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■ Mary's Wish. Mrs. M- is an enthusiastic work er in the United States food clubs. She lias been using the substitutes and, tu make*her bread more pulutuhle, she recently bought a bread stick pan, hs corn bread linked In these pans has more crust. When the bread entile on (lie dinner tiilde ill the eve ning the little four-year-okJ Mary ex claimed: “Oh, miiiiimu. I want one of your food clubs quick." “Cold In the Head" Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per sons who arc subject to frequent "eolda tn the head" will find that the use of H ALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Rlood and render them less liable lo colds. Ret* .led attacks of Acute Catarrh may lend to Chrontr Catarrh HADI/8 CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Intsrnally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tne System. All Druggists 75c. Testimonial* free. $1(1(100 for any case of catarrh that HAM/8 CATARRH MEDICINE will not cure. F. 3. Cheney A Co. Toledo. Ohio. It’k awfoHy him! on some men's «>es when they look for perfection in themselves. Japan Is buying army horses in Ver mont. ASTHMA INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH OR HOMEY REFUNDED ASK ANY DRUGGIST Small Pill Small Dote Small Price FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the teat of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliouanesa, headache, indlgeatlon end to clear up a bad complexion. Genuine bears signature PALE FACES Generally Indicate a leek of Iron In the Blood Carter’s Iron Pills WUl help this condition fa—i 1.——^ FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Diaaolved to water for deuchea (tope pelvic catarrh, ulceratloa and ■nation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yearn. A heeling wonder for natal catarrh, I sort throat and tora •y«». Economical. IfesfiaBagagJ SORT KILL YOUR CATTLt BY DRENCHING Salta and oil are DANGEROUS. Few cattle die of constipation; many of Paralysis of the bowi-u. Give LAXOTONIC dry on the tonitue. PoultIrely £i event* and overcome* both, jcellrul for loss of appetite. AT OUR DEALERS or Postpaid BO Canto. , Bend for price lint of medicine*. Consult Dll- DAVID KOBEKTf about all animal all men ta Information free. Get a Hill copy of "Thn Cattfi ittctaHi!*1 with full Information on Abortion In Cows M. NVIINKRTI Ht. C*„ 100 Orud in., W.c A Bad Cough H neglected, often lead* to eerioui trouble. Safeguard your health, relieve your *•?"« and soothe your Irritated throat by taking PISO’S UK'S PEACE TERMS WHICH IKE GERMANS ACCEPTS All Invaded Territory to Be Evacuated and Freedom of Seas to All Nations. Belgium to Be Restored, French Terri tory Freed, Independent Polish State Erected and Russia Give! Chance to Become Free Nation. the fourteen terms of pence .set down by President Wilson in Ids ad dress of January 8, and accepted by tile Germans, and Hie additional “four I’"lilts” outlined by him in ids Mi. Vernon speech of July 4. are us fol low s: 1. Open covenants of peace, openly arrived al. al'ler which there shall be no private International understand ings of any kind but diplomacy shall proceed always frankly and in the pub lic view. is. Absolute freedom of navigation upon ihe sens, oulsjde territorial wa ters, ullke in peace mnj in war, except as the seas may be closed in whole or in part by Inn-riRuioiml action for tic enforcements, of International emeu ants. III. The removal, so fur as ikis sible, of all wmiuinli' barrier* aud tin; establishment of an equality of trade conditions among all tin- nations con senting to the peace and associating themselves for its maintenance. IV. Adequate guarantees given and taken ilmt national armaments will he reduced to tin* lowest points consistent with domestic safety. V. A free, open-minded and abso lutely impartial adjustment of Mil co lonial claims, based upon a strict ob servance of ilie principle that in deter mining ail siii'li questions of sover eignty tile interests of the populations concerned must have equal weight with (lie equitable claims of the gov ernment whose title is to lie deter mined. VI. The evacuation of all Russian territory and such a settlement of all questions affecting Russian territory and a settlement of all questions af Vetlng Russia as will secure the best aud ln-est co-operation of llie other nations of the world in obtaining for tier an unhampered and unembarrassed opportunity for the Independent deter mination of Iter own political develop ment and national policy and assure tier of a sincere welcome into the so ciety of free nations under institutions of her own choosing; and, more than a welcome, assistance also of every kind that she may need and may tier self desire. The treatment accorded Russia by her sister nations in the months to come will lie tin- add test 1 of their good will, of their compre hension of lier needs as distinguished from their own interests, aud bf their I intelligent and unselfish sympathy. VII. Rclgltim. the whole world will : agree, must lie evacuated and restored, without any attempt to limit the sov ereignty which sin- enjoys In common with all other free nations. No other single act will serve as tills will serve to restore confidence among tin- na tions in tlie laws which they have themselves set and determined with one another. Without lids healing act tin* whole structure and validity of International law is forever Impaired. VIII. All French territory should bo freed and the Invaded portions re stored, and the wrong done to France by Prussia in 1M71 in tin* matter of Alsace-Lorraine, which has unsettled the peace of the world for nearly fifty years, should lie righted, in order that lienee may once more he made secure in the Interest of all. I A. A reaujltsi meat ot me jromiers of Ituly should he effected along dear ly recognizable lines of nationality. X. The peoples of Austria-Hungary, whose place among the nations we wish to see safeguarded and assured, should he accorded the freest oppor tunity of autonomous development. XI. Kumanlit. Serbia and Monten egro should he evacuated ; occupied territories restored: Serbia accorded free aid seen re access to the sea; and j the relations of the several Balkan stntes to one another determined by friendly counsel along historically es tablished lines of allegiance find ntt tlonallty; and International guarantees of the political ami economic ludepeu i dence and territorial Integrity of the several Balkan states should be en tered Into. XII. The Turkish portions of the present Ottoman empire should he as sured n secure sovereignty, but the I other nationalities which arc now un der Turkish rule should be assured tut undoubted security of life and an ab solutely unmolested opportunity of autonomous development, mid the I hir dunetles should be permanently opened 1 as a free passage to the ships and Would Keep Daylight Law. Washington.—The daylight saving , inw would remain In effect until re | -winded by congress under a bill i passed Thursday by the senate. The i measure was indorsed by ('hulrimtii Baruch of the war Industries hoard. Ban Placed on Overtime. Washington.—In announcing awards n three labor cnr'mversles Thurs tiiy, the war labor board laid down In* rule that no worker shall draw vortlme or extra pnj unless be •oiks forty-eight hours a week. WILSON ASKS DIRECT REPLY IN HIS NOTE President Wilson's note to the (ler- I mini chancellor, which was transmit* I ted to Berlin, October 8, is as follows: | 'Sir: I have the honor to acknowl edge, on behalf of tlie president, your note of Oetoher d, inclosing the com munication from I he German govern ment to tlie president: and I aui In structed by the president to request you to make the following communi cation to the imperial German chan eel lor : "Before making reply to the request of tlie imperial German government and in order Hint that reply shall he candid and straightforward, as the iiKiiuentous Interests involved require, the president of the United States deems It necessary to assure himself of the exact meaning of the note of the imperial chancellor. Does tlie im perial chancellor mean that tlie imper ial Genua a government accepts the terms laid down by tlie president in his address to the congress of the United States on the 8th of January last, and in subsequent addresses and that its object in entering Into discus sions would lie only to agree upon tlie ■ practical details of their application? "The president Teels hound to say with regard to the suggestion of an armistice that lie would not feel at liberty to propose a cessation of arms to the governments with wlvicli tlie government of tlie United States is associated against the central jaiwers so long ns the armies of those powers are upon their soil. The good faith of any discussion would manifestly de tenu! upon tlie consent of the central powers Immediately to withdraw their I forces everywhere front invaded terri tory. “The president also feels that lie Is justified In asking whether the Im perial chancellor is speaking merely for the constituted authorities of the empire who have so far conducted the war. He deems the answer to these questions vital from every point of view." commerce of all nations under inter national guarantees. XIII. An independent Polish state should lie erected which should include the territories inhabited by indisput ably Polish imputations, which should he assured a free and secure access to the sea. and whose political and ecn oninlc independence anil territorial In tegrity should he guaranteed by In ternational covenant. XIV. A general association of na tions must he formed under specific covenants for the pur|Mise of affording mutual guarantees of isdlth-al Inde pendence and territorial iutegrity to great and small states alike. Mt. Vernon Points. I. The destruction of every arbi trary |Miwer anywhere that can sep arately. secretly, and of its single choice disturb the peace of the world; or. if it cannot he presently destroyed, at the least its reduction to virtual impotence. II. Tile settlement of every ques tion. whether of territory, of sover eignty, of economic arrangement, or of political relationship, u|miii tlie basis of the free acceptance of that settle ment by the people immediately con cerned. and not from the basis of the national interest or advantage of any other nation or people which may de sire a different settlement for the sake of its own exterior Influence or mas tery. III. The consent of till nations to lie governed In their conduct toward cacti other by the same principles of honor and of respect for the common law of civilized society that governs the Individual citizens of all modern states in their relations with one an other: to tlie end that all promises and covenants may lie sacredly observed, no private plots or conspiracies hatched, no selfish Injuries wrought with Impunity and a mutual trust es tablished upon the handsome founda a lion of a mutual respect for right. IV. The establishment of an or ganization of pence which shall make It certain that the combined power of free nations will cheek ever) Invasion of right and serve to make pence and Justice the more secure by affording a definite tribunal of opinion to which all must submit and by which every intetrnutlonul readjustment that can not he amicably agreed upon by the peoples directly concerned shall lie stationed. Curtailment of Non-Essentials. Washington. — Additional curtail ments in the manufacture of articles not esesntial to the prosecution of the war were announced Thursday hy the war Industries board as a part of tin* general program for the conserva I lion of material, labor, fuel. tritns|s>r tation and capital. Australia Will Control Imports. Melbourne. — Australia Is about to put Into effect the license system for the control of Imports, It was an j nounced by W. A. Watt, the treasurer j of the commonwealth. The cabinet I had approved the principle, he said, and the details were being framed. Spain to Seize German Ships. Paris.—Spain, according to advices received by the Temps from the Spnn ' Ish frontier, lias decided to seize der mal) ships in her ports to the extent of 15,500 tons in indemnification of Spanish shipping losses. i Finland Tires of German Troops. Stockholm. - The Finnish govern ment lifts asked dermany to withdraw her troops from Finland. The re quest was recently delivered to d-n oral von dor doltz. the dermni high i commander on Finnish territory (VAR DECLARATIONS OF | PAST FOUR YEARS _ I Austria against Serbia, July 28, 1014. Germany against Russia. August 1, 1914. France against Germany, August 3, 1914. Germany against France, August 3, 1914. Germany against Belgium, August I. 1014. Great Britain against Germany, August 4, 1014. Austria against Russia, August *5, 1914. Montenegro against Austria, August 3, 1914. Montenegro against Germany, Au gust 9, 1911. Austria against Montenegro, Au gust 9, 1914. Serbia against Germany, August 9, 1914. France against Austria, August 13, 1914. Great Britain against Austria, Au gust U, 1914. Japan against Germany, August 23, 1914. Austria against Japan. August 27, 1914. Austria against Belgium, August 28, 1914. Russia against Turkey, November 3, 1914. Great Rrltian against Turkey, No vember 5, 1914. France against Turkey, November 5. 1914. Turkey against the allies, Novem ber 23, 1914. Portugal against Germany, Novem ber 23, 1914. Serbia against Turkey, December 2, 1014. Ituly against Austria. May 24, 1015. Sau Marino against Austria, May 24, 1015. Italy against Turkey, August 21, 1015. Bulgarin against Serbia, Octol*er 14, 101ft. (■rent Britalu against Bulgaria, Oc tober 15, 1015. France against Bulgaria, October 16, 1015. Serbia against Bulgaria, October 1(5. 1015. Husain against Bulgaria. October 10, 1015. Italy against Bulgaria, October 10, 1015. Germany against Portugal. March 9, 1016. Rumania against Austria, August 27. 1010. Italy against Germany. August 28, 1016. Turkey against Rumania. August 29, 1016. Germany against Rumania, Septem ber 14, win. Greece ngalnst Bulgaria. November 28, 1016 (Greek provisional govern ment) Greece against Germany, November 25, 1016 (Greek provisional govern ment). United Stuies against Germany, April 6. 1017. Panama against Germany, April 7, 1017. Cuba against Germany, April 7, 1017. Greece against Germany. July 2, 11*17 (government of Alexander). Greece against Bulgaria. July 2, 1017 (government of Alexander). Slam against Germany, July 22, 1017. Slam against Austria, July 22. 1017. TJheria against Germany, August 4. 1017. China against Germany, August 14, 1017. China against Austria. August 14, 1017. Brazil against Germany. October 26, 1017. United States against Austria, De cember 7, 1017. Panama against Austria. December 10, 1017. TO 3ATTLE WITH INFLUENZA. Washington.—The following tele grain, which is self-explanatory, re lates to the emergency medical and nursing relief work furnished through the 1'nltetl States public health serv ice to communities tumble to cope with the present situation even with state aid: “Public health set t ice will mobilize with aid volunteer medical service all outside medical aid required in com bating present Influenza epidemic, lied Cross U|K>n specific request from this service will mobilize nursing personnel and furnish necessary emergency hos pital supplies which cannot tic ob tained otherwise. Inform all city and county health officers your state that all appeals for aid must he made to state health department, which will make request of surgeon general, pub lic health service, whenever locul needs require. Whenever necessary public health service will establish dis trict officers to co-operate with state officials and distribute medical and nursing personnel. (Signed) HI.UK. Surgeon Ceneral. IT. S. Public Health Service.” Death Sentence Commuted. Washington. — Heath sentence Im posed by a military court martial upon Sander Makl, a recruit with the Hi-'trt! depot brigade, for refusal to wear u uniform, has been commuted to con finement at hard labor for '-“0 years. Fraud Is Charged. Knoxville. Tenn.—W. .1. Oliver and 10 oilier employees of the W. .1. Oliver Manufacturing Do. were arrested on charges of conspiracy, fraud and sabo tage In the manufacture of defective shells lor the l'lilted States nrniv We will win this war— Nothing else realty matters until we do I i i The Flavor Lasts D11UK FYF Sft*K5K«v„ Plllll HI EL AND TMBOATSDISCA»e* Cures the sick and acta as a preventative for others. Liquid given on the tongue. Safe for brood mares ana all others. Best kidney remedy. 60 cents a bottle. $5.50 a oozer. Sold by all druggists and turf goods houses or bent, express paid, by the manufacturers. Booklet. “Dis temper. Cause and Cure.’* free. 9POHX MEDICAL CO., Goshen, Ind., IT. 9. A. Kternal vigilance Isn't always the | rice o fllberty—sometimes it’s $10 and costs. Chinese are said to he taking to the alcohol hnhit. Somehow the things we iiiiuKfne would make us perfectly happy are generally possessed by others. llonttiiif; is too good for a painting that Is badly executed. Indigestion, Bloat, Heartburn, Caused by Acid-Stomach What Is the cause o' Indigestion, dya Cpsla. bloat, heartburn, food-repeat lug, Iching, gassy, aour atomach. and ao many atomach miseries? Just this—nefld ■tomaeh —auperacldity as the doctors call It. It robe millions of their full strength, vitality and the power to eujof life—to be real men and women It la well known that hd acid mouth destroys the teeth. The add Is so power ful that It eats right through the hard enamel and causes the teeth to decay. This Is fair warning of wbat excess arid ity will do to the delicate organization of the stomach; as a matter of fact, eg cess acidity not only produces a great many painful and disagreeable symp toms that we generally name “Stomach troubles.” but it is the creator of a l"ng train of very serious ailments. Acid stomach Interferes with the digestion and causes the food to ferment. This mass of aour, fermented food pusses into the Intestines, where It becomes the breeding place for germs and toxic poisons, which In turn are absorbed into the blood and distributed through out the entire body. Wherever you go you see victims of acid stomach — people who. while not actually down sick are always ul’lng — have no appetite, food doesn't digest, h.-ichlng all the time, continually com plaining of being weak and tired and worn out. It la this excess acidity that takes the pep and punch out of them, leaves little or no vitality. Strike at the very cause of all this trouble and clean this excess acid out of the stomach. This will give the stom ach a chance to digest the food properly; nature will do the rest. A wonderful new remedy remove* ex cess add without the slightest discom fort. It In called KATONIC, made In the form of tablets—they are good to eat —just lise a bit of caudy. KATONIC literally abnorba the Injurious excess acid and carries It away through the In testlnes. It drives the bloat out of the ho«ly—you can fairly feel It work Try KATONIC and nee how quickly It banishes bloat, heartburn, belching, food repeating, indigestion. etc. See too. how quickly you r general heulih Improves — bow much more of your food Is digested -Imw nervousness and Irritability disappear. Learn bow easy it Is to get hack your physical and tu-u tal punch. Have the power and energy to work with vim. Enjoy the good things of life. Learn what It rneaaa to fairly bubble oxer with health. S<» get a box of KATONIC from your druggist today. We authorize him to guarantee KATONIC to please you and yon can trust your druggist to m:ike thin guarantee good. If It falls in any way, take It back—he will refund your money. One Dose of the Guaranteed Blackleg Vaccine Made by Dr. O. M. Franklin, the originator, is GUARANTEED TO PROTECT A CALF FOR LIFE AGAINST BLACKLEG, it hat stood the test for over four years on over a million calves and our users have every confidence In It. WE BACK THAT CONFIDENCE with a WRITTEN GUARANTEE if you wish, and charge you fifty cents per dose. Or will lend you the SAME VACCINE Hr forty cents per dose without the Guarantee. We make ONE QUALITY OF VACCINE ONLY Syringe for injecting. $2.50. Write us about it. THE KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM CO. I 600 Live Stock Eachange Bldg. DENVER, COIO. Below the Surface. “IMd you gruap the iwiint in Mr. Ful ler’s submarine joke?” “No, It was too deep for me.” Her Way. Stella—Are you suviug money? Bella—Well, every day I think of more things I don't buy. Chicago lias noon victory prayers. V^I1M Granulated Eyelids, .If II11 r Eye* inflamed by expo __ sure to Sm. Bait and Wind Fl/AC quickly relieved by Morin* 1 . w EyeBemedy. NoSmarting, 4* ju«t Eye Comfort. At I Your Druggist* or by mail 60c per Bottle, j For Seek at the Fye free write t n i Murine Fye Remedy Co., Chicago. Soothe Your ! 4C Itching Skin -^4with Cuticura All druggist*: 8onp2f>. Ointment?*A 6ft. Tnlcui«2>. Hample each free of "CnUcnra, DapA 1,1—t<a ‘* BhaWam ▲ toilet preparation of merlA Balpa to eradicate dandruff. For Restoring Color and Beauty to Gray or Fadod Hair. ^^^^o^aut^l^aatDrujrytat^^ CTADI SAVE EVERYTHING! Instant Mender iJIVI * patch cloth, leather, etc .quickly, neatly ;2&c o large abeeta. IMaimmx, ia*a w. ac ruw. u A>pia W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 42-191*.