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how two men ED OPERATIONS ESCAP Doctor Advised Use of LydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Happy Results in Both Cases StJoseph, Missouri. "Both of my ides swelled and hurt me so that I could not move or do any of my work. There was heavy pressure and pains through my lower organs ana the doctor told me to try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for these troubles. He said 1 had this one chance, and if the Vegetable Com pound did not help me nothing but an operation would. After taking several bottles I felt it was helping me and now I am able to do my own work. If my testimonial will help others I shall be glad for them to read it and hope your Vegetable Compound will do them as much good as it did me." Mrs. Wit. Lockman, 513 N. 4th St, St. Joseph, Mo. White Plains, N. Y. "I had such a Sain that I could hardly walk and the octor said that I needed an opera tion. I was sick for a year before I started taking your medicine and I could not work. I saw your advertise ment in a little book and that is how I came to take Lydia E. Pinkham's medicines. I have been taking the Vegetable Compound and Lydia E. Pmkham's Blood Medicine, also Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver Pills and used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and the capsules and prescrip tion recommended. I am doing all my work and have gained twenty pounds. I am taking the medicines still, but I feel fine. You have my permission to use this letter for the good of others. " Mrs. MARYMARK,37HamiltonAve., White Plains, N. Y. Some female troubles may through neglect reach a stage when an opera tion is necessary. But most of the commoner ailments are not the sur gical ones; they are not caused by serious displacements, tumors, or growths, although the symptoms may appear the same. When distorting ailments first ap pear, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound to relieve the pres ent distress and prevent more seri ous troubles. Many letters have been received from women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound after op erations have been advised by attend ing physicians. Lydia K. Pinkham's Private Text-IJook upon "Ailments Peculiar to Women" will be sent you free upon request. Write to the Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable information. c 3 'Vaseline" Carbolated Petroleum Jelly is an effective, antiseptic first-aid dressing for cuts, wounds and insect bites. Ithelpsprevent infection. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. (Conioliditeii) State Street New York i8il m His Sad Dilemma. The disheveled stranger made Ids way Into the police station. "Are you the sergeant In charge?" ke asked. "I am," replied the stout man In uni form, who was seated at a desk and writing In a large ledger. "I'm lost," said the disheveled man. "You are eh?" replied the stout man In uniform as he continued writing. Well, If you can prove that anybody's inlsaing you we'll take up the rase." Brief and Comprehensive. Ben Dlerks has an express agency and transfer business In n village In Sonoma county, California. Recently he detailed one of his teamsters with a wagon and pair to take a San Fran cisco man and wife to their country place a few miles out of town. The bill, as rendered by the teamster, rend: "Haul grip, grub, and people, three hours, three dollars." WOMEN HEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or tbs result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased. Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervoupneHs, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre scription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcoms such conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle im mediately from any drug ttore. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. Nothing to Choose Between Them. Husband Ha, ha, ha! Did yon ever see a funnier sight than a woman try ing to drive a nail? Wife Yes;, n man trying to wrap up n bundle for the laundry I London Answers. WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Headache Colds Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggist Aspirin la U trad soaik f Barer Manufactory t Moootctlccldtter f BiilcjUtaei one-eleven cigarettes E.I I 1 I '- I JJf Tlirce Priendlf Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA HURLEY (""FIFTEEN In a new package that Jits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book-The same unmatched blend of Turkish Virginia and DuRLEYTobaccos Cnars.nl il by SHOALS OFFERS STILL COMING NEBRASKA SENATOR PROPOSES FEDERAL CORPORATION TO OPERATE PROJECTS. BALTIMORE MAN SUBMITS BID Engineer Asks Committee to Consider Proposal For 60-40 Split in Profits From Operation. Washington Four developments in congressional consideration considera tion of proposals for developing the Muscle Shoals projects have come up in the senate agriculture and house military committees and in the senate. Chairman Norris, Nebraska, of the senate committee, introduced a bill providing for a semi-government cor poration to take over and operate the nitrate and power projects for 50 years. Tike measure was drafted as a modification of the bill recently in troduced by Senator Norris. The senator also made public a pro posal received from L. Stern, a Balti more, Md., consulting eugineer and manufacturer of chemical products. Mr. Stern's letter requested the com mittee to hear him at his convenience and said the formal tender would be made later, the committee, deciding informally to accede to the request. The tentative offer of Mr. Stern pro vided for the operation of the projects for 25 or 50 years or any suitable num ber of years. It further stated that all expenses incurred by the government at Muscle Shoals would be repaid at 2 per cent annually and contained a pro vision by which th government would receive 60 per cent of all net profit made during the operation, with the lessee retaining 40 per cent. In the house committee an agree ment was reached by which any lessee of the properties would be compelled to manufacture finished fertilizers whether at a profit or loss. An amend ment to this efTect was made to the bill the committee is formulating for the house in connection with its re port on the proposals it has investi gated. Wide differences of opinion are un derstood to prevail in the committee over poviaiona of the offer made by Henry Ford. SCANDAL CAUSES DEATH BATTLE Coroner's Jury Decides Farmer and Wife Killed Each Other. Bad Axe, Mich. Joseph Lobert and hiB wife, Agnes, killed each other May 8 in a battle with an ax and a butcher knife, the coroner's Jury here decided last week when witnesses had pieced together the story of the double trag edy at the Lobert farm, near Elkton, Huron county. That a quarrel over money affairs and over a family scandal, the nature of which was not divulged, had been brooding for weeks, was told the Jury by Anthony Lobert, brother of the hus band. Anthony said neighbors had been talking "slander" about the Lo berts. Joseph refused to pay any at tention to it. Mrs. Lobert had insist ed he take steps to stop the neighbor hood gossip about her, and evidently the fight to death was the result. TRUSTIES AT PRISON ESCAPE lippery Marquette Convict Again Makes Good on Boast, Marquette, Mich. "Slippery Jim" Cushaway whose boast that the pris on has not been built that could hold him has been made good at least a dozen times escaped May 11 from Mar quette branch prison farm. Two other convicts, Frank Howard, timekeeper in the prison lumber yard, and Leo Carney, driver of the prison truck, also got away. The latter two are believed to have taken the touring car owned by James Doegan, steward at the prison, and made their getaway, picking up Cush away at the prison farm, a short dis tance from the city. FIND TEACHER'S BODY IN RIVER Windsor School Principal Mysteriously Disappeared Last November. Detroit The body of Wilfred Ross Ellison, principal of the Prince Ed ward public school in Windsor, who mysteriously disappeared early last November, was taken from the Detroit river May 11 by the crewof the United States mail boat, C. F. Bielman. It was discovered floating on the water Just off the Canadian Pacific railway docks. The body was badly decomposed, but Identification was established by papers in the dead man's clothes. Kalamazoo Man Heads Jewelers. Kalamazoo Herman Hiss, of Bay City, was elected president of the Michigan Retail Jewelers' association at the closing session of the annual convention here. The other 'officers are: M. D. Ellis, Kalamazoo, vice president; J. J. Thomson, Grand Rap Ids, second vice-president; W. A. Tall, Kalamazoo, third vice-president; M. H. Bell, Kalamazoo, secretary; L. S. Phil lips, Grand Rapids, assistant secre tary, and J. S. Martinek, Traverse City, treasurer. MARKETS U. . BUREAU OF MARKETS Washington, D. C (For the week ending- May 11, 1922.) Vegetables. Potato markets continued to decline under heavy supplies. Northern Hacked round whites down 164 26c per 100 lbs. In ChlcHKx) at ll.0Otyl.65 down 25r f. o. b. northern shipping points at $1,464 1.65. Maine Green Mountains down 15c In eastern markets at $1.40ty2. Florida watermelons first car at Pittsburgh brought $1200, average lbs. Qraln. July wheat trended lower most of week but recovered Last two days and closed only fractionally lower than week ago. Principal market factors were: Inactive cash and milling demands; lower foreign markets; continued Improvement in crop and weather conditions. Closing- prices In Chicago cash mar ket: No. 2 red winter wheat $1.46; No. 2 hard winter wheat $1.45; No. 2 mixed corn C2c; No. 2 yellow corn, C2c; No. 3 white oats 39 Average far m . prices: No. 2 mixed corn In Central Iowa 49c; No. 1 dark northern wheat In Central North Da kota $1.33 1-2: No. 2 hard winter wheat In Central Kansas $1.26. Chicago July wheat closed at $1.27; Chicago uly corn 66 l-4c; Minneapolis July wheat $1.45 5-8; Kansas City July wheat $1.1$ 1-4. Hay Pest grades hay generally firm In east ern markets because of very light re ceipts. Lower grades dull. Increasing receipts lowered prices slightly on num ber 1 timothy at Chicago and Minneap olis market lower as receipts exceeded demand. Alfalfa receipts light; prices for better grades firm at Kansas C'ty. Quoted Nfay 10: No. 1 timothy New York $32.50. Philadelphia $24.60. Pitts burgh $25. Cincinnati $23.50, Chicago $28. Minneapolis $23. Memphis $26 60. No. 1 alfalfa Kansas Otv $22.50. No. 1 prai rie Minneapolis $17.50, Chicago $18; Kan sas City $12. Feed Wheat mill feeds slightly weaker on light demand and resales by dealers and Jobbers. Mills not pressing Hales at cur rent prices. Some improvement In de mand for alfalfa meal but little doing n corn feeds, prices firm and stocks light. Quoted May 10 spring bran and midd lings. Chicago $24.75, Philadelphia S2H.50; hard winter bran Kansas City $21: gluten feed Chicago $32 C5: alfalfa meal Kansas Cltv $1; homtnv feed Cin cinnati $26.50, Philadelphia $28. Live Stock and Meats. Chicago hog prices ranged 5 to 2.r.c higher; beef steers, butcher cows and heifers practically unchanged; feeder xteers generally loo higher, light and me dium weight veal chIvch up 75c to $1. Sheep hiiiI lamb prices sharply lower: fat lambs lost 75c; spring lambs 50- to $1.25; yearlings $1: fat ewes 75c to $1. Mav 11 Chicago prices: Hogs top I10.S5: bulk of sale $lo.20r(i 1 ): me dium and good beef steers, $7.fiMi 8.75; butcher cows and heifers. $4. 75ft 8.60; feeder steers. $C.25fi 7.R5; light and me dium weight veal calves. $6.75J;9.60: fat Umhs. $11.25? 14.25: spring lambs, $13.50 ra 15.75; yearlings, $912; fat ewes, $5.25 ra n 25. Stocker iknd feeder (shipments from 12 Important markets during the week ending May 5 were: Cattle and calves 62.050; hogs 12.508; sheep l.5i3. Bastern wholesale frefh meat prices trended downward. Mutton lust SHi.1.60: lamb $Kj3: fresh pork loins. $1(J2; beef ranged fmm 5c lower at some markets to 50c higher at others. Veal unchanged Mav 11 prices good grade meats: Heef $13.50f?14.50: veal $13fi1S; lamb. $2fi'J 30: mutton $tsri21: light pork loins, $23 fa 23: heavy loins, $17'21. Dairy Products. Putter markets steady at close after holding firm throughout week. Receipts being cleared as soon as possible after arrival. Undertone sensitive and weak ness may readily develop If there are signs of accumulation. Closing prices !2 score: New York 37 1-2c; Chicago 35c; Philadelphia 3'Jc: Hoston 37 l-2c. DETROIT QUOTATIONS Feed and Grain. WHKAT Cash and May No. 2 red, JI.Sm; No. 2 white and No. 2 mixed, $1.37. YKIjLOW CO UN Cash No. 2. 67c: No. 3. 65 l-2c: No. 4, 64c; No. 6, 62 l-2i WHITK OATS Cash No. 2. 44 l-2cl No. 3. 42 l-2c: No. 4. 37 it 40c. It YE Cash No. 2, $1.10. BEANS Immediate and prompt ship ment, $7.60 per cwt. HA KL.KY Feeding. $1.30d?1.4O per cwt. SEEDS Prime red clover, $13.75; al sike. $11.50: timothy. $2.25 HAY No. 1 timothy. $22(fi23: stand ard. $214x22; light mixed. $2PU22; No. 2 timothy, $20(it21: No. 1 clover mixed. $17 Hf 17.50: No. 1 clover, $16ftl7: rye straw. $141 14.50; wheat and oat straw, $13& 13.50 per ton In ca riots. FEKD Hran. $31; standard middlings, $31: fine middlings. $33: cracked corn. $30.60; coarse cornmeal. $2s; chop, $23i 23.60 per ton in KtO-lb., sacks. FLOUR Fancy spring wheat patents. S9.MitA9.75; fancy winter wheat patents. $4.75ff'9.25; second winter wheat patents, $7.50(iR; winter wheat straights, $7.4Si' 7.70; Kansas patents, $7.95fy8.50 per bbl. Live Stock and Poultry. CATTLE Pest heavy steers, $7.40 8.10: best handy weight butcher steers, $7.508.25; mixed steers and heifers, $7.25fit8; handy light butchers. $6.50fi7.25; light butchers. $5.501 6.60; best cows. 6.50 butcher cows. $4.50f 5.60; cutters, $3.754.25; runners. $3tfi3.75; choice bulls, light, $6a6.5u; bologna bulls. $4.2.Vu5; fat heavy bulls, $4.75ii 5.50; feeders, $6fc 6.50; stocker. $4.50Ji6; milkers and springers, $46(U75. CALVKK Pest grades, $1010.50; Others. $5.50? 8.60. SHKKP AND LAMPS Pest lambs. $13,60414: fair lambs. $10(12; light common lambs, $5ji8; fair to good sheep, $7tjM; culls and common, f 24i 3. HOOS Mixed hogs and pigs, $11; roughs. $8.75; extreme heavy, $10i 10.25; stags, $5(&5.50; boars, $3. LIVK POULTRY Prollers. 1 1-2 lb. and up, 455i60e; Bmall broilers, 40; best tprlng chickens, smooth legs. 27028c; staggy springs. 22ci23c: leghorn springs. 24c; large fat hens. 271i28c; medium hens. 27(&2Sc; small hens. 27ri2sc: old roosters, 18c; geese, 13c; ducks, 25W30c; turkeys, 30c per lb. Farm Produce APPLES Steel's Red. $3,2543.75: Baldwin. $2,7543; western boxes, $3.50 4x4.6(. ONIONS New, Texas $2.753 per crate. POTATOES Michigan, $3,1043.25 per 150-lb. sack. DRESSED HOOS Small to medium. 12c; heavy, lorllc per lb. Butter and Eggs. PUTTER Pest creamery, in tubs, 34 4 34 l-2u per ib. EGOS Fresh, current receipts. 24 1-2 426 l-2c; fancy storage packed, 27 1-24 28 l-2a per doe. East Buffalo Live Stock. East Puffalo, May 11. Cattle: Re ceipts. 2 ears; market steady. TIopt: Receipts. 15 cars; lower; heavy, 11. 25 11.40; yorkers and pigs. $11. 401. 11. 60. Sheep: Receipts. 2 cars; strong; top lambs. $14.60; vearllngs. $lltfil2; weth ers. $9.6041.10; ewes, $7.504iS.5o. Calves. $10. Chinese Student Commits Suicide. Bethlehem, Pa. Percy Y. Liang, a 22 year-old Chinese student at Lehigh university was found dead in his room from a bullet wound in the head, apparently self-inflicted. He had been despondent the last few days and friends believe he feared he might flunk In the college examina tions. . Liang left a note addressed to a cousin in Michigan asking him to take charge of his body and effects but offering no reason for self destruction. HAS FIRST WELL DAY IN 6 YEARS Huntington Citizen Could Neither Sleep Nor Eat With Any Sat isfaction Before Ha Got Tanlac. "Before taking Tanlac I had not seen a well duy in six years," said W. It. Peoples, yi!8 22nd St., Hunting ton, V. Va. "It seemed like I had lost my health for good. I could neither sleep nor eat with satisfaction. I was badly run down, nervous, had no appetite and had to force down every mouthful I ate. Kvon then my food soured. 1 would fill up with gas until I had In tense pains in my stomach and chest. Headache almost drove me mad, rheu matism In my arms, shoulder and hips kept me in pain all the time, and I had to force myself to work. "Tanlac went right after my troubles. On four bottles I pained ten pounds and the rheunmtlsru and stomach trouble soon left me. My wife has given a statement about the good Tan lac did her, und I am glad to add my endorsement of this wonderful medi cine." Tanlac Is sold by nil good druggists. Lame, Perhaps. Rlobb There is always room St the top. Neville Yes, but the majority of people are always waiting for a lift to take them up. Answers. A REWARD OF $5,000.00 Would be a small amount to pay for saving a man's life. If you could save your life for a dollar bill would you hesitate to spend it? You risk your life everytime you drive your car in the rain because you can't see through your windshield. A dollar bill sent to the Baltimore See-Thru Corporation, Baltimore, Maryland, will ensure you having a clear wind shield for the next three years, as their preparation is guaranteed to keep your glass as clear as a sum mer's day. Nothing1 like it on the market. One application will last as long- as a rain storm even if it lasts a month. It is absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refund ed. Send for it today and be pre pared for the next rain storm. Advertisement. NEVER EVEN TOUCHED HER Reader Must Figure Out for Himself Just What Caused Negress to Jump Over Railing. A negress wus charged with assault ing another negress. "Luelln Washington," said the Judge, what have you to sny for yourself?" "Your honuh," replied Lueila, "Ah nevah struck lhat woman. Ah- nevah touched her. Ah had reprimanded her fob throwin garbage out back, nn 8he kept on doln' It, an' this muwnin Ah reprimanded her again. Ah come downstairs from mah flat up above, pn was holding up mah right hand Jes' like the Statue of Liberty, Jes' like Ah'm hnldin' up mah right hand now, reprimanding that woman, an' as Ah come close to her, that woman Jes' Jumped head lirst ovah the ruiling. Ah nevah touched her." "What did you have In the hand which you were holding up like the fctntue of Liberty?" "A hatchet." Reversed. With very reulistic sobs the weary tramp told the tale to the farmer's wife and she nearly believed him. "But, surely, if you have nn aged mother to support," she said sympa thetically, "you could tlnd some better way of doing It than begging? You know 'necessity is the mother of in vention.' " "Not In my case, I assure you," aid the tramp, earnestly. "With me, lady, mother is the invention of neces sity." Pearsons. Your New 411 Si 1: artistic, sanitary and livable. 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It Is an exquisite piece of workmanship, inscribed on 3(0 asses' skins, and was taken to Stock holm nt the conclusion of the Thirty Years' war. According to tradition this liible was the work of n poor monk who was condemned to death for some defection, but was told that the sen tence would be commuted if he would copy out on asses' skins the entire IJllle in a single nlpht. He agreed to try to do It but, finding the task too great, made a compact with the devil to exchange his soul for the required transcript. The devil kept his part of the bargain, and the work was finished on time. The monk's life was spared by his marveling Judges, but tradition is silent ns to how he kept his end of the agreement. "Luclferous," Illuminated. Lloyd George is said to have used the word "luciferous." An unusual adjective, but not, we think, nn inven tion of his. An Englishman asked on acquaintance what he would under stand by 'a luciferous story." 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"A Southern planter once gave an old top hat of his to one' of his slaves, lie saw the slave returning from church the next Sunday in a rain storm. The slave's head was bare. Kaln beat on It and ifHpped frwn it la torrents. As for the top hat, he car ried It carefully sheltered under bis) coat. "'Washington,' called the planter, 'why don't you protect your head from the rain Instead of protecting that worthless old hat?' "Wash chuckled. "'15oss, man,' he called back, Tilt's) like dlsh-yere. Mah hald belong ter you, but de ole hat's mah own.'" Detroit Free Tress. One of life's peculiarities Is that th world Is seldom watching a man when he is doing good. The Thrifty Citizen Who Caught the Plugged Nickel R. BROWN had swallowed his lunch and had paid his bill. Cautiously he counted his change. Here! he said, sharply, Take back this plugged nickel and give me a good onel" Mr. Brown walked proudly ouL They couldn't fool old Brown. But old Brown had fooled himself. Brown's day was heavy and dull. He lacked "pep." There was a mid-afternoon drowsy spell when he needed to be awake the direct and natural result of heavy, starchy breakfasts and lunches, taken on faith and without question as to value just because the food looked and tasted like food. Thousands of shrewd business men who count their change, take their food for granted. That's what builds up the sani tarium business, and puts the tired "all -done" feeling into the mid afternoon of a business day. Grape-Nuts is a scientific food whose delicious, appetizing flavor and crispnesa are an introduction to well-balanced nourishment a nourishment easily and quickly as similated, so that body, brain and nerves are well fed and kept free of the stored up poisons left by so many ill-selected foods. 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