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QARRI80N PLAN8 FOR HALF MIL
LION MEN IN TIME
ITALIAN ARMY TO BALKANS
Force of 150,000 Italian Soldlen to Be
8ent to Join the Balkans
Carranza Wilt B
Western Nfwrpnr.T tlnlon News Rarvtc.
Washington. Tlio administration
program for nallonnl defonso to 1)0
recommended to tho forthcoming bcs
slon of congress, proposing u total ex
pondlturo on tho army nntl navy next
yenr of about $400,000,000, 1h practi
cally completed. Secretary Garrison's
plan, approved by tho president, calls
for an Increoso of $75,000,000 In tho
war department h annual appropriation
to bo UHcd for augmenting tho regular
army to 140,000 mon and tho creation
of a now continental army of 400,000
men, which, toKcthor with tho nillltla
of 120,000, would j;lvo tho United
States a military force In time of need
Conference Will Be Called.
Washington. Secretary Lansing will
call a conforunco this week of the pun
American diplomats to arrange tho
form In which recognition is to bo ex
trnded to tho de fncto government led
by General Carranza. No formal re
sponses have been received by tho
Brazlllau and Chilean ambassadors
hero to tho reports sent to their gov
ernments nftor tho decision to recog
nize Carranza. As soon ns formal
word Is rocolvod tho mooting of tho
pan-Amorlcan conforonco will bo
ITALIAN ARMY TO BALKAN8.
force of 150,000 Going According
Statement Declared to Be from
Paris. Italy will sond 150,000 mon
to tbo Balkans, according to informa
tion received by tho Excelsior from'
what tho paper says Is a reltablo
source. Tho government maintains
tho strictest secrecy as to whoro tho
troops will bo landed, says tho Excel
sior's Informant, but Italian Interven
tion will tako placo at a point where
it will havo a doclslvo effect on tbo
whole Balkan campaign.
Bulgaria Hat Declared War.
London. Bulgaria has declared war
on Serbia, says a Central news dis
patch from Paris. Tho decision of Bul
garia, tho twelfth nation to onter tho
war, to join the ranks of tho belliger
ents on tho side of4 Germany, Austria
and Turkey, was reached only after a
diplomatic duel waged for months be
tween representatives of tho Teutonic
allies and tho qundruplo entente. Bul
garia finally decided Germany and her
friends had mado a higher bid.
Rural Credits Legislation.
Washington. Plana for rural cred
its legislation which tho administra
tion is oxpoctcd to Include In Its pro
gram for tho noxt sobbIou of congress
will bo discussed nt a meeting hero
Novembor 9 of tho Joint committee on
tho subject named by tho sonato and
house. Representative Cnrtor Glass,
chairman of tho committee, hns sent
out a call for tho mooting, lie already
has discussed tho question with Pres
Japanese Munitions for Russia.
Now York. HuBsIa hns been rccclv
ing munitions or war from Japan nt
an average rato of twenty tralnloads a
day for moro than throe months, .ac
cording to Cyrus Robinson, a mining
engineer of London, who -has' "Just- rilr
rired hero on tho steamship California
1 Qutamala Has a Revolution. i
New Orleans. Kovolutlon-haB brok
en out In Guatomnla and fighting Is in
progress in tho states of San Marcos,
llueutennngo and Pcton, according to
advices received bore by tho Guato-.
tnnnm Junta of revolutionary commit
teo Taking Care of Soldiers' Families.
London. Moro than ono million
Zeppelin Airships Raid London.
London. - Zeppelin airships .have
mado another raid over London, drop
ping bonbs. Eight persons are de
clared tT1iaVoVt.Den klllpir and nhimt'
thlrtf -four injured. "Tho material dam-
m Bono lBBaWto'nirvo'bcoirsuialir "
Austria A,ppealsfor Jewelry.
Zurich,- SwIteerIariif.--The '(tUBrrlatr
government has issued nn appeal to
tbo-publlo lo take'nll gold and'atlve'r
Jcwjolry, plato nnd other articles made
of tlfccso mctUls to tho "mint for con-
on Into coins or barn. .
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Ex-Snator Wlltso Dead of Henorrhagq
Randolph, Nob.-kJeorgq II. , flltso,
fornier state Bonator nnd well known
ns n progressive- republican loudor.
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died suddony'We(Jnpdy ftfttrnoon -'lyJ
his lft)nio In (his cfty. Death resulted
from a hemorrhage induced by a call'
cer of thpjhroat.andjoiiguo. , ,
Kulumft Sweden. rTho 1 .Gorman
Bteamcr Nlcomodla, with a cargo of
0,800 tons pr,lrpn,o!;o, fromSvodlsl
portVfor''ffai1ibdri,;, was sunk fn the
pounds sterling ($5,006,000) weekly Is' m'"K, ."I", VJ (V T lWP
being pairl tfyW British government' lT ' ,Ct.'T'T, t"lpfrdjjr of
to tbo rives d 'children of, soldiers! "JT SWT081 4 0X'
wittf thAntAik " - - ' actcd by tho banks In nil parts or tho
MR. KILL JOY
PLAN PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN
NEED PILE OF MONEY TO RUN
National W. C. T. U. Preparing for
Coming Dry Battle State
Western Newspaper Union Nowu Scrvlco
Washington. Tho largest esti
mates of government expenditures
over submitted to a secretary of tho
treasury of tho United States in times
of pcaco will bo prosontod for tho next
fiscal year, as required by law, for
discussion by congressional commit
tees in advance of tho regular session.
Thoy will be examined In dotnll by
President Wilson and his cnblnot next
week. With an estimated increase of
about $150,000,000 ovor last year, to
gether with tho coBt of now tasks im
posed on tho stato department and
other branches of tho government by
reason of tho European war, it Is
probablo the amount of expenditures
will bo augmented to a total of about
Suffragists Elect Officers.
Columbus, Nob. Mrs. W. E. Bark
ley, jr., of Lincoln was elected presi
dent of tho Nebraska Equal Suffrage
association Thursday at tho closing
meeting of tho convention. Tho execu
tive board was enlarged to Include a
vice president for each congressional
district. Tho porsonnel of tho now
hoard is ns follows: President. Mrs.
W. E. Barkloy, Jr., Lincoln: first vice
president, Mrs. Anna Kovnndn. Table
Hock; second vlco president, Mrs. E.
L. Burko, Omaha; recording secretary,
Mrs. M. Bruegger, Columbus; corre
sponding secretary, MIbs Ida Bobbins.
Lincoln; treasurer, Mis. E. S. Rood,
Omaha; first nudl'tor, Mrs. W. E.
Hardy. Lincoln; second auditor, Mrs
Lydla Pope, Silver Creek.
PLAN PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN
National W. C. T. U. Sets the
ment In Motion,
Seattlo, Wash. Fifteen resolutions
setting forth recommendations for the
constitutional prohibition campaign
about to be undertaken were adopted
by the natlonnl convention of Wombn's
Christian Temperance union. Tho re
commendations vero"for observance
of Deconibor'&us a day of prayer for
that special r' nrnyer bo offprpil In
churches 6rj?SuBday,vJ3ec,ember-5, for
urn B.Aij.juujrm oungres, wnicu meets
tho following day, to tho end'that'the
members may voto proporly on pro
hibition: that B. liinqq nipptlni-f fY.r- firk.
hlbitlon bo, holdin WnsJittJfgtotl Docem-f
uer 12 and that local unions hold mass
meetings tho same day; that all speak
ers of tho organization present argu
ments for prohibition and emnhnRfen
J-the; relation "of. woman's ballot to 'tho
restriction of tho .liquor tralllc.
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wnmungion. Nebraska natlonnl
banks aro not of tho usurious typo, ac-
Although it was found that1
..Lpndo-pTho Gokcjoii P9atp ;crop,
ostlnlatea at G0.000.000 tons, is tho
largest in tho history of tho country,
says a llouio dispatch; to- live Post.
ThQ supply ia."WnEundait Vii.ilnnr.
mujiy .Una Jwlihdrawn tho. prohibition
against exporting potatoes to Switzor-lJoaBuo
'land. 1 , " J ' .
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wnsningion. Tho twenty-fifth nnnl
vorsnry of tho founding of tho Daugh
ters of tho American Revolution vus
celebrated luro Monday wlt.li n sllvor
Jubilee, Regents and dolpgvUqs from
throughout tho country wcrq hero
Chinese Ur'n Mnn,l.i, ."
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Peking. In u mandate dated cic, i
tober 10. VriMtilnnt Vn.... ei,. r.-.:
fcnodges, the! receipt CnAho
provinces of tho Chlneso ronnhiio n
politlbus urging a restoration of .ho
Jiiouurchy. Ho .statH- eiiu.lmtlenllv
tbaLtho.wIll of tliorpeoplojnuHt olva
te aioIonof aJciango,lh thotjlorni :cmupuuy dhnrlOH A.h?enbody. it's pros
of govonnnent nnfl thUf itny' cliattgo jdent. tho directors, mmubers- ob tho
milSt bO 111 nCCOrdailCO With tllO Con- -Atlirln.Wniinli oro.llt lr.9n nmnila.lnn .
Lstltiitlonnl copijaijoi. S.'pJjipJb's fpal
wisues win no followed, President
I?? SiHiMa.,. ..w..Dt8t
CONGRESS CALLED UPON FOR AP
PROPRIATION OF $400,000,000.
Object of Attack from Both
and West Start New
Move In Peace
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Washington. Pour hundred million
dollars for national defense an in
crease of approximately $140,000,000
over last year constitutes tbo amount
which President Wilson nnd his advis
ors at present csttmnto should be ap
proximated by tho next congress for
tho nrmy and navy. As tho date for
completion of their annual estimates
drawB near, tho president is giving
preliminary consideration to tho na
tional defense budget out of which It
is hoped to lay down a stronger pro
gram than the United StateB ever has
authorized nnd similarly a larger pro
vision for the military estimate than
has been customary in tlmo of peace.
8tart New Move for Peace.
San Francisco. Tho International
pcaco congress adopted a resolution
dlroctlng David Starr Jordan, president
of the congress and chancellor of Stan
for university, to proceed to Washing
ton at once and urge President Wilson
to call a conference of neutral nations,
to bo a permanent body, to bring about
peace. Another resolution adopted de
clared tho pcaco congress looked with
apprehension on tho presenco on ad
visory boards of the United Statos gov
ernment of manufacturers of war mu
nitions or of mon intorcstcd in tho
salo of Buppllcs to the belligerent Euro
LOOKS SERIOUS FOR SERBIA.
Attacked Now from Both the
North and East.
London. Serbia la now being at
tacked from tho north and tho oast.
Tho Austro-Gcrmnns, after their cap
turo of Belgrade and Semcndrla, nru
advancing Bouthwanl, whllo tho Bul
garians havo sent forces to endeavor
to Interrupt communications north
nnd south of Nish, the wnr-limo capital
or Sorbin, and attack the Serbs on tho
Hank If they nio driven back by tho
German Hold marshal, von Mackcnson.
Tho situation Is admitted to bo serious,
not only for Sorbin, but for tho wholo
May Be Victims of Villa.
EI Paso, Tox. Gravo anxiety is felt
for tho welfaro of approximately COO
members of the Mormon colonies of
tho CnsiiB-Grandes district when, tho
nows of tho recognition of Carranza
becomes generally known In tho Villa
army now' thoro! Th'eso colonist's havo
already roported depredations by tho
Villa forcos, hut have refused to loavo
their propqrtles although repeatedly
urged t,o, do so by tho statq depart-innt-
, ' , ...
October lE'AuDle Dav."
Lincoln. 'Neb. Applo ''bobblrig';' and
tho liberal uso of apples' In4 pies, cob
blers nnd all 'other' wajfo known to NO'
braskflus will De tho order of tho day
October 19. That Is known as "Applo.
day" in stato affairs and thq-purposo of
Jt is to produce widespread use of Ne
braska grown 'apples'by all patriotic
Lcltlzens on that date.
T i ri 3
,Red Sox , Champions f World; .
t?tillfifln1nilfi A Hnmn vun nlanAfl
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over the centor field, fenco (by. Harry
Haimam Mn nt.nln flnl fnnA.Iln m.m
vWednesdav afternoon DUt a -clincher
on the claim of- thri Boston 'American'
olub to tho 'baseball ichaniplon
n.l.l k l.l rnv- t. -..
ship of thov world. - Too (homo run
-mnrked the final scoring efforts of the
1915 world's scrlcaad save the decid
ing gamo to tho TJostonted Sox by a
,'scoro qf 5 tp 4. Four, games, for tb,Oi
itd Snx to'on'e for, tho National 'e'ague
cnarniunns was inn camo racora rnr
bho'B'orlcH."" " ' ' ''' l "
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' Wants to Enjoin- the' LavV.'
ailoago.-.Mloglng thatnth Mutual
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.inn i ),' f,-iArhv ,., i,C rri,
j. i. Morgan individually and J. p!
Morcnn & Go. are "nauioa an deii.
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PLUNGE INTO GREEK
MANY FATALITIES RESULT FROM
ENGLAND NEEDS MORE MEN
Three Millions Must Join English
Hnka by Nfxt Spring Ruriolfo
Flerro, Villa Commander,
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Rnndolph, Kns. With ten bodies re
covered from tho half submerged car
of a Union Pacific motr train which
went through a bridge nnr hero Sat
urday, estimates of tho total casualties
have been placed at eighteen deed and
two score Injured. Sixty-live persons
were In the cur uud only four escaped
uninjured when It plunged into Fancy
creek, and was buried deep in mud and
water. Most of the dead, It was be
lieved, were drowned, although evi
dence showed that several of tho re
covered bodies had been killed out
right when tho train struck tho bridge
abutment weakened by a threo-lnch
rain Friday night and clashed through
Villa Lieutenant Drowned.
El Pnso, Tex. Olllclal announce
.nent of the death of General Rudolfo
Flerro, second In command of tho
Villa army, who was held responsible
for tho killing of William Benton, a
British ranchman, nnd Anton Ranch,
nn Amcrlcnn, at Juarez about two
years ago, In n career stained with In
numerable murderB, wns made at Jua
rez. Thoy announcement was very
brief, stating merely that Flerro was
drowned while fording a lake near
Villa Ahumada. Whether ho was
drowned by accident waB not stated.
ENGLAND NEEDS MEN BADLY
Brigadier General Says Three
lion Must Join Ranks by
London. Great Britain needs 3,000,
000 more men by spring." ThlB declar
ation was 'mado by Brigadier General
Sir Eric Swayjie, director of recruit
ing in northern command, in a speech
at Hull, General Swayno estimated
that Germany still has between 9,000,
000 nnd 10,000,000 men from tho ages
of eighteen to forty-five and that there
fore It was useless to talk about wear
ing out Germany,
"In tho spring," said ho, "Germany
would lose more men than the allies,
which would balance the number of
tho allies and the central powers, but
If Great Britain should raise 3,000,000
additional, Germany probably would
recognlzo that It would bo fruitless tc
To Organize Citizens' Army.
Washington. Employers throughout
tho United States corporations, maim-,
facturers, professional men, traduqmori
and business men, of all glasses aro
to bo nsked to contr'ibuto as tholr
slmrc in tho national defense, permis
sion for their employes to engage with
out scribus flnunclal losses In two
months' military training during each
of throo years. This Is an ossontlal
part of tho administration's plan for
arranging a cltlzons' nrmy or 800,000
men in six years.
Killed While Kneeling In Prayer.
Valentino, Neb. Kneeling In prayer,
with her rosary and crucifix In hand,
Mrs. Nell 'Hoelan was brutally mur
dered at her homo at the John Ileelan
ranch near here by a tramp giving the
name of William Cryderman. Tho
fiend then!tu:rnc'd- bis UiTupqi j"Mrs.
Anna Lnyport, 'who was' visiting with
Mro.; Heelan during Mr. Heelan'a ab
sence in Omaha. After saturating tho'
bodies of his defenseless victims with
kerosene, Crydormnn, who is' biit 18
years' of ago, set firo to tho house and
fled, but was captured later.
Historic Pageant for National. Defense.
Washington. A groat historic page-
' nnU.?JL9Jifi J5iXen-in-ii10-nJiiL0.ni!1' CJ1P.".
Ital this fall to arouse intorost in nn-
. tlontirdcftmsor-Ifwill mrBtagert-rrndor
II1U UlltJUllUM Ul IUU WUII1UII D DUULIUUIUI
the Navy league.
Washburn Defeated 47t4 M
Lincoln, Nob. Washburn Viflvorsltjiu
was defeated hero Saturday by a score
,of 47 to OibXjUw CamhuBkers
.Lincoln, b. AjTHiouBan'dj and
njnoty-flvo stitlontsyOf theVUniwrsUy
ot NobraBkatrc,nowCd tnArlBilgls "to"
load Christian lives nnd hit the saw;.
dust trail with Billy Sunday at the
close of SundnVacxyieeBYifcXhe
Paul church Frraay,'m6rnlng: Tno
church was packed to the,uoorawltii,i
'aiiionla nvifl fnniiltv nnrf ' hilntlroiffl f
stood In tho rear of tho churefceaudtd
toriuin. A hundred trail hitters wp.ro
left in tho church unable to shako
evangelist's hand when ho grabbod
his notes and ran to catch
back to Omaha.
bwiuser anu Bina
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' othor neutral nations rn ladr'lno
which may bo maM tojfnjano Ku
fcean war, accordujfej lyil WWt
BwIbs minister io tno united atates, tw0 and one-hnlf Inches in diameter,
who VIJyjVnSfn$ a,M0 aoOa..
" way Co ooxiTitJr 41 Sfn Pianr i f"iftteAcaP&f tie farmers' union
clsco.i. IUttaf n5tjf tiat S-It- n lUchallBob hare formed a county
zorloip wtfcharpreyc(lIbyjtlio 'iar. J,rgau!zatfonT f
,Ho collfiMia.tkaipafrt t&t denfcflny, Jj Denraatfes blgtlft-n, near DoWItt,
an woll ns tho allies, wero getting tho was de8troyed by Hr0i which also con
moro dollcaavjiechajija WfQUtkft. a .uanUtyorVjuAn, hay and,
niunitlonfVolnthawBlchhfctWoioV tatiMS Ilbpleinehfa.'" Wigin of the
tfhn nionntnin republic. irei-akBWB. .. -
who with his, wife are Btopnjng on their r
way To e'oxikBltJfrr a fffn Pkinr !
clsco.,. IUttaf nJtel tllat S-lt- i
MINDS HI8 OWN BUSINESS.
Howard County Man Stayed at
Home for Nearly 40 Years.
St. Paul. John Pazdera Is ono man
who tends to business. During near
ly forty years' residence near this city
ho never left tho boundaries of tho
county. He never visited relatives,
never nttended stato conventions and
never went to tho city to seo tho
sights. Instead ho worked seven days
a week as a plain farmer. Mr. Paz
dera came to Howard county in 1876.
For several years after that a largo
part cf his tlmo was occupied In fight
ing Indians. After they had left tho
warpath ho Bottled down to an activ
and prosperous life.
Stagnant Water Real Menace.
Lincoln. Stagnant water, which pre
vails freely over tho stato now because
of tho extremely wet weather of tho
past six months, constitutes a real
danger to tho health of tho stato
and should bo eradicated If the peo
plo want to save hugo doctors' bills.
That Is tho belief of Dr. J. D. Case,
stnto health Inspector, who reaches
this conclusion after several lengthy
trips over the stato. Tho Inspector
calls upon locnl boards Of health to
glvo strict attention to conditions In
Killed at Grade Crossing.
York. Martin Elliott was killed
three and one-half miles nothenst of
Thayer by train No. 139 on tho North
western railroad. Mr. Elliott was on
his way from his homo nt Grcsham
to visit his brother. He was ina
buggy and was caught on tho road
crossing. The body was carried about
400 feet. Tho team was unhurt.
New Bank at Stella.
Stella. Articles of Incorporation
hnve been filed for u new bank here.
A meeting of tho prospective stock
holders was held Saturday afternoon
for the purpose of perfecting tho or
ganization. Tho bank will be capital
ized at $15,000.
Electric Lights for Plymouth.
Plymouth. Tho commercial club of
Plymouth is considering the proposi
tion of procuring electric lights for
the village. Plymouth represents a
valuation of $200,000 and tho total in
debtedness is only $2,500. Several
special meetings have been held to
talk over the proposition.
To Check Clgaret Habit
Central City. Tho members of tho
board of education ot this city have'
Issued circulars declaring their be
lief that "Tho health and efllcjency
of somo of tho pupil8(1of'jthe' IjUjllc
schools are being undermlnqcl by the
uso of clgarcts anil" 'tob'acco Th'o'
board quotes the stato law against tho"
salo of, clgarcts, and itobhccoiariU asfts
tho qa-ppqrivtion of pupils,! paronta
and piUzpns, In checkqg .the tpractlpoj
FROM ALL OVER NEBRASKA
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Ruskln is clamoring .for electric
October 8 was "patriotic day? in
tho public schools over tho state.
Tho Presbyterian church at Fair
bury, will Install a modern pipe organ
Otis McElrpy lost his left r hand
while fed tug an ens, lingo cutter, noar
Church Howe, well known Nebraska
pionoer nnd political loader, is dead
at hltt home in Auburn;
Spontaneous combustion caused tho
destruction, of the Ponck mills at
Lnych, with the loss of $7,500.
A stono quarry at Weeping Water
will furnish 18,00 tons of ' crushed
stone for .thoi Ford plant at Omaha.
The South, Platto exposition commit-'
tco will , bring suU .against several
Hastings merchants to collect money
subscribed for, but which they refuse
There wero seven perfect babies at'
tbp York county show.
It is intimated that the stato antl
treating rlavy' pay agttln,Boon,becpmo
active and Itsj termB enforced.
National guard companies aro soon
dpn.AmLElft.UsmouUj Aman, supposed to bo Alfred Cnrr,
dimipid dead of heart trouble on tho
swots at Ashland ono day last week.
."Jn fiiiBwer to a call from the Greek
gowerament, more than one hundred
Greek! in Lancaster county will re
spond and return to fight for their
he lltl term convict,
alls df the ponlton-
abfef liberty, was
captured at Council Bluffs, -Iowa.
- M. E. Dickson, of the department
o poultry husbandry of Wisconsin
huSjvVrVUy, hs, ftei appointed assist
ant professor In charge of poultry hus
bandry ,at the Nebraska state univer
sity. -Thia year between six and seven
u iun4rd thousand dairy cows are be
ngsimiiKea in iNcorusKu. iney aro
iroiLclns about 300,000,000 gallons
if mkk annually, containing moro
hail 90,000,000 pounds of butter fat
Wftviia McDermott of Cool was
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j,Bd u-, huraed when he, attempted to
eiion w g
on a corn
aorgelHoll jit Mctook, raised an
eaV of coWvoiwolv incheB long,
Tells How She Was Saved
by Taking LydiaE. Pink
Louisville, Ky. " I think if moreraf.
ferine: women would tako Lvdia E.
Die compound they
would enjoy better
health. I suffered
from a femalo trou
ble, and the doctors
decided I had a
and would havo to
bo operated upon,
but I refused as I do
not believe in orcra-
tions. I had fuintinpr spells, bloated.
nnd could hardly stand tho pain in my
left side. My husband insisted that I
try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetnbls
Compound, and I am so thankful I did,
for I am now a well woman. I sleep
better, do nil my housework nnd taka
long walks. I never fail to praise Lydia
E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound for
my good health. "Mrs. J. M. Rescit,
1900 West Broadway, Louisvillo, Ky.
Since we gunranteo that all testimo
nials which we publish aro genuine, is it
not fair to supposo that if Lydia E.
Finkham's Vegetable Compound has tho
virtue to help theso women it will help
any other woman who is suffering in a
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Wrlto to Lydia E. Plnfttinm
Medicine Co., (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter wil be opened
rend and answered by a woman
and held in strict confidence.
An Easy Way to Get ,
Rid of Ugly Pimples
Bathe your face for Boveral min
utes with reslnol soap and hot water,
then apply a llttlo reslnol ointment
very gently. Let this
stay on ten minutes,
and wash off with
reslnol soap and
moro hot water, fin-,
lshlnK with, a dash of
cold water1 to elosV
the pores. ' Do this
.once .or twice a dav.
- . -t ... r ; . - --v . .. a .'-
and. you win no astomsneu to una now
quickly 'the healing reslnbl' medlca
tlori' soothes 'and 'eMea'nscs the pores,
removes pimples and' blackheads and
leaves tho complexion clear, and yel,
vety. "'neslrio' ontment'nna roslnbi soap,
etop'-ltchlng instantly' nnd speedily
heal' sklH tfunlors', sHres. biirris, wounds
alld chnng:' Sold by all druggists'. J
Prompt belief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
ble' act surely
out gently, on
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
Of Course Not.
".My boy, If I hadn't worked and
slaved, you could never carry on tbls-
way. Why don't you settle down and
go to work?"
"Why, you don't want your grand
son to carry on this way, do you?"
Taken at His Word.
Ho (passionately) I would go to
tho ends pf the earth for you!
Sho (calmly) Good-byl Judgq. i
Going It TooHaifd
II ioo "Baru;i- iu
eat ant 'drink tod mueh.uibdV ta
negloct our rest and sloop. Tula
fills tho blood with urlo acidATha
kldntyavwoflkJDnnd Ilienlt'a loge
of bacitacbfe, fdzzi, faervbuh siells,
rhoubatfc palnf alid'Justr.enstng
urinary disorders. .Don't wait for
worso troubles; Strengthen the
kidneys. UsoUtoaaB Kidney Pills.
Capt. Nicholas -W.
New, 323 1J. First 8tu
Mcpherson, IC a n . .
says:. "Hardships In
tllo Civil war' weak
ened my kldnays and
I became helnless.
.Tho pains, In my haclc
'wero 'constant nnd tho
.KtiJnoy accretlonn wero ,
flllea with sMImcnt
and, painful m , pas
engrf. The llrst box1 of
Doao'e Kidney Pills
H-llevcd mo nnrt con
ttnuod, U8Q. llicd mo
up Itt good slinpe'. I
haven't suffered jslhco'i
Ctt Don' at Anv Star, EOe Bex
FOSTER-MlUtyMCCOBFFALO, N. Y.
A toilet preparation of merit.
JIuIb to erajllcatn ilandrutr.
- .For Rettarins Color inJ
ntotvtntlra or FnH,l K.U
W. N. U., LlNCDtWe.NO. 43-1915.
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