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100K AT CHILD'S TONGUE IF SICK, CROSS, FEVERISH HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POL 60NS FROM LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. ' 0IVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED. Look at the tongue, mother I If coated, it is a sure sign that your lit tle one's stomach, liver and bowels needs 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 3X The New Power in the Ukraine By GIDEON HOB Of The Vigilantes The suspicion that the newly elected Republic of the Ukraine is merely a mask for actual German control and exploitation of that country is borne out by many facts coming to light. It is only what one might expect, judging dies f or building hoUses l t -C n i.i j I by our knowledge of German methods as revealed in the last few years methods which, as wre now realize, have been religiously followed by gen erations of Germans in their get pur pose of pillaging the world. Among the most powerful and in cessantly active organizations for car rying out these schemes of the robber Teutons have been the German steam Ship companies with their agencies all over the world. Their malign intrigues have been unscrupulous, tireless and backed by unlimited means placed at their disposal by Berlin. That all Eu colonists in their abandoned provinces. Besides the 28,000,000 Ukrainians in Russia there tare some 4,000,000 Ukrainians living under Austrian rule, where they are known as Ruthenians. "With the help of the Austrian gov ernment, German settlers have pene trated to the different Slav provinces, and 250,000 German peasants reside in Galicia. This colonization has been carried on for years methodically and noiselessly. German colonists are now firmly established as far east as Bos nia, where there are 54 different Ger man colonies. German settlers received from the government In Bosnia lands almost free, loans without interest, gratuitous seed and wood, and subsi- These facts are known to but few even in Austria, although this colonization always had a very important political significance. The settling of Germans in Hungrary where they are known as 'Schwabs,' was started by Empress Maria Theresa in 1764. She sent 40,000 German peas ants to Hungary, colonizing them near the Roumanian borders. Today these settlers in Hungary have increased to almost 1,000,000." The many thousand Ruthenians in Canada and the United States, from the provinces of Austria, are wholly in sympathy with the allies and entire- ropean nations have known of-these hy emancipated from any allegiance to 1 A J. 1 i 1 JSC 3 I plots, or at least have suffered from them, is now beyond Question. That we in America have been the foolish dupes of these cunning thieves, many people are still too simple to credit. the former German tyrants. That their fellow Slavs In the Ukraine have any sympathy with the kaiser and his methods is not to be believed. As a matter of fact the president of the new A forceful presentation of the case Republic of Ukrainia, Michael Krushev against the German steamship com panies, and the whole German system w vjci i, uiuiiuuca, xuu ui. v.uiu, give a ' ' . . - teaspoonf ul of ''California SvruD of . of espionage, propaganda and deliber- aic xuuikuc ia uiuuc uy J.ueuuuic sky of Lemberg, was a member of the German general staff. 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 other kind with contempt. Adv. Reasonable Supposition. There is a feller here who owns a "Queer animal," said the landlord of the -Petunia tavern. "It has a head like a turtle and a body like a calf. There Is fin along Its spine. It has feathers on its body, fur on its legs, and a spike r sticker on the end of its tail. It whistles up to ten o'clock in the morn ing, and then brays till noon. After 'Wards " "Nonsense I" said the guest, whose 'Countenance was shaped considerably like that of a rare old fiddle. "You don't expect me to believe a fantastic tale like that, do you?" "Well, I heard you saying a little while ago that you feared we could never whip the Huns and might even tually be compelled to conclude a Ger man peace. Of course, if you believe that you will believe anything." Kan aas City Star. Every Profession Has Its Indorsers of Eagle Remedy Prom physicians to lawyers, mer chants, mechanics, locomotive engi neers, office men and housewives come Words of highest praise for the effec tiveness of Eagle Pile Remedy In ban ishing piles of every form. Some of recent origin and others of long stand ing. Because Eagle Pile Remedy, by its (entirely practical home treatment, taken Internally, banishes piles from the source Instead of treating the re sult of ailments incident to their cause. Try a box, If you are troubled now. Or have a box handy when they begin to appear. Send $1 to the Reed Dis tributing Co., 141 Godwin Street, Pat arson, N . J. Or drop a postal for an xplanatory booklet. It Is free. Adv. The Bird Man of the Future. "Confound It!" exclaimed the bird man of 2G74 A. D. "Smatter pop?" asked the night owl. "Oh, I was going to fly out a little With the boys last night, but my wifq tuck my wings full o' molasses and 1 couldn't fly any farther than the Y. M. C A. 1" Richmond Times-Dispatch. Kahn of Lemberg. Mr. Kahn shows 1 that the German steamship organiza- , tion has been from its very beginning 1 . X A i.1 y-t in j 1 a yai t oi uie vjrerman imiuury mucnine. "It has shaped itself," he says, "in the different countries and conspired slowly and for some decades in silence and secrecy, employing for its purpose in every country the most monumental intriguers of a particularly heinous type. The offices of the German steam ship companies were centers of the German espionage system. The agents or the German lines . . . were drilled and directed from a military establishment controlled by an Irre sponsible government. "lheir meshes of imperial propa ganda and subsidies spread to all coun tries. Many of the dupes of their ac tivities regarded the news set afloat by them as gospel truth. The agencies of these companies were an important part of the German spy system, whose activities were classified under various heads; military, naval, diplomatic, commercial and agents provacateurs. In the offices of Balin and Heinecken nearly every plot for German expan sion has been hatched. "Many of the different patriotic na tional religious and commercial socie ties, naval leagues, leagues of Truth, bowling clubs, singing societies, etc., throughout Galicia, Bukowina and Eu ropean Russia, have been secret of fices of the German Steamship com panics where propaganda was carried on under the protection of national law with the intention to influence law makers and rulers. "An important factor in the league of these societies were the many Aus trian army officers who have been sta tioned in the border towns of Galicia and the Bukowina. The greater part of Austrian army officers are burdened with heavy debts. Many of the gar risons situated on the borders of Aus tria and Russia have been "Strafgar- nisonen" (punishment garrisons) where officers whose pay has been con fiscated have been sent. Therefore it is not surprising that they have been easily influenced by the sound of gold. They have secretly acted as agents for the German steamship companies. These army officers as well as officials of the Austrian government, pro fessors, school teachers, etc., worked and intrigued together wherever they could. The activities of these devotees and servants of kaiserlsm have been many and varied, but always with the one end in view. "It was the task of these votaries to prepare calmly and methodically the population for any plan hatched in the war ministry, to influence and slacken any vigilance directed against German interests, to safeguard German monopo lies in foreign countries, to sign 'Au thoritative Opinions' when needed. Their activities included to start and THE DAY Dandruff and Itching. 3?o restore dry, falling hair and get rid of dandruff, rub Cuticura Ointment Into scalp. Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Foi free samples address, "Cuticura, Dept X Boston." At druggists and by mail, floap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv. Where He Got the Idea. "Shakespeare said that all the world was a stage." "Um. Do you suppose the streets were filled with these chorus-girl cos tumes In his day?" By JULIET WILBOR TOMPKINS of the Vigilantes. It will come some day do you rea lize it? On some one glorious day the enemy will cry, "Kamerad!" In good earnest, and there will be peace. Picture that day. The crowds in the streets are going about their business, the Red Cross rooms are humming with work, the thousand war activities are grinding at full speed, every moth er and father is facing the morning with a heart braced for loss, every loyal citizen is at his post of service: and suddenly the news! The crowded avenues turn white; all up and down their length they have blossomed white with the open news papers that have magically sprung in to every one's outstretched hands. Everybody in the long, stopped stream of humanity holds a newspaper or reads his neighbor's ; everybody knows everybody, shares with everybody: strange hands clasp, strange eves, meeting, overflow; and there Is just one first thought, not trlumDh. nor democracy, but "Those boys those good boys they can come home !" And the second thought will be, "We've done it ! We've nut it through !" m. And then, standing there, they begin to sing, the men with bared heads: they send up such a song as the skies have never heard since time was "Glory, glory, hallelujah !" "Praise God, from whom all blessings flow!" The melting pot is a slow process that song will melt all into blood brothers at the first chord. Oh, how they will sing, those standing men and women! And then with one impulse they will surge into the churches, into the cathedrals for when man has been granted the supreme boon, he must fall on his knees, whether he knows God or not. And no one who rises up from that silence will ever lose its mighty vibration. That day is not a vision; it is com ing as surely as tomorrow. Then will you have it tomorrow? Or will you put it off for four more bleeding years? It Is in your hands. Every effort, every dollar, you give to service, short ens the waiting. If all gave all they could, the day could not hold back an other hour. When you buy the things you most want, you are not conscious of sacrifice in paving the sum de manded. Fix your eyes on the day the day when the avenues will sudden ly blossom white with the news of peace and you will want that with so burning-an urgency that you will come running with its price. wmr m THE TIDE. M SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Kaae, the antiseptic powder to be fc&lren Into the shoes and sprinkled in the foot bath. It relieves painful, swollen, smarting feot and takes the sting out of corns and bunion Used by the American, x British and French troops. Allen's Foot Ease is a certain relief for tired, aching feet. Sold everywhere. Adv. Whoever chooses his wife for the way she looks on the street seldom makes a serious mistake. HATS OFF TO THIS MOTHER! By HERMANN HAGEDORN of the Vigilantes. Regimental Sergt. Maj. William B. Jenkins. Three Hundred nnrl "EVvnrtVi maintain the necessary crusade when- field artillery, is dead at Camp Upton, ever required Dy tneir paymasters, to but his soul is marching on. It is a arouse enthusiasm for war in one coun try, to preach peace and good faith in another, to weave new intrigues, to place interpellation in foreign parlia ments, to see to publication of memo randums, to address applications and petitions to the authorities, to invent slanderous and malicious tales, to cir culate and hold discussions in public, to foster strikes, to inflame through publications and newspapers the public mind. And through this system thev bamboozled the public in a direction desired, placing a perpetual screen be fore the people and reality." It is interesting to note in connection with Germany's wail for freedom of the seas, that since German confedera tion no foreign vessels have been ad mitted to German ports except under vexatious restrictions, and that Ger man steamship companies have always prevented the working of other lines in continental Europe, so far as thev Fine Chance to Play. The ocean fairies were riding In their boats of foam on top of the breakers. , They 1 were having such fun ' and laughing as they rode over the waves and back again. "Come into the shore," . shouted the sand fairies. "We want you to play with us. We are lonely, very lonely." "Sorry," said the ocean fairies, "but we can't come now. 0 It's not time." "Come soon," said the sand fairies, "and we'll make castles while we wait." The ocean fairies called back again, but their voices could not be heard for the ocean was very rough that day. The waves were high and sometimes the ocean fairies fell out of their boats of foam. But quickly they climbed back again so as not to miss any of the breakers. Children came down to the beach and played in the sand. They did not know that the sand fairies were all around them. The sand fairies, you see, are just the color of the sand so no one can really see them just as the daytime fairies are bright and dazzling like the sun. "It's low tide," said the children, "we've some time to play." And then the sand fairies were glad that the ocean fairies were not coming in for awhile. It gave the children such a fine chance to play in the sand. It was the first warm day too, that is warm enough to play in the sand, and Mr. Sun was helping to keep it good and warm. , But the, tide was talking to old Mother Ocean. "What did you think of it?" asked the tide. "I don't know what you are talking about," said old Mother Ocean. "Won't you tell me?" "The sand fairies asked the ocean fairies to play with them!" "And why shouldn't they, pray tell?" asked old Mother Ocean. "Because I wouldn't let them !" said the tide. "I wouldn't disappoint or disobey my two good friends for any thing in the world. I simply couldn't. That's all there Is to it." "Dear me, but you are very deter mined, Mr. Tide. Won't you please tell me what you mean? I don't like to appear stupid. But really I haven't TO PREVENT WORMS IN PIGS Especially Important to Protect Newly Farrowed Animals From Intestinal Parasites. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Recent investigations have shown the importance of taking special pre cautions with newly farrowed pigs to prevent their becoming infested with Intestinal worms. Intestinal worms are very common parasites among pigs, and cause a great deal of damage to the young animals. It appears that as they become older pigs become less susceptible to infection. Accordingly, if pigs can be protected from infection during the first few weeks of life they are less likely afterwards to be serious ly injured by intestinal worms of the common variety. The worms are spread by means of eggs of microscopic size which are de posited by the adult worms in the in testines of infested pigs, and which pass out of the body in the feces. After a period of incubation which varies ac- fv' 7 ' i THIS WEAl fOMOTIIEt TeUsHowLydiaE.PpkW Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Philadelphia, Pa "I was , Uways tired, my back tSSRft time. I went to. I had nervous bit gestion, which S. ded to my e6k condition kept raa worrying most cf said if I could rJ stop that, I co jot get well I LvdiaE-Pini-w.' Vegetable Com! . en 4 withoutdistressornervousness MrV J. Worthline, 2842 North Taylor c? Philadelphia Pa. Wwt, The majority of mothers nowadan overdo, there are so many demand! upon their time and strength; the result is invariably a weakened, run-down, nervous condition with headaches, back ache, irritability and depression and Boon more serious ailments develon It is at such periods in life thatLydiaE.' Pinkham't Vegetable Compound will restore a normal healthy condition it did to Mrs. Worthline. ' M "Beaver Board" One Way of Preventing Worms in Pigs Is to Provide Good, Sanitary Quarters. Use "BEAVER BOARD" for your walls and ceilings. It is air. tight and wind-proof. Any carpen ter or workman can put it on. It produces far more tasteful effects than plaster and is more economical. STRATT0N & BRAGG CO. Petersburg Virginia "Beaver Board Distributors. WOOL We Pay Hiohest Market Prices for V'rolnia and North Caro Una Wool No commission deducted. We are buyers for large mm consuming half million pounds a month. Write or sliip to us and we will allow full market price no expenses !- - - - 1 K " M.fv ortucuicill. n I ll-J oi . ' louij yuKm lur niues. kms ana Tallow. P. 0. Box 775 Richmond, Va. cording to temperature and other con- ditions, the egg contains a tiny embry ; onic worm, and is ready for further de j velopment when swallowed by a pig. j The eggs are highly resistant and may ! retain their vitality for years. It is ! therefore evident that in course of tim ! the ground in yards where pigs are I OM Virginia Hide and Wool CoMlnc. aeyi may Decome very neaviiy laden with the eggs of the worms. When the eggs are swallowed the young worms hatch out, 'but do not im mediately settle down in the intestine. They get into the circulation and are carried to various organs of the body, including the lungs. Meanwhile they increase somewhat in size and undergo certain changes of structure. In a week or ten days they can be found in Infected pigs examined post-mortem the faintest idea what you are driving j crawling up the windpipe into the moutn ana down the esonhnsnis into lcH". Indlan Vegetable Pills contain nothing but vegetable lngredlenta, which act vntly &a a tonic and purgative by stimu lation and not by Irritation. Adv. With plenty of ambition and husth man is equipped for wonder working question indeed whether in death he may not do more to defeat the Ger mans than he could ever have done in life. For his death has brought from his mother an utterance of stirHncr patriotism that is sure to rouse to greater effort the defenders of America abroad and at home. Sergeant Major Jenkins came from Holladay, Tenn., and it is from there that his mother, Mrs. M. E. Jenkins, writes as follows to Maj. J. D. Whitman:- "Allow me as one wrho has lived un til I am now an old woman to express to you my thanks and appreciation for your many courtesies to me as mother of Sergt. Maj. William B. Jenkins. I had hoped my boy would get his chance in France, but it was not to be, so I am as submissive to his death as if he had died in the trenches in Eu rope. Please accept my thanks for all your kindness and to any of his could. Third-class passengers, for in- comrades that were with him in his stance, were not allowed to pass sickness. With a sad heart I dictate through Germany if they wished to sail these lines, but wifh a quickening pulse uj uuu-weruiuu lines. ana an accelerated being I look for- One of the favorite nlans of German- ward to the dnv mrVmn t4-n v. - I J H,IU1J Slilli lzing European countries is simply to come to the brave boys who are eivine "" uuuearuuie ior non-iierman ineir lives for our beloved land 1 mooS unaer German rule, to force them shall ever love a soldier boy May 'o Agrafe, and then to plant German God's blessing be on vou " at. "I'm not driving at anything," said the tide proudly. "I'm not a horse and I'm not a motor car and it's abso lutely impossible for me to drive at anything or for anything. I wouldn't be a horse or a motor car if I could be one. It's far finer to be the tide, i It's not so common and usual." ! "Where I am," said old Mother I Ocean, "you come too. But I beg your pardon if I hurt your feelings or in sulted you. I'm sure I didn't mean to. simply wanted you to, explain your self, and I used an expression, or say ing, which I have heard grown-ups and children use when they were bathing in my great and mighty bath-tub." 'Forgive me for being impatient." said the tide humbly. "I meant, you see, that the ocean fairtes couldn't possibly play with the sand fairies before I let them. And I wouldn't let them ahead of time because I am the tide, and I have certain hours for going in and certain hours for going out. "No one can change me, for my rulers are Mr. Sun and Mr. Moon, and not for anything would I disobey them." "No," agreer? old Mother Ocean, "it would not be wise to disobey two such high and noble rulers." "And if I did disobey them," continued the tide, "I would so upset my great-grandmother Nature that she would never g$t over it." And Mother Ocean understood. For she knew the tide's time-pieces were Mr. Sun and Mr. Moon! "Yes," she said, "I cannot imagine what would happen to your great grandmother Nature if you should disobey the Sun and Moon. I really would hate to think what would hap pen. It would be quite too dreadful." "Don't worry, dear old Mother Ocean," said the tide. "I'll never dis obey them and I'll always be loyal to my great-grandmother Nature, who has made me such a wonderful, won derful thing the tide!" Mingled Tears and Joy. The first Easter was a day of min gled tears and joy, and so is the last Easter. Like the women who wept at the tomb of Christ, so the women of the world are weeping for fallen sons and brothers. But the joy that dried the tears of the women of long ago comforts the hearts of the mourn ers today, as the aogels whisper, "He Is not here. He Is risen." Girl'a Companion. NIIC-O-PDNE An excellent remedy for insects on plants, such as Roses, Palms, Ferns and Vegetable plants or money refunded. Price 35 centi delivered to any part of the United State. Reference: Union Savings Bank. F. H. KRAMER. lac. 916 F, Washington. D. C BAGS WANTED Second-hand Bags, burlap, (crap baezine and twine. Wria for price. RICHMOND BAG COM'T Department 1108 . Cary. Richmond. Catb for Old False Teeth Pon t matter If broken. I pay 12 to 115 per set LU LUt Ik"- cnld IawaW Will snnri rajch hv return mnil Knd will hold goods 10 days for sender's approval of and old i Mill 11 Bay nrlce. Hall . Marer, Oept. B, 8007 8. 6th St., Palla, u "Come Into Shore." the the stomach. In the normal course of events they finally reach the intestine again, where they develop slowly to maturity. Small pigs if their lungs are invaded by large numbers of the young Intestinal worms are liable to develop pneumonia, which may prove fatal. It is not improbable that many cases oi lung trouble among young pigs are caused by these worms. The question of preventing losses among young pigs by worms, judging from the results of the investigations carried on in the zoological division of the bureau of animal industry, largely resolves itself into a auestion of viding good sanitary conditions for the . of Paragraph , S. O. , in his hand, pigs, particularly during the suckling It was evening, and only a major and period. The sows before farrowing a captain were present, should be kept in clean, dry places "What do you want?" asked the cap away from mud wallows, and until the tain. pigs are several weeks old they should "Transportation, sir," replied Pri be kept preferably in buildings and i vate Jones, putting forth his best sa- nuors wnicn can be easily lute, "this order says I've got to go-" "Well, I'll be," said the captain, InterruDtinor. "This is the Inst Dlace MENACE TO SHEEP INDUSTRY i 1 exPeed to see you." mi "Well, for the love of Mike!" ex claimed Private Jones. "I'd 'a known W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 23-1918. MUSTACHE COMES WITH BARS Or, at Least, That Would Seem to Ba the Idea That Was in the Mind of Private Jones. Somewhere in France, they're all here or they will be. Private Bill Jones, late customs in spector at San Francisco, walked into cleaned and which are kept clean. Dogs and Coyotes Constitute One of Greatest Drawbacks to Wool and Mutton Business. pou in a minute If it wasn't for that mustache and the a shoulder bars." The captain used to be in the im migration department In San Francis zo and he and Private Jones used to (Prepared by the United States Depart- , ---- - "6..V.UHUIC.J .u uuu ne ana Wool and mutton are commnnrimo higher prices than ever before and sup! i plies of wool are being depleted so rap- p,,i idly that it will take some time after Soph-I was Tver to see her last trad" savsBullet " W wh'en ome on e thr"'' brlca sc "1 " r gin m tne side! ,j"iLi-i3 uci" uueiu oi agriculture. Tne united States is the greatest shortage of mutton and wool in the history of the country. It is the duty of the American farmer to increase the supply. The sheep-killing dog constitutes one of the greatest menaces to the success of the sheep industry. i The dog not only kills sheep but keeps out of the sheep business men who are otherwise inclined to go Into 1 1 The most effective method of dealing with the sheep-killing dog Is through efficient legislation. Notable progress has been made by several states in enacting good dog laws and others are expected to tako similar action. No law, however well worded It may be, can be effective unless it Is en forced and has the moral support of he people who are affected by It, Uniform state dog laws are desira- Fresh Did it hurt her? . Soph No ; but It broke three of mj fingers. Burr. Feed Is Assured. The silo located near the feed manger is an assurance of having feed near at hand in stormy as well as fair .weather. One Kind. "Have you grills in your house?" 'Well, my wife puts me through one every time I stay out late." Yoy Know IThe Fine Flavor 'POST IS FOUND IN NO OTHER CORN IFLAKES