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ACHES AND PAINS
ALL WEB BODY
Mrs. Proctor Reports Great
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Sharpsburg, Pa.—“I recommend
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Si pound to all sutFering
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and weak with no
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and w; t'a a tired feel
ing all the time. I
had aches *nd pains
all over my body and
had the headache a
good deal. I saw
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might help me. I have been greatly
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Mrs. J. Procter, Box 1, *£a3t Lib
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iknow by experience the benefit they
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cere desire to help other women suffer
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Russia Far Behind
The Iwo great developments of the
Twentieth century, radio and air navi
gation of the dirigible, are as yet little
known in Russia to the mass of the
Not all who think they think have
Around the World
Winona, Minn.—“A few years ago
I had a severe attack of ptomaine
left my blood in
very uaa conai
t'on. I tried a
great many so
called tonics but
'i felt n o better
; until a friend
i suggested m y
trying a bottle
o f L)r. Pierce* 4
gave me i m -
mediate relief. It is surely an excel
lent tonic, does not purge and is not
objectionable to the taste. I have
since been around the world, and al
ways carried a bottle of the ‘Discov
ery’ right with me. I would not be
without it.”—Walter Dunston. R. F.
D. 2. Willow Farm. All dealers.
haarlem oil has been a world
wide remedy for kidney, liver and
bladder disorders, rheumatism,
lumbago and uric acid conditions.
correct internal tro -bles, stimulate vital
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on the original genuine Gold Medal.
A friend in need
Keep* Resinol on band for
cuts, burns, rashes etc.
Oakland, Cal., March 8:—“About
four years ago I
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ankle caused by
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itched all the time
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nothing did any
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me in a very
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and other small ailments." (Signed)
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Pharmacists say that when all other
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Always remember, when Joint-Ease
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modal, rosewaod dnlsh.
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The Old Home Town
ME —» KNEWj
(<S»T FEW \
\ HOME /
AFIRE /N tWi
iSTOVE THE l
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WHEN "THE NEW MILLINER DROPPED THE
HINT THE STORE WINDOW NEEDED
i WASHING,ALL THE CLERKS ALONG
MAIN STREET QUICKLY RESPONDED
Party Regularity Makes It Easy for
“/ns” in Turkey As in Other Lands
From the Constantinople Correspondent of the Manchester
A by-election which has just taken place here is probably one
of the last which will be held under the antiquated indirect system
still in force in Turkey, under which the choice between the rival
candidates is determined by the votes of a body of electors who
have themselves been elected by the general public for that pur
pose. On polling day the urn was ceremonially carried, with the
beat of drums, up to Stamboul university, where it was placed in
a lecture-room hung with wall carpets and decorated with laurels
and flags. The governor of the city, the prefect, the members of
the supervisory commission, and all parliamentary deputies now
here took their places on seats ranged round the urn, where they
had the privilege of sitting during the day’s polling. Under their
critical eyes 1,000 “second-degree” voters walked up and deposit
ed their votes. They came in according to city districts at certain
fixed hours till nightfall—a batch from across the Bosphorus, an
other from Stamboul, a third from outlying regions, and so on.
Then the commission counted the regimented votes, and the result,
which was by the very force of the procedure favorable to the gov
ernment candidate, was announced.
The present by-election was forced on Constantinople by the
government party, which feels its power slipping away from it.
Knowing and fearing the importance of the ex-capital as a center
of opinion, they rushed the election as soon as they saw a real op
position party beginning to organize itself. The prefect quite un
expectedly received an order from the minister of the interior to
begin the preliminaries. The haste was explained by the fact that
the secessionists from the government party were not yet ready
for a contest.
Even if they had been organized, however, they would prob
ably not have put forward a candidate, for they argue thus: “The
1,000 second-degree electors who are voting now were elected two I
years ago under quite different circumstances, and almost under
duress. They were all pledged to vote for the candidates of the
government party; and though public opinion has greatly changed
since then, they remain the same identical persons pledged to the
same identical votes. What, then, is the use of us, the newly
formed opposition, appealing to them for suffrages? They would
be afraid to vote for us even if they had not now once more been
promised all kinds of favors for continuing their support to the
government party. These favors are said to include advancement
for such of them as are government functionaries.”
One strange feature of Turkish procedure is that candidates’
names are kept religiously secret till the very last moment. The
government party waited and waited to see what name, if any, the
opposition wouldjput forward so that it could counter with a more
popular name. Only when it realized that the oppesition was
holding its hand altogether did it reveal the identity of its own
candidate. Then, on the last day but one before the election, five
or six “independent” candidates offered themselves, one of them
naively promising the electors to give his deputy’s salary, if elect
ed, to charity. Each briefly explained his own merits, hardly re
ferring to policy, but in one typical case saying, “I possess many
friends,” presumably friends in high places.
By W. A. Sibley, In the Chicago
Journal of Commerce,
fn rural districts the provision In
the legislative appropriation bill in
creasing the salaries of congressmen
from $7,600 to $10,000 a year is not
popular, nor will presidential ap
proval make it popular. There are
several reasons why this is true, one
of which is that tho Increase alone,
$2,600, is a larger sum than the great
majority of constituents in country
districts ever reach in their total of
earnings in their own vocations. To
them $7,500 is the equivalent of a
well stocked farm of fertile land with
a big orchard In one corner of it,
while $10,000 annually is an Income
■which most have about $200,000 of
value behind it. Few districts put
the value of a congressman at that
Congress has not been a popular
body for several years. The election
last November demonstrated that
From London Dally News.
"Clarence,” she called. He stopped
the car and looked around.
"I am not accustomed to call my
chauffeurs by their first names,
Ciarence. What Is you surname 7"
“Drive on, Clarence."
A rubber sponge, kept wet by run
ning water. Is a new time-saving In
vention for cleaning automobiles, says
Popular Science Monthly. A' rubber
tubing is fastened to the sponge through
a hollow handle and the other end of
the tubing is attached to a faucet or
garden hose. A small stream of water
Is sufficient to keep the sponge moiai.
fact, and few men who represent
farmers, villagers and small town
populations in congress are regarded
as having even a $10,000 "book value."
A very large proportion of 6uch
members never earned as much as
$5,000 a year before they were elected,
perhaps, and to boost their salaries
to $10,000 a year In a period of close
governmental economies is regarded
as both inconsistent and uncalled for.
In addition to these factors of pub
lic dislike for the raise, is the fact
that so few citizens can understand
how trivial an item congressional
salaries are when compared with the
total expenditures of the body for
public purposes. A 33 per cent, raise
in the salary of his congressman,
representing a total annual Increase
in public expenditure of less than
$2,000,000, Is more offensive to the
rural constituent than the waste of
40,000,000 or 100,000,000 by an extra
vagant congress. This the members
who may profit from ths increase of
Pardon Him, Mr. Apo.
From London Answers.
Charlie—Mummie, isn’t that monkey
Mother—Hush, darling. You musn’t
say things like that.
Charlie—But, Mummie, the monkey
can’t understand, can he?
A postcard device that tells Its mes
sage not to the eye but to the ear is
the invention in Germany of Charles
Rammelsberg, formerly of the German
patent office. With a phonographic
apparatus small enough to be carried
in a pocket, the tnyontor eaye, any one
Is able to make faithful voice records
on gelatin films ths slse of postcards.
Each record has a of'^clty of 640 to
their salaries will have sharply pres
sed upon their attention when up for
In the melodrama of life the jok*
U always on the man who can't
laugh at himself.—Asheville Times.
Being poor is sometimes more of &
habit than anything else.—Nash<
Why not place the license number
on the front bumper so It will b«
stamped on the pedestrian as «vl- J
Fining the bootlegger merely In- I
creases the overhead.—Newark
A wolf In sheep’s clothing Is not
so common as a shark In men’s.-*
President Coolldge decrees that at
the White House economy shall
hereafter he one notch nearer to
godliness than Is cleanliness.—Ro
John McCormack, tenor, goes on a
fishing trip and has to be rescued.
He hits the high ones better than tho
deep ones.—Peoria Transorlpt.
However, the girl who didn’t marry
for money always knew It was
The fine thing about being a law
yer, able to earn $123,000 a year. Is
that you can get a $12,000 Job.—Van*
-- * •-■
Higher Wages For This? T#
From the Baltimore Sun.
Congress then was on Its last lap.
Time wag left only for serious busi
ness. Statesmen must be sparing of
words as they work against the
clock. As proof that wisdom guides
deliberation In the hurrying mom
ents, we select this colloquy from a
debate In the House:
Mr. LOWREY. Mr. Speaker, will
the gentleman permit me To say a
Mr. BEGO. Allow me first to fin*
ish my statement.
Mr. LOWREY. I want to make a
Mr. HUDSPETH. Let me finish.
Mr. BLANTON. Mr. Speaker, will
the gentleman yield?
Mr. HUDSPETH. Yes.
Mr. BLANTON. Here Is the situa
tion: If this young man had been
married, his mother would not have
gotten a cent.
Mr. HUDSPETH. But he was not
Mr. BLANTON. I say, If he had not
been married, and If he had livod
another day, and then had married—■
Mr. HUDSPETH, He did not do
Mr. BLANTON, My colleague and
I come from the same part of the
west and we understand this lingo.
Given this clue—that one must
know the lingo to catch the drift of
the argument—we follow It up in
earnest effort to gain light and lead,
ing until we come to this:
Mr. BEGO. What Js going to hap
pen if she dies next year?
Mr. HUDSPETH. She will be dead
if she dies next year.
Staggering under the inexorable
logio of this reply, Mr. Begg take*
the count. Thus runs the time away.
From Stanford Chaparral
He—Your cousin refused t® t'SCofe
nlze me at the hop last night. Think#
I'm not hts equal, I suppose,
She—Rldloulous! Of course, you firs.
Why, he is nothing but a conceited Idi
et. _ _ _*
School Journeys for pupils, under the
car® of teachers of the London schools,
are valuable from an educational point
of view, and the number ha* greatly
Increased. They are carefully planned
and carried out and laat uaually from
a week to a fortnight.
The inauguration ef President Cool
ldge took place on the centennial
anniversary of the Inauguration of John
Quincy Adams, the last of kXjwedecoa
, sort from Massachusetts.
Cutf&jra for Pimply Face*.
To remove pimples and blackheads
smear them with Cuticura Ointment.
Wash off in five minutes with Cutl
cura Soap and hot water. Once clear
keep your skin clear by using them for
'daily toilet purposes. Don't fall to in
clude Cuticura Talcum. Advertisement.
Silver Foxes for England
A dispatch from London states that
England’s first venture in silver fox
farming will get under way soon, as
s result of a shipment of twenty pair
of foxes from Canada to the old coun
try. The forty animals, which rest
$40,000, will be installed on a plot of
ground near Oxford, and it Is claimed
by the promoters that the climate of
England Is Ideally suited for the rear
ing of silver foxes.
Do Yoa Know
When making an omelet. If a tea
spoon of Calumet Baking Powder te
added to every four eggs, and boatoa
in thoroughly, the omelet will be con
siderably lighter, more attractive and
“Why didn’t you sigu for the pack
Iges when the expressman came,
Kitty?" inquired Mrs. llrown of her
new little country maid.
With a very shy look, Kitty replied:
“I ain’t going to write my name in no
strange man’s autograph album—not
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