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MOTHERS
TO BE
Should Read Mrs. Monyhan's
Letter Published by
Her Permission.
Mitchell, InA—"LydiaE. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound helped me so much
during the time I
was iookingforward
to the coming of my
little oik- that I am
recommending it to
other expectant
mother». Before
IT
taking it, »omedaya
I Buffered with neu
ralgia so badly that
* thought I could
not live, but after
taking three bottiea
of Lydia E. I* i n k
harn f a Vega table
Va U. Compound I was en
V tirely relieved of
M.X neuralgia, 1 had
\wK»i gained in strength
' WIT ani * wa * "^le 10 K°
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"" around and do all
tny housework. My baby when »even
months old w<-i
better than I
never hail any
much good. "—M
Mitchell, Jnd,
Good health during maternity Is a
moat important factor to both mother
child, and many letters have been
received by the Lydia E. Pinkham
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mas»., telling of
health reatoredduringtbi» trying period
by the use Of Lydia E. 1'lnkbam'» Vega
chad 19 pounds and 1 feel
nave for a long time. I
medicine do me so
r*. I'larl Monyiian,
ami
Compound.
tarilo
Clear Your Skin
While Yon Sleep
with Cuticura}
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SUPERSTITION HARD TO DOWN
Quaint Belief In Reference to Wed
ding Customs That Prevail In Thie
and Other Countrlea.
There are more *u|icrHtlritins In ret
erenee to the marriage ceremony than
In reference to any other In common
life.
the clothes to h
They refer to auch matters as
worn by the bride, to
the year, month and day of the wed
ding. In Sweden It Is believed that If
a glri Is fond of eats she will not lie an
old mnid. We .should export the oppo
site.
One of our proverbs says that If I»
III luck for a bride to sec lier face In a
glass by candle. Another that a wed
ding feast postponed bodes bad luck.
Bom must be told of a wedding and
get muwe of the cuke. The pins used
In the dress of Hie bride at her wed
ding must be all thrown away; If re
tain«! by the bridesmaids they will not
marry before Wliltauntlde. A girl
must beware of being three times a
bridesmaid, for she never will tie u
bride.
It augurs III for a wedding If a bride
floes not weep profusely. No witch
can shed more than three tears, and
those from her left eye only. A copi
ous Wood of tears gives assurance to
the husband that the lady has not
plighted lier troth to satan ami Is no
witch I'hlladelphln Inquirer.
Timely Advice.
"Auntie, I'm studying now about the
least common multiple."
"Thnt's right, my child. Always go
III for whatever Is least common."—
l."u!xvl!le (Viurier Jourmil.
The Superbeing.
The Coimnundant—Implicit obedi
ence to those In authority is demanded
of all. even the highest among us.
The Cadet I get you, sir. The com*
mander lu chief Is a married man.
Oll and truth are bound to come to
the top some time.
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f food will
play a biÀ
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part
As a man
eats,
so is heT
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body and
brain
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MESSAGE TO PEOPLE
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WIL80N DECLARES THAT UNITED
STATES 18 NOW TRUSTED
;
BY WHOLE WORLD.
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Regarded at Friends of Liberty, Com
ing Acrost the Sea to See That New
World is Consecrated on Basis
of Justice and Right.
Boston.—In an address at Mechan
ic's Hull Monday afternoon, February
24, President Woodrow Wilson, who
bad Just returned from Ids European
'.rip, mude the declaration that the
United States Is trusted by the world.
The presidential party readied I lie
hall at 2:30, mid its (he party reached
the (tutor duel's a battery of guns lu
the rullway yards ut the rear of the
hull fired a presidential salute of
twenty-one guns, while Inside the ball
the hand struck up "Hall to the Chief.''
The prellmlnurtcr were brief, John
McCormack sung "The Star Spungled
Banner," Mayor Peters welcomed the
president in the name of the city; and
Governor Coolldgo extended the greet
ings of the commonwealth.
The president begun by asking hit*
audience If they could understand he
was us glad to see them as they were
to see him and expressed apprecia
tion of his reception.
Ills reception in Europe, ho said, lie
regarded us u welcome to "the friends
of liberty," coming across the sea to
see that a new world was to be con
secrated on the busis of justice mul
right.
Nation Trusted by World
"The greatest thing I have to re
port to you," said he, "Is that this
great country of ours Is trusted
throughout the world. I have not
come to report on the progress of the
peace conference. That rould lie pre
mature.
"The men who are In conference In
Burts realize they are not musters oi
their people but servants of llieir
people, and that no man will dare go
home from that conference and re
port anything expected."
Speaking of the slow progress of
the conference, the president reminded
hl» audience of the complexity of the
problems affecting nearly every coun
try In the world
"What we are doing," he said, "Is to
bear the whole case from those most
Interested. I have been struck by the
moderation of those representing na
tional claims.
"I have seen tears in the eyes of
men there pleudtng for a national
ambition, hut they were not the tears
of anguish, they were the leurs of
urdent hope.
"There Is no nullen in Europe Hint
suspects the oourf.e of Hie United
Stales. Was there ever such u won
derful thing before?
"1 would not have you understand
Huit the men who represent the other
nations there are Ulsesteerned. Quite
the contrary."
The European statesmen, he said,
when unable to agree, were to resort
to the tuition known as the friend of
mankind.
The president related that American
soldiers were welcomed la all the
European countries.
"I have been searching foi* the fun
damental fact that has brought Eu
rope to believe In us. She seemed
for the first three years to believe
we felt we could make more by stay
ing out than going In. Then sudden
ly the whole verdict was reversed, rt
was when they suw that Ameriea not
only held Ideus, but acted ideas, they
became the confirmed partisans of
America r nd became converted to
those Ideus.
Europe is Hopeful
"No." said the president, "this con
ference we have established calls for
something. The Europe I left was futl
of hope. The Europe of the third year
of Hie war was sinking,to a stubborn
desperation. They thought the end oi
the war would eventually be a resump
tion of the old oTiler.
They never
dreamed It would be u Europe of set
tled peace.
"Now all the peoples of Europe are
buoyed up In tiie hope that all the
nations of the world shall unite their
moral and physical forces that right
shall prevail. What would happen it
America should fall the world of Its
hope : all nations will be set up us
hostile camps again and the men at
j the peace conference will go home with
their heads upon their breasts because
they will ha\ » flailed. We would leave
I on the pence table nothing but a mod
em scrap of paper,"
American Army Deaths 107,444.
Washington.—Deaths during the war
In the American expeditionary forces
and among troops In the United Stall's
j from all causes, the war department
hus announced, numbered 107,441.
Loan Posters Sent to Hunland.
Washington.—Fosters
the Victory Liberty loan will be dis»
I played In all German territory occupied
j by Americnii troops. Literature will be
sent to every part of Hie globe where
Americans reside.
advertising
Turkey's Losses Near Million.
instniitinople.-—The losses of the I
j Turkish army from the time Turkey
entered Ihc wtir until Hie end of I!HS,
nre placed at 9IS.477 dead, wounded,
prisoners und missing, acctor ling to un
official statement.
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Weekly Health Talks
URIC ACID IN THE SYSTEM
BY LEE H. SMITH, M. D.
Uric acid Is now generally recog
nized as the cause* of more disease»
than was heretofore believed. When
the kidney« are out of order uric acid
accumulate* within the body In super
abundance. The disordered kidneys
do not filter the poisons out of the
blood, as they ought to do, and so the
poisons remain In the blood and float
around until they find a place to
The
lodge, in form of urate salt»,
thing to remember Is that you may
have rheumatism In any part of the
body—you may have pains anywhere
—your back may ache and your head
muy be dizzy—hut the trouble is not j
where the pain appears.
The trouble is in the kidneys, and
what is the first thing to do? You must
get that excess uric acid out of your sys
tem, which can be done by taking Anuric
Tablets, the Splendid remedy which Dr.
Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., ha» put on »ale
in the drug »tore* at a low price. Anuric
Tablet» (made double strength), when
taken into the system «* medicine, have
the peculiar power of dissolving the uric
acid deposited there. Drop a bit of sugar
or salt into hot water, and it will disap
pear. In precisely the same way do these
Anuric Tablets dissolve uric acid,
course, after ridding the system of uric
acid, it may return again unless you eat
the right foods and live the right kind of
life, but Dr. Pierce will advise you fully
on proper food and correct living if you
01
write and ask him. He makes no charge
for such advice. Take Anuric Tablets to
day, by all means, and get that uric acid
out of your system. Don't, don't, don't,
put the matter off.
The Pessimist's Dread.
"He's an awful pessimist."
"Wlint's the matter now?"
"Growling about the pleasant win
ter we are having."
"What does lie see In this winter to
find fault with?"
"Buys he can't help worrying about
what »lie price of Ice Is going to be
next summer."
Cuticura Soothea Baby Rashea.
That itch and burn with hot baths
of Cuticura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cuticura Ointment
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially if a little of the fragrant Cuti
curn Talcum is dusted on at the fin
ish. 25c each everywhere.— Adv.
The Idea.
"I conduct my piano business on
strictly Christian principles."
"How do you mean?"
"My stock is both upright and
square."
The cucumber Is one of the oldest of
cultivated vegetables. It has been cul
tivated In India for 3,000 years.
PHYSICIAN WAS IN
SERIOUS CONDITION
Dr. Farnsworth Gives Doan's
Credit for His Wonder
ful Recovery.
Dr. T. G. Farnsworth, 76 S. Kana
wha St., Buckhannon, W. Va., retired
phyiiciun of over forty years' experi
ence, ex-State Congressman. ex-City
Mayor and ex-County Health Officer,
tireuses Doan's Kidney Pills. Here is
l>r. Farnsworth'« experience aa he tell»
it: "It wa« juat a few years after my
retiring from practic
ing medicine that I
found 1 was afflicted j
wit l severe disorder /
of the kidneys and j
bladder. 1 grew »tead- I
ily worse, and some- I
times 1 was unable to
et around at all. The ,
secretions were gH
and so pain- q
ful in passing I would "
J
get a
Eldne
rota
iw I
riled
cry out in mise
was in a
dition. After I had lost hope in other
remedies, Doan's Kidney Pills
brought to my attention and I tried
them. I soon noticed a change for the
lietter. " used several boxes and they
cured me completely. Never in my
praetict did 1 know a remedy that
would accomplish what Doan's Kidney
Pills did, and I give them my hearti
est endorsement.'"
Cot Doan's at Any Star«, 60c ■ Bos
KIDNEY
PILLS
FOSTER-MILE URN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
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Dr. Finuwortk
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DOAN'S
DON'T CUT OUT j
A Shoe Boil,Capped
Hock or Bursitis
FOR
ABSQRBIne
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Ufllacol fur Boil«. Br ultra. Sore«. Swelling«, Vtrkotc VeiM.
Ailtyt Pt'atn.i Price St.JS • boltle «I drug
gttu or 4cu»erej. Will toil you mure if you wttto.
W F,YOUNG. P.D. F.,310 t««»!. If, SprlncflsIJ. Mm*.
will reduce them and leave no blemishes.
Stops lameness promptly. Does not blis
ter or remove the hair, and hone esn be
worked. $2. SO abottle delivered. Book 6 H trw.
ABSORRINE, JR., for mankind, the oliirptk
Noth Beef and Milk
rpHK one breed that
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boro. Öhorthurn biovn ,
rejxMUedly broke the j
record« *t the markets in •
1V1S, niakln# the high- |
est record on the open
market of $30.50 perowt.
And fihurthoru oown
have milk record« of
oyer 17,000 lb*, per year, itb tf*farmtr'»bntJ.
having trtra »cate, ova.itu and Qukt kmfitrumenL
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Bronchial T roubles
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Soothe th< Irritation and you relier* th©
Do both qui. kly and «ffectirely
by UAing promptly * dependable remedy—®
PISO'S
' DECIDES AGAINST !
AN EXTRA SESSION
PRESIDENT WILL NOT CALL AN
EXTRA MEETING UNTIL HIS
RETURN FROM EUROPE.
Vigorously Insists That All Pending
Appropriation Bills and Urgent
Legislation be Attended to Be.
fore Adjournment.
Washington.—On the first day of his
return to the capital, President Wilson
put In more than ten hours at his desk,
signing twenty-eight hills and joint
resolutions, making a score of nomin
ations, discussing government business
for three hours with Ids cabinet, and
winding up the day's work by a con
ference on the legislative situation
with Democratic Leader Martin, at
which the president announced his de
cision not to cull an extra session of
congress until after his return from
Europe.
President Wilson was said to feel It
his duly to remain in Europe until the
treaty of peace was concluded.
"The president, said he would return
to Paris Immediately after March 4,
and was positive that he would not
call an extraordinary session of con
gress until he returns," Senator Martin
said. "He did not state the date of
Ids return, nor did he authorize me to
quote him in respect to that point, but
my personal opinion and judgment is
that there is no reasonable expecta
tion of his being buck prior to June
1 ."
Senntor Martin was accompanied to
the White House by Senator Simmons
of North Carolina, chairman of the
finance committee. They conferred
for nearly an hour with the executive,
discussing In detail the congestion of
legislation in congress.
Further than the formal statement
of the Democratic leader, both sena
tors declined
eussions with the president, but it was
understood that the executive would
vigorously Insist that all pending ap
propriation hills and other urgent legis
comment on their dis
lation he enacted before congress ad
journs to provide for operation of the
government In the event of his work at
1'arls should hold him after July 1,
when the new appropriations would be
needed.
PERSHING GIVES RETURN ORDER
All Divisions Except First to Seventh,
Inclusive, to Come Home.
Washington.—General Pershing no
tifie-' the war department on February
20 that "divisions now in the American
expeditionary forces excepting those
with regular army designations" would
be returned to Hie United States in
the order of the arrival of their re
spective divisional headquarters in
France. This was interpreted ns mean
ing that all divisions except Hie First,
Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
and Seventh would be returned as
shipping was nvuiluble.
BUILDING MERCHANT MARINE
Hurley Working in the Interest of the
American Shipper.
New York.—Edward N. Hurley,
chairman of the United States ship
ping board, met business men here
Tuesday in the first of a series of con
ferences which he declared would be
held In every section of the country
with the object of obtaining producers
and shippers' co-operation in the form
ation of a permanent operating policy
for the American merchant murine.
Naval Bribery Arrests Made.
Washington.—Arrest of two addi
tional naval reservists In connection
with tin* investigation of charges of
bribery In the Third naval district was
announced Tuesday by Secretary Dan
iels. This makes a total of five men
now held.
Vote to Postpone Strike.
London.—The triple alliance ot
miners.' railway men and transport
workers, at a meeting held Tuesday,
decided that "in view of the serious
position a strike would necessitate," to
adjourn until a date prior to March
the day on which the miners'
strike notices expire.
15,
North Dakota to Operate Industries.
Bismarck, N. D.—In the presence of
the state legislature In Joint session,
Governor Frazier on February 20
signed a group of bills by which the
Non-parlisan league program of stute
owned industrial enterprises will he
pllt into (»ponitiot! ill AOl'tn Dakota.
Hand Grenade Kills Children.
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miles northwest of here, as a result of
the explosion of a German hand gro
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nude with which they were playing.
Stockmen on Strike.
Grand Island, Neb.—There was a
strike of stockmen here Tuesday. It
whs a concrete protest against the
practice of railroads in forcing ship
pers of
freight trains.
ck to ride in cabooses ot
Thompson Wins Renomination.
Chicago, — Mayor William Hale
Thompson was renominated by the He*
publicans and County Clerk Robert M.
Sweitzer was renominated by the Dem
ocrats in Tuesday's mayoralty prl*
maries. Both won by big pluralities.
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The Optimist
The optimist Is a man who has noth
ing much to make him cheerful, but
who can look at the crowds of lady
shoppers, these days, and be glad he'»
not a muskrat.—Cleveland
Dealer.
Thoroughly Obliging.
"Your constituents want an explan
ation of those latest remarks of yours,"
said the faithful secretary.
"Fix 'em up an explanation that they
won't understand," replied Senator
Sorghum ; "then explain that in the
same way and keep on explaining. I
don't believe in ever refusing my con
stituents anything."
Plain
Achieving the Goal.
Pupil (airily)—You know, I am
learning music only to kill time.
Teacher (grimly)—You're doing it
Experiments have shown that the
average speed of an ordinary snail is
at the rate of one mile in 14 days.
Paradoxical.
"Is Jones of dry tendencies?"
"Well, he's on the water wagon."—
Baltimore American.
Americans are the greatest water
drinkers in the world.
Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
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"Bayer Cross"
"Proved safe
on Tablets.
by millions."
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True Aspirin!
The "genuine."
Buy "Bayer®
packages.
For Coids, Grippe, Influenzai Colds
No Discomfort! No Head-buzzing! No Distress!
Millions of people take "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" as the
best means to prevent as well as to overcome Colds, Grippe
and Influenzal Colds—being far more efficient than quinine.
Besides relief comes without discomfort or distress.
The Master of Colds"—Dependable!
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Adults—Take one or two "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" with
water. If necessary, repeat dose three times a day, after meals.
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Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
jy
Buy only the original "Bayer packages."
Look for the safety "Bayer Cross" always.
20 cent package—also larger packages.
Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidexter of Salicyiicacid
Owned by
Americans
Entirely.
Acid-Stomach Ruins
Health of Millions
Besides those painful attacks of in
digestion; .hat awful bloated, lumpy
feeling after eating and downright
stomach misery that you who have
experienced it know so well; besides
disgasting belching, food-repeating,
sour stomach anddistressing heartburn
—besides ail this, ACID-STOMACH
undermines the health and saps the
strength of millions.
If you don't get rid of those stomach *
miseries there is no telling where your
stomach troubles will end, for it is a
well known scientific fact that many
serious ailments have their start in an
acid-stomach.
Startnow-thisveryday—togetridof
yourstomachmiseries.TakeEATONIC
—the wonderful remedy that absorbs
the excess acid from the stomach and
brings INSTANT relief. You simply
have no idea how much better, stronger
and brighter you feel at once. It drives
out all the gas and bloat, puts an im
mediate stop to belching and heart burn,
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ends stomach suffering and makes it
cool, sweet, comfortable and strong
There can be no further excuse for
you to allow acid-stomach to wreck
your health—pile up misery upon mis
ery until you getto the point where y
feel down and out and that life has lc
all its joys. Remember, just as acid
mouth ruins teeth, so acid-stomach
ruins health.
Take EATONIC. It's good, just like
a bit of candy and makes the' stomach
feel fine. You can then eat the things
you like and, what is more, evero
mouthful you eat will connt in creating
power and energy. You'll feel so much
better-have punch and pep-the power
and will to clo things and get- results
and your stomach misery will be gonel
Take our advice. Get a big box of
EATONIC from your druggist today
It costs so little. If it fails to remove
your stomach distress, he will refund
your money. That is guaranteed' yon
are to be satisfied or money refunded
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