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Still Muzzled THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1919. BERLIN, Nov. 3.-(By United 75c Press.) Germany still has a muzzle or perhaps halter is the better word on her press, according to Carl D. Groat, Staff Correspondent of the United Press. URIG ACID SOLVENT DOSES) German authorities resent such a claim, and the press probably won't admit it, but nevertheless, it is a fact There is no censorship in the strict sense of the word, but the news papers print practically what they are permitted to say and no more. If paper gets beyond the bounds of what the German government regards as propriety either in its news or torials, Noske quickly attends to the case or that publication. So, perhaps, it is small wonder that the press heeds the halter, and be haves properly. And the government still clings to the old institutions. The Allgemeine uung wmcn used to be the official moutnpiece of the kaiser regime is still purveyor of inspired news for ,n , government The government CIinBs to the Wolff teleeranh hu. reau as its distributer of official and inspired tidings, giving it preference over other agencies and individuals In fairness, be it said that a few men connected with the government, who have had experience with Amer ican Journalism have striven to di vorce the government and the press to play fairly with everybody and to avoid the official "doctoring" of news But their views go for naught.' Ger many has shaken off many of the old institutions, but there are a few les sons she has failed to learn and one is the matter of publicity. Rarely, if ever, does a newspaper complain of the system. The German papers have become accustomed to having their lesson read to them taking what was handed them ami seeking no more, an',- it is difficult to get out of the rut. Once in a great while a paper chirps up gently i ever government discrrmination. Daily the papers are allowed a glimpse at how the wheels go round as seen through strictly govern mental eyes. At such times, they are dropped some crumbs of information, but to a large extent are told whal to print and what not to print. Recently, the government has been boosting the cable rases, making it cuMimnuy more expensive to send ne"rs out of Germany. Of course, the government argues thnt the rate of exchange is such that the tolls are only slightly raised. However, ihlr Argument does not hold when the advances are examined carefully, and especially when the wretched condi tion of the cable system is considered. BOTTLE (32 FREE T.. i I -usi oecause you start the dav worried an tired, stiff legs and arm? and muscles, an aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back worn out before the day beeins do not think you have to stay in that condition. Start the day RIGHT. Be strong, healthy, feel fine. Get well! Get rid of pains, stiff joints, sore muscles, rheumatic snf. fering, aching back or kidney trouble. Start NOW. If you suffer from bladder weak-j ness, with burning, scalding pains, or Non-Union Men Join Walkout How and When to Take Aspirin threz 3. Between KNOXVILLE, Nov. ouu and 1,000 miners of the non union U. S. Coal & Coke company near Lynch, Ky., have walked out, several old time songs in which every body joined. A gold-lined silver set was sent to Mrs. Moore by her neph ew, Dr. Gass, of New Mexico. The. I gift of a gold thimble came from thy First See That the Tablets Youl '"embers of the Ladies' Aid. A pursa Yes; S. S. S. Is Purely Ve Nature's Safe Blood :etable are in and out of bed half a dozen times a night, you will appreciate the rest comfort and strength this treat ment gives. We will give you one 75-cent bot tle (32 doses) FREE and FREE book about Uric Acid and how to treat it to convince you the Williams Treat ment conquers Kidney and Bladdei diseases, Rheumatism and all other ailments, chronic or stubborn if causf ed by excessive Uric Acid. Send this notice to the Dr D A i ur:n: n . ' " minimus jo., jjept 1644. R. P; 0. Block, East Hampton, Conn., and re ceive by parcel post, delivery paid, a free 75-cent bottle (32 doses), with out obligation. Only one bottle tcs same person, address or family, Fine for "Acid" Stomach. and the remaining employes of that I l.v the safe and proper dire.-Hr.rw company, numbering between 1,000 ! each unbroken packuge of "Bay and 1,500 men, have asked to be! Tablets of Aspirin " tm0 unionized, and probably will go out today, according to information civen by officials of District No. 19. Uunited Mine Workers of America, from Jcl lico last night. These strikers, togetner with the ,000 miners of the Wisconsin Steel company at Benham, Ky., a non-union mine who walked out Saturday, have increased the number of strikers to more than 20,000 men in District No. 19, according to estimates compiled at the miners' headquarters in Jellico. The walkout at these places, ac-i cording to officials of the miners union, means that in all the territory embraced by this district, including T . lennessee and Southeastern Kentuckv only one large mine is in operation, that of the Black Mountain Coal com pany, near Harlan, Ky., where the miners have a contract with the com pany. May Ask Meat Take are Marked with the Bayer Cross." To get quick relief follow careful- in er Aspirin." This packaee is plainly stamped with the safety "Bayer Cross." The "Bayer Cross" means the tren-1 uine, world-famous Aspirin, prescrib ed by physicians for over eighteen years. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" can be taken safely for colds, Headache Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum bago, Rheumatism, Joint Pains, Neu ritis, and Pain Generally. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer" packages. As, piiiii is the trade mark of Bayer Man ufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid. V Tusculum Notes A J. .?. .?. . . . . of fifty dollars in gold was given by the missionary society and the mem bers of the session of the church, ami presented by Dr. Gray, to make Mr. j and Mrs. Moore both life members oj! the Missionary Society of the Pres-1 byterian church. Among the most ! appreciated gifts were the letters and ! telegrams received from those who! had lived in the Moore home whiw ouuuemn ui unege and i nose who had been in Craig Hall in the years that Mr. and Mrs. Moore were the house father and mother. Their many friends join in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Moore continued years of hannine and usefulness. Dean Hirschman attended the East ern Tennessee teacher's ConfVivniu. , and, as chairman of the association of Deans, submitted reports on Inter collegiate Athletics and Forensics. The luscuium this year took the form of "Safe and Sane," instead of mischief. On Friday evening the large gymna sium was gay with light and color' md heavy with mystery and hints On the Market Half a Century. ncn you are in perfect health, and are enjoying a strong and vigorous Wulity, it i, then .hat your blood it free from all impuri ties. You should be very careful and give heed to the slightest indica tion of impure blood. A biggish circulation is often indicated bv reatment an impaired appetite, a feeling of lassitude and a general weakening of the system. It is then that yon should promptly lake a few bottles ff S. S. S. It will aid ia cleani ng the blood ami build up and hen the whole system. S. S. S. is Sold ftV all ltrta;. Valuable information ahnnt th. blood supply can be had free h writing to the .Swifr Snifi. r 50 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, C Kentucky Flood Makes Over 200 Families Homeless LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 3.-More than two hundred families have been driven from their homes and prop erty damage estimated at more than $1,000,000 h;i t,..nn celebration of Hallowe'en at Lf Civm, .iv,,.- i r. P' "ieen nver in Green countv. hc- cording to reports received here last night. Farm buildings and many thousand acres of crons hnv lnr.n destroyed. The river, which over- Mrs. Will Henry, of New Market PfirC RnrliwaJ a foriTler student. has boen visiting mCeS KeaUCed her aunt. Mrs. J. L. Moore and other Berlin Must Pay for Scapa Flow Germany wants the rest of the world to know about herself, but Post fend Telegraphs Minister Giesberts runs his shop with a high hand and disregards his conferes' advice against maicing communication with the out side world too difficult and expensive. Flying Parson Flies to Pulpit RALEIGH, N. C., Nov. 3.Lieut Melvin W. Maynard, tho "flying ar son." first to finish in the transcon tinental air race, landed in Raleigh yesterday and delivered a sermon to the largest congregation in the his tory of the Baptist tabernacle. Lieut. Maynard will continue his flight toward Clinton. N. C, his coun try home, where he Is to give exhi bition flights this week, but will stop at wane forest college to be honor guest at a reception planned in his honor. Governor Bickett, Col. Albert I. Cox and Dr. W. L. Poteat, president of the college, will participate in the welcome. Maynard's present flight began at Mineola, Long Island. Bryan to Speak in Knoxville PARIS, Nov. 3. Demand will be made of Germany that all violations of the armistice shall be made good This has been decided upon by the supreme council which has completed the protocol to the German treaty, j The protocol provides that Ger many shall surrender cruisers nn.l destroyers to replace those sunk at Scapa Flow, and also surrender float ing dry docks, lighters, cranes, tuiw an.! nthpi hqitdI . . "" cuiymem equal m value to that of the first class bat tleships destroyed, which Germany cannot replace. There is no provision in the protocol as to how the warships and naval supplies shall be divided among the allied and associated powers. Ger many has been asked to send a com mission to Pari to ign the protocol i and attend the formal ratficaton of the treaty. The supreme council has completed its reply to the Bulgarian request for changes in the peace treaty and will probably submit it to the Bulgarian representatives tomorrow, granting 10 nays tor the signature. KNOXVILLE, Nov. 4. Sweeping reductions in the retail price of fresh meats may be ordered by the Knox county price fixing committee late this afternoon. Extensive investing. tions by members of the committee and government officials into the cost of producing beef and pork products and reductions are expected to follow. Gen. W. T. Kennerly, United States district attorney, has taken an active part in the investigation. He stated that the prices being paid for cattle either on foot or drpssed An justify the prevailing retail prices The action of the committee will be awaited with great interest. Prices of other foo,! and commodi ties may also be considered at this meeting. Big Schools Making Progress Terrorists Are Landed in Jail ASHEVILLE, N. C, Nov. S.Thir teen young men of the Barnardsville section of this county were arrested yesterday by sheriff's deputies on charges of forming an organization which the officers say has caused n reign of terror in the community for several weeks. The use of dynamite to break up religious gatherings is the most serious charge against the men. All gave bond for appearand-1 today for trial. The eiieged motive for the rpitrn nf f,. : . :j . i been that two or three men were or dered to leave the coMmunlty to seek work. Many dogs were killed and placed on the porches of their masters. NEW YORK. Nov. 1 (By United tress.) Classrooms crowded to ca pacity, American college and univers ny attendance records this fall have proved that youth has taken more seriously than ever the matter of get ting an education, after returning from the school of war. Reports from every section of the country have shown large gains in at tendance figures. Dormitories, room ing houses and fraternity houses in every college town are crowded. In I many sections scores of applicants have been turned away for lack of room. WANT INSURANCE? URUE & CO. SEE S. B Death to End Sleeping Sickness NEW YORK. Nov. S.- Mrs. Dora Mintz, who has been sleeping con tinuously since October !, is not ex pected to live. Physicians attending hei reported today that, she is grow ing weaker and that little hope is 'lehj for her recovery from the "sleep ing sickness." GREENEVILLE ROUTE 14 Mr. J. L. Lowry returned home Friday, after spending a few week with relatives in Nor th Carolina. Miss Elizabeth and Mr. Sam Humphreys were calling on Fannio Lacy and Lura Seaton Wednesdav night. There will be a pie upe cake walk and candy race at Cove Creek school house Wednesday night, No vember 5th. Everybody invited to ocme. The proceeds Will ha Paarl fn KNOXVILLE, Nov. 3. William Jennings Bryan will arrive in Knox ville late Tuesday afternoon and will speak in Market, hnll t s-an n,.ii. under the auspices of the Knox Conn- the bnafit cf the sch"" ty League to Enforce Peace. Duei Mr- CIark Kinser was calling on to unavoidable delay, Mr. Bryan will his couuins, Misses Fannie and Lacy not reach the, city in time to address Seaton Sund-iy night, the student body of tjie University What has become of the corres- ....CMCe mesaay arternoon as he: ponueut at l!ag Branch. We would onir.nany planned to do. enjoy readier a leiier from ih-M niu.. GET BEADY I Vll 1 L.O Keep Yorr Liver Active, Your System Purified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotabs, the Nausealess Calomel Tablets, that are De lightful, Safe and Sure. The Knoxville Publicity club has changed its plans and will entertain Mr. Bryan at a dinner at the Board of Commerce at six o'clock Tuesdav ill vir ,':y , ; in i.ei i "c a:'.u.iif Mr. Lee Susong and Miss Dessie and Mr. Bulger Fillers called on Fan nie, Lacy and Lura Seaton Sunday. Master Cnarley and Ray Humph. 7,nf J"' or '""cheon. Invi-! reys were shopping in Grec-ntville re- .-..u..i uet-n extended to 150 prominent East Tennesseans by the i'uo. ine dinner will he given at six o'clock so that it will not inter fere with the plans for the Market hall meeting. cently, There is Sunday school at Allen's Chapel every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Everybody invited to come and bring a friend with you. LITTLE BEN. n.yxieiiiiis and Druggists 'X tlteir 1 ricn.M In ko.Cji tl,"';. piiriiieii and their (ii-g;:j;s in v nrking order j,s a protect ion me return ot ml luem'.a. They luio that a clogged up system and ;i l;iz, liver favor niMs, influenza and serk.uV ( onipliraliiuiH. To cut sliort :i cold overnight ;inil to "(Mcnt serious ci-mplitioas take one f.'alotab ;it l):'tHw;i" wrh a svi-;illov or' water--that 'a all. St. salts, no nunsa, no grijiing, no .sickening after effects. -Next morning your (old vanished! yaur liter is active, yo;iv ayxieui w pitri-!i-d alul -elVished Mid yen an, fe,.ljn 'm- itfi a hearty apoetde for lirfik :.'-st. hat what you pica m -,r0r (....iuluhs are sold only iu yrigiual waled packages, price ihiHy-fjve cents. Every dn'g.'jc Jo .iihnr'mu tn ,...., j your money if von are net perfectly delighted with OJrdal.s. Adv.) friends the past week. Dr. Crawford, of Pikeville, will preach at Tusculum church next Sun day, November 9th. Dr. Finley, of Hot Springs, preached morning and evening of the first Sunday in the month. Dean Hirschman and Mrs. Hirsch man and son and Prof, and Mrs. A. ('. Holt went to Bristol to witness the football wallop Saturday, remaining over night wit hfriends in Jonesboro Rain at the apparent wrong time is one of the inevitables of life. J'rof. F. W. Alexander, of Johnson City passed through Greeneville er route to the Educational Association at Knoxville, meeting several old Tusculum friends on the train. Dr. C. O. Cray was in Knoxville at tending the Educational Conference Dr. Gray is president of the college, division of the association and pre sided over this division on Friday. Prof. A. C. Holt attended the teach era Conference in Knoxville and spoke on Thursday on "Ways ant' Means of Arousing a Greater Inter est In the Study of History." Mrs. A. T. Holt was in Jolinsor City Thursday to attend a missionary meeting. Miss Mabel Moore, a graduate of Tusculum and Home Demonstration Agent of Greene County, led the dis cussion Thursday afternoon on the ubject of the Co-operation of all Economic Agencies. Mr, Albert Adams, a missionary who has seen nearlv twent.v vrart' service in the Cameroon, West Afri ca, spoke in the chapel Friday morn ing. Mr. Adams is visiting the churches in the Greeneville Presby tery and tells an interesting story of the wonderful advance in Mission works and results among the Afri cans. His account of the r.prmnn outrages toward the natives and their treatment of the missionaries is new and different in many ways from tin usual war story. Churches not avail ing themselves of the privilege of; hearing Mr. Adams are losing a great chance for information and instruc tion in mission work. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs j J. L. Moore, who lived in Johnson j Citv durinw thi limp tlinii- on 1..V..J A. Moore, was pastor of the Presby , terian church, will be interested to know that they celebrated their Gol den Wedding on October 27th. An ! "At Home" in the afternoon was at- tended by friends in the College and! community, and the evening enter- i tainment was for the officers of the! church, '.he choir and relatives of the 1 Moore T -'iiily. The decorations were ; I golden ehryoanthemi'ms and the yel-! low autumn leaves. The dining room ' iwas particularly beautiful, the ceil-' ling draperies and (able decorations; j being carried out in gold and white. ,' ; Mr. ami Mrs, Monro have lived almost , all their married life in Greene eoun-1 'v. beginning their housekeeping on i the old Holt place, the house of Mr. j Moore's omther. There are two liv ing children, Miss Mabel Moore, ' Greene County Demonstration Agent ; for the Red Cross, and Dr. Jere A.' Moore, well known in Johnson City, 1 and now pastor of the Harris St. I Presbyterian church in Atlanta. Ga. j There are also two grand-children, ' son and daughter of Dr. Moore. To j add to the interest of the occasion, , the same day was the eleventh anni- I versary of the wedding of their son, who was present with his family, j There was a short address by Dr.! Jeremiah Moore a cousin, who was ! present at the wedding fifty years ago. ; Miss Lucille Alexander and Profes sor McAmis led in the of I flowed its hanks as a result ,.f iv oncoming proceedings. Indians, ani- days of heavv rains. w.m ,i rising last, night. No deaths have mals, sage, wonders of color, inno cent babes, and spirits from the in fernal region mingled in harmonious hilarity. At the ringing of the hell and after a few words by Dean Hirschman, each body and spirit tlit- ieii lo its own particular sphere nnd the fun began. Evelyn Rankin's childish voice warbled a love song, while the children of Prof. A. C. Holt went through a mock wedding ceremony in grown-up style. The classes then took possession of the irena in succession, a large audience leoking on from the gallerv. The Se niors led in novelty of detail and cos- tume in depicting Noah preparing for the flood. The Juniors gave a start-i:.,,- :.. i , , nun cum wenu representation oi a Senior in Hades. The Second year's had a (ine Indian scene villi a war dance and the scalping of a third year victim. The freshmen enacted the burial of a Sophomore which was also realistic. A marriage in darkey high life was a comical and clever bit of acting by the fourth year's. Judges were appointed to decide the merits of each performance and awarded the first prize to the Soph omore class which represented Col lege life by the Old Woman in a 3hoe, the children beiny the differ.! ent classes passing on, the changes ac-1 eompanied by singing. The second! prize went to the fourth year class. I The third year's had a Martha Wash-1 ington Lady Ball, the good of which I :nspired the Virginia Reel as a clos-i been reported. REENEVILLE ROUTES 5 AND (i The farmers of this section have finished sowing wheat. Miss Kate Humbrml called on Miss Margaret Hankins Sunday. The school at Gass' Bridge is pro gressing nicely. Miss Mary Lloyd is the teacher. Mr. Theron Hankins killed hogs to day. Miss Lucy Hankins spent Sunday at the Britton home. Mr. Carl Brown called on Miss Ella Dixon Sunday. Mrs. Alice nnd Willis Gass spent Monday at Theron Hankins'. Miss Mary Lloyd passed through our burg Sunday. Miss (.race Justin attended preach ing at Gass' Bridge Sunday. Mr. Kay Dixon called on Miss Frank Hankins Sunday. Misses Trace and Laura Gass, Bob Dixon and Charles Gass attended prayer meeting Sunday night at tho brick. Mr. Marion Brown had the misfor tune of getting his shoulder broken. Miss Myrtle Bass spent the week end with home folks. Mrs. Mollie Ross' Children gave her a surprise birthday dinner Sun day. Misses Trace and Laura Gass call- Non-Resident Notice E. V. EVANS va. W. H. H. EVANS In the Circuit Court of Gr.eneTiIU, Greene County, Tenneiiee. In this cause it appearing from the allegations of the Complainant's Bill, which is sworn to, that the Defendant, W. H. H. Evans is a non-resident of the state of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered that pub lication be made for four successive weeks, as required by law, in The Greeneville Sun. a newsnanor ni.k. lished in said County, notifying aid non-resident defendant, to appear be fore our said Circuit Court, at a Court to be hidden at the Court-house in Greeneville, on the 2nd Monday in ' November, 1910, to-wit: On Monday, it being the I Oth day of November, I HI!), and make defense to said bill, or the allegations thereof will be taken for confessed and this cause set for hearing ex-parte as to them. This October Oth, 1919. L. L. NEAS, Clerk. Non-Resident Notice J. D. CAMPBELL ET AL v. MRS. L. B. SMITH ET AL. In the Circuit Court at Greenevilla, Greene County, Tennen.ee. To Mr.. L. B. Smith and T. M. Roger.. In this cai'se it appearing from the allegations of Complainant's Bill, which is sworn to, that the Defend ants, Mrs. L. B. Smith and T. M. Rogers are non-residents ( f the Rtate of Te;inessor. it is therefore ord-red, that pub lication be made for four successive weeks, as required by law, in th j Greeneville Sun, a newspaper pub lished iu said ou.ity, notifying said non-resident defendant, to appear before our Circuit Court, at a Court to be holder, at the Court-house in Greeneville, on the third Mcnday in November, 1919, to-wit: on Monday, it being the 17th day of November, 1919, and make defense to said bill, ing performance, followed by a feast'... I o Mr. Th.m u..nti., o.,.i.. or (he allegations thereof will be to ! . ' i ken for confessed nnd rhii nun JO a,u of candy and apples.. Captain Dobbins, of Atlanta, Ga.. visited his son, Peyton, in Tusculum, the week end. evening. Mr. Tine Britton passed through our burg Sunday evening. SIMONETTA. for hearing cx-parto as to them. This October 22, 1919. L. L. NEAS, Clerk. Oct. 2H, 29, & nov. 5 & 10-4t. Will Nuxated Iron Help Men 01 Today Gain Strength And Endurance Like Athletes of Old? Physician Says "Ycs"--Citc8 Ca?e of Jack Dempsey, Heavyweight Champion of the World SUPERMAN OF THE AGE Who Used Nuxated Iron as a Hart of C the training wnicn u a v e a ",, Him Siifh Ojl Marvellous ' - 7 f Physical De- ' J velopment tiiat He Was Able To Whip Mighty Jess Willard x sK&rst v--" -vmtm i aft.?- TV. every man wl,o lack, ,,hvS;,,l 'Jf ,f fa ' ' at tunes to the power ar.d ri,.r. V V'..'', f- - ' "g tiff jss. X ancp oi an jilileir, yn they K vu Mn;-. ft tp" I '. "CJf ifc? gl:i'r through Inr. weak, ncrvouo and run- f " t V'SMrW $-' Jf T JSk itown. when in reality their trouble m.iy be A M- JLrf .-Vtr i , thev not kept their b.o,! rah in k bWf ' - fiA h,;n the ail,:,,., M n.iKlit never have ,W VS 5? fi JV&r?1S. 1 jf Uelleviii- Hospital (duldnor Di'j't I, N'nJ r- FIXif I 4M VCCLaS J 1 1 York, and the Westohester Cm ,U I, ,,, i ' NK'A4l I ff iri V. f 1 .4 f -All.. The coarse foods and rigorous methods of living practised In ancient times made rich red blood for the men whose feats of strength and endurance won fame for them through the ages. Today modern methods of cookery extract much of the natural iron from our blood and this, coupled with the more rapid pace at which we live, make i't necessary in our present age to supply the iron deficiency thus caused by taking some form of organic iron Nuxated Iron so as to build up a race of sturdy, red-blooded men. j) I- ' ' mat muuern men who arc f.hirne, 0,. tiy worry, work and other Strains .tin-lit readily buil.l up '.heir s','enrh, energy and end'ir.nre bv increasing tie eupjily i iron in jclr Mood. As an example of the superb pb7sii-.il ""'"" '"''' ! o'iume.1 by a m.tn iwnv no toiiows proper methods of hvio . ?nd vi ho Ur.,K ,1S ,tu. )!,..; .!, .,,,.,,,,.1,: f'vmg iron, !)r. .-udii.in urns the ca.e of Jock Dr!,i,.f v. wl.o u-ed .Nnx.ited Jr i , pan of ilie training iicii gave nun WvJ, i:i.irve'oo- dev-lopnient that lie is no.v reco;. n:ed a r he- Superman of the ,gn ai.d pe.-. 1-ans 'he superior of any tamotis a'iiir'e of soi-iem lime,. In eonnection .villi di.uvrf .Nur.jtcl Iron, Oetnpsey ;avs: ' V froii pu! added power behind r. -r pomh an I jielped me to accomplish v.ha. I di 1 .it To ledo, l-rnin ihe .cstilts in my own case, where ihe po-session of Miper endnranec is i-.ei.es'arv. i :eel ,,'iat I am in a position to ttronelv recornniend Nuxated Jrwi to everv ma i ,-nol woman who wants P build greater strength, energy and power." To eomme-inif on the f.iretroin- MMeme I'-fl" ov Deo;,, ey, Dr. Sullivan S1VS- "Tf '"""'' "ct'"r " -very thinkiiiR f,.r..,n th-, ennsider it aJvi1lXytoU firr'T !t,,,.l', "p t"l nerwV-n the red blooj has won the djv simply because be knew the how niinh more important it Is for the ve r'n n, e itn.io t. ... ,1... ,u,.. :, .. f nt iron ., the blood. "-en ol rnrlK,. In tnv opinion el--inncles, thereby enrichinsr and fortifvio seerM of rt strmvth am) endunnec. irfcieb the blood a?jint the ravage of disease." comes from having plenty of iron hi the blood. If yon are not strong or well yon owe it while manv another has gone down to in to vonrself to make the fo'lnwing test: See Rloriotm defeat simply for lack of iron. Hiftfimiiti Jlw lfatald trim whfrh If pr.fcrtt4 omnendad bom, it not nnrAi ttulnn 11 knwo t dniKrlta. Unlike til otd.r la pf1arta It If imIt UfiMilad d, n4in ii. oipkt .hem bliok Dor iipwt ta M,a4fi. afaeircrf irnnalN acfttsfv.l ta4 Mtlr! 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