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The Meridian times. (Meridian, Idaho) 1909-1938, November 15, 1918, Image 7

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Feel Lame and Achy?
Colds and pip leave thousands with
weak kidneys and aching backs. The
kidneys have to do most of the work of
fighting off any germ disease. They
weaken—slow up, and you feel dull, ir
ritable, or nervous—have headaches,
dizziness, backache, sore joints and ir
regular kidney action. Then the kid
neys need prompt help. Use Doan's
Kidney Pills. Thousands praise Doan's
for quick, satisfactory results.
À Utah Case
—, W. W. Robinson,
First Fast, near
■■■First North Sts..
My American Fork,
says : "I
know Doan's Kid
ney Pills to be
just what is claim
ed for them. For
months last win
ter I was suffering
\vith a steady ache
and pains across
my kidneys. The
slightest move
which caused any
_ strain on my back
sent .those pains through it. A drug
gist recommended Doan's Kidney Pills,
so I tried them. Doan's completely
cured me of the attack."
Gat Doan's at Any Stör«. 60c a Bos
KIDNEY
PILLS
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
"Bvtry PUturi
Tills * •Smr/'
Utah,
DOAN'S
Contrary Effect.
"People who gossip much are gen
erally very narrow." "Yet they manage
to spread a lot."
What the average man needs is the
ories that are nonexpiosive.
A spinster's ideal man is one who
will say the word.
Look out for Span
ish Influenza.
At the first sign of
a cold take
CASCARA mQUININE
Standard cold remedy for 10 year«—in tablet
fo*m—eafe, eure, no opiate*—break» up a cold
ln M hour»—relieve» grip in 3 da;». Money
beck if It fail». The genuine boa ha» a Red top
with Mr. Hill'« picture. At All Drug Store»
Every Woman Wants
ANTISEPTIC POWDER
I FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Diaaolved in water for douche* stops
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Piakham Med. Co, for ten year*.
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
aore throat and tore eyes. Economical.
Rely On Cuticura
For Skin Troubles
All druggist®; Soap 25, Ointment 25 A60, Talcum 25.
Sample each free of •'Outicara, D«p%. E, Boston.
I" . PARKER'S n
HAIR BALSAM
▲ toilet preparation of merit.
Helps to eradicate dandruff.
For Restoring Color and
Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair.
60o. and t LOO at Pruggl«ta.
GASTORIA
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One Dose of the Guaranteed Blackleg Vaccine
Dr. O. M. Franklin.
— OUAU-TT OF vaccine
the KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM CCL^
LOOK AT CHILD'S
TONGUE IF SICK,
CROSS, FEVERISH
HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POD
SONS FROM LITTLE STOMACH,
LIVER, BOWELS.
GIVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIG8
AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR
CONSTIPATED.
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Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, It Is a sure sign that your lit
tle one's stomach, liver and bowels
netAiu a gentle, thorough cleansing at
once.
When peevish, cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu
rally, or is feverish, stomach sour,
breath bad ; has stomach-ache, sore
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," and In a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, undigested food
and sour bile gently moves out of the
little bowels without griping, and you
have a well, playful child again.
You needn't coax sick children to
take this harmless "fruit laxative;"
they love its delicious taste, and it
always makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which has
directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly on the
bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold
here. To be sure you get the genuine,
ask to see that It is made by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company." Refuse
any oilier kind with contempt.—Adv.
War Terms.
"War terms now penetrate all classes
of society," said Judge Allen E. Me
Cumber of Charleston.
"A Herculean woman had her hus
band, a small, frail man, haled before
me for desertion.
" 'Well, sir, what have you got to
say for yourself? - I asked the man.
"'He a deserter, judge?' he whined
pitifully. 'Look at these here lumps
on my head. Look at thla black eye.
I ain't no deserter, judge,
refugee.' "
I'm a
Keep the Trench Fires Burning.
lu the trenches there was one man
ho made himself especially conspicu
hy smoking constantly. One of
the fellows asked him why he smoked
all the time and he answered: "There
blame match in this dugout and
OllS
isn't a
if I quit the rest of you fellows won t
have a smoke."
Keen your liver active, your bowels clean by
takhw Dr. Pierce'» Pleasant Pellets and you'll
keep healthy, wealthy and wise. Adv.
It's going to be mighty difficult even
is made to treat a German
after peace
as a friend.
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and plushes are used for the doggies,
ponies and circus animals that prove
absorbingly interesting and dear to
his babyship. Patterns for them can
be bought from any of the standard
pattern companies and they are stuffed
with sawdust.
The doll pictured can be made to go
through many antics. She Is without
a body and her coat is to be slipped on
over the fingers of whoever undertakes
to amuse the baby. She will bow her
head, wave her arms and dance.
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Hçre is a pretty pedestal supporting
a small basket to be used for bonbons
or as a sewing basket or for table
decoration, now that artificial flowers
are a part of house furnishings. It is
made of paper rope and Is gilded. It
is a very substantial hit of decoration,
suited to almost any room in the house.
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The baby can't kick out of this cozy
garment when he is rolled out in the
keen, wintry air or put to sleep by an
window, so that every one of his
open
relatives will want to make him a
Christmas present of it. It is made of
eiderdown flannel and has flaps that
button up over the hands and feet and
a hood that can be drawn up close
about the face.
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mise Is so sheer and dainty that it Is
Just the sort of gift that one woman
will like to give to another. It Is of
flesh-colored crepe de chine, with in
sertions of fine filet lace. Little flow
ers In small French knots are em
broidered on it In pale shades of pink
and blue. The yoke is novel, simply
four triangles with points joined at
the shoulder with little chiffon roses.
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Each soldier "over there" Is to be
allowed one Christmas package from
home, and only one. Here is a small,
waterproof portfolio containing a
writing tablet, envelopes and a pencil.
The donor might slip a few unmounted
photographs in it, too. It Is made
of a long strip of black oilcloth folded
up at the ends and machine stitched
down to form the pockets. An extra
row of machine stitching across oue
end makes a casing for the penciL
The portfolio Is shown closed at the
top of the picture. With oil colors
bright roses or the flags of the allies
or figures clad In khaki are painted on
these portfolios.
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without the lovely bags of all
mas
kinds that women delight in. Some ot
them are rich and splendid and others
ebarm by their daintiness. Here are
two that belong to these extremes.
The shopping bag is of black satin bro
caded with sliver and has a handsome
silver mounting. The other is a pow
der bag of lavender satin ribbon with a
big ribbon pansy on the front of it.
The petals are tinted with water col
ors, making a blossom that looks very
It curries a powder puff and a
réai.
iittle box of compact powder and a
small mirror is incased in the reverse
side.
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The dolls of yesterday—so beautiful
and so cheap—they are no more. It is
the war. But no little maid need be
without a doll, for It Is the easiest
thing ever to make one of heavy do
mestic aad paint a face on It. One
can buy a pattern of any of the pat
tern companies and make the body,
which Is to be stuffed with sawdust.
Such a doll dressed and making her
appearance at Christmas time will be
as much loved as the most fragile
waxen beauty that ever came from
overseas.
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WRIGLEYS
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We will win this war■
Nothing else really matters until we do!
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Meanwhile :
The Flavor Lasts
medicine at all in all forms of Distemper than
the wrong kind.
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Know This When They
If
Horsemen
Have Once Tried It.
All druggist®, horse goods houses and manufacturers sell
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Goshen, I«*. U. S. A.
Ia the RIGHT Kind.
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Just It.
"Someone last night stole my incu
I bator."
"What a fowl wrong!"
Going Too Far.
"It's time to draw the line some- j
where on this food conservation," ex-j
cinimed the hired man.
"What's the trouble?"
Farmer Corntossel.
"I overheard your folks out in the
kitchen tryin* to get up some way to
ake pumpkin pie without puttin' su
gar into It." •
inquired
It sometimes happens that the guy
who hesitates doesn't get lost _
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GUARANTEED
TO INSTANTLY RELIEVE
ASTHMA
OR MONEY REFUNDED-ASK ANY DRUGGIST
Specification.
"The young lady you admire has a
regular flower face."
"Yes; isn't she a daisy?"
Acid-Stomach Makos
Millions Old Before
a
Time
Their
The
Into every part of the system,
famous scientist. Metchnlkoff, seid —
the -system could be kept free from these
toxic germs* people might easily live »
hundred years
What is It that robs so many people of
their vitality, youth and good looks—
makes them all in and decrepit, years
before their time? Some say it'® rheu
matism that is ailing them. Others com
plain of chronic stomach or liver trouble.
Others are bilious. Life is a burden to
multitudes of dyspeptics. Severe head
ache. extreme nervousness, insomnia,
mental depression, melancholia, anemia,
dizziness, vertigo, heart and chest palus,
constipation, etc..'claim other multitudes.
Sometimes these people are downright
sick. More frequently they are just
weak, sickly and unfit, not knowing ex
actly what is the matter with them.
Nearly always they resort to medicines
of one kind or another in the hope of
getting back their health and strength.
And nearly always they are disappoint
cd. because medicines don't build strength
uulcss they set the stomach free fr»«n
acidity, allowing it to take full strength
out of the food ernten.
What is it that causes teeth to decay?
Dentists say—acid mouth—that the acid
formed by the fermentation of small
particles of food lodged in the teeth is
powerful enough to eat right through
the hard enamel. An ackLatomach pre
sents a similar condition. Excess acid
retards digestion. Food in the stomach
as lug pain. Gaaes
». The intestines
become the breeding place for countless
millions of deadly germs or toxic poisons.
These poisons are carried by the bl- od
more.
The only safe thing to do Is to rid the
oiuach of its excess acid at once. A
wav has been found in the wonderful
preparation, called BATON IC—a com
pressed compound that absorbs the ex
cess acid and carries it away through
the bowels. Thousands upon thousands
now know of EATONIC and Its amazing
power to clean out the excess acid and
leave the stomach sweet, cwol and
strong—giving It a chance to proper y
digest food so that you get full strength
of what vou eat and in tbi* way help
Nature build up vigorous health, strength
and vitality to take the place in a f*w
days, of sickness, lassitude, weakness.
EATOXIC is worth your trlaL
possibilities for restoring health. ▼UP'> r *
enemy and vitality are beyond telling
y.m in mere words—you must "Just try
it."
EATON1C is absolutely guaranteed. io
get a big 50c box from your druggist, ir
it does not help you your money will be
refunded. If your druggist does not keep
EATONIC, send your name and address to
the Eatonic Remedy Company. 1018 S.
Wabash Ave., Chicago. I1L, and they will
at once mail yon a 50c box and you can
d them the money for it after you re
ceive it.
sours and ferment*, ca
affect the heart action
Trust, and Fear Not.
"He saith, 'A whole I planuefl. Youth
shows but half; trust God—see all,
nor be afraid.' "—Browning.
Of Course.
"My new play Is called 'A Bunch of
Kings.' "You ought to get a lot of
royalties out of it."
m/ A VMcMae. Geaaslag.
Zf fh® ■ ■* Refreshing aad Icaliag
■ WWB Leifca—Murine for Red
T'* ness. Soreness, Grar.uia
■ V C* tion. Itching and Burning
J ^ of tbe Eyes or Eyelids;
"3 Drop«" After the Moriee. Motoring or Golf 1
will win your confidence. Your Druggist
fr>r Murine w hf z y ur Kves Nerti Care.
Mv*x?ne Eye JRerx.exly Co.« Cfilcogo .
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Get the Genuine,
and Avoid
Waste^ÿ
©
Economy
Tin Every Cake
For Coughs and Colds
take a tried aad tested remedy—one th*S
lets i-romptly and effectively and contain*
roopiat I. "ou get that remedy by aakingfor
"
PISO'S
W. N. U. t Salt Lak« City, No. 46 - 191 *

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