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4 ,M Choice bits of veal, creamery butter and fresh eggs combine with other tempting ingredients. to give Libby'sVeal Loaf its delicate, appetizing flavor. Orderapackage from your grocertoday. wicuticura L&by, M9NeUl & Libby, Chicago 1+mTScmA, For 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haar lem Oil has enabled suffering human ity to withstand attacks of kidney, liver, bladder and stomach troubles and all diseases connected with the urinary organs, and to build up andhas restore to health organs weakened by disease. These most important organs must be watched, because they filter and purify the blood: unless they do their work you are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, Servbul fiess. despondency, backache, stomach trouble, pains in the loins and lower SUarlem Oil Capsules are the remedy BUND MAN POULTRY FANCIER Missourian Has Made Success of the Work, Despite Handicap Wrich Would Seem Insurmountable. Blind Edward Jones of Jefferson City, Mo., has made a record In keep ing^oultry which many who have eyes have not equaled. Moving among his birds, which seem to understand how he is handicapped, and guided only by his sense of touch, he per forms his daily work. He has built his own poultry house and brood coops, and has hatched and raised all his chicks. Blindness does not pre vent him from culling his flock. The birds not intended to be kept are mar keted as broilers, and the others are kept for the production of winter eggs. Mr. Jones attended every poultry meeting held in his section last fall. He is now trying to organize a poultry club for blind people, and the home demonstration agent In the county has volunteered to read to the mem bers the publications on poultry sent from the United States department of agriculture. i Nonexistent. ^What's your notion of an ideal hus- band?" 4 A man who lets his wife have the last word in hats, gowns and argu ments." Enemies Now. Mrs. SlushI don't believe Miss Chatz is a true friend of yours. Mrs. MushWhy? Mrs. SlushShe tried to get me to say something about you. She pressed me to tell my real opinion of you but not I! SAFE, GENTLE* REMEDY BRINGS]SURE! RELIEF you need. Take three or four every dsft The healing oil soaks into the cells and lining of the kidneys and drives out the poisons. New life and health will surely follow. When your normal vigor been restored continue treatment for awhile to keep yourself in condi tion and prevent a return of the dis ease. 4S -\J" Don't wait until you ire incapable of. fighting. Start taking GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules today. Tour druggist will cheerfully refund your money if you are not satisfied with results. But be sure to get the original imported GOLD MEDAL and accept no substitutes. In three sises. Sealed packages. At all drug stores. The Pleasures of Travel. "Wa-al-p'tuno," said the ancient Arkansawyer, "I hain't never did much of what you'd call traveling. I was 97 years old last grass born and raised right here In Shagbark township, and hain't been outside of the county but once. That was when I was about 30 years old. I went over to Torpidvllle, an.d they just nacher'ly took and start ed to lynch me the minute I got to town, for something or* nuther, I never did find out what. One foot was al ready in the air and the other barely touching the ground when some feller came running and hollered that they were making a mistakeI wasn't the guilty party a-tall. As soon as they turned me loose I lit out for home as the crow flies, and I hain't done no traveling to speak of since. I always figgered that on the next occasion the feller that knpwed it was a mistake might not get there in time to do me any good."Judge. The Result "The police suspected a blind tiger in the building, so they raided a sus picious photograph gallery." "Ah! a case of arrested develop- ment." Quite Acceptable. "This star says she cannot bear any thing gross to come near her "She does, does she? How about the gross receipts?" lOQOQQBBBQQC Now*s the Time to enjoy that.drink of all table drinks, The Original POSTUM CEREAL An invigorating cup ofrich,snappy flavor, full-bodied' and delicious to the taste. The very thing to add to your solid table enjoyment, for it is part of the mealnot merely something to drink with it Postum is boiled just like coffee (full 15 minutes after boiling be gins), but unlike coffee it is Dure and drug-free. Coffee drinking usually upsets nerves, stomach and heart Postum contains nothing harmful. Grocers Two Sizes Usually sold at ISc and 25c BOBBQBBQPOOQQBSDDI THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN. ALLIES ARE NOT GOING TO YIELD British Premier Says Germans Must Sign Treaty at Ver sailles or Berlin. RECEIVE MORE NOTES Allied Envoys Given Foe Contentions Regarding German Property in Allied Lands, Turkish Debt and Sac Paulo Question. London, May 31.Premier Lloy* George, in his speech to the Welsh di vision at Amiens, declared, according to the South Wales Doily News: "We say to the Germans: 'Gentle men, you must sign. If you don't do so at Versailles, you shall do so in Berlin. We are not.going to give way.'" Memorial Day Observed. Paris, May 31.As a result of Presi dent Wilson's observance of Memorial day Peace conference circles was quiet. Notwithstanding the fact that the President delivered an address over the graves of the soldiers, he found time to receive a visit from Premier Orlando affd to discuss with him the details of the Adriatic ques tion, the settlement of which it is as serted, is approaching final shape. The Council of Four did not meet. Three new notes were handed to the Peace conference by the Germans, the first referring to German property in Allied countries, another to the Turkish public debt and the third to the Sao Paulo question, which re lates to Brazilian coffee seized in Ger many during the war. Terms Mutt Be Changed. Versailles, May 31.Count vvon Brockdorff-Rantzau, addressing Her ren Giebert and Landsberg of the German peace delegation before their departure for Berlin, asked them to tell the people of Berlin that he would not sign the peacestreaty in the form in which it was presented by the Allies. This information has been gathered from the German peace delegation here. Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, it was said, thanked Herr Giesbert and Herr Landsberg for their collabora tion. The Germans are so little satisfied with the clearness of the counter pro posals \hey presented to the Allies that further notes were sent today to explain parts of the documents which the Germans themselves did not-find1 clear. GERMAN CHAIRMAN CRITICAL Blames President Wilson for Severity of Peace Terms. Berlin, May 31."The theme of President Wilson is a very ticklish one," was a statement made by Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, chief of the German peace delegation, at Ver sailles, according to the correspondent of the Deutsch Zeitung, "for Mx- Wil- son is the father of our surrender, of arms. The German people counted on him and has voluntarily made itself defenseless on his 14 poiirt*. Our counter proposals were, based on them." The correspondent represents the count as critical, if not unfriendly toward America. He quotes him as saying that if "the present terms are enforced the conclusion must be drawn that all declarations during the war, especially those off President Wilson, were nothing less than a military ruse which deceived the German people and government." TRAINING OF DISABLED MEN Senate Bill Appropriates $2,000,000 for That Purpose. Washington, May 31.Appropria- tion of $2,000,000 during the next three years and annual appropriations there after for co-operation with the states in free vocational training to men disabled in industry or by disease is proposed in a bill by Senator Smith, Democrat of Georgia, ordered favor ably reported by the senate labor committee. It would be supplemented to the soldiers' and sailors' vocational education. CALLS MOVEMENT TREASON Government Warns Rebel Leaders in Rhineland. Berlin, May 31.The government has published a statement in black type under a huge head, "Warning," saying that those planning to separate the Rhineland from Germany and to create an independent republic are guilty of high treason, punishable with life imprisonment and that the govern ment's duty would be to take measures to the fullest severity of the law against those persons. Centenarian Rides in Plane. Wabash, Ind., May 31.Jack Hig gins believes he is the oldest man yet to have ridden in an airplane as a re sult of his aerial ride. He says -he will celebrate his 101st birthday July 15, but that one ride in the air was enough for him. Mother of G. O. P. Leader Dies. Sullivan, Ind., May 31.Mrs. Mary C. Hays, 61 years old, mother of Will H. Hays, Republican national chair man, died at her home here of cancer of the stomach. I! You Head a Medicine You Should Have the Best Have you ever stopped to reason why it is that so many products that are ex tensively advertised, all at once drop out of sight and are soon forgotten? The reason is plainthe article did not fulfill the promises of the manufacturer. This applies more particularly to a medicine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative value almost sells itself, as like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need of it.blood A prominent druggist says "Take tor example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a preparationr I have sold for many years and never hesitate to recommend, for almost every case it shows excellent re sults, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy has so large a sale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact, so many people claim, that it fulfills al most every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder ailments corrects uri nary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y, and enelose ten cents also mention this paper. Large and medium size bottles for sale at all drug store.Adv. Money Gone Glimmering. "No more the genial popping of the champagne cork." "A tangible sign of wealth." "Just so. But we can still have the melodious detonation of the exploding automobile tire."Louisville Courier Journal. To suffer for a good cause lessens pain. tt JO Guaranteed by Yos pips ssioksrs sais littls "BULL" DURHAM with voarfavor itstsbssso. It's lias aagsr layour sofas. THE RIGHT WAY... la all cases of Distemper, Pinkeye, Influ enza, Colds, etc.: Of all horses, brood mares, colts, stallions, la to "SPOHNTHEM" On their tongue or In the feed put Spohn's Liquid Compound. Give the remedy to all-of them. It acts on the and glands. It routs tho disease by expelling the disease germs. It wards! off the trouble no matter how they are "exposed." Absolutely free from any thing Injurious. A child can safely take it. Sold by druggists, harness dealers, or sent express paid by the manu facturera, Special Agents Wanted* SPOHN MEDICAL CO., GOSHEN. IND., U. S. A. Telling Too Much. I have visiting me a childhood friend whom I had in a sense outgrown, but yet for whom I had a kindly feeling be cause of past relations. The first night after she had arrived she was, as usiuJ, talkative, and the next morning my sister responded to my morning greeting with: "Whatever were you iind Mabel talking ,uDout half the night? I am tired out, you kept me awake so long." "You tired out!" I exclaimed. "Then how do you think I feel?" Imagine my horror when, turning to leave the room, I saw my friend stand ing back of me, knowing that she must have heard all.Exchange. Uncle Eben. "Many a man,'- sold Uncle Eben, "gives hisse'f credit foh tellin'de truth when mebbe he aln' doln' much mo' dnn 'spressin' personal opinion. 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