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FRIDAY, OCTUBISK 3, 1814 """ - " .. - i .... nrvi -i. u rtTr ufanT m faHAV6 GENERAL VICTOR DANKL MOriOU JllSl UaSL XVallVVaj I FLAGLER SYSTEM 7.50m J. ISrWj W.f a aii phi i i.tn a.iuMi rLoUNDS DRUG COMPANY Crescent City, rlonat GET INTO THE GAL EARLY! NOW i, the time to get your garden seeds. We have them. Everything fresh. We bay only the best. Get our prices; we will meet anyone else's prices for firet class stock. Headquarter for Pure Drugs nd Chemicals. Patent Medicinei Stationery Florida Souvenir LOUNDS DRUG CO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. CRESCENT CITY NEWS PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mrs. M. S. Miller went to Jackson. Mrs. William Pipe returned on Saturday from an extended visit in Michigan and Canada, and is much improved in health. After Thrilling Chase Negro Is Cap tured By Police Half Buried In Cemetery Jacksonville. A breakneck pursuit of over a mile, during which Corporal Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harris left New Martin E. Cole was obliged to leap York on Monday and are now here several fences on horseback, ended ville on Monday on bus nes connect r the winter. They spent the in the arrest of Ernest ("Pie") Rich- ed with the Beach & Miller Line. summer season at their old home in ard, said by the police to be the most South Deerfield, Mass. , notorious negro outlaw In the city, and The V. I. A. will hold its annual 1 to rwhom the drag-nete has been out Mil . ID REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots on easy terms. WANTED. Shippers of Freight of all kinds to route their shipments by the Steamer CRESCENT of the Beach & Miller Line. Shipments will receive the best of care and prompt attention. Steamer Crescent City leaves Cres cent for Palatka. Jacksonville and way ports at 6.30 m., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leaves" Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. E. T. CLARK, Traffic Manager. Jacksonville. Fla. Crescent City Transfer Co's. Automobile ami Boat Llue. Auto meets all trains at Crescent Cily Junction Night trains by appointment. S. M. LaBREE, Manager. Crescent Citv. Florida. .A.. I- Spencei. Dentist Rev. S. I. Hendrix spent the first J.1 J .U nnlr in To rtlf OHO. ville, where attended the Florida meetta at the hall next Monday , for weeks Conference Sunday-school institute. "'" "" """" j tlme the annua reporta 0f officers Phillip Herlong has gone into the win be read. The executive board pressing and dry cleaning business meeting will be held at 2:30 p. m., ana seems to db onto ms juu uigui. me same aay. "nd I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut and Town Clerk A. E. Lounds wants Miss Mary Haak expected to leave citizens to know that tne tax dooks New London, Connecticut, on Tues are now open, and that taxes and li- day for home, in which case they censes are now due. should arrive here on Thursday even- HJ- -j iwi, littio ing or this morning. Mrs. Hurlbut daughter of Albany, N, Y, arrived j Jh,J late in the summer. Their return has been looked for several days, and their coming is hailed with pleasure by all the towns people. Offles at Residence on Prospect Street. Crescent City, Florida. DR. L. W. DENHAM Dental Surgeon Office, Chamberlin Bldg. Opposite Postoffice. CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA WAR BULLETINS. The Dutch !!ucr Auisteldljk has een captured by a British cruiser. The Austrian steamer Karon Gautsch has been sunk by a mine in the Adriatic. A Rome dispatch says that Rou manla is about to declare war on Aus tria. The French and Ifiitish navies have annexed the island of Lissa, in the Adriatic. A dispatch from Lucerne states that among the last German reservists called up lu Alsace are 30 Tranplst monks. An Amsterdam dispatch says that eighteen trainloads of wounded Ger mans passed through Aix-la-Chap-pelle from France. A casualty list received from the British general headquarters in the field under date of September 22 gives the names of S5 officers killed, 64 others wounded and 13 missing. The German ship Ossa, of 1,800 tons, bound from Portland, Ore., for Ipswich with a cargo of wheat anu barley, was brought into Falmouth, Eng., having been captured by a Brit ish warship. The French ministry of marine an nounced that the French gunboat Surprise, on September 21, took pos session of Coco Beach, In Kamarun, the German colony in Western Equa torial Africa. The British steamer Indian Trlnce has been sunk by a German cruiser off the South American coast, ac cording to a news agency dispatch received from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Another attempted invasion of Ser via by the Austrian has been re pulsed, after bloody fighting, accord ing to an official announcement by the Servian war office. In a dispatch from Rome the cor respondent of the London Central News says the Italian authorities have issued a decree prohibiting all serial navigation over Italian territory. S100 Reward. $100. The readers of this paper win oe here last week for a stay of some time and are stopping at the Turner House. Miss Hilda Sonne who has been spending the summer season with her sister, Mrs. Dr. Beggs, left on the early morning train Saturday for her home in New York. Her many friends here are hoping she will soon return. , Messrs. Glynn and Darling arrived last week direct from down in Maine, where they have been spending a large part of the summer on the coast fishing and listening to what the wild waves were saying. They ire stopping at Grove Hall. At the evening service of the Pres byterian church last Sunday, Mrs. C. O. Chamberlin rendered a solo. Other members of the choir are: Miss Helen Norton .organist and directress, Mesdames Spencer, Denham, Schem ers, and Mr. Chester Norton. Mrs. Paul C. Smith returned on Monday from n visit to her daughter in Archer, Alachua county. Mr. Smith, who has business in Jackson ville this week, will also . run over to Archer for a day or two, where he has a bank, a daughter and a grand daughter. Julius C. Grimsley will probably be the first to make shipment of fruit from this place. He expected to send forward about 300 boxes of grapefruit this week. From .his fine grove on the east side of the lake, Mr. Grimsley is usually one of the first to send fruit to the market. Mrs. Gill returned last week from Detroit whither she went several weeks ago in company with Mr. Wil liam Pipe to consult a specialist con cerning her failing sight. It is to be regretted that no hope is now held out that her sight can be restored. Mrs. Gill is at present with her son, Mr. A. E. Lounds. M. H. White and daughter, Mrs. Benham, returned last Friday evening from Daytona Beach, where thev have been spending the summer. K M White and Miss Gertrude Ben ham returned the same afternoon, coming over in Mr. White's motor. Mr White senior, states that for tne past three weeks there has been some rough weather and old ocean ha? been doing some sure-enough rolling; he enjoved it. He also says that the bass fishing during the northeaster was fine and some excellent catenas were made. Contractor John Rafferty has had a busy summer and has some three or four houses to his credit for the ceasdn's work.. Most Jof these are in the suburbs. Mr. Rafferty is a wholly reliable builder who does ex cellent work at a modest price. That is one reason why he is always busy. Audley Eaton has returned from down state points where he has been busy all summer putting up packing houses anu insuiiiiiiK cleaning and sizing machinery . He will now remain at home havinir completed his work south for the sea son. ' Rev Shnll Burris the new pastor of the Presbyterian church, with Mrs. Burris and their infant child, ar- i VyAov pvpnincr and on Satu- day were settled in the manse, which had been prepareu im i"" by the ladies of the Aid Society. On Sunday Mr. Burris preached to o-nnH eonirreeations both morning and evening, making a fine impression. The new pastor is a young somewhat above 30 with a fine pres ence, and is a vigorous gospel preacher. That he may be successful hi work will be the hope of all who have been making this church their i:;o v,nmo Mr. Burris comes from Laona, Forest Co., Wis., and not from Iona, Minn., as stated in lne News last week. This is his first ;; tn Florida, and so far he seems pleased with the change. Rev. Alfred Taylor and wife who have been spending tne summer . i?i0r,H ore hnvine unforseen dim culties in getting out of that country t,.,;o have thev failed in getting pas. sage as engaged, and now it seems they have another promise of getting awav on the Steamship Grampian on n. oth int... which will bring them to Crescent City about the latter part of the month. Their passage was ui,.i fnr tho Rtpamshin Calganan j oftorwarHs this was transferred n the Alsatian, but the latter boat .., token hv the covernment. Be o nf his enforced absence, Mr. TovW hns asked Mr. William i lue the lay-reader appointed by the Bis'i on of 'the diocese, to conduct service until his return. Mr. Pipe will there fnro nrenrh at the Episcopal Church of The Holy Comforter next Sunday at 10:45 a. m. The local Citrus Exchange has se cured the packing house at the junc iinn fnrmerlv used bv the Hardee Hunt people and will begin immedi otolw tn make the necessary altera tinns and imDrovements. G. H. Duggins came last week to take the mnnniTPinpnt of the exehanee packing business here for the season, and with Mrs. Duggins has secured rooms with Miss Lucv Gautier. Mr. Burr, the exchange promoter who spent some weeKs nere eany in me summ Capt. and Mrs. Geo. S. Crotty and children returned from North Caro lina last Friday morning. Mrs. Crotty and the children have been spending the summer at a mountain point some 11 miles from Henderson ville, and Capt. Crotty only a short time. But he likes the pleae and has purchased a mountain farm on which he has had an apple orchard set out. With the farm he also fell heir to an old log cabin that was built more than a 100 years ago and which in consequence was in a state of dilapidation until Capt. Crotty repaired it. He wants his son to spend a part of his life in this cabin so that when he becomes a states man he can "point with pride" to the days when he lived in a log cabin and got his education by burn ing the mid-night candle. "There are some stones on the place," said the captain, "and some very thrifty oak trees, and a cleared place running sort 'o perpendicular where I hope to grow some apple pies like mother used to make. We also have a very fine view; in fact the view is one of the most valuable features of the farm. Corn grows well there as also do persimmons and fried chick en. It's a sure pretty place." The Citrus Canker. At the meeting of growers held ut Gainesville last week, the matter of financing a campaign to eradicate the Citrus Canker was thoroughly dis cussed. The growers present vot ed to tax themselves 50 cents per acre of trees five years of age and under and $1 per acre of trees over five years of age. A per centage of this was to be made available at once and the remainder on demand. Grow ers throughout the state will be call ed on to do likewise. Many men in the audience who have no groves asked to be taxed the same as if they owned 50 to 100 acres of bearing trees. Contributions can be sent to the Florida Growers and Shippers League, Orlando, Fla. Every owner of a grove should support this work. The Canker is the most dangerous dis ease that has yet gotten into the state. Mr. Tenny, manager of the League is meeting with great success in his fight to get rid of it. A Clean-up Week. The street committee of the town council and the V. I. A. have agreed to join forces next week for a gen eral clean-up campaign of the town. Work will begin on Monday and will continue through the entire week. The town is going to have consid erable work done on the streets and the V. I. A. members are trying n arouse enthusiasm on the part of all citizens to join forces and mane me week one for a campaign of cleaning. It is hoped that all citizens will see the importance of this work and that there will be a general muvemeui. nlong the line from Whitevuie to m r nW and from David Dawes' line to the Burton road, a campaign for clean ing up the streets and yaras oi weens and sandspurs and an Kinus ui ua.. This is important work. Crescent City is a natural beauty spot but as there are many people here some get careless, throw waste papers in the street and allow other unsightly stuff to accumulate. The point of the ladies of the V. I. A. is well taken. The tide of northern travel has set in; soon the town will be filled with visitors. iney are o.. the way. Let us all take a hand in this movement for a clean town in order that we may make a better im pression on strangers and have a high er regard for ourselves. Let us make Crescent Ulty tne reai utnuy cned bv nature to be. Ev erybody do something. Clean up your own vard and burn the trash; then get out into the street and oo uiiio. FLORIDA NEWS NOTES. The chase, which began near Eighth and Davis streets, terminated In the negro cemetery in that vicinity, where the much-wanted black youth was found half covered up in an empty grave. FLORIDA NEWS NOTES The city commissioners at Pensa- cola held their first meeting following the recall election. but made no changes in the heads of departments, Two vacancies exist, one as comptrol ler and the other judge of the record court There were fifteen or pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has mi- ... ln nil (to atnms And that I. Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh Cure j trying to effect an organization, was Is the only positive cure now known nere jast week to line tip the to the meau-ai iraieinny. members The local organization el,fstC.,unUaV01ead.,: "VtiSvl Sates some of the leading grow-' Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, act-I ers 0f his section and the communi lntt directly upon the blood and mu-1 , . . b congratulated that the rJZi W:' Change has Cat fast secured a foot s. ase. "and RivinK the patient strenuth 1 inf, here. There are a great many by buiidiiiK up the constitution and jj growers who will welcome an TVl'or? h'aVs'omu a,kh Opportunity to ship. through this or in its curative powers that they offer i pi;nization after it is once firmly -One Hundred Dollars for any case that t ablhed, but it is somewhat doubt IL',!0 CUre- 'Adn.U'sr: ful if they will consent to sign the V. J. CHKNKY A CO.. Toledo, O. contract which will bind them to .,1.1 hv lructflsts. 7:e. Take Halle family pills for cons pation. t, their part of the expense for the ini tial year, twenty applicants for the latter posl tion and several for comptroller, but the matter was not even considered. The two local freights, one running between Live Oak and Jacksonville and the other between here and River Junction, which the Seaboard took off about two months ago have been put back on again, as the through train between Jacksonville and River Junc tion put on to handle the business be tween these two points was unable to handle the freight. Fire totally destroyed the large de partment store of C. B. Harrison at Bushnell. The store was closed for the night about 6:3' o'clock and with in about fifteen or twenty minutes af ter Mr. Harrison and his assistants, had left the building it was discover ed to be on fire. The fire originated in the rear of the furniture depart ment and within ten minutes after It was first seen the entire huildins was enveloped in flames. It was impos sible to save much of anything, only a few articles being rescued. With in about thirty minutes the whole building had collapsed and a $i0.00 stock of goods had been reduced to ashes. It is understood that this was about half covered by insurance. The mayors of all West Florida towns about fifteen in number will meet in Pensacola on October 8 to discuss plans for taking care of the cotton crop. Mayor Greenhut, acting on the re quest of the mayor of Atlanta, sent out letters to the mayors of the West Florida towns requesting them to meet here and discuss the matter. With the exception of Jackson county, West Florida counties do not produce a great quantity of cotton and it is the belief that the crop of this section can be cared for by the buy-a-bale movement, especially as a number of the large concerns of other cities doing business here, have authorized their agents to assist the movement. The town council of Eustis at an adjourned session considered hard surfacing the streets of Eustis. A resolution was adopted asking an At lanta company, who have been en gaged in getting up plans and speci fications for a bond issue for sewer age and paving, to submit an esti mate of the cost of hard surfacing many of the principal thoroughfares of Eustis with sand-oil. The assess ment has been made for the city, and accepted by the council showing a valuation of considerably over a mil lion dollars. Now that the amounts of the assessment Is known the council will go ahead with the plans for calling an election at an early date Recount of the votes cast in the recent primary election at Bartow for the candidates for county treasurer has been completed and the result shows that Warner G. Jones, who was declared to be the winner by the of ficial canvassing board was high man and entitled to the nomination. Jones' vote was some sixty-three greater than the vote cast for E. J. Young in the primary and Young was of the opinion that Bome ballots for him had not been properly counted. The case was taken before Circuit Judge Whit ney, who after some delay, ordered a recount. The recount showed a change of only two votes from the original county. British Consul J. W. Morris at Tam pa is endeavoring to locate H. T. Gibson-Craig, an Englishman, who, by the death of his brother, Sir A. C. Gibson Craig, becomes the head of the house of Craig in Scotland, a member of the house of lords and Inherits a large es tate. Sir A. C. Gibson-Craig was cap tain in the Highland infantry and was recently killed at the battle of the Marne in France. M. T. Gibson-Craig came here last spring with John H. Pain, a landscape architect, who locat ed at Tampa, coming from London. He was with Mr. Pain until May, when he went to live with a friend named Casey, who owns a large place called Shamrock Hall, some twelve miles out in the country from Bartow. The con sul hopes to get trace of the new peer through Mr. Casey and notify him of his brother's death and his inheritance. The statement made at Washington. D. C, by Senator D. U. Fletcher of Florida, chairman of the senate com mittee on commerce, that the recom mitting of the rivers and harbors bill to that committee with the recommen dation that it be limited to $20,000,000 would not injure Florida waterway im provements which have already be gun or which have been provided for in former acts of congress; and the Insertion in the Congressional Record of a speech by Congressman S. M. Sparkman of Florida replying to at tacks on the bill were features of this week. The University of Florida opened this year with the largest attendance in the history of the institution, the reelstrar's office showing an enroll ment of 305 at the present time, which an Increase of almost one hundred now (lent over that of last year. The law school has enrolled seventy stu dents, which is considered most prom ising. The total enrollment of this de partment of the university last year was seventy-seven. The last legislature passed a bill modeled after the Arkansas drainage law which gives land owners the right and privileges to organize drainage districts and bonds the lands of the district for drainage and reclamation purposes. Since that act was passed several smaller districts have been so organized, but the largest of any was that comprising 265,000 acres in the counties of Orange, Osceola and ure- vard. Judge Daniel A. Simmons ot Duval county signed a decree formally establishing this as a drainage district Collins Gillett ot Tampa, who has large nursery and citrus fruit inter ests in Florida, has offered to be one of fifty Floridians who will contrib ute $1,000 to a fund to aid in the state's fight on the newest pest to .hotoT, the eroves citrus canker. ir Gillett has notified General Victor Dankl Is ths Austrlsn commander whose army has been un successfully opposing ths advance of the Russians In Guilds. an- Germans Claim Victories Berlin. The following official nouncement was made: In the siege of Antwerp forts Wa- vre, St. Catherine and Dorpweld have been taken and Fort Waelhem invest ed. Termonde, an important strate gical point, has been occupied. 'On our western wing a new French attempt to encircle our forces has been repulsed. The French have been ejected from their positions south of Roye. ' Sorties from Toul were repulsed with heavy losses." Mine Sinks Dutch Ship London. A dispatch from Amster dam says the Dutch steamer Nieuwl and, from Goole, England, to Rotter dam, struck a mine in the North sea and sank. Servians Repulse Austrians Paris. The Servians on the front from Zvornlk, Bosnia, to Loznitsa, Servia, along the river Drina, have re pulsed violent attacks and inflicted heavy losses on the Austrians. Japs Disregard Chinese Pekin Without further diplomatic controversy the Japanese are proceed ing along the railway to Tsinan. Their troops at Wei-Hsien, who occupied the station there, have been reinforced. Roumania Remains Neutral London. The Rome correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph has sent the following dispatch: 'A message from Bucharest, Ru mania, announces that the president of the council of the crown and the con servative and democratic leaders have decided to ask King Charles not to hold the council meeting fixed for this week, saying there is no need for Roumania to change her policy of neutrality." 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Enterpriie Junction. 206 1.30PSJ 12. 40 PS 11. 84 AS 11. 20 AS n m , n, v. -l .v. ;.. -yih trftini mi be exoectcd to arrive at and depart law V...". 1 . J..,i,,reat tbe time! atated u not guarenteea nor rn .'"?.." m'LZiH for anv delay or any conatquencea ariiing therelro tail company to be held reiponiible for any delay or any conatquencea armng eaange witaoui aeuco, ifrom. Subject t J. D. RAHNER. General Paaeenter Agent, St. Auguatlne, Florida BHBBMOBaHaaaHBBEBCBOBCBBaUB I ATLANTIC COAST LINE j 1 O STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH O I O Daily Trains to the East g Daiiy No. 82 No. 86 No. 80 B Tv .Taoksonville 8.30 a.m. ,2.20 p.m. 7.55 p.m. Ar Savannah 12.45 p.m. 6.25 p.m. 12.10 a.m. Ar' Richmond 5.25 a.m. 10.15 a.m. 8.00 p.m. Ar' Washington 9 00 a.m. 1.35 p.m. 11.50 p.m. Ar' New York. 2.57 p.m. 7.50 p.m. 7.13 a.m. No 82 Florida and West Indian Limited. Free Steel Re- g dining Chair Cars to Washington; electric lighted and fans. No. 86 Palmetto Limited Free Steel Reclining Chair Cars ' to Washington : electric lighted and fans. No. 80 Coast Line Florida Mail. Local sleeper to Savannah. Steel Pullman Cars of the highest class operared on all trains. Atlantic Coast Line Dining Cars operated on Trains 82 and 86 For information and Pullman reservations apply to your local agent A. -V. PRITOT Division Passenger Agent. 138 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. crrr.r.rrr.srcri.TiflecEiJCKt-t Exchange of Prisoner Begun London. The British and German government have begun exchanging lists of prisoners of war through the the American Ambassador Page, pre paratory to arranging an actual exchange. Germany's Army Of Unemployed Geneva. A report received here from Munich estimates that 2,000.000 men and women are idle In Germany and that the number of unemployed la increasing dally. Lack of raw material, It is said, Is the cause. IN STERLING LIVES A GIRL Who Suffered As Many Girls Do Tells How She Found Relief. Sterling, Conn. "I am a girl of 22 years and 1 used to faint away every month and was very weak. I was also bothered a lot with female weakness. I read your little book ' Wisdom for Wo men, ' and I saw how others had been helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound, and decided to try it, and it has made me feel like a new girl and I am now relieved of all these troubles. I hope all young girls will get relief as I have. I never felt better n my life. ' '-Miss Bertha A. Peloquin, Box 116, Sterling, Conn. W. A. MERRYDAY GO. DEALERS IN Crate Material of all Kinds. Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. PALATKA - FLORIDA GERMANS RETREAT. Masaena. N.Y. "I have taken Ly dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I highly recommend it. If anyone i wants to write to me 1 will giaaiy leu i her about my case. I was certainly in Governor , , ondition M my blood was all turn- Tramniell of his offer. I in tn watir. I had pimples on my face . . . . - . , 1 r .- T 1 1 News of Interest to every buiuiuu- and a baa color, ana ior live ytnu a um Reported Victory For the Russian Armies. The official atiitenient from pen eral staff headquarters at Petrojjrad rends : "The battle of Aunustowo ended Octnliir 3. in a victory for the Rus sian linns. The German defeat U comiilcle. The enemy Is ill a disorganized tn at toward the east Prussian fron tier. The valiant Russian troops ail in close pursuit, the Hermans aban doning in their desperate maroll trains, cannon and munitions, not having even time to gather up thell wounded." First comes the infant, word for the tender cares of a fond mother, then the urchin plodding along to school under his load of books, from which he hopes to gain wisdom and knowledge sufficient to meet the vi cissitudes of life and fit him for the more strenuous trials he has to master. ATTACK ON ANTWERP. dated Germans ,Beg Time to Bury Thelt Dead. A dispatch from Antwerp, Sunday night, says: "The (ieruians have been repulsed. They asked for a two-hour nrmistics to liiirv their dead, but the Belgians ri'f.iscd to comply. "The Belgians hav destroyed all the bridges over Mie river Netha. The liciiuiins attempted unsuccess fully to rebuild the bridges." FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford's Black-DrangnL McDuff, Va. "I suffered lor several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi this place, "with sick headache, and stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to trt am, Thedford's Rlack-Draupht. which I i and 1 found it to be the best family medi cine ior young ana oia. I keep Black-Dratfght on hand an the time now, and when my children feel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and il does them more good than any medicine thev ever tried. bilist using the Kast Coast highway been troubled with suppression. The What Wsr Costs France. We never have a long spell of sick, was the announcement that the noto- doctors called it 'Anemia and Exhaus- waf g (.osti vrane tT.000.-' ness in our family, since we commenced rious thirteen miles of sand extending tion.'and said I was all run down but t0 ,n 0fficui j using Black-Draught." southward from 1'ellicer creeK 10 me . Lydia K. nnknam s vogewo e vo.n- .,,,, llf Minister.fFinni.ee l neaiora s DiacK-uraugni is purely Moody boulevard thirty-two miles pound brought me out all right' -Miss KveU will i this enormous ex- veg;etable. and I has been lound to regu- ;outhyof Bt A.us,.ne on the John La visa Mv'RES, Box 74, Massena, N.Y. aruly of j Anderson highway Is at once to Vftlln Girls. Hcod This Advice, men "will be in rag at the end of ; headache, Sick stomach, and similar placed in good condition. iounuui , npnths of (he war seeonllng i symptoms. T7r i- seldom worth Girls who are troubled w-ith painful or tn wnrnins rrom M. rtalli. Intro-1 U has been In constant use for more Cheap notoriety is seldom woun invfro,nr periods, backache, headache, ; dlK.iue al aln,eBl for winter clothing ! than 70 years, and has benefited more wliai it cosia. rirae-trine-down sensations, i ai n ii ur . , t .,.. s!,.,d in L Matin .' than a mi lion neon e. failures in life are enils0rindicestion.should immediately , r H,j.t . anA r,rnmm,.ri. erv man's credit is jrood when it ' Black-Drausiht. Price only 25c. Get a mmes to horrowinr? trouble. Package to-dav. N.ti2a quitter. . ,. . wnai u i-u&ia. , dragg:ng-down sensations, i am uhk ; ur tll Almost all the failures in life are Eponsor jndiKestion.should immediately , ' by those who are toot willing to fitfht restoration to health by taking Ly-1 to the last ditch. Nobody likes ' , Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. comes