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2. L. BLUR, IMItor nnd Publlilter.
PEunYsuuliol 1 i onio
A WEEK'S RECORD
All tho News of tho Past Seven
nOSEE AND FOREIGN ITEMS
Nowa of tho Industrial Field, Personal
and Political Items, Happenings
at Homo and Abroad.
IHE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD
Tho Quay case, the Philippine bill and tho
Alaska bill were discussed In tho scnato on
tho 4th and 81 prlvato pension bills Tvcro
passed.... In tho houso tho I'orto Itlco bill
wan received from tho scnato and referred
to tho ways and means committee. Tho
Hawaiian territory bill was further con
sidered. On tho nth Senator Galllncer (N. H.) pre
sented an argument In tho scnato against
tho seating of SI. S. Quay as a sonator from
Pennsylvania. Most of the day was spent
In cxecutlvo session on tho Hny-I'auncc-toto
treaty.. ...In tho houso tho Hawaiian
bill was amended so as to nullify laborcon
tracts and prohibit saloons. Tho naval ap
propriation bill ($C1,219,WC) was reported.
Notice was Riven by Senator Dcboo (Ky.)
In tho Hcnato on tho Cth that ho would
movo to refer the credentials of former
Senator J. C. S. Blackburn as a senator
from Kentucky to tho commlttco on priv
ileges and elections. Tho Indian appropri
ation bill was discussed In the houso
tho substitute for the senate bill, providing
for a territorial form of government for
Hawaii, was passed by a vote of 120 to 23.
Tho bill now goes to conference. Sir Jenk
ins (N. C.) Introduced a bill looking to tho
control of trusts.
Tho tlmo was occupied In tho senate on
tho 7th In discussing tho Indian appropria
tion bill In the house tho agricultural
npproprlutlon bill ((1,113,000) was reported
and eulogies wcro pronounced upon the
life, services nnd character of tho late Rich
ard P. Bland, of Missouri.
Fire in Knnsns City, Mo., destroyed
the hall intended for the democratic
convention, ulso n church, school, nnd
half a block of buildings, the total loss
Six persons were injured In the
wreck of tin Omaha & St. Louis train
nt Silver City, la.
In n brief filed in the supreme court
in Washington the department of
justice contends that the constitution
docs not apply to I'orto Itlco.
Live hogs sold In Chicago at S5.G5 n
hundred pounds, the highest point
All the life-saving stations on the
great lakes have' been opened for the
Fire destroyed the entire business
portion of Ilnvcnn, Mich.
Thirteen Inches of snow fell nt
Cheyenne, Wyo., and during the storm
a woman was struek by lightning.
Masked men blew up two bridges
nnd burned two tollhouses on the Lo
gansport and Burlington (Ind.) pike.
The Ohio law forbidding the dis
charge of any workman because of
membership in a union is declnred un
constitutional. A Florida physician saya Gov. Tan
ner, of Illinois, has consumption and
is not likely to live six months.
Arthur F. Marsh, of Allegan, late in
Epector general of the Michigan na
tional guard, was convicted of conspir
ing to defraud the state in the sale arid
purchu&c of military supplies.
Taylor and Beckham, contesting
governors in Kentucky, have agreed to
await a decision of the supreme court.
Miss Olga Xcthersole and other
actors were in New York found not
guilty of maintaining a public nuisance
in presenting the drama "Sapho."
The village of Ivor, Va., was burned
by a fire started by a negro, who was
caught by a posse and hanged.
Three miners were crushed to death
by a fall of slate In a mine at Wclles
The post office at Dewey, Wis., wis
burned nnd the postmaster was badly
Fire destroyed the Spies building,
the lnrgcst business block in Menom
inee, Mich. Loss, $200,000.
The New York legislature has ad
journed sine die.
Albert Miehaud was hanged at Tn
comn, Wash., for murdering his .11
The Iowa legislature has adjourned
Tho valley of the Nooksaehk river
near Mount Baker in Washington be
came n mountain through a strange
upheaval of the earth's surface.
The physical laboratory of the Le
high university at Bethlehem, Pa.,
was burned, the loss being $200,000.
A parcels post treaty lias been Ar
ranged between Venezuela and the
The Apache Indians In Arizona are
on the wnrpath.
The country southwest of Austin,
Tex., was visited by a cloudburst, and
at Water Valley CO houses were
wrecked. Immense property losses
were sustained on farms and cattle
Five natives were garrotcd atPonc;:,
Porto BIco, for murder.
The National Railway Building nnd
Loan association at Atlanta, Gn., went
into'n receiver's hands with liabilities
Judge Dunne decided In Chicago
that n womnn can prevent the use of
her photograph In advertisements.
There were 162 business failures in
the United States liifthe seven days
ended on the Gth, nga);jst20:i the weH;
previous and 220 in tli(( corresponding
period of 1S00.
Robbers rilled the Santa Fc depot at
Wlnfleld, Kan., and shot and killed D,
C. Coates, the night operator.
Tho exchnnges nt the lending clear
ing houses In tho United States dur
ing tho week ended on the 0th aggre
gated $1,941,438,205, ngnlnBt $1,720,800,
87D tho previous week. The decrease
compared with the corresponding week
of 1S99 was S.l.
The Kentucky court of appeals ren
dered a decision holding thnt J. 0. W.
Beckham is governor. The republic
ans will enrry tho case to the United
States supreme court.
Three large wholesale firms in Chica
go and the Burlington Railroad com
pany have forbidden employes to smoke
The Sans Soucl Opera House block
and the SchaiTcr building at Ballston
Spa, N. Y., were burned, the loss being
The house of a negro nt Clnrcmont,
Vn., was destroyed by fire, nnd five of
his seven children perished in the
Fire destroyed one-half of the town
of Robinson, 111.
The great dam across the Colorado
river at Austin, Tex., was swept away
by a flood, causing damage of $2,000,000
to property in Austin and vicinity nnd
the loss of over 50 lives.
A treasury department statement
shows that there is more money In cir
culation now than at any previous time
In the history of the country, the
amount being $2,021,1174,520.
Charlotte (Mich.) Methodists re
sented their pastor's bitter attack on
tho church nnd drove him from tho
pulpit, accepting his resignation on
For the second tlmo in three years
the department store of Joseph Horno
the loss being nearly $2,000,000.
& Co. was burned nt Pittsburgh, Pn.,
rnnsoNAi. and political.
Ohio republicans have renominated
James II. Southard for congress in the
Ninth district and J. J. Gill in the Six
teenth. John Bldwcll, prohibition enndidnte
for presidency in 1892, died at Chico,
William Gregory (rep.) was elected
governor of Rhode Island by 10,000
plurality, and the legislature Is large
E. II. Moore, nged 8S, died In Ath
ens, O. He was a former congressman
from the Fifteenth district.
The state populist convention nt
Grand Forks, N. D., split on the ques
tion of indorsing Bryan.
The Pennsylvania democratic con
vention nt Ilnrrisburg instructed its
delegates to Kansas City to vote for
Admiral Dewey announces his plat
form as "the flag and free trade." He
says he is n democrat.
Washington republicans In conven
tion at Kllersburg elected delegates to
the national convention instructed to
vote for McKInlcy.
Wyoming republicans will hold their
convention nt Cheyenne May 1G.
Republicanshnve renominated James
S. Sherman for congress in the Twenty-fifth
New York district and J. D.
Bowcrsock in the Second Kansas dis
trict. The democrats have nomlnnted
James Cooney in the Seventh Mis
The people's party in Illinois will
hold its state convention in Spring
field on the 21th Inst.
C. Q. Ilildebrand hns been nomi
nated for congress by the republicans
of the Sixth Ohio district.
James Seely, a well-known maker
of perfumes, died at his home in Roch
ester, N. Y.
Shoughnnssee, the famous chief of
the rottawatomies, died at Nadcau,
Kan., at the age of 90 years.'
John Wright Dean, the Quaker evan
gelist and coworker with the late
Dwight L. Moody, died suddenly in
Pawtucket, R. I., nged 70 years.
The republicans have nominated
David Ross for congress In the Seven
teenth Illinois district, W. M. Horton in
the Twelfth Missouri, and renominated
II. C. Van Voorheis in the Fifteenth
Frederic 12. Church, one of the most
renowned American lnndscape paint
ers, died in New York, aged 74 years.
The Boer army was laying siege to
Bloemfontcln, where the greater part
of the British forces in South Afrion
is now massed, according to the latest
advices from that city. Tho dis
patches say that the burghers were
closing in on all sides, with the in
tention of surrounding the town.
A Manila dispatch says that a
scheme of municipal government pre
pared by a mixed board, of which
Senor Arellano Is president, has re
ceived the approval of Gen. Otis.
Queen Victoria arrived in Dublin to
pay Ireland n visit after n lapse of 39
Russian influence is supreme in Bul
garia, and Ferdinand hns placed the
government under a regency.
The Mafeking garrison made a sortie
while Gen. Plumer attacked the Boers
at Ramathlabama, but both were re
pulsed, Plumer losing 20 men killed nnd
six prisoners. The Boers lost three
killed and ten wounded at Korn Spruit
and made 389 British prisoners. Brit
ish maps nnd plans for invasion were
A boy with pockets full of anar
chistic literature fired two shots in
the prince of Wales' enr at the Brus
sels railway station, but no harm was
Seventy-three men were killed by an
avalanche In the Veronsenevll district
of Kchigo, Jupau,
Five whole companies of Brittah
troops were captured not far from
Bloemfontcln. Gen. Mcthucn's men
left Klmberley to relieve Mnfeklng
and reached Bishof, Near this point
08 Boers vero surrounded by British
and after losing eight killed and blx
Osman Nubtir Pasha, the hero of
Plcvnn, died at Constantinople, al
though the recent Improvement In his
condition led to the hopes of his recovery.
Tho Dublin police suppressed an Is
sue of United Irclnnd In which hos
tility wns Bhown to Queen Victoria.
Cecil Rhodes arrived In Loudon, but
refused to discuss troubles In South
Gen. Otis will retire from his com
mand in tho Philippines at his own
request Mny 1 or shortly thereafter,
and will be succeeded In chief com
mand by Gen. Arthur MncArthur.
Tho Boers attacked and defented a
large force of British cavnlry at Do
Wet's dorp, southeast of Bloemton
teln, capturing 450 prisoners nnd a
lnrgo quantity of ammunition nnd
camp stores nnd Inflicting henvy loss.
The fedcrnl loss was two killed and
four wounded. The Boers were mov
ing into Nntnl as If to attack Gen.
Bullcr's forces or to prevent any ad
vance toward Pretoria.
Reports of encounters between tho
Amerlcnn troops nnd tho insurgents
contlnuo to nrrlve in Manila from
many points. Gen. Young, In north
ern Luzon, nnd Gen .Bell, In tho
south, say their forces aro insuffi
cient to prescrvo order.
MINOR NEWS ITEMS.
Colorado congressmen want a sol
diers' home established nt Denver.
Secretary Long favors medals and
extra pay for gallantry in tho navy.
The Porto Rlcan labor unions hnvo
decided to join the national labor bod
ies of the United States.
John II. Reagan, the solo surviving
member of Jefferson Davis' confeder
ate cabinet, Is writing his recollec
tions. John William Rcy, a famous min
strel 40 years ago, is dead at his homo
in North Patcrson, N. J., aged 77
A mummy discovered two years ago
in Egypt hns now been identified in
France as that of the Pharoah of the
From Cuba 10,000.000 pineapples will
be shipped into the states this year.
The fruit now reaches New York irom
Havana in three days.
Announcement of free food nt
Ponce brings hundreds of starving
Porto Rtcnns there. Suffering is in
creasing throughout the island.
Judge Foster in chnrging a New
York grand jury said that they must
go to the bottom of corruption and
could use the military If necessary.
Gov. Richards, of Wyoming, hns
called on the women of the stntc to
rnise $4,000 to purchase n silver serv
ice for the new battleship Wyoming.
There nre over 5,000 silver mines
nnd 1,000 gold mines in operation in
Mexico; Last year the value of thco
metals exported was nearly $40,000,
000. The totnl value of fnrm animals in
the United Stntcs at present Is about
$2,213,011,000. This represents nn In
crease of over $220,000,000 within a
Though 93 years of age Lvman E.
Pelton, of Highgnte, Vt still prac
tices law regularly, and has just
closed the sixty-eighth year of his
A scarcity of labor is reported In
northern Alabama, where new indus
tries are springing into being rnptd
ly. Wages nre higher than ever be
fore in that locality.
Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, is
one. of those who fear the first cv
In rt train. He believes the last car
the safest In case of accident and
neaiiy always sits there.
Mrs. Rose Dorsey (colored), whose
age is rallnbly attested to be 111
years, died on the 10th at the home of
Iter daughter in Pittsburg.
Advices from every section of the
flooded district in Texas indicate that
the property loss hns been great.
Every section tributnry to the Colo
rado river was warned of the coming
of the flood nnd this js why the loss
of life wns not greater.
The Increase in immigration to this
country has resulted in greatly in
creasing this class of travel on tho
roads out of New York City. The in
crease has been particularly notable
in the lust month, whim the number
of immigrants ticketed through to
western points assumed large propor
tions. Commodore William K. Mayo, U. S.
N., retired, died at his home in Wash
ington on the 10th, aged 70 years.
There was a 'riot nt Mamaroneck,
Westchester county, N. Y on the 10th
between striking Inborers and men
hired to take their places on locnl
improvements. One striker, an Ital
ian, was shot in the thigh nnd prob
ably fatnliy wounded, another was
shot in the knee nnd several others
received lesser injuries. Several of
the rlolers were arrested.
Frank 11. Gushing, for yenrs con
nected witli the United States bureau
of ethnology, died at Washington on
the 10th. Mr. dishing, who devoted
his life to scientiflc research, was
identified in the minds of the public
with his work among the Zunl In
dians. Arrangements have been practically
perfected by the navy department for
the purchase of the submarine boat
Holland. The company will deposit
$90,000 in a bank in Washington as n
guarantee that It will complete- tho
Plunger and that she will meet tho
requirements of the contract under
which she wns laid down. This sum
nafi been paid to the company on ac
count of tho work thus fur done on
The April report of the department
of agriculture shows tho average con
dition of winter whent on April 1 to
have been 82.1 per cent., ngnlnst 77.9
on April 1, 1899; 80.7 on April 1, 1898,
and n ten-year average of 82.8.
On tho 10th tho bcnnto iigrccd Unit on April
21 a vote Hhould bu tnlion on tho question ot
a-lmlttlnt- Boii. M. S. Quay to u stmt In (he
senate. Most of tho day was devoted to the
delivery of eulogies upon tho life nnd publlo
services ot tho lato Representative Richard P.
Illand. of M!sHour!...,Tho houvo spent the day
In consideration nt ttio 0KrlcuIlur.il appropria
tion bill ami anally passed it with but vory low
Proceeding of IlotH Ilranclic of tlio
Columbus, April 8. Senate. Tho
senate concurred In tho house amend
ment to tho senate joint resolution
providing for sino dlo adjournment
on April 10.
Bills passed: Authorizing the com
missioners of Lnko county to con
struct levees to protect roads; au
thorizing a $50,000 bond Issue uy tho
commissioners of Cuyahoga county,
to meet existing deficiencies; fixing
tho rank of the ndjutant general ns
brigadier general; providing for tax
ation of forfeited land at new decen
nial valuation; to authorize natural
gas, petroleum and waterworks com
panies to condemn lands for pur
chase; to nuthorizc the killing of nny
dog which worries sheep or cattle;
to Increase from $4,000 to $3,000 tho
salary of n judge of tho Ohio supremo
court; authorizing the stockholders
of nny company to stipulate tho
amount of dividends to be paid upon
preferred stock; to restrict the juris
diction of justices of peace in attach
ment cases to tho township where one
of tho pnrtles to tho suit resides or
where the property is located; to allow
extra compensation ot S3 per day to
common pleas judges for expenses
when serving In nn official capacity
outside their own. sub-districts; to in
crease to 10 years tho age at which a
girl may bo sent to the girl's industrial
school, and to 18 when a femalo pris
oner mny bo removed from tho peni
tentiary to the school; to prevent the
spread of hog cholera and other con
tagious diseases among swine, nnd to
require certain precautions against
such diseases; to require tho giving of
physical culture in tho public schools
of tho state; nmcndlng the libel law
so ns to allow corrections of libelous
publications through mistake of fact,
and tho pleading of tho retraction in
rebuttal of presumed malice; making
appropriations for the last three quar
ters of the present fiscal year and the
first qunrter of tho next fiscal year;
providing for tho nppolntmcnt of n
commission to Investigate tho question
of abolishing contract prison labor
and to report to the next general
House. Most of the session was
consumed in consideration of the
Pnlntcr primary election bill, which
was finally postponed until next Wed
nesday. The house refused to concur in the
sennte amendments to the Griffin bill
npproprinting $1,000,000 for the To
ledo centennial. The amendments re
duced the amount, to $750,000, nnd leg
islated out the present board of com
missioners, making the number elev
en instead of 21. The question will
now go to a conference committee.
House joint resolution by Mr.
Swnln nsking congress to provide for
the election of United Stntcs senators
by direct vote of the people was loi-:
by a vote of 51 yeas to 25 nays.
Bills passed: To exempt Insurance
companies from maintaining n 2 per
cent, reserve on business done out
side of Ohio; to prevent the combina
tion of insurance companies or agents
to control premiums; authorizing Ak
ron to purchase waterworks; reliev
ing F. K. Hawkins, treasurer Elk Run
board of education, Columbiana
county, from payment of SC50 lost by
failure of n bank; providing for pay
ment of $2,400 to Wood county resi
dents whose lands were overflowed
by renson of obstruction in strenm
rising in Henry county; repealing nn
act authorizing Gallon to issue $100,
000 In bonds to secure manufacturing
c8tnbUhinent&; repealing nn net cre
ating n city depository for Gallon;
to nuthorizc the nppolntmcnt of an
olficinl stenographer for Carroll
county nt n salary of $500; fixing sal
ary of commissioners of Belmont
county nt $1,000 each; fixing compen
sation of Morrow county officers ns
follows: Auditor $1,500, treasurer
$1,300, probate judge $1,400, clerk $1,
050, sheriff $1,400, recorder $700, pros
ecutor $500, commissioner $600, in
firmary directors $100.
Columbus, April G. Senate. The
senate reconsidered the vote by which
the general appropriation bill was
passed, to enable an amendment to be
Incorporated making-provision for the
replacing of the recently burned
buildings nt the Ohio penltentinry.
The appropriation for construction
purposes at thnt institution wns in
creased from $13,500 to $40,000, and
the bill wns then re-passed.
Bills passed: Authorizing insurance
and trust companies to do business In
this state which insure the lives of
persons and advance the money on
the policy nt the time it is taken out,
the repayment of the money being se
cured by mortgnge on the property of
the insured, which, however, Is to bo
cancelled nt denth of insured.
The municipal code bill was made n
special order for next Tuesday. "
A senate committee reported f.rvor
nbly on the house bill making eight
hours a day's work on public con
tracts. House. ChairmanMcKinnon, of 'tho
house finnnee committee, introduced
the heeond appropriation bill, cover
ing the last three quarters of tho
year ending November 10, 1901, and
the first quarter of 1902. The bill car
ries a total of $4,85u,933, and does not
differ materially in details and
amounts appropriated to tho several
departments from the first bill mak
ing appropriations for the current
year. Taking the two appropriation
bills, the deficiency, partial and other
expenditures provided for in separate
bills, and tho total expenditures for
tho two years foot up about $10,100,
000. This Includes $350,000 deficien
cies nnd $500,000 for the Toledo cen
tennial. Bills passed: Providing that coun
ties from which pntients nre. sent to
the epileptic hospital shnll pay ex
penses of transportation; authorizing
tho appointment by probate judges of
county bicycle pnth commissions.
Columbus, April 0. Owing to tho
death of Hon. Edwin A. Clements, rep
resentative from Medina county, both
tho senate nnd Iioubc adjourned itn
mcdliitely after reading the jour
nal this afternoon. Mr, Clement at
tended the session lust Wednesday,
being attacked with a chill in the
evening. Pneumonia developed rapid
ly nnd he died at his rooms tit 3
o'clock Monday afternoon.
Columbus, April 10. EUnatc The
senate nnd house upon convening this
morning Immedlntcly took . recast
until 1:30 in order to ttllow the mem
bers of the two branches to escort to
tho Union station tho remains of Rep
resentative Clement, of Medina coun
ty, who died In this city on Monday.
Hills Introduced: Authorizing tho
sale of certain cnnal lnnd in MaRsil
lon; reorganizing the school board of
Now Philadelphia, nnd providing for
the election of two members from
Bills passed: Appropriating $12,000
for payment of Interest on stnto fnir
indebtedness; to authorize township
trustees to create road districts and
improve, same; providing for tho np
polntmcnt of a bonrd of review in
Cleveland; submitting the question to
a vote of the people of Fnyettc coun
ty, whether officials of thnt county
shnll be placed upon stated salaries;
making it a misdemeanor to allow,
through negligence, n live wire to
hang in nny street or nlley; providing
for the filinc with the county com
missioners of the annual reports of
county or district agricultural socie
ties; providing for the publication ot
tho filing of accounts of executors
with the probate judge.
House. A resolution providing that
for the remainder of the session the
sessions of the house shnll convene nt
9 n. in., 1:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m., nnd
repealing the weekly adjournment
on Friday, was adopted.
Tho speaker appointed n committee
to draft resolutions on the death of
Hon. Edwin A. Clement, of Medina.
Bills passed: Authorizing the sale
of mineral lands of minors, as in case
of real estate; providing for the or
ganization and admission of mutual
companies to transact inland trans
portation insurance, nnd to provldo
against loss by burglary and robbery;
authorizing the park commissioners
of Toledo to necept donntlons of lnnd
and gifts: requiring gunrdians to give
bond in county where real estate of
ward is located; including in the law
providing for the burial of ex-soldiers
thu wives, mothers nnd widows of de
ceased soldiers nnd army nurses; pro
viding thnt beneficiaries of fraternal
Insurance may designate payment of
policy to blood relatives or charitable
institutions; fixing compensation of
members of smtc decennial board of
equalization at $5 per day, providing
for three clerks, three sergennts-at-nrms
nt $5 per day nnd one porter
nnd two pages; providing thnt for
taxation purposes prlvnte banks shnll
bo governed by the lnws applicable
to incorporated and national banks;
exempting from taxation property of
incorporated associations of minis
ters. As matters now stand the centen
nial bill is dead. The house refused
to accede to the request for n com
mittee of conference, nnd there Is
slight probability of getting the mat
ter up for further consideration.
A CONFIDENCE GAME.
How nn Intreiiloim Ynnncilrr .linn-
nscil to Get tn Go to the
"The coining of spring always re
minds ine of n dreys, and from thnt
1 drift back to a little incident that
happened when I wns a small boy,"
said the portly party who was in a
reminiscent mood. "I wns born nnd
brought uii in a small town In the
western part of the stnte. One day
the whole country for miles around
was thrown into a state of excitement
by the announcement that a circus
was coming. It wns the first circus
to visit the town, nnd it meant a red
letter day for the small boys, among
whom wns myself.
"My joy wns somcwhnt clouded by
the thought that my father might be
opposed to my going, nnd I resolved
to put the. all-important question to
him at once nnd clear the matter up.
" 'My son,' said my father when I
nsked him, 'there is the potato patch
nnd here is a pail and paddle. If the
potato bugs are all gone by the time
the circus comes you can go, other
wise you stay at home.'
"I went out to that potato patch
with a heavy heart. It was an acre
patch tincl the bugs were thick, nnd
the work of knocking them into a tin
pnil was prosaic. I worked at it for
15 minutes and then gave up with n
sigh and went down to the billboards
where the flaming posters were.
There was a picture of a snake 150
feet long thnt we boys never tired of
looking nt and I found u number ot
boys clustered around it.
" 'Wonder what they feed him on?1
said one small boy In an awe-struck
"'Potato bugs,' snld T, bitterly,
thinking of the unfinished task.
"To my surprise what I said was
taken for the truth.
" 'Where do they get them?' asked
one of the boys.
'"Huh, said I, seeing light ahead,
'from the kids of course. One quart
of bugs is good for a free pass. The
next moment I had more friends thnn
I knew what to do with, and inside
of ten minutes I had n small boy on
every row of my. father's pptato
"Well, my father kept his word, and
I went to the circus; but there was
many a sinnll boy wandering rtruuntl
with n pall of potato bugs tl'iat
didn't." Detroit Free Press.
Bread cracks at the side because the
oven at tlmt point is not bufliolently
hot. If the bread is turned frequently
while baking the loaf will be even. This
rule may be followed with nil small
stoves. There is one exception to this
rule, however; if the flour Is light in
quality not strong the bread will
run nnd crack. Lndlcs Home Journal.
Tnlk Too Much.
The man who insists on talking a
thing over Invariably ovcrtalks, Cld
cngo Dally News.
Mcdlcino Is thorough purification.
of tho blood. Wih this work of
cleansing going on there is com
pleto renovation of every part of
your system. Not only is tho cor
rupt blood mndo fresh, bright nn
lively, but tho stomach also re
sponds in better digestion, its
readiness for food at proper times-.
gives shnrp appetite, tho kidneys-'
nnd liver properly perform their
allotted functions, and thcro is, in,
Bhort, new brain, nerve, mcntali
and dlgestlvo strength.
Possesses the peculiar qualities
Peculiar to Itfdf which accom
plish these good things for alB
who take it. An unlimited list or
wonderful cures prove its merit.
aI THE FOOD DRINK. a
Grain-O is not a stimu
lant, like coffee. It is a.
tonic and its effects are:
A successful substitute;
for coffee, because it has
the coffee flavor that al
most everybody likes.
Lots of coffee substi
tutes in the market, but
only one food drink
All grocers; 15c. and 25c
(t Ourec C.atki Colli, Cronp, Bore Threat. Influ
mi, Whooping Couth. Bronchitis and Aithma.
A certain, cur for Goniumption i flrtt tUfta,
and a tar rtlltf In (dinted tUgee. tjte atosee..
You will the excellent effect after taking- the
flrat doie. Sold ky dealera eTerywhtre. Price,
8 asd0 oenta fir bottle.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Boar Slgnaturo of
See Poc-Slmlle Wrapper Below.
Yxy small and aa easy
to take oa tngsr.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
Hcuti I Purely VegctaMtyWVeJS
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
S3 & 3.50 SHOES gj f ' &N
Worth S4 to S6 compared
wun uuiur rnaKBB.
Indoniotl by over
27iii (7ema have W. L.
Umried on bottom. Take
no aubitliute claimed to be
aa good. Yoir dealer
should keep them It,
not. we will tend a nalrt
on recelnt of Drice and ate.
citra for carriage. State kind ot leather,
size, and width, plain or can toe. Cat. free.
W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Hut,
la 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured;
If you tako uprour borne
In Weitorn Canada, tbo
land of plentr. lllua
tratcd paru liteti. clTlnir
experience of farmer,
who uayo beoome wcaltlir
lu Kroninit wheal, report,
pf doleiraiea, etc., and fall:
Information aa to reduced,
railway rale can be baa
un nnnllputtnti tn tha.
fnperlntondcnt of Immigration. Department or
ntorlor. Ottawa, Canada, or addrcia the Under
elcned, who will mall tou allnies. pamphlota. otc
free of cott, t I'UDI.KV. Hunt, of Immigration..
Oltawa.Canadat or to M. V. ItclNNKS. Mo 3 alerrllT
Dlk., Detroit, Mlcti.i I. L. Oavxk, Columbut, Ohio
$20.00 Per WEEK
and expemee for man with riff to Introduce ou
f'urfectlon Poultry Mixture and VerrVctloa
naectlleefroyer. HnUrloiUuarauteed. Audre.
with euinp, rtUVcniu.i mu, to., rAKeon, mmxifl
to muMifaoturo most saio .
ablo foot) In uko. lro!lts
ono-Qunrtor. Highest ref
0. MADISON SMITH,
ruiir iUMM,fi. r
Use Certain Cough Cure. Pries, 25 ceits
H UB G2fcjJB Hi V
hi rat Di
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