Knees Became Stiff
Five Years of Severe Rheumatism
Th» cur» of Henry J. Goldstein, H
Barton Street. Boston. Mass.. Is anoth
er victory by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
This Croat medicine has succeeded In
many cases wher» others have utterly
ferod from rheumatism five years, It
kept me from business and caused
eruclatlng pain. My knees would be
come as stiff as steel. I tried many
medicines without relief, then took
Hood's Sarsaparilla, soon felt much
petter, and now consider myself en
tirely cured. I recommend Hood's."
Get it today in nsutil liquid form
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
Goldstein says: "I suf
ENLIST AID OF CHURCHES
Powerful Weapon Brought to Bear In
the Fight Against Tuber
Just how serious a problem tubercu
losis Is to the average church, and In
Just what ways pastors are called up
on to minister to those suffering from
this disease, Is the subject of an In
vestigation which the national
elation for the study and prevention
of tuberculosis Is conducting In con
nection with Its plans for tuberculo
sis day on April 30. Statistics are
being gathered from thousands of
ministers regarding this subject, and
among other figures the number of
deaths last year from tuberculosis In
tho church congregation will be given,
It Is planned to place these statistics
together with other educational ma
terlal, In the hands of every minister
In the country for his use In connec
tlon with Tuberculosis day. Millions
of circulars and pamphlets on the pre
ventlon of tuberculosis will also be
Issued, both from the national office
and from the headquarters of the 450
antl-tuberculosls associations who will
co-operate In the movement.
Painted While Asleep.
It Is the craze of the prqtty ladles
of the Tlergartenstrasse's plutocrat
society to be painted while asleep,
writes a Berlin correspondent.
Austrian Countess Czlvek started the
bright Idea The well-known portrait
ist who had given her an appointment
for the sitting has the vicious habit
of making you wait. Tired of turning
over French novels In an antecham
ber, the beautiful countess feil asleep,
At last the procrastinating artist turn
Entranced by the unexpected vision -
of sleeping beauty he threw off a
lightning sketch and as the countess
<• awoke held It before her astonished
eyes. The drawing was so dainty and
seductive that th^ delighted sitter In
slsted upon a complete oil portrait
painted while she simulated sleep.
Laura Jean Llbbey, discussing ln
"I talk In my monologue about love,
marriage and the other Interests of
Brooklyn her appearance on
the heart On these subjects women
especially young women, are strangely
^ "They really make me think, you
Know, of the little girl who was asked
by her teacher:
11 'What can you tell us of
" 'Solomon,' replied the little girl,
'was very fond of animals.'
" 'And how, my dear,' said the
teacher, 'do you make that out?'
" 'Because,' answered the little
girl, the Bible Bays he had 500 porcu
P lnes '
Was Taking No Chances.
An amusing Incident occurred a few
days ago outside Maranz, Austria.
A cow strayed from the pasturage and
came within reach of the fort. The
officer In command suspected the pres
ence of an automatic photographic ap
paratus, and had the beast seized and
closely examined and when he found
nothing to justify his suspicions he
turned the animal lose again, under
the observation of two of his men,
^charged with the duty of following the
suspected home to ascertain whether
her owner was an Italian spy.
In all its forms among all ages of horses,
•a well a« dogs, cured and others in sain«
•table prevented from having the disease
Every bottle guaranteed. Over 600,000
bottles sold last year $.50 and $1.00. Any
good druggist, or send to manufacturers.
Agents wanted. Spohn Medical Co., Spec.
Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind.
'8 DISTEMPER CURE.
Where Every Ear Is Stretched.
Knicker —They say listening Is a
Bocker—Ever live In a flat with a
• The greatest cause of worry on
Ironing day can be removed by using
Defiance Starch, which will not stick
to the iron. Sold everywhere, 16 oz.
Any New Methods
"Ain't It strange th' way Kelly beats
How does he do it?"
No man ever kifows how much he
misses when he loses a chance of giv
Is Your Health
That's what ft costa to get a—week'a
treatment—of CASCARETS. They
do more for you than any medicine
on Earth. Sickneaa generally shows
and starts first in the Bowels and
Liver; CASCARETS cure these ills.
It'» ao easy to try—why not start to
night and nave help in the morning?
CASCARETS soc a boa for a week's DM
treatment, all druggist». Biggest
In the world. Million boxes a n
AEROPLANE IN BATTLE
SOME DIFFICULTIES APPARENTLY
IMPOSSIBLE TO OVERCOME.
Enthualasta Do Not Differentiate Be
tween the Wonder of the Inven
tion and the Limitations of
Those who regard the aeroplanes as
Invaluable In warfare, far beyond Its
possibilities, are led to their conclu
sions by two errors: first, they do not
differentiate between the wonder of
the invention, per se. and the limita
tion of Its application. Second, that
this conquest of the heavens has noth
ing to do with the subjugation of man
It has not Invented Into him new fac- I
ultles; and yet It Is man and not j
machines we have to deal with. While j
It has given new means of military ob- '
servation, It does not follow that these \
observations will be more Intelligible I
nor hts deductions- more reliable nor
his judgment and genius, his valor j
snd endurance, superior to what It
! had been before.
j The unreliable and diverse opinions
of scouts on things that they have
been In actual contact with Is a well
known military phenomenon, and
one that Is perfectly natural, since
there are no two men whose per
! ceptive faculties are identical. A good j
scout Is one of the rarest elements
| In an army, for he Is good only be
cause he has lived In an environment
1 and followed a vocation that develops
! the faculties of observation and ren
derB them accurate. An aerial scout,
on the other hand, rarely shoots for
i ward out of a vocation that has noth- 1
ing to do with those elements that \
would give reliability to his reports j
even though he were Inspecting, on I
the ground Itself, all things from an
entirely different point of view, and
there Is but one single thing that
he could make a report on that would
be worthy of consideration, and that
is the actual movement of a body of
troops on an open terrene,
report as to the strength, its destlna
tion or rate of movement, could be ae
cepted by no commander, and practlc
ally all the rest of his Information
would be erroneous,
I of Ice.
• angle or height of declivities. Looking
' down from the perpendicular
| these he could have no means of
Peering down from a great height
It would be Impossible for him to de
termine the depth of stream, then oCt
tom or their currents or the thickness
He could not ascertain the
determining whether or not they be
longed to a deep gorge or a shallow
1 ravine. He could not ascertain the
I location of fords and whether in ad
i joining thickets they were defended
by bodies of troops or by wired en
j tanglements in the ford itself. It would
be impossible for him, looking down
upon woods, villages and forests to
ascertain whether or not they con
tained troops, and If troops what kind
j of troops or the number.
; appear to him to be a gap In the
enemy's lines might In all probability
! be their strongest position.—Gen.
Homer Lea, In Harper's Weekly.
So Mad She Forqot Her Change.
The stamp vending machines Install
ed In many stores and shops about the
. city are not favored by a woman who
hurrled lnto a drug Btore i n Massa
j chusetts avenue several days ago,
j where there fs a branch post office.
"How do you sell your two-cent
' stamps?" she Inquired, Indignantly.
"Two cents apiece," replied Bas
"Well, that's all right," she replied,
| whUe she ds hed in her purse for a
Î visited after stamps,
j othpr p i aces they had those slot ma
(^ineg where you have to spend a
n j c hel for two two-cent stamps,
rna( j e up m y mind not to he held up
[f j had to walk all over the city. Give
"This is the fifth place I have
At all the
me two stamps."
The woman laid down a dime and
hurried out with two two-cent stamps,
leaving four cents in change lying on
She did not return.—
Tobacco for tho Sailor Man.
Uncle Sam admits that the most Im
portant thing In the life of his sailor
men is their tobacco. All other sup
plies are bought, as Uncle Sam thinks
they ought to he bought, and the low
bidder under the specifications
gets the contract. But the sailor men
choose their own plug tobacco, and
that's what Is bought, and by the ton,
and put in the commissary for them.
The board of officers sitting on the job
take ail the plugs that manufacturers
submit to them, cut them up Into bits,
distribute them around among the
and then take a vote on it by
getting all the opinions properly eins
kick about the tobacco because they
did It themselves.—New York Press.
Then the sailor men can't
Bobby'» Good Time.
Bobby has just returned from his
first Christmas party and mamma, who
has a visitor, is very proud.
"Well, Bobby, did you have a good
time?'' asks mamma.
"Uh. huh," mutters Bobby.
"And now tell mamma and her friend
what you did at the party?"
"Frowed up."—Ladles' Home Joui~
A Good Reason.
"Why in the world did he ever mar
ry a female contortionist?"
"I gueas he had an Idea that it
wouldn't be necessary for him to hook
h*r up the back."
Every Picture Tells a Story
«Qi»,' m 'll!
. »II !
or THÇ GENUINE MCMtt SUGMTI.Y RtDUCEO
BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS
Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills. r
woman who has a had back. The distress begins in early morning.
It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tie your shoes. All day the ache keeps up. Any sudden
movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop and straighten. At night the suf
ferer retires to toss and twist and grown. Backache is kidney ache—a throbbing, dull aching in the kid
neys. Plasters or liniments won't do. You must get at the cause, inside.
There's no rest or peace for the man or
You feel lame and not refreshed.
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS
How To Tell When The Kid
neys Are Disordered-
GIVEN UP TO DIE.
A CASE OF GRAVEL.
Mrs. M. A. Jenkins, Quanah,
Tex., says: "I was bloated al
most twice my natural size. I
had the best phy
sicians, but they
failed to help mo.
For five weeks I
was as helpless
as a baby. My
and the kidney
In terrible con
dition. The doc
tors held out no hope and I was
resigned to my fate. At this criti
cal time, I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills and soon was cured."
Harrison A. Sturtevant, G and
Maple Sts., Tu'.ure, Cal., says: "I
was in bad shape with kidney
trouble. Too fre
q u e n t urination
compelled mo to
arise at night, my
bladder became In
flamed and I suf
fered severe pain.
When I began g
Painful Symptoms: Backache, sideache, pains
when stooping or lifting, sudden sharp twin
ges, rheumatic pains, neuralgia, painful,
scanty or too frequent urination, dizzy spells,
that stains the linen. Painful passages. Blood
or shreds in the urine- Let a bottle of the
morning urine stand for24,Uours. If it shows
a cloudy or fleecy settling, or a layer of fine
grains, like brick dust, the kidneys are proba
Discolored or cloudy
Urine that contains sediment. Urine
quai L^is o iM
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IS THE MIN IS THCee
*U*«CT VOUN KI0WXY3
•usner voue kidneys
"Mummy, darling, will you tell me
"Well, what Is It, dear?"
"After I've finished school,
6hall I do whilst I'm waiting to be
James M. Beck, the famous corpora
tion lawyer of New York, Is a native
of Philadelphia, and to Philadelphia
he often returns to see his old
Mr. Beck, at a recent banquet In
Philadelphia, defended corporations
with an epigram.
"The trust buster and the Socialist
may do what they please," he said,
"but mankind will still be divided Into
two great classes—those who walk to
get an appetite for their dinner, and
those who walk to get a dinner for
"A burlesque," said the occasional
theater goer, "Is a sort of take-off,
"It Is," replied Miss Cayenne, "If
you judge it by the costuming.''
Diphtheria, Quinsy and Tonsilitis begi
with sore throat. How much better to
cure a sore throat in a day or two than to
be in bed for weeks with Diphtheria.
Just keep Hamlins Wizard Oil in the
Praise is encouraging; it brings out
the best that Is In a man and inspires
him to do his duty cheerfully and
WHY suffer with eve troubles, quick re
lief by using PETTlt'S EYE SALVE, 25c.
All druggist* or Howard Bro«.,Ruffa]o,N.Y.
If you fear to soil your bands in
helpfulness you may be sure you are
defiling your heart.
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
•thin?, softer»* the (rums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allay* palu, curea wind colic, 26c a bottlo.
There is to moral health without
A Corner In Candles.
As an example of trusts and monop
olies prevalent even In that early day
It may be mentioned that In 1750
Benjamin Crabb obtained the exclus
ive right to make sperm candles
Massachusetts for 14 years.
A year later, however, a factory was
started in Providence, R. L, and with
in the decade there were eight fac
tories In New England and
Philadelphia. Their output greatly
duced the price of candles, which
long before sold for five shillings
pound. In those days $1.25 was worth
fully three times as much as It Is now.
—From the Designer.
To Economize Space,
"But why Is It that you always
toast with each slice stood
"Oh, I just got Into the habit; you
know we lived In a flat when we were
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy
infants and children, and see that
Bears the .y 1
In Use For Over 80 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
The wealth of a man Is tïie number
of things which he loves and blesses,
which he Is loved and blessed by.—
PILES CURED IX O TO 14 DAYS
TonrdrutfKlst will niund money If PA ZU OÏNT
VI hi NT fails to euro anv cas«» of Itching, Blind
Bleeding or Protruding Pile« iutito 14da>». 6Uc.
I had ra thermie kissed by an enemy
than wounded by a friend who enjoy
ed the job.
ed the job. makes laundry work a pleasure, leoz. pk*
When You Think
Of the pain which many women experience with every
month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associ*
ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle.
W hile in general no woman rebels against what she re
gards as a natural necessity there is
not gladly he free from this recurring period of pain.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes
weak women strong and sick
well, and Hives them freedom from pain.
It establishes regularity, subdues Inflam*
motion, heals ulceration and cures fe
woman who would
Sick women *re invited to oonsult us by letter, fret»
All correspondence strictly private and sacredly con
fidentiel. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med*
leal Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
If you want • book that tells all about woman'» diseases, and how to euro
them at home, send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing
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__ W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 6-19t1.
P ÜtNAM F ADELESS DY ES
To Arrange Flowers.
Here are five golden rules which
should be observed by those who often
arrange flowers. Use plenty of foliage.
Put your flowers In very lightly. Use
artistic glasses. Do not put more than
two or, at the most, three different
kinds of flowers in one decoration.
Arrange your colors to form a bold
contrast or, better still, a soft har
mony. The aim of the decorator should
be to show off the flowers—not the
vases that contain them; therefore the
simpler ones are far preferable to
even the most elaborate. Glasses for
a dinner table should be either white,
a delicate shade of green, or rose col
or, according to the flowers arranged
Be a live wire, but don't burn your
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