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OMEN OF MIDDLE AGE
'tying Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass ctical Suggestions Given by the Women Whose Letters FoQow „ Fa—"When I was coins h' the Change of Uto Iwu nervous, dizzy end had head I was troubled in this way for ears and was hardly able to do ork My friends advised me to ' ,ydia El Pinkham's Vegetable iund, and I am very sorry that ot take it sooner. But I have results from It and am now > my housework most of the recommend your medicine who have similar troubles, ot like publicity, but if it will ther women I will be glad for use my letter. "-Mrs. Fan 0PEN3TEIN, 882 N. Holly St, Pa. Itroit, Michigan—"During the e of Life I had a lot of stomach e and was bothered a great deal hot flashes. Sometimes I was ble to do any work at all. I read t Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable mound in your little books and it with very good results. I keep and am able now to do all my k. I recommend your medf am willing for you to pub .... testimonial.''—Mrs. J. S. rnois, 2051 Junction Avenue, oit, Mich. ) do I I work. I and my Lvdla E. Pinkham's Private Text-Book upon «Ailments uliar to Women" will be sent you free upon request. Write e Lydia E. Pinkbam Medicine Co, Lynn, Massachusetts, book contains valuable Information. [the Hope Against Hope, ref ore it Is of faith, that It might grace ; which Is of the faith of am, who against hope believed , that he might become the fa of many nations.—Romans 4:16 ll>e, IMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS jere is only one medioine that really Ib out pre-eminent as a medicine for tie ailments of the kidneys, liver and r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the ist for the reason that it has proven just the remedy needed in thousands thousands of distressing cases. ip-Root makes friends quickly be lts mild and immediate effect is realized in most cases. It is a gen healing vegetable compound, rt treatment at once. Sold at all stores in bottles of two sizes, m'dium large. , iwever, if you wish first to test thia preparation send ten cents to Dr. er & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a bottle. When writing be sure and |tion this paper.—Advertisement. Catty. This necklace is solid Ivory." iHow well it suits you, dear."—Lou Jlle Courier-Journal. ' -Sm. is s Miss E. L. Carrel I [Peshastin, Washington.—"When I Jas about fourteen years of age I had operation for appendicitis and the ctor said It would retard dévelop pent until I was 18 or 19 years of age, ut I heard how good Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription was fjr young llrls so I took four bottles of it and ame Into womanhood within a year, lien I started getting healthy and trong. Before I took Dr. Pierce's med fines I weighed only 72 pounds—now I weigh 107. Later in life I took a Ireaking-out on my face. I wrote to Pr. Pierce and he advised me to take pe "Golden Medical Discovery.' I took bottles of it and my skin Is as gmonth as I could wish for."—Miss L. Carrell, Box 24. " r| te Dr. Pierce's Invalid's Hotel \ Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical »dvice or send 10c for trial package of * n .v of his medicines. .. , Concealing Iniquity. Paw, why does Santy Claus wear "Because he has so many ■Christmas neckties, son." Sure Relief for indigestion r fttUiMö INDICÉ STKW Bella ns Hot water Sure Relief , CU.-ANS -T* and 754 Packages, Everywhere "PARIS" PEARLS Uat p^ä-u P V^. S , Cent * iBdMtructible. No *im 0*r Drip* , than $25 per string. It-tnch itr l for 30-inch string and $8.50 for *Usp 14-k. white gold safety velvet bo*. lirai A*enl **♦»<■? , ' i . r ' T l!,sion *•%- Those desiring e .* nce * an<i money-order for î*'-*«e".trTev *L for * or 1111 for nltj Money and postage refunded ^-Finhorr, complete satisfaction 10 Park Pi.. New York. U, BILLINGS, NO. 44-1922. a The critical time of a woman's Ufe usually comes between the years of 45 ana 60, and is often beset with an* noying symptoms such as nervous ness, irritability, melancholia. Heat flashes or waves of heat appear to cation. Another annoying s ym pto m which comes at this time is an inability te recall names, dates or other small facts. This is liable to makes woman lose confidence in herself. She be comes nervous, avoids meeting Strangers and dreads to go out alone. Lydia E. Pinkbam 's Vegetable Compound is especially adapted to help women at this time. It exer cises a restorative influence, tones and strengthens the system, and as sists nature in the long weeks and months covering this period. Let it help carry you through this time of life. It is a splendid medicine for the middle-aged woman. It is prepared from medicinal roots and herbs and contains no harmful drugs or nar cotics. He didn't like white bread—or ready-rubbed tobacco pip liki £«cr Monkey Reasons. It used to be thought that beasts and birds were guided In their action entirely by Instinct, renson playing no part whatever In their dally lives. But now naturalists are not so sure. To learn to use a lever as a mechanical Instrument Implies, cne would think, a certain amount of reasoning power. Yet n monkey kept in captivity em ployed a stick to pry up the lid of a chest which was otherwise too heavy for the animal to raise. And probably he preferred horaecars to the trolley He admitted frankly that his tastes were peculiar. He didn't know why. It was just a matter of fact that while ha was an inveterate pipe smoker, ha never smoked Edgeworth. "But don't let that worry you. I don't like white bread. And there are many other things that nearly every body I know likes—and I don't." We have always recognized that no one tobacco would just hit the taste of every pipe-smoker. We have always known, too, that we couldn't make all the pipe tobacco in the world even if it were possible to make a tobacco that everybody liked. So we have been content to jog along, seeking and finding men who do like Edgeworth, who find its indi vidual fragrance exactly suited to their taste. Those are the men we want to smoke Edgeworth. If we can give them the full joy of smoking and keep our fac tories running somewhere near capac ity, it is about all we expect—and it is enough. One thing we do want to be sure of. It is this: That every pipe-smoker try Edgeworth at least once and judge for himself whether or not it is the right tobacco for him. In a way, it is a selfish desire on our part, for we feel that most real >ipe smokers will :e Edgeworth. But to make it as easy aa possible for you or any other man to test Edgeworth, we will send you free samples if you'll write for them. Just write a postcard to us and send us your name and address. If you would further add the name and ad dress of the dealer from whom you usually buy your tobacco, we would appreciate your courtesy. Edgeworth comes in two fonns Plug Slice and Ready-Rubbed. Edge worth Plug Slice is formed into fiat cakes and then sliced into thin, moist wafers. One slice rubbed for a second between the hands furnishes an aver age pipeful. Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed is al ready rubbed for you. You pour it straight from the can into the bowl of your pipe. Both kinds pack nicely, light quick ly, and burn freely and evenly. Edgeworth is sold in various sizes to suit the needs and means of all pur Kiïïiü BMh pp-ortb BgjrlSta and Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed are packed in small pocket-size Packages, in handsome tin humidors,and ' n various handy in-between quantities. For the free samples address Lana & Brother Company, 52 South 21st Street, Richmond, Va. To Retail Tobacco Merchants: — If your jobber cannot supply you with Edgeworth, Larus & Brother Com pany will gladly send you prepaid by parcel post a one- or two-dozen carton of^ny size Edgeworth Plug Slice or Ready-Rubbed for the same price you would pay the jobber. FINDS FATHER IN LONG HUNT Pair Separated Since Death of Mother Are Reunited by News paper Advertisement. TRAIL LED TO CANADA Son Lost Track of Parsnt After Lsav ing Orphanage to Go to Work— Spends All His Vacations in Search. Montreal.—An advertisement In a local paper and two photographs— one a mental picture of a baby boy and the other a faded, old-fashioned likeness of a man taken thlrty-twd years ago—brought a father and son together In the lobby of a hotel here after a mutual search of fifteen years. When Bernard Levéque's wife died twenty-eight years ago he was obliged to put his two sons, a lad of seven and Barnard, Jr., aged six, in an orphanage at Ogdensburg, N. Y. The older boy died, but Bernard, Jr., thrived and went to New York to work. For fifteen years when permit ted a vacation he spent It In search of his father, with the old-fashlone«' photograph In his possession. Trail Led to Canada. A month ago the son In searching for his parent came across a trail which led to Montreal, where he went a week ago after obtaining three weeks' vacation. His father had been all the while conducting a similar search, but with only a mind picture of the lad. One morning word came to the son's room that a stranger wished to see him In the lobby of the hotel regard ing an advertisement In the local pa per. Carrying the yellowing picture </l/ Embraced the Boy. In hla hand, the boy met an elderly looking man in the lobby. The ma chine-made picture proved useless, as the son with the old photogrnph In nls hand failed to recognize his father. The phantom mind photogrnph was different, as Bernard Leveque, Sr., reached forward and embraced the boy whom he had not seen for twenty eight years. Both wept with Joy and It was not long before a score of guests crowded around the united fa ther and son to listen to their stories of long search and final happy climax. SISTERS HAVE SAME HUSBAND Bigamy Charge Reveals Strange Mar ital Mixup In South Dakota Village. Sioux Fnlls. S. D.—An unusual mat rimonial tangle will occupy the atten tion of a Jury at an approaching terra of Circuit court In Brown county. South Dakota, when Thomns Dunham, a prominent and wealthy farmer llv Ing neat- the village of Hecla. will he tried on a bigamy charge. The arrest of Dunham brought to light a strange triangular matrimonial situation. Two sisters, each legally married to Dunham, according to marriage certlfl cates which were produced In court at the preliminary hearing of Dunham were in court and naturally were keenly Interested in the outcome Their maiden names were Ludle and Hannah Gross. They at one time re sided on their mother's farm In Yank ton county. In the extropi» sortheast ern part of South Dakota. Neithe knew of the other's marriage. Two Babe* Bom a* Hospital Bums. Quebec.—Two children were born jrhile flames were eating their wav through a hospital here. One child wsp bom ns its mother was being ,-arned to snfety. and the other arrived afiei the mother was place«! In a nearby building. Wills Fund for New York Bread Line New York.—A fund to maintain a oread line In'New York City is leG by the will of Frederick Bertnch wealthy business man. who died re cently In England. The will als« leaves $100.000 to assist poor student» through Columbia university 0Y£D HER DRAPERIES, SKIRT AND A SWEATER WITH "DIAMOND DYES" Each package of "Diamond Djrea" con tains directions ao simule that any woman c an dy e or tint faded, shabby akirta, dresses, waists, coats, sweaters, stock ings, hangings, draperies everything like "?«• 4 , Bu r "Diamond Dyes"—no other fand— then perfect home dyeing is gnarsn teed, even if you have never dyed before. Tell your dniggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether * I«««. cotton, or mixed goods. Dia mond Dyes never streak, spot, fade, or run. Bo easy to use.—Advertisement. Not the Influence. "Is thnt man who puts on so many airs under the Influence of llquorr "No," replied Misa Cayenne. "He's a bootlegger. His proud ostentation la due to the affluence of liquor. Children's handkerchiefs often look hopeless when they come to the laun dry. Wash with good soap, rinse In water blued with Red Cross Ball Blue. —Advertisement The Aisle Revue. "Chorus girls In the aisles, heyl "Don't be foolish. Many of our soci ety people come lute to the theater." A Lady of Distinction Is recognized by the delicate fascinat ing Influence of the perfume she uses. A bath with Cuticura* Soap and hot water to thoroughly cleanse the pores followed by a dusting with Cuticura Talcum powder usually meana a clear, sweet, healthy akin.—Advertisement During Hot Waathor. "It's a cold world." "That's a dead Issue, at present."— Louisville Courier-Journal. W. L. bouçicu a _____ and portrait is thé best in own shoe the Stqhest standard of quality at the lose est possible cost. The name and pnee w latnljr stamped an nk h TNKfcMtX fin »5*6*7* *8 SHOES IMS are actually demanded year after year by inure people than any other shoe in the world BECAUSE: /.ram workmanship they are un equaled. Protection against unreason able proflu is guaranteed by the price stamped on every pair. Years of satisfactory service have given them confidence in the shoes and in the pro tection afforded by tbe W.L. Douglas Trade Mark. W.L.DOUGLAS Into .11 of our 110 .tor*, at J factory oo»t. W• do not niak. _ on. oent of profit until tli. g. 11 ,!,, ^ ■boo. are »old to you. It li " worth dollar, for you to remain her that when you buy .hoe. at our .toree TOO PiTONLT ONK PBOriT. No matter wh ereyou lire ihoe dealer, can i ui.ply you with W.L-Dougla. .hoe. Tbeyooat no more ln San Franciaoo than they do In New England. COMPARE our *" d •* »hiI* WWraaL iUoe# „tthnny , $10 or $11 .hoe. mad*. TO iiSUCII ANTS : V « duller m vonr law. handle» W. U Doubla* I hoe», write la- F meiden» da» for ex élut ire right» to W.L Iloaglae Sheet handle Ilm quick lellinq, SOSpark Street qmck tun-oeer hat. tiro eklen. Mm Fate Takes a Hand. Life has many embarrassing mo ments, but this was truly u dreadful one. I was a senior In a large uni versity, and had had a romance with a prominent classmate. After our en gagement was broken we were not on speaking terms, and this wus general ly known. One evening I had been studying at a table In the library reading room when the lights went out. 1 stood up and collided with some one. I In stinctively threw out my arms, and he did likewise. Of course, the lights went on sud lenly, and I found myself embraced tnd embracing ray ex-fiance. Every jne saw us, and we made quite a »eene trying to get out.—Chicago Trib une. Human Radio. Neighbor—Why do you look so tired rr.d sleepy. Mlllicent? Little Mlllicent—Oh, that new baby tt our house—he broadcasts the whole night long.—Kurin Life. \ ///, /, \ CE =nat- 9 rOSTU «32= sas BKia It 's a main highway Pottum eûmes In two forma: Instant Po»tnm (in tins) prepared inetentiy in tbe cup by the addition cf boiling water. Poatum Cereal (In packages), for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal la being prepared; made by boiling fully 20 min a tea. The two forms are equally delicious; and tbe coat is only about Vic per cup. Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. T HE way to satisfaction, comfort and health through Postum, has become a world-wide way. This famous table beverage which has stood the test of twenty-five years, fills every requirement of taste for a hot and invigorating mealtime drink. Unlike coffee or tea. Postum contains nothing that can irritate nerves or disturb digestion. Even the children may safely enjoy it Wouldn't it be well for you to avoid the harm which so many have found in coffee and tea, and protect health while pleasing taste, with wholesome, satisfying Postum? Order from your grocer todayl Postum FOR HEALTH "There's a Reason 09 Don't Be Fooled Low Price and High Quality Don't Go Together, Stick to CALUMET VW Economy BAKING POWDER Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it will only mean disappointments and fail ures on bake-day, wnich are expensive. Calumet Is a High Grade Baking Powder, Moderate In Price V* ■»* **_ When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive in gredients used — such as flour, sugar, eggs and milk. The sale of Calumet is 2H times as much as that of any other brand. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER WestemCanada Vaat stretchc of undeveloped fertile asrlnikuraljand of the hlgheet productlvencee await the eettler in Western Canada. The land p n ae re e re the Mme character of soil as that which ba. produced the high quality of cereala that have carried off the workf'a premierhonors ao many time, in the past ten ye.ra, Native Grastet are Rich and Abundant Cattle fatten upon them without any grain being fed. Limited capital on high-priced larda la not a success, neither can the tenant burdened with high rent, hope to succeed. I. The place to overcome these I» In Western Canada — where land is cheap where a home may be made at low coat, and where dairying, mued /arming and stack raising give an assured profit. Land may be purchased from the Railway Companie* or from re.pon.ible land compnnlea or from prirate owners. Fraa homestead of 1*0 aerea each areto be had in the more remote districts. Vor lltu.tr.tadIIImMra.map. <1 wert p ■ I of fana oeroettiRluaa In ll.nluho, katchawan, Albarta and British Co taoed railway nsee. sU. .write W. t. BLACK Eaalty Bldg., Farge, N. Dak. K. HA0DELAND, Park Hotel. 104 CMtra Aw. BL Fall. Heat Bon of I , Saabatef • Sambia, Semhüôo Want "8ouvenirs" Returned. The French government Is making an appeal to American soldiers who extended their activities as souvenir hunters by taking fragments from the historic Reims cathedral, to send these mementos hack to Reims. Thou sands of members of the A. E. F. vis ited the rnthedrul and many carried away statuary and other elements of fabric from the structure. Some of these were priceless to the French. The reconstruction efforts alin to re place all portions that can be re covered. Didn't Hava That Twin. Two Irishmen who were old friends met In the street one day. "Sure, I met a man last week, and, bedad, I'd have sworn It was yourself," said one. "And wasn't It?" repl!e«l the other. "Dlvll a bit," replied the first. "Rut he was your very image, barrln' tie was a trifle gray. I suppose, now, ye haven't n twin brother a few years older than yoursolfî" Radio Equipment of Airplane. There har been Installed on one ot the litige Goliath biplanes engage«! la the Paris-London aerial servb'e a «•oin blned radio telephone nrul telegraph equipment of It."» wntts antenna output, with a pending range of about 180 miles at tfaO meters' wave length. Tlie complete radio equipment, according to Radioélectricité, weighs only 129 pounds. An alr-pr<>peller-drlven gen erator for six volts and n six-volt apan age .' attery supply the in-cesaary cur rent. A iliree-huih amplifier la used for receiving on all wave lengths be tween .'100 meters and 1,000 inetera.— Scientific American. Work Without Proper Aim. I rt-spect the man w'ho knows dt» tlnctly what he wishes. The greater part of nil the mlaeljef lu the world arls«»a from the fuet ttiat men «lo not «nfflelently understnrnl their own aim» They have undertaken to build a tower, and «p«*n«l no m«<r«» laltor on the foundation than would he necessary to build a hut.—Goethe.