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0EO. P. HUCKKBT J Editor an
KANNIBIl. HUCKEDT f Fublisbsrs
RICH HILL MISSOURI
A Pennsylvania postmaster has tout
hi mind. Lou of lilUe things get
lost In the malls.
A New Jersey milkman wsi
drowned in his well. A horrible ex
ample to lie trade.
It It a wast of time to argu with
an angry tornado. Avold.lt entirely.
lt It have ita own way.
"What makes the plain girl pretty t"
k the Philadelphia Inquirer. JSnff
netlsro and twilight, sometime.
"An honest man." says a Tammany
organ, "Is the noblest work of God."
It prints the item in Ita joke column.
A scientific analysts has shown that
Chicago restaurant keepers make
lemons, butter or eggs. How Ingeni
ous! Jim Jeffries bequeaths the cham
pionship to Fitzslmmona. and the
usual attempt will be made to break
It Is not believed that an Injunction
printed In the largest type would have
the slightest effect on a determined
Says the observant Boston Globe,
"The grass Is com ins up fresh and
green this spring." Unusual, but not
The ocean claimed Its own when
Miss Jennie Crocker accidentally
dropped $25,000 worth of pearls Into
It Is thought that the latest racing
automobile, now In New York, may
be able to go a mile In thirty seconds
but not on the public roads, e
An eminent neurologist having
declared that men are being killed by
"wine, women and worry." a lot of
men will promptly try to cut cut the
Panama mosquitoes are represented
as being unusually fierce and vorac
ious. It will be a waste of time to try
the effect of benevolent assimilation
Minnesota's census bureau warns Its
enumerators that women cannot be
compelled to give their age. Does the
bureau think it has discovered some
"Poverty," says Mr. Carnegie, "Is
priceless heritage." Tes, and It Is
within reach of nearly everybody,
even though It Is not marked down
Secretary Teft," says . the New
York Tribune, "can take his ease now
In a hammock." It is to be hoped that
the man who puts tt op will be care
ful about the ropes.
Note from the diary of the amateur
gardener: "May i". Not up yet; per
haps I planted them too deep. The
good book, however, said two Inches.
But I am pretty heavy."
Nine out of every ten servant girls
la Germany have money in the banks
We might say In passing that the ser
vant g'rl has the only sure get-rlcb
quick scheme on earth.
A New York court has decided that
marriage contract entered Into three
years ago by an opera singer and a
lawyer is null and void. Now they
will not have to get divorced.
There must be money in prtvate
lite. Russet Sage has announced his
Intention of retiring to private life.
There will be when Russell Stg
The Chicago woman who Is to have
SIN) a month alimony. een If she
marries again, will probably not have
10 advertise In any of the ms'rimonlal
Journal1) for the purpose of finding
Psyshe exacting president of Trin
ity college. Hartford, "Any man who
makes money that represent another
man's loss Is a brigand." Then brigand
Is s milder term than has been bare-
Aa automobile ran away in Port
land, Maine, the other day and smsah
ed itself to pieces without having kill
ed anybody. Its makers should not
omit this fsct from the next adver
tisement they prepare.
Some New York people who recent
ly seed Thorns W. Uimg fur f J5
000 have Just raid Mm flLOon to call
It square. They are probably con
vlnred now that there Is something
more than wind In frtnried finance.
Hon. Edward Atkinson boldly Tt-
neas bis asirrtlon that $(15 a year is
enough for a woman to dress on. Hut
If any woman In the United States
dresses on that sum there U only oi:s
reason fvr it. She can't raise more
A Connecticut man who ti ll down
stairs and broke both bis legs finds
row that he is getting well that hi
rheiimntism. from wwleh he bad luf
f-red for twenty years, baa left htm
The new rare is too violent, however,
BIG JAP VICTORY
RUSSIAN lUFFERED HEAVY LOSS
IN NAVAL BATTLE.
TWELVE VESSELS ARE LOST
Toklo Remains Silent . No Statement
From the Mikado's Government
Concerning the Outcome of
TOK10. (Monday) It Is officially
announced that. Admiral Rojestven-
sky'a fleet has been practically an
nihilated. Twelve war vessel have
been either sunk or captured and two
transport and two torpedo boat des
troyers have been sunk.
NAGASAKI. The Japanese fleet
sunk the Russian battleship Borodino
and tour more warships and a repair
TOKIO. Tke Japanese fleet en
gaged the Baltic squadron Sunday af
ternoon In the straits of Tsushima,
whioh was held, the cannonading be
ing heard from shore.
A cablegram to the New York Press
from a special correspondent, under
date of Sunday. May 28, at 10 a. m.,
from Toklo. says:
History was made at the entrance
to the Sea of Japan yesterday and Is
being made to-day In the greatest
naval battel of modern times. While
some of the main results were known
In Tokio Inst night and the evening
papers were permitted to issue extras
containing the bulletins made public
by the impediul navy board, the Toklo
government, for reason of national
security, has prohibited the transmis
sion of any new by cable that will
Indicate the results so far achieved,
and thia censorship applies equally
to the ministers of the foreign powers.
"I am permitted to say at four o'
clock in the morning the scout ships
cf Rear Admiral Kataoka reporter! by
wireless telegraph the approach of the
Russian Baltic squadron from a point
north of Uku Island, at the southerly
entrance to the Straits of Korea. At
sunrise the Russian battle ships were
off the promontory of Harado, the
cruisers in the center and the three
coast defence ironclads on the west
ern line. At 10 clock in the morn
ing they were west of the island of
Iki, which Is the eastern channel
through the Korean straits Into the
Sea of Japan.
"Iong before that period the Jap
anese fleet had been called from Its
several stations near Tsu islands,
which seperate the eastern form the
western channels at the north of the
Japan aea. What happened thereafter
during the entire day and Into the
night, and what tho story is this
morning. It Is not permissible to re
late. Even those bulletin made pub
lic by the Imperial navy board may
not be transmitted by cable."
Germany's Rebels Crushed.
BERLIN. After many day of
anxious suspense comes the good
news that the end of tke West African
insurrection Is in sight. German
troops have defeated the two half
breed leaders, Henry Wltboar and
Jacob Moran. After battle which
raged four hours, the united Hottentot
and Herrero forces were driven Into
British territory, where they wero
disarmed by the British constabulary.
American at the Royal Ball.
LONDON Princess Heary of Bat-
tenburg gave a grand ball at Kensing
ton palace to celebrate the debut of
her danghter. Princess Ena. The "00
guests included King Edward, the
Prince of Wales and many other royal
personages, and the diplomatic corps.
Mr. Choate, tbe American ambassador,
and Mrs. and Mis Choate were
He Brcks th Naval Rtcord.
VAI J.KJO. CAU Kempstehorn
Scott, an apprentice on the torpedo
boat, Preble, broke the American navy
record with six pound gun. When
tbe Preble was moving at the rate of
ten knots Scott struck the target.
distance of l.(K0 yards, nineteen limes
out of twenty-one shots.
Vermont Woman Slayer Must Di.
MONTKPKLIEK. VT. Mary A.
Rogers, convicted of tbe murder of
bt-r husband, Marcus Ropers, will be
banged Friday. Her petition fur a
new trial denUJ by th supreme
court and there is no future bop of
saving her life.
Piu to Congratulate Prlncs Frederick.
HUM UN. The pope, according to
the Berlin Germanla, a Catholic organ,
will send a legal with the pontiffs
congratulations to lb wedding of
Crown Prince Frederick William and
the Duchess Cecilia of Mecklenburg
Bchwerio. Sir Thomas Upton os Invaded
Paris. He has opened a store in the
Place d 1 Opera.
No Action en Federation.
FORT WORTH. TEX. The South-
ca Presbyterian general assembly ad-
lourned Thursday without having
tak n a voto on the rsueatlon of fedcr
!.i !li other branches of tbe Pres
byterian church. ,
Sunk An Anatriasss Ship,
TOKIO News has teen received
here that Admiral Ro)etvnsky's fleet
sunk an American steamer off tr
mrisa aJMiut MXiy 11. The uune of th
ttettTww b usAan. ilvr crw waa
TO SEND RACK 100 JAPANESE
Th American Ambassador Arranging
to Assist Settler In Russia.
8T. PKTERSUCim. Ambassador
Meyer I arranging for th return to
Japan of another party of Japumos
settler from th depths of Siberia.
The Japanese, to th number of about
a hundred, bv been o far from civ
ilisation and th ordinary means of
transportation that It was Impossible
to repatriate them with their com
panion last autumn. Th American
embassy Is also arranging for the
rrlcnse of th doctors and other non
combatant from th colony of prison
er of war In Medvld, province of
ANOTHER BANK IN
OHIO HAS FAILED
BARBERTON. OHIO. Th First
National bank of Barberton ha been
closed upon the recommendation ol
the national bank examiner, Mr. Al
bertson, who found between $40,(K
and 0,000 doubtful paper, consisting
mostly of long time notes, which. It
Is asserted, was carried contrary tc
the national banking laws. Much ol
this paper was against the Barber
ton pottery company, which went InU:
bankruptcy this wevk. A plan wat
on foot to merge tho bank with the
Barberton Savings Bank company
and O. C. Barber, the match magnate
had made an offer to take over Ci(
bank's affairs, but this, it is said, wat
rejected. The former deal Is still on
however, and may go through yet, th
bank being absorbed by the Barber
ton Savings Bank company. Tbe bank
had deposit and account ainouutlii
NO BOYCOTT BY THE CHINESE
A Misunderstanding on the Part ol
th Celestials, Rockhill Says.
CHEFOO. W. W. Rockhill. who ha!
succeeded Mr. Conger as Amerlcac
minster at Pekin, arrived here or.
board the cruiser Baltimore, on th
way to Taku. Ha Is accompanied
by hi family..
Mr. Rockhill said he was informcc
at a conference with Chinese at Slian
ghal that It developed that the storlei
given wide circulation by the Orienta
press to the effect that the Chlnes
were contemplating a boycott or
American goods as a retalation against
Chinese Immigration, were the result
of a misunderstanding. The Chines
had apparently believed that such
legislation wa about to be enacted.
VICTORY FOR MAYOR
WEAVER IN GAS DEAL
PHILADELPHIA. The United Gai
Improvement company ha wltbdrawt
it offer to advance the city 25 mllliot
dollars In consideration of an exten
alon of the lease of the city gas work
This Is the outcome of the conference
between Durham, Seger. McNlcholi
and President Dolan of the United
Gas company Saturday. President
Dolan sent a letter to President Ran
sley of tbe select council and President
McCurdy of the common council. It
which be said that tbe United Gas Im
provement company would wltbdra
Its bid. Mr. .Dolan said:
"Tbe manner In which the wholi
subject has been treated Induces th
belief that the community is op
posed to any extension of the gat
lse on any terms. This being sc
this company Is unwilling to accept
the ordinance which has bwn passed
or to enter Into any contract what
ever with the city looking to anj
variation of the terms of the present
lease. The Unlt1 Gas Improvement
company therefore begs respectfully
to advise councils that, for the reason
atated above, should the peadlnt
crdiunce become a law It will not b
acceptei by It.'
Killed By a Bomb.
BAKU, CAUCASIA. The governor
of Baku, Prince Nakachldza, was a
sasslnatcd at 3 o'clock Wednesday by
a bomb which was thrown at his car
riae. A lieutenant who wa accom
partying the governor and a bystander
alio were killed by tbe explosion and
the coachman Is believed to have
been faulty Injured.
To Us sa.200,000 In Antwerp.
BRUSSELS. A bill has been sub
mitted to th Belgium parliament
providing for th complete reorgani
sation of the defense of Antwerp at
a cost of 151,60.000, and for harbor
worka, wblcn will Increase shipping
facilities, at a cost of I36.CUO.OO0.
Wa a Missouri Pacific Man.
8T. PAUL. MINN. J. O. Pattee
for several year master mechanic ol
th Great Northern railroad, I dead
from th effects of a fall down the cel
lar steps of his residence. Mr. Pat
tee recently cam to St Paul from St.
Ioul. where he ss superintendent
of motive power for the Missouri P
No Second Term For Douglas.
BOSTON Governor William I
Douglas announce Saturday that he
will not be a candidate for r lection
in Novr-nlwr. His reasons are that
hi business affulrs require all hi
tluin and that ha has lo tuste for
A 6tntshi's Fast Trip.
NEW -YORK. The steamhlp CaJa
dimia, which arrli-4 from (11a now and
Movllle, average? swniteert knot an
Uour aud beat uh farmer roeord tat
PLAfIS TO MURDER
PLANS EVIDENTLY LAID TO KILL
SIX MISSOURI PEOPLE.
BAND OF YOUNG OUTLAWS
Th Discovery of Oynamit Followed
..th Murder of th Sheriff Th
Spaugh Brother Still at Lara
nd Posse Is Out.
IRONTON. MO That a well defined
conspiracy to kill four city and coun
ty officials and Ell 1. Ake. editor of
the Iron County Register, and to begin
a career of outlawry has been formu
lated by a gang of from twelve to fif
teen men of this place, at the head of
whom were the Spaugh brothers, Wil
liam and Arthur, Is now the belief of
a great majority of the residents of
The discovery of four sticks and
three half sticks of dynamite In the
Spaugh barn. In the rear of the house
In which Sheriff Folk wa killed
Thursday afternoon, was not the first
Indication tbat such a plot was being
hatched. Threats had been made
many times by the young men, whose
every move Is now constantly watched,
aealnst the lives of Mayor William R.
Edgar, Sheriff John W. Polk, the city
marshal and deputy sheriff, Mr. Mar
shall, the county clerk, William
O'Neill, and Mr. Ake.
The threats were not considered
seriously until the killing of Sheriff
Folk and the flmlni? of the dynamite.
Several feet of dynamite fuse dleov.
ered In the Spaugh house on the same
day confirms the belief that the dyna
mite was being held In readiness for
ome movement by the gang.
NEW UNION DEPOT
FOR KANSAS CITY
CHICAGO E. P. Ripley, president
of tte Santa Fe railway, said Wednes
day afternoon that the railroads bad
practically agreed to build the new
Kansas City Cnion depot at Twenty
second Street and Grand avenue The
agreement he said, was contingent
only in the matter of getting an agree
ment with the city In regard to cross
ings and the vacation of streets.
Mr. Ripley said that tbe only thing
that could now prevent a Union depot
of all of the lines I- the present depot
company on the Belt line. Is failure to
make the necessary arangements with
the city and a "hold up" for the reality
tbat will be needed for the depot build
ing and yards.
For a Territory Inttrurban.
GUTHRIE. OKLA. Th Colonial
Construction company of Oklahoma
ha been chartered with a capital
lock of f 100.000 to build an interurbaa
electric railroad from Oklahoma City
to Sulphur. Springs, I. T, by way of
Lexington, Ok la. The directors ar
E. P. Shears. Dallas, Tex : W. J.
Reld. Noble. Okla; J. 8. Uttle. E. J.
Keller, F. W. James. Ceorge M. Tacue,
H. A. Hawk. Lexington. Okla
A Pistol to Fight Motorist.
IjONDON. The Murquls of Queens
berry pp''ed to the police court to
ask whether he could carry a revolver
as a protection from the motorist who
made hazardous the crossroads near
which he lived. The magistrate re
plied that he could legally carry a
pistol if he seeured a license. The
marquis applied for a license. The
magistrate Is holding the application
Murdt's His Aged Mother.
SACRAMENTO, CAl Chr! Chris
tianson who a few days ago was re
leased on parole from an Insane asy
lum, murdered hi aged mothor by cut
ting her throat. Ijiter Chrlsttanwon
shot himself and cut bis oo Uiroat.
His dead holy was found In his bar
John Hay Not to Visit Berlin.
IlKHUN , ChaifVmajai Tower,
ambsssador wo Germany, called on
Chancellor Von Huelow with a mesa
to the chsncellor from H--rMary
Hay, who regretted that he found him
self unable to corne to Berlin. Mr.
Hay desired Mr. Tower lo express his
compliment to th chancellor and
say that only by the advice of his phy
slcians had he given up bis Intention
to make a personal call upon th chan
Bay Kills Companion.
OKLAHOMA CITY. O. T.-It Is re
ported her from Erlrk. O. T., that
Emory Curwy, 1 year old, shot
and killed Arthur Bull, aged 30 year.
They had quarreled over a dH. Corsey
has left the country.
Rock Island Wrack In Oklahoma.
CUYMON, OK. A Rock Island
freight train ha been wrecked here.
Eleven care were dltrU-d and one hun
dred and fifty yards of track torn up.
No one was injured.
A $350,000 South Dakota Fir.
LEAD, 8. D. Tke lare nulling and
cyanide plant of the Horseshoe Mm
Ing company. In Terry, four mile
from Iead. burned Thursday. The
fire started In the lime bins and from
thovu spread to the mill bnlMfng.
Zieglcr's Fortune to His Adopted Son,
NOItOTON. CON;. At William
teller's home Hmi void that th
adopted son of thi mrrTkiaatnj U really
a bbrol relatsv apd that Mr. &lTler
ha Ixft hra flu) UaTk sua grea'i-
WALKED WITH A BROKEN NECK.
A Chlcag palntar HsId HI Hd In
CHICAGO Benjamin Qulnrtle. a
painter, fell from a building and broke
his nTn. II then walked a mllo and
one half lo bis home, although he was
compelled to hold Ma head in his
hand for th en '.Ire distance. When
he rvarhed hi house hi wife sent
for the police ambulance and Qulnette
waa taken to th county hospital. The
doctor at first refused to bellev that
he had walked th mil and half, but
It wa found to be true. When anker!
If his neck did not trouble him during
his walk Qulnette replied:
"My head felt pretty heavy and I
had to hold It with my hand to keep
It from falling over. Th man' In
juries are expected to prove (aul.
BIG SANTA FE
CJIICAGO. The Lantry Sharp Con
trading company of K&nsas City have
been awarded the contract for con
structing the great Belen cut-off which
will save the Santa Fe railroad twelve
hours time between Kansas City and
the Facific coast, do away with a 7,000
foot elevation over the Glorletta and
Raton mountains In New Mexico.
thcreb saying the cutting of trains
In two, and change the route of the
Santa Fe main line through the state
of Kansas, causing the turoueh trains
to go by ay of Wichita, Wellington
and Texlco Instead of by way ol
Hutchinson and Colorado, as at present
The estimate cost of the work It
tm.ooo a mile, or tfi.lW.oeo for 10i
miles, the distance of the cutoff from
Texlco on the stste line between
Texas and Mexico to Willard, N. M.
at the crossing of the Santa F Cen
tral. The stork of grading la to begin
FOR FEDERAL INSURANCE LAWS
An Ex-Assistant Attorney Genera
Spoke Befor Underwriters.
NEW YORK. At a dinner given b
the Life Underwriters' association ol
New York, James M. Beck, former
ly assistant attorney general, spokt
for supervision of the life Insurance
companies by the federal government
Instead of the various governments, at
at prestnt, and predicted thai tth
would soon come to pas.
NEW DATE FOR
A PERJURY CASE
JEFFERSON CITY. Judge Davis
granted John A. lx a continuance ol
his perjury case to Jun II aud th
cas waa set for (rial on that date. Thi
fitnesses were all Instructed by th
Judge to be here or attachment woulc
be Uued for them.
When the county circuit court met
Wednesday morning Attorney Josepr
Barton for I-ee made an appltcatlot
for a continuance on the ground that
I. M. George of Kussellvllle, a wltnesi
for the defendeot, was out of the stall
and could not get here. Th applies
tlon aa made orally. Judge Davit
required th application to be mad
In writing. George waa a member o'
the 1M3 grand Jury that heard lc'i
testimony concerning the connectloi
of Senator Farrls and Senator Smltt
with the bribery tleaia and hi testl
atony is regarded as important to llu
defendent. Tbe desired mitness Is It
Hot Springs, Ark., with his brother
who Is 111.
Piu Denle Allcgd Rtmsrks to Brlgg
ROME. The Orservator Romano
the Vatican or run, denlt tbe state
r.n-it tbat In an Interview with Prof
Ctiarle Ilrlggs, the American clergy
man and author, tho pope expreec
his intention to modify, the rules ol
th congregations of the Index ami
of the Inquisition or tbat. In refcrrini
to the rase of 1'ope Pius IX's salluhus
he obserred tbat Catholics might dl
agree with various propositions con
tamed lo that document, despite lit
high authority, without becoming lew
To Try Casolln Motor Car In Ka
OMAHA. Th first of th six gas
(line motor (ars IxiiKlln. y tb
Union Pacific will be sent to June
Hon City, Kas.. to be urn-il tn handling
passenKer traffic between (hero ant)
llellevllle, a few miles away. This
I believed to be the first gasoltnr
motor ear to k used In handling sub
urban passenger traffic. The eiri
Hunt ll lie watched with keen In
(crest by railroads.
Rsturnsd 2t Indictment.
AN.ARKO. OKIJ. Th grand
Jury ha finished It work and ad
Journed. The grand Jury had Ih-s in
session thirteen dsys, heard and
pamed upo seventeen cases lu refer
enre to violation of the laws of lb
United States and returned ulue In
dlctments. It luvestlgatt-d twenty
four territorial canes and returned
Railway Companies Ready to 811
CH ICAGOV Representatives of the
Chicago street railway companies de
dared their w.lllngtiess to sell their
traction properties to tbo municipal
liies. The value to b uced upon
the 'hues and th term of vale wee
mad matters fur future Consideration
London H Nw Theatsr.
U)NIKiN The new Waldorf thv
aire Hi AHwyrh tins ben opened
iMil r tbe management of the Shubotrt
firm t NVw York, by an Italian opus
EVERY WALK IN LIFE.
A. Bote, a farmer, llvtua Uir
nd a halt
mile from t
In my kid- .r
ork on ac
count of tb
aching In my
bark and side. For a tlm I wa ia
abl to walk at all, and every make
shift I tried and all th medicine E
took had not th slightest effect. Mr
back continued to grow weaker until
I began taking Doan Kidney PHI,
and I must say I wa mora than sur
prised and gratified to notice the back-
acb disappearing gradually sntll It
Dean's Kidney pills sold by all deal
er or by mall on receipt of prlc. &
cent per nox. Foster-Milburtt Co
Buffalo. N. Y.
. Th Main Cnanc.
"Iefs go over and can Cn the Crecna
tonight," remarked Mrs. Fox, aa th
evnlnB threatened to drag.
"I don't care to go there unless we
have an Invitation," replied her hus
"But why not?"
"Because they wouldn't have a lunch
ready If tbey didn't know we were-
Catarrh Cannot B Cured
Wltb tOCAL APPLICATION" w tbr mum fw
tlliii tl.. M IB &rr lo rur, ft g-K.i
trtrnl reRKHef. H:i ewrrb l rl tkr Im
traH. s, t 41rv. or t-m ir Shit.4 t4 wiet-
arfnrtk. II n ' Cetarrb mi-v ! M a 44-a N.r.M
Cls. tl wm Brmcru4 bf tpt is pt.!-i.
I taw r.u'r lor yrr artd i a rM:ar f.r. r mh
tt t ro-4 at K.ta fonirt Saa nkltrt
vlibu lM m f1 . .-i!nf d t f Mi is
frit o-u ai-fiKM. Tha p9rf--t f.rb'ttt. i f
'T4rtif U SI pnrfn aarS oaflTful r
siu la caras rat.-.b h.r4 r 1 UitiiK!i fpa.
la Uauaaal fula l
Might Work Up to It.
Westerner Do you people here cr
lously tbiuk of offering the mayoralty
of youd city to President Roosevelt
fter bis term Is over.
New Yorker Certainly. Why not?
If he makes a success a President we
ought to show him some substantial
recognition of it. oughtn't we!
Nordy Well, that was a great
victory th people won yesterday ln
Butt I'm a little rusty oa th
news. What was the issue?
Nordy Municipal ownership of air
M'.ss Amendt, who Is said to rerelv
1 1 J. 000 from lb Equitable Insurance
cess pan y as au assistant to a vie
president, Is between thirty and forty
Lacking tn Eaprinc.
"Somebody who call hlrtiK If Prof.
Trent, claim that Daniel Defoe. bo
wrove 'Koblnaon Crusoe.' wa the
greatest liar tbat ever lived."
"I gues th professor never snet
on of our expert campaign llara."
Where the Money Go.
"Why do RfHinderly' children look
so shabby and hungry?"
"I can't account for It. He' a darned
"Ah, tbat account for It."
BOOK OF BOOKS.
Ovr 30.000.000 Publish".
An Oaklsnd Isdy ho has a tat
for guod literature, tells ha( a happy
time she had on "The Road to Well
vt'le " Hh says;
'i drank coffee freely for eight
years before I began to perceive any
evil effects from It. Then I notice J
that I waa becoming very nervous,
and thst my stomach was gradually
losing the power to properly assimi
late a.y food la tlm I got so weak
that I dreaded to leave th house-
for no reason whatever but because of
lb miserable condition of my nerve
and stomach I attributed tke trouble
I anything Is th or 1.1 but coffee,
of course. I dosed ni)Self with medi
cine, maieh In th end would leat
n. In a ot conditio than at first.
I most retihed and discourag
ed -not 30 year old and feeling that
life as a failure!
"I had given up all bop of ever
enjoying myself Ilk other pm.ple. till
one da; I read th lit! I book "Tho
Rood lo Wellvlllw " J i opefcrd luf
iii, aud lugl.t uu a lesson I stall
never fulget and cannot value too
highly. 1 Immediately uult Ike us
of th old kiml of code and began to
driak Pvstuia Food OoAc. I noticed
th beginning of an Improvement la
th ahole too of my system, after
only two days' us of th new drink,
aud lo a very short tluio realised that
1 could go about Ilk other people
without th least return of lb ner
ve dread tbat formerly gave so
much trouble, lu fact my nervous-tet-s
disappeared entirely and h
never rvtarued. silhmuh II Is sow a
year that I have beeq drlnklag 1'oMum.
Food Cuflre. And my stomach Is now
like Iron nothing ran upset It!
"Last week, during ihu lag Con
clave la Rmb Francisco, I was on the
Mo tfciv nad titt.t without tbe sliglil
est fatigue; aad as I Hood In the I in
mcn. trowd watching the great par
ade that kv-ii for hours, 1 ti.oucM
lira:? If, "This slrii.rih I w tin t I'o.
tun Food (VCf.s hs glv me!'"
Nam irtfsa hy Potium Co., Until
Tiwr a swanca
Tbo ftUa hook "The lined t VATV-
kvi s as ji vj 4 r - t r
I V '
veloped ofjif,' fl
quickly tbatJ " ..;!
I waa obliged if . -jf
to lay off ; J H U i A
to tt set rally popular.
aeiy kw fco la vtry fck