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F,id?y !?.. 13. 1*24
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Recruiting Officer Slewart, who
f temjH rarilv stationed here for the
jlbtment of sailors for the United
State? Navy, called attention, in a
spared statement made public a
jgir days igo? tt" some of the thine*
ie Navy has ng^raipHahed. Tfc
Institution of ti* United States
tovides for the ommon defense and
Lnromotion of the geenral welfare
E) the recruiting officer.
2s many, it is often thought that
L chief function of the navy i f r
Ee common defense. It does this,
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Use For Over 30 Years
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M *| HAD had quite a bad
? 1 i**0 and sickness,"
writes Mrs. Emma
9y Patrick, of Caney. Ky.,
'fN "and it was an effort for
H ma to go about my home.
I?! 1 had a very severe pain
S in my left side that almost
Jjj took my breath at times.
|S I lost my appetite. I crew
j? thin, pale and lifeless. 1
PI fell off till I only weighed
W about 115 pour tr,.
m "Cardui was recomX
mended to me and by the
SB time I had taken one botV
tie I saw it was what 1
K needed. I ate more and
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tut it also provides for the general
welfare, said Chief Petty Officer
Stewart. It can be said without exaggeration.
continued the statement,
Jiat the Navy has done as much for
commerce and science as any existing
vlepartment of the government.
eLt us see how the Navy affects
commerce. If we arc- tc b' prosperous
we must market our excess products.
On our ability to market
these products directly depends our
standard of living. Much of the peace
time work of our gunboats and crui|
sers is devoted to trade protection.
I In countries where disturbed politi|
cal conditions exist, as in the N a:
East, i nChina and the t'arribean,
commerce would often b? im*f'.?s"bi.
without the protection of our Navy.
Ill is the business of the Navy to protect
our trade and our citizens in all
their lawful occasions in every part
cf the world.
Again, the Navy has been of direct
I i ""' ' ""Cw t,< ll.?! iiieretianJ ???
in d*vpl?ning 2 better equip:.! :I ami
especially new systems of ship propulsion.
In the Xavy thr urgent deins
in Side |
rested better. I kept tak- f?8
ing it and ray skin and
flesh took on a more
healthy color. I felt y?.
stronger and, as the rmrv- fSS
ousness left me, the ; ain Jm
in my side was les se re.
After taking nine bottles, \ ffs
I eat anything, go any- '' ft
where and feel fine. I \
weigh 160 pounds and am ; upj
well. 1 feel that I owe it ; ;&
all to having used Cardui." J jgj
Fain, in certain parts of
the body, is a sure ind'ca
tion of female compli- \V&
cations. The treatment ^
j needed is not the use of G3
11 narcotic drugs, but?
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mand for increase of speed, reliability
and safety, with ever present necessity
of economy in fuel consumption,
has made the Navy the pioneer
in all new developments. The merchant
service has followed step by
step the increase in steam pressures,
multiple expansion engines, turbines,
internal combustion engines, electrical
and gt-ared reduction to propell r
speeds, all of which were developed
1 by the Navy.
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In the electrical field commerce
has benefited immensely by the development
of radio telegraph, raii"
telephone and radio compasses, all of
| which would probably now je in th? i
: infancy were it not for the dev ! t>ments
made necessary for the use of
the Navy. Tne great developments
?n aviation must be credited princ:-,
pally to the demand for their military
and naval use.
During the World War, the Navy
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f.erformed a distinct service for coir.- v
rmrce in that it cleared the North :
Sea of the preat harrape for the h
safety of the merchant marine ser- x
vice from Kikwnll, Scotland to s
Noi way, over 6^0 mile*, and th- c
American n:'n< sv.p ning force ac- h
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Concluding. th< I'emenjt said: "I
ope in th?* futur the general public
vill r^aiize the 1 value ?>f their
ea force?. If it had not
een for the Navy might have- al!
een >uhj-? t ?b- Germans by
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