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STOMACH REMEDY . A GREAT SUCCESS V. - fctio» 3oard Tri«. EATONIC, th« WoadwM Stomach Ramidy, Jwlge William L. Cham ber., who nsea EATON IC aa a remedy tor lorn of appe tite and Indigestion, fa ■ Commissioner of the U a. Board of Mediation and Conciliation. It fa natural for him to expreo* hfmaelf In guarded language, yet there la no hesitation In hia pronouncement regarding the value of EATON 10. k Writing from Waahin I D.O.. to the Eatoalc ■ edy Oo., he aaja. "EATONIC promote« appetite and aida digestion. I hare used it with beneficial résulta." Olloe workers and othera who ait mach ar« martyrs to dyspepsia, belching, bad breath, heartburn, poor appetite, bloat, and Impair ment of gener al health. Are you. yonrself, a sufferer? EATONIC will relieve you just aa aurely aa ft haa benefited Judge Chambers and thousands of others. Here's the secret: EATONIC drivas the gas •at of the body—and the Bloat Goes With Itf It la guaranteed to bring relief or you get your money back! Costs only a cent or two a day to use It. Get a box today from your druggist. > rtou. Kem Itching Rashes Soothed With Guticura Soap 23c. Oiatmaat 23 and SOc. A Tightwad. "My motto is: 'Never give up.'" "I noticed that when the Red Cross people came around." FRECKLES Mow la the Tum U Get Rid af These Ugly Speis There's no lunger the allgbteet need of feeling sshsmed of year freckles, ss Oihlne—doable strength—Is guaranteed to retaove these homely spots. Simply get an oancs of Othlne—doubts strength—from your druggist, and apply a littls of it night and morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to dis appear, while the lighter ones have vanished en tirely. It la seldom that m la needed to completely clear tha akin and gala • beautiful clear complexion. Ba sure to ask for the double strength Othlna, ne this is sold under guarantee of money back U It falle to remove freckles.—Adv. t bin one mine* KIND TO PRISONERS—GUILTY German Women Warned That They Will Be Punished for "Lack of Self-Respect." Women, even the miraculous Ger man superwomen, are Incorrigible, observes a writer In the Literary Di gest. The German government has just discovered to its horror that Oretchen, In common with alt the daughters of Eve, Is not Insensible to the charms of a welt favored man, and, tf given the opportunity, even she is disposed to flirt. The Franken furter Zeitung indignantly writes ; "Female inhabitants of houses ad jacent to camps of officer prisoners of war hove repeatedly attempted to enter Into communication with the Imprisoned officers, and even throw them things. Thanks, however, to the «harp lookout kept by the authorities, ttie attempts In each case were frus trated. The guilty persons, who be long to all classes of society and are of vnrious ages, were discovered. "While the police authorities have hitherto considered sharp reprimands as sufficient warnings. In the belief that such unconsidered acts were due to a foolish desire for sensation, tn future such conduct will be visited by very severe legal penalties nnd public exposure. These penalties will furthermore be imposed without dis erimlnatloa orr all who may render themselves guilty of such lack of self respect." Some men succeed by ability and «orne rely oa their nerve. SM If %> FI Conservation means the use of foods re quiring less sugar, less fuel, and the minimum of wheat Grape* requires No SUGAR, NO FUEL. less milk or cream than b other cereals, and is part Barley. Its a concentrated, nourishing, nomicaland deli cious food. TRY IT! eco . §1 S Si O stars of Freedom*« banner bright That clustered shine in field of blue. From faint, far depths of heaven's height Your constellated fires you drewl From starry ways of sges down You bring the light of old renown 1 Greece first your dawn-bright radiance knew When Freedom's star rose o'er the deep. And Athens' glory full orbed grew When Parthenon crowned the Acrop olis steep. The fame of Greece then brightly shone With splendor since through ages known. i I 1 But kindled by Promethean fire O'er other lands roae Freedom's stars. Unquenched by blood, they still aspire Where far beyond the old world - bars They rose above the new world bright And blent aa one their kindred light t Long may these stars undimmed still shine In Freedom's glorious galaxy! Long may our land still be the shrine To sll the world of Liberty, Whose statue stands at Freedom's ^ gates f And for the coming millions waits 1 Ij — H. T. SuJJuth to Net» York tVorU. (JI college writes: "It was, too, an up-to date, or rather, away-ahead-of date, I, •stabil. -Ament, af least in regard tof MILITARY POST THAT WAS NAMED FOR WASHINGTON Carlisle, Pa., Claims to Have Had Within Its Limits a Station of Im portance That Antedates the Nation al Capital by Many Year«—Mado Flrat Move for American Liberty. AULISLE, Pa., claims to have had within Its limits the first place (Washlngtonburg) In Hie United States to be named for George Washington and to have the oldest meeting house west of the Sus quehanna, wherein the germ of Ameri can liberty was conceived. Access to hidden records and facta long hurled In state archives Is re writing history and a lately discovered "Uncompleted Paper" by the late Christian P. Humrich, Esq., discloses the fact that on the present site of the United Stute« Indian school at Car lisle In prerevolutionary times waa an establishment of "recognized Impor tance, and of great historical Interest," known as Washlngtonburg. No record Is found In state or coun ty of Its existence, but research shows that it was quite an important place and more than a suburb of Carlisle. It was a national and not a state es c ,..T IT o it . % K/, Jam«# Wilson. tahllshment, for "Col. Flower, Commis sary-General of Military Stores," re quests that he might have "Carpenter«, Farriers. Gun Smiths. Tinmen, Sad dlers nnd Shoemakers" for work at tbia place. Coal Used Industrially. Dr. Charles F. Himes of Dickinson Tea Apron. A little apron that Is sure to appeal to the young girl who delights In pre paring her own tea tray Is made of ; linen crash. It Is n straight, long apron, with a big opening for the head, , so that it is In approved slip-over style, There I« a loose belt at the waistline. I But the distinguishing mark of this j apron Is a wide pocket at the front' hem embroidered with teacup* and j saucers and teapots and spoons. This apron may be bought made up and embroidered, or it may be bought ready to embroider. fuel employed, for anthracite coal from Wllkesburre region was floated down the Susquehanna and hauled In wagon* from Harris' Ferry (Harrisburg) to this point. This waa the first use of such coni, on such a scale, and for In dustrlal purposes." Evidence of the large force of workmen employed I* found In a meat bill, dated February 7, 1781, for 150 head of beef cattle to supply the artificers and others at Washlngtonburg, at the "Continental works near Carlisle." The contention Is that thla military post was the first place In the United States to be named for Waahlngtoe and that Its existence antedates by /ears Washington, D. C. When General Washington was In Carlisle during the whisky rebellion he, with Alexander Hamilton, wor shiped In the "Old Presbyterian Meet ing House" on the public square lo Carlisle, and tt was In ibis Identical meeting house, on July 12, 1774, a year before the Mecklenburg declaration, a public meeting of patriotic citizen* gathered from the town and surround tng country, condemned the act of the British parliament and urged vigorous measures to correct the wrong. Col. John Montgomery waa the presiding officer. James Wilson was present and was appointed one of the members of the committee to meet with other com mittees to take action. He was later a member of the Continental congress, a signer of the Declaration and a Justice of the Supreme court. Wing's history states, ''and whpn In the Continental congress he received Instructions from his constituents In Cumberland county to advocate an entire separation from the mother country. This was prob ably the first utterance of that senti ment of the country." Bancroft's Tribute to Wilson. Bancroft says of Wilson : "He was an ardent patriot, like many other emi nent men of that day—not at first avowedly In favor of severance from the mother country, hut he deslr«*d It when he received definite Instruction from hla constituents." Bellman, writing of the potency of this meeting held In the "Old Meeting House" on July 12, 1774 says: "The Influence, therefore, of the meeting, of of subsequent Instruction« to which It gave rise, seems to bave determined the aetion of Pennsylvania In that great crisis which men even like John Dickinson were too timid or too cow ardly to meet." The vote of James Wilson deter mined the vote of Pennsylvania. Had Pennsylvania failed to acc«|>t the reao lutlon we today would be under an other flag. Philadelphia may be considered 'Th« birthplace of American liberty." but Its conception In the "Old Presbyterian Meeting House," In Carlisle, Cumber land county, Pennsylvania, made It possible to be horn. The Scotch-Irlsh part In the Revolu tionary war and the eventa preceding It Is becoming more apparent and Im portant, and the actions taken In th« Preshvterlan meeting houses through out Pennsylvania are vital to historié recital. Organdi» Neckwear. Frivolous, frilly ruffles, one oa top of the other up to five and six rows, ou Htc sheerest organdies, says the Dry Goods Economist, make any pretense «f economy In this essential accessory to the un-to-date wardrobe a snare and a delusion. .Such a wide variety of styles in all the pastel shades are of fered that making a choice of one Is practically Impossible for the eu» tomer and she purchases several j «i"l>* of n *t antPlace, or lace and or gandie. Instead of one. as she Intended when she entered the shop. Middle Aged Women, % iw ! Are Hera Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. I / frttBeet, (X— "I waa passing through th« critical K od of Ufa, being forty-ai* jaara of «g* and ha«l all symptoms incident to that change — heat flashee. MnoniofM, and waa In a general run down condition, no It waa hard for to« to do my work. Lydia K. Plnk haa'i Vegetable Compound waa recommended to me aa th« b«at remedy for my trouble«, which it aurely pro red to be. I feel beiter and stronger In ev«rv way atnea It, and tha annoy In* symptom* nev* dlaap hapoleon St., Fremont, i A ji taking peared. Ohio. "—Un. M. Qodou, »S3 North Haven. Conn.—'''Lydia E. Pinkhamh Vegeta ble Compound roe to red my health after evervthlnjr else bad failed when paaalng through change of life. Thei la nothiug like It to overcome the trying symptoms." —Mn, Floss* cn lasu.A. Boa 197, North Haven, Conn. f\ In Suck Cases LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND has the greatest record for the greatest good LYDIA C.P1MKMAM MCOICIMC CO. LYWMMANB. HUMORS OF RENT COLLECTING | Seeming Proof That Stern Gatherer of Landlord's Tribute May Ba Human, After AM. A ItoHtonlau, owning houses In a neighboring city, received the follow ing atntcly letter from the collector of renta. We publish It to show that a collector may be Inexorable, yet have a vein of hutnor In hla Iron constitu tion. The letter was written In Jumi ary: 'The soil pipe, water pipes slid other apparatus In the cellar of the homestead are In their usual hibernal atate—fror.en stiff; so le-niuel reports, and mbls that he off«»re«l to contribute M to Bill a ton of coal for the furnace to generate a little warmth and partially overcome the deadly, grnvellke chill »if that subterraneous *imce; amt Bill tells me that Lemuel Is a cheerful II • r, und rnrnle no such ofT«-r. and so I tell both wlmt the other says, ami leave them to fight It «*ut, Impressing on them, however, Hint the rent must be forthcoming Just the same." WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY NEED SWAMP-ROOT ! Thousands upon thousands of women hava kidney and bladder troubla and never euapect it. Women's complaint* often pmvs to )■# nothing elae but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys sra not in s healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased Pain in the back, bodache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are olten time* symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't <leUy starting treatment. Dr, Kilmers* Hwamp Root, a physician's pre : •cnption, obtained at any drug stors, may ! be just the remedy needed lo overcome such condition*. Get a medium or large sire bottle im mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten rents lo Dr. Kilmer A (o., Binghamton, N. Y , for a •ample bottle. When writing be eure and mention this paper —Adv. Th« Ultimate Superlative. In a rural si IumiI a teacher was en deavoring on« day to make clear to her class the di-gre«-* of comparison of adjectives. To make sure she was understood, the teacher called on each pupil In turn to give comparative* and superiatlce« of adjectives, which sh* named. One little chap was asked to mime the comparative degree of "sick." "Worse," said he. The teacher decided that she could best show him hi* error hy letting him j go on. and asked, swi-etly, "well If 'worse' Is th« comparative of 'sl«-k,' , what would you give a* the *u|*-rl»t j tlver "Dead." was th « Instant answer. — j Harjier's Magazine. Important to Mother* Examine carefully every bottle of CA8TORIA. that famous old rerne«] y for Infanta and children, and see Hint It „ I Signature of In Use for Over 80 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher*» Cut to ns Unlucky Man. Clerk—Please, sir, can I have week's holiday 7 Employer—What's wrong with you j now? Clerk—I*m going to get married. Employer—Now. you were away a week with Influenza, snd ten day* with a sprained ankle. ,, W g y , » >m „,hlng going wrong with you Jon es.—Pearson'« Weekly, I declare there's One of our ambitions Is nom* day to have fine black «»11 In our gar<l*n. Whet* Your Eyes Need Car« Try Murine Eye Remedy Edum ni aaiUDT oo.. cuicaoo I 8 °«p f rom Tabla Réfuta To conserve the fut* contained In the table refuse and dishwater of the aoldlera' meaa. the llrltlwb military nilthorltlee Install«*! grease traps, ac cording to the I'opulnr Science Month ly. The fat collected In these traps averages more than one ounce for each man dally. The traps consists of tlnllncd wooden box. divided Into two com purl men I a by a partition which does not reai-h the hotioiii by about four Inches. The dishwater and the table refuse are poured through a strainer Into (he vat. As the water eools the fat form a crust on top and Is skimmed off. f the I Bee-Keeping In New Zealand At Hie late uununl meeting Waikato Beekeepers' association at ! Hamilton, an n»«l»lntit director of the 1 horticultural division of th« »letmri ment of agriculture atatinl Hint there ! were 4,.'ttH apiaries registered In New Zealand, representing 80.823 colonies of b••«•s. One beekeeper Inst yenr re (iirn.'l :ui Ions of lumey. which be sold nt 8187 p«»r ton, while some wns sold j ns high ns fTIMi per ton, thus tanking ! I It a very prosperous Industry, Women s«iiiietlin«-s f«*el unworthy i»f their husband* In novel* IHUKÜHIHKUHHKHHHMHKHUKKIIII'H f "1 i Such Flavory Sliced Beef! 1 T HE fende men of Libby*» Î Dried Beef, will delight you you will fmd the greatest different« In the flavor! Have Libby'« Sliced Beef with creamed sauce today. See how much more tender, more delicate it la than any other you have ever tried. Libby, MYNrill * Libby, CM«««« hut < 1 # Iceland Will Plant Mor« Potatoes Iceland will make a new departure this yenr In the mutter of using pot« to fl»»ur. Representative* i»f that gov crnrn«-nt ar* sending out propaganda poking to the general und extensive planting of potatoes this year. Mln«-e the summer season Is so short tn Ice laud and other Arctic countries, th« raising of grain Is not possible, hut Its climate Is adapted to the raising of I'lsns see being made for ilia Installation of potato milling ins -hlnery, so that In a measure Iceland will In the future be « UtU« more In dependent of outsider* for It* farina <-«oua foods, Mhortag«-* of shipping, with a consequent curtailment of tm ports has made It Impossible to main tain Iceland's «beat supplie«. I'" 1 "' Not Wocrisd "Why don't you mix in7" •Thrase people," said tb* aloof oo* "sr* nobodtes." "Msyh* so. hot «hen enough nobod lea get together they manag« t* have pretty good Urn«." To photograph hroko* boo«* French surgeons hav« lav«*t*4 » ateraupte X ray camera. Saved Hip Comrade month* ng«> an American ««•* tunning In tropical rhool of A fe ho ns wns attacked by a sharks amt Ills leg was bitten off The tins of four other sharks were U*lbl« waters nearby and It «seemed ccrlaln that tha unfortunate sailor would s»mn t»e totw to pieces, when Wallace »»dell l'r«t«w, a machinist, tllv«*«l Into the hloog stained water and hrtiught lb«» wound ml mall safely to the ship. In re. «»g> nltlou of ibis rare net of bravery I'ra ter was awar<l«*«l a medal by the ury gold lifesaving wretary «»f the treu» He lives In Nlnffonl. Kali Cutlcur* for Sera Hand» Roak banda on retiring In th* hot sudt of Cutleura Hoap. dry and rub In C» llrmure surplus ttcura Ointment. Ointment with soft tlaau« paper, free sample« address. "Cutlcura. Dept, X. Boston " At druggists and by malL Hoap 28, Ointment 28 and 80. —Adf. |x>r»niit pnrt In the present warfare la one Instnino the Germans on His heights of the Italian front were btlmt led by Hie rays of ninny light* whits " » Italian engineer* were building bridge* below, working In the dark r<* hearchllghta In War. Hcarrhltghta nr* playing a very In* III Kill All Filet! n VJST 0«l«r Ply KIM«» ââââiAé f ETiry Woman Waato^ Ÿx IK 17 It' ANTISEPTIC POWDER au. mimé by Lydia t A bo a l i n g wsssds» Mn tkra*tu4 •« iBfiKaaasrgj € •t in W. N. U, Sait Lak* City, No.