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H. R. SNYDE
'Foreign Advertising Manager, Frank R. Northrup
t 225 Fifth Ate, Tribune Bldg.
A Now York. Chicago.
TELEPHONE NO. 9
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Per "Week by Currier
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PjeniiWeckly Mirror, Per
Hnrvey Garner seenm io be still
crumb or two.
5 Pomerene claims 56 promises and It takes but 45 to nominate. Still It
would be well to be watchful. "Sure things" frequently go by the
5 board in politics.
Waller Thomas wants Ned Taylor. Congressman of tho Twelfth district,
3 called to be the Republican Moses of Ohio to lead them out of tho wilder
i ness In 1912. Taylor would mnko iiullo a youthful Mosos.
The Cleveland Leader has the temerity to declaro the beating given Ohio
j Ilepubllcans In the recent election was given for tho chastisement of hor
reactionary bosses and that the election of Langdon, a progressive, for tend
J er of the minority In the Ohio Legislature Is an evidence that tho lesson has
y been with some good effect.
"! EI.KCTIO.V OP A SHXATOIt.
' Members of the Oeneral Asambly should remember that thoy should
vote for a statesman for United States Senator. Men of the caliber of James
2 Kilbourne and Henry J. liooth of Columbus, John H. Clark of Cleveland,
fc Pomerene of Canton, Baiter of Cincinnati, and Hnnley of Dayton, measure
( up to the requirements. In our Judgment. These men nre nblo to take up
the largo questions of public policy and
, such men would be creditable to tho party nnd a benellt to tho state. Hnnley
Si better man than he has been given
distinctly honorable nnd would do exactly as he agreed. Moreover he Is
able, ills connection with corporations Is more an accident than othorwlse.
We do not urge his election. If we bad u vote It would probably bo cast
Tor Kilbourne of Columbus or Clari of Cleveland. Hut with Hnnley's
promise to resign his connection from nil corporations he would not be ob
jectionable. Pomerene may answer all requirements. We do not know him
personally nnd cannot say. Hut for a legislator to cast his ballot for some
person who hns none of the qunlltles of u statesman, some scoundrel who
has no mninl character and who Is nothing but a tricky upstart would bo
disgraceful and may become humiliating. Every member of tho legislature
will be watched and held to a strict accountability.
WEA I .Til OP THE UNITED STATES.
Dr. Adam Scybert, our caillest and one of our ablest atnlls!le!nns, made
the (lrst computation of our national weulth for the year 1791. His total was
J7r0,000,000. The following figures aro for the most part deduced trom the
censuses and arc Increasingly trustworthy ns modern times are approached:
IS 10 . .
1SJU. , '. . . V Kf ' "., .
- .14P. -i 4 iV-f &&' AV
I860 . ;
1870 .' . . .
1880 ' ,
1910 (estimated) 125,000,000,000
Roughly, this Is n net Increase of about 3 1-2 per cent, per annum, com
pounded annually. The result Is prodigious, and a legltlniutc source of na
tional pride. Average capital per capita In 1791 was J1S3, and with a popu
lation Increased to 92,000,000, the average capital has grown to $1,359 per
- Peary's achievement In roachlng tho North Pole nlong what may b
called nn American route hits been followed by a number of Important find
highly Interesting explorations in the vast Northland of Canada which add
much to the variety und plcturesqueness of the North American Continent.
Ernest Thompson Seton In tho cm rent Scrlbnor's tells how he has followed
the caribou over tho Arctic faralrles, otherwise known as tho Great Han en
Lauds, although they are barren only of trees, having a rich covorlng of
grass in the spring.
Mr Seton estimates the carbou at from 30,000,000 to 60,000,000, and ho
believes thut they are Increasing. He Is supported In his stutcment by n
Cpumber of exploiers, Including "Hullalo" Jones. One herd, covering tho
Inralrlc.for many miles, -vas (our days
found In a region that the geographies of our youth condemned to otormtl
kiiow und Ice.
An Amerlcnn scientist announces tho discovery In Canada beybnd the
Arctic Circle of a mountain aoout two thousand feet higher than Mount Mc
Klnley, generally claimed to be tho highest peak, on tho North American
( untlnent, He may bo right, ns McKlnley Itself has not been known many
$ais and geographers foul assured that other huge mountains exist In tho
. Canadian explorers have returned to Ottawa with nooounts of a lako In
Alii' rctlc, larger than Lake Superior, which thoy wero tho first white mon
jUi sec. This seems Improbable, as so largo a body of frosh water could
jjearcely have ovadednotlcesolongn time. Nevertheless they may liavo touchod
jjpon a hugo lake, another In tho groat chain which runs northward through
t)i- entral trough of Cunada. Few people know that threo-qunrtors of tho
yi.ui ling freHh water of the globe Is In the slnglo continent of North Amor
ba, und that Winnipeg, tho Great Hear and tho Great Slavo uro eaoh about
the sUe of Maryland.
1 .More wonders may yet be found In tho Great North. Just when we
feel sure that nothing Is left worth
-Now York World.
NOT AN ECONOMIC SYSTEM.
II,. ..!. Son.. n.. ..-.,. 1tnnMA' -..n..ll... .- -, l.l.tll. .1...
fa tf Yl'iy I11UVJ1 It-ill uuin inn iiui
antique canuls of Ohio Is doomed to eventual failure. Those long ditches
running through the land and fed by storing water In artlllclat lakes was an
economic system before the advent of tho great railway englnory. Hut It Is
not now. These ditches aro not real canals, Transpmtatlon on thono dltchei
cannot compete with currluge by railways. There nro several reasons why.
Firstly, the canals do not ramify, nro not capablo of throwing out lateral
ami thereby developing business: the railways do ramify and establish enslly
feeders und new lines of trade Again, theso canals havo no connections an 1
'exchanges of Importance while railways connect nnd oxchango overywherc.
They havo cross lines nt ovary town and feeders on nearly ovory two or
ree miles of truckage. Another elomont of failure Is tho fact that u little
iul boat carries only a small load at
t question of transportation becomes a negligible quantity. Think of
le canal boat drawn by a blue mule making about thrco miles an'jioui'
"w . .. tJitn .1 nl? tirtittl-nilA.! utrltwirwl
1H i fuou in jimvj'-j'wivs oiujfjitu
llu una till! Ilncr fnrtv rnru lf
m.w ! -- (- --.- -.--., -.
on? No, it Is foollHluK'Hs to
jun. The tato may have aoira
Hume Important water power
IlSofdltchtR running through
about and able to pick up a legislative
help In their settlement. To elect
credit for In some sections. He is
2, C53,f 00,000
'. .! 79,111,000,000
" '. . 94,000,000,000
In passing a given point. All this U
seeing, somebody makes n groat dUcov-
lliwil n in ifiusiliun IO I UfltllJIIUlllU lliu
a slow-rate of travel and thus In tho
lv inlrn n . n rv nmt n Mvn tliiiniln.tnn
iv v (v iij unit f$ii;i, uiuuuui lUH
frolifhtf Tinny nnvtinilv hlnl tVinf Id
...,o" --. ,.f.,r f.i,,, ,
UiuoUHs It so far an tho trurfHportatlou
valuayo pronrtyr tg loano for other
ana muttern or that Hind hut theso
the land aro not capable of(ojQtn
tlcmgft Kqlghtft)unU,JhM'f l-ntlrcly outjIdtUitflragcrt fyjfy ntyf-r
jiuiil inetense for nh existence after the. ddvclopmeiil of our mfir-
had nv sound wmense for nit existence
ellous sstem of railways which la the wonder of tlio nges.
Sonic people get these Ohio ditches mixed up in their heads with real
canals such ns the Soo, the Wetland, the Htiest, the. Manchester, and the
I'nnnmn The truth Is they have no semblance to rent canals. They uro tho
result of n notion which won worked out before the ndveitt of railways. Had
the rallwnt como first not it mile of tlieso ditches would have over been
constructed, Hence tho uticconomy nml futility of trying to maintain them
for trmioportatlou purposes. As wo me It there (s llttlo real business for
them to do and It Is doubtful if any considerable number of new boats will
be built to opoiate In this trade. Tin- notion Is a barren Ideality In our
opinion. Hut something bettor win be dmie 'than "blow" in $20b,600 or $300,
000 annually on thoie canal grafters ami grabbers who nro lteeclng tho neoi
pie of Ohio now.. However, the rpal thing" th 'do la to reclaim the .state's
propertj and then. soil It to tho highest bidder nnd let tho state go out of
lousiness especially the1 dead and olnuleto and absurd "ditch" business
flouting hoop-poles and railway ties In .irtlllclal Idtches at a heavy cost to
the tapners of the state. This fraud ling gone on for thirty years and the
time has i otm to end It l
Mrs. Vaughn and Dr. Hull
Were Charged With the
Death of Prof. John F.
By United Press Wire.
I.nncnsur. sin,, jnn .i-i'liargen
with tho murder of l'rofcssor John
T. Vnughnn, former occupant of the
chair of hlstor in tho Missouri Stnti
Not mill college at Kliksvllle, Mrs
Alma Proctor Vnulimn, widow of the
dead man, nnd Dr. James 11. Hull
wore to bo placed on trial beforo
Judge N. M. Sheltou.
The state Is expected to attempt to
prove that the death of Professor
Vaughn was a cold-blooded removs
of he last obstacle that stood In tin
way of the happiness of tlt wlft
and the physician now tin trial.
Professor Vaughn died on the nigh'
of October 14, 19i9, In convulsions
following complaints that lie hod been
III. The family physician, Or. J. W
Martin, declared death was due to
heart failure, but h few Weeks Intel
when the case wns brought to tin
attention of the grand jury by Pro
fessor John It. Kirk, of the Norma
school, and an intimate, personal
friend cf Professor Vaughn, Dr. Mar
tin admitted that the symptoms were
those of strychnine poisoning.
Indictments were not returned un
til the following February. While the
grand jury wns In ucsslon the coroner
held an Inquest and the bod of Pro
fessor Vaughn was exhumed An ex
amination revealed enough strychnlno
the chemist told the coroner's Jury
to kill huver.it men. Following this,
the arrest of Mrs. Vaughn and Dr.
Hull came, but they weie released
subsequently on ball. The body of
Professor Vaughn was again ex
humed nnd the tongue nnd spine re
moved. Tho defense, It Is understood,
expects to show that Professor
Vaughn Huffeicd' from a cancer at the
base of the tongue nnd that his cir
culation and blood were In bud con
dition. The question ns to whether Vaughn
wa8 an habitual user of strychnine -t
believed to bo the Important polni
on which the proof of the guilt oi
Innocence of the defense hlngs. The
caso has been uolllcd.
. Tho Secret ir Song-WiltliiK.
A noted composer has. said that a
Bong, to make a hit, should "appeal
to the heart." That's exactly what u
giving great popularity to "Tho I.uno
of the Kcautlful Dream," words and
music of which will bo given fret
with next .Sunday's New York World
This Is the song now being sun?
bv Truly Shuttuck In "Alma, Where
Do You I.Ivo" tho pluy drawling
crowds to WoIkt'h Theatre. New
York City. It's u song thut "appeals
to the heart."
Order next Sunday's New York
World In advance und get a great
newspaper and a great song at 'ono
and the samo time.
Sunday morning, January 1, Itev.
Mr. Sutton, at his homo In Kaltuo, In
the presence of Mrs. J. A. Sutton, Mr
William Pllnchbaugh and Mr. A. O
Hatcher, solemnized tho marriage ol
Daniel T. Augustine and Miss Aman
da Ethel Knlcklc. Tho young couple
contomplato residing upon a farm
In the western poitlon of Green Camp
township. Thoy havo tho best wishes
of u host of friends,
Sunday afternoon, Janunry 1, nt his
homo on south High street, Laltuo,
Itev. J A. Sutton united In marriage
Mr. John D. Dol.ong and Miss Clara
A. Zolg. It was a qulot, pleubunt ser
vice witnessed by Mis. J. A. nnd Mrs.
C. IT. Sutton and son Hoy. Mr. Hniioy
DoLong, Mlhs Laura Zelg, Miss Nina
KnllTIn and Maxtor Karl Kniffln. The
happy hrldo anil groom will reside
upon a farm In Howling Green town
ship and their many frionds wish
them abundant prosperity.
LaTtue. Ohio. Jan. "2. Tt. H. non-
1910 - 1911
To the members, friends.
borrowers and depositors of
The Buckeye State Building
and Loan Company, who
helped to make 1910 such a
very prosperous 'year for
the company, the officers
and directors desiring to re
turn their' thanks and ex
press Vheir appercia)iion.
Our tlesdro to nuiUo 1011 n still
noro prosperous jour and wo again
ask tlio fin or and Idinl words or our
patrons, AVo shall by economy, con-
KcruitJsm nml faithful serilco endear-
or to merit jour conlldenco In tlio
future us In tlio past. Our assets $1,
100,1)1)0. I'lvo ier cent paid on tlmo
deposit. Kanltlii llulldliigr, 23 West
!ny' Btrect, Columbus, Ohio. '
iipi4 r ttUfajjfrAy MJilfi-'.i'ni -
niter me. ddvciopmeii
tier visited relatives at Martel Tues
day und Wednesday, was at homo in
I.iHue Thursday, and left for Kenton
I rldny moinlng, and contemplates n
lsit of several weeks with his daugh
ter nt that city. .
Mrs. Mattlc Ulsh after u visit of sev
eral days nt tho homo of Mr. und Mrs.
C II. Sutton, returned to her Marlon
home Thursday evening, and -was ac
compnnle d by Miss Uottrlco Sut
ton who will visit relatives In Marlon
for several AayB.
Miss Myrtle Wlllson Is slowly re
covering from a severe Illness of near
Paul Sutton was In Marlon on busi
Harry Vanattn hns recently ptirchns
d a horse to add to his team for his
Hownrd Ualley who for somo tlmo
has been the efficient clerk for C. M.
Tannyhlll In his general etore, will (111
tho position of clerk In C. I Stahl's
lardwnre store at tho beginning of the
On Friday William H. Hates who
resides n fQw miles west of town, pur
Inrpet Hrothcrs. The land Is Ilvo
larpel Hrothcrs, the land Is flvo
nlles west of Ijillue and has no build
nga and sold for seventy dollars nn
Miss Allco Clark of Marlon, wns tho
;uest of her parents here Tuesday
Ir. and Mrs. Peter Helwlg, wero Ma
Ion visitors Friday, Mrs. Helwlg Js
n very feeble health.
Master Paul Sutton was tho guest
t Lloyd Harden In Marlon from
Monday until Wednesday evening.
The Pythian Sisters hold a special
meeting Friday evening nt which time
thoy took In seven members. That
lodge Is having remarkable growth.
Wednesday a six o'clock dinner was
served at the homo of L. C. Cope
land, It was given In honor of the sev
eral lady collego students of our vil
lage. ' i
The smnll frame building formerly
occupied )Vy Henry Wise ns a law of
fice was removed last Saturday to tho
residence of Mr, Henry Wise on Front
A Mr. aundefnnn, of Marysvlllo
has taken charge of tho Tlestaurant
located on south, High street In tho
Hnlilday block, and offers a special
Inducement to (ceuro pntronngc.
Ir.i Williams, ' Jr.. a civil engineer
of Toledo Js no)Y In our midst coin
lining business vltli pleasure. Ho has
-ented his fort yucre farm west of
own for twelve months to Mr. C. E.
Mrs. J, H. Leonard Is suffering with
m obdurate cold which thus far re
usos to yield to treatment.
After n visit of several days at the
home of her father, Mr. E. Anderson.
Mrs. Enr.l Herrop nnd son, Hernnrd,
r Lorain, icturped nomo Thursday
Tuesday while engaged at work
tbout his store, Mr. Hoy Clark accl
lentally and severely hurt the palm
it his right hand by piercing It with
a rusty nail, which at this tlmo Is
Edward Wright, of Columbus, Is
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Ste
Elzy Longbery, of Arbcla, visited
friends here Tuesday. Ho Is In feeble
Hay Haughman left hero Tuesday
to resume work with his company In
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, after spend
ing n few days' vacation hero with his
Mr. and Mrs. Sampson left Tuesday
for Columbus. Thoy aro connected
with u traveling theatrical troupe and
visited hero several days with Mr.
John M. Hell, father of Mrs. Samp.
Tho Masonic lodgo held public In
stallation of Its newly elected officers
In tholr lodgo room Tuesday evening.
A large number of tho members and
their fumlllcs wero .present. Follow
ing Installation a' tlno three-courso
supper was served) and a grnnd good
tlmo enjoyed by all. Tho roster of
officers Is os follows: Worshipful mas
ter, John W, Slagl'e; senior warden,
Floyd Topllff; Junior warden, AVoos
ter Denmun, treasurer, O. C, Allinger;
secretary, E a, Lpng; senior deacon,
J. L. McOuire; junior deacon, M, II.
Leslie; stewards, M. C. Clements, JC.
II. Topllff; tylor. O. N. Myers.
Tho Freo Baptist Sunday school re
organized last Sunday for the ensuing
year. AY. F. Kniffln was elected su
perintendent: J. Wayno Ilonglund, us
distant superintendent; Floyd Topllff,
treasurer; Miss Mamo Thornberg, sec
retary; Miss Hess Mills, assistant sec
retary, Mrs. William Ttlley, Jr., organ
ist, Miss Florence Jones, chorister; Mrj.
E. S. Brown, O. T. Baughman, J. AY.
Hoaglnnd, Mrs, J, A. Sutton, Mrs, J,
E. Moore, Mrs. AYm. Drako nnd J. A,
Sutton were reelected ns teachers of
tholr respective olasscs. Bev. P. A.
Twining is nnnouncod to .preach .it
this church next fjunday morning nnd
Attorney O. E M6user and wlfo
visited with relatives find frionds hero
Sunduy, AVhllo hero ho received a
messngo from his brother, Dr. Am
broso Mouscr, of Latty, stating thnt
their sister, Mnry Holland, had died
In Alabama while visiting her daugh
ter und family n that southern state.
No funeral arrangements wore yet
Mr and Mrs. Marsh Anderson, of
Probst, Tennessee,! camo homo on a
visit of somo two weoks, reaching hero
Friday evening They nro In excel
lent health and aro well pleased with
tholr new homo,
Itov. Mr. Sutton delivered an ad-
dress at Hu.mpton'iBhppl.hQUso Sun,-
day morn.lpg. I
Prof. A. K, AVlgVam wilt nil thoU
--rrn-nni--nriti'n' TTftnintiTrnmnifriTTfir Tfrtfrr'Tr'"TTT "-
,11 III I MIIHMnMMHMHMMHMMHMaHHB
Our Greatest January Sale
Now for the 2nd big, busy week of it
. For a week now men who understood what an opportunity it was
to buy tile World's Best Ready-.tq-Wear, Clothing at a Fourth Less than
Our Regular Low Prices have kept, our store as busy as. a b.eehive.
Never have we held as successful a Mid-Winter Discount Sale as
this one. ' ':''.
25 Off All Clothing
25 Off Ml Hats
fourth number of our lecture course
Tuesday evening. Ho Is announced
ns a very Interesting speaker.
Tho township trustees will hold
their regular meeting Saturday after
noon, Mrs. J. A. Sutton, Mrs. Mnmle Led
mnn, Mrs, William Drnko wero made
happy New Year's morning In re
ceiving valuable prizes from the Free
Baptist Sunday school. They were
purchased anil presented by E. An
derson, J. Wayne llongland, E. S.
Brown and W. F. Kniffln.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. K. Drako spent
N'ew Year's with relatives In Marlon
Mr. Isaac Burke, of Columbus, Is
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. G. T
Miss Leonn Baughman and Miss
Lena Topllff left Monday morning for
Hillsdulc, Michigan, to resume their
college work. Miss Zoo Scott, Miss
Mne Stahl and Miss Hazel Markwlth
also left Monday for Delaware to re
sume their studies In the Ohio AVes
STORY OF COUNT
Troubles Driven to Flight
By Incessant Domestic
By United Preps Wlr.
London, Jan. 3. That Count Leo
Tolstoy was driven to flight ending In
death, by Incessant quarrels with his
wife, Is the assertion made today by
P. A. Boulungor, an Intimate friend of
the dead author, who was present at
Tolstoy's death bed.
In a long letter to tho time, Boul
ancer describes Tolstoy's efforts to
harmonize his own views on smpltcity
of life with tho imcth'ods of lvlng em
ployed by the members of his family.
"Tolstoy constantly hoped," deqlar
ed Boulangcr, "that ho would be ex
iled from Utissln ibecuuso of his free
dom of thought. In this way ho hop
ed to be removed from the Influences
of his homo life but ho wus-unsuccess
"The count's mild recoptlon of his
wife's Insults and her. threats to
shoot herself wero surprising. But
ho finally realized thnt tho strain was
Injuring him and hindering consontrn
tlon of thought. His flight and death
Is Supposed to Have Been
The Cause of the Death
Of Cumberland Couple.
By United Press Wire
Cumberland, Mil,, Jan. 3. Certain
that a double murder, not suicide,
ended In tragedy tho romance of
Charles E. Twlgg and draco Elossor,
who wore found dead nt the girl's
homo Saturdny, tho staff of Stato's
Attorney David A. Hobb today bo
gan a closo survelllunco of tho dead
girl's family. Four, iposslbly five, sus
pects havo been brought into tho
tangible net of circumstances sur-i
rounding tho mysterious deaths, but
tho police rofnse to dlvulgo their
Miss May Elosser, sister of the mur
derod girl, today declared that Twlgg
poisoned his sweetheart und then kill
ed himself. It was through Muy Klos
ser that Twlgg became acquainted
with the dead girl, and gossip has been
busy ascribing Jealousy to tho sur
viving sister. Tho girl knows of tho
gossip, kind flho stoutly denies It,
Tho theory advanced yesterday that
tho poison might havo been adminis
tered In chewing gum, wns controvert
ed by an analysis of tho gum. it
showed only such traces of poison us
resulted from swullowlng It.
Itev, Dr. Van Orsdolo, who was to
havo married tho couple, conducted
the funeral services of the girl today,
At the samo hour the ngod futher and
mother of tho poisoned bridegroom
tri.ltn nunnrdwl lilu tinilv t t trrtiVn
n Kpyier, AVeftf, Virginia,
Cumberland, Mr., Jan. 3. It bo-
on th& Square
came known todny that an nrrest In
the mysterious IOIosser-TwIgg poison
ing case will bo made late this after
noon. The police have decided on tho
arrest of at least one person connect
ed with tho trngedy, and onyl tho fact
that the funerals of tho victims wer-j
held today prevented the arrest this
morning. Tho authorities declined to
say who would be arrested.
To Acquire Possession of the
By United Press Wire.
AVitBlilnion, Jan 3 "AVur with tho
United .States for tho tpossesslon of
tlio Philippines before 1915 or never."
Such Is tho secret slogan of tho
radical Japanese It) the Philippine
Islands, according to Igmiclo Vlllamor
attorney general for th0 Islands, nnd
Poncluno Beyes, prosecuting attorney
of the bureau of Justice nt Manila,
who ore In AVnshlngton q , tqstlfy In
tho congressional Inquiry Into the snip
of tho frlur lands.
"Tho Jupancso nre cpnfldcnt that
they can take possession of the Philip
pines," said A'lllamor today "It re
cently read In a Japanese paper tho
statement that the nation was In
good condition for war. But It gen
erally lecognlzed that tho blow must
be struck, If at all, before the com
pletion of the Panama canal,
"Detplto statements to tho con
trary by Japanese diplomats It Is tho
sentiment hi tho Philippines that
Japan wants tho Islands. The peijple
nro convinced that Japan's avowed
policy of expansion toward tho south
Instead of northward, embraces tho
"It Is easy for th Ja'paneso td In
form themselves of the defenses at
Manila. AVe have good rcuson to lo
lleve that they aro availing them
selves of this opportunity constantly.
Even on Corregldor Island, whero no
one Is allowed to land without per
mission from the military authorities
Japanses havo been employed as la
borers." Children Cry
Tito Kind You Havo Ahvnys
in uso for ovor 30 yenrs,
All Counlci'fcltB, ImitatloiiH and "JiiHt-urt-KOod" aro but
Uperlment8 that triflo with and endanger tho health ol
Iutunta and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORSA '
Cabtoria is a hnrinlosn substitute for Castor Oil, Iare
jroric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcbtlo
hubstunco. Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys "Worms
nnd allays FeverlshncsH. Jfc cures Dlnrrhwa a?id Vlnd
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural olcb'p.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Frlcud,
GENUINE CASTOR I A. ALWAYS
) Bears the
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop
THt CINTUH COMPAIIY. TT
' ' VJLJf!
... I1 1
xflmwj) . nTi'r,nfl!Kfi
20 Off Furnishings A
And General Disfranchise
ment in Some Townships
Creating an Alarming
By United Press Wire.
AVcst Union, O.,- Jan. 2 Bollovlnff
thnt so many voters haVe been dls
francliiscd In Adams county and thus
rendered Ineligible for Jury service
that It would b0 imposslblo to get
together nnothcr grand Jury to com
r.."to his probe Into tho vote selling
Judgu Blulr todny refused to permit
of tho adjournment of tho grand, Jury
thnt has been In scSslon now for over
two weeks and thut'hus returned over
Tho situation Is causing Judge;
Blulr considerable concern. Several
members of, tho present 'Jury ha,ve
notified tho court that it will be 1m-,
possible for them to servo after noxt
Saturday because of the necessity of
getting bock to business nnd to tljelr
farms. Coupled likewise, wltl iho
probability that ho could not 'get an
other Jury list frbrn tho few quali
fied voters who aro loft Is tlio fact
that It Js doubtful Ifv a potlt Jury
panel can bo secured with which to
try tho cases of those' who aro refus
ing to confess as well as other
criminal euscs that uro pending.
To further complicate tho situation
no less than 300 Adams county resi
dents are declared to have crossed
over Into Kentucky and to havo an
nounced their Intention of not return
ing unless tho voto probo Is stopped.
Som0 of theso men havo been Indicted
nnd somo havo not. Afc yet Judge
Blair has not announced what he will
do about them.
Will Oho Banco.
Marlon Lodge, No. 402, K. P., , will
glvo a Now Year's danco Monday ev
ening, January 2. Alt those who havp
received Invitations are urged to como
and enjoy tho dance, Oood music, '
By order committee. 12-31-2t
AVarm lined shoes Beatty & Long.
Bought, nnd will' h Iiiib boon
hns foorno thu blirsmturo 61 . .
and linn locn niado uudoi' his per
sonal Kiiporvlsion hIiicu Ittj infancy.
Allow no OIIO to (lcceluivnn In Hila.
Over 30 Year
MUSWAY 8THIIT. NEW VOBK CITV.