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Mexico Missouri Message
Joltn Oral. Ed. lor
Thin 1 the open n -aon for Welsh
Garlic suggested ns a cure
tuberculosis A strenuous cure,
Radium Is said to add fertility to
the soil. Put there are lots f cheap
A hunter ms killed
woods the 'her day
long ari tn ho heroic.
In Maine i
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A F.-.11.1 (In l.nr J ul o 1-..I N tha'. a
woman r. ay t-1 .1 ;i her moth' r l:'. 'n'.
Sure fh can. If she; 1M 1 to run thn
A New York prisoner erplalnfd 'fiat
he gets thirsty every time thn moon
changes which la as good an excuse
aa most men give
A noted C;rman editor Is coming
over here to learn all about American
newspapers. He'll l ave a long time
to spend In studying
OfiVial returns show that 40.000 Co
rots have boon shipped from London
to New York That Corot must have
worked day and night
An Englishman has developed a
stir.gless honeybee that Is a better
worker than the bee that stings. Har
ry with the ktekless mule.
One raajr openly confess an unholy
curiosity as to what Ihe -woman con
ductors of Philadelphia will say when
the trolley slips off the wire.
A designer fays that $3 4S Is enough
for a dress for a young girl. It may
be enough for the drss. but It
wouldn't convince the wearer.
A Phlladf Irh'.a woman has been
declared insane bernus she "talks
Inressently " rut how does this dis
tinguish hr from the normal?
A Chiracs waier has been arrested
charged with hantring ahoi;t ceme
teries ar.d attrn:p?ine to f.irt with the
wotrn ar.d girls A gravp offense.
A woman har s'Jd her heshand for
dlvtrce tiecause h insisted rn play
ing checkers nil the time Couldn't
land his checkered careor. evidently
"A spad !( not an Implement of I
weal'h." remarks a Pir.c?ylvar.la la-
bor leader P''.!l. money, the root of j
evil, can otly be obteined by digging
A Washington cow ate a bunch of j
drnamite and then laid down and
died. Had i-he
Have you ever noticed how r.le
lookine ard Intelligent the women
are who rave taken to wearing sen
sible beels on their ihot-s? Of course
A Gctl aid'e frichtened his wife so
badly vith tov p'cml that she beat
him up nd had hi::-, arreg'ed I'er
haps she was afraid h- didn't know it
Medicine row ptaee-l la candy
for the b n '' cf tie little ones In
days gene hv ,e your zster had a
choice of stsnd'i.e f.r his caftor oil
or a thrushire
An Krairlish d'ike tn Is la his
ninety second war hurt himself lately
by falling from his car These tporty
old bc a are s-ill giving tte laugh to
the Otlenan theory
After ail tt would seem lhat those
guns for the destruction of war aero
planes are a waste of time Just give
the aviators enough space, and results
will be accomplished
The pew type of baggage rheck
omits however any means of elling
the conditlcn of the baggage when de
livered All the punches and holes are
In that case In the trunk
The air arid the water continue to
claim surrfees and death walke
abroad on the land Clearly there is
no place where a man can go and
be eafe but the man with a clear con
science need not be troubled
Paris has prohibited duelling In th
streets and those who wish to engage
In this merry pastime must retire to
secluded places Denying combatants
gallery Is one of tbe most effective
methodB of breaking up the practice.
The inventor of circus lemonade
died recently showing that all meu
eventually get what Is coming to them.
"Ir'prsive housework" is a phrase
rec ni 1 uttered and brings up a pic
ture of much toil on the hands and
Wireless will next be uecd to regu
late clerks en slilpborrd When It has
been s irn-usfnlly applied to the ron
nlng o neroplanee. It may do away
with .at Inconvenient stopping of
f HIIOWN AG M N ST STEEL RIB IN
ROOF WHEN CAW STRIKES
MOL'ND IN ROAD.
iVOUND THREE INCHES LONG
v'.siap Is $".'. J ."''3 Car-dictate
Coritink'jd .:f. . Cd'f "To'j
Hard rtccV J to Hurt."
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to hirt eon eipii.ii!i i:e
The ;"vrnor was in tin parlor of '
his hotno, ' t !: eolilir of 11 iiioup of
frieiid.i. Tl wi's po'lniL- i-i li I
manner to ind tale that lie hud met
with any tn'i-hap. 1.0 mucI i.i .., u.,t
fel the wound in ill'' sliihu-Kt d' ri i'
and had not rvni d'-veluped a I: ad
u he from It.
"I gueos I'm too hard htadod to be
hurt," he nald smilingly aB he r
ceived the correspond' nta. .
rr. J. M. Caniochiin, the governor's
family phyHician, who d'Fsed the
wound, Issued the following Ht.ite
ment about It :
"When 1 saw Gov. Wilson I found
ho had n reived a laceration of the
scalp about " Inches in leiigih. t)th
erwise he was in good cot dtti'm and
beemed to lie sufl'Ming no ill eiTecls."
The governor had spoken at. lied
n.ink ami left for Prlnci ton. dis-
t.mce of forty-five miles. II" rodn In
the liiiiou.iiie car of Abraham I.
Kikns. a N't w Yo. k lawyer, w ho livi s
at ll'-d l'..iiik. iH'companled by C-ipt.
William .1. Mt l'Di.ald. Lis peisonal
bodyguard, wh'i was shuken up and
The phiei:in shaved t :e L-ovir-v.'-r
h ha'.r imineiiiately toin'ouivlins
the Injury and with a stiii of ant.1
septic plaster covered the wounded
Defers "Puts One Over."
I icMauapoliF The defense In the
dynamite conspiv.y trial here be-
Id ved tint they "put one o-r" on the
20-. eminent when they obtained from
Judge Anderson a ruling that the
l.OOOudd letters fn,l documents to be
read t. the Jury l.ni't be read in full.
Kills Son to Prevtnt Wickedness.
V.ict.itj, Kas. Mrs. Virginia Carey,
ivint: near HulTai i. Okla.. shot and
kl'.i d her l'Vyenrol ! son In order, as
she raid, to tkicp him from "glowing
ir.io in.i::!ii od in tins wiekid world."
Mrs. t.'.uey lu.- hi en menially uu
ii and for tome year?.
Dock;ng St:pnd at N'jht.
New York T ;. re is to be no more
i'wH.l..n ot" Oee;;:i l.'ie'j at li.!:t. Th')
litaitii offii.er of the port, of N- 'V
YTk, after a p I'.nvtakiiig ir.vesti;.:
t.'j.'i, has di-c.fi' d iMi't the proper X
an.iuatiou of i-.i.M-ar:' !.-; is iiiiiiossib'e
:ii aruliL.al light.
Girl Hunter Is Shit.
Lexington, Ky. Miss Majbi.lle
feiuP., Ul year old. dnnairer of W. L
Ij-.'i.n. pre.-id' :.t of tl.- C.tZfns' N'a
l. Lai bank of N'.iV.e- .ie-. Ind.. was
kl.ot :-.mi prob'ib'v fat'iiiy injured
while with a party of youug folks
coon hunting near Maybviil", K.
1,230 Elcoms on Ore Plant.
New Yoik A chrytatithemuni plant
with 1,200 bin-sous as Ihe fea'urc
of the annual fall exhibit .f ihe Hor
tiiultun l Society of New York. Ex
perts declare lhat the gush, live feet
h'?h and fiftei n ' et !) diameter, has
ever Diitn equalled.
B-rr La 'vers Ou't.
New York John F. Mclntyre and
Jr. Ii u W. H.-.ri. who r p et- ntt d
Charles Becker during his trial for
the murder of Herman Rosenthal, and
who were expected to prepare his ap
peal, have abandon) d the esse.
Eyeltst Nsadle Called Fake.
Chicago. Howard W. Dullard of
San Francisco is held by the police,
charged with opctaUug a confidence
game in promoting a factory u make
Teachers Are Angiy.
Atlantic City, N. .1. "Tern hers
ehould have clean facer, and nicely
combed hair," Slate Coiniuisioni r of
Kducation Kenda.l told u gathering of
pedagogues. The teachers are. fmluu
because of the insinuation.
I Two Escaping Convicts Slain.
Rawlins, Wyo. Richm dson and
Uuckstruui, two of the convicts who
tfccaped from the Wyoming puniien
t ary here October 13. were killed by
a pone near Powder Spruits, on the
BECKER SENTENCE STAYED
j POLICE LIEUTENANT TO DIE
Faces Court Calmly and Hears Fatl
Without FlincMng Devoted Wife
Collapses After Sentence.
New York. Former Lieutenant
of Police Cherleg Uecker, con
victed l ist week of murder In the flrnt
degree, for bringing about the assas
sination of Herman Host nttial. gam
bler, wan sentenced by .Justice (ioff
to death In the electric chair In Sing
Sing prison during I he week beginning-
December S. Uecker took his
sentence calmlv, standing Impassive-
llecker (00(1 alone at the bar. His
faithful wife, who Ik to become a
mother In January, l ad been denied
permission to stand by his side. Tills
denial wan an act ot mercy as the
little woman colap- d In the sheriff's
office and fell to the !loi r in a dead
fiii ut. It was necessary to call a phy
sician tn revive hi 1.
Uecker was nol f-'veii the usual
permission to stay in the Tombs fed
1'iwiiif; his sentoiK ". Instead Sheriff
Juliu.-i 1 In: hu-jrer, for reasons best
kr.nvn to hO'iself. lu.-iiel the con
(li'Tv.ned man to :!k Or.v.id Central
Klati'iii In the prison v. in and took
! i r.-i to !-'im; Sing, thus ri' lug color to
Pecker's bittir ciciKiunt of 1he d:iv,
lh;:t he was t 1 bo "railroaded" 1 veil
to the death house.
Becker's counsel liiimediate'y filed
with the district r.t'ornoy ji notice of
appeal, and a copy el' it was dis
patched to Albany to be hied with the
clerk of the court of appeals. ThU
notice automatically acts as a slay of
BABYBORN TO TITANIC WIDOW
Father, D. W. Marvin of New York,
Drowned in Returning From
New York. Aniiouneenient was
made her" of the birth of a
daughter to Mrs. Iianiel V. Marvin,
of Riverside Lrlvr. S!rs. Marvin and
her lyisband were ri tui Ming on board
the Titanic from the'r honeymoon
trip to Kurope when the liner went
to the bottom. Marv!". 11.i t death and
Mr:--. Marvin was save-1.
Mrs. Marvin's marriage aftrarted
mm h attention in N w York, because
of th-- fact that .1 moving picture con
cern was emtd iyed to take a. complete
set cf pictures of the ceremony. At
the time of the marriage the bride
w :H only 17 years old and the brido
r cm a year older.
BANKER GTS 5-YEAR TERM
Wm. H. Kruz cf Covington (Ky.) Sen
tenced to Federal Prison for
Misuse of Funds.
Cincinnati, Ohio. William 11.
KruX, former teller of th? German
National bank of Covingtou, Ky., wa
sentenced to five years at the federal
pri:-:on at Atlanta, Ga., when he plead
ed guilty to the misuse of $14,0i0 of
the funds of the bank. United States
District Judge Sater overruled the de
murrer of the defense In the case of
Kliner K. Galbrealh, former president
of the Second National bank of Cin
cinnati, and Gilbreaih must stand
t.ial on the charges of misapplication
of funds and false entry.
Thief Makes Sale, Ring It Up.
New York. A robber bound and
:..,.t d Ii- lone clerk in a cigar store
In re and started to rob tho fchop. A
customer entered. Tut bandit polite- are slight, but sufflcif nl to prevent
ly sold somu stogies, rang up th sale him going to Munich is tho kaiser's
on a cash register, then finished hie 1 epreaetiiative at P-incess Rue
irk. ' preclii.'g funeral.
Controls )22.0C0,000 Conpany.
New York.- In Kringel. .'!" jeur?
old, has obtained control of the Man
hattan Life Insurance ccmpany, n
learned, thus adding to Wall street
mother "boy wirard of finance.
Hurricane Levels Acapu'eo.
Sau Juaii uo Sur, Nicaragua. The
seaport of Acapul :o. on thij Pacific
coast of Mexico, was virtup.'ly de
stroyed by a severe hurricane 011
Wednesday uight, accordiui; to wlie
lese dispatches received here.
FIGURING ON THEIR PLURALITIES
TURKS ROUTED IN BATTLE '
SULTAN'S BIG ARMY RETREATS
Ottoman Ministers Discuss Suirj 'or
Peace Upon Hear'ng ef Defeat
London. Kngiand. Another three
days' battle In Thrace has end"d In
the triumph of the Bulgarian com
mander In chief, C.en. Savoff, whose
skillful strategy bus probably brought
to a close one of the shovest and
most remarkable ware oa record.
A great Turkish army cst'.mpt' d at
more than 200.000 men, hag been de
feated and Is In retreat.
Nazim Pasha, the Turkish minister
of war and commander in chief In
Thrace, ha seither been shot or tnken
prisoner, according to a dispatch from
Constantinople Is believed to be at
the merry of the victorious Uulgnrian
army, and a council sitting at the
Vorte is diri'iist i':g the ai!vi:-abil!,.v of
suitii: It pence.
Such Is the news which comes from
It is fill a fiTtn'.Lilit s:nee Turkey
declared Ver. Ti.e lirsi week to the
c,uiiia'i;M clost d uii'.i the drair.atic
fall of Kirk-Kills 'Ji
first time the disori
revealing for the
j Today that army Is defeated, roii'etl
j within 'ifty miles of Constantinople
nnd probably it retreat within the
1 capital's line of (lefeiu-e is cut ofT.
I Only the briefest .md vaguest ac-
(iiinns of the great battle have yet
i li'-i -i iecilvi d for th? war has been
e: ;n tiuily remarkable in thr.t not a
Jiiinglo war lorre.-pondent has bet n ol-
lowi d at the front except In the cane
of the liuie Montenegrin campaign
GEN. DIAZ PUT INTO PRISON
Rebel Lesdcr Who Was Sentenced to
Death by Court Martial Is in
Mexico City, Mexico. Con. Felix
Diaz, nephew of ex-President. Porfirlo
Diaz, who was sentenced to death by
court martial at era Cruz, fur insti-
sating an nprisine. against the Ma-
dero govei pm. lit. has been placed in
solitary con!iu.-i. ent in m Juan de
t.jiia pi isoit, p .nun;; a unai ueiriMou
-:. his .. I til moien o court.
Five hundred soldiers of Gen. Bel
tram's federal army, which put down
the Vera Cruz revolt, have arrive ! at
the capital and will he sent to tho
.:i'ho.isiern coast ag lins t rebels op
'.ra ing there.
JOHNSON LOSES KIS LICENSE
Charter Expires and Collector Won't
Issue New One Unless He I
Compelled to Do Sa.
Chicago, 111. .lack Johnson, the
negro pugilist, will not hold a license
10 conduct a saloon after today, un
lr's City Collector Cohen is com
pried to issue one to him. Tho li
cense formerly held by Johnson ex
"Johnson has filed a bond for a new
license, but I won't Issue one until he
proves himself to be a man of good
moral character," erIJ Cohen. "He
won't get a license unless I'm com
pelled to Issue it."
German Crown Prince Injured.
Dantzlc, Germany. The crown
prince has been injured hy a fall from
his horse while buntins. His hurts
Peace Conference :n Paris.
Paris Diplomats here regarded the
B.lkan situation with tho deepest anx
iety. Premier Poincnre was In almost
jConiiriuoiiH conference with the ain-
h.wad'H 'n n-p resenting
power., Iii re.
Polar Expedition wrersed.
Arc hung. l, Russia. A steamer
which has arrived here from Norway
reports that the rtearaer Phoka with
C'apt. SJedofT's polar expedition has
Li.-., . , ,.tri. The steamer 'iroutjht
VICE - PRESIDENT BURIED
DETAIL OF NATIONAL GUARD
LEADS FUNERAL CORTEGE.
President Tafl, Justices of Supreme
Court, Members of House and
I'tlca, N. Y., Nov. 2. The remains
of the late James Schoolcraft Sher
man, vice-president of t he United
1 States, was buried here. There
I was no unuecessary pomp or
display. Just a detail of "0 mem
bers of each of the two National
Guard companies la Utica preceded
the funeral cortege. Following the
hearse were tho Borrowing family,
the president of tho Cnited States,
justices cf the supreme court, mem
bers of the house of rcprosentatlves
and representatives of national and
state officialdom and the thousands
of fellow townsmen of the "talesman.
The private services at the house
for the family were conduced by Dr.
Ilolden of the hutch Heformed church,
i of which Mr. Sherman was. for many
ears, the treasurer and active sup
j The services at the First I'leshyte
I rian chinch began at 2 o'clock and
i were iu clinrre of Rev. M. W. Stryck
r. president of Hamilton college. Mr.
inized and ineffi- Sherman and Hr. Strycker were class
or the Tuikish i mates at Hamilton college and mem
ber of the same college fraternities.
Mr. Sherman since boyhood had
le en a member of the college cturch
at Clinton, of which Dr. Strycker was
pastor, and although the vlce-presl-
I dent Iltid attended the Hutch Re
formed church for years, he ncvei
gave up his membership in the col
Dr. Strycker was assisted by Dr.
Iloldcn. The services opened witfc
pong by au augmented choir of th
church, and after reading ot the Scrip
tures by Dr. Holden, Dr. S'.rycker de
livered a brief eulogy of the vice-prea
ident. Dr. lloldeu pronounced the
WOMEN ASK ANOTHER TRiAL
One Hundred Petition Court to Grant
Lieut. Becker His Appeal
Priooner's Mail Heavy.
, 0s(.illll!ri N. Y.-A petition signed
,)V .,. ,,, u, lla
,.;,v wi!, )p ,,,, o tho cou.t o(
j aH,aIs n.(llll..,,illl; ,ho allowance ol
j hia appeal for a new trial, wan the
1 cheering news received by Charles
Becker at Sing Sing prison. This in
formation came In the form of an un
signed letter which was delivered ta
tho condemned slayer of Herman
Rosenthal by Warden Kennedy. It
was one of a batch of fifteen letters,
all of which, after being rend by the
j 'in301- wirc ,J"U(1 ovir lo
I Pec ker.
MAN HELD FOR WIFE'S DEATH
Husband Arrested While Removing
Body in Wheelbarrow Declared
Guilty of Murder.
Fort Smith, Ark. Eugene) Rose was
arrested at Spr'ngdale as ho was car
rying the body of Ills wlfo eway in a
Investigation showed the weman
hBd been shot in the back of the
head. A coroner's Jury declared Robq
guilty of the woman's murder. Rose
asserts his wife committed suicide.
The family moved to Spriugdale a
year ago from Milwaukee, Wis.
Two Convicted of Murder.
Tulsa, Okla. The jury in the trial
of Joe Baker and Guy D. Mackenzie,
for the. murder of Charles T. Renter,
reported a verdict of guilty with life
imprisonment. The two defendant
urn not visibly affected.
Wife Slayer Cheerful on v 'lows.
Little Rock, Ark. Frederick Glau
bitz was hanged at Ozark for the
brutal murder of his wife. He went
to tho gallows cheerful and without
any sign of regret. He had frequent
ly declared he was ready for death.
Steals Horses, Disguises Them.
Kward, Neb. Frank Kuzac stole
two horses, painted their faces aud
feet, went into the horse market, re
ceived a check for $300 and then car
tied It in his pocket until he was
arrested by tbe sheriff.
Mlscounan, In Wont, la Shot,
geiiltlo. WiihIi. lesiii- 'i I ' r. 2.
jci'i's old. a fiirin liand, who rec'nviy
ciune heir from Missouri, vta r.niit
Mid KerlouMly wounded at H l id; in
house here by a pollce.imn when pop
per ml a younger bndhor r.in fiMr.i
thtlr room after the policeman h.nl
threatened to break down .he door.
The chief of police had lnttructed p.
plcemen to invesllpuie the Popp- is.
The Peppers said lliey had been
frightened by the demnnds of the po
lice, who, they believed, were hoi;! cp
men. The police Hay they found p.o'.h
I11K to KiibHlamiate dunces mud.: in
a letter which prompted tuo inve.-uij-.a-tiuu.
Hadley Paroles Jasprr Ccunty :.
.lefTeiKoti City. Oov. lladloy t.
ed a parole to J. H. Illce, lm
convicted In Jasper cmnny for
leciii.g money due him by il.,e aid ot a
rliutjuin and was aen'eneed to ;itc
to yeaiij in the pe'iitenti;iiy. Hit
had served one year. Hlce'r. o (Tens'!
v.iiM committed at a iiino when his
wife and three children were ii; real
need of food, Medicine and clo iiiinr
Ills wife, then 111 of tiibereuli s'.-i. has
I since dh'U. lilce was parolod to (J. U.
Uaitlay of Joplin.
Frat Men Low In Grades.
Columbia. The social fraternity
members of the student body at the
University of Missouri are still behind
tho student body as a whole in scho
lastic attainments, according to the
report of the faculty committee 011
statistics. Based on the grading sys
tem devised by Max Meyer, professor
of psychology, the frat men rank 92.8
against 9C.7 for the nonfrat men. Co
eds in sororities rank P8.8. against
105.8 for the nonsororlty girls.
Judge William Clancy Dies.
Butte, Mont. Judge William Clan
cy, 70 years old, famous as the "Big
Heinz Judge" during the memorablo
copper war between F. Augustus
Heinze and the Amalgamated Copper
company, is dead from injuries caused
by a fall downstairs, resulting In a
blood clot upon the brain. Clancy
was known in early life as the boy
mayor of Kdlna. Mo., where later, as
county attorney, he Bnt six county
officials to sfatet's pii:;on.
Grange Meeting Lures Miaourians.
N'annibal. .Missouri will send a bis
representation to the National Orange
association at Spokane, Wash., ac
cording to C. Q. Haino, of Canton, sec
retary of the executive committee of
the National Grange. Itaine Is ar
ranging for a special train from Chi
cago tor Spokane November 9, to car
ry the delegates from this part of the
country. The convention will bo held
November 13 to 22.
Hannibal Man Inherits $20,000.
Hannibal. Continued correspond
ence with his uncle for several years
was such a friendly relationship that
Ralston Marshall of this city has
fallen heir lb $20,000, the bulk of the
estate of his uncle, Isaac Marshall, I
who died recently in California. Mar- j
shall Intends to visit California soon t
to claim the estate. !
Celebrate Fiftieth Anniversary.
Wellsville. Between 800 nnd 1,000
persons attended tho fiftieth wedding 1
auulversary celebration held at the
home of Mr. Bnd Mrs. Frank lnglo
man. Mr. and Mrs. liigleman were
born In Hanover, Germany, where
they were married In 1S62.
Girls to Aid Football Rooters.
Columbia. Girls In the five soioil
ties at the University of Missouri will
sell "Old Guard" buttons to Tiger fol
lowers to raise money t send the
cadet band, thu yell leaders and the
chairmen of mass meetings to the
Kansas game Thanksgiving day.
Springfield Has Baby Show.
Springfield. Harry Durst, Jr., son
of a local attorney, received first prize
at a baby showe here lu which 2S0
babies were entered. Others who re
ceived high votes arc Thomas Moore,
Margaret Fagg and Hortense Ralney,
Mrs. Josephine Sjhwarzer Dies.
Washington. Airs. Josephine
Schwarzer died at the age of 75 years.
She was the widow of the late Fruns
Schwarzer, who died in 1904 and who
had a wide reputation, as a zither'
Woman Finds Brother Dead.
Montgomery City. George Harvey,
aged about 60, was found dead at his
home near Jonesburg. Neighbor
think be died of nati ral caurep. He
lived -with his slsteer, who found the
Sheibina Banker Is Dead.
Shelbina. Chester K. Dickerson, 56
years old, died of paralysis. He w&
a son of former Sheriff John Dicker
son. He had been cashier ot the
Bank of Shelbina since 1873.
Irondate Man Crushed in Mine Mill.
lrondale. Thu body of Arthur Hum
phrey of lrondale, who was killed in
a mine will at Rnncagua, Chill, on Au
gust 4. arrived here. Humphrey wae
crushed to death by falling rock when
he fell into an ore bin.
Paya Taxat Fiftieth Time.
Fulton. S. A. Scholl, 75 years old,
a farmer of ReadBvllle, Calloway coun
ty, paid annual taxes for the fiftieth
time to County Collector U. K. Fisher,
at Portland. Mr, ScIkiII has all bin
tax receipt en file at his uoinu.
ON THE NERVES'
Many who suffer from back-ui
and weak kidneys are unnafm ,
Irritable, fretful and nervous '
only docs conBtnnt baekacli" -v
on the nerves", but bad hidings ,
ti eliminate all the uric acid f,,,
the system, and uric acid Irrii o,
the iierveB, keeping you "on i
and caualng rheumatic, tifiiraV
pains. Donn's Kidney Pirt
these ills by curing the kldn.V
Mm. J Ilnnl lOfi.
rih u. Kin rtinld. In ,
p. its: 'Knr Thirty
Ti-uml surtrrrl f iviii
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liiul iiovitii biirK-
lli ll, hini1:ii-li-S
iiti l illrry ft in n Ml fM .
liif Itliitm fciimlBO h - S'i" -.
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"I nnirt'n K 1 1 n a y L4 i
Pllli .-iinil montn-n t
-iT)rilpni! rlsn ' .i
fill I I. I iinnui. '
p-.i,. tbein too
Fa try r
Cot Don' t Anr Drug Sture
. S"t II,
Important to fiercliaiits
Why luil Inijirnri ynnr itfllrirv -.f . ,,
I HKO l.VK) lb. delivery Irtn-lt. It ,
t75e.H0. Write lr our kW;.i ( ......
Kardsl! Motor Car Comply,
4150-56 Olive Street, St. Louis. V
j If we could seo ouisiUes ,:
ko us we-wouldn't bellevo It
Dr. I'ieroo's l'cliws, Fmit',1, mi.-eai-y
to tnkn us ciunlv. reul:Oe mi l :
CUiinui'li. livri'unil liwpls. 1 . n .I :-i
"Why nrc you so miseia! I
"You give up too eusil;. .
you get a grip?"
"It's tho other way. Tl:
"Dien et Mon Droit" Hod ,1
Right" the royal niotu o! ;:
was tho parole of the cl 1 y go.
Richard I. Ihe of the Llo , I!,
his army at the battle 1 r;.
Fiance, on tho 20th cf Si v!
JlfiS, when the French (.i-my -.
nally defeated. Dleu 1 1. M ;
appears to have, been first :
a motto by Henry VI., !!::" It'
per Idem "Always the Sua
one of the mottoes ef (. -belli;
also adopted byi;i:i
tin J Anne.
Husband (holding up a 1 1 of bills!
Hero's the devil to pay.
Wife (sweeth ) Don t !-' hi: 1 v or
ry you. You can sen!" with '.im
"PROUlJ AND CLAD"
Because Mother Looked So Vv'sd
After Quittin3 Coifs?.
An Ohio woman w.-..
traded Willi coffee ti;
Like thou Hinds of oil'
caffeine in coffee was
steadily undermining le r '
system and interferin.; v. .''1
digestion of food. (Tea i j 1
Jurlous as coffee. becaue 1
caffeine, the poisonous tin - ic
"For 30 years." she writ -v. '
used coffeo. Have alaa In 1
ly had heart trouble ami di
with ulcers in stomach an 1 c-
bad, sometimes, I was ;.!.' '
tracted and could hardly ov a
for a week.
"t rntild tint leen for in I've 1.-'.
and when I would lie h n a
I'd belch up coffee nnd 1 ' '
would troublo me. It was iik,
in me. I was thin only wok-!
lbs., when 1 quit coffee and i" '
"From the first day thai 1 ' '
and burning in my stooai -h s. " , ,;
I could elccp lis poundly as
and, alter tho first month. ' ,r
I met any friends they wuh! : '
what was making me so J . ! , ..'
looking so veil.
"Sometimes, before I colli!
quick enough, one of the s I.i. '
my husband would cay, 'Wh i
what Postum !h doing for ii-:
were all so proud and glad
"When I recomnf-ui! ii
I always tell them to fe(i
tions lu making Pontine, a--good
to taste If wo;.!;, b."
It ls 'lie flavor Mel i
color." Name give:, by 1' '
Battle Cr-elc. M h. (
Pend the little book. "
Wellville," In pligf. "Tl'.' 1 '
Kvrr rt-aiJ ihr ahnve Irin i ?
one ntilwnra from lime ' """" ',,,....,,,
ne craulae. Irur. nod fu.l f Huim"
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