Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, July 12, 1912, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
THE PERRYSBURG, P., JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1012.
CONGRESSIONAL PROBERS PRE-
SENT UNANIMOUS REPORT
TO NATIONAL HOUSE.
MAKE THIRTEEN ACCUSATIONS
Judge Is Referred to In Indictment as
"One Whose Sense of Moral Re
sponsibility Has Become
Washington, D. C. Chairman Hen
ry D. Clayton of tho committee on Ju
diciary of tho houso of representatives
ha Just presented to tho houso 13
articles of Impeachment against Judgo
Robert W. Archbald of tho United
States court of commerco. Mr. Clay
ton's report was unanimous from his
"Tho conilet of this Judgo hns been ex
ccodlnRly reprchenMblo nnd In marked
contrast with the high sense of Judicial
ethics and probity that generally charac
terize tho federal Judiciary." the commlt
tco said In summing up Its flndlnus of
misbehavior In oftlco against Judge Arch
bald. "Your commlttco Is of opinion that
JudRO Archbald's sen bo of moral respon
sibility has become deadened," said tho
report. "Ho has prostituted his high of
flco for personal prollt. Ho has attempt
ed by various transactions to commer
cialize his potentiality as Judge. He has
shown an overweening desire to malte
gainful bargains with parties having cases
before him or Illccly to have cases bo
foro him. To accomplish this purpose
lie has not hesitated to uso his official
power and Influence. He has degraded
his high oftlco and has destroyed tho con
fidence of tho public in his judicial In
tegrity. IIo has forfeited tho condition
upon which ho holds his commission and
should bo removed from oftlco by Im
peachment." "With Clinlrman Clayton's report was
a resolution providing for tho manage
ment of tho trial before the senate. Tho
full commlttco designated Chairman Clay
ton, Representatives Floyd of Arkansas,
Davis of "West Virginia, and "Webb of
North Carolina, Democrats, and Repre
sentatives Norrls of Nebraska, Sterling
of Illinois, and Howland of Ohio, Repub
licans, managers to prosecute the Arch
bald trial before tho Bcnate.
The chaig6s range from his business
transactions with actual and possible lit
igants In his court to a trip to Europe,
which, It rai charged, was given tho
Judgo by Henry "W. Cannon, a railroad
magnate nnd financial power in Now
010HSTS ABE CONVICTED
Members of Bloodthirsty Band Found
Guilty of Murder by Jury at
at Vlterbo, Italy.
Vlterbo, Italy. The Jury -which has
for nearly two years been hearing tho
evidence agalnBt tho Camorrlsts on
the charge of murdering tho Cuoccolos
returned a verdict of guilty for almost
all directly or indirectly implicated or
responsible for tho double murder.
Tho charge of "criminal assassina
tion" was sustained against all ex
The reading of the verdict was at
tended by scenes of the utmost con
fusion and violence. DeMarlnts, whose
wife previously made votive offerings
at the church of Santa Rosa and who
fainted later In tho court room, at
tempted suicide upon hearing the ver
dict, inflicting a ghastly wound in his
The court then passed the following
Alfano and Rnpi, instigators; Sor
tino, Salvl, Morra, Cerrato and De
Marlnls, plotters, 30 years at hard la
bor for each and three years under po
Sixteen members of the band who
were found guilty of criminal associa
tion were sentenced to Ave years with
three years ' of police surveillance.
DeMattis was given 20 years; Ascrlt
tore and the priest, Vitozzi, who were
charged with perjury, were given nine
and six years, respectively. Eight
AMERICAN ATHLETES WIN AGAIN
United States Boys Come In One, Two
and Three Order In 800 Meter
' Run at Stockholm.
Stockholm. Next to Johnny Hayes'
marathon victory in London in
1910, probably tho most wonderful
scene ever witnessed at any Olympic
games was that enacted at tho stad
ium during the final heat of the 800
meter run, the result of which brought
for the second time at this olympiad
three American flags fluttering to
their masts' endB on the stadium, de
noting first, second and third places
for the United States.
Although the great 800 meter run
was won by J. E. (Tad) Meredith of
Mercersburg academy, a 19-year-old
school boy, with Molvin Shophard and
Ira Davenport of Chicago in a dead
heat for second place, and all three
breaking world's records for the dis
tance, Meredith went on and broko
tho Italian Lnughl's world's record for
a halt mile, there being a second tape
strung to officially time tho distance.
Repudiate Hell Fire Theory.
Washington, D. C By unanimous
action tho International Bible Stu
dents' association adopted a resolution
unreservedly repudiating as thorough
ly unscrlptural tho teaching of a place,
state or condition of "hell fire and
brlrastono" for tho torment of the
At tho same time tho 4,000 dele
gates in the convention resolved that
tho vast majority of ministers of all
protestnnt denominations of the Uni
ted States havo privately repudiated
tho "hell flio" theory.
SUMMER JOYS WHEN
PEOPLE MEET DEATH WHEN A
HEAVY FREIGHT CRASHES -INTO
OVER THIRTY ARE INJURED
Victims Are Hurled In1 All Directions
When Collision Occurs, Many
Bodies Being Found Hun
dred Feet From Track.
THE DEATH LIST.
Mrs. Harry Dillon and baby of Wllpen,
crushed to death.
Frank McColnaughoy, engineer, 45;
scalded to death under engine,
Fireman George Byers, 28.
Engineer Smith Beatty, 35; died on way
Fireman John Ankeny, 35; died on way
Louis Rhoddy, 11.
Mrs. John Overton and son Frank, 10.
Elizabeth Rhoddy, 14.
Samuel Brownfield, 14.
George Tosh, 68.
Miss Edsal, 20.
Miss Hoon, 20.
Thomas Murr, 52.
Five unidentified boys ranging In age
from 4 to 6 years.
Latrobe, Pa. Twenty-two persons
were killed and more than 30 in
jured, several fatally, when a heavy
freight train crashed into a passenger
train, comprising an engine and a
coach, one mile from Ligloner on the
Llgloner Valley railroad. The trains
came together on a sharp curve, the
freight, drawn by two locomotives,
completely demolishing the passenger
engine and coach and hurling the pas
sengers in all directions. Many bodies
were found a hundred feet from the
track. Every person in tho coach was
either killed or injured.
Cause of Wreck Not Known.
A' it one-half of the passengers
were ,ieknickers returning to "Wilpen
frbm the fair grounds neaj Ligloner.
Most of mio children who v.-ere killed
were taking the outing as ihe guests
or George Senft, president of the Li
gloner railroad, and wero in charge of
Miss Mathews, a nurse employed In
Although tho accident occurred at
4 o'clock in tho afternoon news of
It did not reach here until late in
tho e'venlng. The Ligioner railroad
penetrates a somewhat isolated com
munity, and facilities for communica
tion are few. The names of the killed
were learned by telephone. The list
of injured was not as available.
It was said, however, that Dr. J.
B. Johnson, Charles Kuhn, the conduc
tor of the passenger train, and Miss
Mathews, the nurse, were probably
Tho cause of the wreck is not
known, although It Is supposed to
have been a misunderstanding of sig
nals. Provides for Two Battleships.
Washington, D. C. Tho senate, by
a vote of 43 to 12, passed the naval
appropriation bill, carrying an expen
diture of approximately $133,000,000,
the largest sum over allowed tho na
val establishment. It Is $15,000,000
more than the bill that passed tho
houso and $0,500,000 In excess of tho
estimates made by the navy depart
ment. Among other things, the sen
ato measure provides for two first
class battleships, where none are pro-'
vlded for in the houso bill, and In
creases the number of submarines
from four to eight.
Twenty Die on Sanest Fourth.
Chicago, 111. The- Tribune gives
the following table on tho result of
"America's sanest Fourth":
Dead, 2p, By flj-eworks 5, cannon 1,
firearms C, gunpowder C, toy pistols
1, runaway 1.
Injured, C48. By fireworks 31C, can
non 47, firearms 84, gunpowder 93,
torpedoes 33, toy pistols 47, runaways
20, bomb canes 7.
Fire Jobs, $570,525.
Previous records show; Dead In
country, 1011, 57; in 1910, 131; in
THE MERCURY SOARS
SOLON IS FOUND DEAD
CONGRESSMAN MALBY DIES ON
COUCH IN HOTEL.
Lawmaker Was One of the Old Guard
Among Republicans of House
Now York City. George R. Malby,
of Ogdensburg, N. Y., representative
In congress from tho Twenty-sixth
New York district, was found dead on
a couch in his room at tho Murray
Hill hotel here.
Whilo the exact cause of death was
not immediately determined, it was
understood to be from natural causes.
Representative Malby was one of
the old guard among the Republicans
of tho house. Ho was a leader among
tho up-state New York Republicans,
serving for many years in the assem
bly at Albany, whero for a time ho
Mr. Malby was a close friend of
Vice President Sherman and was fre
quently in conference with President
Taft in party exigencies.
He was one of Speaker Cannon's
stalwart lieutenants in tho famous
rules fight of March, 1910, and made
one of the memorable speeches excor
iating the Insurgents who finally
stripped tho speakership of much of
He was a prominent member of the
powerful way3 and means committee
of the house and it was there that
most of his congressional activity cen
tered. He leaves a widow and two
FRIEND 0F EVERYBODY DIES
J. L. Hudson, Wealthy Merchant and
Philanthropist, Came to America
a Poor Immigrant Boy.
Detroit, Mich. A private cable from
London Just received here told of the
death at Worthing, England, of J. L.
Hudson, GG, Detroit's wealthiest "mer
chant, best known working for civic
betterment and most active philan
thropist. He owned tho largest de
partment store in Michigan and simi
lar establishments in Cleveland, Buf
falo and Sandusky. He was a friend
of everybody, rich or poor.
Ho came to America from England
a poor Immigrant boy.
T10 VICTIMS OF FLYING GAME
British Army Officer and Aviator Are
Killed When Aeroplane Tilts and
Throws Men to Earth.
London, Eng. Captain Lorraine,
an aviator, wss fatally hurt and Ser
geant Majoi Wilson of the British
army, who was flying with Lorraine
as a passenger, was instantly killed
near Stomehengo on Salisbury Plain
when their monoplane tlAd ki mid
air and crashed to earth.
When 400 feet in the air tho ma
chine overturned. Wilson was In
stantly killed, but Lorraine lived
about an hour.
Bryan Is Hanged In Effigy.
Washington, D. C William Jen
nings Bryan was hanged in efilgy July
3 at Colonial Beach, on the Potomac,
70 miles from Washington, by a crowd
of visitors to tho resort.
The effigy was also riddled with bul
lets, pulled down from the pole,
drenched with kerosene oil and fired.
Citizens of the resort, after recov
ering from their surprise, dispersed
the anti-Bryanltcs and threw the
burning efilgy Into the river.
Slays Four, Takes Own Life.
Dawson, Alaska. Eugene Vagllo,
aged 45, killed his brother, John
Vagllo, proprietor of tho Central ho
tel; his brother's wife and their two
children, Rosa, 1G, and Christina, 9,
and (hen committed suicide. Eugeno
was Infatuated with his niece, Rosa,
and had been forbidden to enter tho
house. The murderer wont to the ho
tel with two pistols and a dagger. Ho
followed Mrs. Vagllo to her bedroom
and shot her. Tho husband was klliod
in bod. Christina was shot down and
Rosa wes clnin J nbed,
FORMAL CALL IS ISSUED BY NA
TIONAll PROGRESSIVE PRO
CONVENTION IN WINDY CITY
Third Political Organization Reaffirms
"Thou Shalt Not Steal" ao Ono
of the Cardinal principles
of Its Campaign.
, Now York City. Reafilrmlng "Thou
shalt not steal" as ono of tho
cardinal principles of this campaign,
tho national progressive provisional
committee has Just Issued tho formal
call fortho convention nt which it Is
planned to namo Theodoro Roo3ovelt
once ngnln for president.
Chicago is the place and August 5
tho date. Hero is what Manager
Joseph M. Dixon described ns tho
"latest declaration of Independence":
Invitation to Everybody.
"To the peoplo of the United Stntes,
without regard to prtst political differ
ences, who through repeated betrayals
realize that today tho power of tho
crooked political bosses and of the privi
leged classes behind tliem Is so strong In
the two old party organizations that no
helpful movement In the roil Interests of
our country can como out of either;
"Who believe that the time has como
for a national progressive movement a
natlon-wldo movement on non-secllonnl
lines, so that the peoplo may be sorvod
In sincerity and truth by an organization
unfettered by obligation to conflicting In
terests; "Who believe In tho right nnd canacltv
f tho peoplo to rule themselves nnd ef
fectively to control all tho agencies of
their government, and who hold that only
through social nnd Industrial lii'stlco thus
secured can honest property And perma
"Who .believe that government by tho
few tends to become, nnd has In fact, be
come government by tho sordid Influences
that tho control tho few;
Modern Industrial Evolution.
"Who believe that only through tho
movement proposed can wo obtain In tho
nation and the several states the legisla
tion demanded bv tho modern Industrial
evolution, legislation which shall favor
honest business nnd vet control tho great
ngencles of modern business so as to en
sure their being used In tho Interest of
tho whole people, legislation which shall
promote prosperity nnd nt the same time
secure tho better nnd more emiltnble dif
fusion of prosperity, legislation which
shall promote the economic well-being of
tho honest farmer, wage worker, profes
sional man and business man alike, but
which shall at tho same time ntrlko In
efficient fashion-wind not merely pretend
to strike at the roots of privilege In the
world of Industry no less than In the
world of politics;
"Who believe that only this typo of
wise Industrial evolution will avert In
"Who believe that wholesome party
government can come only If there Is
wholesomo party management In a spirit
of service to the whole country nnd who
hold that the commandment delivered nt
Slnnl, 'Thou shalt not steal,' applies to
politics as well as to business;
"To all In accord with these views a
call Is hereby Issued by tho provisional
committee, under tho resolution o'f the
mass meeting held In Chicago on June 22
last, to send from each state a numbpr
of delegates whose votes In the conven
tion shall count for ns many votes as tho
state shall have senators and representa
tives In congress, to meet In convention
nt Chicago on the fifth day of August,
11)12, for the purpose of nominating can
didates to be supported for tho positions
of president and vice president of tho
Signers of Call.
The following names nro appended to
Alabama Oscar H. Hundley.
Arizona Dwlght B. Heard.
California Hiram W. Johnson, Chests
II. Rovrell, Chas. S. Wheeler.
Colorndo Ben B. Llndsey.
Connecticut Joseph W. Alsop, Flavel
riorlda J. H. Gregory, jr., H. L. An
derson. Georgia Julian Harris.
Indiana Edwin D. Lee, Horace C. Stll
well. Illlnol" Medlll McCormlck, Chauncey
Dewey, La Verne W. Noyos.
Iowa John L. Stevens.
Kansas Henry J. Allen.
Kentucky Leslie Coombs.
Louisiana John M. Parker, Pearl
Maryland Charles J. Bonaparte, E. C.
Massachusetts C, S. Bird, Matthew
Michigan Theodore M. Joslyn.
Minnesota Milton D. Purdy.
Missouri W. It. Nelson.
Montana Joseph M. Dixon.
Nebraska Arthur G. Ray.
New Hampshire W. J. Beattle.
New Jersey Everett Colby, George L.
Record, J. Franklin Fort.
New Mexico George Curry, Miguel A.
New Tork W. A. Prendcrgast, Oscar
S. Straus, Woods Hutchinson, Timothy
L. Woodruff, Chauncey J. Hamlin, Honry
North Dakota A. Y. More.
North Dakota A. Y. Moore.
Oregon Henry W. Coo, L. H. McMa
han. Ohio James R. Garfield.
Oklahoma George L. Priestley.
Pennsylvania E, A. Van Valkonburg,
William Flinn, Glftord Plnchot, William
Rhode Island Henry J. Doughty.
South Dakota R. T. Vessey.
Tennessee George L. Taylor.
Tonus Cecil A. Lyon.
Utah C. E. Looso.
Vermont Charles H. Thompson, E. W.
Virginia Thomas Leo Mooro.
Washington Miles Polndexter,
West Virginia W. M. O. Dawson.
Wisconsin H, F. Cochema.
Wyoming Joseph Caroy.
Human Monster Hacks Girl.
New York City. The warm sun
of a July morning, Mfting itself above
the hills of uppor New York cast its
rays upon a group of men and boys
who had .come upon a child of 12 hid
den away In a dry goods box and
unconscious from more than 30 stab
wounds, She died later.
Somo human monster, some queer,
twisted brain creature Jtnd had tho
child 'in his power and then had cast
her away with but a little breath of
Ilfo left. Hor tiny body was strlpppd
I Buckeye Ndfoes I
Bollefontaino. Rov. Georgo L. Knlb,
D. D,, for 35 years pastor nnd lator
omorltus of tho First Presbyterian
church, dlod bore.
Bellofontalno. Mrs. Samantha Glo
ver of Lakovlow served cookies July
6 that she baked 17 years ago. They
wero pronounced delicious.
Lorain. Oscar Bondor, aged 21,
and John Graham, nged 22, employes
of tho B. & O. car shops bore, wero
drowned at tho municipal bathing
Mansfield. More than a dozen
passengers wero injured when tho
Cleveland & Southwestern intorur
ban car, which loft Gallon at 7:20
p. m.t Jumped tho track Just east of
tho overhead crossing of tho Big Four
railroad near Cresilino.
FremonL When Edward Snyder,
a prosperous farmer, and his fam
ily returned from church (hoy discov
ered that their country homo had been
robbed. Several hundred dollars'
worth of valuables and Jowelry was
taken, together with ?G00 in money.
Lima. An" election hot was paid
hero when John Hoffman pushed Stub
Long, weighing 225 pounds, through
the principal strcots of tho city a dis
tance of three miles. Tho parado was
mado beforo scores of friends of both
men, who cheered tho proceedings.
Hoffman waged a wheelbarrow rldo
that Bryan would be nominated.
Lebanon. Lorens Oschgor, 75 years
old, ono of tho few remaining memi
bors of the Shaker colony at Union
vlllago and tho gardener who is re
sponsible for tho most beautiful es
tate in Ohio, died at tho Shaker set
tlement. Ho had been a momber of
tho society for 40 years. Thcro aro
now but IS members of tho society,
which was formerly composed of COO.
Massillon. Three wero injured,
probably fatally, when an auto
mobilo in which they wero riding
turned turtle, four miles cast of here.
Tho injured nro: Leonard Koch and
Charles Mclntyre, both of Orrvlllo,
and both of whom may die, and Boyd
Byall of Canton.
Bryan. Williams county will hold
Its second election under tho Roso
county option law July 23. This dato
was sot by tho board of county com
missioners, following tho filing of a
petition containing 2,350 names by
tho wets of tho county. Williams
county was voted dry in Octoberri908,
by a majority of 1,604.
Zanesvllle. David McCutcheon, 56
years old, a fanner, was instantly
killed at Keifer when he was struck
by Harry J. Clapper, aged 35, a store
keeper, during a quarrel. Clapper, it
Is said, charged McCutcheon with tell
ing neighbors that ho (Clapper) had
stolen chickens. Clappor surrendered
to the authorities and was released
on $10,000 bond, after boing charged
with second degree murder. Ho eays
he struck McCutcheon on tho bead
with his fists in self-defense.
Steubenville.- Charles Seiel of Al
toona, who Bhot his supposed wife,
Laura Bulger, ono week ago, in a Jeal
ous rage, was held for court in de
fault of ?1,000 bond. Tho woman will
not die, as at first supposed. Her
husband, William Bulger, came hero
from Altoona, was reconciled to her,
and will take her home with him.
Paulding. Wayne Boyce, aged 16,
son of P. A. Boyce, was drowned while
swimming In Flat Rock creek. A com
panion tried to savo him, but failed.
The body was recovered.
Van Wert G. W. Purdy, aged 65,
was instantly killed hero by a Penn
sylvania & Cincinnati Northern train.
Wapakonetn. Rev. Frederick Leo
Webb of Cincinnati was selected to as
sume charge of the Presbyterian
church of this city.
Manchester. Mayor Teachner ten
dered bis resignation to council and it
was accepted. C. W. McCormick,
president of tho council, will act as
mayor for tho present.
Canton. John Huett, living near
this city, climbed Into his hay mow
and bumped into a body hanging from
a hitching strap tied to a rafter in
tho barn. It was tho body of his fa
ther, Benjamin Huett, aged 75, who
had committed suicide.
Hambden. Philip Davis, a farmer
near here, was struck by lightning and
instantly killed while at work in a
field. The bolt stripped tho clothes
from his body.
Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. Casper
Helnbucb of this city celebrated their
fiftieth wedding anniversary here. Ten
children, all of whom aro married, at
tended the celebration.
Fremont, The Fremont Varyan Co.,
owning an electric lighting plant and
hot-water heating plant here, was sold
to the American Gas & Electric Co., a
New York corporation owning plants
in various cities of tie country.
Newark. The body of Joseph An
derson, aged 55, an ox-policeman, was
found in the haymow of an abandoned
livery barn. The body was badly do
composed. Cleveland. J. P. Mullen, president
of a motor car company, who was in
jured two weeks ago when his car
collided with a telegraph pole, died
in a hospital here.
Chllllcothe. The announcement wns
mado here of the wedding at Coving
ton, Ky., of Clark Rice and Peannotto
Shrlvor of this city. Both nre high
school students and only 18 years old,
Tho young women recently inherited
a ?GO,000 estate from her grandfather.
Canton, Mrs, Anna belinsko and
her sons, August and Honry, owe tholr
HveB to tho warning bark of their
shepherd dog when their homo caught
fire while thoy wero sleeping.' The
dog's loud barking awakened Mrs.
ejlnske, She ran through the flames
and smoke and rescued her sons. The
bouse was destroyed.
JOHN'S FRIENDS WERE LOYAL
Young Brldo Got Early Proof of tho
Way Mon Will Stick by Ono
Tho bridogroom of thrco months
bado his wife adieu ono morning and
Btnrted on a business trip to a town
25 miles distant. Tho Journoy wns to
bo mado by automobile and ho prom
ised to return In tfmc for soven
o'clock dinner ns usual.
But no husband appeared when din
ner was served and the anxious wlfo
watched tho hnnda of tho clock as
thoy Journeyed on and announced
that tho hour was midnight, and still
tho hushnnd failed to aponr. Tho
frantic wifo sent telegrams to six
friends of tho groom living In tho
town whero he might havo gone, ask
ing if ho was spending tho night with
them. As dawn appeared a farm
wagon drove up containing a farmer
and tho missing husband and furnish
ing motor power for a broken down
automobile that trallpd behind. Al
most simultaneously came a messen
ger boy with an answer to one of tho
telegrams, followed at Intervals by
Ave others and all of the telegrams
"Yes, .Ichn is spending tho night
In loyalty what surpasses manT
SKIN ERUPTION ON CHEEK
Kingsley, Mich. "Last May my
thirteori-months-old baby had a sore
como on her cl.eek. It started in four
or five small pimples and In two or
three hours' tlmo Bpread to tho sizo of
a silver dollar. It spread to her cyo.
Then water wouldrun from the pim
ples and wherever that touched it caus
ed moro Boresiuntil nearly all ono
cheek and tip her nostrils wero ono
solid sore. Sho was very fretful. Sho
certainly was a torriblo looking child,
and nothing seemed to bo of any uso.
"Then I got Borne Cutlcura Soap and
Cutlcura Ointment. Sho tried to rub
off everything wo put on so that wo
would sit and hold her hands for two
hours at n time, trying to give tho
mcdlcino a chnnco to help her, but
after I washed it with Cutlcura Soap
and then put on tho Cutlcura Oint
ment they seemed to sootho her and
sho did not try to rub them off. It
was only a few days beforo her faco
was all healed up, and there has been
no return of tho trouble slnco. Wo
thought that baby's face would surely
bo scarred, hut it is not." (Signed)
Mrs. W. J. Clelond, Jan. 5, 1912.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment soil
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Addrosa
post-cord "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston."
Percy What a sad dog you nro.
Always short 1
ReggJ" Well, I'm no dachshund, I'll
And So Truo, Too.
Father was walking to Sunday
school with little Johnny, and endeav
oring to improve tho tlmo by teaching
Johnny his Golden Text, tho words of
which wero: "Whatsoever a man sow
eth, that shall he also reap." Johnny
repeated It after his father several
times, and seemed to have mastered
tho correct wording.
As they drew near tho Sunday
school tho father gave Johnny his
last rehearsal. "Now, son," ho said,
"let's have the Golden Text onco moro
without any help from me."
This Is what ho got from Johnny:
"Whatsoever a man bows always rips."
Ho whose study is among tho shad
ows and lights of naturo has an un
suspected coat of mall defending him
among all tho turmoil. Mrs. Oliphant
When In need of a good laxative give Gar
field Tea a trial and bo convinced of its merits.
It Is mado entirely from pure herbs.
The detective says his after thoughts
are tho best
Love may find tho way but It isn't
always able to pay the freight
The Army of
Is Growini? Smaller F.vrw Dv
- - mmjW
LIVER PILLS are
Indlgtitioo, Sick Headiche, Sallow Skin.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
V. J. U., CLEVELAND, NO. 28-1912. '
AarjiMmr mil ilk
JBVr k fc. !"
fc-y jg-feyri' -t-t-