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by Ming Db. David RobibtS FEVER PASTE m?V nrl WRITP 1 1NIMFNT !ri HIV IMI1U1WIA 0V) Read tba Practical Horn V.terlnariajs t Bend for free booklet on AbortioB) In Cows. If no dealer la your town. w rl lr. Daiii Bobarts' Ul Ct 100 imi AniM, Wiukaibt, Wit. Clear Your Skin WhileYouSlecp withCuticura 3tp25e. 0utnKni2ScS50e American Dollar Flag Ban fast, rain proof Taffeta, 8 feet long double-stitchrd tewed (tripes; freed. IWerr by parcel post on receipt of fac tory price, 11.00. Inclodlnc pole, ball and (alrantaed holder, II.W. Bend for fn malniM nf ftiiM.and decuratlons. We make more iind belter flam than any other concern In the world. Priest tame as before the war AMERICAN FLAG MFG. CO.. EASTON. PA. In No Condition to Slide. A woman passed a group of chil dren and overheard them taunt a little fellow because he would not slide down a coping like the rest of them were doing. ' - One little fellow said, "Tou are afraid to slide down." ... The lad replied, "I guess you - wouldn't want to slide down, either, If you were me, who's -already had six spankings this morning." , AN ATTACK OF GRIP USUALLY LEAVES KIDNEYS IN WEAKENED CONDITION Doctors in all parts of the country have been kept busy with the epidemic of grip which has visited so many homes. The symptoms of grip this year are often very distressing and leave the system in a run down condition, particularly the kidneys which seem to suffer most, as almost every victim complains of lame back' and urin ary troubles which should not be neglect ed, as these danger signals often . lead to dangerous kidney troubles. Druggists report a large sale on Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which so many people say soon heals and strengthens the kidneys after an attack of grip. Swamp-Root, being an herbal compound, has a gentle healing effect on the kidneys, which is al most immediately noticed in most cases by those who try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., offer to send a sam ple .size bottle of Swamp-Root, on receipt of ten cents, to every sufferer who re quests it. A trial will convince anyone who may be in need of it. Regular medi tun and large size bottles, for sale at all druggists. Be sure to mention this paper. Adv. May Come to This. . T shall want some money today, dear," said George PIpwhistle to his wife before the latter set out for busi ness one morning in 1927. And Mrs. plpwhlstle, grumbling the while, hand ed out the chips and waved" her hand from the garden gate as she made a dash for the eight-nlneteen. " Three hours after Mrs. P. had re turned from the city, George Plpwhls tle came In. He had a mountain of parcels In his arms and the light of triumph In his eyes. "Yes," he panted, as he untied the parcels and disclosed four corkscrews, a stuffed owl, an assortment of paint brushes, a remnant of a cloth-bound "Uncle Tom's Cabin," six walking sticks, a toasting fork, a brace of tin openers and a roasting Jack. "Such a scramble! It's Just about the best bargain sale that ever was I" Early Criticism. His Ma "Johnny, take your thumb out of jour soup." The Kid Tf all right, ma ; the roup's not hot" A STHMA There Is no "cure but relief is often brought by fftLt mm "HER BOY" A GIFT Supreme Sacrifice for Country Made Willingly. Spirit of American Women Manifested In Statement of One Who Had Been. Called "On to Give Up All She Had. - It was in a Red . Cross workroom Somewhere in New York City. The Limelight woman moved around among the workers and talked Incessantly. "My boy has gone to France," she said mournfully. "I can't get recon ciled. It doesn't seem right for a mother to devote years to the raising of a boy only to have him snatched away in the twinkling of an eye. I am patriotic enough, goodnes knows I am willing to give everything, within rea son, to my country, but I can't help but be thankful that we were able to get our other two boys exempted. 1 think all mothers feel that way, don't you, Mrs. Smith? It's the 'mother' in us." . She wiped away ome tears and slowly rolled a bandage. "It is easy enough for those who have no sons to preach these high ideals," answered Mrs. South in sym pathy. "I am really not. dependent upon my son, but If I can keep him from going by putting in that claim, I certainly shall do it. I think it Js ev ery mother's right to save her son for herself if she can. Don't think I'm not patriotic. I am working every minute in some sort of war relief work. In deed I have no use for these unpatri otic women. What do you think, Miss Sawyer?" A frail little woman in a chair by the window looked -up from her work with glowing eyes. "My boy is in France, and I am glad of it," she said simply. "Your boy?" came in voices In uni son. "Yes, my boy. My sister died when Jack was two weeks old, and I have had him ever since. He was such a dear little fellow, such a dependable boy as he grew older, and such a com fort when he reached his manhood. ... He has been to me what sweetheart, husband and children have been to you. We were Just beginning to feel that, life was easier when our country entered the war. For three evenings after the president's war-mesr sage he sat without talking. I knew what was on his mind, so the fourth evening I told him not to think aboul it any more, but Just go. He said : But you, auntie, you deserve some ease now. You have done so much for me, and you have had such a hard fight to make both ends meet I said, Nonsense, the fight never hurt me. What if the toothers of Washington and Grant had wept and wailed and kept them at home? No, my boy. I want you always to do a man's part, no matter where it takes you or where it leaves you.' He has gone, and I am glad that he has. I couldn't bear to have some other woman's boy protect ing me. If Jack does not come back. I shall still be glad he went for 1 "didn't loan my boy to my country. 1 gave him." There was silence in the workroom. The Limelight, woman was staring straight ahead of her. Mrs. South hesl tated for s moment, then leaned for ward and tenderly patted the work roughened fingers which stitched sc steadily. "Than you " was all she said. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patent $10.90(0)11.35, hard patent $1112; rye flour, North western blended $1112. Hay No. 1 timothy $24 24.50, No. 2 $2323.50, No. 1 clover mixed $21.50 22.50, No. 2 $1619, No. 1 clover $16 18.50. Oats No. 2 white 7677c, standard white 747Gc, No. 3 white 74 75c, No. 2 mixed 7071c, No. 3 mixed 6970c. Corn White ear 85c?1.50, yellow ear 85c$1.30, mixed ear 85c$1.30. Butter, Eggs and- Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 46Vc, centralized creamery, extras 44c, firsts 41c. Eggs Prime firsts 32c, firsts 31c, or dinary firsts 29c. Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 Iba, 4045c: fryers, 2 lbs and over, 30c; fowls, 4 lbs and over, 27c; under 4 lbs, 27c; roosters, 18c. Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $11016.50; butcher steers, extra $13.5015, good to choice $11.5013. common to fair $8.5011; heifers, extra $12014, good to choice $11012, common to fair $7.50010.50; cows, extra $11012, good to choice $9.50011, common to fair $6.7508,50; canners $6.7507.50, stockers and feed ers $7011. Calves Extra $13.50. fair to good $11013.25, common and large $709." Hogs Selected heavy $17.53017.75, good to choice packers and butchers $17.90, medium and mixed $17.93. stags $10013.25, common to choice heavy fat sows $10015.75. light ahippen $17.75 0 17.90. Sheep Extra $11.50011.75. good to choice $10.50011.50, common to fair $6010. EVERYTHING Ml FULL SIGHT According to Children, There Seemed Little Doubt That It Was Soon Going to Rain. One evening, notwithstanding the present heavy rains the stars shone brilliantly and the little ones were watching with eager interest the clear ing of dark days. "I see the dipper," cried the boy, our eldest, aged seven. "Yes," adds papa, and it's standing on Its head." i "I guess It's going to rain," says Ed gar, who is five. While from Slta, our three-year-old, "Papa, papa, and I see the faucet I" Outside our kitchen door there stands a spigot beside which we keep a dipper hanging for the children's es pecial use. Los Angeles Times. Cutlcura Heals Eczema And rashes that Itch and burn. If there is a tendency to pimples, etc., prevent their return by making Cutl cura your daily toilet preparation. For free samples address, "Cutlcura, Dept X, Boston." At druggists and by maiL Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv. Recruiters Please Notice. In our city they were recruiting a battalion of short men known as the "Bantams." One day our little four-year-old sol dier came in complaining of tiredness. When asked what he had been doing he sald.'Tve been recruiting all day." "Which battalion are you recruiting for?" he was asked. "The Bantams," he replied. "How many did you get?" was the next query. "Oh," he said with a little sigh of weariness. "I recruited 500 bantams and one rooster!" Canadian. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County ss. . A. . , Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of P. J. Cheney St Co., doing business in the City-of To ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for any case or Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use Of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A D 1886. ' (Seal) A. W. O'eason. Notary Public, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Military. An army officer's wife wrote to R. A. M. C. officer, eaylrs her child was suf fering i"rom teething. She addressed the letter, "Dr. Brown." The recipient returned it with the remark that he should be addressed "Brigade Surgeon Lieutenant Colonel Brown." ' Whereupon the lady wrote back : "Dear Brigade Surgeon Lieutenant Colonel Brown : I am sorry about mis take. Yours, Mary Jones.'' "P.. S. Please bring your sword to lance baby's gums." Tit-Bits. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the SSrf-t-J' Signature rt(JtaffC&C&4 In Use for Over SO Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Not a Best Seller. "Have you any worth-while books In here?" asked the superior person. "We have thousands of volumes, sir," replied the clerk. "I'm sure there Is something in our stock to suit the most exacting taste. What do you require?" "I want want a book of synonyms." "Just a moment, sir, until I speak to the boss. I don't believe we have any of-er-Synonym's works." Birmingham Age-Herald. The Unkind Voice. A politician who was running for congress, thought It worth while t make mention of his humble origin and early struggles. "I got my start in life by serving In a grocery at three dollars a week, and ye I have managed to save," he an nounced. Whereupon, a voice from the audi ence queried: "Was that before the invention of cash registers?" The People's Home Journal. Are You Bloated After Eating With that gassy, puffy feeling, and hurting near your heart? For Quick ReliefTake ONE f FOR Too can fairly feel it work. It drives the GAS out body and the Bloat goes with it. - neaovtt Qickly Ledlgesgea, Beartbara. Soar Stomach, etc Get EA TONIC from yoar Drue fit t uith tht DOUBLE GUARANTEE siia.-fc-.t' " ,4,0. me-ss a. rra aw. tw. f It's Poor Economy to Endure a Bad Back IN these days of rising prices, we need every ounce of strength and the ability to do a full day's work every day. The man or woman with weak kidneys is half crippled. Sore, aching kidneys; lame, stiff back, headache, dizzy spells and a dull, tired feeling and urinary disorders are daily sources of distress. You can't afford to neglect kidney weakness and make it easy for gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease to take you. Get a box of Doan's Kidney Pills today. They have helped thousands. They should help you. Personal Reports of Real Cases AN OHIO CASE. C. O. Moorhead, 602 S. Wash ington St., Greenfield, Ohio, says: "For three years I was unable to work and became weak and run down. I suffered from backache and bladder trouble and the kid ney secretions were scanty. Fin ally I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and got better rapidly. My kidneys were soon fixed up all right and the backache and other troubles left me." LASTING RESULTS. Six years later. Mr. Moorhead Bald: "I praise Doan's Kidney Pills more than ever because they permanently cured me. I recommend them to a great many people." DOAN'S m- - d ti Ail cM... PAfr.M;ikiirn Co- Buffalo. N. Y.. Chemist VWG inn viv - LM3 IS A CRIME AGAINST NATURE Stop it or you never can keep well, f you wake with a bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, perhaps 1-dache, your liver .s torp.d. Atorpuj Ihver deranges the whole system. pi- -acer dyspepsia,. SSStm VIUA i. no better remedy for these disorders than DR. TUTT'S LIVER PILLS. Try them just once and be eternally convinced. For sale by all druggist Dr. Tnii's Urn Fill Graduated. Mary was In her third week at school. Imagine mamma's surprise one evening to see the child enter the door with her slate, books.and pencils. "Why are you bringing them home?" she asked. "I've quit school." "Quit school? Why have you done that?" "Why, I know more than the teacher, mamma. I wrote my name on my slate and she couldn't tell me what It was, and I told her." Baltimore News. A torpid liver prevents proper food Sislm llatlon. Tone up your liver with Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills. They act gently. Adv. More "U" Boat Victims. "And this," said the keeper, "Is what we call 'inventors' row.'" "I see." replied the visitor. "All the poor lunatics In this ward tried to Invent something." 'That's right There are eighty pa tients In these padded cells nnd every one of them has a different solution of the submarine problem." Birming ham Age-IIerald. Blocked the Move. "I thought you told me you were go ing to break up housekeeping." "We did Intend to, but the cook re fused to leave." Boston Transcript YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE) A KENTUCKY CASE. Mrs. W. E. Lemond, Short St, Clinton, Ky., says: "My kidneys were terribly disordered and kept getting worse until my limbs started to swell. I went through terrible distress and misery and had kidney weakness and all the symptoms for dropsy. My mother advised me to use Doan's Kidney Pills and I did. They worked wonders, although other medi cines had failed to help me. I hope I shall never have to go through such suffering again but I know from experience that I could rely On Doan's Kidney Pills for relief. I don't know what I would have done without them." KIDNEY PILLS 5T-J Spring Run of Distemper MAY BE WHOLLY AVOIDED BY USING tiCllfsHNC A small outlay of money brings very arUUna 9 great results. It is a sure cure and a preventive If you use It as per directions. Simple, safe and sure. The $1 slae Is twice the quantity and an ounce more than the 60o size. Get your horses in best condition lor late spring and summer. All druggists, harness deal ers or manufacturers. . 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U- CINCINNATI, NO. 20-1918. of your vr v mm jf CoCt I i!