THE SALISBURY WATCHMAN, SALISBURY, N. C.
OH HER HANDS
Adfiied. Sared by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
This woman now raises chickens and
does manual labor. Read her story:
Richmond, Ind. "For two years I
was so sick and weak with troubles
from my age that
wnen going up
stairs I had to go
very alowly with
my h?.ia on the
steps, then sit down
at the top to rest.
The doctor said he
thought I should
have an operation,
and my friends
thought I would not
live to move into
our new house. My
aaugnter asked me
to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
. 3 U U 3 4.1 sa. rli i
BB BUC UOU UULCH lb Willi gOOd
results. I did so, my weakness dis
appeared, I gained in strength, moved
into our new home, did au kinds of
garden work, shoveled dirt, .did build
ing and cement work, and raised hun
dreds of chickens and ducks. I can
not say enough in praise of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
if these facts are useful you may pub
lish them for the benefit of other
women." Mrs. M. O. JOHNSTON.Route
D. Box 190, Richmond. Ind.
TO KILL RATS, MICE
U. S. Government Buys It
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Found One Optimist.
"Happy man !"
"He's already planning a fishing trip
for next summer."
"I thought there must be a few per
sons in this world who were not wor
rying aliont the high cost of living or
the war in Europe."
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directions for making and use come in
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hair, and make it soft and glossy. It will
not color the , scalp, is t sticky or
greasy, and does not rub off. Adv.
England's royal flying corps has a
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eral woman drivers who wear khaki.
Mrs. C. R. Brown of Los Angeles,
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TO HIS MEMORY IS PASSED
IN HOUSE AND SENATE.
WITH THE STATE LAWMAKERS
Resume of the Doingsxof trie General
Assembly During the Past Week
Told in a Brief and Interesting Way.
For Our Miny Readers.
Senate and house both adopted
resolutions paying tribute to Admiral
Dewey and asking the North Caro
lina delegation in Congress to offi
cially represent the state at the Dew
The senate received a notable bill
by Senator Allen of ayne to abolish
capital, punishment except for crim
inal assault proven by more than one
witness. . A bill by Senator Long
would give lodging house keepers
liens on baggage of gusts.
A number, of additional bills were
offered both for statewide and for
county laws for the election of county
boards of education and superintend
ents of schools. Senate and house
both adjourned in honor of Robert
E. Lee. The speakers desk in the
house is draped with Confederate and
The senate passed a resolution
directing the appointment of a joint
committee of legislators to give spe
cial attention to preparation, introduc
tion and passage of whatever bills
this legislature must enact for the
proper operation of the constitutional
amendments, especially those limiting
legislation as to municipal and county
affairs. The resolution calls for sep
arate committees to prepare meas
ures as to municipal and as to county
affairs. Senator Brenizer expressed
the sentiment of the senate, when he
declared that while the legislators ap
preciated the work of the State Bar
Association in preparing such meas
ures, It was far too important a mat
ter to leave open in that way and must
be taken care of directly by the legis
lature. The Dewey resolution from the
house was put through immediate pas
sage and ordered enrolled for ratifica
tion after Senators Oates and Camer
on had spoken in its 'advocacy. The
adoption was by a rising vote. On mo
tion of Senator Oates, the President
of the Senate was directed to wire
Senator Simmons of the action of the
Asembly in this matter. '
The Kittrell Resolution eulogizing
Admiral Dewey and providing that ad
journment be in his honor along with
Robert E. Lee, was taken up. Repres
entative Grier objected to adjournment1
that would confuse this honor for Gen
eral Lee with any other person. The
reference to Dewey as to adjournment
was withdrawn and the tribute to
The Senate committee on "proposi
tions and grievances" has again voted
to "Save Pender" in the spirited stock
law fight which has stirred the Legis
lature this session and two years ago.
There was a two hours' hearing on
the bill to provide special tax for
building a stock fence around Pender
so that "free range" could be restored
and an unfavorable report on this by
an unfavorable report on this by the
committee was the result, only two
senators, one of them Senator Burnett,
of Brunswick, voting for ravorable re
port. The hearing was in the senate
chamber which was thronged by op
posing Pender delegations, the stock
law contingent wearing badges read
ing "Save Pender" and the free rang
ers big streamers reading "Save Pen
der Democracy" and setting out big
popular majorities in the county for
The Senate held a lengthy debate
on the resolution to sanction the
action of Governor Craig and the
state's prison directors in disbursing
$10 to the needy families of well be
haved state convicts. It resulted in
the addition of the Jones resolution
and endorsement by a roll call vote of
35 to 10.
Senator Person introduced a bill to
amend the bill with a provision that
no salaried state or county officers
shall serve more than two terms.
A bill by Senator Jones, of Ashe
ville, would require railroad compa
nies to pay off semi-monthly, the engi
neers, conductors, firemen, flagmen,
brakemen and other employes as well
as the shop employes as the law re
quires. In the House Representative Beas
ley introduced a bill to exempt from
"taxation mortgages and notes given
in the purchase of homes in accord
ance "wit hthe reign of Governor
Bickett, exemptions to be as high as
In the house. Matthews of Bertie,
offered a bill to prevent increases in
county tax assessments by the Cor
poration Commission without notice.
The senate received a message from
Governor Bickett transmitting the re
port and recommendations of Com
missioner of Insurance James R.
Young, the message stressing espe
cially the importance of consideration
of the recommendations by-Mr. Young
that there be Workmen's Compensa
tion legislation and legislation amend
ing the state regulations as to fire
There was Introduced out Of order
a bill by Long, of Halifax, to give
lodging house keepers to lien on the
baggage of guests until bills are paid.
Senator Gough, of Robeson, created
merriment at the expense of Senator
Person, of Franklin;- the senate's most
dressy member, to regulate and amend
the attire of Senator Person by pre
scribing that he shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor should he appear in
public without his red vest. Senator
Brenizer offered an amendment that
the senator from Franklin be branded
i "mollycoddle" should he violate the
orovislons of the bill, ,
The house passed the omnibus Jus
tice of the peace bill and raised the
standard in licensing embalmers. The
Clark bill passed to amend the law
as to disposition of penalties in case
of usury charged on mortgages.
What is intended to make secret
remedies under various and sundry
trademarks and names come out in
the open, is the purpose of a bill in
troduced in the senate by Senator
Scales, of Guilford. A similar meas
ure was Introduced in the house by
Representative Page. In this action
the State of North Carolina is the first
state in the union to attempt the open
formula. While the measure has
strong friends in both houses, those
behind the bill are expecting a fight
from the opposition. There is about
$300,000,000 invested in these reme
dies which the law aims at and their
line up against the measure is ex
pected. There is no fight on the so
called patent madicines, official reme
dies and remedies compounded on the
prescription of a physician. If a scrap
comes one thing is sure, the introduc
ers of the bills in both houses are not
afraid to meet it and will be found to
be able to take carevof themselves in
the most approved manner.
In Line With Governor.
This measure is in "line with the
recommendation of Governor Bickett
jn his inaugural address: ' The other
recommendations of Governor Bickett
were embodied in bills introduced .by
Senator Warren of Beaufort county.
One provides that no prisoners shall
be sent to the county chain gang who
ara sentenced to more than two years.
The other was for the appointment of
the governor, chairman of the state
tax commission and the state treas
urer to form a commission to investi
gate and make a comprehensive re
port on a system of taxation to be sub
mitted to the nest General Assembly.
. Another measure introduced by
Senator Warren was to prohibit boys
from acting as agents of teelgraph and
telephone companies. This would pre
vent the employment of persons under
18 years of age for the delivery of in
- Another important measure was in
troduced by Senator Allen. This pro
vides for the establishment of a re
formatory for women at the state
Senator McNider put in a bill
amending the law relative to divorce.
Grown tired of inaction, members of
the lower house of the North Carolfna
General Assembly introduced a num
ber of bills whose import is of con
siderably more concern than any here
tofore coming up for the august con
sideration of that body. Gallatin Rob
erts, of Buncombe, who many
thought, would be speaker of the
house for the present session, came
across with one of the notablebill.
It calls for woman suffrage in a niod-r-fied
degree. Mr. Roberts' bill is so
worded that few recognized its im
portance when its title: "A- bill to
be entitled an act to authorize any
city or town to amend its charter in
regard to municipal suffrage," was
read. This bill, with those of Page
and Griffin, the former to provide for
the election of county boards of edu
cation through popular ballot; the
latter to authorize the enactment of
stock law over the -eastern counties
now without it, comprised the really
important proposed legislation of the
Mr. Roberts' bill provides tne ma
chinery whereby women will be per
mitted to vote in municipal elections.
While woman is not mentioned in the
bill, it is stated that all persons above
21 years of age, who are not idiots,
luntaics, convicts or Illiterates (except
those of the latter who are qualified
as state electors) under the constitu
tion), shall be permitted to vote in
This, it is understood, is in line with
the requests to be made this year by
the weman's suffrage league. In many
of the northern and western states
women are permitted to vote in cer
tain municipal election. It is believ
ed that the women will ask for noth
ing more revolutionary than this.
They seem to think that to ask for the
complete enfranchisement of women
would be too much at this time.
With the view of affording to North
Carolina counties an opportunity to
borrow money for road construction at
a rate of less than 6 per cent Repre
sentative Clark, of Pitt, introduced a
bill in the house of representatives
which, if enacted, will make available
each year for the next 41 years the
sum of $400,000. This sum is to be
secured by state bonds bearing 4 per
cent interest and is to be loaned to
counties, townships er road districts
at an interest of 5 per cent. This bill
with three Others introduced by Repre
sentative Clark to regulate the sum
moning of expert witnesses, to amend
to amend the pendent families, and
one by Mr. Clayton to authorize the
payment of a part of prisoner's earn
to amend the dependent families, and
one by Mr. Hooker to call for a report
from the state fish commissioner, com
prised the total of important bills in
troduced in the house.
School for Blind.
Three bills were introduced by Sen
tor Harding of Pitt, relative to the
School for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
here. These provide for the erection
of ten fireproof Cottages on the 80
acre tract owned by the state here
which was purchase dfor that pur
pose; the changing of the title of prin
cipal to superintendent to make the
title conform to that of the heads of
other state institutions; to require
sheriffs in the various counties to
bring blind children to the institution
when notified by the superintendent
of the school.
Mr. Hooker's bill as to the fish com
mission report is looked upon as the
first gun in the fight for a repeal or
amendment of existing fish laws. It
calls for a full report from the com
missioner within a week. Representa
tives from the coast counties are
looking forward to this report with
some degree of glee. They believe It
will show that the commission has
been working under a plan of opera
tion much more expensive to the state
than the average citizen knows any
thing about. They think that the re
port will give strength to their side
of the argument.
Says This Lady Who Had to Sup
port Family of Four. Read
Below Her Statement
Tallapoosa, Ga. Mrs. Sallie ELdson,
of this place, writes: "I was in very
poor health, all run-down, nervous,
had fainting spells, dizziness and heart
fettering. I had these symptoms us
ually at my . . . times. I had a
very hard time, working for seven
years in a hotel after my father died.
I had to support out family of four. I
read the Birthday Almanac and
thought I would begin taking Cardui.
I received good benefit from It. I am
sure it will do all that it claims to do.
I took three or four bottles before it
began to show effects. After that I
Improved rapidly and gained in health
and strength. I took nine bottles in
all. This is the only time I have
.taken It. I was down to 108 pounds
and I gained to 122. I felt like a new
woman. I couldn't sleep before and
had to be rubbed, I would get so nerv
ous and numb. And all this was
stopped by Cardui."
The true value of a medicine can be
determined only by the results ob
tained from its actual use. The thou
sands "of letters we have received
every year for many years from
grateful users of Cardui, are powerful
tributes-to Its worth and effectiveness.
If you suffer from womanly ailments,
try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Adv.
His Clutch Slipped.
Harold, aged four, was trudging the
distance of many blocks with his fa
ther to Sunday school, and the long
tramp was almost too much for him.
The father, glancing back, noticed the
small boy's fatigue and, slackening
his pace, asked :
"Am I walking too fast, son?"
"No." returned the small boy. puff
ing and panting breathlessly, "it's me.
papa." Christian Herald.
FOR SICK CHILD
"California Syrup of Figs" can't
harm tender stomach,
liver and bowels.
Every mother realizes, after giving
her children "California Syrup of
Figs" that this is their ideal laxative,
because they love its pleasant taste
and it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
out griping. ,
When cross, irritable, feverish, or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, mother! If coated, give a
teaspoonful of this harmless ''fruit
laxative," and in a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the bow
els, and you have a well, playful child
again. When its little system is full
of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, indigestion, colic remem
ber, a good "inside cleaning" should
always be the first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child
i tomorrow. Ask at the store for a 50
! cent bottle of "California Syrup of
; Figs," which has directions for babies,
i children of all ages and grown-ups
i printed on the bottle. Adv.
! To Be Sure.
! "A writpr says the average small
boy is no longer ambitious to fight In
i "And no wonder. Tackling adver
! saries who are not familiar with the
j use of machine guns, asphyxiating gas
and hand grenades in warfare would
i be rather tame sport nowadays."
FOR PIMPLY FACES
Cuticura Is Best Samples Free by
! Mail to Anyone Anywhere.
pies and blackheads. Smear the affect
ed surfaces with Cuticura Ointment.
Wash off in five minutes with Cuticura
! Soap and hot water, bathing some min-
utes. Repeat night and morning. No
better toilet preparations exist.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address, postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston.' Sold everywhere. Adv.
To Study Vocational Education.
The third annual convention of the
Vocational Educational association of
the middle West will be held at the
Auditorium, Chicago. January 18 to L'U.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up. The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds np the system, 50 cents.
Father When I was a sniall boy I
was left an orphan.
Tommy What did you do with It?
MOTHER'S JOY SALVE
for Colds, Croup, Pneumonia and
Asthma ; GOOSE GREASE LINIMENT
for Neuralgia, Rheumatism and
Sprains. For sale by all Druggists.
GOOSE GREASE COMPANY, MFR'S,
Greensboro, N. C. Adv.
Miss Mabel Blackburn has invented
an overshoe for horses' feet which pre
vents slipping on wet streets.
The occasional uae of Roman Eye Balsam
at night upon retiring will prevent and re
lieve tired eyes, watery eyes, and eye strain.
There is a growing demand for mild
:igars among London women.
GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CARO
LINA MASONS ELECT WIL
HOLD SESSION AT RALEIGH
Memorial Exercises to Late Grand
Secretary John C. Drewry, is Feat
ure of Annual Meeting.
Raleigh. Dr. Claude L. Pridgen, of
Wilmington, was elected Grand Mas
ter of the Grand Lodge of North Caro
lina Masons at session devoted in part
to memorial exercises in honor of the
memory of the late Grand Secretary
John C. Drewry, an address byGrand
Master James W. Witton, of the Dis
trict of, Columbia, and routine busi
ness. Other officers elected prior to the
adjournment of the Grand Lodge
Deputy Grand Master, George S.
Senior Grand Warden, Henry A.
Junior Grand Warden, Dr. J. C.
Grand Treasurer, Leo 1). Hartt, Ral
Grand Secretary, W. W. Wilson, Ral
eigh. John W. Cotton of Tarboro was
elected a director of the Oxford Or
phanage to succeed himself for a term
of five years, A. B. Andrews of Ral
eigh to fill the unexpired term of G.
Rosenthal on the board of directors
of the Oxford Orphanage, J. E. Lath
am of Greensboro director of the Ma
sonic and Eastern Star Home for a
term of five years to succeed himself,
! R. N. Hackett. Wilkesboro, represent-
ative to George Washington Museum,
I Alexandria, Va., for a term of three
i years; A. B. Andrews and C. B. Crab-
tree, directors on the part of the
: Grand Lodge of the John C. Drewry
Past Grand Master Frank P. Hop
. good was complimented highly in the
; address of Grand Master James W.
Witton of Washington, 'D. C. when he
! said, "I have been associated with
Col. Frank P. Hopgood of North Car-
olina in San Francisco in oil land
! case for the Department of Justice for
some time, and I have grown to love
and admire him- If all North Caro
lina Masons are as lovable as he is,
l there must be a lot of love in this
lusurance Revenue Increases.
Raleigh. The report and recom
mendations of Commissione? of Insur
ance James R. Young to Governor
Bickett to be transmitted tO the leg
islature was filed with the governor.
The report shows a steady increase
in the revenue of the department, the
increase averaging about $15,000 per
annum. The receipts this fiscal year
will be about $365,000.
The commissioner reports the build
ing inspection laws, fire marshal reg
ulations, fire escape statutes and oth
er regulations for public safety work
ing well. He Tecommends that an
allowance be made fgr vigorous pros
ecutions of violators of the statute as
to investment and promotion com
panies as a protection to the people
of the state.
The commissioner recommends a
number of minor changes in the
state's standard fire insurance policy
which he says will become the stand
ard policy for most if not all the
states of the union. He would have
the law as to changes in capital stock
and charities subject to approval by
the Insurance Department made to
apply to foreign companies where the
home state does not maintain a like
regulation. There is recommendation
that "whole family" insurance be al
lowed for fraternal insurance. He
recommends the enactment of a
workman's compensation law proper
As to building ai.d lean associa
tions, he recommends a more clear
statutory expression as to their an
nual licensing, with nominal .fees
charged to be used in the expenses of
the examinations. He would have an
additional deputy clerk to examine the
building and loan associations. '
He reports the insurance value of
state property to be about $7,000,000,
and that the allowance made for
premiums on this insurance permits
only about 30 per cent insurance on
this property. There should be an in
crease of $5,000 or $10,000. During
the past year the state paid out for
insurance on state property $20,00,2
and received from the companies for
fire losses $27,000.
Name Commencement Officers.
Chapel Hill. Commencement mar
shals " chosen by the junior class
at t! meeting last week. Fred
Farthing, of Boone, was elected chief
marshal, and the number of assistant
marshals this year was increased to
eight. These are as follows: C. IL
' Herty. Jr.. Chapel Hill; R. C. deRo
j set, Jr.. Wilmington; R. Wrenn,
; Mount Airy; W. G. Burgess, Shelby;
; Victor S. Bryant, Jr., Durham; C. R
: Williams, Graham ; J. B. Linker, Shlis
! buhy, and W. H. Stephenson, Raleigh
Lutherans Raise Fund for Lenoir.
Newton. The Catawba Lutheran,
published by the association of Luth
eran pastors of the Tennessee Synod
in Catawba county, carries in its cur
rent issue an itemized report of con
tributions and subscriptions to the
Lenoir College endowment fund of
$100,000, and shows that a total of
more than $2,000 was secured in No
vember and December last, making
the money raised to date something
over $33,000. The entire Tennessee
Synod is behind the movement to give
the college $100,000 endowment.
3. Manalin, the
"I see an old gentleman approach
ing. He wears a silk hat and seems
absorbed in a pamphlet he is reading.
Further down the street several small
boys are waiting with snowballs in
their hands. What will happen?"
"Nothing. I know something those
small boys evidently don't know. The
old gentleman has to walk only about
ten feet before he will turn into his
own house, whel'e, I assure you, he will
be quite safe." I
With the Fingers !
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or
any kind of a corn can shortly be
lifted right out with the fingers if you
will apply on the corn a few drops of
freezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
At lKtle cost one can get a small bot
tle of freezone at any drug store, which
will positively rid one's feet of every
corn or callus without pain or sore
ness or the danger of Infection.
This new drug is an ether compound,
and dries the moment it is applied and
does not inflame or even irritate the
surrounding skin. Just think! You
can lift off your corns, and calluses
now without a bit of pain or soreness.
If your druggist hasn't freezone he can
easily get a small bottle for you from
his wholesale drug house. adv.
A Practical Plan.
"That brisk young man who just
now went out is a sort of philanthro
pist," said the custodian of a skyAcrap
er. "He's behind a movement to get
aged scrubwoman off their knees."
"Well, well ! How does he propose
to go ahout it?"
"His plan is quite simple. He's sell
ing a mop with a long handle."
"Pape's Diapepsin" cures sick,
sour stomachs in five minutes
"Really does" put bad stomachs in
order "really does" overcome, indiges
tion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and
sourness in five minutes that just
that makes-Pape's Diapepsin the lar
gest selling stomach regulator In the
world. If what you eat ferments into
stubborn lumps, you belch gas and
eructate sour, andigested food and
arcid; head is dizzy and aches; breath
foul ; tongue coated ; your insides filled
with bile and indigestible waste, re
member the moment "Pape's Diapep
sin" comes in contact with the stomach
all such distress vanishes. It's truly
astonishing almost marvelous, and
the joy is its harmlessness.
A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia
pepsin will give you a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfaction.
It's worth its weight in gold to men
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated. It belongs in your
home should always be kept handy
in case of sick, sour, upset stomach
during the day or at night. It's the
Quickest, surest and most harmless
stomach doctor in the world. Adv.
Taxing His Patience.
"So you are trying life on the farm?"
"No," replied the former city dwell
er. "I'm following some rules I read
In a book and life on the farm is trying
Life is a succession of lessons which
must be lived to be understood. Em
erson. TO LIVE LONG!
A recipe given by a famous physician
for long life was : "Keep the kidneys in
good order l Try to eliminate thru the
6kin and intestines the poisons that
otherwise clog the kidneys. Avoid eat
ing meat as much as possible; avoid too
much salt, alcohol, tea. Try a milk and
vegetable diet. Drink plenty of water,
and exercise so you sweat the skin
helps to eliminate the toxic poisons
and uric acid."
For those past middle life, for those
easily recognized symptoms of inflam
mation, as backache, scalding water,"
or if uric acid in the blood has caused
rheumatism, "rusty" joints, stiffness,
get Anuric at the drug store. This is a
wonderful eliminator of uric acid and
was discovered by Dr. Pierce of Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. If your druggist
does not keep it send 10 cents to Dr.
Pierce for trial package and you will
find that it is many times more potent
than lithia and that it dissolves uric
acid as hot water does sugar.
I II f
Sold for 47 -years. F'op Malaria, Chills and Fever. Also
a Fine General Strengthening Tonic. 50c aad $1.00 at all Dn Stmm.
has three members yon should know' if -yon desire to
1. The popular liquid form of Peruna the reliable
tonic of the American household, with a loa history of Mcoew to
trotting all catarrhal difficulties.
2. The tablet form, which is made after the same
formulary and is more convenient for many.
ideal laxative, by the regular use oi
wnicn constipation may oe otcjxumc
natural action restored. Masaap has no
habit forming drag, bat is an aid tonatora,
Your druggiathas all three. Soman
thousands aave received benefit ftwous,
use of one or both these remedies that they
are a recognized part of the equijianest I
every careful nouaenow.
THE KXDKA COMFAKT
"'fe's honest, anyhow."
"What makes you think so?"
'I asked him the other day if he
thought peace was near in Europe and
he said right off the bat that he didn't
know a blamed thing about it."
INSIST 01. YAM NUTS
Up-to-date "grocers have them the new
food with an "unforgetable flavor," made
from Southern yams. Try YAM NUTS
once, they'll win you sure. The William
Co., Greenville, S, C. Adv.
"Did you know that the Steenth Na
tional bank has busted?"
"Yes; I her.rd the report."
Indigestion produces disagreeable and
sometimes alarming symptoms. Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills stimulate the diges
tive processes to function naturally. Adv.
In Vienna a girl can be insured
against being an old maid.
LAX-FOS Is an improved Cascara
(a tonic-laxative) Pleasant to take
In LAX-FOS the Cascara is improved by
the addition of certain harmless chem
icals which increase the efficiency of the
Cascara, making it better than ordinary
Cascara.' LAX-FOS is pleasant to taka
and does not gripe nor disturb stomach.
Adapted to children as well as adults.
Just try one bottle for constipation. 50a
Yager's Liniment is excel
lent for any kind of pain or
congestion. It ' quickly re
lieves backache and rheu
matic pains, and is a splen
did remedy for Neuralgia, .
Sciatica, chest pains, sprains,
strains, swellings and en
' Keep a bottle id yoor home for
emergencies you never can tell
when yon will require something
ot tb : sort.
The 25 cent bottle of Yager's
Liniment contains four times as
much as the usual bottle of lini
ment sold for that price.
AT ALL DEALERS
GILBERT BROS. & CO.
"Hnnt's Core" is guaranteed to
stop and permanently core that
terrible lushing. It Is com
pounded for that purpose and
yonr money will be promptly
refunded without question
If Hnnt's Cure fails to core
Itob.Hcsema, Tetter, Ring Worm
or any other skin disease. He
For sale by all drag stores
or by mall from the
A. B. Richards Medicine Co.,
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, WO. 4--1917.
NOTHING STANDS AS HIOH, as a remedy
for every womanly ailment
as Dr. Pierce's Favorite
rw l Prescription. It's the only
I medicine for women certain
in its effects.
H. "Favorite Prescription" is
t an invigorating, restorative
rf f tonic, a soothing and
strengthening nervine, and
a complete cure for all the
J painful disorders, and
chronic weaknesses peculiar
to the sex.
I For young girls just
kUV0 entering womanhood ; for
; women at tne critical time;
nursing mothers; and emery woman who
is run-down," tired or overworked it
is a special, safe, and certain help.
Dr.'Prerce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to taka
How to preserve health and beauty is
told in Doctor JPierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser. It is free. Send Dr.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., four dimes, or
stamps, to cover wrapping and mailing.
THE SAMrtMY METHODS APPLIED IN TNE
MAKING OF THESE BISCUITS MAKE
STANDARD f EXCELLENCE
fyqr Pcatsr has Sum, or if not he shoaLi.
cfsk him or writ s qivtaa his name.
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