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TICT MBRRYBBURO JOURNAL
When a cold hangs on as often hnp
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
over ono cold beforo you contract an
other, look out for you arc liable to
contract some very serious disease.
This succession of colds weakens the
system and lowers the vitality so thnt
you are much moro liable to contract
chronic catarrh, pneumonia or con
sumption. Cure your cold while you
can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has a great reputation. It is relied
upon by thousands of people and never
disappoints them. Try it. It only
costs a quarter. Obtainable every
where. Would Seem Probable.
"Last Friday I lunched on ono of
our battleships." "Didn't you find It
rather hard to digest?" Boston Tran-script.
Pine-Tar Relieves a Cold.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey contains
all the soothing elements of the pine
forest. It heals the irritated jncm
brane, and by its antiseptic properties
loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier,
and what promised to be a severe cold
has been broken up. For that stuffed
up feeling, tight chest or sore throat
take a dose of Dr. Boll's Pine-Tar-Honey
and prevent a wearing hacking
cough dragging through the winter.
At your Druggist 2Gc.
Too Busy Otherwise.
Uncle "And what does your young
man do for a living?" Niece "Why,
uncle, you can't expect Jack to do
anything for a lhlng while we're en
gaged." Boston Transcript.
Rheumatism Follows Exposure.
In the rain all day is generally fol
lowed by painful twinges of rheuma
tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment
will give you quick relief and prevent
the twinges from becoming torture.
Jt quickly penetrates without rubbing
and soothes the sore and aching joints.
For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that
ache and throb from overwork, Sloan's
Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises,
sprains, strains and other minor in
juries to children arc quickly soothed
by Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle to-1
day at your Druggists, 25c.
Opal Feels Climatic Changes. I
The opal Is a stone "with a temper." ,
Tho diamond rises superior to elliimtc, I
nB does the ruby, the emerald and the
sapphire, but the opal Is of such dell- '
cato organization that, when exposed i
to severe cold, It loses color, and under
the lnfluenco of excessive moisture he
comes dull. It Is n curious fuct, how-1
ever, Unit the temperature of one's I
hand will cause It to resume its wont-1
cd fire and brilliancy, as will also he
tho case when it is exposed to the dl
. rcct rays of Uie sun.
GOULD NOT WALK
And For Four Years, Could No!
Stand Without Support.
Chillicothe, Ohio "Nothing pleases
me moro than to speak a word of
praise for Cardui, tho woman's tonic,"
Bays Mrs. Ed Davis, of this town,
"for I firmly believe that It snatched
mo from tho grave.
I have been married 14 years, and
had two children. Alter tho youngest
waB horn, I was not ablo to walk, and
for four years, I wa3 not strong enough
to stand on my feet five minutes at
tho time, without something to support
Nothing seemed to do mo any good,
until, finally, I commenced using
Cardui, tho woman's tonic. I only used
about four bottles, but, today I am
well, can do my work, and walk as far
as I want to.
I can never praiso Cardui enough,
and my neighbors cannot get done
wondering at tho change in me."
You, too, can depend on Cardui, be
cause Cardui is a gentle, harmless,
vegetable tonic, that can do you noth
ing but good.
Prepared from vegetable herbs, Car
dui has a specific effect on the woman
ly constitution, and puts strength
Where it is needed.
.Try Card-u-1. NCB 9
Didn't Believe It
Tnlk about fishing," said Harvey
Titus, who was just getting under
way, "what would you do if you found
on your hook a 750-pound horse mack
erel?" "Do?" said tho listener. "I'd
get up, take a drink of water and lie
on my right side for a while." Now
FmO YOU KNOW that
Jf permanently cured so that you can eat any
kind of food that you crave? It has been done
not only once, but in almost every case yhen Cham
berlain's Tablets are used. An instance : Mr. J.
Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over
$2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma
nently cured by these tablets.
Continued from First Pago.
Miss Lulu llollenbeck, superin
Senior Christian Endeavor
meeting nt (jiIIO. Topic, "The
Grace of Gratitude." Psa. 107:1-
4'3. Leaders, Misses "Wiliim Parks,
Dorothy Craig. A meeting of un
usual interest is assured.
Union temperance meeting at
tlie M. E. church Thursday eve
ning at 7:110. A prominent state
leader will speak. Everybody
urged to come. You will be well
prepaid. This is certain from all
wo have heard.
Keep in mind the Ladies' Aid
Bazaar, which will bo given Fri
day, December 8th. The usual
splendid supper at 'J3 cents will
be nn attractive feature. Plan to
Many ills come from impure blood.
Can't have pure blood with faulty di
gestion, lazy liver and sluggish bowels.
Burdock Blood Bitters is recommended
for strengthening stomach bowels and
liver and purifying the blood.
Continued from First Page.
take him long to recover from his
disappointment. The next day
the same scheme would be worked
again, and also the next. As be
fore stated the little chap's mem
ory Mas poor he could only tell
that .some naughty boy had taken
his big copper away from him,
but he did not know who it was.
However, when that bucketful of
candy was mentioned lie seemed
eager to try tor it again. .Ju,t bow
many times we secured a .supply
of the "rusty coats'' and robbed
poor Tommy lias passed from my
memory, but the reader can rest
assured that we worked the
scheme for all it was worth while
it lasted, .sometimes twice- in one
day. And at that time none of
our "gang"' had ever heard of the
famous, or rather infamous, Frank
or Jesse James, or Bob or Cole
Younger. Ami to think that all of
our plotting and planning to rob
little Tommy took place within
the .shadows of the spire of the
good old Methodist church where
all of us boys, had to attend Sab
bath school every Sunday morn
ing. Bui all good things finally
come to an end. In an evil mo
ment two of our gang tried the
d. j tumw r
worth of food ind property CTery yen. Kill nr
its nd mice and nop ymr Ion with
It U life la ik, Deadlr to
rats but harmless to
human beings. Riu umplr
drj- op. No odor whatever.
huidic Dooun in eacb can.
How to Destroy Rata."
25c SHi. bJ at nn
H V .WW.
In Seed. Hardwire, Draf
Is to be dreaded. It lends to 9oriou
ailment, Ferer, Indigestion, 1'ilcs.
Sick Headache, Poisoned System and
a icons of othor troubles follow.
Don't let Constipation last.
Keep your Kidneys, Liver ond Bowels
healthy and active Kid your system
of fermented, (tasty foods.
Nothing better than
All Ijrurliticra 2S rrnli
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
' Daily Thought.
"Why tell me that a man is a fine
speaker if. It is not tlie truth that lie
is speaking? If an eloquent speaker
is not .speaking tlie truth, is there a
more horrid kind of object in crea
indigestion can be cured.
$795 'fJa $795
Model 85-4 f.o.b. Toledo JnW Model 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo
More power 35 horsepower motor.
More room 112-inch wheelbase.
Greater comfort long,, 48-inch cantilever
rear springs and 4-inch tires.
Greater convenience electrical control but
tons on steering column.
Bigger, safer brakes service, 13x2t; emer
Better cooling you never heard of an Over
land motor overheating.
highwayman aet on poor little
Tommy just as two ladies of the
neighborhood, who knew all of us
hoys very wi 11. were passing the
big elm tree, and little Tommy
,told them his tale of woe. Eesiilt :
(The parents of all the members of
'our little robber band were soon
made acquainted with the meth
ods by which we had come into
posses-sion of that choice and
luscious, but forbidden fruit. Re
sult No. 2: "Within a very few
days there were performances in
a number of woodshed.s in our
neighborhood in which the pater
familias, tlie culprit, and a large
leather strap, took the leading
These Tremendous Advantages-
FRANK LOOMIS, Dealer,
parts. were gentl but linn- Tommy is still in the land of the
ly placed across tlie km es of our Ihing and will send me his ad
dear old dads, and the strap up- dress. 1 will forward him enough
plied in a masterful and vigorous new "Lincoln pennies" to cover
fashion. Did we feel the punish- the numerous times we robbed
incut? "Well, those who heard us him of the big copper,
certainly thought we did. And No, gentle reader, none of our
thus did the glorious career of little gang grow up to he real,
our glorious little band of embryo sure-enough highwaymen, train
highwaymen come to an abrupt robbers, second story worker, or
and inglorious end. Just which anything of that "sort, as our
one of our little band obtained the career a.s amateurs was brought
big copper the last time I e.innot to a sudden close by such a rude
now recall, but am- positive the jolt. To the best of mv knowl
writer was not the guilty one. Bui edge and belief they all' grew up
he had it several times, just the to be respectable and respected
same, before our career was so citizens, and some of them are
suddenly cut short. However, if earning their bread by the sweat
Have- Kmtf George
and Hindenburg, Joffre and Haig; have all the other fighters, too. But
all the world's best fighters are not in the European war not by a long shot!
Some are in the country fighting for better times on the farm for bet
ter living conditions in town for better roads from farm to town.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer will bring the daily doings of all these
world's greatest fighters at home and abroad to your breakfast table every
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you just say the.word.
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resentatives ijnJNcw York, in Washington,
in Columbus in fact, wherever we can
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Besides the actual news printed there
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Stock reports by Parr who tells you
No mail orders accepted from localities where we maintain 'delivery agents.
These are tremendous advantages over any
thing to be had in other cars that sell for
anywhere near as low a price.
And they make it hard for us to keep up with
The factory has never yet caught up with the
You oughtto own one of these cars nothing
else so big and fine for the money.
Come in and order yours now.
PHONE Garage, Black 139
Residence, Red 228
Company, Toledo, Ohio
when, where and how to sell farm produce
to best advantage. , .
Cartoons by Donahey the man who has
swayed thousands by one stroke of his pen.
Temple's "Sketches From Life" drawings
full of heart interest, that appeal to every
one. And the woman's page a big feature
that women never fail to enjoy. And stirring
editorials so masterfully written that they
arc copied far and near.
These, then, are but a few of the reasons
why you will enjoy reading The Plain
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the same news at practically the same time
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ting theirs otherwise. None of us
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stock exchange, where we could
sell mining shares, etc., to separate
the unsuspecting public from its
money. .1 i '. H.
November 20, 191C.
Sufferer from Indigestion Relieved.
"Before taking Chamberlain's Tab
lets my husband suffered for several
years from indigestion, causing him to
have pains in the stomach and distress
after eating. Chamberlain's Tablets
relieved him of these spells right
away," writes Mrs. Thomas Casey,
Geneva, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere.