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; Her Daughter and His Son J
A Ceaf Married Lift Story by
TDAH McGLONE GIBSON
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Tomorrow Jerftme H)'h!), Call
Q BV HOWARD R. GARIS
I"-"- UNCLC WICOILY S PLUM PUDTING
If.s HmM "Irrla.p
"WllaU yOU KO'rta to do Ud). I'n-
Wlfgfly ea r. tool ad at hl pink. min
kiln nof in lli lrr liar is of hla
watch. "I wit s nc "' lb war. Ii for an
rahl.lt rlrl. Hut tli I h i .iint nia to
irmaln In no I II dto ll " an I L'ncl" Wig
lly atarted to ink- oft Ma tall, allk hut
md to put aa lila red. white end blue
" iWi, not for thf eerlS." -rl.nl Nnra.
raae"tnff' ' Vlu.t 1 h'-t IColi'C 'rt "
n aa that If yon did ftT out. you could
ixke th extra plum pudding to dreed
"Oh I , 'l' it- I'. ' !.'' f ! "
poke Vnre Wlgxlh Where la th.- pink
H im rudflins ih(U IMrr Pliwr plckc!"
,,"-,OhkCM" Un't at Ilk Oi pck of
prickly PPPra that Frlai Plrr phked!"
InuKhed Mirac Jane TkO plum puddinr
lan't pink either. It i. mor of a purple
r-olor. We had IWO for Thankritlvlnit.
mi know." .
k "Yea. Indeed. I ktK tl.-l " n! I nele
- WnjtTlly- .Vnd tt'llJif mlirbt- for Ua had
hnlpod to mak one. It ihl
Aa Nurao Jane raa getting ready for
the Thatik'Kivlntr dlnnT In lh hollow
etump buniralrw n f. w dy hefore. Vn
el Wlggtly had rome out Intu tlx- kltch
"Well you mlchi '' yotu paw at a
Hum puddlni aaJil MIm Fi Wumj
So I nrlr Wlggll) h i ! iund- on'. t end
Inc the d I MN-tloti ! from it irnpf liock
that told Juat what to do. Th-n Nurae
t hunn arentl'Monn had mrid. nnd ahn
baked anolhar. which had kHri :artl
eaten at ThainkaglvlnC. Thla lett one
plum pilddlriK OVl I
"And you mlcht n. laka our plum
pudding to Grandpa (Juoaey lander." aald
BBBjjjfi Nurae Jane to I '-..If A i f i "Almoat
B half of niy pudding la left et "
H "Orandpn Oot.aox will Ik- Rind to gal
H m pudding " ipoke in-i' U'lnily, "and
H I may hae an aiK.-n'un- laklK It to
1 Well, thr bunn uvnlLiimn do! have an
adventure, and I'll t" 0i about It.
1 Nurae Jane put tlin etra plum puddlnc
1 In a pull for Uncla W lifglly. who aooti
H ataitc-d out over 1h- field and throuah
H the vooda it had baan Miowin a little
H and the Kround wna white, ao that I'nrle
H Wl5tl'a pawa nd llil led. white and
blue airirn-d rhaumatlam rrutt-h mada
"If thr- bad old Hln-k Huthy Hear, or
H the PllSgl Fox -M nlona: now Iht)
Br r.ear n aaaaafnti buah to look hark over
I the flelda. Anil, all of a audden. a aril
H Haw. don naad to raat your tracki
d find 1 have yoti
H whal have you In that pall" anarhfl
H the fox. I'H.kinu at the one hanclnt: on
Hl Uncle Wlgstly'a pa w If
H or gravy, I'll take a taate of It heror I
nip ou Hcro'glve It to maf" and. moat
H linpolito) llo- fOX unbind the pnll
1 That lin t snore, or Tav." anld I n
1 cla Wlcri'- It i r'"" p'l.idinc and
"I'lum pudding! Ml i'- better! howled
V ed out the pudding and took a big bite. I
Then he favi a loud and yawl and.
H ilappinK ml paw- In hl Jam. Ik- dant'ed
w hat a the matti-r?" nk.d i'nrle Wif 1
H "Mlitter?" naked the I'm, aa he howle-J
H louder than ever nnd darned around on
H Ida hind lega. lo ou i nil that plum pud
'"nIO 'uraa, I do " net
H I outfit to know made it myself.
IH What'a the matter?' In aaUed. 'for the
B lox waa now hoppina: around on on" h c
BXaXaBBBxl tlliat L' I v "TliPl -r all I riV n
lntead of plum.' rni I bit tHI atonea
P and now mj tt. ih are broken! Oh. wow'"
H M with that, giving ino pal! and th-
Slnnea In im pi irn puddlnr That
H ym funny," aaid the bunn arentlepan Then
I "Diamond Dyes" j
II Tell You How !
A Child can Follow Directions j
and get Perfect Results
H K.ich package of Dinmond Pyea con
H lain? dlroctionH no rimplr- that any wo
ii can (li.nmonil-d.M- a new. rlch.(
jH !t i shabby tar
B i.' lit, draperies, coverings, vhetbef
silk, linen, cotton or tuixed
B Buy "Diamond Ip" no other kind'
'hen pgrfOCl retulU are guqpanteed
,irugt;i.t has color card Ad oril.se
I lie r.ipe.l rurr and looked at the pud
Idlna nhlh tlM. Vc v had dropped Sure;
it -th the pudding .. full of pram
atonea. or pita, aa hard aa rook a. It wea
on Jhrealon-4 thai the lud liap had j
"Oh. I torpor to take ihe atonea out of
i be piuina I put In irv puddlrur'" lautcherl :
i nele cltil "Vrll. Ifa a good thine
i vi- ajU .Nure .lan'a for Thanka;i inc In
j ateud of mine. I'm kIh.I I anvi d mine for
the bu.i Viu. ' he weni on. h.- watched
th'- fi Ohau co .-.t i ket aiVt over
the bi!!a "And I'm gUd Oramlpa Gooaey ,
Ididn t break hla biak on the plum atonea.
,111 ro bark and get him aome of Nurse
"ane'a puddlna; "
N'ur.v Mne'a puddlni; wna nil ilRbt. the
I pita hlnff been takrn from the pluma
'and (Jrandpa fiooaey liked Ii vei much.'
tnd b' the K'-ntleman dink did laugh
happened ibe y. - s. m. i.onx-
lean had bla adventure, n.r I told ou b-
would And If t'ie pintleman graaahop
I er doean't forrt to aak th la l- bug to
danee the pe pan prinee nt the durk'a '
plrnlc. I'll tel! you next about I'ncle WIr
fily and Jnrk Jumper
, -a L
Till- I'AUK' VI N'EVS. j
Weather led icnrj bldwlng erroxmd'j
aa if the) waa. uli e I
Spoarta. Kam Oroaa crawled thmo a i
big empo pipe laal Frldax afternoon to
tro e It wa br.Hrtw and rame out the'
rber end all io.-r--.l with black atuff
' )eat In time fur hla father to xee hlin on I
Ida a heme friim Ihe offlee. Sam H"
InR bono- with lil father h ypeahll In- j
vltatlon and (he real beint m later y
Siaalel. Mi Menn I ' a Mr l.eroy
Shooater and Mr Artie Allxander went
lerround to the Little orand last Theraday
evenlrt. l-elnic all the farther the went
I on arroum of none of than hainc enuff
money to hu) a tlcklt, and they admired
the plekturea otitalde a wile and then
went bai k.
Pome by Skinny Martin.
War Is H.
. Ive swum in the mlte rx e m
le wawked on the mlte ianil.
But lnta the irrate war ii Rurropa
1 ain't aaw a Oermln band.
Bxttr! Teddy Hunt i;itea A Iceman'
Id llunla fox terrier. Teddy, bit thai
k-em-in on one ankle last Satldduy morn- I
Ing. and the Iceman kepp on rpjialnir
' erround th,- arl nnd Bid kepp
on -basins the Iceman and lelllni? nun
1 Teddy ony did It In fun. the Iceman not j
i stopping to llaaen till he had to on ac- 1
.mint of bains out breth and een'
then n..t acting aa f ha hleew.l
Intrlaltnic Fai ka About Inrrlatln.r l'-e. 1
pie Le Iu-. ta ran punt, h hlmelf ul
moat all hla ntlte In the noar without 1
maWInc It Meed but he objecka to en- '
bOd) elta trying. j'
Dr. James L Vance
There are moral vlrtorlea wJllch deaerve
to K--t on Ihe Hal of the world a gl Sataet
battlea The uperh courage and daum
leaa leanlutlon put Into theae moral tion
jrtea are not urpasaad by the h.-aers
which fice ahot and shall.
Indeed Ihere la a jtrun and quiet di
termination, a deliberate atampinic out of
Indecision .-wid inrlmailon in the flk'ht a
ml putl up naralnat temptation to hi--h
war w.th all us barbaric Kmp la a atran
Ha na a railroad man. and when h
came to eh.irch. e.hlch waa only at n
nicht arvlce he Invarlnbh aal In the laat
cat next to the door But he llatene.i
ml '! -n-n'-' look in hu fa.e held me'
as I tried to preach.
1 had Riven the uaual Invitation, eak.nc
thoa- who desired to ronfeaa the Savior
to remain and meet th. S :.-:. Tb ,
bur. h had emptied, and accompanied by
half a doaen officers. I waa deai-cndlnc (
the hureh stepa to the atre-et pavement
li o I met m. lallroad frond . oniiix up
the steps breathless.
He had walked aeven aquarea distant I
to the ststlon. debatlnt; with himaelf what
o .lii. and at laat had aald: "I might as
-i atttle It tonight if I am ever to take
the atep." Then ne had run all the wa
back through the atreeta to the church.
sal he ahould be too late We ient back
I p Ood a house and heard a roul mke
the old declaration of faith In Christ and
desire to follow Him. and then we re-
calved hlin Into the church.
Six months later I met him in front of
the big terminal over whi. h h presided
with rare abltlo, and aaid "How are
you getting along In .mum Christian lift ' 1
A smile that told of at rocrle and of lc ;
tor.too. atole ever hla faro, as he said: '
"I haven't cursed et
That waa enough. Me had whlppei his
old enerm. lie had routed hla besetting
aln He had won a moral victory In a
war In which the powera for good and
evil contend for the mastery of sn ha
That la glorious! The bond doss not .
plsx. and BO crowds cheer, but there la
Jo) among the angela of h-aen, and the
Treat Captain of our Salvation "sees pi
the travail of his soul, and Is satisfied."
iii r n un hi i i
w ins pi tun pitixi
MKMPlirft T-i i! M iry had a lit
tie shorthorn calf. For that matter
she still has It. Every place that
Mary Elli takes her baby beef she;
vv.ns first prize. She Just nnn the
fir' llbb-.n at the Nashville cattle
' ' I
e ' -
Secret of Woman Editor's Success
Belief That Nothing Is Commonplace
MU v,,jtK. No. Margsrrf
Ai der-son. sols owner and eiecu'ixe
r uie marssine ceiled "Th Little
Review!M A career unique n the hl-
1 rnthu(.!saai and II ents.
. yeare ago It had nir tssn
Ford "V llueffe M. Si-, -lair
Speak int o; (he adventure, for nd-
renture certainly it is. Mum Anderson'
Mil iMMIi iM'l. i i
ateglead, France and German) in
fa t all Kuropean . ..uiurlea. have some '
medium through whl. lt the artist ma
dium I'ii'-ri .ir. many m.ucaines.
it j true, but none of them but has.
Ita formula, on which Its stories are i
bnaod nnd its pictures painted- Mag-,
ztnea start up and dl they die be-1
causa the people back of them have
little or no money, little or no ciur-l
nge, little or no following.
"Just how I line atjci-eedcJ In I
keeping the Llttla Kevlgw" alive is
i .- i t. mi n sort of miracle, but l!
think 1 hae discovered whal the mlra-l
cla Is- 1 have never trrated nn thine!
In life as If it were commonplace, nor
any trsons as If they were ordinary."
When Ml. Anderson started her
mag-izine eeid the proofa wpre held!
at tiiv printers because there waa no I
money he went to several large!
houses. Whore goods she desired lOi
:.rt a.-, and ivlthoul icn so much'
as a single cop) of her magazine to)
now. she returned that same evening ,
with J.'.OO In advertising.
She Mad convinced them that "the
advent oic- was the value" the ad-'
venture of having talked for a few,
moments to a woman who would die
foi her enthusiasms as the artist
uould Bla for his art
nil i n l LTVCB.
V A i! I i r trnlzs no dlffl-i
m a" ' f-r x , r- d.fflc ilty ,
then :e'.ippi ..a. h some drama.'
In this .".plrlt she approached the'
artist of Lngland and France. She'
WTOtl and told th. : i what she wanted
to do to publish un international
communication of thought, imagina
nil I'Ower that she wanted to
make It possible for the stmgglmg
artla:s of America io he heard "for." f
as she saye, tii great eat artist in!
the world will becomg discouraged h
If he cannot even tret his work print- r.
. ADVENTURES OF IHE TWINS !
DY OLIVE ROBERTS 3ART0N
e 1 a
NICK DISCOVERS SOMETHING.
Nick looked around carefull at every
hlniT In Scribble Scratch's dining room,
n is falrvman still r-at at the table snor
ng loudly anil showing no signs of wak
ng. It was very atrance. the whole
nine and tbe more the little b"V gareil
.i v .i-.. vVeaaal'i pa.ld-tra.-k on the
FUmn toe more sure he h.m tbai
tomething was wrong and that Wasp
tnew more about It than anybody elae
Suddenly he beg.iu to sniff. What was
Im 'BE ' '4jtrsWn?k Ml ' tm
Then he took a anlff at the fa.ryman'a cup of coffee and that ameMed funny, too
inai airaiiKc "-rueu i w.ss uae a ween
yet there waan t a algti of a weed, nor
flower even, anywhere Urine fall and
null- cool, the doora and windows were
abut, so the smell couldn't be coming In
from Hie ..iitsi.l.
Next Nl-k discovered that he cloaer
he came to the tSbU the gtronger the
amell became lie sniffed and .miffed,
and the more he sniffed the more sure
he bavamt that it wss something on the
Uncle Sam? M. D.
Babies cannot talk. but they have a
By crlng and b) movements they can
explain a great m-inv things
A normal, health) child gams regularly
In weight, has a warm, moist skla.
breathe, eats heart h, sleeps peacefully
has one or two regular bowel moementa
tail und cries onl when he la hungry.
uncomfortable, ill or indulging in a fit
Tbe poature when sleeping la quiet,
limbs relaxed, aleep peaceful, no tossing
The facial expreas..re la i aim and i
peaceful If lab la suffi-rlni; pain, the
features will contruet from time to time I
and the fiat will be deanched tighll).
The breathing l regular. ea and
julet However, during the first weeks'
of life breathing ma be Irregular In
perfectly normal l-al'ics This ahould en-'
i Ra no alarm unless associated with other
abnormal conditions, such aa hot skin '
and flushed face
Bgb) )iould oreathe throjgh the n
and keep the mouth closed Mouth
breathing or habitual holding the mouth
OPSJR usually Indicates enlarged tonsils 1
or adenoids, or some other obstruction I
to UM breathing Which needs the atten-
Hon of a physician.
The akin of the healthy baby Is warm,
slightly moist and a healthv pink color.
The akin ahould be aoft and smooth to.
&4 'mi erfcct Skin I
W aTO 5"n ot Funl nd
Pbeauiv- lif soli, dit-J
II. Unguished appearance itJJ
a i venders bring out your n
e natural beauty to its lull- Jj
H e. In use ovrr 70 sag jj
I'nr every difflcalt tiicrr i- some approach, gome rlctory.''
d." And they respond at once with
And t his s tin. Miss Aii.li i Mnii. ou iik.
andsomo and unafraid. Is also rnpa
le cf the daring necessary to print
I fairynoan a tabic that had such nn edit
odor. Me liftc-d the orange No. that
wasn't It. nor the toast, nor the egg.
Then he tried ihe. pitcher "On." said h
ptmlng It down suddenly. "That cream
smellM awfully fnnnN " Thn he took n
sniff rt th. falryman's cup of coffee
(half gone! and that smelled funny, too';
Because, as Nick reaaoned, II had the I
lueer cream In It!
All this time the falrvman slept on.
Hig glaaer off 1
pieieiv. unu nia situ collar was oegninmg
to crinkle o.i But nothing laothered
j him He smiled peacefully aa though
dreaming about a circus or eofnofhlng
! The mantel clock pointed to a quarter
of ten taww. hut the little schoolmaster
wasn't bothering any more about Meadow
(rove school than i am about wl at I'm
going to ha. f"i .Ilnii.-r next Sun. la..
Onh I hope It'a a good one.
(Copyright. 1)20. N. E. A )
the touch and the underlying muscles
firm Flabby muscles usuallv Indicate
something wrong with the feeding
Q. My Utile boy of three vear has
two or more small lumps on each side I
of his back, seemingly on the glands II.-1
has always been strong and healthy and J
I would like to know- the cause of this
trouble, and If It Is llkeh to develop I
Into anything of a more aerloui nature
He sometimes complains of feeling tired,
and some davs la .lull ,md stuold. He
drinks a great deal of milk, hu' cares
little for other fo.l Whnt Is the tveat
thing to do for him
A. With regard to the enlargt-d glaada ,
of the neck, you will find that theae will
probat I disappear If your I Mid is taught j
to ohaarve certain rules of hygiene:
nameh. taking plentv of exercise (i the
open air and sunshine, sleeping with the
windows open and partaking of suffi
cient quantity oT nutritious forwl. -
In addition b drinklnc milk, a child
of thla apr should eal grer-n tables. ,
once eser da . I'rop, r N t-iing. means j
something more than iunntlty. because
many articles of diet contain what are i
known ns arcesaory food factors of un-
known chemical composition which havn
a marked Influence on the well-being of j
I would advlae you to have vour child s
teeth eaamlnMl herame frequently en
larged glandn of the neck are due to ma- :
terial absorbed from decayed teeth and
CAT AND RAT "LIFE" TOO MUCH
SAN IRANCI8CO. (a!. Mrs. Olga
Ihjnlop Im1 a c-i and rat life, so to
speak, with Willum. her husband,
she told the court hero. Onco h
ihrew a live cat on her shoulders and
il scratched ber, she said. Another
time ho put a dead rat In her bed.
It frightened her. she held. She- dl
orced two hu&bandn before William
for cruelty, hut she said Dill "did
beat all. ' The Judce w ished her bot
her luck nt-xi time and pave her a de-
. I er
SWISS FORTRESS TO
GENEVA, Switzerand To prove Its
faith in tbe League of Nations. Swit
zerland plans to dismactle its most
powerful fortress St. Maurice, nnd
renverl il lo a sanatorium for con
BBlBpt.lv C soldlrra.
. on the back covet "sole owner ami
editor" and on the front cover tht
"MaklnR no compromise with th
The Roman emprrors lent money on
Four million persons mp,ko returns
under the federal Income t:tv
e . . . - e
LITTLE GIFTS TO
MAKE FOR XMAS
TO HOLD NCEOLEWORK.
S'MPLC TO MAKE.
A n..M ' -.'low that will aajrecj ' a
' 1st sHk and appllqeed to the satin.
FOR THC WAITING DCjn
glf' if alntcd In a simple design with
colors. It wU make an attnwtlTS
writing desk acreasory.
APRON SET OF CRETONNE
V r i .rnstlng of at. apron and duat
cap la a practical present The apron Is
ipsde ith a Ml. reaembllnc the bodice
of a dress The skirt Is full sr-rt a large
"ea at the hack A preti. pl f. r
t'ie duat cap is the one that ties In front'
a ftnalNhow. lar flowered cre-
A luncheon or tea set consisting of a
tamlecloth and alx napkins .-uld te a
aultahle gift for the, friend who en'er
talns. The tahlecloth mny be anv site
j the nat-klm- nre edg.-d with a tiny idcot
CROCHETED RAO RUO.
The rags for this work must he tern
rather fine. I'ae a strong- and coarse
rt rhet hook and herln a chain ctlt. h
If an oval rug la deslre.t. crochet round
f JUST FOLKS
Br Ligar A Oacan
For strength which has sustained us
through the day
Pear Lord, our thanks wo give!
I F-t crr? smile that, lights life s friendly
Arid inaU,-H It gr. d to live.
Once more, with grateful hearts grid rev
I Our gratitude ire offer for Thy care.
I For fruit of field and vine and orchard
Th- sunshine and the rain.
I The tempests weathered on the land and
i apt cur thanks anln
Almlght) iJ'-l fr.iin wh.m ai hlsslngs
ll.ar now our prayers, though long our
lips were dumb.
Fur fre. -.him -ind our country, eean of
I Our . hll.'ren at their play.
tur homes where peace and love and loy
Accept our thanks today.
i'h. God, In all we do. ard ct ma dare.
Make us. we pray, more worthy of Thy
1 1 e
If baiteae are folded in when a garment
la put through the wringer there Is i H
nereasit foa icnding Thursday over lea H
JerW ear can h .-aTWittv folded ant
wn.ng ifiM-h drier Ihl with eras effort in H
s wnnge, isan wringing lo hand Pot
ihe button m.ide ,-s , ral theeatneases if
iin'eaa the tint tons sr H
naally ! a rye thc wlM not be broken 1
MENU FOR TOMORROW.
Breajifaan firapefnui gfiesl iom meal H
romsu i H
with Kreneh dressing cilied pruo' , H
MV OWN RECIPES H
ramalaM fold in a H
towel and shake gently Thla dries tht H
Of its equivalent ruins any sax I.. 4 H
CREAM OF OYSTER SOUP.
Waji batter, itlr in ftour Add th first
Of milk alowl as In white taunt. 1
dd second cup of milk and oysters- Pt,r
frequently nnd rtng alowiv to th boiling 1
point. l.et bubble up on re. Serve at H
WHITF. FRUIT AKE jM
rup twitter H
i p milk B
cupa flour H
te-vons hik nc powder H
IS rupa i hopt-.-i figs H
jpa blanched rind rhopp--d slmonls H
' pound citron, cut fine H
teaspoon salt H
1 teaspoon vanilla
t'ream hutter and sugar. Mix fruit
with up flour. Mix and sift flour, ssll H
'sod I'-.i Ing powder Add to first mivt H
stiff and dri dd fruit and vanilla. Itak H
young man'g start In life often fin- M
Mahes hit I
VIKNNA, Nov. 1. (CorreeponiU H
ence). Th- slate opera and the stats H
i nt. -.i.ii the
crown and now suhx entloned by the rea
public, show a deficit of about 26. H
crowns for the year, as & re- H
suit prices are to bo increased heavl- H
the best seats H
. c seven while now thrv nia
eighty crowns as against nOO now. Qui H
i corrcspoQding H
ly. and now sell at lghtiou crowns.
BIRTHS in i MM
LONDON. Nov. io. fCorreeftoed- 1
ence "f iho Aaaoclated PreeaJ Tho H
numbei of births recorded In Knglund H
..f is..', per liino f the popula
Hon. nays the annual medical report
of the ministry of health. In 190n.
n record year, there ware 948. 271
births, or morn than 250.000 greater
In Portugal the ability lo rend
and write is one oi the i cqulremen' s H
Too Mfeak to Do Anything
The ordinary every-day life of most women is a ceaseless treadmill ki
of work. How much harder ihv taks become when some derange- H
M ment peculiar to her sex makes every movement painful, and keeps A
B3 the nervous system all unstrung until life seems hardly worth living. B m
v' Every women in this condition should profit by the experience of $
these two women whose letters follow.
Read ihe Experience of These Two Women ni
a Reading Ra. ''1 1. odors mi in flam- Gainesville, Tex. M For three years
in. i . i- ri tin- 'Av aii'l b;:-k I Mi llV i'1 tiiiSi.l'l atr'HiV fa li month I .
which were bo sharp that thov pulled with pairu m d j side, I found only M
fv to my knees, and 1 could no! walk temporary relief in doctor's medicine rv(
I had an operation and still I failed, and or anything else i ' my hus- W
S i . i i i I Littered I had four band and J mi of w
lii ore and none helped me. My Lydia I P .' Vegetable Com- P
rnother-in-lar advised me to take Lydia pound. I mentioned it tot a neighbor
1 E. Pinkliani , .Me Compound I and she told me she had taken it with Sa
Bj (vas then in 1 d, and afl r the t:- gi od n it. 3
9 bottle I could be mt of bed, then I L was then ii i d part of I ,and
p! took Vegetable Compound Tablets and my doctor said I would have to be oper- if
Lydia 1 P Blood Medicine and atedon,but we decided to ti 4.
also used tbe Sanative Wash, still table Compound, and I also used I lia M
v to F i Wash. I am a L.
UPj do my own housework. Myfriendssayi dressmaker and am now able to
B1 1 My! but you vhat do you a ft
tia ii'.- Who Is your doctor?' And there besides, Tou nrewel me to use I vj
i- i t.ly one an wer, 'Lydia E. Pink- letter as a t stimoi ial as 1 am aj i "3
FJ ham's medicines which I gladly recom- giad to speak la
v i ;. i "' Mm w m Stsin, 560 Do glas Mrs. "W.MSrapHSJWoa Harvey St, M
. j ' i ' i. Gainesville. 1 n
9 Ailing W omen Should Not Experiment But Insist Upon E j