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TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1920. TMF JCDkN ' 1 A ND AKD-LX AMllNfcK 5 1
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In prcprlnir acidulated water one I
BamaUmas: rather nt n ln.s as to just how
mufli vlncifar or lemon juice to aM.
A ko-i1 fcener.il rule to follow ! to aV
low a t 1 1 1 i tablexpoonfal of oH-l to 1
qttarl pf water This i the proportion
tie-cKirv to produce firmnees bul nut
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MENU FOR TOMORROW.
JH Hrenkf.nr l'ookel erenl v. h elan.-..
BlH tecest. offee.
HH Lunchnon Cicvs i-ak with usmatoe.
H .. r.nfv. :r.Mri.mlade.
1 IHnner Itollrel heef with
H ami circus potato, nhreelJcei cabbage,
'XmM MY OWN RECIPES
H "Circufl potatoes'' an nothing mom hoi1
H less than potatoes i oijed with meal ami
H xerveei in the praey in a1 e from the broth
H pi e dumplings art made before the rrravv ,
H nnd . mtttll fas; work to make the;
H mv ami get everything on ihe I
S EGOS BAKED WITH TOMATOES.
i p i
mmmt BreHk i-ekr In iitti-rii i.akinr diah.
ieH poi iffllh Butter, sprinkle with 'alt and
PODl LomOrtOOS llHkr 2f
" jH minute in ji moderate oven Cover vci'ii
i'iWmm bread crumbs, ami brOwn unelrr flame
AMm l?ervu at once.
H teaspoon soda
H l'i ti-.ispiii.in of tartar
jH 1 iah-pons puvar
41 i teaspoon sail
VfQ tea.Mpo.ins Inn I
Buttermilk to make sofl dough
n,l Mi:; elrv inirr edlents. Work !n lard
lAH Cut In luitermiik to make a dough a.
I.I: .stff: than for I aklng p "" i 1 '
B cults. HiH on floured lnn! to 1-1 inch:
BH thickness, .'ut with i.Uculi cutter, liak
BHa on top of stove .n greased griddle
HBVl until a light l.rotrn Turn and hake on '
MPBJ Hurnr offerings were all right sacrl-
KflH fd-lally l ut liow unpopular (hey Rr" fll-lafl
4 JUST FOLKS
Bj Edgmr A. Omaat
THE STORY TELLIN' MAN.
Soniilinie.-. tht-re l a funny man comes
Hfla lo our house fur lea.
s v" when wc vt finished mpper he Just
3 -h take . - :
HH An' tella all sorts of stories about pl-
HH rates an' their BhJps,
PRM t cowboys that w.iW.np with real
1 A' tola on theii hops
An ihe Indiana who used iu scalp Mioir
Htl victims; i 111 It seems.
IB All night 1 am a lx . ndlana
BJ In my dreams
When I know that he Is com In' you bet'
BH I don't go out
HPI To race around the streets an play, but ,
Bfl I just wait annul
Bj Till he 's fir.i ii .1 with his supper, then '
mWh I climb up In his -hair
EH! An' mn says I'm a nuisance. Put he says'
Bbi he doesn't care
Hjj An' he starts :tnother stor- an' before 1
he's half wa tlirOUgh,
My tnsidea get Xclted CO It seems so :
real an' true
B The itory-tellln' man just knows the
; . i itka the
U With ini and norei In em an the
BBV mountains wa mn west
mWt An' the iiraiiies an' the ftghrla' an' the
BBJ star;! that shine at night
UW With the red skln.s in the distance fixiif
BBV up to start a fight.
BAa Once T asked him where he learned em i
MB an he grinned nt me an' Bald
WwM He I'ouWn't ieii exact!) th'-; just popped
B Into his hea l
BU I'm trying to remember all the things!
ffinj ho s told to me
Wm Of the cowboys an' the pirates, coz some
MR . day praps it ma;,
mw" When I'm grown up just like he Is, i may I !
DB ' meet some little , hap
BBC Whip will want to hear seme stories tin' I !
111 limb Into u j lap
rTj&j An' tease the way I tease him then;!
Mm I'll '! the best I can
BBJ To be thai little fellow s happy story-j1
Um tcllin' man
aun A bar of poid c inches loDg and 2'- Ij
Inches wide is worth from $6500 to'
mm $12,5D0, according to the quality of I'
B the metal j J
i! I BEDTIME STORIES
BY HOWARD R. GARIS
UNCLE WIGCILY AND THE PINS.
Copyright, i?2i. bj afcCIurc N'cwspaper
"I have something for you to do today.
I'nclc AVIggily ' said Nurse Jane Fuzzy
WtUfKy, as the bunny gentleman ,'lnlshed
hls breakfast of carrot flapjacks in the
hollow stump bungalow one mornlnc
I 'Good:" said .Mr Uongeara, twinkling
1. his pink nose until you would have
thought it woe goinK to turn into a cin
namon lollypop "What is It to be Nurse
Jam- ' lo you want ine in shoel snow
off the front walk or bring in enough
Icicles lo fry for dinner""
"Neither one ' anawered the muskrat
lady houuekecpi i All I want is lO have
you bring mi back some .ins when you
gel througli looking for an adventuri to
day." "What kind of pins, sa'civ or hal ' '
asked the hunh) rabhit gentleman
Just paper pins ' anawered Nurse
Jane. "I don't mean pins made ,,f paper
Of course not' - shr sall qulcklj for
nr saw that Uncle Wlgglly was ro.ni;
to malte a joke, "t mean sharp pointed
pins thai ni e 1 1 i k In folds of papi i
And. besides thai. I want BOme BUn
rlower seeds I nele W,g'l "
"Sunflowi i sr, ds i-Te.i the bunnv
twinkling his idnk nose taster than bl -fore.
"Are you going to grow sun,
to maki. sunshine on dari; uav. Nurse
No, I am folng lo Lake a cake and,
I'll want hundreds anil hundreds ojf sun-
flower seed:-, beca.ise they are so small. '
aid Miss i u .z "Please don't forget I
now. t'.riru me iak some pins am: i In
TH bilng them" promised L'nclc Wlg-
glly, and off he hopped over the fields
antl through tht woods, humming to him
self a little song like this:
1 "Dear Nurse ijnr is going to bake
A lovely brown sunflower cake.
This !s how my f:ong begins,
i must nol forgot her pins "
. So Cncle 'lggil hopped along faster
T"-. 'r.c over and owi ' blm-,
' lits seeds, a paper of pins Lots'
ni seeds, a paper of pins Lota of pins,
a paper of seeds no that Ian I ngm
lots fif papers, a pin of seeds oh. i ve I
Say You Want I
I "Diamond Dyes"
Don't Spoil or Streak your I
Material ,in a Poor Dye
Each package nf Diamond Uvea con
ta!bt directions so Pimple ihni ;uiy i.
niau can diamond dye a new, rich, fade
I08B color into worn, shabby jtar
menip, draperies, coverings, whether
jt wool, silk, ilueu, cotton or mixed
Buy Diamond Dyes no other kind
(hen perfect result arc guaranteed
t-ven if you have never tiyetl before.
Druggist ha color card.- Advertise-menL
i : : ' '- - ; i
Girl Pioneer in Air Advertising
Foresees Crowded Highway of Sky
. . i I i
NKW YOKK "Much '.oo small to
I be in buflneas, and much too couragi
'ou to be out" Is the description that
(has been applied to Helen McLean
. Taft, advertising Tyohiar.
"liariiiR' aluno fount in the idver
'i'ing business. " ahe says site has dls
covered ' io I thOUKhi '-I tu- newest
'medium, tht' air snd the l.iti i in r
j tion. the alt plan 4
) I I. DROP S MI'l l S
I'orthwith she decided lo start an
a ir-can'. aslng .mil display campaign
which would threaten to dtalocaa all
old-fashioned methods oi attracting
the public eye. In the ffral place ;-he
would "snow" the ground with pamph
lets ami samples
Helen McLean Taft went to a cer
tain ;rg wholesale grocery concerto
and put It up to them In this waj
"'The nios' bohvliiclng thlnK 80 far I
In I ho history of the world has been
th.n things which people nave dls ov
eied when raiding tlieir eyes from the'
ground. A belief and conviction arc
never arrived at unless the person has
first looked a lit ' N- upw ard so It j
stands to reason that if the many mil
lions of people who are now looking!
Into '.he air should suddenl I'.uv
oniv BO-and-ao'a brand of milk,' thej
would bp pretty likely t.j remember
"Now 1 want you to gne mo sa Tri
ples of your Roods, and 1 shall deliver
them at ail stopping off stations
rive me ieeiraj and i will mailt adver
slng take n forward Mop which it(
uiu neVer have to retrace '
The) gnr- her the leeway and the
Vimples. nnd she made a trip Stopping
t J?ridReport. Ncwwcalth and the
Boston Commonwealth Pier She made
Lh article famous so now she has
Inline,! an entirely urw sort of career
t i ll RE RIGHU
I shall leave New York, every Pat-J
yrday by air -I shall deal with the,
propostlon not from the standpoint of
the earth, bul from the Standpoint of(
, ihe air. Air methods must be differed
from land methods. i shall have
floating exhibitions. 1 mean by this,
that the planet Of the airship will be
utllir.ed as exhibition space for posters J
advertising the iat"st modes, house
hold iroods. Jewelry, i-ii . i siiaii have
Mfferen; colored lleht streamers lo
attract attention pamphlets to dro'p
over cities, cargoes samples. I Bhall
In the end. perhaps iiave an air press,
that is. .in ail vert lslii? petlodll ll
hlch shall be distributed from ;,,r
.i i r alone, and the orders coming ln:
Knocked oui by l-'aie. the bruiser, and
; by the Miei of men. behold, ihe swatted
, losr begins to smile again Rlht after
the e'eeilon till: gent, was sail to see
ine rmb-.i rf dejection and of the dumps
was he "This fn- will always haunt
I me. H raughi ine unawares, the isople
J did not want me. they kb ked lown
; the vtalrs. Ill leave the office seeking
for thicker hided chaps; no more you II J
SSiO me sireakin;.-. pursuinK public .haps
I thought the people loved me. and 1
loved Them, by heck! But oh, the way
lliei aheved inc. and climbed upon m
neck' No more, with front undaunted,
shall I for office sprint I see that I'm
nor wanted, and M-an take a hint. Thus
spake the mournful loser, and thus he
sighed and walled, when In a leaking
cruisei up Sail Creeks tide he called.
But lime heals all diseases, all bruises
and all sores, according to the wheezes
of bards and other bore- Time BOOlheS
the badly beaten oh time's our one besl
bet' And now the loser's grinning, and
he forgets to grcan; next year heal sure
of winning.- the gods will guard their
own And BO Well see him gliding, on
erraadfl punk and vain, 'when be should
be providing against the du i f vain.
i i ij
(got to atart all over!" And he did
Thus talking to himself. SO ne would!
I not forcet what he was aftr. the bunnv I
rabbit skipped along looking foi an aa
venture. but he could not seem to find '
an so at last he decided In- had better1
get what Nurse- Jam wanted.
Not far away was the six and seven
I cent store, nnd. hopping in there Mi
Longeara spoke to the nnie mousic giri
clerk behind the counter. Baying
"I want some pins, tf yon please. Not
j hat or Bafotj bui sharp stlcaery pins. .
, How. many " asked the hitle girl
j "Oh. a great many hundreds und hun
dreds of them," anawered the bunny
Nurse Jane wants to put them In a
i The little girl mousic looked at Uncle I
VViggily In a funnj wa . bin sin- sum j
i nothing, for she thought he was trying
to plas a joke on her
"Well If he wants plenty of pins he II
have t0 pay for them. ' she said to her
self So she wrapped up about foriy
'ben sixteen papers of Bharp, stlckery
pins, and gave them to the bijnns By
this time Uncle Wlgglly ie ii thinking
of sunflower seeds, so he really did not
notice what was given hi in
He paid the mousie girl, put the pack
age of the papers or tuns in his pocket, I
and skipped along to a seen trore.
I want a tew sunflower seeds. he i
said to the Mnnke Doodle gentleman,
behind the counter.
"How many?" asked th" Monkey Poo- I
die gentleman, taking . up a big scoop to j
dig the seeds fiom a barrel wher. he
kept them i
"Oh Just a few Nurse Jane (a going I
to pin up a new dress. 1 suppose.'" said i
So the Monkev i-ii,odlc gentleman said
nothing, though he looked at I'ncle Wlg
glly In a funnv wa. thinking the bunnv
was trvini: to play a trick.
"Well. I II give him Jut a few seeds '
said the Monke) Doodle to himself; "if
he's trying to he funny. 1 eaii bs that I
way. too. and he ll have to eom6 be K i
for mere '
So witn a few sunflower seeds In his
poCKCtS. where h should have had a i
whole iot pf ihm, and anout six': - i
Helen IfcLcan I i nnd licr pilot, ii trrj Rogi i pn p irlug to leave Vt
l'ork for Hqston on nu avcjrtUabjrolr Irtp,
fvum Its distribution, Bhiall be filled bycrowded highway of the sky look out '
I the air route. I see lo the future tifor It."
; ADVENTURES THE TWINS !
I . CY OLIVE R03ERTS BARTON
DUD LEARNS A TRADE
"Wlat- the matter"' askc'l Ptillderl
ii . er gruffly
"Oh. N'lck s caught." cried Nancy. ,
"Please. Mr Beaver, can t yqo gel him
Nick stopped hopping suddenly. "Why. :
what happened?'' In aakod In .irtonish-
inent. "I ni not caught r.t all. My foot!
came out itself. '
Builder examined ihe steel thing cloo
ly '"Just as I thought." said he "It's;
one of the traps that the hunters have
set for my family, so as to get our
"Well. well. well. answered Bulldet
Solemnly. 'I'm deeply Indebted to you,
for now I know where t;ili trap Is and
.-.hall warn mj children and relations
about It. ' That reminded Nick of his
"Why Isn't Buddy at school today. Mr.
Beaver? We hone In isn't sick or hurt."
"Mo!" Builder xhok his head. "He's
very well, 'hank yoUi hut he'a asleep."
"Yea. ou see the whole family worked
all nlch' at the dam We repair It every
foil, ami we ihlnk it's safer to work at
Builder examined the slcel thing closely.
new winter overcoat ' l;ut I dim t un-' i
deratand how you ever got opt; Theii
trap'." spiiiiig and as light ai w ' ;
"Oil. don't you see .Vickie!" eXCjalmed :
Nancy joydualy. "It s (he 'Jreen Shoes i
They never gel us Into trouble, yon know. :
and If the;, .1". they j;et Its out again."
"That's just alMj'ui It." said Nick, ex- I
plaining to Mr. Heaver how the Fairy, 1,1
Queep bad loaned ihem the wonderful i t
shoes cm their adventures.
I "ley en papers of pins, where he .should
have ban only one. Uncle Wiggily hop: I
j back to ins noltow stump bungalow,
j "Well. Nurrw.- jane," said the raoi.lt
I gen lb man. as he opened ihe door, "would
i you believe it. but I haven't had a single
adventure ti day Not one'"
"That Is too bad. said the muslir.it
lady. "Bdt did yon get my pins and sun
"i did." said Uncfe Wlggily, -n.d he
began tailing out the pins flrc fr..in one
pocket and then from another, an 1 fi
nallv from at, bis pockets.
"Oh. my!" cried Nurse Jane. "You
have made a mistake "
"Who. me. I never make mistakes!"
BUddenly cried a harsh and unpleasant
voice, 'X'ncle Wlgglly Is her" and I'm
here! T want him. I never make a ml
take!" And with Uiat In from the nail
popped the bad old lioh Cat, with his
short tail andtaasles of hair on his ears
i nele Wiggilj had forgotten to dove the
door anil the Hob Cat had sneaked in
"t want Uncle Wlgglly!" howled Hob
"Well, you can't have him' incase get
out of here!" cried Nurse Jane .ni!
picl'lng up n paper of plnr. In each pgw
she threw the tnarp and stlckery things
nt the bad chap.
"h, wow! h! Dear me' What a
way to treat oompaay!" howled Bob Cat j
as the pins stuck him. and awav he ran. !
Nurse Jane locked ine. door so pe j
couldn'l dome back in, and then she look-
ed al the few- sunflower seeas I'ncle
ilgiit. So we have t.i rest during tne I
lay'through the building aeason Bud's
.'ot to lenrn his trade at carpentering,
Uld plastering some time, so 1 though I
i. il Better begin now. He'll never learn
Then Mr. Beaver Invited them Into his
muse. Ami no wonder they couldn't find
he door! Hut the tJreen Shoo managed
o get them llu re safely.
(Copyright, 1920, N. K. A.)
! Wlgglly bad brought. and the many
; many pins.
"I I guess 1 made a mistake," said
tiic bunny, as he remembered what
i Nurse Jane bad told him to bring
"No mlst.iki at all! laughed Miss
Fussy Wusz. "If you hadn I brought so
! many pins I wouldn't have had QUOUgtl
' to throw at the Bob Cat. Y'ou did Just
riejit pui i til ed more sunflower seeds.
So the bunnv hopped back and bought
them, after telling a Policeman Dog I
abollt the Hob Oat. and the had crca
lore was arrested. And the sunflower
seed cake was just scrumptious! So If
the button hook doesn't lake the cork out
of the Perfume bottle and let all ihe nice
; smell run away, I II tell you next about
I Uncle Wlgglly and ihe red brush
BRIDE M Mil v DOXG TRIP
CONWAY, iVrk -From West Hart
lepool. County or Durham, England, in
Conway, la n long trip for a bride who
i has m vei seen the bride groom, but
Miss Mary Perclval made the Jour
nev , mil the bi idegi nom hi ro and her,
marriage to Kdg.n- A. Park, of Conway
was solemnized, Mr. and Mrs. l'ari:,
left for a short wecldlng tour, after
which they will be at home in Con
The ancenl Egyptians regat-eied the I
braci let .r.i the symbol of marriage.
f g ""
I took nrv- shoes to the shoemakers nt
luntch time yastldday lo see if I uld
'do enythlng with them vrb h he sed he
could and in gave me a avvertlslng
tlckit for the mov P s. saving on It. Admit
.one to one performance a the l.lttle
I Grand. goo.t i,n on the aftlrrroon of the I
( WJch the dav punt'ehed wa yeatidday,
me thinklni;, O. 1 can go after skool
leevea out if I d'ont get kepp after skool.
e. ill hi so pooel In sk.M.I this aftlrnoon
IMOw Kitty will think ha somehodv ell-.
ill be bo si '1 shVl think lm sick
, Ard wen I vent back to Bkool I It UP
strate a- en; ''ilr.g. and WCtaever Miss,
Klt: looked tor-ls mv dlrecktlon I ''.ic
ed t.j i.-.k a.; polite a- ih. dlcklns. think
ing. Oi bIis wont nasi ne p me in.
W?ch after a wile Puds Slmklns sei-1
ting r!'e in -ac'.c of me started to wlsper, 1
Hay. Benny, are j "i . omThg out after
r'lt plr Lonltl 7
Me Jesi actimr as If I tliawt I Sldenl
hecr him on aocount of not wuntloa .Mis
Klity to catch mo laWklhg and Puds wis
pere.:. May. ; toe hecka the matter,
are you ileff?
Me j'-st keeping on sftilns: uri strate
and looking polite, and Puds wigpered
feat se as enyrlilng. Itaj you l it pruen,
wy iiont ypu ahser wen youre wlapexed
to. you lobalded Swi i d '
Me jesi locking polite as If i dldentl
know a Insult wen I herd one and MISS
Kitty seel. Charles Slmklns you will re
main after skool for persistent taw king. '
and 1 wunt to congradulate Kenny foils
for fitting there and not paving cny at- i
tentloll to yon. Benny. I will reword yoti
bj letting you etay and sharpln "the.
draw mg pent lb
Mi thinking. Heek. gosli shang i heel
No winning to say I di'lem wunl ta on
account of it being slpposed to be a hohon
And by the time I got (round to ihe
Mi 1 1" ilrand the peeple was Jest earning
lYoving soin honors are more IrubbU
than theyic- werth.
OPEN JOl tTN l.isl vt ElOOle
t'Hb'AGti The Joseph Medlll
School of Journalism of Voriliw -
University Will be established within
the ne: few months with the plants
of the large Chicago dally newsp i
pers av ailable as la bur:. lories for stu
deilfS, PrOfeaSOr Walter Dill Scott, of
Northwestern, announce ii.
The plan, detailed by Prdfeaaor
Scott, includes two and foufyear
Her Daughter and His Son I
A Grant Married Life Story by F
1 IDAH McGLONE GIBSON i
MR. HALSEY TALKS
"You do not mean, Mr. Ualsey that'
Ren attempted auicido?"
"So, Ann, bnlesa j 6u would call Wliat l
ho has been doing for tho last two!
"How could It have happened, then?"
"As nearly as I can learn Kenneth was
it with his sMne old, wiiii crowd last
nigh', lie managed in seme way to jet
some liquor from the house which he
need surreptitiously In the glar.ses at the I
reaiaurant. You haven't seen Kenneth I
much fon. some time. If you had von '
would have learned that even a little i
liquor changes -him entirely. Sitmetimen.
anil I say this regretfully, I think chat
i-s why Mrs. Cameron not only allowed,
her daughter i mpany him to these
di .reputable parlies. but encouraged j
them. I feel that Mrs. Cameron wax sure'
thai somc-limc she winild be able lo make
Ken do exactly what he has done '
r.ut surely, Mr. Hautey, Mrs. Cameron
del nut want Kenneth to die."
"No. ,-.r course she didn't.'
"Then what do you mean?"
Just then the telephone rang and as1
t answered It I heard Jimmi. Callahan's
"is thai 'on Ann?"
Yes. Jlmmle "
"is Mr. Malsey there?"
"Yes' Tell me how Ken Is."
"Then you know?"
"I know very Utile. I only know that
Ken is at the hospital Suffering from
tin effects of poison."
"Maj I speak. to Mr. Halsey?"
"H he worse, Jim?''
"Not anv worse, really, but they sav
his recovery is doubtful."
Jlmmle. you don't think he tried to!
commit Sulcida, dp you?"
' Xe1 er in p thousand years, mv elear
girl, it looks more like- wood ajcohol. '
"Has Krnneih been codscioun at all?"
"Thai's why want lo talk to his
father, lb seems to be coming out of
: ih) upor and the doctors want bis
"Are you at the hospital. Jim?"
"Yes. Mr. Halsey sent for me nnd I
told him I el stay here, while he went over
and broke the new lo ou and got or
to co and see ' trace Cameron."
"Hul he liawn'l salt) anv thing to mc
aboni Grace Cameron. He seems So
broken up about Ken that he's unable tn
tell mc much about him either, f don't
understand. Jlmmle. why should I la,! WM
"Well, somijone must go to her and Mm
find out where they all were last nig In WW
Gwace was with him whe.-n they brouch mm
him to the hospital at midnight, hut
shes ma-!e such a fuss that ihey sent for 1
her mother to come.- after her nnd take mm
her home Klnep then that Idiot mother
of hers lias been calling up the hospital -JH
every five minutes, caving that her
daughter Is al deatli's door and aaklng
how Km Is i if course we're not sun- fJJJJJ
whethei she sot some of the stuff. ..I
really hope she lias. but persotfnllv T
think she's te i clever to drink much i -H
when she's out with Ken. Will you tell
Mr Halsey for me that he better try
to get here as soon as possible. On the j
way over. If he has anv. Influent with ' fSyJ
the newspaiiers bad better :;et in
touch with them personally and have
them call off their reporters. The waff ffffl
Ing renin here is full of them. Go alone.
dear girl, then hurry to the Camcrons at
oni Telephone me what you learn ,Mm
Tomorrow Fcirlng the Worst.
LITTLE GIFTS TO I
MAKE FOR XMAS
FOR DRESSING TABLE. fl
table Is in utoml2cr of rut glnsi and WM
,l "ing llvci 1 1 1 hi pure hs s d MM
i and will Bi hi Ku. WM
PRACTICAL INKWELL. H
v ' Consists of H container H
ror tlie Ink. a ipiill. scaling wax and tap- MM
n.e..-, M,:.W. 'U el. . I , . I, .x,, H
nnd coin.- In viicIoim color.-1. They
simple and do not tk up much i.om
FOR THE YOUNG MISS. H
Por the voung irirl. h dinrv will be i
w.home rnt .Most of these come In onr- 1
year .sizes and nre provided with a lock I J
for tht: smoker. ' mm
Tor a man. Ii is reasonably piicod uiui ' mwM
I Nervous Breakdown ,
rfl "I am so nen it seems as though I should fly" "My nerves M
are all on edge" "I wish I were dead." How often have we heard InJ
these expressions or others quite as extravagant from some loved one Ml
Ct who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which
tWk has slowly devel iped until ih.e nen s can no 1 mger stand up under it. nil
IHJ No w oman should allow herself to drift into this condition without IHJ
fi giving that ;ood old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pink-
t v ham's Vegetable Compound a trial.
I Al Read the Letters of These Two Women. SJU
: vT. North East, Md. u I was in ill health Minncapolis,Mihn. u I was run down tm I
foS four r li v- years and doctored with and nervous, could nol rest at night and &&
Ul one doctor aftei another I none waa more tired in the morning tl ."fU
fillS helped ine. I was irregular and had when I went to bed. I have two chil- ,. '. j J? I
Jwkn fiii' ii terrible pain in ruy back, lower dren, the youngesl three months old Ull It"
W9m pari of my bod and down ea b sido and ii was dmagi ry to care f i them JH
IqJ that I had to go to bed three or four as I felt so irritable and generally worn Etm
SWB days every month. I was very nervous, out. From lack of rest, and appetite r ' 3 1
r ) tired, could nol leep and could not eat my baby did not get enough nourish- Slii
1111 without getting si !;. A friend n k--l men bom my milk so I started to give whjft i,
BLil me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- hiratAvo bol Le feedings a day. After Ull
ijy.;? table Compound and lam sorry I did taking three bottles oi Lydin E Eink- vtm. '
wSL not take ii soonei for il has h Iped me ham's ' g table Compound I felt like ' fl )
PDw wonderfully. I don't have to go to bed a new woman, full of life and energy, iTYl M
with ilio pain, can eat v ithout being It is a pleasure to i are foi my hildren, j j i H
yjJ-U '-' k and have .more strength Irecom- and I am very happy with them and MA
mend your medicine and jrou are at feel Qm I nurse,my baby exclusively t o-j 1
liberty to publish m ti timonial.n again, and canl s.tv to nuii-li for your 1
rt-v-i Elizabeth Wkvm., R k. 2, North medicine." Mrs V L Miller, 2633 Ml 1
III I East, Md. E. 24th St, Minneapolis, Minn. U1
IAI Nervous. Ailing Women Should Rely Upon Vr,
f: LYDIA eTPiNKH AM MEDICINE CO., Ulr MN. HAJSg. j jjJrjM
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