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WORKING WOMEN Some Have to Keep on Until T hey Almost Drop. How Mrs. Conley Got Help. Hore is a letter from a woman who hail to work, but was too weak and suf fered too much to c tluue. How she regained health : Irani; fort, Ky. —"I suffered so much with female weakness that I could not do my own work, had to hire it done. I heard so much about Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound that I tried it. I took three bottles and I found it to bo all you claim. Now I feci as well as ever I did and am able to do all my own work again. 1 recommend It to any woman suffering ! from female weakness. You may pub lish my letter if you wish. ’’—Mrs. James Conley,6l6 St. Clair St.,Frank fort.Ky. No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham’s Veg etable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be n most valuable tonic and invigoratorof the female organism. All women are invited to write to the Lydia K. I‘inklmni Medi cine Co., Lynn, Mass., for special advice,—it will be contldcntiaL That Was the Rule. A vi'it-mn «nr conductor in iloHton ncnil.v lust Ills Job mill wits obliged to Hike tin* IM‘XI bust thing 111- could find, tin* |Hisitiun of »fXtoii in a churrli. Il<- |i|-rs«Mltrd tin* rullrrtiuii hux to n jiillni* of tin* rliiirrli om* Siiiuluy ami in fishing out sonic cluing** from Ills vrst |MH'krt tin* innli brought to light two cigars. Tl;.* «*x-conductor Iranril ov«*r him mill in tlm must solemn of tunes snld: “Smokin' in tin* tliri*i* rear s«*uts only” Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOKIA. that famous uhl remedy fur infunts ami children, uml see that it Bean the Signature of i niKiiamieui i A- ryr ex la I'se for Over 30 Years. Children Grv for Fletcher’s Castoria Had a Rest Coming. An Irishman had Just gut a juh in a miititiiuu fuetury which promised well, but In* was distinctly nnuuyed tu s«*e the munngcr watching bin. tlxnlly fur mi hour til a time. The survelllam*e seemed iiisiilllug to I'nt ami after a liitb* lie cuiihl stand it no lunger. "I say." lie nsked, "i-* watching me nil ye have tu do?” iimovered the mu linger, curt ly. “IWshtd. thin." said Put. “If it Is ye’ll Ih* idle tomorrow.” Nerves All On Edge ? .lu*-I a» nerve wear in a chum* of kidney I weakness, eo in kidney trouble a cause of nervousness. Anyone who has hack a< he, nervousness, “blues,'’ headaches, dizzy spells, urinary ills and s tired, worn feeling, would do well to try Doan's Kidney Pills. This safe, relia ble remedy is recommended by thou sands who have had relief from just such troubles. A Colorado Case Mrs. J. E. Wright, *l2 i: 8-. St. ■; ’ fue1,1... Col.- . says , /v 'I blttnc* my kid- t .‘T n e y trouble to drinking ulk.-ill wa- JT / ' ter. Sherp pains In Mu / niy I.H'-k n.i\- in- 1 k- ‘isi-iVi'Ol:'. l ' trreai mjfr r - 1 md b~ Base lit wV n M IMII* entirely rid me of these aliments and I have never had the least need of u kidney medi cine since.” Ge* Doan’s at Any Store, 50c a Box DOAN’S VSSY. POSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. Pf.Y. The Army of Constipation Is Growing Smaller Every Day. CARTER’S LITTLE LIVER PULS are i responsible they - X y Cart er’s nfntlyfflreC..-/ggg«y 1 |LY l e l ? r lions u s | ' Biliousness, * Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE Genuine must bear Signature NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS ! CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABCUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Western Newspaper Union New* Service. ABOUT THE WAR Two German destroyers sunk and one British transport anil one destroy er lost in battle in channel. | The Rumanian fort of Constanxa has been captured by the Germans, the war office at Berlin announced. Little activity reiorted from east ern front; Russians repulse German attack; Russians forced to retire near Goldovitclii. I German submarine warfare directed against Norwegian vessels contl iaes to an alarming degree, several more sinkings being reported. Berlin rejiorrs capture of important city of Cbernavoda in the Dobrudja offensive and tho continued retreat of the Russo Rumanians. Lord Sydeham and Karl Grey charge United Stales with breach of neutrality in recent German subma rine raid off Atlantic coast. Lloyd’s announces that the Norwe gian steamer I’ll. 1,138 tons; the Dan ish steamer llelga, 1,182 tons: the Greek steamer Ails and the Norwe gian steamer Drafn have been sunk. Weather hampering operations on the Somme front in France, although the French claim renewed successes in repelling German attacks at Ver dun and have made advances in the direction of Fort Vaux. A figiit between Carranza troops and Villa bandits occurred at Babl cora. seventy-five miles south of Casas Grandes and fifteen miles west of Mamiquipa, In which the Villa bandits were defeated and four pris oners taken. Four tons of projectiles were dropped by a French air squadron of twenty-four machines on blast fur naces north of Metz and on the Metz and Thlonville stations, the Paris war office announced in its report of avi ation activities. General von Mackensen’s forces continuing their offensive in Dobrud ja without Interruption, driving the armies before them. Rumanians report * successes at some joints. Continued progress reported also by Von Falkenhayn in direction of Campuioung, south of Predeal, on the Transylvania front. WESTERN Two Jockeys and two soldiers were j injured at the Southern Arizona fair at Tucson. I Automobile thieves in Chicago so far in 191 G have stolen 2,571 cars, of which 801 have not been recovered. | At San Francisco the United States army authorities advertised for women to aid in securing recruits for 1 the army. Three nten were probably mortally | burned and four others less seriously ! injured by a powder "flare up" at the 1 Haskell plant of the E. 1. Du Pont | Powder company at Haskell, N. J. The wholesale price of high grade family flour was advanced to $lO a barrel in Chicago, the highest price since the civil war. This is an in- I crease of 30 cents within two days. ! No national guardsmen in the serv ice of the United States government j may vote In Texas in the general election Nov. 7. for national and state offices, it was ruled by the Texas at | torney general’s department. WASHINGTON Miss Margaret Draper, known as the “richest girl In New England," be came the bride of Prince Andre Bon conipagni of an old and once wealthy Italian family. Sinking of the British steamer Hunt stall by a submarine and the turning of the Norwegian steamer Se vera are added to the list of maritime disasters in the war zone. The National Association of Attor neys General, composed of the law of fleers of the various states, in which Colorado is represented, filed an in "te resting brief with th*- United Btat< I Supreme Court in the Ohio 'blue sky" case. The historic names, Congress, United States, Alliance and Ranger, probubly will appear again in American navy lists with tho christening of the four giant battle cruisers, bids for which will be opened at the navy department in December. THE LAMAR REGISTER. FOREIGN The 4.200-ton British steamship Mid land has been sunk. The threatened strike of conductors and trainmen of the Canadian Pacific railway has been called off. The American fishing schooner Richard W. Clarke, has been captured in the Valera around Iceland and taken to Grimsby. German aerojilanes on the Somme front mad** more than r." • raids on the Anglo-French positions Oct. 22, says the Overseas News Agency. Government agents claim to have received additional confirmation of Villa's reported defeat of Gen. Carlos Ozuna's Carranza column at Palomas, eighteen miles west of Chihuahua City. At Farnum, Quebec, nineteen per sons— five children, eight women and six men—were believed to have lost their lives in the fire which destroyed ' St. Elizabeth hospital. There were ! 218 persons in the hospital The funeral of Count Karl Sturgkh, late Austrian premier, was held in the cathedral of St. Stephens at Vienna. Archbishoj) Plffl officiated. Emperor Francis Joseph was represented by Arch.luke Leopold Salvator. The body was taken to Halbenrain, the pre mier’s former home, for burial in the family tomb. Pope Benedict has decided to hold a secret consistory Dec. 4. and a pub lic consistory Dec. 7, at which he will create new cardinals. The red ha' will be conferred on Mgr. Count Raf faele Scapinelli, former papal nuncio at Vienna, and Mgr. Fruewerth. form er nuncio at Munich. Monstgnor Fruewerth will be replaced at Munich by Mgr. A versa, papal nuncio at Ftrnri, who is now on his way to Roma. An ore train was burned, railroad bridges were destroyed and the track of the Mexican Central railroad cut by bandits near Ortiz, about forty miles soutti of Chihuahua City, an American who arrived at El Paso, Tex., from Chihuahua City reported. He said traffic had been suspended between Chihuahua City and Torreon on the railroad. The American also brought a report to the border that Villa’s troo|*s were planning to attack Parral. Jiniinez, Sania Rosalia and Torreon soon, as well as Chihuahua City. SPORTING NEWS The mare Mabel Trask has won more than $30,000 in the harness events of the seuson just closed. Alexander Brown, widely known \ polo player of Philadelphia, fell from | his hydroaeroplane into the Delaware river at Essiugton. and was drowned. The Chicago Americans will condi j tlon themselves for next season's work j by practicing with minor league 1 teams, according to an announcement at Chicago. Young Abeam. Brooklyn middle weight, outpointed l«en Rowlands, Mil- j waukee, in a ten round no-decision con test at Milwaukee, by the exclusive use of r. light left Jab. “Chick" Evans of Chicago, national open and amateur golf champion, and . Martin J. Condon of Memphis were defeated, 1 up, by Ned Sawyer of Chi cago and J. P. Kdrington. a Memphis, player. In an eighteen-hole exhibition foursome at the Memphis, Tenn., ' Country Club. Johnny Dunn of San Francisco. 140 pounds, and Kid Marlow of St. about the same weight, who fought a fast 15 round draw at Victor, Colo.. i Oct. 14 before the Elks’ Athletic club. have been matched to go over the i twenty-round route at the Victor 1 Opera house Nov. 13. A fight in which players on both i sides and more than a hundred sjtec tii tors participated broke up the Tu lane-Mississippl college game at Jackson. Miss., shortly after the fourth | period had started. The game was called as soon as the police could , restore quiet and the official score keeper declared Tulane the victor 13 I to 3. GENERAL ! At Toledo. Ohio, flour went to sll a I barrel on Friday j Col. Theodore Roosevelt celebrated his fifty-eighth birthday by making three speeches. James W Gerard, American anibas sador to Germany, went to Shadow Lawn to discuss with President Wil son what the ambassador character tzed later as "every phase of the sit uation involved in my work at Berlin.'' Clyde Ingram, a college student, was shot and seriously wounded in a ctowded court room at Aberdeen, Miss., by G. G. Miller, father of Miss Mary Miller, a young school teacher, in connection with whose death In gram and two physicians were on trial. President Wilson, In four speeches at Cincinnati, Ohio, declared for a so ciety or nations that will fight any thing contrary to the interests of hu • inanity. He asserted that unless Am erica leads in such a movement she will not be able to keep out of the next war. The Flavor Lastsl Rosy cheeks, bright teeth, good appetites and digestions yes, the reward for the regular use of Wrigley’s is benefit as well as pleasure! Sealed Tight Kept Right Write Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., - Chicago, for free copy of the ffiSET j lip Wrigley Gum-ption Book. “Chew it after every meal!" Correct One Way. Tcnclier—ltnhhy, *|s*ll “yesterday." Bobby (with Ills eyes on the calen dar) —W-e-d-n-e-o-d-n-y. w A GRATEFUL OLD LADY. Mrs. A. G. Clemens, West Alexan der. Pa., writes: I have used Dodd’a Kidney Pills, also Diamond Dinner Bills. Before using them 1 had suf- fered for a numlter of years with backache, also tender spots »n spine, and had at times hluek floating specks l**fore my eyes. I also had lum bago and heart trou ble. Since using tills medicine I have been relieved of my snf- Mn. A.G. Clemen* fering. It is agreeable to me for you to publish tills letter. I am glad to have an opportunity to say to all who are suffering as I have done that I obtained relief by using Dodd’s Kid ney Pills and Diamond Dinner Pills. Dodd’s Kidney Pills 50c per box ut your dealer or Dodd’s Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Dodd’s Dyspepsia Tab lets for Indigestion have b»*eu proved. 50c per box. —Adv. Women seldom care about the an swers to all the questions they pro pound. A mail who seeks damages in court is apt to get more Ilian lie’s looking for. BAD COMPLEXION MADE GOOD When All Else Fails, by Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. If you aro troubled with pimples, blackheads. redneßß, roughness, itching and burning, which disfigure your com plexion and skin. Cuticura Soap and Ointment will do much to help you. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address poßtcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere. —Adv. Safe. Black—l want to put niy money into something safe! White —Try a fireproof vault. — ’.a mb. Plenty of Those Everywhere. “Any cheap sites about your subur ban place?” “Lots of cheap parasites.” Robbed Her. “Everyliody says my daughter got her bounty from me.” “How selfish of her to take it!” It Is. “Isn’t that gazelle there u cute llttlo creature?” * •'( >]i. isn't he n dear!” Dl If*lf LOSSES SURELY PREYENTfI DLAIIt Rare? LEG|pS®r C vaccina* fall. Writ*k*booklet endl**ti iwhll. (gig tO-doss gkg. Blackleg PHI*. 11 M SQ-4.** Skg. Blackleg Bill. $4.90 Lite ur l»lector. but C utter'• •Implex and Srongrw The superiority ol Cutter prtvi.l.t» is due to orrrlt rear* oi »pert*ll*tn* in YACCIWSS .ASP, SSOPMS DULY. INSIST OS CUITSS *. II u»oU*i*n*l«. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved la water for douches stop* pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes. Economicsd. Ha* extraordinary cleansing and gennickial power. 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