it U to
i your bowel«,
g h the liver, to act
rally, at a fixed
, every day.
I one pill regularly
re only if necessary)
I you aucceed. Then
can atop taking
a, without trouble or
pyAnce.
a been the good-healtK
f»0 year«.
farm Sfgnmturm
Lleei fee«*« often show the
* of Iron In the blood.
tor's Iron Pills
Mil help this condition.
l< MB QUALITY
-NO-LAC
|N AND VARNISH
coat. Just the thing
scars and scratches
furniture, woodwork
and floors.
AND «Or tans
DELL'S
lint Helps Make
11'ainlinK Kasy
[West Park St.
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• rnnrk. »a Liu a* the end
All k indu of Mol*«. Black.
IItown, an«l Hairy rured
• > i-* it u 1th th«- ibis
of every kind cured
RUSSELL CHUBB
VA YR'S
rlul Remedy for
\CH TROUBLE
»lose convinces,
Drag company and
reliable druggists.
tly Fresh Eggs
frits, delivered twice
Ihe year round. Phone
Snnnyslde Poultry Farm,
Park. James A Canty.
AT FRISCO
TU NT JO A RECORD
hi* ", June 1 —For the first
> the \alue of one
1 * f tv into the i»ort of San
Tn« »re tl an $20.000.000.
incomplete figure» for the
• announced today by
Customs J. O. Davis. Im
< n eeded in value those
previous month by $5,
«aid.
It*»; Increase« in imports
|^in rubber and copra, other
showing substantial
*>m» officials assert the un
import* are due to ef
war and to efforts to
r .T« 1«efore the new tariff
increased duties goes into
ANNIVERSARY.
' niversary of the cumins
• v c °ok to th« First Baptist
• celebrated by the con -
evening with a apodal
business aeaaion. A full
made of the debt -reduc -
during the paat year
■ FOR ait on
Mick's
"Original
ilted Milk
YOU Sum Mc»
10 RUSH PAVING
M STREET
Council to Consider Resolution
at Meeting Wednes
day Night.
That no time will he lost by the e.lty
council in actinK upon the petition of
Park street real dents for street Im
proverneniN wua Indtcated last night,
when the petition waa turned over to
the street and alley committee und in
»truetton» given for a report next
Wedneaduy night. City Knglneer fckl
Kune declared he will lake action Im
mediately and hope« to have the street
Improved before fall.
"It'H m MiieHtion of muterhtl," he «aid
"1 would like to see the resolution
acted upon as noon un possible (light
now cities all over the country are
having troubles in obtaining the neuen
nary paving materials. We should lone*
no time If we expect to have the street
improved thin year."
More than 80 per rent of the prop
erty owners on Park street signed the
petition. They wish that bltullthl»
will he used as a cover for the granite
I docks. It is understood, however, that
if their desire an to the form of pav- I
Ing stops competition to such an ex
tern that the price will ^e raised, an
other form of paving similar to bltu
llthle. ma> be considered.
II in understood that property own
ers along other streets in the down
town distric t are getting busy and that
petition« for the paving of Main,
11roadway and Granite streets will he
turned over to the mayor within .»
r ew days.
RESENTMENT TOWARD
TEUTONS IN NORWAY
Christiania, May 6. (Correspondence
of the associated preen.) Several re
cent happenings have served to em
phasize the anti-Herman feeling which
manifests itself predominately these*
days In the press and In public ex
pression in Norway.
One of these was the widespread de
mand for the cancellation of the en
gagement of the Berlin philharmonic
orchestra (under Arthur Nikiseh) to
Play here on May II. Even the news
paper Morgenhlad, which hitherto had
been friendly In its attitude toward
Germany, protested in u very satirical
article against a German institution
like this intruding on Norwegian hos
pitality at a time uhen Ngruogian
ships are l>eing torpedoed by the hun
dreds and Norwegian sailors engaged |
in their eountr>'s trade were being]
killed by the Germans.
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M'LENNAN ACQUITTED OF
WHITE SLAVE CHARGE
»Kennelt McLennan, who waa on triai
before .Bulge John V. Dwyer yester
day on a charge of violating the Pon
lan white slave act, was acquitted by
the jury last evening after a short de
liberation. Tiie evidence was not con
sidered sufficient to warrant a con
viction. The defense did not put in
any testimony.
COUNTY TREASURER'S
REPORT FOR MONTH
The report for the month of Mav
of bounty Treasurer John J Harring
ton was filed with the county commis
sioner* yesterday afternoon. The ro
cHpts for the month wer#* $74.070.02,
of which $9,000.60 wan received from
taxes and S9.:*49 from licenses. The
balance on hand on the first day of
the month was $194,446.14.
SPAIN TO SEIZE"WHEAT
EN ROUTE TO SWISS
Bilbao, Spam. June 1 (vie Paris.—
According to new« received from Mad
rid the government ha« ordered the
seizure of a cargo of Argentine wheat
on board the »reamer Rosario which
arrived here Wednesday. The cargo
was consigned to Switzerland by way
of Gelte.
The Spanish «abinet, the Advice»
state, maintain» that it is entitled to
take over the wheat to meet the need»
of Spain.
COTTON CONDITION IS
FAR BELOW NORMAL
Washington. June 1.—The condition
of the cotton crop on May 25 was 69 5
per cent of a normal, compared with
• 77.5 last year. In 1915, 74 3 In 1914
' and 79.1 the May 25 10-year average.
! the department of agriculture an
j noun« ed today in Its first report of
; the season. The acreage planted to
cotton will not be announced until
j July.
A RECORD MONTH FOR
MARITIME INTERESTS
New York. June L—May stands as
a record month in the expansion of
Amerh-an maritime interests, accord
ing to statistics made public today
covering amounts of authorized capi
tal stock of new shipping and ship
building corporations organized. The
aggregate capital Issued in May was
I47.490.04HV of which nearly $43.000 090
was for shipbuilding alone.
BOY SCOUTS WILL
HAVE BIG OUTING
The members of Troop No 1 of the
Boy Scouts of Butte will hold their
first annual outing on June 30. They
will spend eight days at Lake Madbmn
in charge of Rev. G. W. Thomas, the
scoutmaster. On th* eighth «lay they
wlH take a 30-mil« hike and take the
train from NorHs to Butte. The bord
are excitedly awaiting the great eveflt.
FIRST WORK ON Y. M. C. A.
BUILDING SET^FOR JUNE 6
High officials of the state and city
YOUNG
ORPHAN GIRL
How She Wu Cured. Had
Headaches, Dizzy Spell«,
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Awful Pains, Could
Not Work.
Pittsburgh, Pa.—*'I am an orphan (rirl,
and when only seventeen years old hail
to aupport myself,
bat 1 would hsve
such tick spells
even month that 1
would hava to stay
at home from work,
and 1 could not af
ford to do it. I also
had headaches, dlt
zy spells and a pain
in my aids. My sla
ter told me how
much Lydia E.
Pink ham's V eg»
had helped her, so I
The result is 1 am
I table Compound
> began taking It.
' now in good health and never lone a day
1 from my work, and you may publish
my letter to show other Yrirls the
rood Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound will do. " — Miss Mariu
SCHMELTZ, 84 Gardner St, Troy Hill,
N. S.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
This good old root and herb remedy
bss proved unequalled for periodical
suffering of young women ; it contains
what is needed to restore healthful con
ditions.
Write the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., for free
advice if you need it
Carloads of
New
Merchandise
have been arriving
almost every day
during the past
month. Our floor
space is crowded to
the limit, also our
Warehouses.
We Are
Overstocked
—IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS
and to reduce cargo
we are selling all
kinds of new furni
ture and floor cover
ings at specially low
prices—its to your
advantage to buy
now.
ftECHSLI
vr(OXLEY)l
42 W. Broadway
will attend the formal digging of the
first foot of earth to mark the excava
tion of the site of the Y. M. C. A.
building for Butte on June I. the an
niversary of the dedication of the first
Y. M C. A. building In 1844. In the
event that Governor Stewart will be
unable to attend Mayor W. H. Ma
loney will have the honor of turning
the first sod.
It is planned to have a public
demonstration on the occasion. In
which the school children will prob
ably be invited to take part.
A POTATO CLUB.
Ran Francisco, Cal., Jun*» L- Fifty
employes of the municipal street rail
road have formed a potato club and
have planted two acres adjoining the
<ar hams. The use of the ground was
donated.
THE POST FOR THE NEWS
Congestion of Kidneys
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Is indicated by pain over region of
kidneys and following the passages to
the Irritated bladder. A constant and
pressing desire for urination; the se
cret ion scant v. highly colored and
sometimes bloody "Then the consti
tutional symptoms are often head
aches, eyes bloodshot and burning,
slight nausea, sometimes vomiting
nervousness and general discomfort. It
1 « wholly wrong to neglect such condi
tions when
cas be obtained of aay druggist—for
their action is to eliminate congestion,
alley inflammation, destroy bacteria
and restore normal, natural secretions.
HAVE RELIVEDED THOUSANDS
Sold by ail druggist«.
AUSTIN ELECTED
TO COUNCIL J
Choice of Seventh Ward Re
ceives Support of City
Council.
mus»
niuht»
ago »
nd
A 11 »t In
ni«j»t v
>UH <
f the »evera
»♦•«•kin^
th® offte
e.
Mr Austin

«lemorra
"I art
gl.id
to
be a rm
ncrord
Ifihe« of the Seventh
elected t«. u position 1
tiiiK held I
Krank I. (Ik«*y) Au»tin, in
nne« with the
nrd voter», w
in the city council at
la Ht night. Many friend» of the new
l«b*r man were on hand an«J applauded
when he wu« e«< -orted to the chair Ire
will occupy for the next two year».
Austins election to the city council
entahliHh«» a precedent. Heveral week»
ago A hiermit n Foltz resigned. In the
p»»t when un alderman resigned the
council choMo lit» HO C— or. . Tlmt was
the pro« «»dure planned in the Seventh
ward « a»e, but Mayor Maloney j M ,t hi»
foot down and declared the people of
the Seventh ward should decide for
them«elve» a« to who should represent
them.
eeting wuk held
dminlMfratlon," he ««id. 1 feel that
he people will remember for some
time to come the administration of
Mayor Maloney. I nrn well pleased to
ENTERTAINMENT BY
SUN DAY SCH OOL TOTS
Program Will Be Given June 3
by Lowell Avenue Church
Sunday School.
The children of the Blinda? h* bool tit
the Lowell Avenue Methodist Kpiaco
cburch will take part in u literary
»»nd musical pro grain to be given in
the church Hunday morning in honor
«if "Children's day," which 1» cele
brated throughout the < mm try by the
Methodist episcopal chur«-heu on June
3 of each year.
The entertainment Ih called "The
King'« Garden" and th< program will
lie a m follows:
"The Children's Hosanna." by all of
the children; song, "Children'« Day,"
Lucille Hexroad; announcement by
Superintendent Nepper. recitation.
"The King'« Garden." Margaret Hurt;
recitation, "The Butterfly Flower,"
Virginia Ever in g hum; recitation, "The
Forget-Me-Not," by Lawrence Dude;
Hong, "Flower Children." Madallne and
Doris Gruber; recitation. "How Bird«
and Flower« Play," Stella York; rec
itation. "The Fulda« » Care," May
Scott; solo, "birds and Butteiflie«,"
( ma Halverson.
The cradle roll exercise« for those
children too young to ko to Sunday
school will be as follows: Presenta
tion of flowers by Elizabeth lioagiand
and Ma«iMline York; recitation, "A
Blessing for the Blessed," Don« Brorn
• nd Pearl Conyers; solo. "The Cradle
Roll Lullaby," Herma Pounds; a story.
"The Coming of the King," Corine
Ducie; recitation. "My Heart I« God's
Little Garden." Charles Maher, pian«)
selection by Clark Fischer; recitation,
"Weed« and Bees," Bessie Cochran,
recitation. "Everybody Busy," Mildred
Maher; solo, Catherine I>elghton; of
fering speech, May Manual; dialogue,
"Paupers In the World,** Violet Hmith,
Mabel Leighton, I>orüi Wearne. Edith
Cochran and Ceclile Otin; recitation.
Mother Hearts in the Garden.*' Helen
Htenghmd and Irma Omen; solo. Miss
Tretheway: recitation, "No Children's
Day," Mildred Gruber; solo. "The
World's Children," Breda Findley, ac
companied by I>oris Westman; bene
diction
At the evening service Edward
Maunder« Will deliver the sermon and
another musical program will be given
CONFLICTS OF AUTHORITY
ARE GRADUALLY SETTLED
Petrograd. June 1 (via London).—
The conflict between Vice Admiral
Koltchak. commander-in-chief of the
Black sea fleet, and the Founcll of
8<»ldlers' and Workmen's delegates has
been settled, the official news agency
announces, the admiral remaining at
his post at Sebastopol. The govern
ment commissioner at Kronstadt has
resigned as a result «>f declarations by
the Council of Roldtersf and Work
men's delegate- that It was In sole au
thority over Kronstadt, the
defending Perr..gra«L
RANCHER INJURED.
Do\e Trueman, a rancher of the
Wiw River district, was «lightly in
jured about the head when the car
which he was drivtna unset on the
road between Rocker and Silver Bow
ia«t night. There were also three
women and a vouna girt in the car at
the time The little girl auat&lr.ed a
t-adly cut finger. The «teering ap
paratu* became unmanageable when
the car struck a bad piece of road
fortresa
Yob Nm 4 a Sfrâf Laxative.
Dr. King'« New Ltf* p,:'g V|I |
move the accumulated wähle« at win
ter from your intestine«, the burden of
the blood Get that sluvglah spring
fever feeling out of TO «r system,
brighten your eye. dear sour complex
ion. Get that vim and arap of good
purified healthy blood. Dr. King's
New Life Pill* are a non-gr.plng laxa
tive that aid* natures proven, try
them tonight At an drogglota tie —
A IN
SURE ENOUGH.
*1 vee the surface of road, i,
planned, scarified, rolled and made
ready for u»e in a single trip over them
of a machine that a Pennsylvanian ha*
invented.*
*That*« »11 right, but what I'd like lo
know I«, how do the hen* know the
road* are ready for use first 7
Backache—
Rheumatism—
Gout—
It U now aiterltd with Côhfîdfflcê
that these painful effects due to uric
acid in the system are entirely eradi
cated. A new remedy, called Anuric,
has been discovered by Dr. Pierce,
which is many times more potent than
lithia, and is the cause of a drainage
outward of lise uric acid with which
it comes in contact within the body. It
w»U ward off backache headache, and
the darting pain* and aches of articular
or muscular rheumatism—of those dis
eases which are caused by too much
uric acid, such as gout, asthma, sciatica,
renal calculus. Anuric prolongs life
because old people usually suffer from
hardening and thickening of the walls
of the arteries, due to the excess of uric
acid in the blood and tissue*.
Anuric can be obtained in 60 c and
$1.00 packages at the principal drug
stores in town.
PROMINENT WOMEN EN
DORSE OUR STATEMENTS.
Missoula, Mont—"At the time I was
passing through
middle life the
doctors said I
could not possibly
live. They could \ nnn
do nothing for me. ,7A*
Finally I began M r: * ***'
taking Dr. Pierce's ~J,n
Favorite Prescrip- ÊÆ
tion and took
bottles of it. Then 'yfi
I was satisfied that
1 was a well wom
an. I am now as strong and healthy as
METROPOLITAN
MARKET
119 EAST PARK STREET
The Place to Bay Your Freib
■nd Salted Meats, Poultry,
Butter and Eggs
Always the Beit on Hand. Price*
Right. Come and See Us.
Material for repairing watches ha«
advanced the aame a« everything
elae. But we repair watrhea at the
um« old price. Pricea the lowest.
H. P. Z I EG LASH, Boom 121 Pens
aylvanla block.
POSTPONED CHINEE OF
PASSENGER STATION
Owing to the condition In which
Montana «treet will be while It Is be
ing paved and a la« k of adequate '
transportation facilities from the f\
M&fitP. railway station to town, the
Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway
Company will n«*t «hange its present
passenger station until further no- ,
tice.— Adv-,
AGUINALDO'S STAFF
OFFICER IN PHILIPPINE
WAR ISJJ. S. PRIVATE
Boston, June 1.—J«j«eph C. Queve«lo,
who wra* adjutant to Aguinald«* in the
arme«! resistance tf* American author
ity in the Philippine Manda in 1900.
today enlisted um a private in the
C'nlted atat»-« army
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STRIKE MOVEMENT IN
PARIS DYING OUT
Paris. June 1.—The «trike move- j
ment in Pari* ia now on the wane. Of j
40 rlaa.se« of working people that were
out on «trike yesterday 21 have ob
tained sansfa. tion for their demand* ,
and will return to worv today. Only
12 new trades, on the other hand,
joined in the «trike mo.ement.
HIVE Mil HMR
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ural Color With Healthful
Remedy—Money Back Guar
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Nobody like* to use dangerous, dirty,
sticky dyes, but no one want* to have
gray hair nowadays . No on* needs to
If your hair is gray ail over, or Just
retting gray or streaked with grav—
or if It is faded out and lifeleas - s:m
ptT get a bottle of Q-Ban Hair folor
Restorer This la a harmless liquid,
all ready to use
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tb* limit by the makers (U K nf •
faction or your money back
ver, .impie, healthful w,v '
satis
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brings >«<* the naturärVömr ,0"^',' i
or faded hair, erenlv ,nd !
fad«d hair, evenly and gradual!
<•0 no one can tetli Simply apply
Q-Hun Hair Color Restorer like a
shampoo and have beautiful. soft,
lustrous hair In abundance and with
never again a streek of gray Tou
will be simply delighted with your look
of youth and rigor. Remember g -Ran
is not a patent medicine, not a dve.
Its work 1a certain, safe and perma
nent Only Mr at the Xewbru Drug
Co. and all good drag stores, or write
Hessig-KHis Drug Co.. Memphis. Term.,
mentioning druggist's name. Illus
trated. Interesting book on "Hair Cul
IBr *" sent free. Try Q-Ran Hair
Tonic, Q-Ran IJquid Shampoo. Q-Ran
Toilet Soap, also Q-Ran Depilatory
■ odorless y for removing superfluous
hair.—ABv.
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HMD WORK FOR
EMBRYO OFFICERS
Hardening the Men in Train
ing at the Presidio to
Become Officers.
Ban Francisco, June 1. The 2,600
men mobilized at lit«« Presidio military
reservation here, where they are tak
ing a three month«' intensive couiho of
training to fit them for «-onimlmions
in the new (United 'Hinte» army, arc* in
their third week. During tirât time
only M0 men have dropped out of the
game. This 1» only u slight fra«-lion
over 1 per «ent and I» considered nil
excellent «bowing when it In taken info
consideration thaï the men now nre
living u life the routine ol which 1«
revolutionary to that which they have
been accustomed all their lire«.
The dejsirted 80 were retired for va
rious reason». A few were found to
be physl« ally unable to »Lund up under
the »train of the grind. Home w
n»ked to leave for the reason that I
fulled to show sufficient enthuftfarm
and interest In their work. < it!
were excused because of vital dome
or husincMM exigencies which «in
nd
v 1 1 i « 1 1 It
igr,
Three Shots in the Arm.
Th#* remaining 2, «70 men no - *
"In* over the err«., I« „r Die I
nj.hylHXls «hol I s [iholrt Immun
fit waa
s.ilijf « ted. "|
'eel In* prêt tv
rottao la
Ihe individual
and rollective
phyeial
nridition Just ;
t th«* moment.
ThlH Is
enernl througl
«.ut the entire
ramp. 1
ven th« strong
est and Htuifl
iest have
willed more or
l« »s under the
influem-e
of th«- third
and last »hot
In the ar
n When the
«*ffe« t» of thiH
wear off
In a da» or h
* the men wMl
. (TTTr.
Time
amp >
early days of th*
r.Hpltal corp w a t
ud took cognlzan' «
ill« and hti
Sore finger Duo day off.
Blister—fine day off
Medium «1 to boil- -tin«* «lay off
Large boil -Two da - « #,ff
Charley horse One da . oil
Eliminating' Sympathy.
»liver linings
ntlftary grind
to the dark « lo
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One isn
t mipp
«»»ed to have sore
finger»
or blist
•rs an
v more, and If or
» 1
have th
em, «>r
e !» flup;iO»ed to
fi' tenth
hard*
rie<j by this time
0 take
tint of
so«*h tri lallties.
Or r.if,
Ujnalii
surprises are xpr
tng on
n in
jf'ler tfi determine Ju>t
how fa
they
have progressed
in th«
\ arious
line»
of preparednesM
The
« ommar
dlnn
off!« er of the h
eve nth
« ompan
v Hiirj
rlned his men a
lay or
so afro
»y fekipplriK inspe« tion ar
d tak
ins Die
rnen
on a four-hour
march
through
the
♦and. Several m
•mber»
of the
ora pa
ny are reported tr
ha ve
passed
he aft
ernoon in bed re« «
vering
from tf
e »on
»rise
Notwithstan
'ling the grind th*
•re are
many thinK»
of a humorous
nature
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constantly occurring which kc-«.p the
m'n in g'»od spirits. A high privat»
in th#* Eleventh company was recently
«•ailed to task for appearing at an In
•| e«tion of arms with a dirty bayonet
"I should think a dirty bay«*net
would be much more effective aga.n't
an enemy than an antiseptic one," he
remarked lat*-r to a group of com pan.
mat«*».
Weeding Out.
Beginning next Monday the officers
in * barge of the «-amp plan to start
« "weeding nut" process an d the
knowledge «>f this fa't has served t«>
heighten the tension among the men
No chan« es will lie taken in tl»e matter
of having men in command who are
not thoroughly fitted in every wa% to
assume the responsibilities which they
will i,e compelled t«> undertake.
FAVOR SETTING CLOCKS
AHEAD ONE HOUR
The Huttr High ftch<>o! Senate mem
ber* favored setting clicks ahead one
hour of the standard time from Nov.
1 to April l. according to the deei*.., n
of the Judges In the weekly debate held
| ta * # nlgfit- H Rockefeller. G McDon
Nat-'"'-' an ' ! r rr, p* 11 appeared on the af
IS K * n U. S £
n **» tiv * jud**« «■•«. pn nM ,i
® Millikin, IT. 5>tromb»rg and K
, fir *y Maury Mlverwd an
I ad dr«- -» on 'The Present War Situa
f t km
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CHICKEN FEED IS NOW
PROHIBITIVE IN PRICE
retaiuma. CaL. June 1 The feeding
°f vegetables to chicken* a* a
^ chicked
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by * lH ' Dltr ^ fancier of
' ,h " Ht} ' rh "- k * n f «'« d has
I this city.
i IT* *e_1° _^ N * t ' V . ,hat m * ny P«"Utrymen
! ?" ,h ' lr h * n * ,or ,h * »«
ket instead if keep.ng them for *gg
raising purposes The «jetables caa
be raised by the poultrymen them
a
■etve*. The diet of vegetables and
greenstuff*. In addition to grains,
will keep the hens healthy, .ay, the
PLEASANT WAYS OF ADDING
TO THE FOOD SUPPLY
Auburn. Cal. June 1.—Rabbit hunt
ing and trout fishing are two pleasant
undertakings suggested by the North
Fbrfc Game Protective Association of
Auburn as a means of Increasing th*
food ouprly Rabbit drives «re pro
poaed to kill rabbits as meat for the
needy families. A committee of tha
Renew the
Joy of Living
Don't let ill health any long
er rob you of life's pleasures.
Get back your appetite,
strengthen your digestion,
stimulate your liver, regu
late your bowels and im
prove your blood by taking
BEEIHMfS
PIUS
Their action is prompt and
thorough, and you soon feel
their benefits. You will eat
more, work better, sleep sound
er, and feel new strength after
a short course of these depend
able pills. They' restore
healthy conditions, and soon
Bring Health
and Energy
O ne • gVcfrtö ■ old
ggace /ul ly • in
■ dependable •
C^cunf-n ôhoef
DR. RINCKEL
THE DENTIST
Over Clark's Baak
CORNEE BROADWAY AND MAIN
Lady Attendant
Expert Watch Repairing—Watch
cleaning, I1JI; mal nap rings, $1;
both guaranteed for one year.
B ROD IK, the Jeweler, Pewpie'a
Theater building. 49 East Pa rk
•treet.
asso« iatlon is meeting weekly to dis
cuss food production.
PROSPECTORS GO OUT IN
SEARCH FOR NEW METALS
«leiden. Co*o„ June L—The war ia
de- eloping < ertaio metal need« in the
1 ! .ted state« which offer an oppor
'unity for prospector* and miners who
may know of new minera' depo«! ta,
according to tea- ber* at the Colorado
School of Vine*. f 'hlef among the
veeded n étais are mo 1> den um. ara -
nium. manganese platinum and ntckeL
Among the non-metallic metals there
is a great demand for clear, colorleas
Pour mar. The srfcoo' has of'ered tta
identlf ation service to prospectors
who discover mlner*ais unknown to
«hem.
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V frh
IhAi
4 mjM
Be popular— .
dear your skin with
Resinol;
^-Soapl
pocs a ptmplr, nnattraeme
skin shut y«l oil from admiration
and pleasant associations ?
Each time you cleans* your
«•ce »nth Resinol Soap yon five
it a • ' beauty treatment ' ' with the
socthinc, healing Resinol medj
caBon. If aidad. In sever« cases,
by a little Reainol Ointment, tikis
amally leaves the compte xxw.
riOy clear and fresh.

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