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" Do you know of any woman who ever received any
benefit from taking Ldia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound?" If any woman who is suffering with any ailment peculiar
to her sex will ask her neighbors this question, she will be
surprised at the result. There is hardly a community in
this country where women cannot be found who have been
restored to health by this famous old remedy, made
exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herbs.
During the past 30 years we have published thousands
of letters .from these grateful women who have been cured
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never
in all., that time have we published a testimonial without
the writer's special permission. Never have we knowingly
, published a testimonial that was not truthful and genuine.
Here i one just received a few days ago. If anyone doubts
that this is a true and honest statement of a woman's experi
ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound write
and ask her.
Ifnutton, Toxns. "When I first bcjjiin taking Lydlft I'. IMnk
linm's VcBctoblo Compound I wna n total wreck. I Imit liccn
nick for tliroo years with fcmnlo troubles, chronic lj spepstn,
ami a liver trouble I had tried several doctor's medicines, but
nothing did mo any good.
"For thrco years I lived on medicines nnd thought I tvould
never Ret well, when I read nn nilvcrtliincnt of Lydia K. IMnk
liain's Vegetablo Compound, and was ndvlscd to try It.
"My husband got mo ono Jiottlo of tho Compound, nnd It did
mo so much good I continued Its use. I am uovr a well woman
and enjoy Jho best of health. s
"I atlvlso all women suffering from Riich troubles to glvo
Lydia E. Plukhnm's Vcgctablo Compound a trial. They won't
regret It, for It will surely euro you." Mrs. JJcsslo L. lllcks,
810 Cleveland St., Houston.
Any woman who is sick and suffering is foolish surely
not to give such a medicine as this a trial. Why should it
not do ncr as much good as it did Mrs. Hicks.
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THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
Five Pounds of Thoro
A COMBINATION OF CORNMEAL AND POWDERED
' Now selling for 75c
Containers Reduced to 75c
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
IS PERFECTLY SATISFACTORY TO THE MOST EXACT
777 KINO STREET J. ABADIE. Proprietor PHONE 1401
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X FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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I'rtvntcs Patrick Long. Compan ' lug older nnd at 7;'J0 n. in., under
I'i Trunk If. Smith, Company It, und tho tumin.iml of Cnpluln Hates, left
William Snupp, Company II, who tlio 1103I. '1 ho subject was a dllllcu.t
wcru selected iu dliilug-iooui outer- ulic, but worked out nil tight. Jt
Ill's In connection with the tamp ot w.n, t lie utbftmcd tli.it tho rcsuvo
liutruttluii lor inlllll.i ollkcio, have, was litn.loncd at 1'eurl fit), wllu
One of the New Hats
Turned Up In Front
bun detailed mi i ,ic la dut) In tlio
iiimu lino by nn'Clal toilers fioni
hiidqttuitcis. 'Iheto men will stand
reveille and 11 otlo.k p. in. luspcc
llun ( quattcii'.
'Hie kpvl.ui oidcrs fur 1'rlvatcs
Jcsso Xucko(g, Company I!; Harney
OMcy, Company 1'; Trunk Miller,
Company II, and Claude, l'lumincr,
Company 0, havo been amended, mid
Instead ot these tucii being excused
from ull calls they will stand ro
elllo and 11 o'clock Inspection of
Tho game ot bowling Is Retting to
bo a popular game ut this post, Kiich
afternoon and evening tho men ot
tho different companies get together
and sumo good mores lire niado, l'rl
wile llruwn of Compan.. O Is In e
icllcnt form and makes some high
scores. Howling lIiouUI bo mndo u
lonipcllthu game between tho dif
ferent pujtu on tho Inland, lis well us
u.ischall or any other sport. The Y.
M. C. A. tmibl possibly furnish a few
(,ood pin) ere.
l'laiiB are nlre.idy under wuy to
repair the alley at this post, and
when this Is duno und sonio new
bulls nnd pins pun-luiscd, then Tort
Shatter will bo u Alio place to hold
Owing to (he fact that Company
II Is not lu tho pott, guard mounting
Is uiuMng a inlher hard btralu on
tho moil of the different companies.
K.icli day for three iluvs, Companies
T, (1 mid It mount the whole guard
u company ut n tlmo. This menus
that Instead of three, four or flvo
men frot.i each company going on
gunriV; the entire guard of about
seventeen ilicu comes from one com
puny. Some of the men uro "get
ting In" but thrco nights, und this,
with other regular duties, makes It
hard on the men.
In spite of the ruin that has been
very much in cvldcnco for ttio past
fow duys, inuking tho roads muddy
nnd hurd to travel, Company (1 took
emu b.illullun located ut Tint Shatter
u ml the i'iiiiiy somewhere In tlio vl
Jnll) of Diamond Head. Informa
tion was leeched thai, the enemy hud
sent out parties Into Kallhl Valley
and that they weio making niiips of
tho turioiindlng coiintr) Company
(1, acting us the battalion, was ur
jlcrcd to cither capture or drive out
tlio enemy from tho valley.
Up Kalihl Valley. .
Tho company, lit column of
squads, marched up tho Honolulu
l'e.irl City road to where the dllTcr
cut roads lead up the valley. Ad
vanio guiirds were sent out nnd
every procautlon was taken to Bitr
prlre the camps, wcru nuy loiatcd.
After marching ubout four miles up
tho Valley u camp was discovered,
ami part of tho company, under com.
maud ot Lieutenant Chilton, was
cent out us llankc.ra and to surprise,
tlic camp from an unexpected direc
tion The remainder of tho com
pany kept tho road to shut off ro-
ticat. After marching through u
gully and fording a creek, Mcutoii
ant Chilton's party came up directly
In back of tho camp. A lino of skir
mishers whs formed and a chargo
mndo. This vvns done succcssfull).
Tho tump proved to be that of tlio
engineer, but It no doubt proved
helpful in tho experience.
After this was dona the company
formed nml returned to tho post. Tlio
inarch was nut hard und tlio com
pany arrived U tho post about 9:30
a. m., wot nnd muddy, but the swim
ming lank Is close at hand, and tho
men made good uto of. It,
Comnany II Hikes,
With blanket rolls and full field
equipment, Company II made Its
weekly hlko on Tuesday Under
command of Captain Menrns, the
company left the post about 7 if. m.
It went down through M0.1ii.1lua
Turk and took tho railroad up Into
Kallhl, where the men switched oh"
und followed tho road up Kallhl Val
ley. Tho company was Instructed In
Held 'practise, and returned to the
post. Tho inii .wpretuuro or less
I r- rj :
Sea. Bathing I
HOW TO DERIVE DENEFIT FROM
YOUR DIP IN THE OCEAN.,
rpitK reason why soma women r
x benefited by )athlmr and othtrs
nri- not may bo found In the manner Ijv
which different women take their ocean
liths. . .
When one lias not been In tho oeean
i for a Ionic time ono should go In torj,
' only n few minutes at a time, gradually
Increasing the length of the bath.
Do not go In nt all on a damp' or
windy day. The bright sun Is as much
of n tonic as tho water. r
Ilcfore nnd after tho bath lie down on
the rand nnd enjoy the sun, being care
ful to shield tho head with an um
brella. Do not rat either directly be
fore nr dlrrclly after bathing. .'
Ilnthe In tho morn'.ng whenever possible.
Do not weal corsets In tho ateror
inny tUht lelt.
When you enter the wnter wel your
shoulder i.nd chrsl thoroughly.
I If ou wish ta get the fuT ffeet of
1 the hath do not flso tho spray after
ward, but nnvcly wipe yourself dry
I with n torl, bnvlng the salt to pene
trate Into the system, i ""
Never ttny In the water after you n;
chilled, but get your circulation back
immediately ty running up and down
the bench n .
A nap efter the bath, followed by
tbe noon meal, will be found a bne-
, filial nrramicmi-nL
frill: very latrst lint turned up smartty In front Is here Illustrated by n pretty
chorus girl from "Olrllcs." the 'Kndcrlc Thmipron summer prodnctlon
The hat Is tnnde of tho new metallic braid, and tho willow plume is placed
raklshly ut one side.
Seen at the English Don't Be Lazy-
Its regular weekly hlko oil Tuesday.! tired 'and niiidd, hnvliig earrlbd tho
Tho company formert'ln lfgltt' march-' bliiukct roll during tho trip. K k
AND LABOR LAW
"Wo should lmoi the eompensnllon
act so fixed' that tho wago worker's
child 'gets his sharu und none of It
should go to a man who gets him lulu
'.the lawsuits In connection with It
"1 do not vvuut to potiullzo tho cor
poration by making it pay uu exces
sive amount 1 want to sco that what
Is paid goes In tho injured man and
to tho Injured ninu's family. There
fore I want to cllmlnnto tho Invvjcr
totally from tho transaction.
"I am cniphallrally for progtesslvn
1 legislation as regards tlio control of
the corporation and as regards the
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Sept. l.Col- nlJ'H-"t of our relations with tl...
v . , " ,i corporation lint friends, do not for
onel Iloosovolt ended his Kansas In- Rct tlitit no legislation will over avail
vuslon with un uddrcss In Kansas unless wo have tho right typo of men
City, Kan, shortly after It o'clock and women on whoso behalf tho legls-
tills morning, und then crossed tho, lation Is Invoked
Tells Hearers Whole Industry
Should Pay for Deaths
"That In tha kevnote," 'shouted a
man In Jha rear of tho nudlcnru.
Vos, that Is tho kovnote," con
Kaw Itlver to plunge Into an uctlvo
day on tho MUbourl Bide.
Ills address In Kansas City. Knu .
was delivered heforo on asboniblngc, tinned Colonel lloosovclt,
composed chlelly or workingiiicii. Ho. ennraever neeaea.
endorsed tho passago of u Kederal "Do not trust uny man who tells
woiklngnian'H compeiisiitlon uct, you that uny ch.ingo in tho law will
which Is ono of tho chief plunks In
tho pri-bcnl luiin.au llvpulillcau plat
form. Colonel ItooiHm.lt explained that
(Joverninent supervision of Industry
would nut mean cut ling of wages, but
tho Improvement of working condi
tions. Ho continued:
"Take such questions us what Is
called tho cmplovcr's liability I do
not llko that expression, because I
think tho term should bo Mho com
pensation ot cinplovcs for Injuries.'
"I foci very strongly that In ovcry
Industry wlieio theru Is tho slightest
risk of lifo or limb, Unit In tho event
ot loss ot Ufa or Injury we should, nut
leave It to lawsuits to iletermlno what
shall bo done, und least of all should
wo allow tho vvholu weight of the bur
den to full tiK)ii the shoulders least
ubla to bcur It.
"It a man Is killed In nn Industry'.
Instead of leaving his widow nnd chll
dreu to hear tho whole burden, I
would huvo It distributed over tho
whole Industry by making tho ciuv
plovar pay u certain amount of com
pensation. It Is not fulr that u mini
woiklug on a rnltwu-, who loses un
aim, should pay ull tho penalty bv
being crippled ull his llfu whltu tho
i.illwuy pavB nothing.
Pleads for Women Workers.
"It Is not fair that a girl working
In u f acini y, which renders her Ha
Ida to surfer Injury shall go on In llfo
maimed nnd no ono clso bear tho
burden for her, Tho burden should bu
distribute! when a winking man Is
Injiued or killed lit his cinplnvmciit.
"Theio should bo no question of tea
pmutlilllty, llu should receive mm
poiieiitliin for tlio lujuiy he has suffei
ed and If ho Is killed Ids' fumll-y
fhould leeelvo. such compensation. It
Mioiild lin tho duly of tho (tovernnii'iil
Jo, sco (hut lio Is paid, loo. Ho should
not no lert to luiug ii lawsmi
bring about the tullleiiiiliini. That is
sonio dlstancu off yet. Do not lrnt
him It he- tells )ou that uny Hystcm
of liivV will servo ai a siibilltiila for
both men nnd womin doing their duty
In tlio Ksltlou which they occupy.
"I vvuut to ion llui woman's burdens
lightened us far us possible 1 huvo nu
HVinpithy for tho mm who Is alwiijs
complaining ulmtit tho social Injustice
to whli h he Is cximsed, nnd nt llu:
sumo tlmo Is In Idleness while his
wifn takes In washing.
"I think wo all know lertaln men
to bo found ubout tho corner grocery
and In saloons who declaim on the
'lujustlco of our present civilization,
but somehow Icavo their wIvoh to do
ull tho work tor that particular
''It Is well lo tlilnlc of ono's rights,
but It Is still mora Important to think
of ono's duty
"Do not misunderstand mo. Thcro
nro plenty of people, plonty of wcullhy
men who will selzo on what 1 havu
said ami say, 'that is what I huvo told
you It depends upon tho Individual '
BIG PREHISTORIC FISH
PETRIFIED IN f'UNNEL
SPINACH FRITTER8. 'iS
Take one und or srlnncli, n ptneht
of cnrbomto of sodn, yoUs of tonr
thro egg", half nn ounce of butter,
peppir nnd salt, breadcrumbs. frylngH
batter an I sllrrs of plekrd glifrklnj.
Wii'h the spinach and put In a sniirnt
pan without uiorr wntrr thnn has ad
bend In the leaves. Itoll till it Is ten
der with a Inch of soda and a llttlo
'salt. When the spinach Is rooked Jratn
it thdroiishly and rub through a slcv-4
Into a 'ibasln. Tuk the yolks of two
or thrrfl egg' nnd work Into the sptn
nrh, nlso n tablespoonful of butter.
pepprr nnd sail lo taste nnd ndd
siui-cfe of Jrtnori )ulc. Porm II v
tnUlnp Into Hit, round enkrs, dip Int-v
frlng battrr nnd rook In boiling oil
till a goldtn color Drain lh fritters
lilt dry anil erHp n papr by thn rlre
nnl stvc with n gnrnhh of rtckled
glierkt.vs nnd cut into thin slh'ea.
A GOOD LETTER WRITER HAS NO
TROUOLE IN MAKINQ
Take two ounces each of grated
clu-rsr. Miller and Hour, enyrnne.
Hub tho butler Into the Hour, add tha
ih'ese and rnyrnpa and vork nit Into
'a pasln. ItOII out In onviuotter of an-
yiii:..- a iTiuci on your cwn pirn tr h thirl... rut Inio thin (rlps threa
uro wlwn ou rec-lv? n I'llrr It rr. i. .)n rnd Uijin. T' In bundles
Is easy to gui-fs tint ut oil., rj. whia nf f.iuror.ilvo wlUt-diln ilb'in an I
1liry b.-nr from y.ui avre ldJ.
The nrfnf teller wiltlne Is m of lb
igrrndst u womiit. run bavr. for It glvM
prrhipn thu mott l nurr of iiny i . .
f It I-., i.'l. a sur.- way ..f nklng SEARCH IS ON FOR
ifrlmiR A little not.- s-nt nt th rKht, mum mo CATUCD
tlm- nfi'ann evcnlhlng In tha world ti JUMlM U Oipf I nun
piople. I ;
po not id yours.if Kr. iaI. , ro-npajvol. DGicrnjInod -to Find
gards your rorrewmence An.wer let-J nUltlJ Vt'i" -T01 i' mi, r
ters promptly nnd ...u will save your- I blfOi UCaU. Or AI!VO Ol
srlf tedliiiis oxciiniR nnd yiur frlend'sl fill Klilrr
'hurtfetlliiris. , UllJVing.
i Never write personalities In a letter, -. .,.,
unless they nn, utterly without sting. NKWHUIMlll, Sept. O.-That linn-
i:v.-n tbo mnsl illarrrol nt t,..nln nr.'dllds llf Jlllltl 1). HoCKfoller'S rOM-"
inretess nlsiut tbrlr Inters nnd npt to ttves huvo been condiietlng rt secret
M ' Hi
Icaw them Ijln-r around
Nivrr wrlti" mournful -olrs when you
hnvo tho blur Thnt H sclrirh nnd In
llnltely w.- 'han trlllng nur trou
blis bcrnin y in forget words, but n
Investigation to learn whether tho oil
king's father, Wllllutn Avery Rocke
feller. Is still nllvo, nml that they
isisscifs Information which leads thcrai
to IhiIIuvo ho Is living In u western'5
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inii-r ivm iiiiiu u m ui-Firojcu am, re- .. , . , . ,. . .,441
' . V l..llv u r fnf-tu l.riiiicbt nut thin af.1
...J. .,-. ... -- - ,,
' peals over'nnd over ngnln -inklnd words
or doleful sentiments.
I Try to malm tho person ,ou wrlto to
frrl happier after she has r-ad your
letter than Dtfore. Use tnct and kind
ness In whatever ou have to say, and
never, never, quarrel in writing.
llo sure to remember the different
mrmbers nf the, family In closing. Peo
ple are flattered to think they are re
membered and occasionally . v mm
little things about them.
Do not wrlto Illegibly. Take your
time and wrlto a shorter letter, but do
not make It a Chln.se piuzle. Nothing
Is mora exasperating than to hnva to
decipher buy, careless handwiltlng.
Heading a letter under Lveae circum
stances becomes anything but a pleat
ura and defeats Ita own end.
rboto by American Frees swell lion.
A N add effect In black and whlta was
" recently scan at the races. In
twMrfh a gown of lustrous black moire
was draped ttmlo foabloa with a whlto
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ii.i u.ru.i n, ,-vi. iri.tr.,. .. ..w ...... - -,
m.M ...H ..r ... ll.nlf..f..llnv uniini.l'.llnn ?
lU.ll.iy. Ii. ...U .!,.--,-. IV, BU-.n...n".j
of tlio uniieu isinics, oi wnieu jouii.
I) Is pot n memlicr. -
Kiltlol by tho refusal of John D.
Rockefeller and his sister. Mm. WII-
Ham 1'. Iliiml of Cleveland, to fin in
the spares In tho genealogy blank t
reading "fathcr'H place of residence
If iillve." and "father's placo or burial
it dead" ifnd "dnto or death," and set-"
tie tho fanious inystery, Dr. Henry O.
Rockefeller of Jeiomo street. Brook
l)ii, u coiudn of John I), fur removed, t
and seeielury or tho association. In
stltutid uu Inquiry by mall to learn
tho desired details. The tUrango reply,'
received from ono ot these-, William
Avery Itrnkcfcllcr, ilnls, he believes,
' tho answer to thu qucsllou raised
; threo jcars ago.
Tho luvcsllgatloii Is nlo being pur-
When hanging pictures don't drtva
In natla at random, but seek out the
.' . wl..i u.lari.n thj. rirlolr Mil.t. m
darning need). If tht needle won't.
penetrate the wall don't try to drive In, suyd by u man now cmploed by John
the nail, bat aeelc another spot for It.- n ' nnd his brother. William Hocke-
In this way trouN. ta saved aad also; , , w ,lUtry of Ul0 lloc
damage to U wl paper; ft,cr' fUny Thu , Anro
Zlaa U eastly cleaned with whiting -'. handwriting exiicrt or New
and water mixed to tho consistency of" York. 1uwls, ncrotillug to Ilia declnr-
BASEBALL AT NEWPORT
IN BATHING COSTUME
Miss Eleanor Sears Is Said to
Havo Beon Organlzor of
and Mrs. William (Joudby Loow, Mr.
and Mrs. Craig Illddlc, Mr. and Mm.
Arthur Scott Ilurdeti. Mr. und Mrs.
Paulding l-'osdlck und others,
ill Ion ot Doctor Rockefeller, pinna to
get his book into shuo iiHin tlio point-
concerning John 1). h father, when ho.
will put tho matter squarely befof
one sldo und Mi's.
JACKSON. Sept. 10. Olunt petri
fied fish of prtlilslorlc times huvo
been found In u tunnel of tho Itoiivter
initio In Calaveras county. Tho Don
vler Is u gravel initio and Iiub beon
worked for jcars
fu digging uu extension lo tho tun
nel thu miners stiutk wlmt uppouiedi
to bu cement but after they hud
gouo lhroii';h Iho men iliM-ovi'icd (hut
they had broken Into u largo fish. It
proved lo ho 117 feet long Tho sc.ilcx
fins and all were perfect
A short dlsliiiiro faither nuolhei
petrified Msh about 15 fori long wiih
NTWPOUT, 11. 1.. Sept. 2. "Who
organized tho mixed baseball teum
ut llnlley'B flench hpro two SunduvS
ugo?" Is thu question being asked ut
tho social gallierliiB- In tho tottugol tho uther
seiiiumuiu il id .i.uiu.ij wii.w,-..
MUs IMeanor Scars ot Huston Was
tho organizer, for shd was iho star
pitcher on thu , sands nt tho beach
und liono of tlio Iudlcs could Ilud her
him, William Ilockefoller nnd Mrs.
"Wn nrn nlHlllt In llllbllsll a book on
. .. - . ...! linniA I . ..... .....
.Miss scars icoreu sevcrm i.u... ,10 i()Ckufcllcr family. ' sniti ijocioi
iuiis mid Mr. lllddlo was tho only. Rockefeller. "It will appear In about
pluycr vv ho seemed to bo ublo to llndl,, month. I feed that we mo on tholp
Mlsa Scars' curves. Tho luuics suu right truck ut last and thnt It will te
babes Just llko the men und run tlioj proved that u William Avery Ttocke
bags fcplendldly, dtcordlng to unove- feller, living In ii small western ,tpwn.
witness, who gave tho wholo secret a John I). Rockefeller's hlddcu fath
uwuy today. Miss Scars cuptalned cr,"
Tho team was regularly organized,
und when tho bathers hnd Mulshed
and left the Ikiii-Ii tho liaboball plac
ing started, the guiun lasting fur an
hour or iiinin with tho players of
both senos In their- bathing costumes,
The teams n nindn up Includeil
Mr. und Mrs. Normuii Whltehouso,
Mr. und Mrs. J. tliirdon Douglaa, Mr.
ST, I.OUIS, Sept. 4. Mrs. Andrew
llruiiderbcrger, sixty jcars old und
weighing 170 poundB, swum flvo
miles today In tho height of ono of,
tho heaviest rainstorms In this clt a , o,(, (reatmenl of kl(lnev dl
hltlory. She swum from tho e-l , nM ,irokB down
end of tho lliids bridge, lu the heart i n ljQfi0 mA boo1tif
of tho business sortloii. to tlio 8Uclllro u ,,lcra,,i0. If you have hsd'
Louis Altonhelm, nt BIOS bouth , (,n(y )rouuU, over 8)x montt,8 Cull-.
Ilioadvvay. t for .helpful diet list nnd pamphlet'
' ' "" I free that mny prolong or .iv your
Ixivo may be blind, hut tho girl's lire,
littlo brother seos things.
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