FORMER SHERIFF COMES!
OUT WITH THE FACTS!,
Prominent Man Says Money
Couldn't Buy Good Tanlac
Did For Him.
' "COULDN'T MAKE MISTAKE."
"I Never Felt Better in My
Life," Says Mr. Anderson.
"A New Man Already."
hiuuoji cuuiu not uuy tne good (
Tanlac haB done rae and I gladly
recommend It for what It has done 1
in my case," said lion. Archie R. *
Anderson, ex.sheriff of Harris
Mr. Anderson is -unquestionably
not only one of the best known but
also one of the most popular men
that ever held office in Texas. After '
serving as deputy sheriff of Harris 1
county for 12 years he was elected
chief of police of Houston. He had v
occupied this office only a short time
when the sheriff of Harris county r
died. Mr. Anderson's friends then
persuaded him to make the race for
the unexpired term of sheriff, to
which he easily was elected. He
was honored with re-election seven
different times and served the people 8
in this most important office fifteen
consecutive years. Four years ago v
Mr. Anderson declined re-election (
and retired to private life. He cast
his lot among the people of Houston '
and is a largo property owner and f
foremost citizen of that city.
"I was in a run down condition," fl
continued Mr. Anderson, "and had
no appetite at all. I could hardly
Bleep at night and did not feel like
getting up in the morning I felt so
tired. I had the worst form of Indigestion,
suffered all the time with
gas on my stomach and was continually
belching up undigested food.
I had to take mv roffn? ?? !??..... a
gar. for when I drank it with sugar r
I would belch for hours. 1 would ''
bloat and swell up like I was pois- c
oned and suffered with neuralgic n
pains of the worst sort, and nothing '
seemed to help me except In a teni- a
porary way. I just can't tell how I 1
" did suffer in the past four years and 11
up until a few weeks ago when I began
taking Tanlac. ^
"When I read the testimonials of '
some who had been relieved of troubles
like mine I felt I just couldn't
make a mistake by taking Tanlac,
and it has done even more for m#
than I had expected. I began to ''
feel better after taking my first bot- ^
tie and I have just now started on
my third, and I'm a different man v
already. I sleep like a log now and v
eat just any and everything I want
without the slightest discomfort afterwards.
I am glad to endorse
Tanlac because it does the work, and
I'm telling all my friends just what s
I am telling you. I never felt better
in my life than I do since taking
Tanlac. I am willing for you to p
publish my statement and let every p
suffering person who may wish beneflt
by my experience with this j,
great medicine." p
Tanlac, the master medicine, is
sold exclusively by J. F. Maekey. ^
Lancaster; Peoples Drug & Grocery v
Co., Heath Springs; C. O. Floyd. (
lforahoiv ? . A Am*
. Eating Implement f?r\Vnunde<|. .
Popular Science Monthly.
ETven the ordinary table ware is s
undergoing changes and improve. a
nients to meet the nee<ls of the hoIdlers
who have been wounded. The
latest Is a combination knife and
fork which will enable a man to eat
In comfort without having to call on ?
some one else to cut up his food. 1
The knife blade is equipped with
a bone handle at one end. and at the '
other it curves up and around and 1
ends In four prongs like those of an
ordinary fork. Relow the prongs Is w
a broad flat portion slightly dented ?
in, to prevent the food from slipping
off. This also serves as a spoon.
In reality the Implement Is a com- e
binatlon of knife, fork and spoon. ^
The Beauty Secret.
Ladies desire that irresiitible
charm?a good v,
tiP Xffy complexion. Of course cl
/ they do not wish others ! Ir
to know a beautifier } "
//O^ ^a8 ^een U8*c' 80 they j pi
1 y buy a bottle of 1
< Magnolia Balm ,
UQU1D FACE POWDER . n
ImI KMtccordini to limpid diiraioru. Improve t)
MM ia noticed at onct. Soothing. cooling and f|
rfrnliag. Haala Sunburn, atopa fan.
Pi?1. WhtU. Rooo-RaJ. .
79c at umggtrt* or tp mall Jtroci. *'
Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp. ?
Loon Mfg. Co.. 40 South Fifth St.. Brooklyn. N.Y h
111 nut j. jiiiiej'.wiwiiw11' "|"1?" "
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS.
V Very Different Thing From Unrest
We are a very strong advocate ol
he principle of freedom of tht
>ress, but we do not believe in givng
the press license to slanders and
ibuse, and villify men who are ir
jublic office from the President
lown and call that freedom of tht
>res8. In the old days In South
Carolina when gentlemen settled
heir difficulties In rather barba.
OUS hilt ~ ? "
, ... uiusi cuvciive way. o
lewspuper was arrald to resort tc
tuch mean contemptible tactics t(
[ratify its spleen. The editor knew
ull well that he would be called tc
iccount, and made to show thai
here was manhood enough in him
o face the issue fairly and squarel}
>r else be branded an arrant cow
ird. But in more recent years anj
toward may abuse men whose shoe.le
is unworthy to bear and escap;
vithout let or hindrance. We have
teen this carried on almost indeti
litely to the disgust of all men wli?
>elieve in respectability.
Men of the class, who do this
tind of thing, are too low down tc
lotice. To do so would put the gen
lemen abused on a level with then
ind so rather than get down tc
heir level it is endured. Ther*
vould be no use to call them to uc
ount in the courts; for they are as
>ankrupt financially as they arc
norally. The only relief?there
ihould be relief?should be fount
n the government refusing to carr>
uch filth through the mails. Let
ers containing obscenity are de
tarred and so should newspapers
hat resort to public abuse and vi
Tom Watson's paper did all o;
hese things and more. It defied
he very government which guaran.
ecs the lihertv nf V-' ? * '
v/ ui 1111- |)IC3B, U 11(1 Old
great deal to excite unreasonable
irejudice in the minds of the peo
ile. In closing the mails to him not
ine single lick has been made
.gainst the freedom of the press
'.ut there are other newspapers thai
re as vile and as bittre as The Jef
ersonian. The only reason thai
irevents their shafts from beint
ust as piercing is lack of ability
"hey should be ruled out, too, and
uled out promtply.
Yellow complexion, pimples and
isfigurlng blemishes on the face 01
ody can be gotten rid of by doetorIig
the liver, which is torpid. HKRUNE
is a powerful liver correctant
t purifies the system, stimulates the
ital organs and puts the body in fine
Igorous condition. Price 50c. Sold
y all dealers in medicine.?Adv.
BKRIJN PUTS OUT "FEKIJ3K"
<>.('ailed German Peace Terms fir*
luted in Washington.
Washington, Sept. 9.?What pur
lorted to be an outline of Germany's
eace terms has been circulated
mong diplomats here within th<
ist two weeks, but has been rearded
by the entente embassies and
lost of the neutrals as a "feeler.'
Phe origin of the so-called term*
as not disclosed, but they are said
o have been written by Foreign
ecretary von Kuhlmann before his
islt to Vienna, which since has been
ointed to as strengthening the posibillty
that they bear evidences 01
Briefly, the so-called terms wort
Restoration of Belgium and
Jorthern France, to be paid for oul
f the sale of Germany's colonies t<
Alsace-Lorraine to be Independent
States. (High French officials
nrently have started anew the dearmination
of France to be satisfied
dth nothing less than the recovery
f her lost provinces.)
Trieste to be free port.
Serbia and Rumania to be restord.
and Serbia to have a port on th<
The Balkin question and the stata
of Turkey to be subjects for neotlation.
Disarmament and International
This outline of terms, circulated
dthout definite stamp of any offilal
authority, it will be noted, bean
1 many respects a resemblance tc
le German tenor of the peace pro.
nsals of Pope Benedict,
When Children Are Cross, Be Kind.
Don't be cross with children when
hey are cross. If they are Irritable
nd ponty leave them alone to their
lues by trying to divert their attenlon
to some Interesting book or game
f toy. Oet them outdoors to play or
J walk. Take thepi for a ride. The
ommon retort to cross children la In
elng crous yourself, but thla only
urta the chl'Jren and makea them
loody and later despondent.
' ' ? I ) I Ml .t,
rHE LANCASTER NEV
; 0 Women
, I/f In use for over 40 years!
Thousands of voluntary
ft^l letters from women, tellK4
ing of the good Cardui
L/j has done them. This is
1^1 the best proof of the valne
WyM of Cardui. It proves that
. W/% Cardui is a good medicine
, |/| for women,
t K^l There are no harmful or
i l/l habit-forming drugs in
f/j Cardui. It is composed
only of mild, medicinal
ingredients, with no bad
' 1/4 after-effects.
The Woman's Ton
- my-m You can rely on Cardui.
' lyl Surely it will do for you
1 WyM what it has done for so
? 1^1 many thousands of other
1 T/4 women! It should help.
|/j "I was taken sick,
. pj seemed to be . . . ,"
. l/1 writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste,
L^l of Madison Heights, Va.
. Lvl "I got down so weak,
could hardly walk . . .
r Y\ just staggered around.
, WyM ... I read of Cardui,
WyM and after taking one botWyM
tie, or before taking quite
WyM all, I felt much better. I
Vyl took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, and was able to
do my work. I take it in
the spring when run'
f/j down. 1 had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is thP hpei (ftnif 1 ?" '
L^I saw." TryCardui.
; M All Druggists
t ii n
SH(>riil> HA VK KOLIiKH >
To Editor The Lancaster New
We are bending every effort I
and encourage the farmer in
> during an abundant supply of
I products of all kinds and espe
is this true when we conside
more staple crops, such as
wheat, oats, rye, hay, potatoes
This is as it should be and
good. Hut there is another si
the problem of an abundant
supply, that is the question o
trlbution. This should be do
sftich a way as to give the fari
ready means of disposing of hi!
plus of any crop at a reaso
I .profit. This side of the pr<
, should be handled by the men <
towns. It should be the pat
I duty of the people of every c
seat to see that a medium is i
lished that will give a propei
ance to the supply and demai
food products in their county
, We are now asking the fa
of Lancaster county to sow a
acreage of wheat and otliei
grains. The acreage to be sowi
I depend largely upon two tt
^ First, the amount of seed ava
at reasonable prices, and secon<
facilities for handling and uti
the grain after the harvest. T
in the first case I would suggest
the seed merchants buy a
I quality of seed and sell on as
margin as possible. To ovei
the second obstacle would it n
good business for the men of
caster to install a small roller
, to which the farmers of the ci
could bring his wheat and ha
made into flour. Such a mill o
hy a number of the leading bui
Anns of the town should he pi
I ble indirectly If not directly.
present it is necessary for our
! ers to haul their wheat to Mn
Rock Hill or Kershaw. Such a
( established here would turn
( trade to I>ancaster and enable
farmers to make profitable u
their wheat crop. More i
would be produced. Better I
and a more prosperous p
would be the result. Is it \
Yours for service,
R. W. ORAEBER,
The Reformation was cradled ii
' printing press and established b
Pa FRIDAY, SEPT. 14. 1917.
1 HO 1A>N<; AH WE KNOW. | M
now we've a man at the head j
S of state,
/ Pit by rights for the role of rule.
And never yet has the hand of fate, i
iTo form so strong a civic tool,
^ Lifted the like from the land of !
^ We're ready to go!
^ We're ready to serve any old
f where, . p
f Any old where on God's foot- I .
> stool. ft
So long as we know that Wood- Kl
r. row is there,
r\ At the head of state?
r* So long as we know! 1
f Wait in the trench or charge with '
ta Under the sea or over it sail,
O Fight in the air on qivering keel. ^
^ Weather the worst of torrent and
/ gale, lf a
X Care* for the hurt through havoc of of mi
f hail, in ei
/ We're ready to go! c?r *
We're ready to serve any old
r\ where, II 1
Living on provender scant and H '
So long as we know tl.at WoodHrow
is there, 1
The helm to wheel?
So long as we know. ^^1
Yell with a will for the Stars and ?
>fl* Whether they wave over land or at
Leap at the sound when the bo'sen Alii*
^ PiP(?S! Th
y Man every gun In the battery!
y Quick with the rifle to shoulder or front a]
< knee! ,he Ger
y We're ready to go! further
r a ... , . ,, the soul
We re ready to serve anv old
/ where. t,<>r' as
S Wherever the press of the foe n "
/ maybe. '???
y So long as we knoow that oni( "l
y Woodrow is there, Aroui
y When the bo'sen pipes? tween t
y So long as we know ^as ("P(
ry ery due
iy Ready for war, yet never with hate, been a
y (Jay as the birds that welcome the. jent op
y spriug, tnin.s f(
y Glad at the end of the useless de- From
bate. into Fh
y Loving of arms the jubilant ring. routine
f We're wiling to bear any old thing, but witl
y We're ready to go! apparen
y And eager to serve any old 0f the >
^ where, trench
Ty On land, at sea, or on the wing, the infa
y So long as we know that- trenches
Ana Woodrow is there, Germ
aGXw At the head of state? shelling
So long as we know! the line
IIU, C. W. Hutson. ried out
New Orleans. ' gion of
pro- jp???i i hi . . ul
,i" i jcL
f fdH<l i jrv
, e \
l, the f/^>>
llzing ( _J\_
oa,d | r v x jkf
t that ^m/
com.' M j^',9t,
Lan- " IkM ?> btvfr
... 7% it
m'll i? <* >i invigi
??nty ? ? 0 ;'.or"
?? H ? (J . Con,.
lUZfANNE He knowi
and sold th
L> V of it. Ask
| customers t
port is favoi
i??mi?h?*? ^ try it your
?- cording to
LuzUnne Guarantee: nothing to
fter timing the content* as9ures y(K
:mn, you are not satisfied
'ery respect, your gro- like Luziar
rill refund your money. Ask for pro)
he Reily^Taylor Comps
L'X IIATTRK DIES DOWN fell on
Aviators Continue to llonil> The
<1 Hospitals ltt'hiixl Wes- nounct
tern Dines. | Swedis
Russian troops on the Riga cause i
pparently are still impeding of th
mans in their attempts at charge
advances into Russia and in of mei
th along the Bwkowina fron- eign c
in lower Rumania, they have minis'
le offensive with the Runian- of the
1 won victories over the Teu-1 (Jen
lies. ' diet's
id Verdun the fighting be- ^een 11
lie French and the Germans ' '
1 down to intermittent artll- 8fty ''-1
Is. In Champagne there lias irom
resumption of somewhat vto- oon,<!r
eratlons In which Gen. Po- an(*
orces have won successes. j "1? (,<
the Belgian coast well down
inders the artillery duels
of a most violent nature,
ti Field Marshal Haig's guns ^|mu
tly doing the major portion weren
vork. Aside from the usual >
raiding operations, however,
intry is still keeping to the j Q
an aviators continue their I Thi? i
of allied hospitals behind ^?.r
is. Monday night they car-1 ,f
t their latest raid in the re- return.
Dunkirk, where bombs which Calotm
aJt" .. *?* * . . ?/;. .an
ouid drink J
PEPSI-Cola For, you kn
of this spal
iu*ct-8. acid rhos- _
aril flavoring?- lOV-O ""llie IT
i PKl'Sl-Cola. No J J
pry in its recipe; &11 170/7 OHI
. prcver blending atl J ^U. '-?ai
iredientf. ? a dp
u 1, wholesome ITlOK^el S WOI
i>Cf, n? beneficial ^
is refreshing, as -r?> _ .... ,
orating s? >t I* Be your ow,
ejuencl.inp Seme ~
is no substn
ut hUM?1/ Cola?resenl
Fine for the
from the gi
icaster, S. C.
U"H. I4JIMUMIII.. UIU!VHLAI*IU i
i coffees?has mixed them
em for years. He knows
Ask him what he thinks
him what most of his
think of it. Luzianne will
II by this test. If the rerable,
take home a can and
self. Make up a pot, aci
directions. You have
lose, for the guarantee
ir money back if you don't
ine. Buy a can today.
my, .New Orleans
??? ? ?????h??ar
i a hospital wounded five wo.
Swedish. foreign office an5s
that it will not recall the
ih minister to Argentine beof
his connection with the use
e legation by the German
i d'affaires for the forwarding
usages to Germany. The for>l!ice
asserts that the Swedish
er did not know the contents
inany's reply to Pope Uenepeace
proposal has not yet
nade public, although work on
n progress. Unofficial advices
nperor William has returned
the eastern battle front to
with the imperial chancellor
te foreign minister concerning
jntents of the document.
Knew No Better Then
eloped with his wife, didn't he,
m?" "Yes-?hut, you know, ?h+j
t mnrrled then."?Life.
a prescription prepared especially
\ L A RIA or CHILLS & FEVER,
r six doses will break any case, nnd
1 then as a tonic the Fever will not
It acts on the liver better thaik
and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
you want it all?
ow, a single sip
lakes you want
i get of the big
n judge! There
tute for PEPSIt
kiddies, too ? get
rocer a crate for
. Or at all founts