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-EXPECT TO0 STAY
ON THE FRONTIER
*0UTH CAROLINA TROOPS DON'1
LOOK FOR QUICK RETURN
PREPARING FOR THE WINTER
Equipment Is Issued to Enable Sol.
dier Boys to Withstand the Cold
While on Border-That Famous
In Camp with the South Carolina
National Guard, Camp Owen Bierre,
In the El Paso Patrol District, on the
Border.-The growing belief that the
stay of the Palmetto troops on the
Mexican border will be indefinite was
further'strengthened when orders were
Issued by the district headquarters to
have Sibley stoves placed in the tents
of the enlisted men, one-fifth of a cord
of wood being allowed for each stove.
The officers will have oil stoves for
their tents. Both of the Palmetto regi
mnents have been equipped with over.
The division quartermaster has re
ceived orders to board up the sides of
the privates' tents the same as are
the tents of the officers. With floors
in tleir tents and walled up on each
side, with stoves being issued and full
equipment of overcoats, blankets and
winter clothing looks as if the South
Carolina boys will spend the winter
Gen. Morton. the commander of the
brigade in a part, in indisposed and
Brig. Glen. Roger Williams of the
Kentucky brigade is temporarily in
command of the division.
The "ghost again walked" this week,
the boys receiving their pay for the
month oi September, and there was
great rejoicing in camp.
The hike to Las Cruces, N. M., of
the Tenth division was a great expert
ence and the men stood it well not
withstanding the fact that the last five
days was made through a continuous
rain and hail and the nights were ex
The Palmetto boys are now being
put through a course of sprouts in
Individual instruction in the school of
the -oldier and the squad. The boys
never realized that there was so much
for the private soldier to learn. There
Is a continuous round of. schools for
offi'ers and for non-commissioned
Every endeavor is being put forth
ly the army authorities to get men
In the National Guard to enlist in the
regular army. Men so desiring to en
list may select the regiment they wish
to join and they will be granted a 30
days' furlough with full pay. Several
men of the Palmetto regiments have
applied for transfer to the army avia
tion school to learn how to become
*Col. W.. K. Wright, commanding the
brigade, has become immensely pop1u1
,1ar w'ith the boys on account of wvhat
he d1id for- them during the long hike
to Las C'ruces. N. M. lHe looked after
the comfort of the ma'n, saw that they
got all that was due1 them. and because
* of his knowledge has made the South
('arollina the hest on the border.
There is nothing which transpires
that he does not know in the brigade
and he gets it by first hand infor-ma
tion. Before, and( after breakfast he
walks all over the camp and nothing
esc'apes his attention.
*The headquar-ters mess ot the First
gets better elvery day. A tempting
dish on the menu last inight was Welsh
C'haplain RI. C. Jeter of the First
has not been well for a while and he
has gone to the base hospital at Fort
Bliss for treatment. It is hoped that
he will soon be able to resume his
The~ band of the Second South Caro
lina is great and it is always in de
mand. The other night it played at
the country alub near Ysleta and the
famous quartette of the Second sang
"Carolina," which was encored several
times and madeo a tremendous lilt.
When the quartette gets to the line
"We twist the greaser-'s- tail
Ride him home upon a r'ail"'
& it always brings dow~n the house.
The weather is ideal and- is greatly
enjoyed after the horible weather ex
Tierienced during the long hike.
The South Carolinians enjoycd the
sights at the Internaltional Products
exnositon, held recently in El Paso.
The predominant feature was the ded(1
cation of Elephant Butte dam, the
* project of which will turn this desert
waste into a garden. The greatest
drawing card at the exposition was
the Mexican mitlitary band which was
permitted to be sent from the City of
Mexico to El Paso for the occasion. It
is a splendid band and the immense
New Enterprises Chartered.
The Overland Greenville Company
has been commissioned with a capital
of $5.000. The petitioners are: J. TI.
Austin and A. C. -Austin.
Moran & Co., of Sumter, has bee~n
commissioned with a capital of $5,000
to do a general mercantile business.
The praltioners -are: W. Moran and P.
The Calhoun Auto Sales Company
of St. 'Matthews has heen chlartered
with a capital of $10,000. The officers
are: E. M. uPre, president and tr'eau
urer nnd C. . Montith rtay..
crowds which heard it each day were
thrilled with the exquisite music which
It discoursed. The band consisted of
80 pieces and was the premier band at
Lieut. G. C. Bailey of Company C,
the Smyth Ititles of Pelzer, has been
detailed to duty with the Seventh
United States infantry at Fort'Bliss.
Capt. Oicott King. Connecticut Na
tional Guard. has been detailed quar
termaster of the brigade. Maj. Cox
setter. Florida aNtional Guard, is the
division sumary court officer and he
deafs out justice to the unfortunates
caught by the provost guard
It was on the long march to Las
Cruces, New Mexico, recently of the
Tenth division, that the South Caro
lina brigade showed up so splendidly.
There were five infantry brigades in
the division on that long tramp of
100 miles into New Mevico and the
Palmetto brigade was adjudged the
best of the five. In fact Brigadier
General Morton. who commanded the
division, has addressed the following
order of commendation to Col. Wright:
"I wish to express to you and
through you to the officers and men
of the First and Second South Caro
lina infantry regiments my high aplpre
clation of the team work, discipline
and stamina displayed during the
march of the provisional division to
Las Cruces and return, these high sol
dierly qualities were very noticeable
and contributed much to the success of
The South Carolina regiments were
put into a provisional brigade with a
regiment from Michigan for the hike,
two Southern and one Northern regi.
ment. Though physically and temper.
amentally different and never having
served together before this hike, they
were quickly made into a concrete and
effective organization due to the supe
ior discipline of the brigade coin.
mander and the untiring effort of the
officers and men.
It is said that when the division
was to start orders had been issued
as to the starting time of each brigade
and that of all the flve that of South
Carolina was the only one to move
on the exact time. and because Col.
Wright had previously ascertained the
exact distance from his camp and
cleared a certain point. Other bri
gades got choked in the passage be
cause they had a tendency *to start
ithead of time and cauaed some con
Ureat praise was given by the in
!'pectors of the wprk of the entire di
vision, but South Carolina. as usual,
came out with first honors. T'he bri
gade well officered and the mein well
trained made a flue showing on the
'ong march. The I rooms were cheer
(il and they whistled and sang during
the long hours of marching and In
canp. There was no complaining and
they were always ready for the next
The last flve days of the return from
.-as Cruces was made through a cold
.4n aid! tile troops came into their
.amp shivering an( Aith wet blankets
and clothes, but there was no com
plaining. They stood the march like
men and are seasoned roldiers now.
The discipline of the Palmetto brigade
was excellent, camp orderly and prop
'!rly polieed upon departure; its part
of the mlanoeuvres was wvell executed,
its suppieds talken (-are of in the prioper
way, and the men and tile anlimals re
tijirled to ( am11p iroper-ly car-ed forn and
greatly helped by tile experience of
soldier- life in the fidld. It is felt by
lie ilitary mn that tie SouthI Caro
iliin-s ar-e now prepared for war- if
'tedessa ry anad the mlent arec tiraiined
and1( hardenedi andc wAouild .show5 upI likeC
. The men arec back to c'amip r-outine
and field training has bloen r-ocumpd.
WVith the experienlce of setting dlown
in wIter quar-te!-s for an~ inld'fiiuite
stay oin the border tile Palmetto boys
are mlakinlg tile b~est of tihe situation.
it is thought that the regiments will
soon be sent out oni patrol duty and
given thleir- part inl thte hold which
Uncle Sam is keeping on his own or
ritory to prevenlt aniy raid of b~andits
or other maranade' s fr-om gettIng
across from troubled Mexico.
Will Remain Until Summer.
E. E. Hail,. who was reecenity fp
nlointed as special "gent in thle Uni
tod States depar-tmllCt of agri-ultur-e
to, dire-ct the (-nit ivation i Siut h Car
011i1a of early varieti's of seed enttonl
to COmbiat the boil1 wervil1. i)nlns to
mcake is hteatdquar it er in C olutm bla.
Mir. Uin I has beeni th e tfi (-e'itI farmil
d cemonistrat ion agent for H ichland m
counity setver-al year's. anld d:'sires to
remilain int Columbbl ht duinii-g t he (lilt i
ivat ion 561ason. liIn th siiumer hie will
miake Clemlsoin (oll"gc his hieadqiuar
GJoy. Manning has; appolinted M. J.
Morr-uis. JT. M. Peavy and( henry M.
Mimis as rural plolteen for- Clarendlon
count. blent. John (I. Pittimian, medli.
eal coi')s, has been anthorized by W.
W Moore. adjul ant r~eneral, to organ
ize a sanitary detit-nient in conneeO
tioni wiithI tile bat talion of Coast- Ar-til.
Th le Color-ed Agrieutural Fair- As
soc-iation of Dennmar-k has been com.l
missioned with aL capitai of $A500
'rhie petitioner-s ate: E. I). Jenkins,
WV. W. (Carter-, R. W. Wr-oton and J.
Cariltout WV. Sawyer, comptroller
general. apploinuted Johtn S. O'Brien of
harileston as chief clerk to succeed Ei.
C. Elmuore, resignled. Mr. O'Brien has
b eeni bookkeeper in the office for a
Gov. Maitning appointed J. J. Brab.
ham as probate judge for Bamberg
county to suc-ceed J. P. THarmon, de.
PLAN OF AGENTS
COMMITTEE TO PROPOSE NEW
FIRE INSURANCE LAW FOR
NAMES NEW COMMISSION
Governor Announces Committee
White a Visitor at Spartanburg.
Headed by F. H. McMaster.
Colunbia.--Gov. Manning will ap.
point a committee of nine members
to recommend legislation to meet the
tire insurance situation in South Caro
lina. The insurance commissioner will
act as chairman of the committee. One
representative citizen from each coun
ty in the state will be appointed to
confer and co-operate with the spe
cial committee. The findings of the
committee will be presented to the
general asembly In January. This was
the conelus-ion reached at a confer
ence between Gov. lanning and a
committee of five, representing all of
the fire inurance -agents in the state.
The delegation conferring with the
governor was headed by Lawrence M.
i'inckney of Charleston. Other mem
hers of the committee were: A. G.
Purinan of Greenville. August Kohh of
('olumbia. Ti. W. Fraser of Georgetown
and S. M. Grist of York. F. 11. Mc
Alaster. itsurancet commissioner, also
t-inded he conference.
The "full time" fire insurance
.1gents met in Columbia several weeks
ago and adopted a resolution, contain
Ing the plan for remedial legislation
This resolution was not given out at
that time, but was presented to Gov.
Manning. lie heartily indorsed the
plan as suggested by the agents.
The resolution containing the plan
"Resolved, That in view of the sori
ousness of the fire insurance situation
in South Carolina. the governor he
requested to appolt a committee of
nine to considcr and recommend tle
;est legislation and course for the
state to pursue.
"Resolved further. That the govern
or request the insuranlce commnison
ers of South Carolina to act with and
as chairman of such a commit tee.
which he is to call upon to cons-ider
the entire fire insurance question.
"Resolved further, That -the govern
or, in the composition of this commit
tee, be requested to select representa
tives of the various interests affected.
"Resolved further, That the govern
or be requested to designate one rep.
resentative citizen from each county
to co-operate with this committee in
the best solution of the fire insurance
'Resolved further. That this resolu
tion be presented to the governor in
person by a committee of flie, the
chairman of this meeting to be chair
man of the s-aid commit tee."
Spartanburg.-While in Spar-tanbur-g
attending the Spataznburg faiir, (Gov.
fR. I. Manning announced the appoint
ment of the followving members of the
commission to consider and recoin
mend an insurancee code for the State
of' South Carolina: F. H. MeMaster,
-hairman,. Columbia ; George K. Laney,
Chesterfield; D. D. Moise, Sumter;
flright Williamson, Dar-lington; J. D.
halar-is. Greenville; J. W. Gaston, Si-ar
ta.nburg; A. G. Furman, Gr-ennville;
10. P. McCravey, Easley; Lawrence
M. Pinckney, Charleston.
Creamery Organized at Orangeburg.
Orangeburg.-The stockholders of
the Orangeburg namer-y met at the
court house for the purpose of organ
izing the Orangeburg cr-eqmeryv. The
meeting was well attendled and nearly
all of the stock being represented, the
election of directors was entered into.
The following were electedl: W. It
Atkinson. WV. Fle''-bor ny- wit.
11am L. Glover, Fr-ank C. Br-yant, JTe
Schiffley. Dr. !Lawv-nce s wen-. -
R. Sims and J1. Ler-oy Dukes. It wais
decidled that the -ompany shoul lbe
known as. the Otrangeburg Creame-y.
The capital wil lhe $.o., all of
which ha,- he',n subhscribhed.
Big Force -Works State Highway.
Chtarlest on. -l 'ift y men at-c now en.
gaged at (iarne-s c'ross Roauds otn the
work of Iim provinug that section of the
old state htirhway, 44 miles of wVhtich
are to be hut i irst class show')t hv
Chrtistmas to give Charleas 'n a ed
(Columbhia a smooth automobIle r-oit e.
At 1 lol~y liiill work is beitng activelv
pushed on thuis link. Charleston on
Novembher- 22 will send out sever-al
hiudried busintess mien to Put in a (liy's
wvork wvith pick anid shovel 1o help the
Chester Farmers Organize.
Chester. - The Chestert Nationta)
Farm Loan Association has~ beenl Or
ganized with the following officers:
Tr. J. Cununingham, president ; Jessa
IT. Hiardini, vice pres-identt ; M L. Ma
i-ion, secretary and treasutrer, W. C.
Whi'te, WV. Holmes lar-den and WV. A.
Glhaddeni loani (ommitee.
The organization thus effected is
ter-med a preliminiary organization. No
charter has beeni granted, nor will be
until the feder-al land bank is located
and organized. which will be a matter
of several months at lests
MAY MANUFACTURE PAPI
Newspaper Men May Build Co-Ope
tive Factory-Hold Conference
and J. E. Kocher, veneer manufat
rer of .Columbia. to see if either mij
offer relief. It was brought out I
a paper famine is expected. 11. J. I
Laurin of Sumter has been invited
appear before the association and c
line his plans for the establishment
a paper mill in South Carolina. A n
was recently opened in the state
0. K. Williams of Rock 1111, J.
Mims of Edgefleld and W. J. Mr
of Chester were named as memb
of a committee to prepare a sto
ment as to conditions.. The price
paper has greatly increased in c
and it was brought out that manufac
Columbia.-At an informal conl
ence of newspaper editors and publi
ers held inl Columbia, it was decko
t(, call a meeting of the South Caroll
PrAs Issociation at which the sh(
age of news print paper will be c
sidered. The meeting will be It
November 10 at 2 p. in., the place
meeting to be announced. The sit
tion concerning news print paper
considered serious by the editors
the state and steps may be taken lo
ing to relief.
A committee was appointed at I
vonforence to confer with officials
the Coker paper mills at Hartsvi
r'ei1s are declining contracts from s
'riTe editors gave consideration
the organization of a co-operative
nvr mtanufacturing company to sup
tihe papers of the state. The ph
would cost about $70.000, it was e;
mated 111( tOis a.nount. the pro
netis say, would he saved in t
it. C. Wright of Columbia told
his investigat ion into the pper sit
tion. ie said that the paper mills I
unable to fill their orders.
It is probable that it will be ne
sary to increise the subscript
rates of the ('ounty papers. A. B. J
dan, editor of the Dillon Herald. it
letter to the conference stated that
would be necessary for him to
crease the price of his paper from
to $1.50 a year. It may also be nec(
lary to Increase the advertising rat
Among the editors attending i
conference were: Hluber't Osto n
the Sumter Item. :.(I . leCamp
the Gaffney Ledger. W. j. Erwin
the Chester Iteporter. J. L. Mims
the Edgefield Ad(vertiser, Wigi
Cheatham of the Edgefleld Chroni,
J. 11. Ilamel of the Kersiaw Era. Il
cid C. Booker of the Spartantl)1
Journal. F. C .Witers of The St
1. C. Wright of the Columbia Rev(
M. L. Farrell of the Luthitenmi Sur
and, William fanks of tite ('oluni
Record. Present also was C. C. 3
ler of ThIe State company. Colum
president of tite S:'nti Carolina \
ter Printers' Association.
Kills Husband Accidentally.
Volumbia.--Herbert M. Rowell,
locomotive engineer, was shot thr'oi
the heart at his itomte here nd
about 15 m!nutes later'. The Pistol
32-calibre [ver Joh-'son. loaded w
steel jacketed bullets, was discharm
:!ccidenally, it is said, while Rov
intd his wife were playfully strmuggl
til' its p)ossession.
Cotton Mills increase Wages.
Green vi lle. - Th)'e Laur enls ('0
Miill of Laurmens andI the l'oittset t 3
of Greenville have announced wa ge
"reas~es of't 10 per' ('ent for' thetir '
ployees. About 700 operatlives
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS ITEI
A terrtifi(c wind. raint and hail sitc
visited Greenville last week.
A Southt (Carolinta boy in the htospi
corps Ott the border writes a Columt
frniend ithat winter clothing is be
issuted antd that it looks like an
A Gatffney girl. Miss Lila Moc
was awarded thte blute ribb~on ont fat
work at the Southeastern fair' wit
was recently hteld int Atlanta, Ga. WI
it is taken inito contsidera tion that
v-ountg woman is totally b~hnd l
achtievement is remnarkable.
Timid patrons < 'ntinuted to wi
:Iraw funds frontm tie 1 lome>Natio
Blank of Lex ington, t he enashtier
which,. Alfucd .1. ioox. is mtissitg
under ('hiartges; bt all detnantd s w,
me'tt ptromli'k andl not a few diepm~
Twot ofI .V in tit 's Iarges tmer'e
l~e estaliishmen,'tts weret' destroyedl
'ire Iast weeklc,
At the conferenc''lt'e of (ChIarites i
Corrtectiolls to be held int ('h aril"
Novemttbet' 14. 1.5 and 1 6. thle gene
heme fot'r1 disnssin wil be "Orge
zatlion for Soc'1~i Service in sot
The sixth atttutal Orantgeburg 'ottu
giir will he held itt Or'attgbutrg
Novettmbet' 14. 15, It;, 17. Thte out k
tot' this fait' is mnost enItouraginog
ft is thouighit that thle aItttdance tr
ortd of all (outyii~ fails will be0 excel
W. It. lota rlin, of Newbet'ty, I
hartt'c:td I8 bushts of peanutts fr
at lanItItig of one ''tsh el-th le big i
'a riet . three peas to the pod1.
Willie iBethune, te Clarettdt co
1'tylgr'o whot was to have beett ei
I rocutted Iast F'ridlay, obtaitned a sl
of senttenc'e through further ('ourtt lI
ceedintgs. Ilethunte has beent umn
dealth aenitettee for some t ime for
killitng of a whtite man.
1*. J1. Watson. ('ommflissionter of aj
'cultutre, has gone 'so Shadow La
tis tycek to invite Presidentt WVil
to attend a conte;'uce of the comn
lonie-s of nrieunan...
R Whenever You Need a-General Ton
ra' The Old Standard Grove's Tastele
chill Tonic is equally valuable 'as a Get
eral Tonic because It contains the we
known tonic properties of QUININE an
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ot
tu- Malaria, Enuches the Blood and Build
ht up the Whole System. 50 cents.
tat - - __
le- Educated Rooster.
to "Spizzernlcturn" Is an old nam
ut. even for a rooster, but this rooster I
of no ordinary fowl.' The bird come
ill from a strain of Barredl Plymout]
of Rocks, was hatched last May. an,
welghas six pounds. He is owned b;
L. E. E. Bennett of Hartford City, whi
iln refuses to par with life prize-wine
ars at any prices. Judges at various fair
te- where lie has been shown, have tol
of the owner that he is a most promnisui
)st bird, and this Is borne out by the fac
tu. that $100 has been offered for hlin.
or- "Spizzerinktum" is also an edilueatet
sh- fowl. Onet oaf his chief delights'Is' rid
led Ing the seat of a specially constructe<
na wagon and holding the reins over eigh
>rt. boys who act as steeds for him. IHi
:n. drove this team in the centenaiil pa
ld rade it IIartford City.-Indiatiapolil
Is CUTICURA COMFORTS BABY
Ak Suffering From itching, .Burning
Rashes, Eczema, etc. Trial, Free.
of Give baby a bath with hot water and
lIe Cuticura Soap, using plenty of Soap,
Dry lightly and apply Cutic'ura Oint
ment gently to all affected parts. In
to stant relief follows and baby falls inti
In- a refreshing sleep, the first perhaps
Ay In weeks. Nothing more effective.
Linl F*ree sample each by mnail with Book
1l- Address postcard, Cutieura, Dept. 4
1)0- Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
of Inl Cornwall. Etagi hti, there wats a
ia- case involving thll owiership of InII
ite eight-lty clock . After listening to tlit
parties t lit judge salli to the pitntilfti :
es- "You get the clock."
on "What do I get ?"it .keal tlte dleftendtl
I a "You' get the eight dys."
tin- Element of Uncertainty.
$1 "Ilow dt yoi tinaik your statte is go
ea- ing next eietionl?"
0. "We're goilg t) lutve at walk-over,'
he replied Seniator Sorgh 11nt. "Bit l'li
of not paite stare' whici ot us is gtinig I
of get walked on."
of Pertinent Inquiry.
all "Set, iny cleair, I i Ibieutitil greet
-t'. dresses tlt' trtee's hi.a1v. Inl a unnnei1or!"
ar- "Aiill . In fi wtinl.titd the(y p rk-j 11hi
irg beautifil grenI trIsse I Ii
evy Eanglishl 1 colni es tt al 1..3
blia squiare inites Inl areaa. with a pputilali
lu.tion of 389.005,.3OV.
[as. Aithan raniks tirst Zttaitnig ti
so ithern stites a; 1 pa'1'idtter 4)f tiia
a Soulh Afria's dimi industry I
igh to be evived.
ForT Forty Yeoars
oman's aoils sndh
Ih dowvn, the threce followving ie
of North Cra
nd old I got mini
tro twins and it le
its not walkc noti
down tto rest a
on heardt of Iy dlia
ra1)i'~i: I thought Iwo
ok 'Ve etable CJompoundi I seemed t
n an( had haeadachies much of thte ti
.before my little chtild1 was b)orn a
ed ood at that time. I never tail
Vegetabhle Compound to ailing
mfor me."-Mrs. A. L. Mc CASLAN]
S From a Grateful Massaci
] oxbury, Maess.--" I was asuf
ana. mation and wast. examined by a pI
ee. that rmy trouble was causedl 11
ay, My symptoms were bearin (ou
r't. andl sluggish liver. I tried scvc
ier eino; then I was asked to try II
heo Vegetable Compound. It has
pleased( to be in my usual good
r.and highly recormmendl it"-J
on.i You want s ecial advic
Is. 1EtPikham Medi~cne Co. (4
lettr wu beopened, read an<
in stit conie.
it ache, ne
taken' as a
ble. Cut out,
the stimulant, a
0 -ney Pills. -They A
a kidneys.. Thousan
A North Carolna
".sM V J. F. Wil
y fens s ," Johnson St., M
al run Sow rfro
r kidney trouble an
doctors hold out no
hope for my recov
ery. I suffered from
rheumatic pains and
was nervous and (
t didn't sleep well.
The kidney secre
tions were scanty
and scalded in pas
sage. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved
me quickly and continued use cured
I me. I have had. no sign of kidney
t trouble since and I give Doan's Kidney
Plls the credit for saving my life."
Get Deas at AYBt ,0e a3e
FOSTF&MZLBURN CO.. BUFFALOs N.Y.
Avoid operto ls -osie e M re
(NO 0"opoReus sure: homremeda~y.W~tt4
GIlstemeesedg Co..Dept.W-,2. i rrS@.,Chiass
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE NO. 46-4916.
Two local friends of a noted Magi
ein a were his guests at d)inner.
" Y4 (di 1)i solie woindeirfiul things on
fihe stage," mne of ithe friend.s observed,
'but I uii inclined to think you are
Iiilindinpilped wheni you are away from
you r I llNiIl'alls.'
"To un11 extelit, yes," the inagician
initted, "but there are nanny things
Iesll (1 ailywhere oil a !!lomllent's no
"'et us see l1 dIo (10 sollethinlg now."
"All right ; take for inistite this
stenk, Ihe Brussels sprouts and the sa
"In i very few tauiiautes we will cause
all of then4i.1 to erntirely disappear."
"Whall inde fth lina1n kill the goose
who laild the golden egg?"
"I van only guess at it. Maybe food
was costing so nua'ch that he got re
seiit ulieenuse tile bird kept handing
him lrl m4taIl instead of regular eggs."
A Lover of Truth.
I ":rvoige Washinglon never told a
"I dobii that. But ht wias too truth
ful it inint ever to give his personal in'
daorsillellt to 11hat Story,"
41 1'b1i11,ih ipper iillies are calling for
Aineriin taijii for development pur
' NhI lik hal s $c4,000,000 worth
- lf ii seft pr a1 is school endow
S It is easy to forget those who wrong
Lydia E. Pinkham's
mpound Has Been
t Reliable. Medicine
suffering from.. some ~orm of
ive a constant fear of bxleaking
tters ought to bring hope:
ndon, Wis. --"When I was 10 yars
iC(d and1 at 18 years I gave birth0 to
ft mec with very poor -health. I could
>ss' the floor withiout having to sit
u i wast t har foe to keep about
k. wet t adocter andj( he told
isplacem'ent ttid iilcers, and( would
.1 operation. TIhis frightened ime so
in not know what to don. Ihaving
IE. P'inkhamn's 'Veget able C'ompounid
uldl give it a trial andl it madec me as
I cannot say enough ini favor of the
nua .AsBACH, North Cranifdon, Wis,
began to take -Lydia E. Pinkham's
0 be good for not fhing. I tired easily
me aund was irregular'. I took it again
-nd it dlid me a wondel(rful am)ount of
to retcommnend Lydia E. Pinkhiam's
vomenC~ b)ecause it has dlone so much
>, 600 llave St., Lawton, Okia.
musetts Woman. -
fering from innam
hysierani whlo found
-ni pains, backache,
ral kinds of medi.. T
yidia E. Pinkhamn's
mured me and I am
hltth by using it '
o write to Lydia
'ofidnential) Lynn, Mass. Your
I answered by a woman and held