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SERVICE BOARD
WEIGHS PHONE
RAISEREQUEST
Hearing Completed on Plea
That Burleson Charges
Be Continued.
EXPLAINS BASIC RATE
The public service commission has be
fore it today evidence presented by In
diana telephone companies attempting to
show the necessity of the continuation
of the present Burleson toll rates. The
Burleson rates comprise differential
charges covering station to station calls,
person to person calls, messenger calls,
and night and day calls. They have
been continued in effect until the com
mission can decide whether changes are
to be made.
The basic rate, according to C. R.
Woods of Chicago, general traffic man
ager for the Central Cnlcn Telephone
Company, Is the person to person rate,
because more than 75 per cent of the
calls are person to person calls. This
rate, he explained, is 20 per cent higher
than the station to station rate and 20
per cent lower than the messenger rate.
DECLARE RATES
BELOW COST.
He explained the person to person call
to mean a call in which the caller asks
to speak to an individual rather than
to any one at a telephone station. 11*
said the rates for this type of call are
now 10 per cent to 23 per cent lower
than the actual cost.
When called upon by the commission
♦o explain why overtime 1&. charged at
n higher rate when applied to person to
person calls than when applied to sta
tion to station calls, Ifr. Woods ex
plained thnt he believed telephone rates
to be. exactly similar to railroad rates
except they are based on units of min
utes instead of units of miles. /
FOUR MEETINGS
FOR INDIANA.
Henry A. Barnhart, president of the
Rochester Telephone Company and pres
ident of the Indiana State Association of
Telephone Companies, said that patrons
took the position that the extra coat of
person-to-person service is defrayed by
the extra charge for the first three min
utes of conversation and that overtime
charges should be the eame for all
classes of service.
Four meetings of long distance tele
phone employes -will be held In Indiana
this year, according to Mr. Barnhart,
for the purpose of educating the em
ployes to the new long distance systems
in order that the service throughout the
state may be unified.
LAKE COUNTY’S
PARTYMENBUSY
Democrats to Present Solid
Front in State Fight.
Democrats of Lake county have started
out to organize that part of Indiana
without waiting for assistance, direc
tion or encouragement from any other
part of the state. They propose to form
small democratic clubs in every part of
the county, co-ordinate them with a
county organization and muster the full
strength of the party in the county for
the primaries.
Plans for their organization were made
recently at a meeting of the Hammond
Jackson club at Hammond, where a tem
porary organization of the Young Men’s
Democratic club of Hammond was es
fected with officers as fdllows:
Chairman, Howard Geschekller; vice
chairman, John Rippe; secretary, Sam
Hicks; treasurer, Harry Grimmer.
The work of organizing the county was
prompted, so the democrats say, by a be
lief that it was time to “get together
and start something.’’ apd the real prol*
lem of the democrats in the state lay not
in the question of organization, but in
getting the democrats to “do something.”
Belief that Lake county conld be brought
hack to the democratic fold was im
pressed, conditional only on the ability
of the democrats to “get busy.” At the
organization meeting it was suggested
that success depended on “getting busy"
and there was nothing to prevent launch
ing organization movement at once. The
theory met with approval and was Imme
diately put into effect.
The expressed ambition of the Lake
county democrats now’ is to have their
organization completed w'hen the state
committee’s plans for organising the
whole state are outlined so that the or
ganization in Le.ke county can be placed
within the state organization and the
efforts of the state committee devoted to
come other territory where there is more
need to break the lethargy that Lake
county democrats declare has been re
sponsible for their lack of success in the
past.
Mrs. Zena Marks
to Give Recital
Mrs. Zena Marks, pupil of Miss Drrtha
Jasper, will be heard in a recital Thurs
day evening, Jan. 15, at 8:15 o’clock at
Miss Jasper’s studio, 909 South East
street. She will be assisted in the
following program by Albert Dorn, pupil
of Nathan D. Davis:
Prelude .. Bach
Sonata Haydn
“Spanish Dance” Granados-Stoessel
“Harp of St. Cecilia” Wiearand
“Forest Murmurs’’ Wiesz
Arabesque Meyer Helmund
“Fair Rosmarin” Krelsler
“To A Wild Rose” MacDowell
“Humoresque” Dvorak
“Gavotte” Dreysehock
“Butterfly” Lavalee
HOW TO GET RID
OFYOUR COLD
The quick way is to use Dr.
King's New Discovery.
DON’T put off until tonight what
you can do today. Step into your
druggist’s and buy a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery. Start taking it
at once. By the time you reach home
you’ll be on the way to recovery. .
This standard family friend has been
breaking colds, coughs, grippe attacks,
and croup for more than fifty years,
git’s used wherever sure-fire relief is ap
predated. Children and grownups alike
can use It—there is no disagreeable after
effect. Your druggist has it. 60c and
#1.20 bottles.
■ --'EiF' & -V *
Bowels Begging for Help
Torpid liver pleading for asslstnce?
How careless to neglect these things
when Dr. King’s New Life Pills so
promptly, mildly, yet effectively come
to their relief I
Leaving the system uncleaned, clog
ged bowels unmoved, results In health
destructive after-effects. Let stimulat
ing, tonic-in-action Dr. King’s New Life
JjgiUs bring you the happiness of regular,
..formal bowel and liver functioning. Keep
|feeling fit, doing the work of a man
or vs uan who finds relish in it. All
* Had “to H!S* Vr ' 4
— - "PRIZ-E. IN WITH
Here the Reader
Says His Say
WANTS BLEEPKR ON LINE.
Editor The Times—We the residents
of the South Side and constant riders of
the Garfield line wish to extend our ap
preciation for the noble service shown
us by the management of the Indian
apolis street car company. We feel as
though we are the only passengers who
have the opportunity and pleasure of
riding on two and sometimes three cars
from Washington street to the end of the
line, which is at Garfield park. But as
we are extending our thanks to the man
agement of the car company we must
also thank our lucky stars that we are
able to walk when cars are not running
which only happens from two to three
times a week.
We still feel that we are Justified in
asking a few favors. We now wish you
to place at least one sleeper on the line
and also one dining car as sometimes
it requires so long to reach a destina
tion that one gets very hungry, then,
too, there often times is plenty of time
for a nap.
Now as you have been so prompt In
answering our request in the past we
feel sure you will take immediate action
on these improvements. Thanking you,
we remain the residents of the pdorest
service cat line in Indianapolis.
A SOUTH SIDER.
BRYAN AND PROHIBITION.
Editor The Times—The much talked of
candidacy of William J. Bryan for the
presidency, should, and no doubt will,
find favor with the women.voters who
will vote for the presidency in the na
tional election this fall.
Is it not entirely fitting -that, the
Great Commoner should command this
Midwinter Sale — A January Mer
chandising Event not to be compared with the
usual clearance sale so universally advertised at this
time of the year.
Most stores find it necessary to make a clearance once or twice a year of surplus
. stocks, odd pieces, dropped patterns, undesirable designs and damaged or shopworn
goods. Our Midwinter Sale is different. We are particularly fortunate in having a
and Vo arc tU yoV new stock of furniture and rugs, bought early and at prices from 10% to 50% under
present value. The money we thus saved is being passed on to our customers. That
our trade appreciates and realizes the values offered is proved by the splendid busi
ness our salesmen are producing. Some of the finer pieces sold last week, and which
can not be duplicated at the sale price, are as follows: ,
Not a single article
can be replaced at . . thioE AA *
our sale price*. Chippendale bookcase and secretary, mahogany, present value $200.00, sold for $135 .UU.
Grandfather clocks, worth SIIO.OO each, two sold for $89.00 each. Dining room suite,
present value $425.00, sold for $320.00. Davenport, our own make, present value
$295.00, sold for $265.00. Three-piece overstuffed tapestry suite, present value $500.00,
sold to be delivered out of the city for $414.00. Breakfast set. six pieces, present value
•bnV ZT pVcc" $175.00, sold for $150.50. Davenport table, present value $55.00, sold for $47.00, and
unVVr ' 80 on > w 6 enumerate sales which resulted in one of the largest weeks in cash
uem receipts and volume of business booked since opening this store on the 18th of August.
To show the difference between our Midwinter Sale prices and the present value, the
samples displayed on our eight large floors are plainly marked.
We offer no apology for our enthusiasm, but to say that it’s the natural expression
iflwp h it reason . i * i * I
fo* our enthusiasm. of an active business.
' _ *
Has it ever occurred to you that there could be worked out a plan which would give both
the cash and credit customer the same low cash price? We have it. We will gladly explain .
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wish to sa.v that when >ou - - ■■■ ■■ who formerly were customers
have customers who fail to find C-J E HALF" CENTUR STODE*' of The Ollar Bros. Cos. It’s a
In your stock what they want • manifestation of good will
and it s your desire to direct demonstrating that after all is
good .TrX M P yu p woJjV ex- 117119-121 West Market Street r * al buß ‘-
pert to render, rest- soured tstenedl
fiat they are gratefuliA re- Opposite Traction Terminal Depot. voigneaj
itorV' iU th ” Ha,f C * , “VP > Stores at Ft. Wayne, Lafayette, Terre Haute and Indianapolis. * *' vicVpres. and Her.
THE BOYS IN THE OTHER CAR
Paris Sees Queen
of Spain at Her
Best During Visit
w-.-- V V-
Vv; - . . - QUEEN"
V k "r'-vLCXOBm.*
PARIS, Jan. 14.-Her majesty, Victoria,
queen of Spain, is a visitor in Paris.
The above photograph is her latest ami
is an excellent likeness.
vote? if for no other reason than as a
reward for his u nil ring and able efforts,
through the press and by his speeches.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1920.
he aided very materially in banishing
Old John Barleycorn from the United
States of America.
With Mr. Bryan as president the
women know that with the assistance of
a dry congress that Old John B. will
be beyond resurrection.
It is apparent at this early date the
wets have lost faith in court decisions,
and are setting the stage for the elec
tion of a president and congress that
will overthrow the eighteenth amend
ment and, by the way, a greater ca
lamity could not overtake the people
and the heat and roost effective way to
combat the wets program is to nomi
nate and elect a dry president au<L con
gress. It matters not whether he ho a
democrat or republican, who may seek
eloctlon, it behooves the American-voters
to Alect a congress that will lend their
support to the cause of temperance and
a dry America.
, This subject being the nearest to the
heart of the woman voter, for it is they
who perhaps have felt more keenly the
pangs of intemperance and the curse of
the saloon, it is but proper and fitting
that they vote for home, God and mor
ality, and by their rote and Influence
Old John Barleycorn will he burled be
yond resurrection.
SHERMAN McRIPEAU.
Anderson, lnd.
Pneumonia Patient
Takes Negligee Stroll
ROCKFORD, 111., Jan. 14.—C. S. Weth
ihgton, colored, pneumonia patient in a
local hospital, eluded atendants and took
a hike In ids nightshirt. Although chilly
blasts hammered the thermometer down
to 12 above zero, he didn’t care.
Several blocks away he pounded on the
door of a residence. The surprised oc
cupants called*an officer who took Weth
tngton back to the hospital none the
worse for his promenade
WORLD LEAGUE
TO FIND U. S. IN
SERIOUS PLIGHT
Nation Where Plan Originated
Out of Deliberations and
Without Peace.
COMPROMISE IS DUBIOUS
By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS.
Staff Correspondent of tiie International
News Service.
WASH I NOT ON, Jan. 14.--On tbe eve
of the first formal -meeting of tbe league
nf nations in Paris, America, the laud
of the league s origin, not • only stands
outside the pale, unable to obtain peace,
but her struggles to ratify the treaty of
Versailles have landed her in a pre
dicament, from which only superlative
diplomacy or a Jimmy can hope to wrench
her.
Despite the utmost efforts of a mi
nority in the senate to effect a compro
mise and notwithstanding repoits to the
contrary, emanating from sources usually
considered trustworthy, the truth re
mains that today, six months after the
struggle began over the treaty, the law
makers seem very little nearer an agree
ment than at the start.
Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock of Ne
braska, democratic leader of the senate,
and President Wilson’s mouthpiece In
the upper bouse, is willing to compromise,
but says the Lodge reservations must
be “interpretative” only, and should not
destroy the spirit or the meaning of
' the treaty. ,
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massa
! chusetts, republican whip and leader or
! the opposition to the treaty, is willing
| to “consider” any compromise in con
j crete form the democrats have to submit,
but insists that reservations that "merely
Interpret” have no chance and need not
; be offered.
BRYAN UNABLE TO FOHCJC
MATTERS TO HEAD.
So William Jennings Bryan, who tele
graphed to Washington the hope thnt
tbe senate would settle its dispute by
Friday so that tbe United States could be
represented In the council of the league
of nations at Its first meeting, will not
see his hope fulfilled.
Nevertheless, anew influence is at work
at the capitol—-or rather an old Influence
which until recently had not made itself
very strongly felt: Public opinion. If
the gumshoe work of the senatorial
diplomat* fails, the Jimmy of popular
sentiment, some of the most optimistic
believe, may get results.
Stubborn senators are being Upped off,
one hy one, that unless they modify their
standpat positions on the treaty, get out
of the road to peace and let congress set
tle down to real business, they will find
themselves minus their togas the first
day tbe. opportunity for somebody to
grab it presents itself.
This threat does not come from any
official, party or faction. In fact, it
does not come as a threat at all, but
In the form of subtle suggestions
dropped by friends from home districts
who drop in on the senators to pass the
time of day.
Men in-Girl’s Togs
Attack Young Lover
LONDONDERRY, Jan. 14. Remark
able details of the outrage perpetrated
on a farmer's son named Andrew Marsh,
of Oulllon, County Tyrone, have come to
light.
Marsh has been paying attenUons to
a girl living near Donemana Village,
and other young men In the district,
actuated apparently by Jealousy, resent
ed this, and conceived an extraordinary
plan with tbe object of putting a stop
to It Th*y sent him a letter purporting
to come from the girl and arranging a
tryst near her home. Marsh kept the
appointment, and was lured to a spot
where a group of young men dressed as
girls lay in wait.
Ho was suddenly felled to the ground,
stripped to his shirt and drawers and
left lying on the roadside, where he
remained for several hours, until picked
up by passers-by, who conveyed him to
a neighbor's house. Recovering conscious
ness, he was provided with clothing and j
enabled to go home.
Midget Actress ,
Here This Week ,
From Australia
CLARA KEATING.
The Lyric’s bill this week includes
Clara Keating, an Australian girl, who
is four feet eight inches in height. She
was formerly a member of tbe famous
Tivoli “Follies” in Sydney, Australia.
Switchman Hurt;
Pinned by Engine
Everett IV. Barton, 21, 1357 Madison
avenue, a switchman, was crushed be
tween a Btg Four freight engine and a
gate at the Minter coal yard, West street
and the Big Four railroad, early today.
He was taken to the City hospital with
a badly Injured hip.
AMUSEMENTS.
ENGLISH’S
TODAY—2:IS. 8:15
Dav id Belase.. Presents
“DADDIES 3 ’
A Comedy by .JOHN 1.. HOBBLE
“Daddies” is a fountain of moling re
freshment coming us it welcome diver
sion to theatergoers.
TUCKS., ERL, SAT., .lAN. 15, 16. 17.
-Ay. MATINEE SATURDAY
Tremendous Belas-
ZBjESfXy coni an Drums Gor
iffwM? - gr on sly Staged, with
BbSFT, L Extrarodinar.v Thun-
Hill Portraying
t 1 rm X \ RED-BLOODED
LOVE YOUTH
' 7 Terrltlo Outburst of
PASSION
STAGED AS ONLY BELASCO CAN
Night Prices, 50c, SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00.
Week Beg. Kon., Jan. 19
mats. wed. and sat.
Charles Dillingham Offers
America’s Greatest Entertainer
FRED STONE
In a Musical Extravaganza
Jack O’Lantern
SEATS THURSDAY
Prices, SJ.OO, $2.00, $2.50. $3.00.
Mciii’RVßT THREE NIGHTS,
SIIIBbRT COMMENCING
UR A 1 TOMORROW
I ONLY MAT. SATURDAY, 2:80 P. M. I
Selwyn and Cos. nnnounce I
TEA FOR THREE
Served by Rol - Cooper Megru with ■
Arthur Byron and Frederick Perry I
of the New York and Chicago Cast I
and LAURA HOPE CREWS
Prices, 500. 7f>c, SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00. I
Box Seats, $2.50.
Seats Now Selling. 2 Box Office*. |
Daily at 2:15 and 8:16
Os J y Jf g /Jp J Mats. 100, 500. Efe. 100, SI.OO
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE 518 - AND MRB ’
INCOMPARABLE JIMMIE BARRY
I BELLE COMEDY SKIT “THE RUBE.”
D A LT IT O WILL OAKLAND
/\ W* jt Famous Contra-Tenor and Phono-
A A An. **• * graph Record Maker.
RHnirinr With Her a Group of New Countess Verona —Breen Family—Mary
£•- *■—• •••>-■■ - sst- -*
C’nurttctP* •
WVVKLY AN9 LITERARY DIGEST TOPICS.
AND PITHY PARAGRAPHS.
jm This coupon and ten cents en
ljjo If k V|3 wg| titles lady to reserved seat at
% t 8 any Matinee during week.
GIRLS—GIRLS—GIRLS! with GEO. A. CLARK
That Versatile Comedian
Big Beauty Chorus of SPECIAL SUNDAY ONLY
GORGEOUSLY GOWHED DANCING GIRLS I rEA . T . c *L Vl .'”° FLAI9 I
~Zrr& ®- Continuous Vaudeville rg: NC .-
WW Going On All the Time—
-1 Until 11 P. M. , N JHE
The" Skelly & Heit, Scott & Christy, Keating A LYRIC
Walton, Frankie Fay and Boys, Nelson & Berry, Helen BALL
Miller* Angel A Fuller* Billy West Faroe, “Roman Scan- ROOM
dal.” % ' ‘“” J
MARINE PROFIT
MANY MILLIONS
Shipping Board Shows Billion
Receipts for 1919.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 14.—'The Ameri
can merchant marine will show a profit
of approximately SIOO,OOO a ship for the
year ,1919. according to preliminary re
ports ln’.the hands of the shipping board
officials today and estimate* of receipts
by the treasury. The gross receipts of
the shipping board for the year 1919 are
today at approximately one bil
lion dollars, and of this sum it is ex
pected that a clear profit of approximate
ly $100,000,000 will be shown. Officials of
tbe shipping board stated today that the
average earning per ship will be about
SIOO,OOO, although one ship last year
netted a profit of ssoo,ooo during a five
months' cruise through the orient.
There are now about 1,400 vessels in
America’s merchant marine.
WASHINGTON, Jen. 14—The Dayles
shipyards. Long Island, N. T.. were to
day sold by the shipping board to A. P.
Alien. There are four uncompleted 5,000-
ton cargo vessels on the ways, and two
substantially completed tugs, together
with six other vessels. It is roughly es
timated that it would Cost the govern
ment about $1,200,000 to finish the work.
Tbe yard is taken over as of Jan. 1, 1920,
and the government receives $2,000,000
for it.
Much Copper Goes
to Germany Now
NEW YORK. Jan. 13.—Large quantities
of copper’ are going into Germany, this
in part accounting for the heavy business
which the copper companies have been
doing during the last month. There
seems to be some mystery as to Just
how Germany is arranging the credits
for the payments here are in dollars.
It is believed that the credits recently
advanced by both Great Britain and
Holland are being used in part to bny
dollar credits here. The copper, It is
understood, is being cleared through
Rotterdam.
Germany, it is said, is planning to
expand Us manufacture of electrical ap
pliances and copper is the raw material
most needed.
AMUSEMENTS.
CONTINUOUS
Entiie New Show Every Monday §
8 BIG FEATURE A
VAUDEVILLE X 8
ACTS U
10-20-30 I
HARPER & BANKS
“PEP, GINGER & JAZZ"
ROMANOFF TRIO g
"Whirlwind Dancers” I
OLUE & CARE W
“RAINDROPS”
ROfA TRIO ~~ I
“MUSICIANS”
SYLVIA N9OREA A CO.
“PERCH WORKERS”
JOSEPH GRI’.ENVmD & CO.
in “LOTS & LOTS”
BENDER & HERR 8
“Acrobats Supreme”
FIFTEEN MINUTES
in “THE PHOTOSHOP” |g
LADIES’ BARGAIN MATINEES 1
MON., WED,, FRL V
RIALTO |
CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
Ladies Get Coupons
for BROADWAY THEATRE
BARG AIN MATINEES
Monday Wednesday & Frida)’
Ball star
VAUDEVILLE 1%
ACTS U m
—lncluding %g
WILLIAM RUSSELL I
-IN THE
LINCOLN HifimjJ
Ex-Soldiers Dance V
on Artificial Legg|
LONDON, Jin. 14-—J anting on an artl -
fleial leg.
The Portman Dance club record* this
miracle.
Twenty-five officers from St. Thom**’
hospital, some of them men who had
never danced before the war lost them a
limb, proved that Sir Arthur Stanley was
right when he said they could dance, an<\
that dancing would increase their useful -i
ness in other spheres. \
The men who made most progress w*reV
those fitted with jointed ankles. Those \
with solid joints "leaned rather heavily,"
so their women partners said.
CHILLS, COLDS,
FEVERISHNES|
Black-Draught Is Used by Virginia
Lady for Colds, Fever and
Other Troubles With
Fine Results. j
Rocky Mount, Va. —Miss Mae rhisj|
wood, of this place, recently statedrt
“I have used Black-Draught for colds I
and stomach trouble and certainly
have found it very satisfactory.
When I would feel bad and fever
ish, as though I was taking a fresh
cold, I would make a good cup of
Black-Draught tea and It would soon
set me all right.
I can recommend it as a splendid
laxative and gladly do so. You may
publish my statement.”
When you feel chilly, tired, fever
ish, headachy and fear that you are
taking cold, take a good dose of the
old, reliable liver medicine you have
heard so much about —Thedford’si
Black-Draught It is made from pure-1
ly vegetable ingredients, acts in a '
gentle, natural way, and by helping
to drive out poisonous waste maUgpi
from your system, it wdll often,'TM
taken in time, prevent a chill froIF
developing into a cold.
Thousands of people, during the
past 70 years, have found Black-
Draught of benefit in such cases.
Try it, the next time you chill or
sneeze.—Advertisement.
Dyspepsia and
Home Life
What a Relief When All the Family
Eat the Same Foods! Avoid
Dyspepsia, Sour Risings, Gat
—lndigestion from Break
fast Sausage to Dinner
Mince Pie. ;
After mother has struggled two
three hours over a hot fire to do
cooking for a hungry family, it is reS
To Be Free of Indigestion Contribute*
Wonderfully to the Happiness of
Home Life.
enjoyment when there isn’t a dyspeptic
Jinx among them Os course, a case of
dyspepsia or daily indigestion must be
looked after. But it is far more to tho
point to prevent as well as to treat sour
stomach, belching, water brash, etc., bv
such a valuable means as Stuart’s Dys
pepsla Tablets. Coddling the stomach
with soft food and predigested stuff
merely invites sluggishness.
Eat your little pork sausages for
breakfast without fears; have a plate of
beans and a piece of pie with cheese for
lunch, and end the day with a real dlu
ner, instead of a bowl of bread and milk.
Follow each meal with a Stuart’s Dys
pepsia Tablet and get right back to your
natural, self.
These tablets digest food and assist
the stomach to prepare the content for
assimilation In the intestinal tract. Thus
you get the practical relief and help
which induces a better appetite and a
f renter freedom in the selection of foods.
ou will find Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets
on sale at any drug store la the United
States and Canada, as they are consid
ered one of the stand-bys by the drug
glst.—Advertisement.
NERVOUS
PROSTRATION
Mrs. J. Christman Proved
That Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound is a
Remedy for this Troubled
Binghamton, N. Y.—“l was in a
very nervous condi tionfor overa year,
■ to see^me^Boc-
Compoumj^was
now well. I recommend it to all
afflicted with nervous prostration.’*
—Mrs. J. Christman, 193 Oak Street*
Binghamton, New York.
The success of Lydia & Pinkhaza's
Vegetable Compound, made from
roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It
may be used with perfect confidence
by women who suffer from nervous
prostration, displacements, Inflamma
tion, ulceration, irregularities, perK*
odic pains, backache, bearing-aown
feeling, flatulency, indigestion and
dizziness. Lydia EL Pinkham’s Vege
table Compound is the standard rem
edy for female ills.
Lgffa &. PtekSemWactea

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