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A NERVOUS
BREAKDOWN
Miss Kelly Tells How Lydi
EL Pinkhajn's Vegetable
Compound Restored
Her Health.
m
Newark, N. J.—"For about three
years I suffered from nervous break
down and got so
I weak I could hardly
I stand, and had head
i aches every day. I
^ tried everything I
s could think of und
was under a phy
sician's care for two
years. A girl friend
had used Lydia B.
^Pmkham'a Vege
^ table Compound and
she told me about
It. From the first
day I took it 1 began
to Lo feel better and
^■^■■-ti^now I am well and
\N. able to do most any
' kind of work. I
have been
mending the Com
Jill
r
m
A j.
tfv;
ip
recom
pound ever since and give you my per
mission to publish this letter.'' —Miss
Jlo Kelly, 476 So. 14th St., Newark.
N. J. *
The reason this famous root and herb
remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. was so successful in Miss
Kelly s case was because it went to the
root of her trouble, restored her to a
normal healthy condition and as a result
her nervousness disappeared.
Calf
Enemies
WHITE SCOURS
BLACKLEG
^ our Veterinarian can stamp
them out with Cutter's Anti-Calf
Scour Scrum and Cutter's Gern!
Free Blackleg l- il träte and Aggress! n,
or Cutter's Blackleg Pills.
Ask him about them. If he
hasn t our literature, write to us for
information on these products.
THe Cutter Laboratory
Berkeley, Cal., or Chicago, Ill,
v_ Thr Laboratory That Know How 4 4
German Gas.
"Tell me at
Sort of stuff is It?"
exnctly u relish."
ml mustard gus. What
"Well, it's not
GRANDMA USED SAGE
TEA TO DARKEN HAIR
She mixed Sulphur with It to Re
store Color, Gloss, Youth
fulness.
Common garden sage brewed Into a
heavy tea
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just
n few applications will prove a revela
tion If your hair Is fading, streaked
gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
phur recipe nt home, though. Is trou
blesome. An easier way is to get a
bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound nt any drug store all ready
for use. This Is the old-time recipe
Improved by the addition of other In
gredients.
with sulphur added, will
or
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not
sinful, we nil desire to retain our
youthful
appearance and attractive
ness. Hy darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,
no one can tell, because it docs It so
naturally, so evenly. You Just dampen
a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
• one small strand nt a time; by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared, and.
after another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
coft and luxuriant.—Adv.
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One of I he
most satisfying assets
In life is the ability anil power to tell
carping critic Just when and where
be can get off.
Blue" and Worried?
44
"Hiue,"
woptifh!, hall-sock people
Hhould hnd out the cause of their trou
bles. Often it
is merely faulty kidney
action, which allows the blood to
loaded un with lYOi^ons that irritate flie
nerves. Hnekuehe. headaches, dizziness
and annoying bladder troubles are add
ed proofs that the kidneys need help.
T /'•f Hoon s A idney Pi Ils. Thousanna
tnnnk them for relief from just such
troubles.
An Idaho Case
;
Mrs. J. XV, Web
ster, OHO Eighth St.,
Lewiston. Idaho,
says: "X had trouble
from my kidneys, of
a dropsical nature.
— Mornings my hands
f were swollen so bad
h 'T I could hardly
I close them, and my
feet
m
Û.
I
!

swollen
too The flesh under
my eyes was puffed
up and I had other
annoying
„VSÈG- f f ktdne
fey fills and they (lxid
shape.'*
/
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ln
symptoms
y complaint.
Ooan's Kid
me up in good
Dau'i at Aar S tara. «Oe a Box
kidney
ros I «a-Mn SUM co, «uiÎÀlo.^y.
LOAN'S
[
_
Colds Crow Better
l
' tho c* t taflammatto« dfaatv
IKt ;»o!rr^.h * r* 1 **"* •"<! throat tick
ung stops, when yox use reliable, time-tested
PISO'S
I
me isis relief
FROM JAPAN'S YOKE
GOOD OFFICES OF THE UNITED
STATES AT PEACE CONFER.
ENCE BEING SOUGHT.
Revolution in Hermit Kingdom Liable
to Break Forth at Once if Right
of Self-Determination is not
Granted to Koreans.
Washington.—According to facts dis
•Tved
private
advices
fifteen million Koreans
re
are pro
pared I*» undertake a revolution against
I hell- Japanese rulers, if the right ol
.self-determination and
itmndatory under the league of nations
tire not granted Korea by the peace
t Paris.
satisfactory
conference
TllO
t Koro«, who have lieon
of the Japanese people
so-Jnpanese war. have
orgnniztHW from one end of the
UIlfh'1* tin* s
IIV
since the
Kit:
been
eoiinti-y in the other ami believe that
they have the strength to bring an up
heaval as nnaiilniotis as that of the
Russians, and one
world to
dependence.
u statei
chieli
III force the
recognize their right to In
in
cut placed before the
United States government through the
stale department and made public Sun
day the Korean national
through Slngman Illiee
association.
>f Washington
f New York, has
anil Harry Chung
asked the United States to prevent op
pression
f I ho Koivans by (ho Japan
in a communication cabled to the
pence conference, the American leaders
in the Korean association state that
their countrymen seek the right of self
determination and that they cannot go
l'a fis and enter their plea in per
son I «'cause they are under the
of Japan, and cannot leave the United
Slates without passports, whirl
not h,» Issued unless visaed hy Japan
ese officials here. They state that the
Japanese have refused to aid them.

power
will
LEAGUE OF NATIONS TO STAND
President Confident Pact Will be Part
of Peace Treaty.
Washington.
Conflicting reports
from Purls as to whether the league
of nations ct
venant is to he an Inte
gral part of the treaty of pea
etl much comment here
ice a rous
hitunlay. Tim
reports indicate a direct Issue between
President Wilson and the French rep
resentatives. of whom Andre Tardieu,
nt high commissioner to the Putted
States, is spokesman.
re
The president
quoted as having stated that the
plenary couneil 1ms positively decided
that the league of mitions is to lie part
of the peace treaty.
is
Salvation Army to Widen Scope.
New York.—The
Salvation
Army,
which has been sending more trained
workers overs
»as slnre tin* signing of
tlu* annistioo. Is now preparing to meet
"now and inoroasod rosponsibllltios at
home during |a*a<
statement issuod Sunday hy (Vlonol
William Harker, in charge of all Salva
tion Army workers in France.
areording t<
a
Countess Receives Ovation.
Dublin.—The ('oimtfss Markiewlcz
arrived here Saturday night and was
gre«*t*Ml by a tremendous ref option.
The countess, who has Just beei
leasinl from Holloway prison, was far
rled on the shoulders
Sinn Kölners in
aloii."
re
of two husky
a torchlight procès
Refuses to Support Clark.
" ttslilngton.— Hipresentattve Lever
of South f'oroliua. lu it statement made
public Sunday through the Democratic
reorganisation
his opixisitlon
Chump
the next house.
committee, nnnouneed
to the selection of
<'Iark as Hemocratif leader in
I
j
January Sale of Baby Bonds.
Washington.—War Savings
were sold in January at the
4A cents for every |>ersoii lu the Unit
ed States, with total sales of S4S:««t.
000, according to report
quarters.
stamps I
rate
■f
from head
Sleeping Sickness Result of Flu.
New York.—Belief tlmt at least half
of New York's forty eases
sickness" are sequels of Spanish Influ
enza. Is expressed hy I»r. Fopeland.
city health ouMinissbmer.
f "sleeping

Transport Sunk By Mine.
London.—Nine sailors are reported
drowned in the sinking of the Ameri
can naval transport Yselhaven, which
struck a mine at 1.35 o'clock Friday
Lloyd's.
E sea ping Hun Submarine Sunk.
Paris.—Tin* (îrnnan snhmariiio !'-4S.
whllo attempting to escape from Fer
rol, Spain Sat unlay night, was clinswl
hy a destroyer and sunk, acomlfng to
n Havas dis|mtch from Madrid.
...... _ .
Million Dollar Blaxe at Atlanta.
Atlanta. Ga.—The Southern railway
transfer station at Inman
near here, was destroyed by
Sunday night. The damage
i". ^" r "" r ""' 1 °" lclal *
' • 00 °--__
Lawyer. Asked to F.ght Fakes.
Washington.—Thousands of
neys throughout the T'nlri^r «r t
to he asked ", : D,terf S,a,ps nre
ln »ho t0 >olun,e<!r their efforts
trtf 'l it . . er K ,l,Cnt cam I" l| CT to Pro
siimL i," r f ,0n<1 Poitiers from fake
stock lu\ estaient schemes. 1
fixdght
yards,
flri«
i ° h! My , p jr.
■ lx> careful to
take only n
t o in pern n c n
LI remedy made
of wild rood
jT and barks sui U
f l ns Dr. Pierce's
iJ Golden Medi
' I cal Discovery
is and has been
for nearly 50
years. Ingre
dients printed
on wrapper.
The first day you start to lake this
reliable medicine, impure germs and
accumulation begin to separate in the
blood and arc then expelled through the
eliminative organs.
In place of the impurities, the arteries
and veins gradually get fresh vitalized
blood and the action of this good blood
on the skin means that pimples, boils,
carbuncles, eczema, rash, acne and all
skin blemishes will disappear. Then you
must remember that when the blood is
right, the liver, stomach, bowels and
kidneys become healthy, active and
vigorous and you will have no more
trouble with indigestion, backache, head
ache.
Get Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery to-day at any medicine dealers,
in tablet or liquid form, or send 10c for
trial package to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. V.
Occasionally one should "clean house''
with castor oil or tiny pills made up of
the May-apple, leaves of aloe and root of
jalap, first put up by Dr. Pierce and now
sold by almost all druggists in this
country ns Doctor Pierce's Pleasant
Pelleta, - Alw ays convenient to take.
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SMOKING TOBACCO
FACTS FROM THE
ENCYCLOPAEDIA
The Use of Flavorings Deter
mines Deference In Brands
The Encyclopaedia Britannica says
about the manufacture of smoking to
bacco: ".. . on the Continent and in
America, certain 'sauces' are employed
.. .the use of the 'sauces' is to improve
the flavour and burning qualities of the
leaves." Which indicates that a smoker's
enjoyment depends as much upon the
flavoring used as upon the tobacco.
Your nose is a sure guide in the mat
ter of flavorings. Try this simple test
with several tobacco brands: pour soma
tobacco into your
and smell. You w
difference in the fragrance of every
brand. The tobacco that smells best to
you will smoke best in your pipe, you
can rest assured.
palm, rub briskly,
ill notice a distinct
Carefully aged, old Burley tobacco,
Ç lus a dash of pure chocolate, vives
'UXEDO Tobacco a pure fragrance
your nose can quickly distinguish from
any other tobacco. Try it and see.
WHY NOT TRY IT?
Any farmer who raises gnules would rendre larxef
p rutila îf h«* raised purebred
SruuruuiLNs, They dont
I
requl
Any u
re any more nnim
j«>re feed, nor any bet
car® than the tirades
should have. But they sell
»'or more
farmer produced *.h head
from
oney. A Kansas
registered Short*
hern cow In 1'J ye irs |' Wl)
brother« in r.v,n pru
duced 11« bead from
WÊKmjSÊr li years. The value
1 " ; op when you're breeding
purebred®. American Shorthorn Mre«-«leiV
AxMociatlon. 13 Uezter Park Are., Chicago, I1L
: B
I " : n ' A
J^Skin Tortured
^ Babies S*eep
fier Cutlcura
>
YV v >T3te
AD dnigv* s t V Soap 25 Ointment 25 and 60. Talcum 25.
'ample each free of "Cetlrara. D«pt. 1, Beaton "
""PARKERS ~
HAIR BALSAM
A tolt.t pr.par.tlon of mrrtt
Helpe to eradicate dandruff.
_ for Roetorinf Color and
Baa ut y to Cray or Faded Hair.
^^^^^60ç : aodj|L00 at Prnccuu.
Her Occupation.
"What kind of a woman is his wife,
"I think she is what you
Amanda?"
call a mandatory."
SPRAINS! RUB PAINS
AND SWELLING AWAY
- !
Don't suffer! Go about your duties— I
Relief comes the moment
you
Apply "St. Jacobs Liniment."
Don't stay crippled! Bui» this sooth
ing. penetrating liniment rigid into the
sprain, ache or strain, and ont comes
pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling.
Nothing else penetrates, heals and
strengthens
nerves.
the
injured
tendons and ligaments
promptly. It doesn't hum or discolor
the skin and can not cause Injury.
Don't suffer! Get a small trial bottie
from any drug store now—limber up!
Bah the misery right ont. A moment
after "St. Jacobs Liniment" Is applied
you can not feel the slightest pain or
soreness, and you can go about your
regular duties.
muscles.
so
"St. Jacobs Liniment" conqners pain.
It has been used effectively for sprnina.
strains, soreness and stiffness for 00
years—six gold medal awards.—Adv.
____
Natural P ri
. nvhnt (i() lhink "T'thnt new
. J . npw
f, ht ' everybody Is mak
^- IUht f !t - -
'V^vx—- * ClrensN.
« %ß U F ■«»■!
MunneforRed
MP m w Swencsa, Granula
CVCS Don. Itching and Burning
of the Eyes or Eyelids;
vV^'n r GoU
Jw Murine when ^mur Ere, Need Carw'S-'S j
«•"•«Ur Co.. Chlc^ I
; huns toemahge
- FLEET FOR FOOD
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: GERMAN DELEGATES CURTLY
i AGREE TO ACCEPT TERMS
REQUIRED BY ALLIES.
Board of Control for German Exports
Will be Established. — Germans
Will be Permitted to Buy Fish
From Norway.
Brussels.—The Gemma delegntes to
the conference bore regarding I
lag over by the allies of the <lemma
mercantile fleet and the provisioning
of (leriaaay, definitely accepted on
March 15, the conditions imposed by
the allies.
A board of control for (lemma ex
porls will he established, under the
terms of the agreement. This hoard
probably will have Us headquarters
at Rotterdam.
e tak
The Gemmas will he permitted to
buy fish from Norway and resume
lltelr own fishing in the North sen.
The German representatives asked
for a modification of the blockade,
and while no promises were given them
in this connection, steps in that di
rection. ns n matter of fact, have al
ready been taken.
Vice Admiral Sir Uasslyn Wetness
of Great Britain, chairman of the allied
delegation, read a statement prepared
for him by the civilian members, call
ing on the Germans to say categorical
ly whether they abided the
of the armistice. Under Secretary of
Stale Von Braun replied curtly. "Vc.,"
Admiral Wetnyss then read one page
ef typewritten memoranda, giving In
crisp sentences the terms of the allies
for granting food to Germany -the
German merchant fleet to he handed
over at once, financial provisions to
he made at once, food to he delivered
Immediately and to he continued until
1er
imns
the next harvest, or as
many abided by the terms of the inn
meat.
long as
As the statement was rend It whs
translated into German mid French,
the Germain replies reeeived the same
treatment
The air of impersonality
rved throughout.
It was
of the
ration of ,'!7(MHKl tons of food monthly,
with the shipping and fiimnelul plans,
should he elaborated In suhoummillee,
ami the first plenary session adjourn
ed. having lasted only a few minutes.
was pr
there settled that the details
VILLA IMPRISONS MORMONS.
Churchmen Reported to be in Hands
of Mexican Bandits.
Juarez.—Bishop A. L.
charge of Mormon affairs, aiinouueeil
Saturday that he had received an un
confirmed report from a Mexican that
President Joseph U.
Missionaries Joseph Williams. Joseph
Spencer and tw
Pierce.
In
Huntley, Chief
others, one of whom
was believed to he Pleasant Williams,
had been made prisoners hy Francisco
Villa and Felipe Angeles at Kl Valle,
Chihuahua, and wore last seen in
tody of Villta troops
Namiquipe.
eus
going toward
Soldiers Shipped I
Washington.—Charges that A..
can soldiers from western states
moved from an Atlantic port of de
barkation to their homes In cattle
were made by Senator (Tuunbcrlaln
of Oregon, elialriiinn of the military
committee ia the last senate, la an ad
dress here Saturday before the Miss
Cattle Cars.
wi*r«*
ears
isslppl society.
Bank Robbers Break Jail.
Ballinger. Texits.—M, t, held here In
connection with the
rubbery
''Irst Stale hunk at Winters. Texas, on
March •>. have esi-aped and are still at
large. A fourth limn, alleged to have
participated in the robbery,
tally wounded on March (i ia
change
f the
was rnor
an ex
if shots with a sheriff's pose.
Harvey Says League Pact Doomed.
('h lea go.—Ool. George Harvey, editor
of the North American Review. In nn
addrt
before n gat boring of hank*
Saturday night, declared the league of
notion« covenant as drawn "Is doomed
■ r '
I« failure," but that "tin. substances of
the plan has not been and
abandoned."
will not he
Kaiser Must be Taken Legally.
London.—If Kaiser Wilhelm I
(radited from Holland,
taken legally.
ernment's position,
minister of Justiee.
ment in the chamber of deputies
Saturday.
s ex
lie must
That is the I tiilch gov
, according ti
lie
the
ho made a siale
Oil
Thousands Starving in Caucasus
New York.—'Thousands
of men.
men and children are starving t,i death 1
in the Caucasus, according to the first
report front Dr. James L. Burton, chair
imm of tht*
wo
Immission recently
tlint region by tile American
sioa for relief In the
_ .. .
Continue Fipht on Prohibition
î " " '* orls -— f> rganlzatloii of the
0 " 1K,S "' 1 N ''*"''"nl I'rohf
billon was announced here s
with the avowed "prime purp,..,. '
making the eighteenth amend.nt to
lltntlon "»«rever InoperaUve^
Must Lower German FKm
o an Fla 0
. ' . ' * r »'ws of the In
tcrni>d Gennnn vessels in Uhllenn
l>ors ' which nre to be turn.sl
thc rnl,<Hl States, have |„. L . n or . _
b Y ,ht ' nilnlst« of war to lower 61 ^* 1
German flag on the ships.
««•nt to :
fumnis
near east.
har- I
over to
.
th.
UPSET STOMACH
PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN AT ONCE ENDS
SOURNESS, GASES, ACIDITY
INDIGESTION.
bumps of pain ;
Undigested food !
belching gas, acids and sourness. When
your stomach Is all upset, here Is In
stant relief—No waiting !
|
0
The moment you eat a tablet of
Pope's Dlapepslu all the Indigestion
pain,. dyspepsia misery, the sourness,
gases and stomach acidity ends.
Pape's Dlapepslu tablets cost III lie
at any drug store but there Is no surer
or quicker stomach relief known. Adv.
He Had Had His Medicine.
Mu—There's a go
your medicine like father does.
Jimmie- Aw shucks; When father
lakes his he al
licked me once for saylti'.
Take
iys says that woryl you
The Cutlcura Teilet Trio
Having cleared your skiu keep it clear
by making Cutlcura vour every-day
, m....... . . •
t' ikt preparations. 1 he soup to cleanse
and purify, the Ulutiueut to soothe uud
heal, the Talcum to powder and per
No toilet table Is complete
25c everywhere.—Adv.
fume,
without them.
A luiili curries domestic economy to
extremes when lie stops the
night to save time.
K«*ep ?
lakiiiK |»r. I
li -(• lirait by.
r li
■ •It»
«m * It rb a
n
lit IVII.'I. ant j ..li II
•ttllhy
In Boston u rubber factory is called [
all Inquisitive plalll.
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Ally.
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CASTORIA
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For Infants ant! Children.
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Mothers Know That
Genuine Castoria
Always
Bears the
Signature
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I similnlin^lhclbod bjrRcjJulx
limJlhcSiomachsaml Ikwvh of
In fants .Children
»
Thereby PromolimJ Digestion
Cheerfulness and RcsLContaun
neither Opium.Morphine n*
i Mineral. Not Narcotic
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and Feverishness and
( loss of Sleep
resulting iherrfrorn in Infancy
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Lumbago
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Colds
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Influenzal
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Adults—Take
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one or two '
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Standard cold remedy for 10 year» - ia tab It k
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