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Helples s as a Baby
Bent Like an Old Man and
Suffered Terribly—Quickly
Cured by Doan's.
Jm. Bleumke, Jr., 2553 Courtland
8t, Chicago, 111., says: "I was
down with my back suffering from
lumbago. I walked like an old man,
all bent ever. My back pained
terribly and when I
moved my arms my
back hurt I finally
W j**V j had to go to bed and
ni»- f just felt sick all over
and was helpless as a
baby. My kidneys aet
WhMPw ed too frequently, the
vf*" secretions were scanty
Hr. BInbAs and highly colored. I
had terrible pains In the back of my
head and I felt drowsy all the time.
I flnaHar used Doan's Kidney Pills
and soon felt one hundred per cent
better. When I finished the one
box I was entirely cured. The
pains left my back and head and
my kidneys acted normally. I am
glad to recommend Doan's to other
kidney sufferers."
G«t Doan's at Any Stor*. 60e » Bos
KIDNEY
PILLS
FOSTER-M1LBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
DOAN'S
Mary*« Wish.
- is an enthusiastic work
Mrs. M
er in the United States food clubs.
She has been using the substitutes
and, to make her bread more palatable,
she recently bought a bread stick pan,
as corn bread baked In these pans
has more crust,
came «n the dinner table In the eve
ning the little four-year-old Mary ex
claimed: "Oh, mamma, I want one of
your food clubs quick."
When the bread

Cold la the Head"
I« an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per
son« who are subject to frequent ''cold«
In the head" will And that the use of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them less liable to colds.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
lead to Chronic Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
All Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
$100.00 for any case of catarrh that
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not
cure.
F. J. Cheney A Go.. Toledo. Ohio.
It's awfully hard on some men's
«yes when they look for perfection in
themselves.
Japan is buying army horses in Ver
mont.
ASTHMA
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fôTHMADOR
OR HONEY REFUNDED ASK ANY 0RUGCIST
Small Pill
Small Dose
Small Price
Carters
KITTLE
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FOR
CONSTIPATION
have stood the test of time.
Purely vegetable. Wonderfully
quick to banish biliousness,
headache, indigestion and to
clear up a bad complexion.
Genuine beers signature
PALE FACES
Generally Indicate a lack
of Iron In the Blood
Carter's Iron Pills
Will help this condition
f 1 Every W oman W anta^
ANTISEPTIC POWDER
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolve«} in water for douches stop«
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam*
_itifMs. Recommend ed by Lydia E.
Pinkhaxn Med. Co, for ten y ears
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
sore throat and sore eyes. EconomicaL
sod ccisiicide) pojwr.
mssias « portryd tv
cipKay. Benton, Mm. A
DORT KILL YOUR CATTLE
BY DRENCHING
8&lts and oil are DANGEROUS.
Few cattle die of constipation; many of
PARALYSIS of the bowels. Give
LAXOTONIC
MT~ ' dry on the tontine. Positively
• • * pi events »nd overcomes both.
Excellent lor loss of appetite.
AT OUR DEALERS
or Postpaid 50 Cents.
Send for price Hat of medicines.
Consult DR. DAVID ROBERTS
«bout «11 »nimal ailments.
Information free. Get a FI€E copy of 'Tiw Cattl»
tHcttst" with full information on ikerlns la Coat
m. a«™ Mentis m. ce, im e™* *«., wautetha, «„
A Bad Cough
If ac|itetcd, often leads to serious trouble.
Safeguard your health, relieve your distress
and soothe your Irritated throat by taking;
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MARKETING BY PARCEL POST
Plan Outlined by Department of Agri
culture for Building Up Trade
and How to Keep It.
(Prepared by the United State« Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Parcel post as a means of transpor
tation has been found by commercial
houses to be useful and efllcient. There
Is no reason why farmers cannot make
extensive use of It under certain condi
tions If they will. It has been found
that one of the chief factors In pre
venting the satisfactory development
of parcel post marketing has been the
price asked by some farmers for prod
uce. To Illustrate: One farmer's wife
was receiving 20 cents a pound for but
ter In her local' market, a country
store. When asked if she would be
willing to ship It to a city by parcel
post, and at what price, she replied
that she would do so at 50 cents a
pound. Would-be purchasers frequent
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a lower price than they can obtain in
their local markets. It is needless to
say that such imperfect and erroneous
ideas as to proper and equitable prices
altogether defeated the possibility of
marketing produce by parcel post.
Business in marketing by parcel post
can be secured and held only by ship
ping produce of high quality and by
charging reasonable prices.
The larger the quantity, within the
postal limits, that Is shipped at any
one time, the more economical is the
factor of postage and therefore the
more attractive from the viewpoint of
cost both to the producer and to the
consumer. This applies both to ship
ments and the return of empty con
tainers. It would not be economical to
secure half a dozen different kinds of
vegetables from as many different pro
ducers, but if a supply of half a dozen
kinds of vegetables, or vegetables and
fruits, could be obtained in one parcel
from one producer it would be both
advantageous and attractive.
Anot bir Advantage to the producer
in parcel post marketing is that his
mail box or local post office becomes
his shipping station. This relieves him
from any extra trip in order to make
shipment, as the rural mail carrier
takes the shipment from the mail box
or some member of the farmer's fam
ily deposits It at the post office when
going to call for the mail.
Many farmers often have a small
surplus of produce, not needed for
home consumption, which could be
marketed if some ready means of get
ting it to a consumer were available.
The parcel post supplies this medium.
There are also many supplemental or
side lines of production which could
be developed for the same purpose.
Mutual confidence and helpfulness
are needed in order to succeed; co-op
eration in needed. Consumers are in
terested lu buying by parcel post only
when they can secure more satisfac
tory produce, some advantage in price,
or both. The producer will not be in
terested in marketing by parcel post
unless It means some additional net
return to him. A high quality of prod
uce, well prepared, carefully and at
tractively packed, and forwarded so as
to reach its destination at the time de
sired will go a long way toward the es
tablishment and continuance of busi
ness. Ordinary or inferior produce will
not only lose a customer but hinder the
gaining of others. The producer must
aim to give satisfaction by supplying
his customers, as nearly as possible,
with produce which meets their indi
vidual desires. The consumer must
also aim to give satisfaction by proper
ly caring for and returning containers,
making prompt remittances as agreed
upon and by doing his part in all
phases of the transaction. In other
words, a square deal is needed.
DAIRY COW FOOD CONSERVER
One Greet Law la to Turn Inedible
Feeds Into Food In Cheap
est Manner Poaaible.
«Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Two facts stand out prominently s»
reasons for the increased production
The first is that
and use of milk,
milk as purchased on the market
usually supplies food material togeth
er with the growth-producing meat or
eggs. The second reason is that the
dairy cow Is the most economical pro
ducer of animal food. One great law
of food conservation Is to turn In
edible feeds Into edible foods in the
cheapest possible manner. The dairy
cow will utilize coarse materials. In
edible to humans—such as grass, corn
stalks, hay, etc.—and will turn them
into milk. Other farm animals also
are converters of coarse roughage lute
edible foods but are not so efficient ai
'he dairy cow.
THE MERIDIAN TIMES.
AMERICAN SAILORS
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BY SUBMARINE WHICH SUNK
THE TICONDEROGA.
All But Twenty of the 250 Men on
Board Believed to Have Perished
When Ship Is Torpedoed 1700
Mile« Off Atlantic Coast.
An Atlantic Port.—Scores of Ameri
can suil#s were killed or wounded by
shrapnel fired by a German submarine
after it had torpedoed the steamship
Ticonderoga, 1700 miles off the At
lantic const, according to the story told
by twenty survivors who arrived here
Thursday aboard a British freighter.
There were 250 men aboard tlie Ti
conderogu, an American steamship of
5130 tons, and all but the twenty who
arrived here are believed to have per
ished. The survivors got away in the
only boat which was not demolished
by the shellfire from Hie submarine,
they said. Seventeen of tlie men who
reached port were members of a de
tachment of soldiers detailed to care
for horses which were being trans
ported.
Tiie Ticonderoga was attacked, pre
sumably on October 2, when she fell
behind her convoy because of engine
troulile.
According to the story of the surviv
ors, the submarine was not sighted un
til she has sent a torpedo crashing into
the side of the ship. The torpedo did
not strike a vital sisit, however, and
the captain crowded on full steam in
un effort to escape, at the same time
ordering tlie gun crews into action
against the submarine, which appeared
about a mile off.
"Our gun crews did not fire more
thun five or six shots," one of the sur
vivors said. "Tlie forward gun was
shot away almost at once. Tlie after
gun and its crew were done for almost
us quickly. Then tlie men went into
the bouts, but it was no use, as tlie
flying shrapnel was spraying tlie
decks, and men fell in scores, either
killed or badly wounded."
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THRONGS APPLAUD PRESIDENT.
Receives Ovation When He Marches
in Liberty Parade.
New York.—President WHson, com
mander-in-chief of tlie American army
and navy, marched at tlie head of tlie
American forces in tlie Columbus-Lib
erty day parade on Saturday, one of
tlie most Impressive and Inspiring
spectacles New York lias ever seen.
Under a canopy formed by the flags
of the twenty-two nations arrayed
against autocracy and with squadrons
<>f American airplanes hovering over
head, the president strode with 25.000
fighting men from five continents and
islands in every sen over the entire
three-mile line of mardi along file
"Avenue of the Allies." Then, at tlie
foot of Fifth avenue, beside the Wash
ington arch, he took his place in an
automobile and reviewed the long
column.
In according Mr. Wilson what prob
ably was the greatest ovation a presi
dent of tlie United States bad ever
received, men threw tlieir bats Into
the air and yelled themselves hoarse,
while babies were hoisted on tlieir
fathers' shoulders that they might
teil, in the years hence, of tlie day
they saw the president march.
COL GEORGE M. DUNN
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Col. George M. Dunn, one of the
"Rough Rider»" In the Spanish-Amerl
can war, ha« been made judge advo
cate of the Department of the North
east, succeeding MaJ. Philip H. Stoll.
Colonel dunn entered the army In
1898 after graduating from Washing
ton university the same year.

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Hun Ace Slain.
Lieutenant Loewen
New York,
hurdt, foremost German aviator after
the death of Baron Riehhofen, has
been killed, after having scored 58
victories In the air, says a Breslau
dispatch.
Memorial for American Heroes.
London.—A permanent memorial to
the members of the American forces
who have given tlieir lives In the war
will be erected in the Winchester
•athedral, accord'ng to an announce
nent made Saturday.
IN THE GEM STATE
To make pillows for the soldiers,
the Junior Red Cross is sending out
a plea for unused feather beds.
At the round-up at Blaekfoot last
week an Indian was thrown from a
bucking horse In one of the contests
and severely injured, but will recover.
The state board of education has
revoked the license of a teacher who
failed to complete her term of school
as agreed in a contract with the em
ploying board.
The ltev. Harry S. Hamilton of the
First Methodist church at. Pocatello
left last week for training at Camp
Zachary Taylor, for a commission us
an army chaplain.
George Gooch met with a serious ac
cident while working in the city gravel
pit at Preston. The gravel caved in,
partly burying him and breaking his
leg near the thigh.
Another call for men has been re
ceived by the adjutant general's of
fice for Idaho, and 271 men will en
train for Camp ltosecruns, Cal., be
tween October 21 and 2(1.
The monthly report' of the Star
schools for September showed that
only five pupils were without Thrift
or War Savings stamps and that
stamps to the average of $12.60 per
pupil were held.
Through a deal recently closed, E.
N. Wood received $7250 for the crop
of alfalfa grown on his 80-acre ranch
near Nampa. This equals over $80
an acre, which is not unusual, but in
dicates the progress made by farm
ers in that section.
Ray Averill, aged 15, was accident
ally killed near Weiser. The lad was
returning from a hunting trip with his
two brothers, when a double-barreled
shotgun, which one of the boys was
carrying over his shoulder, was acci
dentally discharged.
Drastic closing regulations have
been passed by the state board of
health, owing to the Spanish influenza
epidemic. Theatres, churches and all
public meetings are put under the bun,
but the public and private schools
have not been closed.
Earl Oakley, a teacher in Caldwell
high school, has contracted smallpox,
anti two other teachers near town are
reported afflicted with the disease. It
is thought that the disease can be
traced to the teachers' institute, held
in Boise some time ago.
Under Idaho statutes the governor
of the state luis po authority to veto
a part of an item in a general ap
propriation bill, but must either ap
prove or disapprove the entire item,
T. A. Walters, attorney general, holds
in an opinion rendered last week.
The home of l.uke Sonner», living
six miles south of Buhl, was recently
visited by unknown parties who treat
ed Ills house, barn, outbuildings, auto
ujuJ some of his llvcstiw-k to a gen
erous smear of yellow paint. No clue
as to the perpetrators lias been found.
A new ruling by the state food ad
ministration of Idaho makes it com
pulsory for potato growers to sort and
grade tlieir product ^fs year before
offering them for sale. Under this ar
rangement potato consumers will no
longer have to pay top prices for
small potatoes.
E. M. Neiglio, for ten years vice
president and general manager of the
Pacific and Idaho Northern railroad,
operating between Weiser and New
Meadows, lias resigned owing to ill
health, and has been succeeded by H.
T. Dunn, former manager of the Pay
ette valley railroad.
The -Master Bilkers' association an
nounces tlie cost of production of
bread in various localities in the stute
as follows : Pocatello, Twin Fulls,
Boise, Rexburg. Idaho Falls. Buhl and
Blaekfoot, and reported the following
average: Raw, .058: labor, .028; over
head, .014; cost, .088.
Glenn C. Perkins, son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Perkins, who reside on the
Brady property north of Pocatello,
was reported by the war department
as having been killed in action in
France oil July 18. Several letters
have been received by the parents
from Gleuu since that time.
Connell Christensen met with a seri
ous accident while exercising on the
trapeze bars at the Jefferson school
at Preston. The bar turned, unex
pectedly precipitating the boy to the
ground, cutting a gash the entire
length of his nose to the bone, and in
flicting other injuries to the face.
Fifty-seven death claims have been
filed with the state industrial acci
dent board since January 1, when the
board was organized. This is a high
er rate than normal, and is attributed
to employment in hazardous occupa
tions of many unskilled luisirers, on
account of loss of skilled men who
have gone to war.
As an outcome of the reeeut survey
of the manufacturing capacity of the
various factories in Idaho tills stare
now bus an opportunity to receive
large orders from the war department,
according to O. O. Haga. stute direc
tor of commercial economy and offi
cially connected with the war indus
tries beard of the state.
A Mystery.
First Itookle—Why so crestfallen,
old chap?
Second Ditto—Oh. it's that top ser
geant. I wonder why he gets to lord
t over us the way he does.
First Ditto—Rank, my bey, rank !
Second Ditto—Of e«>urse he is, I
wonder why they keep him.
Plenty of Them.
"Did you come ncross many fine
buildings in your automobile tour?"
"Sure, we did. We found a police
court „n every place we struck."
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Nothing else really matters until we do l
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The Flavor Lasts
DISTEMPER
CATARRHAL FEVER
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
PINK EYE
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Cures the sick and acts as a preventative for others.
Safe for brood mares and
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Liquid given on the tongue,
nil others. Best kidney remedy. 50 cents a bottle. $5.60 a.
dozer. Sold by all druggists and turf goods houses or
sent, express paid, by the manufacturers. Booklet, Dis
temper. Cause and Cure," free.
SFOHK MEDICAL CO., Coshea, lad., IT. S. A.
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Somehow the things we imagine
would make us perfectly happy are
g< r,crull.y possessed by others. ;
Eternal vigilance isn't always the
j rice o fliberty—sometimes it's $10
:m<l costs.
Chinese are said to be taking to the
alcohol habit.
Hanging is too good for a painting
flat is badly executed.
Indigestion, Bloat,
Heartburn, Caused
by Acid-Stomach
What Is the cause of Indigestion, dys
pepsla, bloat, heartburn, food-repeating,
belching, gassy. uour stomach, and so
inany-ntomaoh miseries? Just this—ncld
Rtomacb—saperacidity
It roba millions of their full
strength, vitality and the power to enjoy
to be real men and women.
It is well known that an acid mouth
destroys the teeth. The add is so power
ful that It eats right through the bard
enamel and causes the teeth to decay
This Is fair warning of wbat excess acid
ity will do to the delicate organization
of the stomach;
:idlty not only produc
many painful and disagreeable symp
generally name "Stomach
takes the pep and punch out of them,
leaves little
Strike at the very cuuse of all this
trouble and clean this excess acid oat
of the stomach. This will give the stom
ach a chance to digest the food properly;
nature will do the rest.
A wonderful new remedy removes ex
cess acid without the slightest discom
fort. It is called EATONIC. made in
the form of tablets—they are good to eat
—Just like a bit of candy. EATONIC
literally abMorbm the Injurious excess
acid
test in«**. It drives the bloat out of the
body—;
no vitality.
the doctors
call It.
lif
1 carries it away through the in
a matter of fact, ex
a great
fairly feel it work.
Try EATONIC and see how quickly
it banishes bioat. heartburn, belching,
foodrepeating, indigestion, etc. Set?
too. bow quickly your genera! health
Improves
food Is digested—ho'
Irritability disappear,
it is to get back y«
tal punch. Have the power and energy
to work with vim. Enjoy the good
things of life. Learn what It means to
fairly bubble over with health.
So get a box of EATONIC from your
druggist today. We authorize him to
guarantee EATONIC to please you and
you can trust your druggist to mike
this guarantee good. If it fails lu any
way, take It back—he will refund your
money.
toms that
troubles," but it is the creator of a long
train of very serious ailments. Acid
stomach interferes with the digestion
and causes the food to ferment. This
mass of sour, fermented food liasses into
the intestines, where it becomes the
breeding place for germs and toxic
poisons, which in turn
Into the blood and distributed through
out the entire body.
Wherever you go you
much more of your
nervousness
Learn how easy
physical and men
and
ihm rbed
victims of
acid stomach — people who, while not
actually down sick
have no appetite, food doesn't digest,
belching all the time, continually
«I tired and
always ailing—
plaining of being weak
worn out. It Is this excess acidity that
One Dose of the Guaranteed Blackleg Vaccine
Made by Dr. O. M. Franklin, the originator, is GUARANTEED TO PROTECT A CALF FOR LIFE
AGAINST BLACKLEG. It has stood the test for over four years on over a million calves and our users
have every confidence in it. WE BACK THAT CONFIDENCE with a WRITTEN GUARANTEE if you
wish, and charge you fifty cents per dose. Or will send you the SAME VACCINE for
forty cents per dose without the Guarantee. We make ONE QUALITY OF VACCINE
ONLY Syringe for Injecting. $2.50. W'rite us about it.
THE KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM CO.
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Below the Surface.
"Did you grasp the point in Mr. Ful
ler's submarine Joke?"
''No, it was too deep for me."
F&ß Soothe Your
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With Cuticura
A
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Stella—Are yon saving money?
Bella—Well, every day 1 think of
more things 1 ilon't buy.
ntt$&50. T;ilcuuf2&
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All druggiEts; Soap 26. Ointnns
SisTnple each free of " Outlay»
i 1 . PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
A toilet preparation of merit.
Belps to eradicate dandruff.
For Restoring Color and
! Beauty to Grar or Fadad Hair.
60c. and |LW at Drumriata,
Chicago has noon victory prayers.
Granulated Eyelids,
Eyes inflamed by expo
sure to San, Dost ami Wind
uickly relieved by Murine '
ye Kenedy. No Smarting, CTfiPI save kverythinoi instant M«na«r
iuat Eve Comfort At oiur. paten dots. )raTher,«te.,qntckly,Dfl«tly;25ti
-, _ . J"" *7 0 - 3 large «beets, fciiraj, i«w it. M ru«., L«. i.x.b.
Yoar Druggists or by mail 60c per Bottle, j
For Beak of fbe Eye free write
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. ' W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 42-1918.
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