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Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Washington, Iowa The Washington Democrat wednesday. June 4, 1919. June 2. 1919, mrs. Will Nelson of Omaha n ebr., is visiting her sister mrs. T. La May 28, 1919. M r s. J. In. Harvey of Nea r spent saturday night and Baines. Went to Des Moine it mrs Kortwright last week to visit her son. Harry Kort Wright who has just returned in co a seas a of Harper Karn mrs. Olive Kerr Aas. Spent last v. Be k visiting it to. Home of mrs. Sari so Davidson. Or. And mrs. In ii Hay in visited in i Moines Las t week or. And mrs for i Sipe and laugh hers Lucite and m Iriam. Visited in Cedar rapids la fir it of lust week miss lots Davit son returned Home week from f Nith Dakota where she h s been to Tell i ii a miss Bessie you no of Kansas City visited relatives i a re last week. Mrs. Green of Kansas was a vis for at tile it s i Ute it Ouk i. St we mrs. Fug be b Row to of a Hing ton visited Friend. Lier. Tut Day v or lug it it route to s to visit her Dan get r. Or. I. A Slie p pm is and mrs w. E Waldo we Anwyl entertained the la riles of tin facial hour of us wednesday after it it at the and Home several memory contests were indulged in and the afternoon was Mur h enjoyed. A delicious two co urse luncheon was served by to. Bos passes assisted by master Lyle Anwyl w. In Mccall am i sister. Miss Mary Mccall Wen to i Biggsville Illinois wednesday to visit at the j y. White in Home front there Tiev went to Monmouth to at ten d Slit general a mania of the i i Hurt h. Harvey Davis a turned Holt a Laet v a k from Ore r s a a % he a the t St i or. And Wellston sunday at the Earl Burroughs Home. Mrs. J s and children spent saturday and sunday at the mrs Henke in me in Washington or. And mrs. Warren Weller and son Earl and Lloyd Luers. Also John sheets Aud family spent sunday at the f. L Mangold Home. Ii a. Engle and family spent sunday at the will Shetz Home near Titus Hoy Wells and family spent sunday it the Leo Simmerman Home North of Washington. Hael Engle silent saturday night and sunday at the Harve batiks Home. Or. And i. In c. Robertson Are Levy Days in Washington f Teloir laughter Pearl y i of j i i t a i miss i a 11 is a this writing which we d i report a att old remedy for children. Moth Gray s Sweet powders for children hav Icen used by mothers for even to years for feverish Ness bad stomach teething disorders Kiel headache. They break Iii colds in 24 hours move and regulate the bowels and destroy Hor Iii. Let a package at your gored. Druggists to use when needed. 4lt4 May 26, 1919. Aired Hillhouse Isva siting relatives Here Over sunday. He has been in above round routine audacious spending a in a it count at the Conn some bet a r Are very Ell France and is on his Way Home to California. Or. And mrs. Will Mitchell spent sunday As the John Hillhouse Home in Washington. Miss Fern Palmer of near Haskins is visiting at will Seville a. Mrs. Margaret Pratt and daughter Zeta of Washington were Over Sun Day visitors at Glen Pratt s. Mrs. Hattie Shrader entertained her sunday school class Jit dinner sunday this lass is the Young ladies of the pleasant Hill Church Clark Tucker and family visited Sun Day at will Stafford a after attending services at pleasant Hill. Let urge Hillhouse and daughter Glen Hie mrs George Garrett. Ben Miller a and family and Alfred Hillhouse Are spending the Day. Monday at the Jake Shrader Home. Roll Gam on is hauling his Oats to the elevator Here monday. Mrs p. If. Hay Ley. Of Crawfordsville the county sunday school Secretary v ill give talk on the Standard Sun j Day school at the pleasant Hill Church j sunday june the 1st, after the Sunray j school hour. A Good attendance is de men who do things Are not those who have their nose constantly on Grindstone. A certain vice president of a great Railroad once remarked that lie would much rather have in his employ a train dispatcher who had a Cigar in his Mouth and his feet cocked up on the desk than one who kept his nose too closely to the Grindstone. As be bad come up through the ranks the vice presidents opinion was seasoned j these pm push creatures their due How with accurate knowledge and experience. His theory was that the Dis Story of the Indian Crow that illustrates Well his most uncanny knowing Ness. Travellers in the Orient have much to say about the Indian Crow a Bird that for uncanny knowing Ness and Frankish audacity Bas perhaps no equal. Corvus splendour thus have ornithologists labelled him but a famous naturalist who knows the Breed at first hand has called them a shreds of satan cinders from to give is ays a 7 a i George r _ author of Quot at Good old Siwash the president 44 _ i it lev John Ferguson came West on a it business and attended the general Assembly a few Days and Ca my on Over to visit his Mother ii is charge of a Mission Church in Buffalo and must be successful As he was elected Moderator for the Synod of new York. At their last meet be his wife is president of the inter denominational mis it it i a Odd. Or. And mrs. Frank visited sunday it the Cal Mayhew Home in Washington. A it last wee Tiss m a r a re Felt s a a arg alas Yon to a National meeting. Stomach troubles. If you have trouble with your stomach you should try chamberlains tablets. So Many have been restored to health by the use of these tablets and their coat is so Little 25 cents that it Heyworth while to give them a trial. For Sale by Sherman Bros. 48t4 Patcher wish Iii feet cocked up had bus Road in better Shope than the Grindstone exponent Aud could figure out the moves on the transportation chessboard better an official of probably the largest corporation in the world was reported to the Bead of the corporation by a Large stockholder As continually loafing and looking out of his office win Low. The president assured the stockholder that the Man was not loafing but thinking and that his plans had saved in one year More than Bis salary for Twenty. You can go through the office of the National City Bank of new York the largest Bank in America and find men sitting at Glass topped desks on which there is tort a scrap of paper. 5 it the Dally business of this Bank would keep a dozen country batiks Busy to capacity. You can pick at random one Hundred of the highest executives of the country and find More than of per cent sitting at desks absolutely Bare. Said that life in enlivened by their a characteristic an it Bertin Las Page a h l j or j it u Voin ii. W. L a no Dang Ter Tien de parted met morning flt it a a i it sri the her unifier a t Alberto a Low a or s. T. J e Tater at a i daughter i Bush Hagg Topping ii. Dave port Friday Ward and 11 a r r y by rain both r Turin so Over. Hers left eve lug for to Cir to it i in k a sits Cit i Lav it a visited their bist Rhi logs a Craw to the u min v of Las d week Tise i and i of the e United Brethel a it Hutch fully carried ii tee o n or. W As tin stickier it i or. Stick Ley v invited the Civ <4 the a i birthday \ derail. It it i a in it it a a it a prepare for big things the Man who dribbles out his Money on a lot of Little pleasures and never saves a cent is going to be denied some Reat big pleasures or miss some big Opportunity some Day maybe soon. By t you you Are going to prepare for the big things by denying yourself some of the Little ones. You re going to do it by starting a savings account today. Efficient above All things n ii remain of the civil War to al him. At i non a Deli car served by the ladies Rennie Moore departed Mona for Cedar rapids where or -pi�?1 no so inner i inner liners w re 11 ii a v he Wil a Washington National Bank Harry. Hen Hay at d miss Ivah ii. Sin of Washington Urf Gin a i it spa shard hmm tuesday. Nam Utti a a the Only National Bank in Washington mrs. Crowder of Oskaloosa returned Home monday morning after a few Days visit with her daughter in Law mrs j runes Crowder at the mrs. Eva Gwinn Home. Human ingenuity has never constructed machine of greater perfection than the shears. Recurring to the very High efficiency of shears although Hie use of the word a a pair is Correct when one rein mar i that each Blade is an old English a a seen a or Cutter the inventor must have been a practical Mechanic. He was probably one of the earliest of inventors because among the pictures on the Walls of the rues tuba or Tomb of to. At ancient Memphis shears Are pictured for clipping Wool from sheep and goats. The deceased to must have been a person of much importance in the fifth dynasty 2,100 ii. Although he modestly described himself As a keeper of the therefore shears were in familiar use i do years ago and their Genera form has not been improved upon. This is due to the True engineering principle behind the shears. The invention would appear to have sprung fell fledged into the world like Minerva from the brain of Jupiter. Imagination is required to picture the admiration with which the first user of a pair of shears contemplated Tho perfection of tin service rendered. Although he probably did not recognize the fact the efficiency of the shears is i 0-10 per cent perfection. Ever it should be India is not a Little presence. Here i tale of their doings a Small Hawk had seized a Little Bird and perched on a leafless Branc h to devour his prey. The spectacle Drew two crows to the spot. They hopped and mapped from Branch to Branch noisily discussing the strategy of their intended raid. Then one of them quietly slipped away through the surrounding foliage at the. Same time his mate flew in front of tile perched Hawk and hovering steadily within a foot of ills beak maintained a bustling menace of snatching the Titbit. That effectively compelled the attention of the Hawk. His prey grasped firmly beneath his find lie angrily hissed and lunged at the hovering nuisance. So Lively was the skirmish that the human onlooker forgot the existence of the second Crow. Rut now that wily Bird reappeared some distance in Tho rear of his destined victim. Wit ii Stealthy sailings and Short noiseless flights he Drew near. Then he made a Swift dash seized the Hawks Long barred Tail by the tip. Hung on with All his weight and toppled the luckless Hawk in a Complete Back somersault from the Branch. The released Titbit was instantly seized by the first Crow and the Clever pair bore off their Booty with much triumphant cawing. 4444<4<4444444444<444444444444 444444444 44 4 43 now the time Here the place worthy winsome fearful Wash waists with the Advent of the summer season comes the insistent de hand for the sensible and serviceable and sightly Wash waists. They re a a Good at All times but particularly for summertime Wear when a clean. M Crisp Cool comfortable Blouse makes a Bright Summers Day seem All the brighter. A a a sensing As we did this More Active demand for the practical Wash Waist we have in accordance with our policy of a a preparedness made ample provision to meet it with stocks that Are wide in their scope and brimful of tin distinctive the Iii Umuiwi but still the Correct and wanted styles. A a these new blow s have a three fold Appeal Goor i , 1.000 style moderate Erice. Many of the prices Are so extremely modest that you la wonder How they can be sold for so Little. New Wirth mor waists arrive did you Ever Wear a Wirth mor Waist did you if not you really do not know just How Good a Waist $1.50 will buy and we want you to find out. For the information will be found valuable to you. As to the waists themselves they have a surpassing excellence hardly expected in waists so lowly priced As the Wirth mor plan under which they Are made and sold to us and in this City to us Only this is you Assurance always of style correctness Quality fabrics dependable workmanship perfect fitting and Complete satisfaction in every Waist bearing the Wirth mor Label t5�?front prettily embroidered eyelet and Horal design. Large Flat Collar and cuffs he stitched trimmed. To round neck front embroidered in distinctive design and further trimmed with tucks Flat Collar. He stitched seams. New Irth mor waists am Tim i \ a v v it i i Iii it Quot v. La ii a a ii in i v Tkv Zjr a a p of v al a a Vaas in a t7�?Fine Venice lace trims Collar and tucks of alternating Width and Large Pearl buttons trim front. Body of Fine voile Collar and cuffs of Organ die. Tsp attractive Model in colors Blue and Pink with collars and cuffs of White Organ die. Material is splash voile sheer summary and pretty. Round neck. Wirth mor waists Are sold at si.50 the nation Over and they Are nationally recognized As a Standard at that Price. I Here can he just one Wirth mor store in every City. 75he new York store classifying the apartment the apartment in spite of wide physical differences belongs to the same family As the Lead razor and the wooden Nutmeg. It is built to get rid of mid the persons who acquire our usually find that it Isnit what they thought it was. Tri the popular mind the apartment belongs to the great family of Homes and can easily he made Ritto a True Home by the addition of a rubber Plant and an enlarged photograph of the colosseum. Tills is As much of a fallacy As to think that a bluejay can be made into a Bluebird by giving Blin a Bluebird House to nest in. The bluejay belongs to the Crow family and while his plumage May please the aesthetic senses for a time ills raucous screams and his bullying Pugna City will inevitably offend every one. The Wise Man in acquiring an apartment views it is a Branch of the wooden Nutmeg family and determines to pass it on to someone else with All possible . Is duty of All to be fit National efficiency demands that All citizens keep themselves in Good physical condition. There no thousands perhaps millions of individuals who might be willing to die for their country if the Accident of timing of military age and fortunes of War should occasion such a sacrifice who apparently Are not willing to Reform their personal habits and go into training to improve themselves personally Lur the Sake of adding to our combined National efficiency. And yet i believe that of any one of these men is once brought to see this question i its right Light he will not hesitate to do any thing and everything to improve himself. It is a personal duty and it is a National duty. Why should Only the soldiers go into training Success in modern warfare is said to lie bused 70 per cent or More upon Industrial and business efficiency. Then Why should not the workers find business men go into training to make themselves As vigorous fit and efficient a it our soldiers the Wear and tear of Bushless administrations will sometimes be found just As trying As the Rigours of military life. Vast numbers of business men die prematurely in Middle age just when their business or professional Success most requires their continued Energy and direction. One should be fit for any emergency. The requirements of War and business Are after All not be different As one might suppose. In either Case it is primarily a matter of building vitality organic strength nerve strength mid that Quality of a a resistance needed to endure a Strain of any kind that May be placed upon one. President Wilson can to find any fault with the european photographers. Thep never snap him when he Isnit looking too per cent Wilson. Some watch while the latest thing in watches is the thin round or Octagon Gold timepiece copt. Martin Van Buren Bates who died at his Home in Seville Ohio wore a watch that weighed four pounds. It was set with diamonds and a delicate set of Chimes sounded the hours As the watch rested in ins Vest pocket. It was a gift from Queen Victoria. It May he explained that the Man who wore the four Pound watch was a famous giant. He stood 7 feet 4 inches and weighed 380 pounds. Ile was born in Eastern Kentucky and served As a Soldier in the command of Gen. John Morgan tli6 Confederate cavalry Leader. He later toured the world with a circus with his first wife Annie Swan who was 8 feet tall. Drugs excite your a kidneys use salts if your Back is aching or bladder bothers drink lots of water and eat less meat evening. Thus my wife and i have begun life together. I think that most of our evenings will he spent in the room dedicated to a kind word for life Universal. No matter How closely the warring forces of existence within or without have pressed upon us elsewhere when we enter of rare we enter peace. We shall be walled in from All darkness of whatsoever meaning our better selves will be the sole guests of those Luminous hours. And surely no greater Good Fortune can befall any household than to escape an ignoble evening. To attain a Noble one is like lying calmly Down to sleep on a Mountain top towards which our feet have struggled upward amid enemies al Day Lane Allen. When your kidneys Hurt and your Hook feels sore done to get scared and proceed to Load your stomach with a lot of drug that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep your bowels clean by Flushing them with a mild harmless Kilts which removes the body a ruinous waste and stimulates them to their Normal activity. The function of Tho kidneys is to filter Tho blood. In 24 hours they Strain from it 600 grains of acid and waste so we can readily understand the vital importance of keeping the kidneys Active. Drink lots of water you can to drink too much also get from any pharmacist about four ounces of Jad salts take a tablespoonful in a Glass of water before breakfast each morning for a few Days and your kidneys will act Fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and Lemon juice combined with Lithia and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate clogged kidneys also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer is a source of irritation thus ending bladder weakness. Jad salts is inexpensive cannot injure makes a delightful effervescent Lithia water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep their kidneys clean and Active. Try this also keep up the water drinking and no doubt you will wonder what became of your kidney trouble and backache. Ltd he president of the United i states is a Good and Wise Man a who la elec Ted by the people to give tone to politics in Washington he is popularly supposed to run the country too but he does no to. He merely looks Over the train sheets. The president serves four years. Some of the most durable Jive served eight years. He gets $75,000 a year and lives in the White House a Large mansion completely surrounded by newspaper reporters. He does no to get his salary for living in the White House but it is said to be Worth the Money. The president usually rises to his High office from obscurity and goes Back there promptly As soon As his term is Over. Only native born americans can be president. This discourages immigrants so that they rarely go into politics. They go into business instead and become aldermen. It is the duty of the president to veto All Bills passed by the opposition to see that the Cabinet chairs Are freshly filled each morning and to eat whatever is set before him no matter How badly the banquet committee May have fallen Down he must fit a Pullman car berth neatly must enjoy seeing his features warped All out of shape by cartoonists and must give reporters Aud writers any desired details about his Way of shaving or his Brand of socks or the Way in which to ties his shoes. The president is Public property and is Pever allowed to forget the fact. The Public is very hard on presidents too just As it is on the rest of its property. Very few presidents live very Long after their escape. The president works very hard and is worked even More heart Lessly. In former Days executives were very poor House cleaners but nowadays the president who did no to clean up at least a department of government a week would be accused of incredible carelessness. The chief exercises of the White House a or Rye mansion surrounded by rep Ort cts presidents Are shaking hands with office seekers. They Are of various denominations. Some Are episcopalians some presbyterians and one or two have been thirty cent pieces. Candidates for the presidency Are chosen by influential politicians in a National yell Marathon held every four years. The candidate getting the longest yell is nominated. It is customary to elect Republican presidents. The presidents have All been Noble honest men. They Are even grander and nobler after death for then even the opposition admits it. If a president works hard and makes Good he gets into the Hall of Fame and has 100,000 namesakes thus far however no namesake has Ever become president. A �11 of Quot a Quot i cd. I. So h in r. It a tix i. I. R t Ltd Etc a a i c b n or Cecii Joo -5 Hub. To j c Quot a Yin alcohol-3 per cent. Ave table preparation Foras s i Mila unit it incl boil by Regula line the stomachs and bowels of a cup thereby promoting digestion signature cheerfulness and Rusl contaut neither opium morphine nor Mineral. Not narcotic Jyh w 5olddr Sahlu to r pumpkin seed als. Senna Jim a it salts i an Iff Seel fibrin seed clarified sugar i amp intr Tymn a of a Hupf Ulrch by for nonslip no and Dildo. I and feverish Ness my of resulting there front in a Fwy facsimile signature j the cevtattrc0mp4 new Yore Castonia for infants and children. Genuine Gastola always ears the \. Exact copy of wrapper. In use for Over thirty years Castoria the Centaur company. New Vork a Etc. My Washington county farm bargain Are you seeking a Home or a Good investment that will make Money Here a your Chance we have a 160 acre Washington county farm for Sale upon very Good terms. Fair improvements. About Tio acres plow land. 80 acres of this farm is Fine Black level Corn land. 50 acres of Good rolling Blue grass pastureland. This is certainly a Good farm to make Money for the Man who farms it or the investor. Will take a House and lot in Washington and some Cash and carry the balance Back upon the land at 5vl% for Long time. See us for particulars and Price. Chances like this Are not plentiful. If you want it get Busy for it will soon be gone. We have a Good list of 80�?Ts, 120�?Ts and 160-acre farms located near Washington that we Cali sell now for March first delivery. We made plenty of Money for our clients last year. Let us help you make some. Office Over Cooke a cafe. North is tie Square Call 159 Blue Dempsey real estate company Thos. J. Dempsey Jno. W. Teeter More desolate than a last be irs Birdsnest is a wet poster still clinging to a dry billboard after the country has gone dry

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