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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHIEF
TO DRIFT NEW CUSS
BILL IN SENATE WOULD CALL
MEN WHO HAVE REACHED
REFUSE TO RAISE AGE LIMIT
War Department Estimates Plan Will
Add About 700,000 Each Year
Badges for Those
Washington, Jun. 17. At the re
tucst of the war department Chulnnun
Cuumbcrlulu of thu senate military
committee Introduced u bill on Tues
day for the registration for military
iluty of all men who have become
itwcnty-oue yeurs old since Juue 0,
1017, when the druft law weut Into
In determining upon the registration
of men who have become twenty-ouo
'since the druft law wan enacted the
iwar department has rejected uny plun
to raise the ago limit of the draft to
tako In men more than thirty-one.
Another bill which Senator Chamber
lain Introduced at the request of the
administration, provide.- for furlough
lag National army men harvesting
crops and other agricultural duty.
Another bill puts the quota of the
states on the basis of available men In
the Drat clans Instead of on population.
Iteglstrntlon of men who huve be
come of ago slnco tho draft law was
enacted wus referred to In the recent
report of Provost Marshal General
Crowder, as one of tho meuns by which
a supply of men for the Nutlonul nrmy
might be assured without taking those
who might ha,vo otlicr dependents upon
It could be done, also, the provost
marshal general pointed out, by ex
tending the age limit above the present
line of thirty-one. The war department
baa adopted the first suggestion. It
,Is estimated that It will add about 700,
000 men to the draft avallablo each
Congressmen have been Informed
that further legislation would be neces
sary to perfect and carry on the druft
and tho passago of Senator Chamber
lain's bill with administration support
la expected promptly In both houses.
Another bill Introduced by Senator
Chamberlain would provide a distinc
tive badge or button for exempted
BACKS 'NO ANNEXATION' PUN
Tropical Africa Under International
Control and Freedom for India,"
Says British Labor.
London, Jan. 17. Tho British labor
party In a message to the Russian peo
ple, made public on Tuesday, an
nounced that tho British people ac
cepted for the British empire the Hus
sion principles of self-determination of
peoples and no annexations, particu
larly In the middle East, Africa and
The labor party declared In favor of
placing tho wholo of tropical Africa
under uniform International control.
The more rapid development of self-
government for India Is promised.
The manifesto concludes with a re
markable appeal to tho Teutonic peo
ples, as follows:
"Tho family Interests of dynasties or
tho dcslrt of tho German. Austria and
Magyar governing classes to dominate
other classes and nationalities must no
more be suffered to prevent self-determination
In central Europe, and there
by Imperil Europe as n whole, than the
Interests of British Imperialism or Brit
ish capitalism must be suffered to do
"Peoples of central Europe: Tills
catastrophe of the human race, this
fatal schism In tho civilized world, can
only be ended by the defeat of militar
ism on both sides and by the victory
on bcth sides of moral and Intellectual
fair dealing. If tho world is to be
saved It must bo saved by good faith
and reciprocity on tho part of all. Do
not fall us now. Do not let your gov
ernments drive the British people, as
they are driving tho Russlun people,
Into the terrible choice between con
' tlnulng the war and abandoning tho
nly principles that can save tho world.
"If this choice Is forced upon us wo
shall choose, us Russia chose. We shall
continue (tho war), but thu responsi
bility will be yours."
SHELL YARMOUTH FROM SEA
German Craft Bombards British Town
Three Persons Killed and Ten
Yarmouth, England, Jan. 17. Tho
enemy craft which bombarded Yar
mouth Monday night presumably was
a submarine or light cruiser. Tho
bombardment, which wns preceded by
Illumination of the town by large star
shells, continued about eight minutes.
Three persons wero killed and ten In
jured. Pope Told Peace Is Far Off.
Rome, Jun. 17. According to reli
able Vatican Information, papal nun
cios to Austria and Germany havo In
formed Pope Benedict that there is
no encouragement for peaco hopes nt
,tho present time.
Flyers Drop Wilson Speech.
Amsterdam, Jan. 17. The newspa
per Los Nouvelles Miys that allied air
planes last week dropped a thousand
copies of President Wilson's message
to congress In occupied areas In Belgium.
ALICE IN H00VERLAND
m i MmmimMMi im w.v. a iftr""' " i mam
KAISER VOIDS OFFER
CENTRAL POWER8 WITHDRAW
THEIR PEACE TERMS.
German General Objects to Appeals
Sent by the Russians to
Amsterdam, Jan. 14. The central
powers have withdrawn their peace
terms mnde public at the Brest-Lltovsk
conference on December D, It was an
nounced by Dr. von Kachlmann, the
German foreign secretary In his Bpcech
nt tho Brest-Lltovsk conference with
the Russians on Thursdny.
Owing to the nonacceptance by all
the enemy powers of thoso terms. Dr.
von Kuehlmnnn stated, that document
hod "become null and void."
In the name of the German chief
command. General Hoffmann nrotcsted
most strongly ngalnBt wireless mes
sages sent out from Russian military
stutlons, containing abuses of the Ger
man military Institutions and appeals
of a revolutionary character to the
This, ho said, transgressed the spirit
of the armistice. Representatives of
tho armies of Germuny's nllles Joined
in tho protest
At tho proposal of Leon Trotzky,
head of the. Russian delegation, the sit
ting was udjourned.
M. TrotZkV snld hn rniifHtnl nil.
Journment in order that the Russian
reply to tho Austro-Gcrmun declara
tions might bo prepared.
The next sitting was fixed for elev
en o'clock Friday morning. It was
ugreed that tho Russlun and Ukrainian
replies would bo read nt that time.
Count Czcrnln, tho Austro-Hungarl-an
foreign minister, nt a full sitting of
tho peace conference at Brest-Lltovsk
on Thursday said that as Russia's al
lies hud not replied to the Invention
to participate In the negotiations, it
was now a question of a separate
peace between Russia and the central
MILLION IN U. S. STORES LOST
Washington Barracks Swept by Fl re
Gasoline In Big Warehouse
Washington, Jan. 10. A quantity of
army supplies, Including $1,000,000
worth of food, was destroyed, the quar
termaster warehouse ruined and sev
eral other buildings damnged by a fire
on Monday at tho Washington barracks
occupied by engineer troops. A large
part of tho city's firo appnratus wns
culled upon to fight the flnmes, to
which added Impetus was given by tho
explosion of a quantity of gasoline
stored In ono purt of the big ware
house. Big U. S. Ship la Rammed.
An Atlantic Port, Jan. 10. Agents of
tho American steamship Texan, a ves
sel of 14,000 tons, received reports from
navul authorities that It was sinking
at sea. The location of the ship wns
not given. Tho naval authorities did
not state the cause of the Texan's dls
treuj, but reports reached shipping dr
cles hero from other sources were that
tho vessel hud been rammed nmldshlp
In collision with another ship,
$62,826 Taken by Slayer.
Camp Funston, Kan., Jan. 17. An
oftlclul cheek of the funds of the nrmy
bunk o: Camp Kunslon Mums Cnpt.
Lewis Whlsler stole $02.8:.'fl.21 when
ho robbed the bunk, slaying four men
with nn ux nnd Injuring a fifth.
Snow to Bring Big Crop.
Chicago, Jan. 17. The recent heavy
snows may glvo the country IIh great
est winter wheat crop, neeordlng to n
statement made on Tuesday by kh.
gene Davenport, dean of the Agricul
tural college of Illinois.
FIRE AT INDIANAPOLIS
FIRMS WORKING ON WAR CON.
TRACTS LOSE $1,000,000.
Four-Story Industrial Building, Six
Dwellings, Church and Other
Indianapolis, Jan. 15. Fire, believed
to have been Btartod by an Incendiary,
probably an alien enemy, on Sunday
night raxed tho four-story Industrial
building, occupying tho cntiro block
bounded by Tenth, Eleventh and Fay
ctto street and tho canal, nnd periled
the entire district bounded by Tenth
Btrcet on the south, the canal on the
west Fall creek on the north and Illi
Tho property loss is estimated at
more than $1,000,000. but. In snlto of
tho fact that six dwellings, a church,
a grocery and a saloon wero also de
stroyed, It Is believed that no lives
Thirty manufacturing firms have
establishments In the Industrial
building, nnd the fact that many of
them aro engaged In niuklne machines
nnd supplies, under war contracts, for
the government leads the authorities
to believe that the tiro was started by
an alien enemy.
Fir Chief Loucks Is of the opinion
that tho blaze was of incendiary ori
gin and federal agents and the city
police are proceeding on this theory.
HERTLING TO REPLY TO U. S.
Chancellor of Germany Will Answer
Both Wilson and Lloyd-George
Paper Threatens America.
Berlin, Jan. 14. Imperial Chancellor
llcrtllng probably will reply to tho
pence alms nddresses of President Wil
son nnd Premier Lloyd-George In a
speech In the relehstug Monday.
Amsterdam, Jun. 14. The Rheln
Ischo Westfullhcho Zeltung saya In re
gnrd to President Wilson's war ulms
"We nro working out our terms of
pence nnd Mr. Wilson will soon be
come nwuro of them."
The newspaper adds that Germany
ngrecs with Mr. Wilson on the free
dom of tho seas, but adds:
"Mr. Wilson Is unable to guarantee
It to us; therefore we propose to en
force It with U-boats."
MAJ. A. P. GARDNER IS DEAD
Former Congressman From Massachu
setts Dies of Pneumonia at Camp
Wheeler Base Hospital.
Washington, Jnn. 1C MnJ. Augustus
P. Gnrdner of Hamilton, Muss., died
In the Cump Wheeler base hospital on
Monday after a short Illness from
Major Gardner, who wns a veteran
of the Spanish-American war, resigned
his sent In the house of representatives
Inst May to enter the nrmy. During
his public career he was ono of tho
most active figures In the fight for
military preparedness, nnd he wns ono
of tho lending supporters of tho reso
lution recognizing tho Btnte of wnr
Kentucky for Prohibition.
Frankfort, Ky., Jnn. in. Both
houses of the Kentucky general nim
bly ratified the proposed prohibition
nmemlment to tho federal Constitution.
Kentucky Is the third Mute to Indorso
F. E. Small Is Hanged.
Concord, N, II., Jan. 1(1. Frederick
L. Small, n, former Boston hanker,
was' hanged at the state prison for the
murder of his wife. Florence Arleen
Smnll. at their homo In Osslpee, In Sep
GERMANY DETERMINED TO SUR.
RENDER NO FRUITS
GRAVEYARD OF MILITARISM
8olemn Warning Given to Polish Dep.
uty to Reichstag Committee
Four Mlnuto Men Meet
London Tho latest Gorman roports
which havo como through Amsterdam,
to which city thoy woro forwarded by
tho semi-official Wolff bureau, flatly
assort that tho military party has
gained tho victory In tho territorial
policy of Germany and show what
fnco that country proposes to put ori
annexations In tho cast. Tho gulso In
which thoso aro presented that tho
peoples of thoso countries already
havo determined tholr futuro status
through existing representative bodies
and that this determination Is irre
vocable. Whether tho German news
papors from which nil theso reports
havo been taken ropresont tho gen
oral fooling or nro extracts culled by
tho consorship for circulation abroad,
remains to bo socn.
Four Minute Men at Lincoln.
Lincoln. What Is said to havo been
tho lnrgest stnto meeting of four
mlnuto mon ever hold slnco tho or
ganization of that branch of service,
was concluded hero Saturday after
noon, whon fifty-throe county chair
mon and workers mot at tho Commer
cial club. Almost 200 mon attended
tho conference Short addresses woro
given by Guorney E. Nowlin, represent
ing the council of national defense,
and Prof. M. M. Fogg, head of tho
Nebraska four mlnuto men. Several
county chairmen and four mlnuto
speakers took part in the discussion
that followed tho talks, and at tho
conclusion of tho meeting resolutions
wore adopted expressing the appreci
ation of tho four minute men of Ne
braska for the co-operation and assist
ance of tho theater managers of Ne
braska in conducting tho work.
GRAVEYARD OF MILITARISM
Solemn Warning Given by Polish
Deputy to Reichstag Committee.
London Reading between the lines
in the German newspapers it becomes
apparent that the conference of mili
tary and political leaders now taking
place at Berlin are regarded as an
effort to obtain some sort of an agroo
mont among the Gorman parties as to
war aims. At present all signs point
to tho triumph of tho militarists, altho
it Is ovldent the opposing forces aro
making a strong fight. The Munich
"A death struggle is now proceed
ing botweon tho rcichstag peaco ma
jority and tho military annexationist
party. Wo do not yet know which
sldo tho government will support nnd
Egyptian darknoss enshrouds tho na
tion's peaco aims."
Grain In Plenty to Supply Needs
Chicago. There is plenty of grain
to supply tho needs of tho United
States and tho nllios during 1918, but
it is up to tho government to movo
it from tho farms to tho centers of
distribution, according to statements
by reprosontatives from grain ex
changes from all over the country at
tho convention of tho national coun
cil of grain exchanges. Millions of
bushels of corn will go to waste un
less trains to movo It can bo furnished
within sixty days, it was said.
Delegates to tho council declared
that corn and wheat crops last yoar
exceeded nil expectations and that an
oven greater yield was expected this
year. Conditions for winter wheat
wero doclarod to bo hotter than at any
tlmo during the past ten years.
Ask for Ex-Emperor's Removal.
Potrograd. Tho executive commit
tee of the peasants' deputies has
passed a resolution urging tho'councll
of wnrkmnn nnrl nnltHm-a rinmitlna tn
J ordor tho romoval of former Emperor
Nicholas and his family from Tobolsk
to Potrograd or Kronstadt. Tho coun
cil Is asked to place tho former im
perial family on trial boforo a revolu
tionary tribunal at either of thoso
Thousands of Food Substitutes
Amsterdam. Ten thousand substi
tute food articles havo been intro
duced into Gormany since tho war,
according to a statomont by Professor
Juckonack, a prominent German food
oxport. Ho mentions as tho moat
striking oxamploB of successful substi
tution tho following: Artificial butter,
eggs, salad oil, monoy, milk, coffeo, tea,
sugar, tobacco, fish, sausago, cheeso
and caviar. Somo of tho substitutes
aro directly harmful, but othors ara
bo good that thoy will outlive tho war.
Saved Taxpayers Millions
Washington. Tho Council of Na
tional Dofensa and Its committees,
Director Gilford told tho sonato war
Inquiry committoo hnd filled a breach
in tho govornmont's war machinery at
a critical Juncturo and had saved tho
taxpayors millions of dollars. Through
voluntary agreements In prlcu-flxlng,
ho said tho nation had been saved
inoro than throo million dollars on
stool. Othor savings running Into tho
millions, woro cited on copper, load,
lumbor and raw materials.
NEBRASKA WOMEN ACTIVE
Council of Defense Will Give Public
Tho woman's commlttco of tho
Stato Council of Dofcnso, of which
Prof. Sarka Hrbkovn Is chairman, has
inaugurated a series of patriotic ad
drosses to bo glvon at public schools,
church, farm club and other organi
Tho addresses will bo given by
members of tho woman's committoo
speakers' bureau, of which Mrs. A.
W. Field of Lincoln la chairman. Any
ono desiring n speaker for a tcn-mln-uto,
half hour or hour address, should
apply to Mrs. Field. Tho organization
asking for an addross is to pay tho
expenses on routo of tho spenkor.
MIsb Hrbkova, tho chairman of tho
woman's commlttco, has nlono mado
208 public addresses slnco Juno 17,
1917, when sho was appointed by
Keith Novlllo to tho position of wom
an member of tho Nebraska Stato
Council of Dofonso.
Theso nro tho women who will fill
Mrs. A. W. .Field, M4 South Seven
teenth street, Lincoln, chairman speakers'
Mrs. C. U. AWen, Kimball.
M 88 Anna Anderson, St. Paul.
Mlsi bather 11. Anderson. Kearney.
.Mrs. J. y. Hancock, Cambridge
Mrs. A. II. Ituekh.uiH. I'leico.
Miss .lulla Hurtles, McConk.
Mrs. John It. Hennett. Crete.
Mrs. J. V. Ulrkfer, Gothenburg.
Mrs. n. Hlarchnrd, Keamev.
Mrs- C. ,T Howeti, Alniwortli.
.? "J; Campbell, Hebron
Miss l.ollne Clnrk. Fremont.
Miss I.ucy M. Clark, Chadron Normal.
Mrs. J. II. Corrlck, Culbertson.
Miss Blanche Cox. Clmppell.
Mrs. It. F. Cottrell. .North IMatte.
Mrs. Oscar Crnlir. Utle.i.
Miss Mary Crawfoid. Kearney Normal
Dr. Anna Cross, Crawford.
Mrs. II. i:. Daniels. South Auburn.
Sirs. I-red M. Deweeae, Dawson.
Mrs. Claudia D. Dole. Alliance.
Mrs. W. C. KiiRllih. Chadron.
Mrs. ltuth Krfniau, Hlldreth.
MIhs Annie M. i;vunn. Dikoto.
Mrs. It. K. Kairell, Schuyler.
Mrs. U II. Fenner, Harwell.
Miss Hess 11. Kill, Stanton.
Mrs. i:. l. Frederic MemptiK
Mrs. Gem-go I.. Frcebein. Central City.
Miss Julia Fuller, Beatrice.
Mrs. 15. K. CalliKher. O'Neill.
Mrs. C. H. Hamblln, Tekamah.
Miss Kate llcacock, Falls City.
Dr. Elizabeth Hohl. McCook.
Miss Alice Howell, F-2, Orlo. Lincoln.
Mrs. Yale Huffman. Auior.i.
Mrs. II. I,. Kcefe, Wntthlll.
Mrs. J. II. Kerr. Ansley.
Mrs. K. A. Lour, Madison.
Miss Rachel McKlroy. Kimball.
Mrs. S. Ij. Mains, Crete.
Miss Louise Meredith, Battle Creek.
Mrs. John II. Morehead, Fulls City.
Mrs. J. N. Paul. St. Paul.
Miss Laura n. PfelfTer. Orlo, Lincoln.
Mrs. L. L. Itnymond, Scottsbluft.
Mrs. V. A. HobeitBon. Plattsmouth.
Mrs. E. II. Ilockwell. Valentino.
Mrs. Alice Searle, Ogallala.
Mrs. C. C. Shepherd, Ord.
Mrs. John II. Slakcr. Hastings.
Mrs. R. J. SpauldlnK, Gothenburr.
Mrs. E. M. Stecn. Loup City.
Miss Alice Hunter, Lincoln.
Mrs. C. S. Stover. Geneva.
Mrs. T. K. Van Pelt, Rushnell.
Mrs. J. S. Vnlh, Gothenburg.
Mrs. William Wheeler. Lincoln.
Mrs. J. W. Wllletts, McCook.
Mrs. C. A. Williams. NcllKh.
Mrs. W. H. Williams. Alnsworth.
Mrs. K. M. Klmmell. McCook.
Mrs. II. S. Mace, Columbus.
Mrs. S. A. McCloud, York.
Mrs. C. It. Mead. Blair.
Miss Emma It. Miller. West Point.
Miss Vlnnle Newell, Harriott.
Mrs. Edgar U. Penney, Fullerton.
Mrs. J. D. Reld. I'llRcr.
Mrs. C. G. Ityan, Grand Island.
Mrs. George C. Sheldon, Nehawka.
Mrs. Frank Smith. Red Cloud.
Miss Anna II. Spanoglc, Red Cloud.
Miss Eunice L. Starrett. Central City.
Miss MarKUorito Stevenson. Kearney.
MIhs Lillian 17. Stoner, Osceola.
Mrs. J. It. Swain, Oreelev.
Mrs. It. T. Van Metre. Fremont
Miss Esther Warner, Seward.
Miss Ruth I. Whltmorc, Valley.
Miss Floronco Williams. Chappell.
Mrs. Russell Williams. Chappell.
Mrs. S. P. Zeltlow, Erlcson.
Only a fow applications have been
rocclvcd by tho adjutant general's of
fice from former national guard of
ficers for admlttanco to tho national
guard officers training camp.
Adjutant General Hugh E. CInpp
has now charge of matters pertaining
to tho homo guard organizations. Tho
stato council of which tho adjutant
genoral is a member has turned the
organizations over to his department.
Stato Land Commissioner Shum
way has received word that an eight
foot vein of lignite coal has been dis
covered by the Pralrlo Oil and Gas
company of Indepondonco, Kan., In a
test oil well being bored five miles
northeast of Harrisburg, Danner coun
ty. T.ho roport that reached Mr.
Shumway gave no details except that
the eight-foot vein was struck at a
depth of 1,000 foot.
Govornor Keith Novlllo has wirct
tho war department at Washington
for special dispensation so that mem
bers of tho Seventh Nebraska regi
ment, disbanded on his order may en
list and Join tho Nebraska guards
mon at Camp Cody, Doming, N. M., In
tho Thirty-fourth division. Governor
Novlllo points out that the members
of tho Seventh could not enlist bo
foro tho close of tho period designated
by tho war department becauso thoy
wore already In service
All Nebraska seed houses havo been
asked by tho seed stock committoo of
tho stato council of dofense to give
tho results of germination tosts on
tho need corn which thoy havo for
sale. Somo of tho reports aro in, and
they show a serious condition. Ono
firm roported that best test which It
received was 43 por cent Somo of
tho corn gathered this year grades
almost zero in germinating quality.
Tho normal ncrcago of corn in Ne
braska is 7,000,000 acres and It ro
quires about 1,000,000 bushels of ex
tra seed to plant this area.
Stato Land Commissioner Shum
way has received a roport showing
that 320 acres of stato land In Dixon
country which had boon washed away,
has again boon roplacod by tho action
of tho Missouri river. Tho Dixon
county commissioners havo oppraisod
tho land at $7 an ncro for loaslnr
purposes. Somo stato lots In Nemnhn
county, valued nt ?1,600, which woro
washed away, hnvo como back and
tho tract has bcon leased and tho
stato has received, a bonus of $12r,
above tho rental based on appraised
From Suffering by Getting
Her Lydia E. Pinkham's
Pittsburgh, Pa, " For many month
I was not able to do my work owing to
a weakness wntco
and headaches. A
friend called my
attention to ono of
thrco bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkham'a
pound for me.
After taking two
bottles I felt fina
and my troubles caused by that weak
ness are a thing of the past All women
who suffer as I did should try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."
Mrs. Jab. Roiirbero, 620 Knapp St,
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Women who suffer from any form of
weakness, ns indicated by displacement.
Inflammation, ulceration, irregularities,
backache, headaches, nervousness or
"tho blues," should accept Mrs. Rohr
berg's suggestion and give Lydia E,
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ft
For over forty years It has been
correcting such ailments. If you hav
mysterious complications write for
advice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co., Lynn, Mass.
In our convolution Inst evening at
tho supper tnble we discussed wheat
less and meatless day and llghtlesft
nights. When supper was llulshcd we
thought the matter forgotten, but dur
ing the night half a dozen cats selected
as n meeting place a spot beneath our
bay windows. And at breakfast table
the following morning Uobby said, "I
guess we are going to hnvo sleepless,
nights, too." Chicago Tribune.
"Cold In the Head"
Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per
sons who ara subject to frequent "cold
In the- head" will nnd that the use or
HAMS CATARRH MEDICINE will
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them less llnblo to colds.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh mar
lead to .Chronic Catarrh.
HALle CATARRH MEDICINE is tak
en Internally and arts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the 8ystem.
All DruKSlsts 75c, Testimonials free.
1100.00 for any ea.tm or catarrh that
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
George Cohan was advising un older
playwright who had not yet achieved
"You must give the public happy end
ings," Mr. Cohun said. "A happy end
ing must he given, even If you have to
falsify the truth.
"We nil falsify the truth at times.
Thus, on the stage, when the lovers
kiss, their troubles are over, whereas
In real life, of course, It's when bey
kiss that their troubles begin."
RED CROSS STORY.
Red Cross Dall Blue and what It
will do BeomB liko an old story, but lt
true. Red Cross Ball Bluo is all blue.
No adulteration. Makes clothes whiter
than snow. Uso It next washday. All
good grocers sell It. Adv.
He Knew Her.
She I've had that parrot two ycar
and It hns never said n word.
He Why don't you give It a chancer
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Dayi
Drnnrtsta rofund muner If VA7.0 OINTMHNT fall
to cure Itchlnc. Wlna. lllelln or 1'rotrnaing l'llo.
nmuppllcatlonglTO relief. Wo.
Every time enre drives a nail In your
wooden overcoat laugh heartily and
draw it out. .
The road to sell Is paved with good
Mr. HarWs Condition Was Criti
cal Until Doan's Were Used.
Health Was Restored.
'Tor six month I couldn't walk, 1
was so swollen as the result of kidney
trouble' says Geo. T. Madara, 15 Mt.
Vernon Ave., Pitman Grove, Camden.
N. J.: "Backache drovo me nearly wild
ana Dig lumps lorraoa
over each kidney. I
bloated until I weighed
407 pounds, and I was a
sight to behold. The
water in my system
pressed around my heart
and I sometimes felt as
if I was being strangled.
The kidney secretions
were scanty and con
tained thick sedi
, No one can imagine how I suffered.
I finally went to the hospital, but when
an operation was suggested I would
not consent and came home.
"I heard how Doan's Kidney Pills
had helped others, so I discarded all
the other medicines and started tak
ing them. The second day I began
to improve and as I continued, my
back stopped paining and the swelling
went down. Tho other kidney trou
bles left, too, and I was soon as well
Sworn to before me,
Philip Schmitz, Notary Public.
Get Doan's t Any Store, COc alios
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