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Letter Published by Her Permission. Mitchell, In<L—"LydiaE. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound helped me so much during the time I was looking forward ! to the coming of my little one that I am recommending it to other expectant mothers. Before ' taking it. some davs .•» 1 W i I i with neu. mdly thought I could lijl not live, but after taking three bottled r lof Lydia E. Pink , J ham's Vegetable ral that so ttrely relieved of neuralgia, 1 had gained in strength and was able to go around and do all my housework. My baby when seven months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel better than I have for a long time. I never had any medicine do me so mach good.''—Mrs. Pearl Monyhan, Mitchell, Ind. Good health during maternity ia a moat important factor to both mother and child, and many letters have been Lydia E. Pinkham . Lynn, Maas., telling ef health restoredduringthis trying period by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. fr f l received Medicine 8L the Clear Your Skin ii V . < with Cuticura All 4raot<«tai Unp *. Ol nimmt 5**8X T*kmw ». SUPERSTITION HARD TO DOWN Quaint Belief In Reference to Wad ding Customs That Prevail In T.hla and Other Countries. There are more superstitions in ref erence to the marriage ceremony than In reference to any other In common life. They refer to such matters as the clothes to be worn by the bride, to the year, month and day of the wed ding. In Sweden It Is believed that If a girl Is fond of cats she will pot be an old maid. We should expect the oppo site. One of our proverbs says that It Is ill luck for a bride to see her face In a glass by candle. Another that a wed ding feast postponed bodes bad luck. Bees must be told of n wedding and get some of the cake. The pins used In the dress of the bride at her wed ding must be all thrown away ; If re tained by the bridesmaids they will not marry before Whitsuntide. A girl must beware of being three times a bridesmaid, for she never will be a bride. It augurs ill for a wedding If a bride does not weep profusely. No witch can shed more than three tears, nnd those from her left eye only. A copi ous flood of tears gives assurance to the husband that the lady has not plighted her troth to satnn and la no witch.—Philadelphia Inquirer. Timely Advice. "Auntie, I'm studying now about the least common multiple." "That's .right, my child. Always go In for whatever la least common."— Louisville Courier-Journal. The 8uperbelng. The Commandant—Implicit obedi ence to those In authority is demanded of all, even the highest among us. | The Cadet—I get you, sir. The com* blander In chief Is a married man. ■ Oil and truth are bound to come tc the top some time._ As always (, food will play a biA part Äs a man eats, so is he." Qrapefluts a food for body and brain (Gontains buildind phos phates of the : grain) , 'Then's a JBeasanl the PRESIDENT BRINGS WILSON DECLARES THAT UNITED STATES IS NOW TRUSTED • BY WHOLE WORLD. Regarded as Friends of Liberty, Com ing Across the Sea to See That New World is Consecrated on Basis of Justice and RighL Boston.—-In an address at Mechan ic's Hall Monday afternoon, February 24, President Woodrow Wilson, who hud Just returned from hts European trip, made the declaration that the United States is trusted by the world. The presidential parly reached the hall at 2:30, and as the party reached the outer doors a battery of guns In the railway yards at the rear of the hall fired a presidential palute of twenty-one guns, while Inside the hall the band struck up "Hall to the Chief." The preliminaries were brief. John McCormack sang "The Star Spangled Banner," Mayor Peters welcomed the president in the name of the city ; and Governor Coolldge extended the greet ings of the commonwealth. The president begad by asking hi« audience if they could understand he wus as glad to see them as they were to see him and expressed apprecia tion of his reception. Hts reception in Europe, he said, he regurded as a-welcome to "the friends of liberty," coming across the sea to see that a new world whs to be con secrated on the basis of Justice and right Nation Trusted by World "The greatest thing I have to re port to you," said he, "Is tliut this great country of ours is trusted throughout the world, coine to report on the [ regress of the peace conference. That vould be pre matura. 1 have not "The men who are in conference In Paris realixe they are not masters or their people but servants of tlielr people, and that no man will dure go home from tliut conference und re port anything less than expected." Speaking ot the slow progress of the conference, the president reminded his audience of the complexity of the problems affecting nearly every coun try In the world "What we are doing," lie said, "is to hear the whole case from those most Interested. I have been struck liy the moderation of those representing na tional claims. "I have seen tears In the eyes of men there pleading for a national ambition, but they were not the tears of anguish, they were the tears of ardent hope. "There is no nation In Europe that suspects the course of the United States. Was there ever such a won derful thing before? ."I would not have you understand that the men who represent the other nations there are disesteeined. Quite the contrary." The European statesmen, lie suid, when tumble to agree, were to resort to the nation known ns the friend of mankind. The president related that American soldiers were welcomed in all the European countries. "I have been searching for Ihc fun damental fuct tliut has brought Eu rope to believe In us. She seemed for the first three years to believe we felt we couUI make more by slay ing out than going iti. Then sudden ly the whole verdict was reversed. If was when they saw that America not only held ideas, but acted ideas, they became the confirmed partisans qf America and became converted to those Ideas. Europe Is Hopeful "No," said the president, "this con ference we have established calls for something. The Europe I left was full of hope. The Europe of the third year of the war was sinking to' a stubborn desperation. They thought the end 01 the war would eventually be a resump tion of the old nvder. They never dreamed It would be a Europe of set tied peace. "Now all the peoples of Europe are buoyed up In the hope that h 11 the nations of the world shall unite their moral nnd 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 nnd the men at the peace conference will go home with their heads upon their breasts because they will ha\'» failed. We would leave oa the peace table nothing bat n mod ern scrap of paper." American Army Deaths 107,444. Washington.—Deaths during the war In the American expeditionary forces nnd among troops in the United States from all causes, the war department has announced, numbered 107,444. Lean Posters Sent te Hunland. advertising the Victory Liberty loan will he dis played in all German territory occupied by American troops. Literature will be sent to every part of the globe where Americans reside. Turkey's Losses Near Million. Constantinople.—Tlie losses of the Turkish army from the time Turkey entered the war until the end of 1918, are plueed at 948,477 dead, wounded, prisoners and missing, accorllng to an official statement. Washington.—Posters Doesn't hurt! Lift any com or callus off with fingers i . # 0 % fl / CL> Don't suffer ! A Uny bottle ot Freexone costs but a few cents at any drug store. Apply a few drops on tbs corna calluses and "hard skin" on bob tom ef feet, then lift them off. When Freexone removes corns from the toes or calluses fron the bottom of feet, the skin beneath ia left pinte and healthy and never sore, tender Irritated. Twelve Little Rabbit» Twelve glassy-eyed rabbits Thrown In a heap Upon a grocer's outdoor shelf. They have given their lives That you and I Might live for a day longer To enjoy the beauties And the pleasures Of a world . Now closed to them forever. And we? We show our gratitude By saying: "Confoundedly tough little beasts, "Aren't they?"—Harvey Peak«, la Philadelphia Record. \l SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really Stande out pre-eminent as a medicine for curable alimenta of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root atands the highest for the reason that it haa proven to be juat the remedy needed in thousands upon thousands of distressing eases. Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in moat eases. Tt is a gentle, healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sixes, medi um and large. However, if yon wish to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and men tion this paper.—Adv. Dramatic Vengeance. "Do you think there'a any chance for me to buy one o' them tanks?" asked Farmer Cobbles. "Why, I don't know. What In the world do you want with a tank?" "I'm tired o' these road hogs In big tourin' cars crowdin' my flivver Into ditches, I'd like to Jo* down the road a piece In a tank, Just to see what would happen."—Birmingham Age-Her ald. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR COLD Saya Cream Applied in Nostril« , ' Opens Air Passages -Right Up. Your dogged nostrils open right np ; the air passages of your head clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness No struggling for breath at night ; your cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Bulm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream In your nostrils. It pen etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the Inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes Instantly. It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up with a cold or nasty catarrh.—Adv. Instant relief—no waiting. Praetloal Girl. He (ecstatically)—I could die for you. I hope you won't think of such a thing until after we are married nnd I have the right to In herit.—Boston Transcript. She—Goodness ! RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half p'nt of water add 1 ox. Bay Rum, a email box of Barbo Compound, and H glycerine. Any druggist eon pat thit or you can mix it at home at very lit coet. Full directions for making and urn come in each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded grey hair, and make it eoft and will not color the scalp, is not greaty, and does not rub off.—Adv. ox. of Z •SB, It -Lately? "Ladees and gent'men. I shall now sing yon that mournful little ditty en titled, 'Mother's Hair Has Turned to Silver Since Father Lost His Gold.! " Hoard Tfala On< Your UMsa^hfarino fee RaZ ■■a iMMt jorr nr—, Gmuli* "Ï DrefaT Ailar tbs MortanTMctw-tn* or Go« By* COMB SAGE TEA III FADED OR GRAY HAIR If Mixed with Sulphur it Darken* so Naturally Nobody can TeiL Grandmother kept her hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and attraçtlve with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with won derful effect. By asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will get a large bot tle of this old-time * recipe. Improved by the addition of other Ingredients, all ready to use, at very little cost. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound now because It darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied— It'd so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears ; after another application or two, it is restored to Its natural color and looks glossy, soft, and beautiful.—Adv. Placing ths Goat. A boss barber, who bas a shop In a downtown skyscraper nnd a caustic tongue, but who has a poor memory for faces, "got his" the other day, to the delight of his assistants and the amusement of several customers. Be had Just shaved a man whom he had not recollected having ever seen before and with an eye to more business «said : "Don't you want your hair trimmed? It looks In spots as If It had been chewed off by a goat." "I kinder think so myself," replied the customer, "but I didn't expect to hear you say so. You cut It your self."—Detroit Free Press. SIOP LUMBAGO PI, RUR BACKACHE AWAY Instant relief! Umber upl Rub pain soreness, stiffness right out with"St. Jacob's Liniment" When your back la sore and lame or lumbago, sciatica or neuritis has you stiffened up, don't suffer I Get a small trial bottle of old, honest "St. Jacobs Liniment" at any Brag store, pour a little In your hand and rub It right into the pain or ache, and by the time you count fifty, the soreness and lameness la gone. Don't stay crippled) This soothing, penetrating liniment takes the ache and pain right out and ends The misery. It Is magical, yet absolutely harmless and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatica and lame back misery so promptly and surely. It never disappoints I—Adv. Handsomely Equipped. "King Solomon was the wisest of men." "Yes," replied thf press agent. "And resplendent In his entertain ments." "Yes." "And most felicitous In his epi grams." •Wes. It'a very evident that In ad dition to other advantages he had a highly energetic and discreet publicity department." State of Oblo, City ot Toledo, Lucas County Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho la senior partner of th# firm of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business In the Ctty of To ledo, County and Btate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE! HUN DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENET. Sworn to before me and subscribed In tTSST" (Seal) - A. W. Gleason Notary Public. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak Internally and acts through the Mucous Surfacse of the Druggists, 76c. Testimonials 7. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio. this 6th day of December, my the Blood Bvetem. free. A Sente of Humor. Mrs. Fetherhed cduld hardly con tain herself until her husbnnd came home, to tell him the excruciating Joke on the Janitor. "He's just found ont why we had no heat in the flat last winter," she chir ruped as she met her husband at the door. "Why?" asked Fetherhed. "He wanted to burn some papers this morning and discovered there's no furnace In the building." BOSCHEE'S SYRUP Why use ordinary cough remedle» when Boschee's S.vrup has been used so successfully for fifty-one years In all parts of the United States for coughs, bronchitis, colds settled In the throat, especially lung troubles? It gives the patient a good night's rest, free from coughing, with easy expec* toratloir in the morning, gives natura a chance to soothe the Inflamed porta, throw off the disease, helping the pa tient to regain his health. Made la America and sold tor more than half a century.—Adv. The world's census of ohaep nuts to wall over 400,000,000. REVOLTS THREATEN CENTRAL POWERS GERMANY,' AUSTRIA AND HUN GARY ARE IN THROES OF SERIOUS OUTBREAKS. Munich Placed Under Martial Law Fol lowing Assassination of Premier, Germany 8aid to Be Casting About for a Dictator. Berlin.—Germany, Austria and Hun gary are in the throes of terrorist re volts which threaten to make the com munist stage of the French revolution look mild by comparison. In Germany the outbreak is thus far confined to Bavaria, whose capital, Munich, was placed under martial law following the assassination of Premier Kurt Eisner and the subsequent shoot ing of nine men, at leust four of whom, including two cabinet members, are dead, while five other members of the government may die from their wounds. The situation in Austria Is obscure, but ominous reports are filtering through from Vienna indicating the stage has been set there for a simi lar upheaval. In Hungary the capital, Budapest, is the seat of a terrorist outbreak sim ilar to the Bavarian, except that so far no bloodshed has been reported. The city Is under martial law. Government troops are marching on Munich to put down the revolt. All Germany Is casting about for a dictator, a man of iron who will fight terror with terror. No one of that cal iber is in the offing now, however, though the new revolution may pro duce him at any moment. Upon an anti-terrorist campaign with tilood and Iron alone do the Ger man people at present pin their faint hopes for salvation from the most ter rible civil war the world has seen. PRESIDENT HAS CLOSE CALL. Ship on Which Ha Waa Feturning Home Narrowly Escapes Grounding. Boston.—The president's ship and Its destroyer escort, the Harding, lost their bearings in the henvy fog and rain off the Massachusetts coast Sun day afternoon while running for Bos ton light and came within perhaps 100O yards of grounding off the beach at Thatcher's Island, Cape Anne. Warning came Just In time to pre vent an accident. Troops and passen gers plied on deck, but there was no panic. President Wilson appeared quite unconcerned. Alleged Plot to Kill President. New York.—Plans for bomb out rages in Boston and attempts on the life of President Wilson ore alleged by the police to have been discovered following two raids here by members of the bomb squad of police headquar ters and agents of the United States government in which fourteen men were arrested. Dr. Mary Walker Dead. Watertown, N. Y.—Dr. Mary Walk er, aged 87 years, died at her home on Bunker Hill February 21 after a long illness. She was a surgeon in the civil war and was awarded a congressional medal of honor. She gained consider able fame by being the only woman allowed to appear in male uttire by an act of congress. Reed Criticises League. Washington.—Senator Reed of Mis souri, Democrat, delivered a two-hour address Saturday In which he attacked the league of nation's constitution, de daring It meant abdication of Ameri can sovereignty, violated the federal constitution and would Involve the United States In all foreign entangle ments. Salvationists to Discard Tambourine. New York.—Tambourines and free will offering boxes which for more than tlilrty-flve years have been used by the Salvation army tn gathering funds, are to be abandoned, says :■ statement issued by Commander Evangeline Booth in announcing plans for a "drive" for $10,000.000 In May. Clothing Needed In Europe. Washington.—Herbert Hoover, head of the European relief administration has cabled the American Red Cros that an Immediate supply of clothing of every kind is absolutely vital to the health and life of "millions of men, women and children freed from the German yoke." Youngest Soldier Discovered. Philadelphia.—The honor of being the youngest soldier to "carry on" against the Boches at Verdun is that of Louis Cooper, 14 years old, who was invalided home recently from oversea» Nine Killed in Wreck. Pittsburg.—Nine persons are known to have been killed and seventy-five others Injured, many fatally, when a B. A O. passenger train crashed Into a double-header locomotive here Sat urday. Champ Clark is Willing. Washington.—Ladles and gentlemen. "Barkis Is willing!" This was Speaker Champ Clark's response when he was presented Saturday night to the South ern Society of Washington as the next president of the United States Weekly Health Talks T C ACID IN THE SYSTEM BX LEE H. SMITH, M. D. Uric add is now generally recog nised as the cause of more diseases than was heretofore believed. When the kidneys are out of order mric acid accumulates within the body in super abundance, 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 lodge. In form of nrate salts, thing to remember is 'that you may rheumatism In any part of the -you may have pains anywhere —your back may ache and your head may be dixzy—but the trouble ia not where the pain appears. The trouble is in the kidneys, and what is the first thing to do? You mus» get that excess uric seid out of,your sys tem, which can be dons by t a k ing Anuric Tablets, the splendid remedy which Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has put on sale in the drug stores at a low price. Anurie Tablets (made double strength), when, taken into the system as medicine, have the peculiar power of dissolving the urie seid deposited there. Drop a bit of sugar or salt into hot water, and it will disap In precisely the ssme way do these Tablets dissolve uric acid. Oi course, after ridding the system of urio arid, it may return again unless you eut the right foods end live the right kind of , but Dr. Pierce will advise you fully proper food and correct living if you te 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 disordered kidneys The ive pear. Anuric ï m 1 The Pessimist's Dread. "He's an awful pessimist." "What's the matter now?" "Growling about the pleasant win ter we are having." "What does he see In this winter to find fault with?" "Says he can't help worrying about hat the price of Ice is going te bee ext summer." I Cuticura Soothes Baby Rasheat t itch and burn with hot baths Cuticura Soap followed by gentle anointings of Cuticura Ointment. Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe cially if a little of the fragrant Cuti cura Talcum is dusted on at the fin ish. 26c 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 «Meet of CUltivoted vegetables. It has been cul tivated In India for 3,000.- year». - . PHYSICIAN WAS IN SERIOUS CONDITION Dr. Farnsworth Gives Doan's Credit for His Wonder ful Recovery. Dr. T. G. Famrworth, 78 8. Kana wha St., Bnckhanson, W. Va., retired physician of over forty yeaxr experi ence, ex-State Congressman, ex-City Mayor and ex-County Health Officer, praiara Doan'» Kidney Pill*. Here ia Dr. Farnsworth's experience as he talk it: "It waa just a few year» after my retirmg from ins: medicine found I was afflicted with severe disorder of the kidneys and bladder. I grew stead ily worse, times I wee unable to practic that I i and aome et around at all. The • s»ssr waa in a fri dition. After I had lost hope »'other remedies, Doan't Kidney PiUe wot» brought to my attention and I triad them. I soon noticed a change for the » better. I used several boxes and they cured me completely. Never far my practice Aid I know a remedy would accomplish what Doan't Kidney Pills did, and I give them my hearti est endorsement. Gat Dona*« at Aar Stan, 60c a Be» KIDNtT PILLS FOSTERM1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. T. th ; DOAN'S DON'T CUT OUT I A Shoe Boil,Capped Hock or Bursitis FOR / ABSORB. NE will reduce them and leave no blemishe*. Does not bfae and bane can be Stop# Urne ness promptly, ter or remove the W, worked. $2. SO a bottle delivered. BMkSBfiM ABSORBING JR., tar MR«.Hsta*n W. F.YOUNG, P.D. F.,r» Tl » HW -« e Hne8«i e. l Both Beef and Milk land milk b the Bbort repeatedly brake the record* at tha tn 1918, making Ifaa Mgk ipsrowb • of! oyw aFjWrp it» par jssr» 11 si •»•/* having «rira «oak. *a o* 0> sad anM Bronchial Troublas the britedsa . 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