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For Courba Colds sad Distemper. and at the Aral trap toms of any such aliment, rive small doses of that . derfnl remedy, now the moat used In existence, IPOHS1 DltTEMrCR COMPOUND Safe for all area Colts, lfares In foal. Stallions and all others An excellent preventive as well as a curs Sold by drurrlsts. 'a SPOBN MEDICAL CO, Mtra, Gwkn, lad, U. a. A. TOMMY IN HUMOROUS MOOD And Possibly There Was a Little Sar casm in Remark Credited to Real Soldier. I "Don't ever Imagine that the British haven't some sense of humor,", said Robert Chambers, the author, recently. "A friend of mine. Just back from Lon don relates an incident that shows that the Tommy, at least, has a funnybone somewhere in his anatomy. ."These two Tommie«, disheveled, torn with wounds and altogether tidy, were on leave In London, they stood In Trafalgar square there approached a detachment of the Wind sor guard In silver trappings, waving plumes, red coats, long varnished boots shining like mirrors, and kid gloves. "The Tolmnles looked on In silence for a moment and then one nudged his mate. " 'Looka Bill,' he whispered In an awed voice. "Them's sojers.' " inl As Needless Alarm. Junior had not been In the best of health, and, when he seemed well on the way to recovery, his mother took extra precautions to guard him against possibilities of an Influenza attack. One evening the anxious mother was startled when she entered Ju nior's room to find the little chap In bed, sniffing, with eyes red and wa tery. "Goodness, gracious!" she cried, "do you feel sick, dearie?" "No, mamma,'' Junior replied. "But you seem to have caught a dreadful cold." "I haven't any cold." "But your nose and your eyes !" From under the covers Junior pro duced a book. "It Is 'Unde Tom's Cabin,' mam ma." he said, "and I have Just been reading about poor little Eva."— Youngstown Telegram. Who Blushed Then? A pretty young teacher was once placed In charge of a class of boy* and she asked them what they would like to be when grown up. They an had very high notions, one was to be an actor, one a sailor, one a lorry driver, and another a cowboy. Presently tt came to a pretty fair haired boy to state his wish. "What wonld yon like to be?" Mid the teacher. .Tackle blushed deeply, and looked shy and afraid. "Come, tell me yonr wish, Jackie, please!" said the teacher. "Please-er-please, my wlsh-er-ls to be—your husband!" he blurted out— London Answers. Bullet Meets Bullet. So many -bullets flew through the air In both directions In large battles of'the great war'tltat some of them were bound to bump Into ench other. A pair of fighting hullets were picked up by an English soldier one day after he and his comrades had pushed the Germans back several hundred yards. In their perlions Journey over No Man's land'they struck barbed-wire en tanglements with the varied results shown. To Inture Control. Edith—I don't see why they need so mnny rehearsals for the Sophia Strong-inn and Percy Pinfeather wed ding. -That's so they won't laugh when she promises to obey him. Bel! A shoal of herrings Is often five or six miles In length and two or three in Breadth. Postum First Found Favor In the Small Communities Gien in the ci tie*, then in the nation's great metropolitan centers, until today it is de manded everywhere, and sold everywhere, as America's greatest health drink for table uae. You can get from your grocer THe Original Postum Cereal BoO it just Kke coffee—15 minutes after hailing begins. It doubles die enjoyment of the meal with its rich, invigorating flavor; and. unlike cof fee, it never upsets nerves, stomach or heart. Children as well as grown folks can drink Postum freely. « There's a Reason »» Two Sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c. In There are twice aa many blind peo ple In Russia as In the whole of the rest of Europe. . Kill the Files Now and Prevent disease. A DAIST FLT KILLER will do M. Kille thousand». Lests ell season. All dealer«, ortsesentexprMsnaidforgl.tg. H. BOURRA De Kslb Are., Rrooklyn, N. Y. Adv! 150 No Prospect. Butcher—What kind of a cut in this meat would you prefer, madam? Customer—A cut in price. ALLEN'8 FOOT- EASE DOES IT. When your ehoes pinch or your corns bunions ache set Allen's Foot - Kssç. antiseptic powder to be shaken Into sh and sprinkled In the foot-bath. It tha a tins out of corns and bunions S ve Instant relief to Tired, Aching, n. Tender feet. Sold everywhere Don't accept any substitute.—Adv. and tha sa and Nothing Like Education. An ostrich stood with stuffed rigid ity In a store window, with two small boys looking In: "Gee, look what a great big swan." The boy with him knew better. "That Isn't a swan. That's an old he-buzxard." Which shows what a fine thing It Is for some boys to live where they can have the advantage of public edu cation and a zoo.—Washington Star. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT and Thousands. of women have kidney bladder trouble and never suspect it. Womens' complaints often prove to bs nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gan« to become dieeaaed. Pam in the back, headache, loaa of am bition, nervousness, are often time« symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pro scription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcoi euch conditions. Get a medium or Urge size bottle im mediately from any drag store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cants to Dr. Kilmer t Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper.—Adv. Out of Order. The village was nil agog. Flossie Flatfeet was marrying William Giles. The church was crowded. Flossie, looking as pale as her somewhat high ly colored countenance would allow, bore np until the plain band ring was safely on her finger, and then, over* come, burst Into tears. The villagers were touched, but not anxious. All girls cry at weddings. Then suddenly William Giles screwed up his face and broke Into howls. Tears poured down his face and dripped off his whiskers. "What's np? Hush, man !" those nearest him urged. But Giles contin ued to howl, and at lost burst out : "Let me be ! I feel wusp 'an. '$r about It!"—London Tit-Bit*. Need of « Cash Register. Is not always as regular In his accounts as he might be. spite of that however, he was recently elected to carry the .contribution bas ket at his church. But there wits much opposition, particularly from the men, who had known him to Juggle various other accounts over which he had had charge. Finally the grocer voiced his objection In this way; T don't think we'd better let him carry that basket unless we have a cash register at tached to It" Mr. M What Better? -What Is your highest ambition? She—Six feet one and Just released. —Gargoyle. II< |ßjlf|(] QTËTP NPWQ; I Will IU U I il I L IILIIU ! * A ' ro-op«-ratlve créa nier y and a cheese factory are planned for Kuna. The farmers of the l 'nul section are taking quite a great Interest In the dairy Industry. There la a* genuine building boom -on at Nampa, application for permits laying almost a daily occurrence. Idaho peach growers will probably receive exceptionally good prices for a bumper crop this year. It is pre dicted. In Canyon county, the potato acre age will show an Increase over last season, with plauting well under way at present. The World War veterans of 1'oca tello are planning to take a prominent part In Hie Fourth of July celebration at that city. The Vaught brothers at Fairfield have bought two tractors engines and will plow ulanit 1000 acres and seed it to fall wheat this season. Mayors throughout the state have been called upon by J. K. White, com missioner of public works, to biuucli vigorous clean-up drives in tlielr cities Immediately. The state bourd of the Christian church met at Nampa last week for the purpose of laying plans for the state convention of the church which will tie held June 30 to July 3. Bert H. Vartan, of Welser, has been appointed by Governor Davis as Judge of the Seventh Judicial district of Idaho, to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Judge.Isaac N. Smith. Because, it Is alleged, he forced hi* attention upon the white wife of his brother. Bill Parrin, a * « reek', was killed at Pocatello, and his brother Is In the county Jail, clmrged with mur der. Pooutello property owners on Arthur avenue are endeavoring to Induce the city to change the nume of tlmt thor oughfare to "Broadway." Arthur ave nue is third in Importance lu the busi ness section of the city. The Kantern Idaho Good Itoads as sociation was recently formed at Po catello, delegates being present from Bannock, Bonneville, Caribou, Frank lin, Jefferson, Bingham, Madison, Oneida, Power and Teton counties. Kfforts will, be mude to have the next congress create u permanent pub lic employment system for the I'nlted Stutes, according to Information sent from Washington to K. H. Hnsbrouck, acting director of employment in Idaho. The governor In making a plea for Idahoans to subscribe to the Victory loan declared that Idaho has raised more than $54,000,000 for the govern ment's use In the war, and that more than 500 sons of tills state have paid the supreme sacrifiée. Three tax experts will tour the state between now and next August col lecting dutn on taxation of public utili ties and on other tax Items to be used by tlie state board of equalization In Its work at the next annuul meeting, which begins August 11. The packing Industry In Pocatello »will.be. resumed in the very near fu ture, ufter the big packing plant north of the city h«s lain Idle for some time. The puckiug plant was established about three yeurs ago, but during the war was forced to ahnt down. Publication of the official Journal of the Idaho State Teachers' associa tion will he begun about September 1. It Is announced by tlie state depart ment of education. It will be known as The Idaho Teacher, and will be published during the school year. Miss Ethel K. Itedfield, state super intendent of public Instruction, who has been In north Idaho several weeks on official business since leaving the first of lust month to attend the an nual Inland Empire Teachers' conven tion at Spokane, has returned to Boise. Representatives from Buhl, Burley, Kuimrt, l'uul und Twin Fnlls, which ure to be represented with dubs in the Central Idaho Buselmll league this season, liuve adopted a schedule of games for the season opening on May 11 and contAiuing for 19 weeks. Miles Johnson, Lewiston ; Shad L. Hodgin. Twin Fulls, and John V*'. Jones. Blackftot, have been apfmlnted by Governor I »avis Idaho members of the Nutional Conference on Uniform Laws. An appropriation of tT-VI was made by the last legislature for rep resentation at this (■oncluve. D eonqiany. Third Idaho Infantry, will tie reorganized soon to come under the regulations of the measure provid ing for the organization of five com panies of militia lu the sfhte of Idaho. D company was organized In Febru ary. 1918, along with other companies in the state, us an emergency state unit. At a recent meeting of the World War Veterans at Caldwell, the total of 10 per cent of the Caldwell district's quota which was promised by the re turned soldiers was raised. This means that the returned soldiers of this one district have taken $'.£3.700 worth of Victory Bonds In the preseut drivé. Property of the Boise Railway com pany, Including all cars and tracks In the city, will be sold at public auc. tlon from the courthouse steps May 24 to satisfy a Judgment for $103.1X5. besides X.VViO for attorney's and trus tees' fees and other costs. Physicians are not entitle«] to per mits to transport liquor Into the «tote, the attorney general'# office has held in an opinion written In answer to a question raised by a north Idaho firm of lawyers. Only pharmacists are en t1t!«»d to such permits, oder the law, it was 1x4 d. Filer LIFT OFF CORNS! * Drop Freesone on t touchy corn, then Oft th^t com off with fingers r •i-V Doesn't hurt a bit I Drop a little ITeeaone on an aching corn. Instantty that corn stop# hurting, then you lift It right out Yea, magic I Ko humbug I A tiny bottle of Freesone costs but a few cents at any drug store, but la aufli dent to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without aoreoesa or Irritation. Freesone Is tha sensational discovery of a Cincinnati genius. It Is wonderful. Criticism. Billy Sunday tells with gusto of the subtle criticism that a pretty Phila delphia girl one* passed on his Infor mal preaching methods. The revivalist halted at the en«l of an impaasloned Philadelphia harangue, rolled down hts sleeve«, put ou his coat and said: "And now. denr friends, are there any questions?" All the congregation wns silent ex cept the pretty girl. She asked from her front pew : "May 1 smoke?" has been a ht-oseholti remedy all over the ctrillsed world tor more than half a century fot constipation. Intestinal troubles, torpid liver end the generally depressed feeling accompenles such disorders It I* . m.Hrt valuable remedy for Indigestion or nervous dye pepaia and liver trouble, bringing on headache, coming up of food, palpita tlon of heart, and many other aynip doses si s-ä civilized countries.—Adv. GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER A Lady of Distinction. Is recognized by the delicate faarinat lee inAiienne at ih* nerfume ahe nass, a**, «h Kb >n and hot A bath with Cutlcura Soap and not water to thoroughly cleanse tne pores, followed by a dusting with Cutlcura Talcum Powder usually means a clear, , Impossibly deaf to others, that It be com«*« a curae. In short. It la a curse only In an«-h foolish wx-lnl conditions that life Itself la a curse.—George She Understood. The preacher had be«-o talking Sbuut the neceaalty for n "now heart." Little Bess' father took her «o hi* knee and gravely asked If ahe uuder stood what a new heart was. "Oh. yea. Indeed." she answered, brightly, stomach." "R's a kind of heavenly sweet, healthy akin.—Adv. When Meney la a Curae. It I* only when money I* cheapened to worthle*«neNi for sou»*-, and made Bernard Shaw. Dr P 1 mrc 0 § PlfMani Ptllfit put At rad U •Ich and billoua fcftftdacbaa, constipation. 41s slucss nod Indigestion. "('I»»n houss." Adv If oom* people were to think twice before speaking they would never ■»> anything. ATTENTION! Sick Women „ v To do your duty during these trying times your health should be your first iaer&tion. These two women / tell how they found health* / is A cons cTo o IJeUarn, Pa.—"I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Veg- / etable Compound tor female troubles and a die- I placemenL 1 felt all run down and was very weak. ^ I had been treated by a physician without résulta, •o decided to gl va Lydia K. Pink ham's Vegetable Co mp o u nd a trial, and felt better right away. I am keeping house since last April and doing all my housework, where before I was imable to do any work. Lydia E. Plakham'e Veg». table Compound is certainly tha best medicine a woman can take when In this condition. I give yon permission to publish this letter.''— Mi». E. B. Cxcmlixo, Ü- No. l, IiaUam. l'a. Ix» well, Mich down pains, was Irregular and had female weaknesa and displacement I began to take Lydia E. Flnkham'e Vege table Compound which gave me relief at once and restored my health. I should like to reeoinmeod Lydia E. Pinkham'e remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a simi lar way.**—Mrs. Elise IIkm.B.No.0, Box 81,Lowell,Mich. <ji it ^ A c n / /J f I suffered from crampe and dragging Why Not Try l LYDIA E. PINKHÄKS VEGETABLE COMPOUN wma twnmii medicine co. lynh mass. OonWr f sttss Caughtt 11 m Use Task health au thiitH a a had a Warning! Don't buy Aspirin in t pill box! Get Bayer packaffti Never ask for just Aspirin Tablets! Always say, "Give me a package of ' Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. ' * Insist that every Aspirin Tablet you take must coma in the regular BayCr package and the " Beyer 00—* * must appear on this package and on each tablet. Bayer-Tablets of Aspirin Colds Grippe Influenzal* Colds Stiff Neck Joint Pains Neuritis For Pain Headache Neuralgia Toothache Earache Rheumatism Lumbago Adults—Tike one or two " Diver Tablets of water. If necessary, repeat dose three times a (lay, after meals. Proved Safe by Millions! American Owned! Hozee of It tablets— Motile« at 14—Bottles at 10O— Also t »n*uW Aislrfs Is the Irsds «ark «I Itsjrvr Msmsfsdu»» «t MMeezetlmildartn st Muludi A ©AYEC® Aspirin'* vttk Friendly Chatter. I to I make my»* If i-isfu? Nell—Ah. nature ear «I you tfesl trouble. They Still Exist. ■The poare nt-any prlre man doesn't exist any inure.'' "Doesn't, eh? IHm't the married men count at all?" Bad Indigestion, Gas m m _ Hj N ffk IMI ÉPM JW I 11 I ■d ial #1 1 GGIIVl ■ ■ will a re re ^mm _ ■ _M —_— _ H— BA w V|l|llQfl|i ACIuOIOmdCn An artd-etnmarh rannet dlgeat food properly. Inetrad, the final enure and ferments end. passing Inn, the Intea tinea, becomes a breeding piece for countless millions of deadly germs toxic poisons they are called. These pot son* are absorbed Into the system and cause untold misery. Ho. you see, It la Just acid stomach, nothing else— that makes so many people wrak, list leas sod unfit; aapa their strength and energy; robs them of Ihelr vigor and vitality. Blllousnoaa. bail liver nerv ommeas. blinding, splitting headaches, rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica these »nd many other still more arrlous all nM>nU of|rn „ rB |n|r , Mj to lh# ^ W i„rce—an arid-atnmarh. Take KATONIC and get rid quickly „y the pains of Indigestion, heartburn, that horrible, lumpy, bloated feeling after eating; disgusting, belching, food repeating; sour, g»«*y atomarh. Tbeee «tonisch inlaertee are caused by what doctor« call "Hyperacidity." It's Just Af'ID MToMAf'il. And In ad (tutori to the pains and miseries it r,,,,**. ACID MTOMAf'll I« tli* start er of a long train of alimenta that moat people never dreamed are In T T o A D K A FOR YOU R A CID-STOMACH ) V E any way r«mn«-rt*d with the etomaeR. Pleasant tasting KATON10 TAB LETS that you eat like a bit of rendy, qtilekly puf en end to your etumaeb troubles. They act ae an absorbent— literally wipe up fh« excess hurtful arid snd make the stomach pure, sweet and strong. Help digestion that you get atl the power and energy from your food. You cannot be well without III If you are one of thooe who hare 'Tried everylhlng" but In eplte of It still suffer all hlnda of arid etotsarfc miseries If yon lark phyrtml and mental strength and vigor—begin si 0 „ r# ,, k „ r.ATONK' Oct beck your phyalral and mental punch and enloy the good things of life. Like thoijaand* of others you will My yam never dreamed that such amazingly quick relief and such a remarkable improvement In your general health vn possible, Your druggist haa KATONIC. We authorize him to guarantee It te glee yon Instant relief or refund your money. Get a hlg hot of KATONIO today, It roots hut Itttlo and the te «tilts are woederful !