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TUESDAY, MARCH M, ISIS,
SOUTH AND WEST
Ipriitfs Advent Means Death or
' ' Nries to Hundreds,
IWtRTY LOSS IN MILLIONS
'Tmdoet Range From Northern
Texas to New York State, Destroy
3 tag Lives and Property and Doing
Almost Incalculable Damage to Live
t Stock and Crops Heaviest Losses
' Reported From the Southern States.
Chicago, March 22. More than 100
aerons are reported killed nnd 200
injured, some mortally, by n storm of
tornado Intensity which raged over
central western, southern nnd patU
eastern slates. Property tlnmnso
wHl run veil Into tho millions. Def
inite advices have been received nc-
.SeMtltlritr fnr n I el rft .,, JnnA
i. r,k.. m w " v;fc v n (sunn uviiiii
,f Ttrlth reports' from points temporarily
tat off from wire communication by
ne Btorm adding hourly to the list.
Reports from Alabama show tjie
lew of life was heaviest In that statu,
tk number of dead there being nl
TMdy dennltely placed at 60, with ad
ditional fatalities leported, but not
caaflrmed. Two towns, Thomas lllo
mi Lower Pejclitree, were practically
, ljred out. Two are dead In Indlanu,
; two in Tennessee, threu In Ohio, two
an New York, one in Michigan and one
Accompanying the dentil lists are
estimates of the Injured totalling
snore than 2,000, with additions comlns
hi at brief Intervals,
Coming tip out of the southwest
eSTrly Friday morning, just a spring
"was ushered in, tho storm swept with
startling suddenness diagonally across
Jra country from northern Texas to
western Pennsylvania and Now York,
tUectlng the Mississippi valley and
moving northeastward across Ohio
and into the Great LakcH region.
Shifting wlnda of great violence, ac
companied In Mirlous sections by
new, sleet and hall, characterized
tie atorm, oaslh- tho most dmtrncthe
f the year ana rarely equalled In the
extent of Its sweep nnd damuge.
The propertly loss was lieaty all
, Along tho storm's track, nexlden de
-anollshlug and unroofing buildings and
felling lrees,thti high winds, rain, hall,
sad sleet did serious damago to early
reps, according to reporlH from some
T ho affected acctlons. KHtluintes of
anwge to property from Itidlunn and
SHchlgan alone aggregato 2,000,00(i,
Wt evenly divided between the two
"wiates, Barly report a of losses rang
1ng from Jr.,000 to IftOO.OOO or more
"from sections of the storm icgiou In
dicated that the total would reach
'large llgures. Wires fell in all dliec
tteos before the blow.
Columbus Contractor Killed.
' Columbus, O., March 22. Hlchaid
flmmcr, a general con tract or, was
taatantly crushed to death uhuu the
kerth wall of tho llurdull Sweat Pad
company at the west end of the Proad
atreet bridge bluw down In the high
winds. Mr. Pllmmur wax Hiipcrvlslng
the illainuutllng of the nwiIIh or tlie
factory structurn which wax gutted by
3lre Miveral vciiKh ago, when several
ef the oicupantH bad spectacular es
capes by way of tho Kcloto rer.
Twenty Children Entombed.
GreeJiHlinig, Pa March 22. Twenty
children wi'ie ImprlBoiicd under a
wall which was mxnd by the nrt'HKur'j
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po ,11 winii in win inn view HCMiiuiunusu,
r tui.u ,..M.. i..iuf H ti... ir..H
t mtmn iMUIj V ,1, IRIUKI'I , lilt IV-II1.1IUI,
wan HorloiiHlj; IiiJiiiimI, and the chil
dren had to hi) dug ftom the debris
I1,' y their paumtH. Noun was sorlous-
Wind Dlows Over Smokestack.
Dennlstui, O., Match 22. -Wind
lew owr a 4r, foot In Id; Hiuokestack
IV 'at (ho Atlvanco Tin- Clay company's
iplanl in rhilclmlllc. l'nuik Wrench,
m workman, iih bin led In the debris,
ShK was not fatally hurt.
Two Workmen Maimed.
Iron (on, O., March 22. Two per--sms
were Injured when the wire de
partment or the Kelly Nail and Iron
'tmmpany was wrecked by brick from
ajMjituck crashing through II during
SSa Mfftrm IMti, tun linruflnit IntllfMil
Wfmn Luther Page and JatneH t'oruute,
r rnan empiojos. r
"7 Factory Unroofed.
;" Ujiwarli. H. Murpti ' Tlllrtv.nl
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'mmtini auuare feet of rooting was
C'tnt from the plant of tho fllalr Man
'VwiaetuHng company by the wind. A
mown aow u struca a m, t u. pas-
train east of Newark, breaking
sws in several roaches.
The Days of Dogcarts.
are probably peoole still llv-
Vwira remember when dogs drew
in Knatand. These original dog-
(.''which were suppressed by law
Buaaie or tno last century, were.
need by ctxttermoneers and tho
members or tho fancy for
y outings, 'i tin aoga employed
mi,c 'UUIlllln, Ul IUUIIKII uivvm.
a. B. A . 1.. r9 .,f ... A.M..I llMll.ill
nistm In. of the old Ungllsh nms-
ff'Ai'tweiity or thirty ullo run In
Mtwn,s uothlni; to them, and they
t'upjttwlr strength on the Journey
scaoiy, allowance oi ureau soua-
ELIOT DECLINES CFFICE
Advanced Age and Disinclination to
Live Abroad the Reasons.
Cambridge. Mass., March 22. Dr.
Charles W.KIIot, president emeritus of
llnnurd, Is In receipt of President
Wilson's offer to act ns ambassador
to Great Hrltaln. The venerable edu
cator admitted that this was fo. He
Is still considering the Imitation. A
liostou newspaper stated that Dr.
Eliot has declined the appointment to
the court of St. James. Ills advanced
age and a disinclination to lie abroad
were the reasons glen for his nd
PINONED IN MARSH
TWO PEOPLE DROWNED
Seneca Falls, N. Y., March 22. Ixit
tlo Tulle, 20, and Raymond 13. llalst,
members of a party of four which left
I'yracuso In n borrowed auto, are
lead, and Miss Myrtle Freeman, 23, a
Ihlrd member or tho party, Is badly
turned by gasoline. Their, car turned
turtle nfter leaving the road In the
Montezuma marahea, north of here.
MIbr Tulle nnd llalst were pinioned
In the marsh and drowned beforo help
could reach them. Miss Freeman owes
THE MUSICA FAMILY
TO FIGHT EXTRADITION
Now Orleans, March 22. Tho Mu
tslcas completely changed their at
titude In rogard to extradition and
will fight to prevent their return to
New York, also to secure their release
n habeas corpus proceedings and to
recover tho money taken from them
and held In tho possession of the nil
thoiltlett. Suit will bo brought In tho United
States court to secure the release of
all the family under habeas corpus
pincecdlnga ns well na tho SIR "10
ltnmu, March 22. The pope Is im
niviiig, lie chatted cheerfully will
Ma hIsIith. Illri brother, Angeto Sar
.o, and his nephew, Monslguor Puro
'it, are heto for ICastcr.
WANT FREE RAW MATERIAL
Progressive Democrats Appeal to
Washington, Match 22, Appeal!
for help have been made to Pietddent
Wilson by Doningrnts who weio
beaten li the committee on wns and
means by tnprcsentntlve Underwood
nnd the other CniiKtT.vatlvuH of that
body. The "iiiogicHHlvea" fought for
free raw uiitturlal apd tho trnimfer of
practically all rami pmducts to the
lieu 1Ih(. They have placed the facta
heroic the provident and are hopeful
that he will take their Hid it of the
"untinversy. Thuie Ih good reason to
liillni) imiteru! changCH will he mart't
in the taiirr revision piogram recently
completed by the wava and means
rulhn( Okht., March 22- With ox
Scualor lluvurldge of ludlaiia, ex
Governor Stuhba of KauHna and hov
urlil other noted party leuders In at
tendance as' speakers, the Progrea
hIvoh of Oklahoma held a iouhIiik
Statu rally hore today to discuss
iliivHtlmiH of policy and lay pluuu for
tho fntiiio, The chief object of tho
conference, howovor, wiih to rbfuto
tho rumors that have been circulated
to the effect that Ok,lnhumu Piogrea
ulvcu, contemplated fUHlon with the
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CHINESE TO DIE FOR MURDER
Nvw Yprk, Morcli 22 Yoo Dock
and Hng I ling, two members of the
Chitieso (Up Slug Tong, are under
nentenco to die In the electric chair
at Sing Sing next Monday. Tho two
wore rpiivlcted of murder In connec
tion -With thd long war that raged
furiously In Chinatown hero p' year
ago. Thulr conviction and sontouco
to dentil wont causa for wit Infliction
on thb parti of the New York police,
whq tioyo alwnya found It a jnoat dtlll
cult tntlter to accuru convlctlons'-'ln
Htich ennea. T'11' lu'lnclpnl vviluesscu
ngjlput Yo6 .Dock and KiK lllng,
woro two Philadelphia glr8, wio drift
ed Into Chinatown
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DECLINES FRENCH POST
HeCombt Will Remain Chairman of
Democratic National Committee.
Washington, March 22. William P.
AfcCumbH, Democratic national chair
man, issited a statement dennltely de
clining President Wilson's otter to ap
point him ambnssndor to Prance. This
meana that Mr. McCombs will remain
chairman of the national committee
and will demote himself to tho commit
tee's afTali ft and his own law nractlce.
The declination of Mr. nTbCombi
means that Presldsst Wilson will
again hnve to begin searca for (.
mart for this Important cost.
her life to n brave fight which sho
made for over an hour. She was pin
Ipiu d by hn car and lind difficulty In
keeping her head abnvn wa'er. John
O'Ccinner or lloljoke, Mass., wns tb:
loin tli member or the party. lie snj
llalst tinned partly around to speak'
to him and lost control or the Rtecr
Ingwheel. The roadway Is several root
above the marsh, anil the enr skidded
down the embankment. '
found In the corsets of Grace Miihtcn.
The claim for a return or tho money
taken from Grate Muslca is based on
the fact that she claims It as her own,
as no criminal charge has been en
tered against her. She Is held slm
Jly as a witness and the money car
oot be withheld, it Is argued, unless it
be shown that she came by it Im
All the $76,000 round on the fugl
Uvea Is on deposit In tho New Orleane
Nationul bank;. .,
Tlllln, ()., Match 22. Seneca coun
ty wn hit hard by the spring gale.
'ully live hundred thousand dollars'
.oith of property was detroed. One'
leatlt was recorded, that of William
vVtcka, a member of the county In
Jrninr, who was crushed when the
chimney of Unit Institution fell on
fchleifgo. March 22. A family of
five peisonH wns found dead from tilt)
nilnntlug' gus here, In the kitchen n
hilihtir jioeo wns detached from a gas
plate. Tho Victims wore Knghcit Cor
aolsou, ."5, a inachinlst, bts wire and
two sons and a daughter.
are under double trai
strength to live nnd leant and
Ktreninh .to grow "they must
hnve 'nourishment not 'Qver-i
loaded Ktomuchs, 'but con-'
centratcd nutriment 1to 'atd
nature during !t'he growing
The wonderdf 'record of
Scoff Emmhhn as a body
builder li;isbcen proved for
threu generations, It strengthens
the bones, inuscjes and sinews;
build f body, ;raf antrgy
and vigori prevents and relieves
colds nnd fortifies the luns.
Millions .of delicate and un
developed children hnve been
made strong, sturdy and hea'rtyt
lnuk n hmvint SCOTTS.
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President Mk of Honduras
Quickly Passes Away.
VICE PRESIDENT TAKES OATH
Deceased, a Victim of B right's Dis
ease, Wat Heralded a Worthy De
scendant of Plxarro and Cortez and
His Life -Was Pictured as a Stirring
and Kaleldeoscoplc Drama Fate of
Honduras a Matter of Speculation.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras March 22.
President Manuel" Bonllla died sud
denly here. Although tlie aged exocu
tlvc haul been suflerlng rrom Bright'')
disease nearly two .years, his condi
tion had not been'considered critical,
loveral days ago he was said to bo
laving convulsions, but it seems theBe
tvere not serloua In' their nature, and
nly jesterday the president laugh
ingly told rrlends he would live to be
Dr. Francis Betran, formep provis
ional president, and vice president,
Immediately succeeded him, Dr. Bet
ran is populnr with the masses, but it
is talked openly on the streets of tho
capital that the sudden shift in au
thority may plunge Central America
Into tho general war that has been
8Uth a general topic of Interesjt for
the last month. "
Manuel Bonllla, as a picturesque
hero of romance and adventure, was ft
worthy descendant of Cortez and Pi
zarro. Ills life was a stirring and
kaleldeoscoplc drama: Alternately in
power and in prison, one day leading
a forlorn hope of ragged and starved
soldiers, the next'a dominant figure In
Latin American statesmanship, re
turning from exile to be a popular
What will be the fate of Honduras
is a matter which at least three other
Centrnl American states aro busily
trying to ior6ee. ,
limAxAAAAAi until inn
f LONESOME HUSBAND
SEEK8 HIS BRIDE. X
; Washington, March 22. Major ; ',
; Sylvester, chief of the Washing- ; ;
ton police, lecelvcd a printed ctr- ! ',
', cular purporting, '.to be from
George K. Dean, editor of the '
! Logan Banner of 'fvOgqn,, W, Vn., ,
; Inquiring In regatd to Ills wife,'1 ;
. a bride of thiee months, who left 1 !
I there to visit relatives. In the ' '
' circular Dean describes his miss- ', ',
) ing wife as 2li eats old, a short, ;
plump, striking brunqtte, "using !
) good language considering that ;
she Is an orphan and her early
) education was neglected." )
1 "Whatever she may have done," .
! concludes the cticulnr, "her bus- ;
1 band's arms are open 'to receive
', her back." 1 1
PENNSYLVANIA IN LINE
Governor Will Uro Commission to
Probe White Slave Traffic.
HnrrlBburg, Pa., .March 22. Follow
ing a conrerciico between Governor
John K. Tenor and tho committee of
tho Illinois state pennte, popularly
known a the Chicago vice commis
sion, Governor Tenor atatfd that he
would recommend to tho Pennsylva
nia legislature tho appointment of a
coinmlsslnn to luvctutguto thn white,
slnvo trnillc, with a vloW to Its sup-prehslon.-
With regard to such ques
tions aw the t elation of, women's
wages to the vice pioblem, the gover
nor said tiicy woio proper for consid
eration In connection with the ap
pointment of such a commission, and
ho. would lay beforo the legislature
the facts presented by his callers, so
that the legislature could enlarge the
scopo of tho Investigation It it deemed
such n course wUe.
MUST PAY TAXES
Fifty-two Corporations Are Restrained
From Doing Business.
Boston, March 22. Fifty-two In
junctions were Issued by Justice, Bra
ley of tho supreme court, restraining
that many corporations, from dplng
tmslnosB because uf the state tax, The
previous practice has been to dissolve
turh Injunctions when tho taxes are
paid. The j.tstlce gava this warning
to all deltuquent corporations: "I
doubt very much If I should ever dis
solve any Injunction once' granted
against n corporation for not paying
.Its' taxes unless there ware extraor
dinary reasons for the nonpayment et
the tax. If a corporation "doesn't take
imprest enough In the welfare of the
state to pay Its taxes when due, then'
I think H should iA ba -allowed to 4
Henry-Do yuli think sba would ac
cept me if 1 should propose? Kthel
Wh.v. of course, She has accepted lots
worso looking chaps than' you. Ex
Kulcker-ChlUlrcu aro ' now raising
their parents Hovaer Xaanext geu
eiathm w cpinigu in parent aUtly,
tv'w YorU Sun. tfh'l "
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The Kind You Have Always
ib use ior over uu years,
anu nas ocen maae underbills pcr-
JWf'J1 Bonal supervision since Its Infancy.
ecccAMt Allow no one to deceive von In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
( Experiments that trlflo with and endanger the health of
' 'Infants and Children Experience agaikst xperiaieaU
What is CASTOR IA
Castorla Is a harmless snbstltnte for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and 'Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. IS
'contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareetlo
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Wersma
and allays Feverlnhness. For more than thirty years it
has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles ana
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Ua For Over 30 Years
tms etwtauw cotwmr. rt Mummy srrattT. new vowk cm.
R Cociety I
I News- J
Jlr. and Mrs. Clyde .Winland were
very pleasantly surprised by a large
number of friend b at their home In
Brandon Friday evening. About alx.
ty were present and n taffy pulling
was enjoyed. Mr. and Mra. Winland
will move in u few days to a farm
several mllea west of Brandon.
Enjoyable Banquet Given
By The Senior Class
The Senior claaa of the Mt. Verpon
High school entertained with a most
enjoyable banquet In tho Pythian Ar
mory Friday evening. The event wub
In honqr of tho debating teama of
tho Mt( Vernon high school, and in
addition tho invited guoHta were the
members or the fnculty of the achool,
students of tho High school and par
ents. Over one' bundled were present
nt the banquet. Tho urinoty was dec
orated with colors of tho Hehlor clnBB.
At the conclusion of thn repast, an
IntureHtlitg program wns carried out.
The toasttnastor of the evening, Mr.
Fred Huutahergor, wan introduced
by Mr. Charlea Weat, president of
tltu senior cnaH. The buiuiuot wns
nerved by the ladles or the M, P.
church. At the conclusion of the pro
gram oF toasta nnd music, dunclng
wns enjoyed. Music wits furnished
by tho High achool orchestra.
fct Paul, Mlnil., March 22 Alumni
of tho agricultural college of the
University of Minnesota uro asacm,
Ming to take part in tho coming
week's celebration wllpbe held In con
nection with the commencement week
exorcises. The prograpttno Will bo
ushcicd In tomorrow with the bacca
laureate sermon by Henry Wallace of
Dcr Molnos. Other lAtd Ing, speakers
of tho week will bo President Qcorge
II. Vincent or tho university and the
two former presidents, William "W.
FoUoll and Cyrus Northop. ,
Halifax, N. 8., March 22 The Duke
of Counnught, Governor General , or
Canada, and his party .arrived In Halt
fax tod,ay to take passage on Ihe
steamship KmpreBs of Drltalu sailing
for England, His Royal Highness
declined to discuss the matter of IiIb
rumored retirement from the governor
generalship, though the general opln-'
Ion 4s that he expects to return to rjls
pout at Ottawa onrly In the sumnier.
The Duchess of Oonnnugnt and the'
Princess l'utrlfla uro , accompanying'
the Duke to Knglund. Owing to the
poor hoaltli of the Duclicss neither
she nor her daughter will return to
Mrs. Mucoln Hibblts has returnod
to her liomq In Brink Haven after
spending sevornl days iu Coshocton
where she was ,callod by tho illness
Bonght, arid which has been
tins bornotne signature ox
L. B. HOUCK
Office Rogers' building, No. .'U Soati
Mai ueet, Mt. Vernon, Unlo. Roomi
2 and 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVliRING
AJTORNEV-A' LAW '
All business of legal nature glvai
prompt Attention and especially u
practice in tne Probate Court Offloi
No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon, O
New Phone, Office 104.
K. 0. BIGGS
Office In Arnold olock corner e
East, High street and lfoaumaai
square, Mt. Vernon, Oblo.
0. X. OONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 East Vina Bt
Citlxaas' 'phone 62. Office hours: I
to 4 ana 7 to 8 p. m.
Bell 263 R.
THE FiRE INSURANCE MAN
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
If you own anything, tiava
Citizens' 'Pbone 231 Red,
(TEast Gambler street, Mt. Vernon, O
Luther A. stream Wm. P. Rlma-
STREAM ft RIMER
REAL E8TATE AND LOANS
Farms, and city priperty bought, sole
and exchanged, Properties rentedYanp
rents collected. Fire Insurance a spa
daily. Representing 14 old rellablt
stock companies. Accident insuraac
Uye atock- insurance. Plate glass ta
surance, autom.oblle insurance, In fac
we can tnstlre any property you ma;
have. Suraty bonds of all kinds. Car
and sea us, Room 1 Slpe bid., Soutr
Main at. Cit 'pboha ,No. 447 Black
KNOX GO. TEACHERS'
Mt-PtliiKH for tho exnmlnntlon of H'hoIi
t'l'B will lw held at tho Central School
Iltlllillnir, Mt, Vernon, Ohio, tho nnu, Snt
urtlnyof every month. Onler of suh
. Klementnry. n, in, Theory nnd I'rnctlce,
ArltlimellLV U. S, Jlifitoiy, Ilemtlne and
Klemeutnry, p. m. Gramliinr, Ueoera
pliv, Ortli(im-ui)hy, Wrltlnu, l'lialolosy
PupllH' Qxrmiliuitlon, The tliird Hnturduy
of April nnd the third Snturdny In Muv.
nvumlnatloiiH ' will commenro at $,00
o'flook ii. m.( '
AilJiesanll iomnninkutlonn to the Clerk
of Hoard) of 'KxatnlnerH.
OriranUatlon of the board;
J, S. ALAN. Prealdent. ,
Mt. Vernon. Ohio.
IX. I.. JONKH, Vice Prewldent.
' lletrtn Siltfn
A, ii, Murrv, Clerk,
' ' Democracy', Ofild.
oMrn, Samantha Ewers
frB,nbo. Kwors. sister of Mr.
"y. 'A, ChaiJpelear of this'efty, died at
,"her home in Zane'lllo aSturday mori
Ing af(er a long illness'of lUeascs In
oldonl ,to old age, Mr. Chappelear
went toZaiiesville.Satuiilay to remain
.umHiBiier nip iuuviui
WILL MAKE HIS
202i4 Visit to Mt. Vernon
Monday, Mch. 31st
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CoE uid Unhrtnlty tntSSTpm! Inattinni
Syrrtpteme Most Cemmen
ttnttitrnftttm t nmkmtm, wfnmftam, imgoti
tsllhit wwott, "nttaSITt lima, pocrelf S wii , Jhwai
eh. ditilDM. tmln nd mm utepftMi. MlplutlM1
ua BntrM el tM hi. mm sad trtmuinc mom.
n, eettat totfw, ted tut la aMath, jem In MoaMeh
n. ctatad totiw, ted taata la aMath, jraa I
dhawtli. wdr kaik. mmtl and flaklx Stan.
in. waul Mil, tan and nancy acan, laumaia,
I; nlu, ptiaalai. baMtinc and many oUxr armp-
Tna van raalorit af an and woman at
iwanv to amaiai ptmiir to man aaa womi
nwjaritf f BMn tad wonn art daSttant In oa
fttiaact. atanv aro aat aiaethr aiflk. bnt aoma chronic af-
ftction ! uulni thafr Tltalfort. Thar attaad to
dubt Ufa aaa Woaaa drat aid hit avKoaf
Every AffHctei Mm and Wtmtn
aid haM thai wapta!. Thy aranatura'awMnli
haajd haM that waston. Thay arrtura'awMiiln
that.aoaittlilng la wraac- ry for brtp. Tamporarr
niter It net tuScltiit. Tha easaa matt b dlaamrtd
taaaaaaaar, that naarlr Ttrjr ehxoole dlaataa, if tak
on la tte. ran ba eorad by prapar boat treatiaont.
Htilart only load to mora aarloaa raanrta. Do aot put
an a matter at anea vital imponaafla. Boeeaaaar raitar
In Ufa orpanda aa roar pbymal and auatal aoadltloa.
No mattar what tb aa. " Bam or aatara, ffHli
raranM aaa aoaaipnai
faraarjaaat au ara uiwltad
to rail or wtHa rMardlat it. iVarrtbliiit aonnornllil,
Nhsttf vf en( of wotors snaTer from mm form of fe
SBole sswrans mmr In sotret, are UTtoa mlsfstl.
nhaiiativ IrvaaB. Ita raM tot mm1t dmirav vaur haalth.
Bimpim home trestsseet, of the eroper kind. If used In
usne vui prertnt esraooe cfapucuone tbst may i
at msT Md to
iit at daiiBatra oournJtioa end rns.Te ho-
iul trsotment. Dr. Vote's Tro.tnieBt st boae pnn'
fatsJj with rssaodlee eAkptodto eael
tuss sdl' rsswedra Kscli otuw le treated oeM
en loairwniBU sq
itaamt. RmnaAaa in
tuuioltee end eon te osod la priTOcj. Mrothuefie-lKU
itlooe. Ko Operator. Remedioasrs
of Dr. Vohe's sollosts ore wi
, aBBrawnwwtti inmu
Writs If yoa esonet
Mora rot I prlatod and mar triad la practtaad en thl
ly ara antitlad to a quar daal. Dr. Vooa want ovary
man who la watk, nanreaa. brokaa dowa, dtaaograced or
uCatlns from any dlaaua raooad by Isaoraace, axeaaM.
rMtaswa, laeocaprtont tratamont or naswet ta raad hia
boab) on au hysian antfilad -A ayiiilia'a aVdnfaa Pa
Ma aaa." Oontoin InJormatton that artry parent and
raaag man aaoatd knew.aan dtrerUena for nama treat.
meat that will ear many aSHctod mea witboot dattera,
dron or . Thla book deta not adVartlaa any
doctor, raialial Una, or patent madtrme. MaOadlaplala
Haay careale rreauai a atUadad by defarttr tUlon
tutai, bablta. iWba iiii I iry. .aaaalal
wl. r.L& ibu
ale many frlanda
mwlA mittmm. that hla haafc raf i
and patient, the remit of SI teen
yeera aractiea ta thle
rommanlty. That hr ehercea are aa fair andnaMoable
that tha paorait werkinc
ute to apply for treatment. Moat Important of all. do
:iner mil or wanM iu tmn . i
riot pet on iroeuneni uarii compiicauen or cwnpme ci
dm eurora. Of tantlme a few day of lck-a-bd lllaeit
iot pet ufl treatment uatil com
com more than a complete caune of treatnient.
N rite for Kree Bookltt, "fractical 8acstiomi oa How
to Keep vn "
t- r. vokc. as. D. "
370 WC3T SIXTH AVC COLUMSUS. OHIO
The Price of Beef
fetojw rt Hith and so Is Hit irloe el Ctllla.
l?rt vm&vr 4K r,nu.
Inen of ALBERT A.
I Wettem Canada), v, as
the Bis: KandiingCoun
try. Many of theie
ranches today are im
mense grainJirldo, and
tha catile fntva given
piace to tne cultivation
of wheat. 0.11. Inrl -v
and flax, the chciise
has nude many thou-
aanda of AninrtAnn.
on thete plains. v.ea);hy,
I Inereoted the urlo f
stock.' 'ihi-rj is aultr.did
uypununuy now 10 get n
nUNSMESTEU of 110 Acres
t and another aa a rre-eniMton)
in the newer diitrlcto and pro
duce either cattle or grain. Ihe
crops are always good, the cli
mate It excellent, schools und
churches are . convenient at.d
markets splendid .In Manitoba.
Saskatchewan or Alberta.
aieai luonnauoa, rauvvay rates,
faaiSea (rwsnnatt Anat
'413 Gardiner Bid.
or vrrlts Sperlatatxlent of lav
Buarwioai. unawa. vanaaa.
DR. 0? 0. ORIDER .
Office and residence corner
Gambler and Mulberry sts. Calls
answered day or nlgbt. Both
'phones, Citizens' 173 blue; Bell
SEBA M. CROUCH
A.TTOIINBV. AT LAW
'ipeclul attention Ktvn to the writlnij
Of wllla, illlrtat acounta ami all lecal
iruttters In Uio 8ttlenient of,oatatcu.
Haven earn experience in the 1'roi
bate Court) .
Cltl-cetis 'phone 454 Blnok
tan yaara and bt ortatillaliad a )ajaaant praettta
and rapatatjea,' Hie practio I Wafted to nreaVt die.
aaata Ta7 hai epjet praetjatSy.afl. am pre to tb,
atody aWbmtmanaitlHa, jBJi to tha arte or jjtt'
''"oaalJm wDVtleaBmndt "eaaatwa bia
fa!!d to ablalni ntaAattaa efieTbire. Attaaat tore.
foartn of ma patlonta are pant to Mm by t anaer pat ram.
if he tnlnka heaunot help yea be trUaay o. Mil tnat
eicat U caiy.to aaa and rasalrai no deteaUa i frem ooto.
"" fljUl dirattafM am Mvan each caaa raaard.
mm rflat. hi
tafta laar but Eai
1 L WIm1 live
l mrn riiuri nut uo'd ra ct .. - f , AataPn v- - ' m i