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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920.
DOCTOR BUTLER'S ;
VIEWS ON PACT
Says Nothing Partisan
or Reactionary in
G. 0. P.
WILL DO RIGHT THING
Hunger for Pence Caused
Many Nations to Accept
League Without ThoiiKlit
NISW t'NI".V. funri., Oil. !!
Dr. Nltfliolntj Murray Huilrr, pr l
clont of ColiimMii Unlwrtty, Now
York. In an addles hwe lonmht
pointed out what hn OHlI'd llHfIO,IH
In the jifoii'Mi li'KKiJ t niHoim
rnvrnant snd reenmii.' mld inljimi
iiinrit of i li iiiiillmul llfl. ulltie
tlirmiRli R irlhiiti.U patterned affr
but ninpUfjliiK', that t Tin Il.ixuu.
A reiuibliiiiii HdrrilnlBtrtitlnn li ml
ril by Mr. Hiirdiux. Im said, vvnutd
Tint In any rwp.- t shirk Km duty
hm one, of IIih family of notions,
though It woulrl not lrrom n mem
ber nt t Iir o.xlsllrijr le igut.
They re mlwulcii who Ihlnk
Hint tho reo'ilillrni purty when
wp.iln entrusted with In responsi
bility for the ndinlnlitlrutlon of the
noveriiinnnt will enter upon miy
li.iokwaril path," ho deelnred "Tim
uplrtt of proKrcB. of iimhltlnn in
MTVP, of 7ei Id Bolvo llio JT"t(tl nnd
vuxnllnu problruiM which confront
tin) people, nro In full poateiwlon of
thn republican party of 1920.
"Knr oni. I urn ronflilcnt thtil
when thn rein of Kovuninirnt nli.ill
pans Into republican li.imln on Mm rh
I next, thn rlpi-Ht ubidnm, t lie wliti-nt
oxpcrlenrn ami the host talent which
tho country nffordu will ho railed
upon tn UH.ilHt In nhnpliiK thono poll
elm which vhull burden a Kolutlon
of tho pi'oplu'H problem anil u meut-
ltlf? Of tho P00pll)'rt IH'I'llH.
"No pnrty, no Kovernment, enn
uccnnipllHh thn ImpoHidhle, but thn
republlenn party may cnnfldcutly ho
trufded to upon in 1921 n now or a
Irl tho hlntory of mir routitrv. nnil to
wnko powerful nnd permniitint con
tribution to tin rnuH,) of Interna-
tlot;l peaen niul concord nnil lo thn
Advancement of tho uorlil'H nalln-
faction nnil ImpphirHn, without In
any way lniiseuini; tho control of tho
American people, over thnlr own
pnllclcR and ache, nnil without In any
way bnnrilnK or breaking tho con
nHtutlon of thn Unltf il Stilton, tho
iiheet anchor of our nhlp of ntnti."
Mr. llutlor nKHcrtcil Hint much
dlscuimloii of campaign nffalrM him
no rvfornnco to uroiit present Inhivh.
which, ho nahl, nrn only two In
number, as follnwH.
"Tho relation which tho pooplo of
tho United Hta!ea nro to hear to
other nations and to Hiomo liiove
mcnlH of political and ccomomlo
opinion that nro common to olv
lied peoples throughout tho world,
"Tho rolilttvn fllnfM of tho demo
cvatlo and rnpiilillcan partlea to up
hold and defend thn American form
of Kovcniment, and to deal tn trulv
cmiKtructlvo and cournijeoufi faHhlon
with tho problems of taxation, of
public health, and or ndmlntntnitlvn
efficiency which Immediately con
front tho American people."
Volutin!, out tho record of tho
United BlatcH as a lender In world
movemonta for International Huttle
nicntn under codified law. jie, re
viewed tho country'd corre
epntidonco with forelr-n natlotiH un
der rrculdutit McKlnley, Jloosevclt
and Taft relatlvo to tho iierleo of
llum;n conferences, and eilllclr.ed
tlumo who refer illHparacinKly ofthti
Uaeun tribunal on tho Kround that
It failed to pruvcut thu Kuropoiiu
Il'n nald that tn 1914, "thnuuh tho
fact In not Keneru.iy known," a iletl
tilto plan to HtreiiRllten tho tribunal
with thn eHtablluhniunt of an Inter-
..n I 1.I..I. n I, ...(I,..,
litiiii'imi iiihii i ui juniii i tn
"under connldenitlon liy the Kovern
inonl of Kuropc and tho United
Btateo, with evciy prospect of nKi eo
nient." At tho end of I ho war, he declared
l'rewldont Wlliion "mado u uapltal
error of Judftinont" In koIiik In per
son tn conduct peacn nettotlatlonn In
Tarfw. Thla he nald mado iucuh
carv the like nttcndimeoof lieiffii of
WAS HER LIVER
Karrii'iit A. All In, ll-ypnr-nld tmn
of r.l.n Alttn. 1IU Himl llodRH. 1 '1
Bliuui n'l n- ynntPrilny itiomlnir at
the i enldeiii e. '1 lie IhhIv w iri
nhlppiit I nut iilnht to Cnbool, .Xtn..
the r t 1 fnmlly home, wlieiH final
ftertnH nnil Intci jiii-nl will tnkr
Mm KIlMhelh M. Funk, 41 h-
.lil rtli d Bbinil 2 0'i l'irk eterday
tnorlni it her home, 417 North
f'heyi tine. Mo funeral nminiotiienlK
Inn) liei.n mndn lanl nlnht
fitlmr nntloim Involved, with thn re
null that tliy "lnt contact with
ilii'lr tin iim-iI it I n.lvlwrii. with I Mull
p'irllitlneniM lUiii with thi'lr iftOilei."
'Die pi ii' n m Itle.ueiit, ho mild,
eomlfiK under the prcHmirn. of thu
tliiiea, mid In mill' infill of thn l
ue of war. wm a mlntuku.
""Hit pioiedilfe, fr from heliiK a
triumph "t titi'nmanhlp," Im ad
drd, "hm n blunder Of IIih flrnt
ningiiltiiili' and In chiefly reirpon
fdhln foi tho unhappy event of tho
pail two vein n, fur the oiitlirouk of
a dri'in minor WMrn, fin thu dnlay
In economic reromit ruction, and for
lhA feeling of dnnpHlr mid dofipnn-ilem-y
lht hnv aeltled down over
o inui Ii of th world.
"Ho nnxloit wn Ihe world for
peace, howiiver, tlntt nation after na
tion approved Hm covenant for ti
league of natloiiH without hfiltatlon
and without (imloim debate.
PI IR PFPnDTITP TO No ll)irlu Work' Toniahl
juu umiuiv iu, (,licc Chief Warm Bays
Hopes Women Don't Read
This as He Wants to
Keep It Secret
(Hy A. M. Ilifihun.)
I.lHlen, folkn, and HI lot joii In
on n Ni'i rel of the nowitpaper Karne.
Thn i It y editor khvo inn an bh-KlKinuenl--pcrhnpa
the tnoxt illfft
null tank over Klven to un nmhlllo'ta
younif reporter. Thers aro nu.i v
otiHlaeliiH hlocMiiK tho path to Mio
cene. Palluro to "Ket the kooiIb" Ii tin
eiirdlnal uln of a reporter'a life. It
IiiiiIm only to one thing--the earthier.
And I'm not tfolnc to "fall down."
With tlx heal tleiwncHM of a Hlnion
I,ei;ren the director of tho KlkM lU
chnrlty ahow lia ordered that th"
doora lie li.lned during ri'hearnnls.
Hut tho cltv editor wiyn there arc
Iota of peojile who would llk I
know Homi'tliin-f about thn ahow.
"Ho and Kt I'." ho ordered. Willi
-1hIoiih of ciowillnif the "Mtar" r
liorter off tllf map I readily ac
cepted the aimlKiimeti.
All the elephant In the world
I)efin of property and Interfer
.mi. wild public udliileH will not bo
loMwiteit InnlKlit, Hallowe'en when
tin moall boy and probably homo
lailln riiien, vtntiireH to the annual
"boydom carnival " UnmMnK car
tni'kii Im I'onnldeieil an Inturference
With fiiibllc titlllllen. aceordlni; to
Jnhii A. 'luittnfHoii, chief of police,
and im protiltilleil by ntato law car
i ln with It a heavy penalty.
' Thi n fnie." the chief nald yenterday,
"thi "1iiii department will not al
low tin- H' im fi I n of traclia." And dc
facemenl or ilrhti llctlou of property
pi ;i!hu barred.
BORROWED CAR "CASE PENDS
I'ro-i'i iilliiii nf IIiijn Who Took Auto
l.efl l;nllrilv ti llf Okiiit.
I'n i utimi of the four iiiuthn
who Thui winy nlxht "borrowed" a
I'ord I'HuiiKliit' to W. K. HlRKer
luiumer. jiroprletor of the South
(.'Ml (turiire.-wlll lie left entirely In
I be liandH or tho owner of tho ear,
the police id yenterday,
Hoy June, 14-vear old nun nf J.
W. .Innen, 1,07 Hoiilh Hartln, In In
tho (ikl.ihouia hiMpltal with bullet
wouiiiIh In both li'KH, hm a rcHiilt of
a .thot which whh fired !v II. T. Ai
pIcKitte. nmployco nf 1 IlKKerlmtim
er'w, when Joiich run after tho two
men eni'ountei ed the lioyn In the
stolen car on Puderal dtlvo about
threo nilleH cant of (own ill II v
while or lilni k -1'iin'l keep me frnty
itrltliiK that utory. In all my click-
Mr. Iluller ue..ed Hint H.o rn- J"'1'" JZi W''''" Sn South Qulney; Hupert
publican national platform offer a ' '"'. melhodN of a necon.1 ni-vwir old. son of O. (1 llv-
-,.. . . . . . i ulorll" U nrUOt' 1 1 1 1 1 I Irl t'lilfiv III Ml Ml ' - . . . . .
poncy, nun unlive to the luaKUn. to "";' " i,T ' .i t
"ai oiopllNh the Name end In what whlit-thc lehearNiilH are IlkA. If I
In believed lo bu a fur better and far "1nv,1 HrH'" "," ,w'1'' ',r
Clllllll IIIIWO 11IC I lllllllll'Jr til IJIU Uiln
In Hpite of (he effortd of MlNler
f'arnaby and -MIoh llunyau, hN
charmliK.' yntint; -'(ilHtnnt. I'm koIiik
to "Ket that utory ' und expomi It to
Hm piibll. tliiiiucli tho columnn of
I liopii thu women lenderH don't
him! thlN. an I want to keep' It necret
until I net the Htory. Heron wluli
liiK in y-Hul f luck.
MISH MAUQAHHT VON WAAO
ban leaned tho renldunco al Twoltlli
nud Holilh rheyennn.
TUUSA IIANK8 will bo closed
Tuesday, iih under tho Htnto law,
Kcnornl election day la n IcKal holi
day. MflH tinHi: MADIlFS.V. of thn
Mann mllTl-iory hop, h.t roturvjciy
from n trip to ino jvannan uuy umi
Mil. AND MHS. .Ml MIS SIMiAUH.
former feNlilentu of Tulmi, who mo
now located in Ban Antonio, Texan,
tiro the parent of a poll, born uu
A. r llt'llKII. U I). Itoymenandt
nnd T. W. McKenzIo were tho KUeHtH
of llarry'lrKon In ono of hl tllBtiiH
over Hm city Thurmiay in ma uu
llHrilKHH OK I-tVOliru ww
Kranted In dMrlct court Friday to
Hallle Anion nir.ilnBt Floyd V. Amos,
Klorence 13. Kcyn itBtiliiHt Fletcher
II. Kevn: lonnln McCoy iiKalnat An
nie McCoy. Olivia Jlnka nK.ilnst
MATintAr.i; i.irKNKflu were !
Btied to tho following Friday by thu
clerk of county rr urt; Ilay I mcu
wartzc.v, 'J7 nnd Mao K. rutinlnK-
"It In ijrtit fruo thhl republican
ohlcntlniift In the covennnt an mill
milted nie merely partla.in, narrow
tulndeil and nelfloh," he iiSHcrted.
It In net trim that lepublV'iin
policy conteiiiplnteil ileNeilltiK our
iiIIH'k and HHniclnteM In the war and
benrlni; fin part In thu tank of ro
huilrtltiK the luokeu world.
"It In nut title that republican
policy would mako no eacrlflcn for
liberty and Justice, nud would ro
ftiMi co-nperatlon to mako tho world
a better and happier place In which
"It Im pot true that republican
pnllnv would lake the incredibly
Htitpld nnd tenet lonnry courhii of
attempHui; to pluy an iNolateil part
In the world and look with Indlf
ferenco on niifferlnt" or wronRdo iik
or on InfrarlliuiN of Irif riift t luiial
law UliIeH these Hhotild illrectly ivf
fect our natlnnnl pildo or our nat
"Thu eHtabllulied policy of thn re
publican purty polnlM the way to
Hiich rotpodelir)? of tho covennnt
for a lemjtie of natlotiN an w'lll lirlnir
It Into accord with American prln
clplmi, with entabllNhed Amcrlnin
pracllce, nud with Hie hlKlnmt and
finest American intercHtN, without
doliiK damnKo or InJiiRlico to any
"Thu people of the United KIntej
Hhould iinilf iHtuml that In oppoalnr
thu covenant In tho form Mubmltted
by thn president, tho republican
jiartv Ih sustalnlni; and not abandon
inn tradllloual Auierlc.nl policy In
respect of lnternatlouol co-opeia-tlon
and thu preKervatlon of Inter
tiallnnnl peace, and that It Ih Htead-
lasuy citiiKIHK to tic hlnh Ideals
nun purposea winch thu Aiiurlc.'iu
people biivo so often revealed In
their International Hyiiipatliles and
their International rulalloiiH.
"Thn r( l ill 1 1 1 i in i, inrk' i. .
InteuilH lo walk toward tho ko.iI In ii
wish nun sine, instcaii or unwlau and
"No permanent proitrcm ever ro-
euiieii iiniii altemn rnr ton murii
or from RettliiK out of step with tho
iiober und JuuIcIoiih opinion of the
world. Thorn Im iTo,'niiii -.uelhod of
llbolishllllf ttltm-miltmi il ti,, ,.,itll
lllllllllll Itflllll., I... ..1.f.ll..1i...l nt .u.. I
.m, itiiiiimnvii jii i ii, , i
fniiie time. All thut cmi bo done
Is lo labor to remove the causes
of International war and to put I
such cheelia upon thoke human ten
dencies and piinslouH which usually!
lirlnir warH nhoilt, uu to mako It '
IneronsliiKiy difficult for them to 1
operntn to llio dlsturbanco of tho
Another .Mill Wane I'm.
rilKSTKH, K. (.', Oct. S9. An
liouucemcut wa inndn today that
a 20 per cent reduction In wiikch
would be mntln nt the blK It.ilihvln
cotton iuIIIh here effe lice Mondiiy
More Colorado .Milieu Ktop.
UKNVIOlt. Oct. 29. Production of
coal In Colorado, already mil tailed
by n strike of minora In the northern
part of the stnle, wiih h(UI, further
reducVd today when Id ttllneH in thn
Hoiitlmrn purl of Hid stale suspend!',!
operatloiiH becnUBi; of a Hhortiiuc of
rallroiid eirs. A total of 71 mlnca
la the state now are icported Idle.
9 (tyjnrJi Cedar
eiM, 32.1 Holltli Norfolk atul (leoi'Kf
Jones, Ifi-yi'ar old son of J. (1. .lones,
fil.'i Houth Qulncy. the compunlous
of liny Jones, are beln held In thu
What the went net ill nin-e redii
mntion mil b -w de.laiual .on Pasa
dena ." u V. .
210 Hichardn Illdh'.
Third and Iloston
Formerly of Hot
lllood, Kkln, Genlto-Urlnary
nud Venereal Diseases and
Kcncral offlcu practice.
'Serums, Vaccines, Electrical
riiuno O-iiu-o AMI
I AllAMH MtlTllll P.M.l'S TO. I
I SOU H. Milllt. Omixs 10 10 I
tliat itching skin
The first npp'icai'cm of Rcsinol Oint
nient usually takes the 'itch and bum
right out of eciema and similar skin
affections. This gentle, healing oint
ment seems to Ret right at the root ol
the trouble, and is almost sure to re
store skin health in a short time.
Krainol OintwOTt aod Soto it ill dnirriwd.
Keep Your Blood Pure
- Nature Will Do the Rest
Old you know Hint ninety per
cent of ail human nllnionts depend
upon tho condition of your blood?
Nnturo Klves her warnings In va
rious unmistakable, ways so' that
when tho appetite foils, nnd you
hecomo weak and l.i.tiess and a goti
eral run-ilovn condition seems to
taku poijession of the wholo bjdy.
It u'an unfaillns tBn that impuri
ties will steadily axumulnlo until
your General health will bo seri
ously affected. You ntvnuld rucoir-
luim M, Tulsa; Maxoy Wildcat 21,
Kellenlllo and l.lzzlo UlBhcjad 18.
A MIJKTINCI OF tho Tulsa Thoo-
sophlcal hocloly wlllbo held Mon
day ' veiling, Movembor 1, In tho
county courtroom of Hm courthouse.
Htinly classes urn now fotmltiK. thn
lessons to ho received direct from
headquarters. All who ma' bo In
leres,tod oro asked to call Osau
7 S 1 9 or bo present nt tho weekly
mectliiKR. Vlsltora will bo wol-coined.
Spanish War V derails
to, Join Legion Nov. 11
Bpanlsh war voturatiH of Tulsa will
Join In tho parado by tho Amerlciin
lcaioii on Armistico day, November
-'"."ft11" in the troo planting
Ilinh Students lo Vote
Stale, National Tickets
i;t,;duilH of Tula bleb school will
vote not Tuesday tho mme un clU
yitiM of T'.ilsa. The ballots ale bi ill
prlrled new In tho prlnt'tut depart
ment of the lilh Achool. Kiiidents
vlll vote on state and national of
flcea. The cledlon will be held In
the different "hnme roo.ns.' and the
results will be mroiiicrd bcloro the
rinse nf s'lirol TU"!t iv
ply puro nnd rcj)ust.
For this purpose, no remedy xwn
oqunl 8. R. H., tho fine old blood
purifier that has been In constant
uso for moro thnn fifty years. Bo
lnfr made from tho roots nnd herbs
of tho forest, it la purely vege
table, mid contains no mineral sub
Got 11 bottlo of S. g. H. at your
drugstore toduy, and noto how
promptly it builds up tho appotlto
und kIvcs now struiiRth and vi
tality. Wrlto for free ltteraturo
iilzo thu tnpoitan"C, therefore of j and medical advice, to Chief Med-
very -.promptly cKsipmIiik out thojcal Adviser, S30-Svlft laboratory,
Bysteni. and kucplne tho blood sup-i Atlanta, Oa. Advt.
Double Bill TVill be Shown
at Rialto Theater Tomorrow
Jicforc TakhiH Mack-Draught,
Missouri Lady Was Trou
bled With Constipation,
Headache and Had,
Taste In Mouth
flrandln. Mo. Mm. Susu llrnokii
of this placo writes: "Sonu time oro
I was In a bad fix, with stomach and
liver trouble. 1 did not feol good
at any time. I was very constipated
nnd liad headaches from this condi
tion, and hud n continual hurtlni;
In my Mnmnch, nud bad tasto In
tho mouth. Could tell my liver wnn
"L had known of Hlack-DrnuKbt,
bo decided to try It myself I began
with a larKo douo or doses, Kiadually
netting to Htnallur ilimts. It reKUlated
my bowuls, relloved mo of tho hurt
ing In my stomauh, cleaned off my
liver and mado mo feol lll;o n
If you uctMip in tho morning fooling-
ns tired no you did when you
wont to bed achy, coated tongue,
bad taste' in mouth, s.illow iom
ploxlon then your liver haa not
dono lla full duty .and your system
lias nbtorbed tho pilsons,whlch your
liver nhould have taken away.
An occasional doso ot Thodford'a
niucicJraught will Inlp this Im
portnnt organ tu funaiun properly.
Get a pacltago or Thedford's
niack-Draugl.t liver medicine today
BrUKglctH sul it, or can net It for
A double program Is scheduled for
nn engagement at the Hlnlto theater
tomorrow', each pm of Hie bill s.itd
to bo a siipei ol'fi-ilng. and an un
usual screen ,u lib veuunt.
Thn dramatic feature for Siiih1.iv- Is
the si usnllonal Aiseno hupln ti.ory
813." In Hits nairatlve there Is pre-
cmleil c. plot that deals with many
thrlllluK Nltuailoiis and startling
detiouneninents. Tulwint have read
with Interest the Attune- l.upln
stories whti'li boi'ter on the unusu i1
The extra added attraction Is the
presentation of Charles Chaplin In
one of his famous leleasew "Tho Im
migrant." There Is no denying thu
fact that Chai'li's Chaplin has caused
moru real laughter than any other
comedian ever appearing on tho
screen. Ills name Ih ,inown through-,
out the length and breadth oT thei
world and his every mined v hum
been hulled ns a reniu.-kalil,, laugh-1
In "fits" the author has given the j "K triumph. "Tho liiuulgiant" was
wot Id a detective tale (hat Is widely
ilirrereut and especially appealing.
Thn story h'ts been given a IhaIhIi
production nnd thn ist Is composed
of sereeinlom'H favorlto players.
"SI 3" will prove n drainatlo iroiit
for Ulalto pntrmiK.
one of Chaplain's greatewt farces, i
lie www the "comedv feet" and "cuto!
inoustachii" performs many unlquo
antics In this ludicrous playlet.
"813" and Charles Chaplin will'
noui no niiown at thn Hlalto begin
n I ng tumorro w. A d v t .
' Black and Brown '
n , . , . , All Silk
Fashion s smartest
Footwear for early Hose
Winter. TllC priCC, Formerly itetalllng
Up tn $ l.f.O. Now
202 SOCTII MAIN ST.
Ptcs c is EssErnnu
BUY THAT, PIANO NOW
Don't Put It Off Another Day
The JENKINS PLAN Makis Owning Easy
You Need Sot I'ny a liiirgo Sum to llnvo Music In tlic Home.
Thousands of families throughout
( the .Southwest nro happy with
Pianos nud Player Pianos they
never would havu owned had It
not been for tho "Jenkins Plan.1'
Come In and let us explain how
tho Jenkins plan saveHyou money,
protean you, und makes tawulug
If You Can't Call Write
417 S. Main Osage iaa-.1l3l
A. !. Crlic, Manager
Osteopaths Not Affected
By Chiropractic Bill
In iiiwwcr to numerous luiiilrlcM ns to the relation nf oMcopntlir to
Slate (jiic-lliin No 111 to be submit ti-il ii llio election NovciiiIht 2nd,
Willi icfert'iico fii Semite Hill HI, it may Im wild Hint the prnctlco of
o-.iiivali- Is now ivgulatcd by law nnd lias repivsontntlon on tho
Statu Hoard of r.amlners. This law liming ls-en io effect nnd op
crntliig for tho pjisl twrlvo jenrs, It will bo readily seen that Sciiato
Hill III und Suite cjuoMluu No. Ill liavo no rcfi'i'i'iut! to ostcopatliy,
Tlio entrance- r'iiilivments to a rcxignl.ctl school of osteopathy Is
it four-)car hlgli m-IumiI diploma or It ciiulvalcnt. Tho coni'sc In
itcopailiy ronsNts of four years of nlno (mint lis ciich. To pmcUixi
oxti'iipatliy in the Mate of Oklahoma, (lie oMsMtlilc griiduale must
imss MittMfnctor'11) llio cxamliuitlon ghen by tho Stntc Hiuird of
SiMiato Hill 111 was pasM'tl by the Icglslaluro of Oklahoma nt the
Hi 1 7 Mission to regulate the prncllcs; of Clilropnirllo nnil oilier uu
Ilccn.scil print It Iiiiici-m hy fixing n stunilaril couoo of study of only
three jcais of niuo iuoiiIIm ciii'Ii In u clilropnictlc scIiimiI, glilng tlie
I'lilinprnctorM rvpivM'nPHlon on 'tho Sinto Hoard of I'.vainlncih nnd
rcqulii iij Us uppllcimiH for IIithm' lo paM a salisfactory cxiimliui
Hon In subject lauglit in common In nil schools tho niiiio as nppll
emits of oilier schools now havo to do; cucli applicant to bo cam
lncil In Ids sMcm of prnctlco by a iiii'iiiIht from his own school.
If ) uu unut llio I'liliHipructors to liilic legal htandliig ami be licensed
practitioners, Hicn xolo Nt) on Stnto (Jiu-Mtou No. 01 hut If you
want tliem lo remain unlltviiscil n nil without recognition before thu
Inn, (lieu vole VI.S op Statu Quesllon No. III.
If HUNT'S d.1 f.ll. in the
trf.tmrnl cf ITCH, KCZBMA.
KINdWOBM, TllTTttR el
oth.r Itclilm kla at.M.
Try 7 cent bos (t our rl.k.
COI.ON1AH I)lti; COMPANY
To abort a cold
and prevent com-'
f V 1
Tho purified and refined
calomel tablets that nro
naujcaless, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
cd and improved. Sold
only in scaled packages.
coromony. Arrangi n , ,,
mado at tho regular n.i. , s
votoraim Monday nigii', N0,ir
which will bo held a'
MaJ. I J. 1 Uoulicy, f f
ton. All veternns nr. r )
attend this meeting, t i, ,
Ing business relating t., p.
be brought up.
Satlsfactioxi or Money Refunded I
When you have a Cold or feel the symptoms
of Grip or Influenza, do not experiment with
imitation remedies it is too dangerous.
Get the Original and Reliable Cold and Grip
Tablets of Recognized Merit.
Grove's JL. B. Q ts&Mets
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Price 30c. sfcSfrcrVtS
on box. W
"I am so nervous it seems as though I should fly" "My nerves
nre all oh edge" " I vish I were, dead." How often have we heard
these expressions or others quite as extravagant fromsome loved one
who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which
has slowly developed until the nerves can no longer stand up under it.
No woman should allow herself to drift into this condition without
giving that good old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial.
Read the Letters of These Two Women.
North East, Mil." I was in ill health
four or ilvo years and doctored with
ono doctor after anothor but nono
holiicd me. I was irregular and had
Biicii torriblo pain in my back, lower
part of my body and-down each sido
that I had to go to bed threo or four
dayg every month. I was very norvous,
tired, could not sleep and could not cab
without getting sifk. A friend asked
mo to take Lydia B. rinkhum's Vege
table Compound and lam sorry I did
not take it soonor for it has helped mo
wonderfully. I don't have to go to lied
with tho pain, can eat without being
r.ick and huvo moio strength. I recom
mend your mcdichio and you aro at
liborty to publish my testimonial."
Ei.izaiii.tii Weavek, R. It. 2, North
Minneapoli3,M1nn. " I was run down
and nervous, could not restatnightand
was moro tired in the morning than
when I went to bed. I have two chil
dren, tho youngest three months old
and it was drudgery to caro for them
as I felt so irritable and generally worn
out. From lack of rest and appetito
my baby did not get enough nourish
ment from my-milk so I started to givo
him two bottlo feedings a day. After
taking threo bottles of Lydia E. rink
ham's Vegetablo Compound I felt llko
n now woman, full of life and energy.
It is a plcasuro to caro for my children,
nnd I am Very happy with them and
feci fine. I nurso my baby exclusively
again, and can't say too much for your
medicino." Mrs. A. L. M;lleh, 203a
J. 24tU St, Minneapolis, Minu..
Nervous, Ailing Women Should Rely Upon
t-VOIA, C.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO- LYNN, MA8