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xSDN Ay DECEMBER 28 w
f POSTAL SAVING a
BANKS ALL BEAD I
y
Will be Open for Business
January 3
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ONE EXPERIMENTAL OFFICE E
Will be Opened in Each State
and Territory as a
Test
A LIST OF FIRST LOCATIONS
Washington Dec 23Postmas
s ter General Hitchcock stated to
night that everything will be in read
iness for the postal savings banks 1 In
the various States and Terltories to
receive deposits on January 3 the
first working day of the New Year
The task of drawing up regulations
forms and Instructions to Postmas
ters and the general public has pro
Sressed to such an extent as to in
sure the beginning of operations at
fe the experimental offices
One experimental office will bo
opened In each State and territory
with a view to making the first test
iv of the service as thorough as possi
ble under the limited appropriation
The offices designated are all of
the second class and In locations fa
vorable for development of a postal
t saving business Several of the offi
ces selected are In communities In
KV habited by foreign born Americans
who are remitting annually consid
1 erable sums of money to their native
countries by postal money orders
The offices nre to be located nt
Globe Ariz Orovllle Cal Lead
vllle Col Coeur dAleno Idaho
Anaconda Mont Carson City Nev
Raton N M Klamath Falls Ore
Provo Utah Port Arthur Texas
Olympia Wash LaramIe Wyo
Bessemer Ala Stuttgart Ark An
Sonia Conn Dover Del Key West
Fla Brunswick Co Pekln 111
Princeton Ind Decorah Iowa
Plttsburg Kan Mlddlesboro Ky
New Iberia La Rumford Me
Frostburg Md Norwood Mass
Houghton Mich Bemidji Minn
Qulfport Miss Carthage Mo Ne
braska City Neb Berlin N H
Rutherford N J Cohoes N Y
F Salisbury N C Wahpton N D
Ashtabula Ohio Guymon Okla
i Dubols Penn Bristol R r New
berry S C Deadwood S D John
M4 son City Tonn Montpelier Vt
> Clifton Forge Va Grafton W Va
and Manltowoc Wls
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THOUGHT BIlE HAD SUKE
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
f A haggard looking woman speak
V ing with a strong Irish ke ke
walked Into a West Side drug tor e
n New York the other day and asked I
for a bottle of Dr Quacks Consump
tion i Cure While the clerk was
wrappng the package Ihe conversed
r volublyof Mike her husband who
1 was fcJwIth consumption She
i I Mid one of her neighbors Mrs
k1I I Casey bad told her that the bottle
or medicine she hold in her hands
would surely restore Mike to health
So slid had saved 50 cents from the
scent earnings she made over the
washtub In order that her husband
might have a chance As she turn
How To A Stop
I Stubborn Cough
We dont mean just stop the irri
t tation in your throat but cure the
underlying cause
Cough syrups cannot t do this It
takes a constitutional tonic body
bodybuilder
1builder 1 to do the work groperly
and cure you to stay cured Vino
f is the remedy you need I
Bunt is rjioou1 f
Mrs Minnie OigocMl of GlenB FoUl
NYwrltesAster trying Bovernl rem
edies for a bad conch and cold without
benefit I was naked to try Viuol It
worked like mnglc It cured m1kco1d
and couch nntt I trained In Jlealand
Xrcnictlu I condder Tlnol the plnet
plnetC C
raw
S1
S1If
If we cannot stop that cough
with VINOLour delfcious cOd
madej
j Withputpilwewlll not chargd I
you a cent for the JhtdJclne you
S buy This ttoelitiikl4ask i li t
pr ronmi r Q ate
ceroidonpuorl
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For Sate Ii 1 H1 lt
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ed b7llilp upon w hi wai t1sl
1eadig J TD red Ietteri Burntt
Cross CnjGtmas Seals andb el cui >
ConsuptipSi A penny for > Seal
From life few cents In the palm
of her bag the woman drew out a I
nickel ana holding It to tho clerk
laId On take five of thlm Sure
With this bottle of medicine and
thlrn things stuck to Mike hell be
well in a wake
GREAT CLEARANCE SALTS
OF POLITICAL PROPERTY
Our lease with Uncle Sam haying
practically expired and having decid
ed to retire to private life we the
undersigned will offer at public sale
at our residence National Capitol at
Washington D C Monday Jan 2
1911Washington
1911 all of the following described
towlt
property
1
One elephant about fortynine
years old
Ono set of Injunctions and high
8cost of living Old enough to wean
sired by Republicans and damned by
everybody
One Republican Platform good as
campaignd
purposes
purposesOne
One Dig Stick somewhat worn
from overuse
One Republican Machine some
what out of repair
Ono Financial System well sup
plied with Clearing House Certlfl
cates and a little cash
A largo quantity of old Dinner
Palls Granpa Hats Coon Skins Ted
dy Bears Taft Smiles and other
things too numerous to mention
This sale will positively take place
on above date regardless of weath
er and everything must be cleared
out before 1512 as the Democrats I
will then take entire charge of Un
cle Sams business
Roast crow will be served by the
Old Boys Republican Club
Everybody regardless of past po
lltlcal servitude Invited The stuff
must be cleared away
Joe Cannon Auctioneer Colonels
Rockefeller Morgan and Vanderbilt
G 0 P Managers
Teddy Roosevelt Clerk
100 Reward 100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In all its stages
Catarrht
Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity Ca
tarrh being a constitutional dlaeasere
quires a constitutional treatment
Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
IT acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature In doing Its
muchn
faith In Its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that It falls to cure Send for
list of testimonials Address
F J Cheney ell Co Toledo 0
Sold by druggists 76c
Take Halls Family Pills for conatl
pation
LIGHTNING METHOD OF
CALCULATING INTEREST
Ono of the shortest and simplest
methods known for calculating in
terest is to multiply the principal by
ase
follows
followsFor
For 4 par cent divide by 90
For 5 per cent divide by 72
For 6 per cent divide by 60
For 7 per cent divide by 52
5e
Then point off four decimal place
For Instances to find the Interest on
36000 for 92 days at 8 per cent
multiply 36000 by 92 divide by
45 and point off four decimal places
The result Is 736 Implement
Age
SroGrowth
The Growth of Corn
Corn grows in 120 days from its
planting tlmo Out In the great I
corn belt during 1909 the cornI I
farmers made the ground give up to 1
them 15000000 a day every dayI I
of those 120 In other words every
day from the time the corn farmers
nut the seed in tho ground 16
000000 was poured Into their laps
until a grand total of 1720000000
was rolled up All the gold and sU
vor In the wholo United States to
day Isnt equal to this corn crop of
last ycarTravel Magazine
flc +
Earlle why dont you comb
lour hair
Cause I aint got a comb
Well why dont you tell your
mamma to buy you one I
Cause then Id have to comb
mohair
t
J Get tho Germlno Always
tA i substitute Is alibgerous make t
haft especially frmedlclne TOa
tlf1ulne Foley H ne 4snd Tajjfeo
coiighi add colds quickly and la In a I
tow package contains no opiate I
IiJitI it safe and certain In weighs
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LITTLE nor bLUR
I eI
The little toy dog Is covered with
rust
But sturdy and stanch he stands
And the little toy soldier is red with
ret
And his muaket molds In his
h ndsr f t
Time wax when the little toy ° dog
was new
And the soldier was passing fair
And that was the time when our Lit
tle Boy Blue
Kissed them and put them there
Now dont you go till I come he
saidAnd
And dont you make any noise
So toddling off to his trundle bed
He dreamt of the pretty toys
And as ho was dreaming an angel
song
Awakened our Little Boy Blue i
Oh the years are many the years
are long
But tho little toy friends are true
Aye faithful to Little Boy Blue they
stand
Each In the same old place
Awaiting the touch of a little hand
The smile of a little face
And they wonder as waiting the
long years through
In the dust of that little chair
What has become of our Little Boy
Blue
Since he kissed them and put
them there
EUGENE FIELD
I 1
CRUISING TO FIND
THE GARDEN OF EDEN
Norfolk Va December 22Hop
Ing to find the Garden of Eden and
evidently believing Itfs somewhere
In the vicinity of Norfolk the Bark
entlno Kingdom with 40 men and
women on board is tied up at Co
lonnas Marie Railway on the Berk
ley side of the Elizabeth river
The reporters endeavoring to get
an interview with some one on the
bark were shooed over tho side of
thevessel today by one lone woman
while several others nnd two men
stared at them but said nothing
What do you expect to find
here shouted one of tho reporters I
uWe did not expect to find such as
you the woman shouted Please
go away
awayOne
One of the men said the party are
hunting a suitable place to land for
the purpose of establishing a per
manent settlement and planting the
religious faith whore they will not
be Interfered with
Such a place If we find It he
said we will consider Eden
The barkentlne left Portland
Maine six weeks ago and for the
past four weeks it has been cruising
up and down the Chesapeake Bay In
search of a suitable place to land Its
strange passengers I
passengerspus
pus
Take Carelj j
Remember that when your kid
neys aro affected your life Is In dan
ger M Mayer Rochester N Y
says Foley Kidney Pills are a
wonderful discovery and I heartily
recommend their use My trouble
started with a sharp shooting pain
over my back which crew worse
each day I felt sluggish and tired
my kidney action was Irregular and
Infrequent with a fine sandlike sub
stance While tho disease was at fin
worst I started using Foley Kidney
Pills Their prompt and emclent ao
tlpn was marvelous Each dose
seemed to put new life and strength
into me and now I am completely
cured and feel better and stronger
than for years Sold by all deal
era m
A Dilemma
What Is a dilemma T asked one
small boy
Well replied the other Its
something like this If your father
says hell punish you if you dont
let your mother cut your hair thats
a dilemma I
CASTOR I IA
For Infants and Children
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the n
Signature of
ra
iiOIl YOU ICIDt MADE
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DAISY HEGUET HER AOT
SergeAntatArms Henry NCas
son of the House of Representatives
was surprised when he ppened thisi
thlsjrll
letter addressed to the Chief of Po1
lliet the Capitol II
Dear Sir Will you please have
my wlYes nani yerascd front the
dome df the QapltBlil She was not
my wife whgn Jlqi wrote Jt tfere and
ito la sorry she cUd It for she ia be
itbged with letters from all aorta of
igeBu asking her to meet them or
seeking permission to call This Is
I
111 a
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1
p
venr annoying and If yea hare tho
name erased the trouble can be
readily stopped
Colonel Casson was nonplused He
sent one of his bluecoats to Investi
gateSure
Sure its all over the dome re
ported the policeman The girl has
written In more than 20 places some
thing like this Oh you kid My
name is Daisy I live at
Conduit road
Colonel Casson had the writing
washed off and sent a letter of noti
fication to the husband
DAMAGED POSTAGE
POSTAGESTAMPS
STAMPS REDEEMABLE
All stamped envelopes which are
spoiled by mistakes committed in
superscribing will be redeemed by
the postoffice department at their
stamp value Postage stamps dam
aged by sticking together In warm or
damp weather or for other causes
before using may bo returned to the
department and their value repaid
to the purchaser or exchanged for
now stamps All redeemed envel
opes and stamps are sent by the
postmaster who redeems them to
the department and records of the
same are kept These regulations arc
we think not generally known at
large and their publication may bet I
beneficial to a large number of peo
ple
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHERS
CASTORIA
CASTORIAAbout
About the Size of It
The Owensboro Messenger says
In population Oklahoma now
ranks 23 Kentucky retrograded
from 12 to 14 and yet there has not
been a decent rain in Oklahoma In
four months while Kentuckys sea
Bono have been equable The differ
ence Is that Kentucky lands which
produce good paying crops every
year are highpriced while drouth
stricken Oklahoma lands may be
purchased for a song But the fool
farmer rushes off to Oklahoma In
quest of cheap lands and becomes so
poor he cant get back Isnt this
about the truth of It
Wants to Help Homo One
For thirty years J F Boyer of
Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt
find It Thats why he wants to help
some one now Suffering so long
ihlmselfho feels for all distress from
backache nervousness loss of appe
tite lassitude ana kidney disorders
He shows that Electric Bitters work
wonders for such troubles Five
bottles he writes wholly cured me
and now I am well and hearty Its
also positively guaranteed for liver
trouble dyspepsia blood disorders
female complaints and malaria
Try them SOc at James H Will
lams m
1 S
In 1810
The Pessimist Confound it Mal
achl The wells frozen up cant
find the tallow candles provisions
are most gone and it will be a week
before we can get a path shoveled
through to town
The OptimistCheer up Nehe
mlahl Just think that a hundred
yours from now when our groat
great grundchlldren biro grown np
to be novelist dramatists and ar
tlaia theg < xlll picture hose days as
tin good old tfine t
JUST ONEWORD
WORD thatnew a
thatT11
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MEANS HEALTH
mOa col1ltlttated
Troubled with 1D4Jre4Uea
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Vbrtljo DUlou
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one VV ftlustrauvua In stroa j paper covers to lUll one seneing 11 One ceH
tamps to cover cost of mailing nh or In French Cloth binding for 31 straps
Over 680000 copies of this compete Family Doctor Book were sold la cloth
cJotIaIDdlng
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were given away as above A new uptodtle revised edition is now ready
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That cant be done by the regular
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An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font 1
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