Newspaper Page Text
;| SEEMS SLATE
f 1)1 ro Ur
w-> Hny ol
Clark, like ninny other men 1
Ills wife. Before she married Clar^
teacher, with a local reputation as
without any marked proniiso of (
ever to shino as a self-composed, (1
drilled him in elocution, drilled h
easy, and after each speech made
cutlng Attorney of Piko County, t
fcpeech might have been made more
The home life of the Clarks, It
tic cloud bring known to the nolgl
library. Reserving to himself this
Order No. 1: "Nobody is allowed (c
br attempt to clean up the room."
homo often and are delightfully
request of her husband's friends:
Around the walls are bookslu
owner to be a student and a caroful
|ls a long table where things llo w
nees iu 10 move tlictn. The room
rust, and its pipe is fantastically di
His name isn't "Champ" at al
his mother's maiden name. Clark
much of a name to carry into pot11
he has become known to fame.
uMw !/ ainbast
i??i' insd arni Ul
Sonor Creel in an interview later f
America were as cordial aft ever,
governments and gave assurance
Mounted police patrolled the stre
demonstrations. The principal hlg
guarded, as was the American em I;
Henry I,. Wilson practised law
188."> to 1890 and considers that city
ter to Venezuela bv President Hm-H
minister to Chile, and from 1905 111
to Belgium. Mr. Wilson was horn
graduated from Wabash college in
the Lafayette (Ind.) Journal.
W Of Ills 1
Mr. Young served twelve year:
ern Iowa ami had an opportunity
was with General Shatter's K1 fth
Baritlago campaign, and lias made
.?i"i IX'IIIK II mil inn.li UK
nn orator. In 1000 at tho I'hf
Theodore Roosevelt for vlce-presid
to the Reptibllean national oonvcntl
Tnft on lils trip to the Philippines i
R( nator Yoiuift will serve until
will ho the duty of that legislator
term of the late Senator Dolllver,
1 . ? " Tlie
^W/Jy A U as 11 Ka
<WW/ *?X"X / a<lmissl
'* m - ?i
rompllBhod. Sickly children have
air exercise and sunshine. Indus!
honesty and courtesy established, n
have boon saved through these ch
the congested districts of our large
Mrs. Parsons Is sixty-two years
She has found that children love
InUrest'ng them In digging and pi.
led their minds Into Intellectual I
f.eod roads problems, the Having of
< .Miiunity ui.U giving to their wiu
:d for speaker |
lougli Speaker Cannon's term does not exitil
March 4, 1911, the campaign as to who
! the next to occupy the speaker's chair
ady being warmly contested. Many welljd
Democrats declare that Champ Clark of
rl, leader of the late Democratic minority,
slated for the speakership, although James
' Virginia and Robert D. Henry of Texas
Ivo rivals for the place.
ii In Kentucky In 1850, Clark emigrated as
mratlvely young man to Missouri an<l also
early but brief experience In Kansas. In
? located at Howling Green, Mo., and be9
practise of law and in 1803 he was first
to congress. Since then he has reprehls
district continuously, with the excepone
ivho have made good, gives full credit to
: she was Miss Genevieve Bennett, a school
an elocutionist. Clark wiis a young lawyer
uture greatness and mighty little chanco |
luent speaker. His wife took him in hand,
im in Delsarte until his gestures became
by her husband while candidate for I'roseihe
made little suggestions as to how his
effective and pleasing.
is said, is delightful -just one little doniosibors.
This is the untidy condition of tin?
room, Mr. Clark issued General Domestic
> touch the books and papers in tin' library
Distinguished visitors come to the Clark
entertained, tho hostess making but one
"Please don't go into Mr. Clark's library!"
?lv?'s filled with volumes that show t'deir
buyer of books. In the center of the room
bore they fall until the czar of the library
is heated by an old Hagey stove, red with
'aped with cobwebs
1?It's .lames Heauchamp, the latter being
early made up his mind that this was too
ies, so he shortened it to Champ, by which
\DOR TO MEXICO^
life of Henry Lane Wilson, ambassador
lTnite<l States to Mexico, was reported to
teen attempted by rioters at Mexico City
the recent embrogllo. Many Americans
o the American embassy declaring to tho
lador, Mr, Wilson, that they Intended to
lOmSOlVPS thf?v 1 *
- - , .? v,v*i(7iu< ? ru tur I 'MlUlll t
chief of police, Follx Diaz, during tho disunsatisfaetory.
Mr. Wilson declared ho
itisfied with tlie attltudo of tho Mexican
mont, hut that lie deeply regretted that
ief of police had made no great effort to
Wilson then had a long conference with
Creel, minister of foreign affairs, who asliini
that Americans would not suffer any
Llld that thf> nirltni.tru lvt iil.i , i
n..,.vv.. .. I. wuiii IM1 (
;al<l that the relations between Mexico nml
lie denied reports of friction between tho
that all would be sttlc<l diplomatically,
cts to prevent any further anti-American
li school and the national university were
and was a banker in Spokane, Wash., from
his home. In 1RS9 he was appointed minis- j
son, but declined ; from ISO" to 1905 he was
itil the present year he served as minister
i at Crawfordsvllle, In<l., In 1857, and was 1
1X79. From 1882 to 1SS5 ho was editor of
3 FOR SENATOR
i.vetto Young, who lias been appointed
St at oh senator from Iowa to succeed the
motor Dolllver, Is a native Iowan. Most
Ifo has been devoted to the newspaper pro,
ami last spring he celebrated his twen^nr
AS nwnor o-iit-.r
--- ...... .'.mill Ul I III.- UtJH .IHIIIU'S
Young was born in Monroe county in 18-18. >
rned to set typo in the office of tho Albia
finishing his trade with Mills ft Co. of
:>inos. In 1870 he was city editor of the
nines Register. In 1S71 he established a
nt Atlantic, Iowa, called tho Telegraph,
he successfully published nineteen years,
he bought a well nigh defunct daily newsat
I)os Moines and the paper is now a
;bly modern dally with a building of its own. |
h in the state senate while living In west
10 go ' ) congress, which ho declined. II<*
army corps a.s a newspaper man In the
a reputation as a lecturer on that camin-1
in Republican politics ami is noted as
iphla Republican convention lie nominated
nut. Ho has been twice delegate ;it large'
ion from Iowa. lie accompanied President
some years ago ami is a personal friend of
the next legislature meets, January ?. It ;
. to elect a senator to fill the unexpired i
which ends in UM3.
woman who is principally responsible for ;
mation of tin; International Children's [
Kami league Is Mrs. Ilcnry Parsons <?f
diU city. Sho has n.ado a practical Issue'j
"hack to the soil" idea, and lias been a j
>ther to thousands of children during the
i years. She managed to secure from the
privilege of using an old dumping ground
nidi iiiriM. wo many children applied for
on that hundreds had to h<> turned away,
system she followed was to award to each
plot four by eight foot for three months,
vegetables were planted and twice a year
,ere harvested. This was done under the
in of assistant teachers and the crops
ven to the children.
O'li.l thot ?l Ain.l/.l'fnl ?
.-.,..,1 .....V .......I. I nil n aiiiin lire DOIIIR l\C I
heroine strong and hai>i>y from the openry
has been Inculcated ami principles of
md the health and lives of many children
arming breathing places In the center of
of *me, but bright, cheerful and energetic.
fr? nn 1 n tf 1 ? 1>" - ' *
?-."v v.,..., linn nut: Piicrecdl'll 111
inting as a novel occupation, but she has
lehls. She tins oven Interested them In
' our forests, the uplift'" of tlio farming
i La u Hlrengtnenlng and healthy ion a.
A TIMPI V VMPNiwn T
Backache, headache, dlz-.y spells
and distressing urinary troubles warn
you of dropsy, diabetes and fatal
Brlgkt's disease. Act In time by curing
rAt with Doan's Kid- <
"V7\ ney Pills. They
have cured thous- i
ands and will cure <
Mrs. Joseph llryColumbln,
Bays: "My feet aiul
ankles were badly
swollen and my
me to die at any
did not understand
my case and could not help me. ImtiRlno
my surprise at obtaining almost
iubium reuei iroin uoan Kidney fills.
I continued until permanently cured."
Remember the name?Donn's.
For sale by all dealers. HO cents a
'box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
McLean Met His Match.
John It. McJjonn stepped In front of
A lurching Irishman one evening,
and obstructed the sidewalk so that
the Irishman was obliged to stop and
look at him. McLean said:
"Hero's lhat half dollar I borrowed !
of you. Now you must quit telling
the neighbors that I never pay my
Half drunk and wholly dazed, the
Irishman took the silver piece, looked
i at it intently, and th^n said:
I "Ho dad, yez can't get off thot alsy.
It wor a whole dollar thot yez
I borryd; so fork over."
j And he forked over .another half
i dollar, and went his way, laughing j
heartily at the quick wit of the Irishi
man.?Illustrated Sunday Magazine.
A Sure Cure.
Mother?I'm afraid Gwendoline is i
petting her heart on that, young Penniless.
j ' Father?You think so?
I , Mother?1 am almost sure of it.
| i Father?Well, he is not a fit person
for her to marry. He is as poor as a
! rat and has no prospects. Something
must be done to set her against him.
i ; Mother?I have thought of that and
have hit upon what I think Is an excellent
Father?Yea? What la It?
Mother?Wo must toll her that we
want hnr to marry him.
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS.
Mr. Kicker?Your bill actually
makes my blood boll.
Doctor Slick Then, sir, I must
ichargo you $20 more for sterilizing
END STOMACH TROUBLE NOW
Dyspepsia, Gaj, Sourness or Indiges- ;
tlon Go Five Minutes After Taking I
<* i_ime uiapepBin.
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or you feci bloated after eating, anil
you bcllevo It Is tho food which fills
you; If what little you eat lies liko
lead on your stomach; II there is difficulty
in breathing, eructations of
sour, undigested food and acid, heart- ;
burn, brash or a belching of gas, you
can make up your mind that you need
something to stop food fermentation i
aihi euro indigestion.
A largo case of rape's Dlapepsin
costs only fifty cents at any drug
titoro hero in town, and will convince
any stomach sufferer five minutes after
taking a single doso that Fermentation
and Hour Stomach is causing the
misery of Indigestion.
No matter If von * * J111 vnnr (r.Mil.l*>
Catarrh of tho Stomach, Dyspepsia,
Nervousness or Gastritis, or by any !
other name?always remember that a
certain euro Is waiting at your drug j
store the moment you decide to begin
rape's Diapepsin will regulato any
out-of-order Stomach within Ave minutes,
and digest promptly, without any
fiiHK of discomfort, nil of any kind of
food you eat.
Theso large 50cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly
euro nny chronic case of Dyspepsia, I
Indigestion, Gnatritla or any other
Should you at thin moment be suf- (
fering from Indigestion, C.as, Sour- |
ness or any stomach disorder, you can
surely get relief within five minutes.
A mother makes a fatal mistake
when she leads her children to he- J
lieve that they are wingless angels. i
A true friend is a link of gold In tho
chain of life. | '
Booauso of thoe<
UNKIND JOLT FROM ADAM
As If Eve Hadn't Sorrow Enough,
Her Partner Had to Add to
Adam had just received his notico
He stared at it a long time in
silence, while Eve crouched in a
dusky corner, softly whimpered:
Presently tho father of mankind
As Evo caught his angry eye her
whimper changed to a gulping sob.
Well," he sternly said, "you've certainly
put us in a line mess with
your silly curiosity! And yet when I
refused to have anything to do with
your apple scheme you called mo a
poor fool. I)o you remember that
you called me a poor fool?"
"Ye-es," sobbed Eve.
"Well, there's just one question I
want to ask you?" said Adam,
"What is it?" gasped tho first
"Who's looney now?" he harshly
Then ho turned away abruptly and I
started to pack up the family gourds
and the tent poles.?Cleveland Plain
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
for Red, Weak. Weary, Watery Eyes
andGranulated Eyelid:- Murine Doesn't
Smart?Soothes 10yo Pain Druggists
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c,
HOC. $1.00. Murine Eye Salvo in
Aseptic Tuhes, 2."c. $1.00. Eye Books
and Eye Advice Free by Mail..
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
"You are sure that airships will
make war so expensive as to he utterly
impracticable?" said one military
"Quito sure," replied tho other.
"The flyitiK machines won't cost so
much, but we won't be able to pay
the sums required by aviators for going
up in them."
Free Cure for Rheumatism and Bona
Botanic Blood Halm (II. B. B.) cures
I lie worst oases of rheumatism, bona
pains, swollen muscles and joints, by
purifying the lilootl nnd destroying the
uric acid in tin* blood. Thousands of
canes cured l>y 15. 11. 15. after all other
treatments failed. l'rico $1.00 per large
lottle at drug stores, with complete "lirections.
l.arge sample free by writing Hlood
llalm Co., Atlanta, (!a., Department 15.
He Never Shaved Again.
Marmaduke -What do you suppose
that wretched barber said when he
Hertie?I don't know.
Marmadnkc?Ho said it reminded
him of a ;<ame lie used to play when
a boy railed "Hunt the Hare."
Important to Nlothors
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOltl A, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over ;j<> Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
The Lawyers Won.
Askit?Old Skinnerd left cpiito &
large estate, did he not?
Noitt?Yes; but some of his relatives
contested his will.
Askitt?Was there much left after
it got through the eoir.ts?
Noitt?Nothing hut tse heirs.
"f thought I would introduce a real
cow into my comic opera."
"How did it work?"
"Didn't work at all. Tho milkmaids
frightened the cow."
TO DRIVE OCT HAI.AUtA
AM) III II.I) I I- T1IE SYSTEM 1
Tako tho Old Htandnnl ??IU>\'hS TA.^TMI.KivH |
ClllLL ToMi: Vou know what you aro taking. !
iiiv inru'imi is pmim/ i rinu-i) on <*vt>ry bottln, 1
?ln.wliw 11 Is Mlii11>Iy (Jiilnlnx and Iron In n InM.-!< **
form. The (julnlnn drives out thn uinlartii
and tun Iron InilMti 111> Uin Hystrtiu. Wold t>y all
lustlertt for U) reum J'rlco W cents.
A Sure Cure.
Randall?How did fclto euro her
daughter of that disagreeable habit of
crossing her kne?'s?
Rogers- ilought Iter a hobble skirt.
The Simple Life.
Mrs. Knicker Vou will have to get
up to light the lire
Knleker?1'nnecossary, nty dear; 1
never smoke beroro breakfast.
For HKAOtnil'. lEieltn' ( AIM DIM:
Whether from lleat. Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, 4 >i|>iI ii11 will relieve ,vimi.
It's lWjulil i>leii-(iin to take nets Iinini-tll
ntely. Trj It. ?Dc., uml ?o cents til ilrux
Good Reuse is not a merely Intel
leetual attribute. It Is rather the reRUlt
of a just <|tiilibi itim of cur f.u ultles
spiritual and moral - -l.avntor
T)r. Pierce's I'leasnnt I'ellcts ctire eonuti
pat inn. < oust ipii 11 < >1 > i" t lie hi>c of inniiv
ilisoases. Cuii' the i :ii|s,' anil you cure
tin1 disease, K:\sy to tui.e.
At sixteen a girl thinks about roses
and poetry; at twenty-six hor
thoughts run to cabbages and money.
Rheumatism, Nem.il^i.i and Pore
I'hroat will not live under the same roof
with Ilandinn Wizard (hi. tin' heat of
ill remcdieB for the relief of all pain.
It Is no use preaching on the father- j
hood of Clod so long as you do not likw I
Mrn. Wlnnlow'R Soothing Svriin fc.r c?iii.ir^f.
cotliliig, HofleilH lli<'tfuun, rediii-os inllamnm
iui>, alluyu pikln, curi'M wititl colli . 2.'?c u buttle. !
Snino men marry for mor.oy and
>oinc women for alimony.
9 ugly, grUzly, gray hairs. Use "LA
The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golden
covery in curing weak stomachs, wasted
lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs
the recognition of the fundamental truth
Medical Discovery" supplies Nature wit
ing, tissue-repairing, muscle-making mate
denscd and concentrated form. With thi
supplies the neceosary strength to the stor
food, build up tho body and thereby thro?
obstinate ooughs. The "Discovery" ro-e
digestive and nutritive organs in sound h
and enriches the blood, and nourishes tl
?lvort establishes sound vigorous health.
It your dealer offers aortic
It Is probably better FOR
iiut you are thinking of the
there's nothing "lust os gc
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical I
icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illi
Kdition. cloth-bound, sent for 31 nnr-rfit
and mailing only. Address : Dr. R. V. 1'
I An Exp?
Weak and dclicate ladies
aa liuu imlii paic uicl'ks anu enei
jgS Read this letter from Mrs. Alb
giving an account of her expc
"I was hardly ever without
jig a misery in my back and sides
in bed half the time, and sufft
SH ralgia of the stomach. Since
I tonic, I have gained 10 pound
my own house-work, and was
ook like a different person."
No harmful cffects can po:
from the use of Cardui the \v<
women have written, like Mr:
benefit they obtained from its i
Cardui is a reliable tonic
medicinal herbs, acting mainly i
and building lip both nervous
Pure, strictly vegetable, saf
Iiuv-ai iciucuy, iui uciiuaic, auni
Try it. At all druggists.
does tliis so quickly and su
among malaria medicines as
out Chills and Fever, and th
rebuilding and revitalizing ti
I he tonic body-building
make it the most effectual
crders of Liver, kidneys, St'
x. r .1
Imese organs are railing in u
If yon want to cure malar
arc weak, get OXIDINE, an<
50c. At You
Rayo l.nmp is n
ruu liwF orn.im<*ni i?> .mv rchtu m
STtADY^S% ,'|(ll!i,l''jt.V"K|'hl" ''a"
descriptive circular <-i il
I ! h' hp f?i, u* A \ \ flur* <*n ri< *nd poU tl v<* prflvrn
(5l '.f I ) ]/M| 1' ^"UOUH^frir I r Hill t he
\(tt\ V j /L?j i'??i?Hry i.?%rtrc? t nrliIti^ ' I > ? *to?
V / V l?- adnokldncr rnni><l\
y g>r /y^J Koojt it. how to viHir'Iriiu^t-t. '
\vX > Cau^ a ?n?l Turf*. Hppriai A^on
x^?^/ SHOHN MEDICAL CO., bi
CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE,
thing "lust as gootf,"
fiint'"lt pays better.
cure not the profit, so
*otl " for you. S?iy so.
Adviser, In I'lain English; or, Med?
ustrations, newly revised up-to-duto
it stamps, to cover cost of wrapping
ierce, liuflulo, N. Y.
need Cardui, to bring roses |
*gy into their weary frames. |
>ert Root, of Amanda, Ohio, Kj|
iriencc, and how she found I
: a headache, and often had I
she writes. "I was sick
Med a great deal from ncu- |
taking Cardui, the woman's ^
s, and now I can do all of
liing, and my friends say I Oj
m m mm mm
C C 56 K
n's Tonic 1
ssibly come to young or old I
Oman's tonic. Thousands of jl
5. Root, to tell of the great fig?
. its ingredients are mild, |
on the womanly constitution, |jg|
and vital energy.
e and reliable?Cardui is an
quivering j 11
iT'S malaria. Malaria is I
uvderous. It kills the vital
s. I o cure malaria you
do more than stop the
i nr r* ?">/ ! /? -? .i
...m ovuiug. 1 UU IIJUSI
out the last spark of disid
put back into the body
ength and vigor that disas
?a bottle proves.
rely that it stands alone B
? a perfect cure. It drives 8
en begins its tonic action,
lie entire system.
properties of OX1DJNE, I
1 of all remedies for dir.- 1
ia, ^rt OXIDINE. If you
1 be strong.
CO . M ft s . Dallfts. r< xas
? I nwm m? iwmiiwnwwJ
hi^h jjr?de lamp, nolrl at n low price.
ni(iv?* hut UuTe i ii<> lu'ttor Kiiup itc.ifr a1 ni.jr
. 1 l?r:i ss p.: r k c 1 plafivl ^nsiir K | t .;? ;? n ;,n
hit lu'D'f 'riii*roIs in tlilvil:; known to Hie net
u<l<l ti? tlir Vfiluo of t In* It A V (? l.aflip US n ) phtI'lilcr
("vrrywInT^. Ii not i t youis. vrrtto ior
r? nearest hkoihv ??f tin*
D OIL COMPANY Jucorrorated)
: MTT^T7\ TT"^ Pink I \ e, 1'pizootlo
ripi* r Shipping lewr
tl ?. no mattor how tw?r*<-?- a t *nv t.\^o nro 1 nfoptud
11 ? ton^r, ? , ? ! tl?r Ii.icmI a oil fllftn'l* . f * ;>< '? tl>
cun-h Ml?(rmj?rr In I>??^ - rihI sheep au.I < ioIita In
k rom?'<ly, I *?>r?'?? 1* <<rlmo unionir l.mnon I "Invt
%n<l li i\ l?ntllp. f' and lift a do/cn ? * thlirmt.
a l?o * I M got 11 for > "i t i ra Booklet. stomprr,
th w? n ion,
."skftis?r.?? gosheh. ino., ik