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PAIR PLAY, STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
SHORT STORIES TERSELY TOLD FOR
THE BENEFIT OF BUSY READERS.
Plenty of "pep" In to be Injected Into
Mm campaign of Hunutor Wurruu 0.
HnrilliiK, Republican nominee for
Freslduut. by n conference ho held ut
JJurlon, Ohio, with Ilepubllcan loaders.
Senator Uolse Penrose may take the
tump for tliu Hardlng-CoolldKO ticket.
If ho does he will deliver addresses In
I'ennsylvnnlii nnd New York, a report
from Philadelphia says.
Frnnklln D. Roosevelt Is scheduled
to make u campaign speech In Los
Angeles, Cul., August 24, It was an
nounced at Democratic rmtlonul head
quarters ut New York.
An unsuccessful attempt to arrest
Governor Cox on u charge of automo
bile speeding and a harmless accident
to one of tlu cars of newspaper men
accompanying him furnished excite
ment In the motor trip of tlie Demo
cratic presidential candidate returning
to Columbus, Ohio, from Wheeling, V.
That William Jennings Itrynn will
tnke off lils coat and hustle for the
Democratic national ticket during the
campaign was the prediction made by
George White, chairman of the Demo
cratic national committee, ut Xew York.
Presence of strikebreakers on coast
wise piers prevented return to work
of longshoremen who voted at Xew
York to end their strike.
Organized labor lias a new program
to light the open shop movement that
calls for discarding the usual weapons
and tin; adoption of tactics Intended to
demonstrate labor's power to take over
industry, u report from Washington
The next convention of the Interna
tlonal Typographical Union will take
place In Quebec, it was determined at
the Albany, X. Y session. The only
other contender for the honor was Chi
cagif, and when the 2$i votes were
counted ICO fuvored "wet" Quebec and
Theodore Schude, arrested In San
Francisco, is expected at Chicago to
answer federal charges of obtaining
money under false pretenses while pos
ing as Lieut. Arthur KIncald.
Four masked taxi bandits held up 10
members of the United Republican
("iub In Brooklyn, X. Y., robbing them
of $2,500 and $2,000 worth, of Jewerly.
Alexander linker Is dead and Theo
dore Lyttle wounded as a result of a
pistol duel on a train at Manchester
Station, near IJurhourvllle, Ky.
Referred lo as the army's most
dangerous prisoner, Private John
liosher, recently found guilty of mur
der, returned to New York on the
transport Pocahontas, and was taken
under guard to a train for Fort Leaven
worth, Kan., to begin a !)'.)-year sen
tence at hard labor.
Feeling runs high at Norrlstown. Pa.,
against Augusto Pasquale, confessed
accomplice In the kidnaping of Hlakely
"Senator Harding wants to go 'buck
to normal'; Governor Cox wants to go
forward," says William Jennlng Bryan,
In an editorial In the August issue of
the Commoner his own publication.
"Sandwich men" parading outside
the doors of profiteers at New York
will be used In a protest against protl
leering on retail sales of fruit, vege
table and tlsh by Dr. Ilobert Grlmshuw,
a .special lecturer in New York Univer
sity. Prohibition forces of the country,
particularly those charged with the
enforcement of the dry laws, will bo
called upon shortly utter the fall elec
tion to defend their interpretation of
the Volstead enforcement act and the
eighteenth amendment, It Is said ut
Requests for loans of $200,000,000
of the $300,000,000 government revolv
log fund for the railroads, provided by
the Cummlns-Esch bill, have been
nmde by the Association of Hallway
Kxecutlves, the Interstate Commerce
A circular alleging the lo-,s of more
than a bulf-mllllon dollars' of Liberty
1-oun Bonds registered and mailed
from Milwaukee In the same .suck con
lalinng the missing $200,000 negutlable
railroad bonds, was sent over the
country by another detective agency,
It was reported at Chicago.
The Toledo (Ohio) street car ques
tion, "political football" ever since
the days of Brand Whltlock, entered
another phase when It was announced
that a servlce-at-cost franchise hud
been completed and would be submit
ted to the council next week.
The United Snoe Machinery Corpor
ation Hied an appeal In the supremo
court from Cederal court's decrees In
Missouri tlndlng It guilty under the
Clayton act of engaging In unfair com
jpetltlon. Men's clothing will settle ut lower
'prices at wholesale this fall, In the
opinion of Wllllum M. Wood, president
of the American Woolen Company,
Luwrence, Mass, He refers lo clothe
that go on sale at retail In the spring
of iy.il. At thu same time he declares
that woolen cloth will not drop In
Mini Marlon Clow has opened it
charge account with the police depart
ment at Lake Forest, lib Arrested ami
fined (2 for speeding, r'K! proiulsui Vo
pay Inter. r
Cecil Sharpe and Victor Blade, coal
miners, both 10 years old, were killed
by a freight train on the Southern
between Muren and Ayershlre, near
The recovery of .Mary Coudry, who
was wounded when her father, Ktull
Coudry, of New York, tired sis shots
at her and her mother, Is expected to
recover. Coudry, according to the
police, said he was tired of his wife
dressing like a girl of 21 and posing, as
a sister to his daughter.
Twenty-one were Injured, one seri
ously, when Pennsylvania train No. 4-1,
cast bound from St. Louts was wrecked
and hurled over n culvert near HI tiff
City, 111. The roadway iiad been
washed out by a cloudburst.
Margaret Becker Is dead of Injuries
suffered when she Jumped from an aulo
near Tomah, Wis. She was returning
from a dance, became alarmed at the
speed of the machine and Jumped.
Mrs. Catherine Dlano, .'17, was burned
to death In her bed and several per
sons were injured In a lire which de
stroyed three frame dwellings at Chi
cago. The cans-- of the blaze Is under
Investigation. The loss Is estimated
James Shevlln, federal prohibition
enforcement agent at New York, has
started an lmostlgatlon to ascertain
whether there was really a "tickle" in
the little souvenir bottles passed out
last night at the opening perfonhance
of "Tickle .Me" at a local theater.
A man believed to be Count Chris
tian Van Kuuth of IX-nmnrk was shot
anil perhaps fatally wounded when he
attempted to enter the home of Wlllon
W. Armour nt Omaha, Neb.
The Pacific Mills one of the largest
textile group at Lawrence, Mass., em
ploying 12,000 operatives, will close
down for three weeks. The three
weeks' shutdown Is an extension of
the annual vacation period of 10 days.
American athletes Jumped Into the
lead In the Olympic contests at Ant
werp by wonderful perfyrnmnces in the.
100-meter dash and the -100-meter
While a policeman wailed outside
her door at Chicago with a warrant
for her an est, Mls Louise Lamm, 10,
of Kansas City, was lighting the effects
of bichloride of mercury, which the
police say was self-adialidstered.
Charles Fox, an American, is under
arrest at Knsenada, Lower California,
charged with carrying from San Diego
to Knsenada letters Inimical to the In
terests of Ksterban ('until, revolting
governor of the northern district of
With 1,200 cars of wheat congested
at Galveston, Tex., ami 4..S00 more en
route, the permit system of shipping
grain to this port for ocean tran.-port
Herbert C. Hoover, former food ad
ministrator, returned to Oregon, for
n visit to Ids boyhood home at New
President Wilson has Induced former
Gov. Samuel W. McCall of Massachu
setts to accept an appointment as a
member of the United States Tariff
Commission, It was announced ut the
Mrs. Anna Hardcastle Ford, wife
of K. Ford, manager of the Ford Thea
ter, Baltimore, died at her home, Carl
ford Manor, Park Heights avenue and
Ford lane. She had been ill about a
"A gentleman," says Charlie Chaplin,
"can say little where a Judy Is con
cerned. I'd rather not suy much about
the divorce suit." He Is ut Salt Luke
City to eseaiK- lawyers.
Coins of the Philippine Islands un
to be made at a government mint re
cently completed at .Manila. One con
luvo pieces (oue-hulf cent) will be Is
sued for u time. Later .silver coins may
be turned out.
Twelve million children in Kurope
lost one or both parents during the
wur, it is shown by compilations gath
ered by represeniathe.s of the Ameri
can Bed Cross at Paris In IS eouutries.
Establishment of a regular air serv
ice between Copenhagen, Hamburg,
Amsterdam and London practically
has been agreed upon by Danish, Gei".
man, British and Dutch aero compan
ies. Independence for the Philippine Is
lands before the next 2.1 years whs
opposed as "a crime of the llrst mag
nitude" by llepresentullve C. H. Ban
dull of Cullfornlu, u member or the
congressional party touring the orient,
In a speech at Honolulu.
Six hundred deaths June resulted
from the epidemic of cholera In Korea
and .'i,12. cases have been reported,
says a report from Seoul.
Prime Minister Venlzelos of Greece,
attacked by would-be assassins at
Paris, Is not dangerously wounded, his
BANDITS HOLD DP
TRAIN IN ST. LOUIS
FOUR POUCHES OF REGISTERED
MAIL ARE STOLEN BY
RAIL CLERKS ARE HELD AT BAY
Robbers Board Car at Tower Grove
Station, Toss Off Sacks Said to
Contain Money, Jewelry and
St. Louis. The Missouri Pacific fast
mail train No. f was held up and
robbed of four registered mall pouches
by two masked bandits, who bourdd
the train at the Tower Grove Station
as It slowed up for the Frisco crossing.
The registered pouches are believed
to have contained money and Jewelry.
Post office inspectors said that It would
be Impossible to state the value or
the contents of the suck, until when
a check could be made upon the t'raln's
arrival at Poplar Blull'.
The mall sacks were thrown from
the train between the Tower Grove
Station and Oak Hill avenue a dis
tance of about live miles where the
bandits left the train.
The train was stopped at the South
Broadway Station, where the lirsl re
port of the robbery was made. The
two train robbers are believed to have
been met at oMk IIII1 aenuo by ac
complices who were In an autompblle.
Kdward I'ruzler, conductor on the
train, sent a telegram to the St. Louis
police from Poplar Bluff, Mo., In wli.Hi
he told of the four sacks being stol. n.
l'razlcr said that as the train
slowed up at the Tower Grove 'Station
the men swung into the mall car, the
doors of which were open. They com
manded the mall clerks to throw up
their hands. They then lined them
against the wall of the car and
searched the sacks of mull, selecting
the ones that they were to throw off,
and piling them In the center of the
car near the door.
As the train neared Onk Hill avenue,
Frazler said, three torpedoes were
heard to explode. These torpedoes are
placed on the track and three of them
are a signal for the train to stop im
mediately. The cord was also pulled by the rob
bers, giving the stop signal. As the
train slowed down the mall pouches
weiv thrown from the car into the
weeds along the track.
Before the train was brought to a
stop the signal to start was given and
the men swung off the train.
Frazler beg m Investigation of
why the train was stopped and dis
covered the mall car had been looted.
When the train readied the Broad
way Station it was stopped and a re
port of the robbery was sent In to
the mounted district and central sta
tions. PACKERS MUST SELL
YARDS BY AUGUST 31
Attorney General Palmer Extends the
Time to Dispose of East
Washington. Packers will have
until August ill - to dispose of their In
terests In the Fust St. Louis uu,l
other stock yards of tlie countrj. in
accordance with tlie terms of dissolu
tion agreed upon between them una
Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer
following tlie suit he instituted against
An extension of time for dhm-ce-ment
of their Interest called for was
,-! m-M- iiiii-r an extensive i. in
ference between representnt Ives f
the packers and the department ot .ins.
tlce. Had this extension not lM'en
arranged the packers would have i,i ,.n
compelled to give up their int-n si3
At the conference hen- the pack, rs
presented a plan of dissolution, Imi t
was so long and Involved that attor
neys of tlie department of jushca
wanted time to consider It before g.v
Ing approval. Consequently it ,,s
decided to give the time of 'exccul
tlie dissolution until August :n t
time for consideration. An order 10
,1.1.. ..IV '. .
nun iis ciuoreu ny tlie ilcpurt
j ment of Justice in the United Slates
i supreme court.
I Officials of the department said Unit
I to make public now the plan subuni.
t((! would harms Imth the men,-
inent and the packers, therefore n will
j be kept a secret until acted upon.
Kansas Miners Plan to Stay Out.
Pittsburg. Kan. Twelve local unions
i of the United Mine Workers in vim
i Mulberry District announced their de
cision to remain away from work until
such time as the lines Imposed for Sat
urday Idleness are returned lo them.
Koreans Plan Demonstration.
Toklo. Advices from Seoul, Korea,
planning Insurrectionary demoiistiu
Hons upon the occasion of the vjslt of
the American congressional parly to
that city. The Americans are at pres
ent in China, returning from an Inxnec
Hon of affairs In the Philippine Is
lands, Washington. Tin- bureau of Inter
nal revenue has announced the un,
polntment of ltalph W. Stone as fed-,
oral prohibition director for the stte
Stranger Uses Forged Checks, Leaving
Most of Sums Secured on
Deposit In Own
Scdalla, Mo. Police are searching
for a forger who obtained more than
$1,000 from three Scdalla banks.
At the American KxcIufngG Bank, the
Scdalla Trust Compuny and the Third
National Bank the stranger presented
checks for deposit purporting to bear
the signatures of local men. In each
Instance he explained that he wanted
to leave the greater part of the money,
wanting only a small sum for Inci
dental expenses. In 'no case was he
asked to Identify himself.
At the trust company a forged check
bore the signature of George A. Melton
nnd Son, Scdalla real estate linn. The
check was for $1285 and was made
payable to It. P. Haines.) Two-thirds
of the amount wns lefOon deposit.
The check presented to the Exchange
Bank was for $727.50, and the name of
Q. A. Morgan, also a real estate man,
payable to J. 13. Wilson. At this bank
the greater part was left on deposit.
At the Third National Bank the
name ,pf A. L. Moore was used and
the forged name of Morgan was
attached, while the amount wns $785,
most of which wns left on deposit.
Service Board Authority Denied.
Jefferson City, Mo. The lioek Is
land ltallroad Company denied the au
thority of tlie state public service com
mission' to interfere with the switching
charges of $2.50 per car charged the St.
Louis Independent Packing Company
for switching cars into its yards. Prior
to this country declaring war on Ger
many It seems to have been the rule
of tlie Bock Island. Missouri Pacific
and other lines switching cars inlo tlie
ynrds of the compnnynt Chouteau and
Vandeventcr avenues, St. Louis, to
make no extra charge, since the pack
ing company furnished the sidings, but
following the declaration of war the
railroads added tlie charge stated. The
packing company lately applied to the
commission to remove the switching
Friendly Contest for Office.
Macon, Mo. There was an exciting
contest In the Republican convention
tore between two young men who had
ben chums In the American expedi
tionary forces serving in France. They
were Raymond Burch of CuIIao and
Sam Steele of Atlanta, both candidates
for the nomination for assessor nnd
both of whom got up and mnde
speeches for the other. The conven
tion tied twice In voting and on the
third ballot Steele was nomlnntorl in-
a narrow margin. Burch Immediately
got up and said he wns going to work
as hard to olect Steele as he would
have worked for himself.
To Dedicate Neff Hall.
Columbia. Mo. .Tav n. Neff Tinit
the new home of the School of Jnurnnl.
Ism of the University of Missouri, will
lie dedicated September 1. The dedica
tion exercises will he combined with
the opening convocation of the fall
term of the University.
Dr. Talcott Williams, orznnlzer nnd
dean emeritus of the Pulitzer School
of Journalism at Columbia University,
will dolher tlie principal dedicatory
address. Ills subject will be "The
Newspaper Man's New Task."
State Fair Draws Big.
Se lalla. Mo. The second dm, nf fha
20th aunuul Missouri State Fair at
tracted more thousands of vls'tors to
the two sacred concerts than on any
previous Sunday. The attendance was
12,000, hundreds coming In their auto
mobiles from all surroundlncr counties.
There was fully as many people for
mo nignt program, Thavlus' Band and
?ruml opera singing being frequently
Buenos Aires Students.
Columbia, Mo. Foreign students ex
pecting to attend tlie regulur session
of the University of Missouri have al
ready begun to arrive nt- fntnmi.i,.
Four students from Beunos Aires ar
rived after a trip of almost six weeks.
They stopped In New York to look
around before coming to Columblu.
Girl Accuser Missing.
Poplar Bluff. Mo. The preliminary
hearing of Alfred Hosklns, accused by
his 15-year-old daughter, Lulu, was con
tinued because of failure of the girl
to appear; It was said the mother,
with others of his family, left the city
soon after the arrest of Hosklns, tak
ing the girl with them.
Fulton Man Seeks Coal.
Fulton, Mo. W. Ed. Jameson of FuU
ton has secured options on 1,500 acres
of land near Hani's Prairie, a few miles
south of this city, and now has a force
of men making prospect holes for Are
clay and coal.
Kidnaped Child Is Found.
Kansas City, .Mo. Lillian Brow'n, 8-yeu,r-o!d
daughter of W. L. Brown,
chief stationary engineer for the Terry
Dairy and Ice Cream Company. Little
Rock, who was kidnaped four months
ago, was found at the homo of Brown's
divorced wife, .Mrs. May Carroll, here.
Chadwlck Has a Fire.
Springfield, .Mo. The buMness sec
tlon of ChadwJek, ;50 miles southeast
cf Sprlngtlcld, was swept by a (Ire
which destroyed four framo business
buildings and a lumber yard.
SEDALIA BANKS AD
War Veteran a "Deserter." .
Hannibal, Mo Efforts of Louts V.
Boss of Hannibal, a reserve in the
Itoyal Engineers, to secure restoration
of tils citizenship nftcf serving a year
and a half with the British forces In
France, brought news to him that he
wns a deserter on the records of the
United States government. He received
this word when he asked aid of the
state department In getting his release
from service with Great Britain.
Iicss was notified that his draft
hoard had certified him to the war de
partment as having fulled to respond
to Its call, and he wns thus classified
as n deserter. He was told to report
to the nearest camp or post and Is now
awalt'ng orders from the commaudant
of Jefferson Barracks.
Corn Yield 200,000,000 Bushel.
Jefferson City, Mo. Missouri corn
gained, two points during July und the
condition, August, 1920, of 84 forecasts
a yield of .10.34 bushels per acre, a
total of $200,158,000 bushels, accord
ing to E. A. Logan, agricultural sta
tistician for Missouri, and Jewell
Mayes, secretary of the state board cf
agriculture. Threshing returns show
that Missouri farmers are harvesting
74.02S.000 bushels of small grain in
1020 against 07,105,000 bushels In 1019,
resulting from reduced acreage In
wheat and rye.
Mrs. Martin In Aoaln.
Capo Girardeau, Mo. Mrs. W. W.
Martin, who was a delegute to Demo
cratic National Convention nt Frisco,
was re-elected here as township com
mltteewoman a week after she had
resigned the position.
Mrs. L. B. Ilouck, who wns elceted
to fill the position after Mrs. Martin
had stepped down, tendered her resig
nation In order to pave the way for
her predecessor to again take office.
Girl Killed, Mother and Babe Hurt.
Crocker, Mo. Mrs. Nellie M. Mer
man, of Parsons, Kan., was Injured,
hqr 9-year-old daughter killed und 7-month-old
baby thought to bo fatally
Injured when n Frisco train struck
their auto at a grade crossing near
Crocker. They were en route from
Holla 'to Wnynesvllle to visit Mrs. Mer
man's mother, Mrs. C. M. Dalley.
Record Price for Farm.
Lebanon, Mo. W. I. DIffenderfer
sold to W. L. Judd of Kansas City a
40-acre farm lying one-half mile from
Lebanon for $5,300, or $1.12.50 per acre,
which Is the highest price ever paid
for farm land In this county.
Dry Goods Thieves Held.
Kansas City, Mo. Robbing of dry
goods stores In towns adjacent to Kan
sas City was admitted to the police,
following the arrest of four Italians,
three negroes, a white man and two
women In u store here.
Road to Issue Bonds.
Jefferson City, Mo. Application has
been filed with the public service com
mittee by tlie Joplln & Pittsburg Rail
way Company for authority to issue
bonds for $278,000 to pay for neces
Soldier Memorial Contracted.
Fulton, Mo. The contrnct for th
erection of the Soldiers' Memorial
Bridge In the new city park In Fulton
has been let to the Topeka Bridge and
Construction Company, of Tonoicn.
Kan., for $13,102.
Gets 50 Years for Holdup.
Kansas City. Mo. Harrv TWlnr
charged witli particinatlnir In th. .
cent daylight holdup of Frankel, Frank
company, in tuts city, was sentenced
to 50 years In the penitentiary.
Northwest Teachers Meet October 15.
Mnryvllle. Mo. Tlie nnnnnl ,r,Q0tl..
of the Northwest District Teachers'
Association will he linll nt o....
Teachers' College in this city, October
1 FT t
i.i, ju unu Li.
Y Worker Goes to India.
Greenfield. Mo. Miss .TpksIo Atnrin.
of this city, who has been engaged In
Y. W. C. A. work in New York City,
has been selected as one of two associ
ation workers to go to India.
Athletic Director Resigns. 6
Columbia, Mo. The resignation of
Athletic Director W. A. Meanwell has
ueen omciany accepted by the execu-
uru oi me university of Mis.
County Judge Named.
Jefferson City, Mo. Governor Gnrd
ner has appointed A. W. Nlckell presld
Ing Judge of the county court of Lynn
county, Vice T. M. Ludden, resigned.
New School Head Chosen.
Kevtesvllle tn e r r ....
principal of the Greenwood school In
.Tllf-lfKntl lminhi ti.w. I.. .
- nun ucun eieciea super.
Intendent of the schools here.
Bond Issue Is Sold.
Carthage, Mo. The $100,000 water
ways bond Issue here lias been sold to
tho w. R. Couipton Company of St
Louis, which puld a premium of $,'100.
Commercial Club Intercedes.
Fulton, Mo. steps are under way
to have the Fulton Commercial Club
uct as intermediary in erfo,.t t0
bring about an agreement between the
coal operators und miners regarding
the wage scale. Miners here are on
closed ,,rnct,cu,,y " the mines ur
Lightning Stroke Fatal.
Marshall, Mo. Amlel tinkler ir
was killed by lightning near llan S
nan Henry Urewle, his companion
wus Injured. vwva,
OATS BEST CROP
Statistics Show Advantages
Over Corn Growing.
On Comparatively Cheap Land m
Western Canada Farmer Get Rev.
ord Yield Cost Per Acre Much
Leia Than Corn.
How much more doea It coat tm
trow an acre of corn than to grow an
ere of oats? To get a proper com
parison It la necessary to take an Il
lustration from a farm on which both
crops are grown successfully. An ex
ample has just been brought to tho
writer's attention of the comparative
cost of growing corn nnd oats on
Minnesota farm. It is furnished by
Albert Inmcr, a well-known fanner Id
Cottonwood county, Minn., in an ar
ticle which appeared in the Cotton
Mr. Inmer says : "I had a curiosity
to know how much It would cost to
raise an acre of oats and corn. To
find out I kept nccount, during tho
year, of tho time required and tho
cash expended to grow the nboye men
tioned crops." His figures show that (
it cost htm $31.40 to grow an acre of
corn and $18.13 1-3 to grow an acre o?
oats, or a difference of $13.00 nn acre
In favor of onts.
Provided the respective crop yleldn
are not altogether out of proportion to
the cost of growing the crop, this
seems to be, a good argument tn fnror
of growing oats. But to grow onto
successfully it is not necessary to tise
8150 or $200 land. In western Canada
some of the best ont-growlng land In
the world can be bought for about $20
on acre. On this land good yields nnrl
a high quality of grain Is obtainable.
Fifty to sixty bushels to the acre
In properly prepared land Is a fnlr
average yield for ,oats In western Can
nda In a normal season hut yields of
up to 100 bushel?, nnd pven more, to
the ncre have been frequent In good
sears. The quality of oats grown In
western Canada Is attested by the fact
that at all the International exhibi
tions for many years past oats growo
lu western Canada have been award
ed the lending prizes. There Is or
record oats grown In western Canada
that have weighed as much as 48
pounds to the measured bushel, and?
tho dominion grain Inspector Is author
ity for the statement that 85 per cent
of the onts examined by him In west
ern Canada weigh more than 42
pounds to the measured bushel. Tho
standard weight for a bushel of oat
la 34 pounds.
Samples of these oats weighing up
ward of 45 pounds to the bushel aro
on exhibition at the Canadian govern
ment Information bureau, located Id
various cities in the United States.-
Miracle of Ingenuity.
The air turbine of I. T. Nedlnnd, n.
North Dakota artisan, Is less than one
twentieth of an inch In diameter ane
weighs only one-fifth of a grain troy.
It has eight parts, the casing being of
gold and the motor of steel. Tha
motor, which has six slots, has a diam
eter of 0.032 Inch; the shnft, O.OOT
Inch. Mounted on a hollow pedestal
the turbine Is driven nt a high rate of
speed by a Jet of compressed" air en
tering nt the bottom. Th'ls seems to.
be ' the tiniest of nil motors, belne
mailer than the same' maker's elec
tric motor and steam engine, each of
which Is reputed to be the smnllesfc
machine of the kind in the world.
THE MERITS OF
Rut Thair Utters
Mrs. Martha C. Dale, B. P. D. 1,
Cannon, Del., writes: "I am en
tirely cured of chronic catarrh of
the stomach and bowels by P&-EU-NA."
Mr. J. Bayer, Glendale, Oregont
"There is no medicine like PE-RU-KA
for catarrhal deafness."
Mrs. Kate Marquis, Middleburg.
Ohio: "PE-RU-NA cured me of
catarrh of the head and throat."
Mr. J. H. Collins, Wesson, Mia
issippi: "PE-RU-NA makes me,
feel vigorous and able to work
without that tired, weak feeling I
usually have otherwise."
Mrs. P. Ludvigsen, Austin, Min
nesota: "I got rid of my liver
trouble and csn eat anything since
Mrs. L'. Hearing, 283 East 169th
St, New York City: "For catarrh
of the head and, stomach, I have
found PE-RU-NA better than any
other medicine." '
Mr. W. H. Edgar, 49 Cooper St.
Atlanta, Georgia: "PE-RU-NA
cured me after I. had suffered
fifteen years with rheumatism."
Mrs. Leona Dodd, R. No. 8,
Medon, Tennessee: "PE-RU-NA
a grand medicine for cought and .
So many diseases are due to ca
tarrh and catarrhal condition,
Snkef ??-RU-A the bei medi
cine in the world to have on hand
w-Sf ge" ml" and Sterol health
protection. Thousand of families
are never without a bottle of PE
rhiNtA ?r ?box of PE-RU-NA
TW . l5J the, medcw cabinet
i hat la the safe way.
w ica? PE-RU-NA any.
Where in tablet or liquid formT
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