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so delicious i
Because it is right in
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with care and expert ski
lightful Boscul flavor, bui
less, bitter chaff, whici
grinds in with the good 1
We crack open the b(
this chaff before we steel
In Boscul you have a
purity and true coffee sti
with surpassing richness
Don't wait nor hesita
for this wholesome and sE
In tins and sealed cartons
Wim, S. Scull Co.,
For 62 Yessra lai orters, Itle
E chaff (
gents in thi
the very b<
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3ee us first.
Pie Live Stock Dealers
n the cup'
the package---doubly S
loice coffees blended
I to produce the de- 0
we get rid of worth
i ordinary grinding
)art of the coffee.
!rry and winnow out
cut the coffee.
beverage of absolute
ength, not bitter but C
te. Ak your grocer
tisfying coffee today.
only. Aever in hulk.
Camden, N. J.
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Do the right thing at the right time.M
Act quickly in time of danger. I
In time of kidney danger, Doan's t
:idney Pills are most effective. Ask 0
our neighbor. I.:,
Plenty of Manning evidence of their
Mrs. E. S. McLauchlin, Church St.
Miming, says: "Sonic years ago
had kidney trouble which started
'ith pains through the small of my z
ack. I certainly had terrible back
eies. Sometimes I suffered with
ich pains I could hardly stand it. I
'as all unstrung and my nerves were
i bad shape. Dizzy spells bothered
ic frequently and I had to take hold
f something for fear of falling over.
esides all these complaints, my kid- a
eys acted irregularly and caused me
uch annoyance. I finally took Doan's
idney Pills and they positively cured
e of all kidney trouble."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
iply ask for a kidney remedy-get
onn's Kidney Pills-the same that
[rs. McLauchlin had. Foster-Milburn
o., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
TEADY GROWTH Of
UPRISING OFFICIALS SAY
hihuahua City Is )efinitely in Con
trol of Rebels Forces, Declares
WAR MAY 11Tl VElRA CRUZ
mierican There Urges U. S. to Have
Warships in Readiness for Action
Should Necessity Arise.
Augua Prieta, A pril 30.--Chihuahua
ity is defillitely in thie hands of the
evolutionists, it was announced by
en. P. Illias Calles tonight. Ch ihua
ua City is one of the largest cities
i Northern Mexico. It has a popu
ition of approximately 40,000.
Gen. Ignacio Enriquez, candidate for
overnor of Chihmhua, according to
en. Calles, was at Santa Ysabel with
,500 State militia, marching towai'rd
h ihualiua to reinforce G"en. Eugenio
fortiniet' and Col. Francisco Del
Lreco, former federal commanders,
vho desrted with their troops.
Trelegiraphic communication was
stablished between Chihuahua City,
hanta Ysibel, Ilerniosillo, Capital of
;oniora, and military headquarters
iere shortly before 7 o'elock tonight.
len. Calles said lie was in direct com
nuiiitation with Gen. Enriquez.
Pay Taxes to De F-acto Regime.
Washington, April 30.-American
loinig businers in the State of Sonora
mnd other parts of Mlexico controlled
>y the revolutionists have been au
hori.('d to pay taxes an.d customs ll
ies to the do facto authorities.
This authorization, it was Cxphilined
olay at the State IDepartment, is in
'odiy at the State I)epartnient, is in
1ecoirdance with A re'ognl ized princ
le of international law and does not
1muniit to reCcognlitioni of a defactg)
.soverenmnent. The princ iple has been
>hosteve 0n se'ver'al oc'cas ions ini %lex -
tic, inotably when the Car'-anza iev
Ilu tioni st arted and his forces oh
,Ajined co nt rol of ports. J nabiIi ty of
hie r'ecogni'td gotVernmenI~lt of Mlexico
o collect dutties andt taxes in terrii
ory'~ heldl 1by the revoution is ts, it was
tatid. can nott be ptermuittedl to inter
e'e wvith iregulair commnercial trait
Woar .\lay, flit Vera ('ruz.
Thea State I eyaritmen(i1t retnived an
'xhaiustive reportit ttod~v ay condlit ions
hips hte ktept in readttiness fori tdis
>flh to Ve'ra ('iuz shldi the ieed.
irise. Alt fhough Ver'ia (C'ruz was sa id
o be t<it iet, potss ibhilit ies of troubille
heite were tiesibted as great.
Official adv~'ices t odayi from variousI
tarts of Alexicoi iniente a steady I
i':owthi of the revttlu tioniary move-j
neitt antI iapidl (coorinafton wit~h the
sonortia revolt of' manv of thet reliel
utnds whtichi have been toperaiting in
Ile tendenitlIy. The possibility otf Gen.
)hrtegon faking the fieldl in person I
or' an attack tin Alexico City was I
oreca''tst. in t hose reporits which sidl
ha t thle reliels of~ .li htactan, (;uierrto
'0 antI 1loreltts hail declared them
elves a unit of the Stinora armty.
tijosa, foirmier Post mist er G heera o )f
texico, arrestedl herec c'hari ged with I
te the ft of Alex ico Governimen t fiundts
'as r'eleaisedf underl $1 ,(000 honti aifteir
is examining trial ftda oni thie spie
tic chiartge oIf receiving emibezzletd
vIIATf ITI ('OSTIS TlO SIllP
Aveirage hents' eggs wvill we igh aboiut
1-2 pondts to the tdoxzen, or 2 ounces
piece. 'The weight tof a s ingli' dozen
I' eggs ini a (aritton prloperly packed
nid wriapped fori mail ing wvill run
'omt 2 to R ntnel s, denming, on th
ature of the particular container, the p1
ize of the eggs, and the packing and 2
,rapping used. If the container be a
very light one and the eggs small, c
1e parcel may fall withi nthe 2-pound
mit, and the postage, therefore, with
I the first and second zones, or 150
kile limit,.would be 6 cents. Most par- fi
Als 'containing a dozen eggs will ex- or
2ed 2 pounds but will not reach 3; fi'
icrefore the postage on them will be to
cents with in the first and second M
mes. A parcel containing 2 dozen ti
rgs will add perhaps 2 cents to the jo
ostage, though sometimes only 1 cent th
Lpending on the nature of the con- I
tiner and the packing and wrapping. w
It should be observed that the larg
the parcel (within the size and' de
'eight limits) the cheaper is the post- E'
.Te, as the first pound of every Pack- nt
Ze costs 5 cents within the first and al
-cond zones, while each adlditional Lb
Aind up to 50, costs but 1 cent; so W
iat while a 1-pound parcel would cost 11
cents postage, a 2-pound parcel 1I
ould cost only 6 cents, or 3 cents a C
"The Call of a T
A lecture dealing witl
.The Man I
A great inspiring fuc
fancy.. The theme is:'
"The Failures <
An address which vi
wrong vocation. It aiim
industry and the professio
Season Tickets for pli
One first class Autom-o
20fet by 25 feet at lOc]
just ab~out what it cost u
F A good future without
Sdoesni't oftenMl happLen, you
Ii Our inlstitu.tion' is a pn'
F andI investing hank.
We solicit the p atrionlag
al attr'ibuttos are likewise
ily desire to become such.
You never regret mont
use to regret wvhen it is g(
SThe Bank o
T. M. MOUZ%
lund. A 20-pound parcel would cost
I cents or 1 1-5 cents per pound and
50-pound parcel would cost 54
nts, or but 12-25 cents per pojnd.
'MISS MIAMI SHOWS SPEc'
New York, April 30.-An air ;y!
om Miami, Fra., to New York wtr
ic stop, in fifteen hours and thirty
'e minutes, flying time, was In)I.
day b ythe passenger seaplane M .
iami," piloted by Harry Rogeo -
e American Flying Club. The
urney of nearly 1,500 miles a -
e coast line was interrupte
orchead City, N. C., where i
As made for fuel.
The pilot, who made his land
rknless in the ludson river
ighty-sixth street, was aided b
,y Schroeder and Edward F.
so of the American Flying
ters were brought from'
illiams P. Smith of Miami, to
ylan, of New York, and fro
-esident of the Miami Chaim
>mmerce to the New York boO
iew New Era'
1 such vital problems
illade of facts, fun ai
He Can Who Thinks I
)f the Misfits'
11 help in avoiding the
to eliminate misfits in
Days $3.00 Plus
bile Water Proof Cover,
:)er square foot. TIhis is
s, and it has never been
al, S. C.
avingr issomething that
of t hese whose perison-~
andfl( those who ea rnest
ty saved. There is no)