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THE SNEEDVILLE NEWS
THE MAKING OF . A FAMOUS MEDICINE How Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For Woman's Use. A viitit to the laboratory where this auccessful remedy is made impress even the casual looker-on with the reli ability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the making of this great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs are used anually and all have to be fathered at the season of the year when their natural juices and medicinal sub stances are at their best The most successful solvents are used to extract the medicinal properties from these herbs. Every utensil and tank that comes In contact with the medicine is sterilized and as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and scaled In sterile bottles. It is the wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with the skill and care used in its preparation which has made this famous medicine ao successful in the treatment of female ills. The letters from women who nave been restored to health by the use of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com. round which we are continually pub lishing attest to iU virtue. i Very Much 80. "What's been on the rariwt IntelyT" "King Albert going to Ilrussels, for one t hi n." Two ore needed to Mart a quarrel, hut one enn stop It. Tour Labor Counts every ounre of work you do helps some soldier. This war was fought as truly In the fbouschohl and In th work shop as It was In tho trenches, i Soma of our American women art Lome down physically and mentally, by the weakness ea of their sex. They ullcr from backache, dragging senna lion, bearing-down pain, very nervous and pain in top of bend. If they ask their neighbors they will Iks told to take a Favorxlt Inscription of Dr. Iierrc'a which has been ao well and favorably known for the past half century. Weak women should try it now. Don't wait! Today is tho day to Ispin. This temperance t mio ami nervinn a ill bring vim, vigor and vitality. Send Dr. l'icrre, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c. for trial pkg. lablrta. 'anrindtoa, IT. Ve tr. Pierce's ravurtte PrreoTiitiR greet help to durina at pectanry. My brelth Beamed to fail I became .11 rund.a. areak anil , aereoue, emilj not eel of eiewp eol aaa aauae aled all she tlma. I be- teams ravonw I'reerrtptioa aat II brought ma tl.rouih la enleuihd beellh auU toj uhf waa a)mn ami healthy. -Nn. A. K. Muk; 1719 rVemaa 4 a. Greater food value Increased palalabllity In making chocolate j2 BAKER'S CHOCOLATE with barley and buckwheat flour. t The chocolate covers the color and taste of the dark flour so it is practically as V V dft good as when made 5 with all white flour. This use of cocoa or chocolate increases the fod value of the pre pared dish. fiese.'ef e Oma Ktctpa sent Jut Walter Baker L Co. Ltd. lmi.Jl KM uoacurTrra. mass. 'ta I 3 km SALESMEN Our West Virginia Grown fl.i.M. iia f"lte eaeeaaalat rRSI. .a Caeaaoeeiaaei Faia :.. Wrt ear tarea. TU Gal. fl-mrr Cc. Hitoi City. W.Ti aw ajar. F II BIG HAPPENINGS OF THE WEEK CUT TO LAST ANALYSIS. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS Kernels Culled From Events of Mo merit In All Parts of the World Of Interest to All tha People Everywhere. Washington Extcns.nn of the time of federal con trol over railroad to five years or very early return of the projierties to their owners was declared necessary by Director (ieneral of Railroads Mc Adoo tit Washington. a a a Charles I'iez, vice president and general manager of the. Emergency Fleet corporation. Is to succeed Charles 31. Schwab hk director general of the corporation, It wan bald ut headquarters ut Washington. a a a Legislation providing for the coloni zation and farming of the pulillc land of America by the millions of soldiers released from the army Is strongly urged by Secretary of Labor William It. Wilson, In his umitnil report to President Wilson, made, pulillc ut Washington. a a a Abandonment of 1! war construc tion projects. Including 11 number of nitrate and other chemical plants. was announced liy the war depart ment at Washington. a a a More than UU0 Armenians have been massacred la renewed outrages by evacuating Turkish soldiers, diplo matic advices to Washington stutcd. a a a A Washington dispatch nays only 41 vessels of the navy. Including army mil cargo transports' manned by na val crews, were lost from the declara tion of war, April 0, 1017, until Iioh- llllles ceased November 11. And only 11! of these were destroyed by enemy oilitiiarlnes. a Twcnty-nlm battleships, manned by i,ihh men, will be maintained In ac tive service utter next March 1, 11c- roi'diug 10 tbi plans of the navy de- mUtiieiit nt Washington. a a a Vice President Marshall took the linlr when tin cabinet assembled nt Washington Tuesday, explaining as ie did so. tbnt he was acting out or leference to the desire of the presl leut. So far us anyone there knows u vice president never before has pre sided al a cabinet meeting. a a a l!cM. ration 0 normal passenger crvlco tins now lieeii UiHlenawen iy the in 1 1 ion ( I adinlnlslralloii at Wash ington. i.m Id liireclor Ueiicrnl Mc.dMt 11 n siiiteuo nt aildressed to the Amcr cail people llliilrnu bis pleil made lust .Iiuiiniiy for curtailment of pus enger travel for the war emergency. a a A Washington dispatch says Hint of III"' ".(IT'.'.sji men Inken oter Hie sln tlsllcs show -ttl'i N-r cent were curried In Americaii ships, -S In I. tit i ti and the balance In I'lciich and llnllan ves sels, according to olllelnl Huiires. a a a IJermiiiiv spent more than ?7..'''M,,, for the dissemllifilloii of propauaiidu in this country from the beginning of the war, according to thi testimony nf A. I'.ruce Uleliiskl, chief of the bu reau of Investigation of the depart ment of justice, on the stand at Wash ington, In the senate Investigation of Herman and brewery propngnndn. Some of this, he said, was used In pur chasing cunt rolling Interests In ticws-paM-rs. some for Hie printing and dis tribution of pamphlets a ml some wao sent to Hie Hcruniil coliMllatcs In principal titles. a a A Washington dispatch asya con gress will be asked to provide for an other bire Increase In the crmatient personnel of the navy. In his niiuunl resnt to SisTi'tnry Ihnib-U the chief of Hie bureau of miv Ustlon strongly re. .Miiini-lids further -pilllslou. Foreign .nut Milnrr will retire shortly n war minister, the liiuloti I'ailv I'a- ' pi . s.iy h It burns. a a j 'I be dltii lr of Hie Kriipp miiiillion j v.its. :m ..i nt i Hie Colocne t!n- t 7. i'.-. haw ;iii.innii! Ho-tr iuii-nt Un J ! ti :nsf ,,mi Hie pin ill Into a factory ile In tin- sits ,.f h su e. a a a A 1 p.-!Mi:t' " lisj.-it.!i sntH Hie N tn I -.ii to M.l- lm ili-i i-lis not to n .lid :io "l-l h t ic Ibis t. ar a a a ilnT'v ie'lriii; ',..i di IVnmls. Ibe Sp.'iisb ,i,it.-....r nt I'rfttin. fr.'iii Ho f unci 1011s ,.f lii. i!t) t l '.i! ,i,.. I 1 'i,.- t::.. til ilaMir :t Ma diet It I'.ll'lsli .telilli. r t";ill"-l-. I'lIlH lie 1 1 l'io on 1 i l"'i. urrivs, M 'm.si.h i ! I'rin. lb tit) of 11 uia. bro:t-r of to- foitiier tlinaan ois-ror. bis ir I iltiM-d ttn- i-lat'lt.bni-iit i.f a rnjal- 1.1 i...tlr In ;,Tini.i,r a,-onl;iir td rs ;.-.r- tr''t IbiilnDil j s I m WORLD Premier Lloyd Ueorge of Circa t -Irl-taln hua sent lustrm lions to have bis beudiiuurtera in Pans cbunged. It la now being moved to a villa which is but live minutes' wulk from Mr. Wil fcou's 1 urisiau White ll'Aise." a a a According to reiorts fro;.i Berlin, the entente overiiuieiits will refuse to send foodstuffs to Germany until au order for the dissolution of the sol diers' and workers' council U inude. a a a A Constantinople dispatch says Doc; tor ltuehld, former governor of the province of Diurhekr, und Lleuten nnts of Gendarmerie Chakrl and llarouu have been urrested for tbelr part In the Armenian massacres of PJ13 by the Turkish government. Their guilt has been established and sentences of death ure expected to follow. a William llohenzollern. former Oer- man emperor, has uttempted suicide, following mental depression, according to the Lelpslc Tugeblutt. which Is quoted In a Coueuhugeu dispatch to the London Kxchnnge Telegraph com puny. A me:uher of the former em ueror'a retinue who prevented Herr Iluheuzolleru from currying out his In tention wus wounded, It la said, a a A London dispatch says the general election campaign entered its tinul week. The number of contests with more limn two candidates Is unprece dented. Three-cornered Mghts ure the rule. a a U.S. Teutonic War News A Washington dispatch says six fire men mid a water tender were kliteii und ."1 other members of the crew : the IT. S. S. Iirooklyn were Injured !n 1111 explosion on the berth deck and In the bunkers of gas from coal dust while the ship was being coaled nt Yokoha ma, Japan, shortly lifter midday De cember S. a a a An Amsterdam dispatch says that the commander of the American forces In CobleiiK lias announced thut public life there is much us usual nnd no bumpering measures will be tukeu by the American forces. a a A Iterlln dispatch says twenty-six hundred American prisoners of war Interned nt Camp ltustutt left there for Switzerland. Two hundred other Americans who have been scattered In various camps In Germany ure lenvlns by way of Holland and Denmark. It Is expected that the Inst of the Ameri cans will bo out of German camp's by the middle of this week. a a Cobb-nx Is under the complete ml fnry control of the Ainerlcitns, a (he municipal authorities cooperating At the Coblenx end of the three bridges ncross the Khlne American sentries were posted. The American forces tisik charge nf the barracks and other buildings evneunted by the Herman troops. a a a After giving hearty greetings to the 1'reinh troops three weeks ago. Met received President Polncnre and representatives of every brunch of the Trench government. The American troops bad the honor of lending the line during the review nod "The Star- Spaticled P.at r" was wildly cheered as Hie regiment marched by in columns of elubt iii faultless style. . a European War News "If you want peace, you want a per manent pence," said Premier Lloyd Heore, In a spei 1 b nt I'.ristol. "If you want In prevent the horrors of war In. Itn; repealed, you must pul an end to conscript armies 011 the inntiiieiit of Ltirope." a a a The lknl Anr.elger of IVrlln says II learns from com-teiil sources that Marshal l-'ocli bus ugriisl u ostMinr Hie date for the surrender of nil Her man locomotives until February 1. a a a Polish Auierlcnn divisions, snys the Warsaw eorreswmdent of the Amster dam Wcser Zeltuiig, have eiiiburkcd at Havre for I'.-inrlg In occupy the prov inces f I'osi n Slid Silesia. The tieinl qunrtcrs of the Polish Americnn triMips, according to this Information, will be nt the town of Poactt. a a a Domestic One of the French mine svv ecpora re. itisl lost In a st,onn a week ago Mi-tt In lib lmr-l-on s nay ny onia ; of tlie Midland Prim-e. wlibb has rlviil at Sniilt Sic. Mil Ic. t "Tit. a a a The troopship ivrooniaiiil. rr.-m P.n-sl. France, w Hh S."J otnii rs and 1.1 st liiell (Inclildiui: TOI WOUI0I.-.I) on Ixmnl nrriveil at New York. a a a The Meamship Slcrr arrived at New lork. csrTylng 1.41 1 American lr.np fnm trninlni: :imj In lc- ; bind The men Ho.il the mils beer lug nnd navlna. as the i-s.-l went Into l r Perth. a a a I Tin- I'mpresa -f Pritfitn. earrvric it '..til. eta nod "JX" mti. lln!lld:TC li U. , ..uii i.tt. i :iii i1.. a--r .pj:idr.n and isMi-tru. Ib.ii 1 T'tnni-. arrived al ht 1 i.m k nt N. w V-rk frtu l.li tis.i. a a a ' T1... Infln.-i; nni'cnfiini til.l. ni'rf. fr.-iii s p' -ti.'-r Vs N.ivetuli-r PI re aijit's) In Vl:'s il.-nH s In Oiio.m St t"lmfi t.,b-i ! aisBt rsl bet l if Ct.lin-1t.sn trade Cv tC nili"ii t s. , nr- ride f.r Cjiuda tr lb- 1 1. sl.d Msira, it Irartxsl al M.M.'r. 1 LOOK AT CHILD'S TONGUE IF SICK, CROSS, FEVERISH RY. MOTHER! REMOVE POI CnNS FROM LITTLE STOMACH. LIVER, BOWELS. J Civt CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIG3 AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED. Look at the tongue, mother! If couted, 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, pnl, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu roily, or Is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad ; hns t.tomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a tPnspiMinful 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 delirious taste, and It always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." trhlch 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 mnde by the "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Compnny.M Refuse any other kind with contempt Adv. MANY OWN LIBERTY BONDS Conservative Estimate That Trere It One In Every Home Throughout the Country. Ib-fore the war there were sul- staiitlally ll.ilOO.oort savings hank de- Hisltors. Add to this ;i.K),000 de bitors In state banks, which list, of ourse, includes many commercial nc- counts; 400,000 postal sn vines bank deMisltors nnd loo.uH) depositors In private banks. After eliminating du plications. It would likely be lib eral to estimate that thero wen 14, IHNi.imni money savers In the United Stalis before the war, with nut to exceed lo.iNNi.iHHl families proudly represented In this number. The fourth Liberty loan was supported by S1.tMNI.IMHl subscript Ions. It Would likely be extremely conservative to say that .'I.INNI.iNNl others have subscribed to former Issues of the Liberty loan, and were unable to do so ill tlie fourth Ion It. We can then with safety say there are l.tam.om owners of J.il eity bonds In Ann-rlca today. Hy the elimination of 4.imi.is for dupli cates we are not in danger of misstat ing facts when we say that there Is tm'w a bond in every home In the coun try. Thrift Mug:i.lm. Keeping the Faith. mn u returning from Plilhhdphla of 11 racued newsboy who, nfter .iijwrs were nil sold, still slmsi A tells Ills 1 near lndcotiiletice IihII lustily shout ing the news of lieniiiiny's stirretnler. "I'm just .1 doin' what I be Liberty bell Would do If it could. cv plained the lit tle patriot. tliarncler la the substance; reputa tion the shadow. ' " -S .v -M Tlie real food elements vf wheat and bap ley so mode cs to be rich in sugar, end ready to eat from pqekaga with milk or cream. Grape-Huts A Substantial Food t I C ana tccnomicai PRESIDENT GIVEN FITTING WELCOME ARTILLERYMEN FIRE SALUTE AND HUGE THRONGS CHEER AS LINER ARRIVES. T Executive Later Departs for Capital, Where He Will Be Nation's Guest History's Most Remarkable Specta cle Has Naval Pageant for Back ground. Western Newspaper Union Newa Krrvlc. Ilrest. President Wilson and the American peace envoys landed In l'runce amid 11 demonstration of xpn- lar enthusiasm and national sympathy $uch as rarely, If ever, has been no corded the head of 11 foreign govern inent visiting France. The President left P.rest for Paris, where the heart of France will acclaim him as the na tion's guest. The landing of Hie Pres ident was not only a remarkable spec tacle, with u notable nuval pageant for Its background, but it ulso marked the first entry of un American president into personal contact with Kurope and its affairs. Vust crowds watched the trip ashore, nnd the fleets of warships roared 11 salute us the lust stage of the Journey whs accomplished. On the hurhor boat going ashore the President was seen standing on the upper deck with Jules A. A. Jusserand, French Ambassador to the Lulled States who pointed out the historic walls nnd monuments of the ancient city. As the boat tom bed the pier the French and American guards of honor preset) Kil arms and the strains of the "Star-Spangled Ibinner" mingled with the cheers of the great multitude. Mrs. Wilson cume up the gang plunk with Ceneral Pershing. She carried a lurge bouquet und as xhe passed the Americnn army nurses they handed her an Americnn Hag, which she bore proudly. The President was the last to come ashore, amid great ap plause, lie held his silk hat In bis Jin tul ; h.a face was wreathed with Millies nnd be bowed his acknowledg ments to those about and to the masses of M'ople on the rising walls and ter races of the city. Stephen Plchon, French Foreign Minister, and licorges I-ygues, Minis ter of Marine, joined the President u bo stepped ashore and conducted him to a beautifully decorated pavilion. Here the first fin mill welcomes were given President Wilson as the guest of the French nation. It was a stnkins picture as he stood there, surrounded iy old world statesmen, officials ami generals. The President met each erecting with a smile and a hourly handshake, only speaking 11 few word ns some well known friend welcomed 1:1m. As the Mayor of P.rest stopped forward. President Wilson listened lit tiiillvelv to au address of welcome an! received with a bow a large parch ment roll, wound with the America!' dors, containing the City Council' reeling to him. Speaking In a cleat voice, the President acknowledged Hit greeting and from a manuscript rem' brief address In response. Following the addresses Hie presi dential party drove through the our la.ot, where vast crouds were as Ncmhlfd. Kvery fool of the way was lined with American soldiers in their servhi khaki, and along I he road wore gteat stores of war material, recently being rushed to the Americnn front. It gave the President his first glimpse of the Americaii tnsps and material 011 Hie lighting ground. Military bon irs were ncinrdeil ns be passed and larce numbers of soldiers off duty mingled with the throng in Its en thusiastic tribute. A singular feature of the web-olne o the President WHS the suppressed Interest of the Herman prisoners nt Itresi. It wns evident that their inten-sf in the visitor wa its keen as that of the huge crowd thronging the town, but the authorities kepi those Herman in the background. Among those who lined the route In the station wen delegations of pa triotic poHotictt and other organiza tions and throng nf tcnplo from Hie tieighlMiring I.H-iliiii-f.. attinil in gala P.retott coftiuiim. Battle Ships to Stage Reviews. Washington. - Kvery capital ship nnd 'J" ib-rover of the American tiavv turn in Kiiroi'. inclridinc the drvniliioiight squidn-ns which have Men o-mtinc with tie Itritisli main fleet during Hie war. will return In Imnie waters tbi month. Sii-rcMry anii-N annulling!. Tlwv may lie ev I it il ! riitch New York shunt !-uiilH-r S. and a naval review will lake pl.of there ! lelcbnite Hie hiill" niing. !nrrtriieti.in have ln"-n I,I to Admiral M.iv.i. oen?ntnbT m hte-( if the Atlantie !bi-t and o.iw- at P.rc-'. l br.'ig bark every naval vrsne! lluit mil be pnrd Soldier to be Given Their Uniforms binw'"n Niirvt.irr luker in f..rnn-d 1 1i:i rtn.;i l-t,i. cf the if .ti. V li'.irv f.iimo;i.i- tti:ii the jr I lairinirti- bad b 1 it-'l H.:t :ili d iluri..-.! s..' i w-nn4io-ti!' m)' re tain the t:ii,.rni .ml nuTnut l,-v par wti.-n 101. r-l Mr I tent prip:-r-l n I' ll ni'i.kiii; it.i ;ir autb.-ri'v Ir v 'is! H.i-, -j..irl 11 :1! Ii.ol pl;ii-i- I I, luiv Ho l.:t n:g r tun"-! "be tnrTi'ie-tii !tite tnsvi altiT a s-ldi-r ii h.ir,;e. ricnty of exercise, fresh air," regular hours is all the pre scription you need to avoid Inilucnza unless through neglect or otherwise, a cold gets you. Then take at once CASCARAM QUININE Standard eotd remedy for 30 yeara In tabid form aafc, aure,naoMatea tircaka up a cold la 14 houra relieve grip in 3 days. Money back if it fall. Tha genuine bos ha a Red top with Mr. HUl'i picture. At All Drug Store. Her Title. Ilncnn I understand bis wife has a position now? Kgbert Yes. She's working at a ribbon counter In a department store. "And does he cull her bis better half" "No; his counter-part." Care pimp lea, headache, bad breath by tiling Hay Apple. Alua, Jalap roiled lata a tiny aucar pill called Ductor Pierce'a I'leasant Pellets. Ad. .A Good Match. "When I get a car, I want one which will suit me." "Then, my dear, you had better gut a ruefcoout." Unexpected. Clerk "My salary Is not whn It should be." Kmployer "Rut could you live on what It should be?" r- BackacTie? you need im mediate help. Ask druggist lot Dodd'e. Insist on boa shown, standard for 40 years. Acid-Stomach Ruins Health of Millions Besides those painful attacks of in- digestion; that awful bloated, lumpy feeling' after eating and downright stomach misery thut you who have experienced It know fo well; besides disgusting belching, food-repeating, sour stomach and distressing heartburn besides all this. ACID-STOMACII undermines the health nnd saps the strength of millions. If you don't get rid of those Ptomach miseries there Is no telling where your stomach troubles will end, for It Is a well known scientific fact that many serious ailments have their start ia an acld-stomnclu Start now this very day to get rM of your stomach miseries tuke EATONIO the wonderful remedy that obtorbs the excess ncld from the stomach nnd brings INSTANT relief. You simply have no Idea how much better, stronger nnd brighter you feel nt once. It drive out nil the gas and bloat, puts an im mediate stop to belching nnd heartburn, ends stomach suffering nnd makes It cool, sweet, comfortnble and strong. There can be no further excuse for you to nllovv acid-stomach to wreck: your benlth pile up misery upon mis cry until you get to the point where you feel down and out and thut life has lost all Its Joys. Remember, Just as ncld-mouth ruins teeth, so ncld-stouiaca ruins health. Take EATONIC. It's good. Just like a bit of candy and makes the stomach feel fine. You can then eat the things you like and, what Is more, every mouthful you eat will count in creating power nnd energy. Y'ou'll feel so much better have punch nnd pep the power and will to do things and get results, and your stomnch misery will be gone. Take our advice. Get a blf; box of EATONIC from your druggist today. It costs so little. If It falls to remove your stomnch distress, he will refund your money. Thnt Is guaranteed, you are to be sntlsucd or money refunded. ATONIC? ?0W V0UW StOMACt1TSSArl0 T Magic Relief for Bad Stomach$ fee the) prompt relief of Asthma anal Hay Fever. 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