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EPEND! UPON IT 20 YEARS Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound Has Been This Woman's Safeguard All That Time. Omnhn. Neb. "I havo used Lydia B. Pinkham'a VegctablcConi pound forovcr twenty years lor ie- male troubles ana it hau helped me very much. I havo also used Lydia E. Pink ham's Sanative Wash with good re sults. I always have abottleof Vegetable Compound i n t h e house as it is a good remedy in time of need. You can publish my testi monial as every statement I havo made is perfectly true." Mrs. J. 0. Elmquist, 2424 S. 20th Street, Omaha, Nebraska. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should be convinced by the many genuine and truthful testimonials wo are constantly publishing in the newspapers of tho ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound to restoro their health. To know whether Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound will help you. try it! For advice write to Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. Your letter will bo opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Don't Persecute Your Bowels Cut out cathartics and purgative They ore brutal harsh unnecessary. Try CAUTER'5 UTTLF LIVER PILLS. Purelyvegetable. Act gently on the (CARTER'S liver, elimin ate bile, and soothe the delicate mem brane of the liTTLE IVER I PILLS bowel. Correct constipation, bilious new, sick headache and indigestion. Small Pill Small Dose Small Price DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nature's great nerve and blood tonic for Anemia, Rkeamatlara, Nervousness, Sleeplessness and Female Weakness. i.ilstEiutlfc(irilaialiir tOnrtsexrcC A Hint. She Did I hear anything fall? lie I think not. She Excuse mo. I thought yon dropped a remark. RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz. Hay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and 'A oz. of glycerine. Apply to tho hair twico a week until it becomes tho desired shade, Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at homo at very little cost. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and will make harsh hair soft nnd glossy. It will not co'or the scalp, is not sticky or jreasy, and does not rub oil. Adv. Valuable Quarters. Ilowell What was tho most expen sive room you over hnd? Powoll I once Blept In n coal bin. Freshen a Heavy 8kln With tho antiseptic, fascinating Cutt cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely scented convenient, economical face, nklti, baby and dusting powder rtnd perfume. Renders other perfumes su perfluous. One of tho Cutlcuru Toilet Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum).- Adv Thero Is no nioro pitiable and tin fortunuto creature In tho world than tho glutton for luiiuseniont. HAD LOST HOPE But Donn's Effected a Complete Recovery Alter Other Kcmcuies Failed. Now in Good Health. Mm. .1. A. Stitaworth. 12. Hell Ave. Red Key, Ind., Bays: "Kidney trouble came on ine miilucnly nnd before I real ized it 1 vnn in a critical condition. My body bloated and my feet anil nnun-s Hweilud like toy balloons. The kid ney secretions burned terribly in iMHtmge. My face puffed up and the flesh under my eyes and on my cheeks hung down in folds. 1 had smother ing spells, when I thought I would die. Bo much water had collected under my skin, I weighed 170 pounds, n en in of 45 Mr. StlUwarth pounds. My Bight failed and little black specks pasted before my eyes. I felt drowsy and was bo iiuivoiih, I couldn't stand the least noise. Rheu matic pains darted all through me and it felt as if every nerve in my body was nffectcd. Medicine didn't help me and T had little hope or strength left. Finally I used noan's Kidney Pills nnd tney restored me to health. I am now well and strong." Bioorn to before me, 31. M. WUITTJNaiinjj. Salary Public. Get Doan's at An Stare. fiOe a Flnr DOAN'S KDiTLE3Y FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. Old Folks' Coughs wilt be relieved promptly by Plso's. Stops throat tickle! relieves Irritation. The remedy letted by more than titty years of ue is llllllllliUMIllllllllllll 'CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP'? IS CHILD'S LAXATIVE Look at tongue! Remove polsom from stomach, liver and bowels. Accept "Cnllfornln" Syrup of Figs only look for the numo California on tho pncknrjc, then you are sure your child Is having the best and most harm less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love Its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dose on each bot tle, (live It without fenr. Mother I You must sny "California.' t Adv. The Slackers. An army olliuer mid at a dinner: "Some of our pillunt young ofllcera are licensed of having acquired the use of face creams nnd powder over In France. Ho that ns It may " Here the- olilcer winked his eye. "Ho that as It may, 1 know of some young oillcers here at homo who took even greater care of their skins." URIC ACID IN MEAT CLOGS THE KIDNEYS Take a Glass of Salts if Your Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers. If you must have your meat every day, eat It, but flush your kidneys with Baits occasionally, says u noted au thority who tells uh thnt meat forms uric acid which almost paralyzes tho kidneys In their efforts to expel It from the blood. They become slug gish nnd weaken, then you suffer with n dull misery In the kidney region, shnrp piilns In the bnck or sick hend ncho, dizziness, your stomnch sours, tongue Is coated and when the weather Is had you hnvo rheumatic twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full of sedi ment, tho chnnncls often get soro nnd Irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or- three times during the night. To neutralize these lrrltntlng acids, to' cleanse the kidneys nnd Hush off the body's urinous waste get four ounces of Jnd Salts from any phnr niacy hero; take n tiiblespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few dnys and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts Is modo from the acid of grapes nnd lemon Juice, combined with Ilthln, and hns been used for generations to flush nnd stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize the nclds In urine, so It no longer lrrltutes, thus ending bladder weakness. Jnd Snlts Is Inexpensive; ennnot In jure, nnd makes a delightful efferves cent llthla-wnter drink. Adv. Naturally. "You look depressed this morning," "I hnvo n good reason. When I went to look at my private stock I ound I was out of spirits," DON'T FEAR ASPIRIN IF IT IS GENUINE Look for name "Bayer" on tablets, then you need never worry. To get genuine "Hnyer Tablets of Aspirin" you must look for tho safety "Bayer Cross" on each package nqd 5n each tablet. The "Hnyer Cross" means truo, rvorld-fninous Aspirin, prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years, and proved safe by millions for Colds, i Moiiduche, Earache, Toothache, Keu I ralgla, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for . Pain In general. Proper nnd safe dl ! rections ure lu each unbroken "Hnyer" I package. Untidy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Hnyer" packages. Aspirin Is tho trndc mnrk of Bayer Manufacture i f Mononcetlcacldester of Sallcyllo icld. Adv. Don't ocllnso the irood Meart In you by a mean, selllsh deed. Sunshine Is what makes Uo corn grov GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER. Constipation Invites other troubles which fame Kneedllv milnaa mill.-lv ... .,......,, cnecaeti nnti overcome by Green's August Flower which Is u gentle laxa tive, regulates digestion both In I itoinach nnd Intestines, cleans nnd iweetens the stomach and alimentary ennui, stimulates tho liver to Becrete the bile and Impurities from the blood. It Is a sovereign remedy used In many thousands of households all over tho civilized world for more than half a century by those who hnve suffered with Indigestion, nervous dyspepsia, ilugglsh liver, coming up of food, pal pitation, constipation and other In testinal troubles. Sold by druggists ind dealers everywhere. Try a bottle, tuke no substitute. Adv. Life Is a grind If your grist Isn't worth grinding, fMTIOMf 1919 Railroad Freight Robberies of $45,000,000 WASHINGTON. Whole-sale looting of inorchiindlso In trnnslt upon the rail roads of the United States caused n loss of approximately S-l 0.000,000 lr 1010, according to United States III get TrT REST LATER" cloth or waste paper. These are referred to as "concenled losses' by rail road men. and are especially dlflicult Jlscover at what point the theft occurred. The silk Industry has been one of and so great has the risk become that the railroad administration has been considering excluding raw silks from the privilege of freight transportation by rail. I'lio Jewelers, who have always been fared better last year by approximately It was said by the Jewelers' Protective Among tho methods frequently used by thieves are the following: A truckman nt a freight station with a load of goods watches his op portunity and takes the freight clerk's lading, and then drives off with the goods. Another method Is for n truckman mi empty box on his truck. Ho substitutes a box of stolen merchandise for tho empty he brought In. Bobbers often get aboard trains and pick up along the route. Women Voters Desire a MEN voters of the United States ly tho teachers, are Interesting . measure now before congress Known seeks to make what Is now the bu reau of education In the department of tho Interior a department of the government Itself, with administrative functions and a secretary the same as any other department. The bureau of education gathers Information showing the condition and progress of education and has been of great help In giving advice to state, county and municipal oill- cials respecting tho administration and Improvement of schools. It can not Interfere directly with state operations, nor could a national department If created. But the bureau lias not hesitated to call public attention to un satisfactory conditions whenever criticism was desirable in the Interest of the children, and thus It possesses a power of grent value for the public good. It has direct charge of the education of the native children of Alaska, and promotes home gardening under school direction and Increased food produc tion. But becnuso It Is n bureau, one of many of n great department, the women assert that It has not the lntluoiice which the Importance of Its work justifies. It Is looked upon ns a minor branch of the government, whereas, because of tho value of education to the people as n whole, It is claimed it should be on un equality with other nlTiilrs of not greater moment to the nation. To It could he transferred the educutlonal activities which exist to som extent In both the army and navy, nnd especially the children's bureau, which now functions under the department of labor. Incidentally, if a woman Is ever to have a seat In the cabinet, a depart ment of education seems to be her best chance. Overlooked by the respondents in Washington THE senate, the other day. passed n bill directing the secretnry of the treas ury to pay "to Gertrude Lustig. the sum of $1,280X)3, being the amount slit would hnvo received as pay and allowances ns chief nurse, army nurse corps, y r-nr 1 v y c &Vl (SORllY IT I AN SO JSORW IT nnTr-trtcy aw a tr mi, I . Vi ILriUIUWL mm treatment of a good woman by the government. It arose from a frame-up. The story In a rather distressing one, and I hesitate very much to tell It. The military Intelligence department of the war department realized the error thnt had been made, and the depart ment of Justice also realized It; and both departments, together with the sur geon general, tho head of the whole medical service, joined in an urgent re quest that this relief be granted to Miss Lustig. She has been restored to service, and sho Is now a member of the army nurse corps. I may say to the senators that the government has done Its best to locate the blnme for this thing. The persons Involved lu It have utterly disappeared." This Is practically nil that Was said In the senate conernlng tho facts In tho case. Senator King of Utah said: "I feel that the war department should determine who committed this crime against tho nurse nnd prosecute them criminally, and compel them to refund the amount. After waiting" a reasonable tlnio I shall ask an Investigation of the entire mntter." Vacancies in United States Diplomatic Service ASIDE from the enemy countries and nations with which the United States . has severed diplomatic relations there are eight vacancies in the American diplomatic list. The United Stiues has no minister at the capitals of China, Denmark, Costa Ulcu, Greece. The Netherlands, Salvador, Slain and fiuiUerlnnd. While Finland has n minister here, no American envoy hns vet been sent to tins new Finnish re public. As ninny shifts usually occur fol lowing a change of administration, fear Is expressed that It will be dilli cult to find men willing to accept some of these appointments who are well suited to tho work. Many men would welconio an appointment for one year as ambnssador or minister, hut experience seems to show tlmt tho first year has been merely a training period for most dlplomnts. Successful diplomatic achievement, as a rule, depends largely upon con tinuity of service. Consequently, it Is snld. the men best qualified to till tho existing vacanlos would not care to undertake the duties of envoy for so short n period. Furthermore, most of the secretarial positions held by diplomatic secre taries lire now protected by civil service, and diplomatic secretaries who ac cepted positions as chiefs of missions would risk the danger of removal In tho event of a change of administration. President Wilson hns made no diplomatic appointments since ho was taken HI with th exception of tlu't of Robert Undorwood Johnson to bo nm bmwndor to Holy. rnllrond administration statistics. A technique of robbery hns been (level oped so highly thnt the methods ol "muster thieves" are similar In the United States, England. Franco, Italy and Argentina. Thief hunters here, however, are Inclined to discredit the belief that n "widespread Internation al organization" Is nt work stealing merchandise. Substitution is the usual nnjtliot uetl by the robbers. Boxes supposed fo contain velvets are found nt their destination to be filled with cheaper to trace, ns It Is almost Impossible to the most severely lilt In tho last year, looked upon as easy prey by thieves, CO per cent than lu the previous year, union. receiving stamp, puts It on the bill of to drive Into a city freight yard wltn throw goods out for conlcderntes to Department of Education actual and prospective and especial themselves and otlier citizens in tut . f... ...i. m i.in rm.i,. l.tll as me Biniiii-iuwin-r um. amis uni THAT Z.OOKS GOOD" from September U8, IHia, tlie date oi her unjustifiable dlsmlssnl from that position, to amy aa, iuiu, me uiue oi her restoration to the service." In reply to questions Scnntor Wadsworth said : "The unforttinnte thing was thai tho nurse In question was In jail dur ing thnt entire time. This case con stitutes one of the most distressing and horrible things that I have evet encountered In connection with the PNEUMONIA LEFT BOY WEAR AND SICKLY Parents Were Almost Hopeless, But He Is Now Well and Strong. "Our llttlo boy's bealth was bo poor w were afraid we were irolng to loso him, Ho Is ten years old, and has bad weak lungs ever since be wns eight months old, caused by pneumonia. We have been very careful with hint nnd doctored him continually, but wo bad almost despaired of over ImvliiK a strong, well boy. "Hut since giving him Mlllts Emulsion all bin trouble Is gone, and bo Is In per fect health." Mr8. a. W. Smiley, 20 Maple St, Dayton, O. For restoring nppctlte, health and strength in sickly children, mothers will II nd Milks Khiulslon the thing they have always nought. Most children like to talto it, hecnuso unlike many emulsions and tonics, It really tastes good. Milks Kmulslon Is a pleasant, nutri tive, food and a corrective medicine. It retores hoalthy, natural bowel action, do. log away with all need of pills nnd phys ics. It promotes appctlto and quickly puts the digestlvo organs In shapo to nnsltnllnto food. As a builder of flesh and strength Milks Emulsion Is strongly recommended to those whom sickness has weakened, and Is a powerful aid In resist ing and repairing tho effects of wasting diseases. Chronic stomnch trouble and constipation are promptly relieved usu ally In one day. This is the only solid emulsion made, nnd so palntablo that It Is eaten with n spoon like Ice cream. No mntter bow severe your case, you nro urged to try Milks Emulsion under this guarantee Toko six bottles home with you. use It according to directions, and If not satisfied with the results your money will bo promptly refunded. Price BOo and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks Emul sion Co'., Tcrro Tlnute, Ind. Sold by drug gists everywhere. Adv. OuchI She Why do you smoke so much? He Because a good cigar helps me to think. She It's too bad your cigar dealer carries sucli poor stock. MOTHERS, PREPARE Kansas City, Knns.: "When I was a girl just coming into womanhood I became on run-down, weak ana nervous. I was pale as death; my people becamo very much alarmed thought I was going into a de cline. My mother took mo to our druggist and asked him if he could recommend some med icine that ho thought would bo good for my case. Ho told her to try Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription and sho did. I had only taken it a shortltimo when I began to improve and it was not long when I waa well in tho best of health. I have since taken 'Favorite Prescription' during expectancy and found it a wonderful help, keeping me well and strong tho entire time." MRS. BELLE GAMMON, 2019 Roosevelt Ave. WOMAN'S CRIT ICAL TIME Omaha; Nebr.: "I havo used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for many years at certain critical times when such a tonic was necessary and it never failed to strengthen and build mo up. When I was raising my family I took it and always the results were most satisfactory; then during middle life it helped me to come through in a strong and healthy condition. I am very enthusiastic concerning Dr. Pierce's reme dies and have recommended them not only to members of my own family but to many others besides nnd havo never heard ono complaint. Dr. Pierce's book, tho Common Sense Medical Adviser, has been in my home for 35 years and I know it has saved mo many a doctor bill, as well as many of my friends whom I havo advised through it." MRS. TIIOS. GRAY, 4310 Erskine 8t. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a remedy that any ailing woman can safely tako because it is prepared from roots, does not contain alcohol or narcotics. Its ingre dients printed on wrapper. Send 10c. for trial package of Favorite Prescription tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids! Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y. Baby's Clothes will be white as the driven snow when laundered if you use Red Cross Ball Blue It never streaks or spots the clothes, nor does it injure the most delicate fabric. All eod crocers sell it; 5 cents a package. FORD COUNTY, KANSAS Delightful climate, year round. Altitude 2.500 feet. Cool, refresh ing summer nights. Relief from hayfever and asthma. Water the best, inexhaustible underflow. Soil very deep silt loam. No rocks, gravel, sand or gumbo. Wheat, corn, oats, barley, milo maize, knfir. Country developing rapidly with modern towns, fine schools and churches. $40.00 PER ACRE We are reliable and do not misrepresent THE L. E. WAIT COMPANY UllllKklt IN Colonization Thacik and Uancti PRoi'turua DODGE CITY, KANSAS UitablUbed IM AND "DANDERINE" PUTS BEAUTY IN HAIR: Girls! 'A mass of long, thick, gleamy tresses Let "Dnndcrlne" save your hair and louble Its beauty. You can have lots- jf long, thick, strong, lustrous haltv Don't let It stay lifeless, thin, scraggly r fading. BrlDg back Its color, vigor ind vitality. Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful) T)ntirlne" at any drug or toilet coun ter to freshen your scalp; check dan- Iruff nnd falling linlr. Your hair needs :hls stimulating tonic; then Its life. :olor, brightness and abundance wll?- return Hurry I Adv. Truthful Appearance. "Bill. I am dead broke." "Then no wonder you look all gone u pieces." Never Judge n man's thoughts bj whiit he snys. Never Judge a womnn's age by het store teeth. INFLUENZA starts with a Cold Kill tho Cold. At tho neeze take . CASCARA&f OJUININ Standard cold remedy for 20 year vltl xaojee l&rra mic, lute, opiates DreaKS up a com in i Hours renevea grip in J oy- Money back If it lain, me cenulno Box nas a ea top wltn tar. rime picture. At All Drag Star3 RtgU3.Pat.Ofr. PETROLEUM JELLY For sores, broken blisters,burns, cuts and all skin irri tations. 5 Also, innumerable toilet uses. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHESE2XROUGIS MFG. CO. State Street Hew York BILIOUSNESS Caused by If peopla who are tilllouo are treated ao sordlne to locnl symptoms they seldom get ery much txtter Whatever relief Is ob alned la usually temporary. Trace bilious less to Its source and remove the cnuse and .he chances are that the patient will re. inaln strong- and healthy. Doctors say that more than 70 non rganlc diseases can bo traced to an Acid itc.mucb. Biliousness Is one of them. Indl cestton, heartburn, belching, aour stomach, bloat and gas are other signs of acid tomach. EATONIC. the marvelous moderr tomach remedy, brings quick relief from, .hese stomach miseries which lead to a long train of ailments that make life miserable If not corrected, EATONIC literally absorbs and carries tway the excess acid. Makes the stomach itrong, cool and comfortable. Helps diges tion; Improves the appetite and you thet ret full strencth from your food. Thousands ay that EATONIC Is the most effective itomach remedy In the world. 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