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Suggestions that may save
Masryville, Pa.-"For twelve years
I suffered with terrible cramps. I
would have to stay
in bed several days
ever month. I
tried all kinds of
remedies and was
treated by doctors,
but my trouble con
tinued until one day
I read about Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and
what it had done for
others. I tried It
and now I am never
troubled with cramps and feel like a
different woman. I cannot praise
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
p ound too highly and I am recommend
ing it to my friends who suffer as I did."
-Mrs. GEORGE R. NAYLoR, Box 72,
Young women who are troubled with
painful or irregular periods, backache,
headache, dragging-down sensations
fainting spells or indigestion should
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Thousands have been re
stored to health by this root and herb
Write for free and helpful advice to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con
fidential), Lynn, Mass. Only women
open and read such letters.
England Furnishes Evidence to Guide
America in Determining Ex
TEUTONS USING COERCION
Exchanging Coal and Other Com
modities for Foodstuffs Bought
Washington, July 1.-Evidence that
Germany is obtaining vast quantities
of food from the European neutral
countries has been presented to the
United States by Great Britain for the
OAmerican Government's guidance in
determining an export policy. Much
of this, is replaced by the neutrals
with imports from America.
From Scandinavia and Holland, the
British information sets forth, enough
4 re' Stake or Expr~
L-west initial cost. C<
Quality is found in every
faction are built into it,
oughly ironed and. braced
paint and varnish; equal
made and guaranteed to
such value offered and o
e value. 20 years of nt
id quantity production
na insures the value.
Piisi. cb.a v bod ws Inab Illh
fat is going into Germany to supply
7,700,000 soldiers, virtually the entire
armies in the empire. German im
ports from these countries, it is' de
clared, reduced to calories, will equal
the total ration of 2,500,000 troops,
the size of the German army in the
German purchase of. foodstuffs,
abroad are made through the govern
ment department of the interior,
which hap organized a special divi
sion to buy from the neutrals.
The German authorities are said to
be using cercion, exchanging for
foodstuffs bought in the neutral coun
tries, coal and other commodities nec
essary for the maintenance of the
neutral industries. To some extent
these coercions have been recognized
by the British in operation of their
'blockade, but with the entry of Amer
ica into the war the British believe
an arrangement can be made for sup
plying the neutrals with most of their
necessary requirements from the Al
NATIONAL BANK RECORD
Washington, July 1.-The number
of national banks operating in the
United States has reached the highest
point in the history. of the system.
A total of 7,635 institutions are re
corded with the treasury, according to
a statement issued today by the
Comptroller of Currency. This is an
increase of forty-seven during the fis
cal year just ended. In the year 150
national banks have increased their
aggregate capital stock $25,000.000.
The Beauty Secret.
Ladies desire that irre
. sigtible charm--a good
. complexion. Of course
they do not wish others
to know a beautifier
has been used so they
buy a bottle of
LIQUID FACE POWDER
and use according to simple directions. Improve
ment is noticed at once. Soothing, cooling and
refreshing. Heals Sunburn, stops 1an.
P1a. While. Rose-Red.
75c. at Druggists or by mail direct.
Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp.
Lyon Mfg. Co.. 40 South Fifth St.. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Express Bodyre y
part. Service and satis
Cab and Body thor..
I, and receive 7 coats of
in all respects to custom
fit. Never bef'ore was
ur service is as good as
makes the price possible
m Brothers Unit with caband express body.
the unit ihe Ford rear axles ore unchanged..
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Tie Most Beaudful Car nf/merzaz
Paige Prices Will Be
P Advanced on July 15th.
On July 15th the list price of every car in the Paige line will be
very substantially increased-with no change whatsoever in
WEg In order to maintain the well-known standards of Paige quality,
such a step is unavoidable. The market quotations of all
raw materials, accessories and labor have steadily advanced
-some commodities to the extent of 300 per cent.
Inasmuch as we insist upon using only the best of materials, we
are left with but one alternative-an increased list price to
absorb the increased manufacturing cost.
As a matter of economic fact, the price of our cars should have
been advanced several months ago. We have chosen to delay
this action, however, until the last possible moment.
_ But even though Paige lprices are to be substantially increased,
you can rest assured that our cars will continue to offer
more actual dollar for dollar value than any other cars on
the American market. From a purely comparative stand
point Paige cars have always been under priced-and they
will remain so no matter how far the commodity prices
Owing to the scarcity of materials, our production between
now and July 15th will necessarily be limited. We have
apportioned this production to Paige dealers throughout
the country, and they will accept orders until their indi
vidual allotments are exhausted.
As a last thought in regard to this matter of price, please re
member that the Paige has long since demonstrated its
m independence of all "price fields." American men and
women now buy a Paige-not because of the price tag which
is attached to it-but because of its well established repu
tation as a fine mechanical product.
On this basis the Paige will always represent a preferred in- U
vestment. Its actual cost in dollars and cents will always be
an important, but an altogether secondary, consideration.
Stratford "Six-51" 7-passenger .$1495 f. o. b. D troit
Fairfield "Six-46" 7-passenger .$1375 f. o. . Detroit
Linwood "Six-39" 5.passeng-r-$1175 f. o. b. Detroit
Brooklands "Six-51" 4-passenger $1095 f. o. b. Detroit
Dartmoor "Six-39 2 or 3-passnger- - 1175 f. o. h. Detroit
Limousine "Six-51" 7-passenger-------- -- $2751 f. o. b. Detroit
Sedan "Six-39" 5-passenger $1775 f. o. b. Detroit
Sedan "Six-51" 7-passenger-$2300 f. o. b. Detroit
Town Car "Six-5I" 7-passenger-----$2750 f. o. b. Detroit
Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company, Dctroit, Michigan.
U Motor Sales Co.,
_ Sumter, S. C.
BRITISH AI.M EN -ESCAPED
Briggs Decorated for Attaching
L1ondon, June 30.-(Correspondence
of the Associated Press.)-Not until
lie appeared before the king the other
day to be decorated with the distin
tuished service order did it become
known to the public that Squadron
('onmander Edward F. Briggs, the
first British airmen to attack a Zeppe
lin base, and who was taken prisoner
hiad eseaped from Germany. Briggs
was captured in an attack on a Zep
pelin factory at Friedrichshafen in
Commander Briggs, with four other
British officers, was being transferred
from a prison camp in Bavaria, when
they made their bolt for liberty. Dark
ness was coming on when their train
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Signature of o
neared the spot where they were to
he reinterned. Bolting from their
guards the four men jumped out of
the railway coach and for two days
and nights made their way over plow..
ed fields to the Dutch frontier. They
were without food and suffered great
ly from thirst.
lriggs had been a prison'r for 29
months. The decoration was made for
his daring raid.
'NCI.E SA.\l NEEDS .Al EU(S
Quartermaster General to Form Forty
ash ington, July 1.-Expert bakers
are bing sought. by the War Depart
me)t to make briood for the armies.
It, was announced tonight that the
quartermaster general has been or
dorcd to form forty bakery companies
of sixtty-one men each.
French to Return Vessels.
Athens, July 1.-An agreement has
been reached whereby the French will
return to Greece the vessels of the
Greek light flotilla stationed at Sala
mis, ten miles west of Athens.
Senator .Jonnart, the French high
comillissioner to reee, having ac
complished his mission, is returning
to Paris. lIe had a ; conference
today -with KingV Alexander and Pre
.it'S1' .IOVE OFF GIV
fore A nu:-t 1 in line with the plan
to ereate on fllalm pton Roads one of
the greatest naval bases in the world.
Work on a naval training station to
accommodate ten thousand recuits is
to begin immediately and development
of the great naval base is to be stead
ADVERITISE IN TIE TIM ES.
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVR'S TASTIlRSA chill TONIC, drives out
Melaria,enriches the l'loodan:l buildsupthe sys
tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
Take yo' 'o an up-to
.AX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
rn IAX-Fos the CAsCA RA is improved by
the addition of these digestive ingredi
ents making it better than ordinary CAS
'ARA, and thus tile combinat ion acts not
ynly as a stimulating laxative and cathar
de but also as a digestive and Ever tonic.
Byrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-FoB
ombines strength with palatable,*aro
atic taste and does not gripe or disturb
he 'stomach. One bottle will prove
[4AX-FoS is invaluable for Constipation,
Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price 50e.