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Tho Rich Hill Tribune.
glo. n. dowki.l. Publisher.
The. navy l alway over the fire.
At home It Is roasted and abroad It Is
You liBve probably noticed thst n
heiress never find It necessary to
lake advantage of the leap year priv
ilege A rich niRii ran no doubt get to
heaven, !hi( will It. be heaven when
he. K1 Gore arid rr.".l!zfs thnt he l
Tint nobody can make those foreign
smtomobilists believe thnt the Panama
canal Is half as bad as the ordinary
London and New York are planning
rush hour street curs solely for work
inewomrn an.1 the girls will not mesa
(hem all up with tobacco, either.
Ten thousand dollars lor the exter
mination o( mosquitoes seems a let cf
nvniey, but If the little pests are really
extern. Inated H will be worth it.
If people were as ready to overlook
a minister' shortcomings as they are
to overlook the plate as it goes by.
there would be fewer church rows.
They have found a plesiosaurus In
Chill. This Is in pleasing contrast
with a gTeat many other things which
are being found just now In divers
Nowadays when a prominent man
pots Into the papers it Is an even
thance whether it Is because he is
honored by his country or indicted by
a grand jury.
A Mexican judge is reported to have
FCntcnccd a woman to " six months' fi
Knee." The assertion that Mexicans
are cruel bv nature seems to have
A Kansas City ce:ner,aiian says that
be did not take up smoking until he
was 56. He wisely avoided the chances
of acquiring a bad habit until he bad
reached the age of discretion.
A Puluth man has Jumped lt6 fec-t
on skis. The time may come when it
will be necessary to depict Mercury
with skis Instead of wins on his feet
In order to make hlra ImpressiTe.
A Chicago physician argues that we
should all take at least 20 minulea to
wake up In the morning. Fathers and
mothers can furnish the name of
children who take longer than that.
Kins Menelik of Abyssinia wants
$600,000 to relinquish a strip of terri
tory he haa eelzed upon. Contact
with civilization 13 teaching the un
tutored child of nature the most profit
able ways of doing things.
A Massachusetts hen recently laid
an egg containing a quarter. Evidently
the recent financial stringency has in
duced the tens of tho country to turn
their attention from the political
prophecy line to the money market
Non-secret clubs, to which all the
student are eligible, have been pro
IKMsed in Chicago as a substitute fot
tho secret fraternities In the high
schools. If the pupils have time toi
such distractions, the open club If
Immeasurably superior to the secret
How many young ladie who r&
ceived valentine this year regarded
thera seriously? Lover have out
grown the bashfu'nes of those of a
few generation ago, anil now expresf
their aentiment more directly, even
If In a less poetic manner; and the
ending of valentines la chiefly an
amusement for children to-day.
A bachelor axed S3 year ba Just
died In Indiana, leaving the parting
advice to bla ex that they "don't livo
a batch a I did live." However, the
bachelor who I determined upon a
course of single blessedness will use
the longevity as an argument that the
aforesaid blessedness la rather con
diulve to good health and strength.
Count Hon! on Castellans I said to
have o much respect for bis former
wife that be doe not want any other
man to marry her. It would win
more natural If be claimed to have so
much love for hi former wife' Amer
ican dollar that It make hltn Indig
nant whenever he think of her tec-
ond marriage, which would effectually
cut blm off from a chance of ever re
gaining control of them.
How general ba become the Im
pulse to alleviate the ufforlng of
animal I shown by two recent oc
currence in liotlou. in OLe case a
crowd of everal hundred person
watched for two hours the struggles of
pigeon to free Itself from a string
w hich bad become wound round It leg
and held it suspended from a cornice
Many of the watcher tried to help
and all of them cheered heartily when
tho bird succeeded in freeing lUelf. In
the other case a sergeant of police and
m. nati-olman worked hard for 15 mln
ute to rescue, a cat from a sewer.
A California court ba decided lu
iult for damage that the rights of
pedestrian on public highways are par
mount, and that a uian run down by
'an automobile cannot be accused of
contributory negligence In cot keeping
a sharp lookout, n It I the duty of
the auUilst to keep that lookout. Thla
I very different from the verdict of a
coroner' Jury hero, say the liuitlmore
American, that the victim of a similar
accident a guilty of criminal
negligent- nut leaving the
afreet clear for a speeding autouio-14)'-
LONE CANDlT ON A MAIL CAR.
Bound Two Clerk and
Spokane, Wash. A lone bandit
boarded the mall car on the 'west
bound Oriental Limited, the fust trans
continental train of the Groat North
ern railroad At Homier' Kerry, Ma.,
before daylight Sunday, lionnl the two
tniill oleiks an.1 robbed the mull and
express cars. The robbery was not
discovered ititil the train reached Spo
kane at t):ZO a. m.. more than five
hour after the bandit boarded th
As Rixhi as the men were released
they s.ild that a bandit boarded tho car
at llonner's Kerry, a dlxlsion point
about one hundred miles east of Spo
kane, where the train arrived ftt 4:0t
a. m. The clerks said the bandit held
them up. bound them and went
through the registered mall. He then
said he would work the regular mail
and proceeded to do so.
At all regular stops he threw off
the mall and took the outgoing sack,
though at some of the smaller places
where the train does not stop he did
not throw off the mall. He stayed on
the train for nearly five hours, jump
In? off at the Oregon Railroad and
Navigation junction, two miles east of
BULL FIGHT AT PANAMA.
Wii One cf Amuiemenli Furnished
Torpedo Boat Men.
Panama Lieutenant H. 1. Cone, the
commander of the American torpedo
boat flotilla, and the other officers aui
men, were, delighted with their recep
tion here. Sunday morning the de
stroyers moved up closer to Panama
and are now within the zone limits.
They will be open to visitors every
afternoon from four to six o'clock.
Ail the men of the flotilla are proud
oi tho record which the li'.tie boats
hive made. With tho exception of a
few minor repairs, the destroyers are
in practically the same condition as
when they left the I'liitod States.
Saturday evening the officers of the
feet attended a dance at the Tivoll
club, where they met many of the
prominent people of the city and the
caual zone. There was a baseball
game Sunday between a nine from the
destroyer Stewart and a local team,
and later every man who could be
spared from the boats went to see a
grand bull fight in which both male
and female bullfighters took part
Tyro Bank Robber at Large.
Coffeyville, Kan. At eleven o'clock
Sunday morning three members of the
Ochelata posse came upon the Tyro
bank robbers on the bank of Candy
creek, eight miles southwest of Oche
lata, where they were waiting for an
oil lease cook to get dinner for them.
The posse men were ordered to halt
and throw up their hands. They com
piiea at once, j ne robbers Broke up
the f).sscmen's rifles, took away their
plotols and also one of their horses
and then permitted them to depart un
armed. After dinner the batxlits Red
farther into the Osage hills.
One Killed One Captured.
P.isniarck. N. I). Joseph Iiassunoll
one of the convicts who escaped from
the North Dakota petiiteutiarv here
Friday, was killed Saturday night by
snenii i,ecK oi .McLean countv. In a
pistol duel. A few hours earlier, Al
fred Woolens, the other escaped con
vict. was captured by a posse 13 miles
west of Mandan. The battle in which
Hassanell was killed took place in Mc
Lean county, CO miles from lilsmarck
Threaten Japan With Boycott.
Hong koug. At a meeting in Canton
over the Tatsu Maru matter Saturday
night indignation was shown to be so
strong that If diplomacy falls a boycott
will be organized soon. During the
excitement tne viceroy or tanton re
signed rather than released the vessel
The resignation Was accepted.
Stopped Socialists' Meetings.
i'iiiia(i"jptua. I'a Acting under or
der from Director of Public Safety
Clay, the police Sunday night arotise,l
the Socialists and their follower by
stopping a number of meetings which
were schedule,! to take place. In vari
ous section of the cl: v.
Australian Are Pleated.
MeiiMurne. i ne Australian com
monwealth, officially and generally
bails with pleasure the Information
from Washington that the American
battleship fleet will visit the Anti
podes next July or August.
Reward for Night Rider.
Frankfort. Ky. Gov. Wlilsoti Sun
day nUht offered V ',)( regard fur the
arrest and rouvlctlin of the night
riders who took part In the Woodford
and Scott counties ra'.'is.
Russian Prison Crowded.
St. Petersburg. Chtc'ieglovi toff, the
minister of justice bus asked the
douma for ll.OOO.Oi'O for the enlarge
ment of the ltubs.au prl&ous which are
The Oriental Limited Robbed.
Dutte, iloutaua. Great Northers
officUl have been nolifiud that the
OrieuUI liiultrd, the crack overland
train on the Great Northern system,
was held up near l)!)ini,-r Ferry, 1 J a ,
tally Sunday morning by a lone high
wayman. Moth mall clerk were bound
and considerable amount of mall mat
ter rifled. No attempt was male to
bloir open the safe, according tu the
information received here. No esti
mate U obtainable here as to the prob
able lues, but It U cot believed tu be
WHERE 18 HIS PROTECTIVE ARMORT
ROBBED A KANSAS BANK
Three Masked Men Entered In Day
light and Took $2,500.
itixent Gave Chase and Surrounded
Them Once But They Eacaped
A Marshal Wounded.
Coffeyville, Kan. There were three
ia,ors in the Tyro bank Friday af
ternoon when two masked men of
rotich appearance entered. A third
man remained on guard outside. The
two men inside ordered the bank's
presldeut. Joseph Lcnhart. the book
keeper, Miss flrace liod.-on, and the
Missouri Pacific acent, named Alex
ander, who happened to be in the
bank, to throw up their hands. All
did so at once. One of the bnndits
then leveled a pistol at the three
while the other secured all the avail
able money in sight. The robbers then
retreated out of the front, door. Joined
the third bandit, and the three rode
away towards the south.
At a late hour Friday night the
three bandits who robbej the Tyro
bank were headed for the Osage bills
near Partlesvllle. Ok., with several
posses of r.ltl.ens In pursuit. The
bandits bid for a time In a house near
Wann. Ok., anil gave battle to a posse
which came upon them. Two horses
belonging to the citizens were shot
lown and the bandits escaped. Rolm?
west for a short distance and then
turning f.outh ncain. City Marshal
I,c-e of V;tnii w.m shot through the
hand by the bandit. Posses are clos
ing In on the robbers from every di
rection and It was not believed they
could escnpe. It Is believed they will
lnterceptel when they reach the
Caney river north of Ilartlesville. and
thnt a battle will be fought there. A
special train left Coffeyville Friday
ght for Dewey. Ok., with a hundred
armed men determined to run down
Passed "Billup Booze Bill."
Guthrie. Ok. The house Friday con
curred In the senate amendments to
tho "PIHups Poore Hill" and sent It
back to the upper house with the
emergency clause providing for the
Initiative nnd referendum on the dis
pensary proposition In l!to8 the only
change. The dispensary provision Is
to the eff M-t that a dispensary shall
be establishe! In every town of 1.000
or n ore and that they mnv be estab
lished In any other place In the state
where there Is apparent demand for
one. The emolument to be derived
by the dispensary agent are 10 per
cent of the profits. The state buy
the liquor, adds exH-nse. etc., and
then adds SO per cent as a state profit.
Thaw Answer Filed.
New York Denying the charge of
Insanity and praying for dlsitiinteil of
the suit, Harry K. Thaw, through bl
counsel Friday night, made answer to
F.vcljn Nesblt Thaw' mil for an
annulment of their marriage Thaw'
answer wa delivered to Daniel
O'Reilly, counsel for Mrs. Thaw, who,
after receiving the paper, announced
tlmt the case would be put on trial
calendar In the supreme court next
A Tnaw Divorce.
New York Kvelyn Nesblt Thaw
Wednesday will Institute proceeding
for the annulment of her marriage to
Harry K. Thaw. The action will be
basd on the allegation that the de
fendant was lusano when the union
was contracted. Thaw purposes to de
fend the suit. The paper In the case
will be serve! some time Wednesday
and an early trial I expected. In the
meantime the two, by mutual agree
ment, will remain apart.
Exonerated Or. McFarland. .
Topeka. Kan. The Kansas confer
ence of the Methodist' Episcopal
church Wednesday exonerated Dr. J
T. McFarland of New York, editor of
the Methodist Sunday School Publica
tions, of heretical charge preferred
against him by Dr. George A. Cooke,
member of the Troy conference.
Detroit Get Champion Batter.
Augusta, Ga. Tyrii Cobb, who led
the American leupue last year In bat
ting, Friday signed a contrect for
15,000 with the Detroit club fur 1 SC-8.
vAV t- 1 7'N--w ' w-?
THE LONG VOYAGE ENDS.
Battleship Fleet Arrived at Magdaiena
Bay in Splendid Condition Ready
for Any Emergency.
San Diego, Cal. When the Amerfr
can battleship fleet steamed Thursday
Into Magdaiena bay, passing through
the rocky gateway marked by Sail
Kx-k on the north and Kedondo Point
on the Muith and dropped anchors be
hind the high peninsula promontory
which stretches a protecting arm down
from the main land a':d make Man o'
War Cove the most sheltered harbor
of the lower Pacific coast tho history
making naval cruise of more than thir
teen thousand miles begun at Hamp
ton Roads les than three months ago,
P tactically came to an end. Admiral
Kvans in reporting the arrival of the
fleet to Washington by wireless stated
that the Vessels were In better condi
tion than when they left Hampton
Roads and were ready for any emer
gency on one day's notice.
The Importance of the message from
Admiral Evans is overwhelming. The
eyes of the entire list of naval officials,
practically every citizen of the Cnitel
States and even the entire world were
expectantly awaiting the reports at the
terminus of the long voyage as to the
effects it would have on the hlp
Now that word haa been receive.! that
the entire fleet Is in even better com
dition than at the time it started on
its long cruise the mammoth naval un
dertaking Is crowned with b.jutiliess
The Republican Named Delegates. In
structed Them for Taft and In
dorsed the Roosevelt Policies.
Omaha. Neb. The Nebraska State
Republican convention met at two
o'clock in Hoyd's theater. Without a
voice of dissent, tho candidacy of Wil
liam II. Taft for president of the
I'nited States was Indorsed by the con
vention and a solid delegation for the
secretary will go to Chicago Instructed
to vote for bis nomination first, last
and all the time.
It was a Taft convention from start
to finish, d-spi'.e talk of a division,
and when the question of selecting
delegate at large came up for con-
fideratlon the sla'ed delegation Oov
ernor Sheldon, Senator Norrl Hrown,
Victor Koscwater of Omaha and Judge
Allen W. Field of Lincoln went
through with a rush. The alternate
are A. C. Rankin of Furna county, I
Vi. Harlght of Omaha, Lieutenant Gov
ernor M. It. llopewi-ll of Hurt county
and Paul II. Marlay of Custer county.
The platform was given over prin
cipally to an endorsement of the poll-
cle of President Roosevelt and of
S'-cretarv Taft for president. It fol
lowed closely the line of that adopted
by the Ohio convention and In one In
stance quoted that document wherein
a relsion of the tariff 1 declared nec
essary. Stuto Issues and the adminis
tration of state official also came In
for full approval.
A John Brown Relic Burned.
Iowa City, Iowa John Ilrowu' ant!
quated old wagon In which be made
many pilgrimage during his rrutmdo
Hpalnst slavery, was destroyed by fire
here Thursday, only two charred
wheels remaining as relic of the an
cient vehicle. T he old wagon was
left here by Prowu 4 years ago and
bns been preserved during that time
by Herbert S. Falrall. a pioneer news
paper man of Iowa City.
Gov. Johnson Will Open Headquarter.
St. Paul, Minn Gov. Johnson'
I r. hl lent Ini headquarter will be es
tablished In Cblc.Hgo, and may be ex
tended to Include New York and
To Test a Missouri Law.
Jefferson t 11 y. Mo. I tie supreme
court Thursday issued an alternative
writ of mnndamus against W. D. Van
diver, state superintendent of Insur
ance, to compel hi in to Issue license
to the Prudential. Metrojiolltan and
Kquitahle Life Insurance companle to
do btislnes In the date. The writ I
returnable in court In banc on April 1
The case I brought to test the law
passed by the recent legislature pro
hibiting the licensing of companies
which pay ufneer saiarie of more
than fifty thousand dollar annually.
FAILED 10 AGREE.
After Investigating Brownsville Affray
More Than On Year Senate Com.
mitt Prent Four Report.
Wnshlnutnn. IV C Reports from
the committee on military affair were
presented to the senate Wednesday la
regard to the Investigation of the af
fray at llrow nsvllle, Texas, which re
sulted In the discharge without honor
of three companies of negro soldier
of the Twenty fifth infantry. At the
same time a message was received
from tne pretdont calling attention to
the fact that the testimony taken by
the committee sustain bis poiilon In
discharging the negro soldiers. Ha
recommend extension of (he time for
re-culiHlmelit of the di.-icti.irv d men
who might be found not to fall within
the terms of the order. There were
four rejj irts from the committee, the
majority being signed by Senators
Warren. Lodge, Warner, lhiPont,
Taliaferro. Foster, Overman, Frazier
nnd M.i'reary. A minority report was
signed by Senators Furtker, Scott,
Pulkeley and Hemenway. The major
ity report finds that the shooting was
done by the soldiers but that testi
mony fails to Identify the particular
persons guilty. The principal minority
report takes the position that it was
Impossible to a'certaln who did the
shooting. Senator Foraker'g report
declares the testimony against the
negroes unreliable. A supplemental
report finds It impossible to believe all
the soldiers guilty, either as principals
or accessories and recommends the
restoration to the Innocent ones the
rlgkts which have accrued to them
from years of service.
FLEET AROUND THE WORLD.
Battleships Wilt tncircle
Globe Coming Back by the
Washington. I. C Secretary Vet
calf announced the future mow-menr?
of the f!-et nfter the cabinet tmctlng
Friday. It will h ave Sin Franc's,-
on July r "for our Pacific possessions
ns Mr. Metralf styled It. The vessel
will first touch at Hawaii, where they
will coal. After thnt they wi'.l go to
Samoa, following this up by n visit to
Australia, where they will stop at the
cities of Melbourne nnd Sydnev, the
Invitation of the Australian govern
ment to visit that country having been
supplemented bv a more cordial one
from the Itritlsh ambassalor, Mr.
Ilryce Leaving Australia the vessels
are to go to Manila nnd while In the
Philippines the mi mini fall target prac
tice wilt be held. Thence the r-turn
will be made to the I'nited States by
way of the Suez canal, topping only
at such ports n are necessary for
San Diego, Cul News thnt the
American t attle fleet" Is to un ler-
take a tour of the world within two
months after Its nrrlvnl at San Fran
cisco on Mav ,i. was flashed by w tr-
b-ss telei-rnph to the battleslip of A.l
mlml Kvans" command at Magdaiena
bay late Friday nl -lit bv the govern
ment station on Point I.oma. These
nies.'.aue will be read to the crews of
the Id irhlp-i nt "Quarters" Siturdav
rooruinc. at which time announcement
of the S iez route nnd another round
of friendly vlsl's to hospitable foreign
pTts w III be made.
Pension for an Ed'tor.
Saritnar Ijike, New- York Miss
Helen K. Haines, of HrxKIn. who Is
here for her health, has been notified
that she has been awarded a pension
of $100 a mouth, by Andrew Carnegie
The award was made without her
knowledge. For fifteen jears Miss
Halne has been managing editor of
the Library Journal but has been
forced to resign because of ill health.
Would Declare Morse a Bankrupt.
New York. N. Y A petition nsk
Ing that Charle W. Morse, the former
banker and steamship promoter, be
declared a bankrupt, was filed In the
federal court Friday. The petitioners
are Charles A. Hanna, receiver of the
National Hank of North America, of
which Morse w at one time vice
president; Frank O. Prlngle and Fd
ward 1). Shotwc!!.
Guilty of Capitol Grafting,
Harrlsburg, Pn The Jury In the
first -of the cspltol conspiracy rase
(o be tried gave a verdict Friday night
of guilty a to every one of the four
men who have been on trial lore for
the last seven week after six hour
deliberation There were two ballot
taken, hut the Jury did tint com Into
court until two hours after reaching
Dinner for Pre Association.
Lincoln, Neb William J. Hryan
will give a Jinner to the members o
tne .Nebraska Democratic iTei,s as
Boclatlon on the evening of March .11
In Lincoln, following a session of the
organization raited for (hat date.
Marshal for Alaska Named.
Washington. D. C The presld.
Friday nominated James M Shoup to
be Culled State marshal for th First
division of Alaska.
Th Birmingham Stood Test.
Boston, Mass. The new cout
cruiser Illrmlngham. a product of the
Fore River Shipbuilding company, suc
cessfully fulfilled the second of her
government contract requirement
Thursday by maintaining for four
hour a sliced of 24 Z'i knot au hour la
a run down the New Kngluod coast.
Land Office Rgitr Named.
Washington, D. C The president
Thursday nominated Geo. D. Orner
be register of the laud office at Wood
TEN YEARS OF BACKACHE.
fhouiand of Women Suffer In the
Mrs. Tbiunns IHinti,
U J Vine Ht.. Co-
lumbu, Ohio, says:
"For miMn (ban
year I was la
misery with bark
ache. Tho almplest
ly eihauRted inn. 1
had no atrengtli or
ambition and suf
fered hendacho and
dlir.y spells. After
pain I was despairing
of ever belnii cuttd when Donn a Kid
ney PHI came to my no'lee and their
use brought quick relief and a perma
nent cure. I am very grnteful."
Sold by all dealers, fit) ci nts a box.
Foster-Mllbtirn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y.
She Then you admit thnt you only
marrled me for mv money?
Ho Well. I'm glad you know that
at b ust I'm not a fool.
This Is really Khcutnutifm of th
Muscle of the IOlr.s and la character
ized by a severe, at times, sitonlzing
paia In the .mail of the bark, allow
ing the mffeier scarcely a moment s
test, while the ailment is at Its worst.
It can coaie from cold, exposure to
dralt, from getting wet feet or wear
ing wet or damp clothing. It cause
acute suffering, and If allowed to be
come chronic it may permanently dis-
ble the sufferer. The way to secure
quickest relief la to redden the skin
over the painful part by rubbing with
flesh brush or piece of flannel rag.
and then apply ST. JACOBS OIL by
gentle, friction with the hand.
Good Eye, Cuchuillin!
Who can set bounds to the soaring
Imagination of the Celt? An enthusi
astic New Yorker recently watching- a
game of burling which resemble la
crosse between atalwart team, wa
moved to ask President Conway of th.v
ish Athletic ass.'clutlon how far a
good man could drive the ball.
Well, Pi) tell you." rescinded Mr.
Conway, with a twinkle In his eye that
contradicted lis serious spiech. "In
the good old days when Cm hulllln i
champion of Ireland, the kit.g i.!:d all
the nobility were assembled at the
gn nt panic of Tsittln. Cnchulllln
struck up a hurlov ball Into the sky.
and then walked off to bis pa lllon rod
took a drink of potheen, and strolled
back to the spot lu good time to cat'!;
the ball on bla hurley."' Harper'
A New Woman' Marriaje.
Mrs. Kiinor Gtyn. the F.ngllsli novel.
bit, who attempts. In her little book,
to shock In the French manner. d
rldej tho "'new woman" at a dluner In
"These new women, with their
Clubs and their fierce ctilns," she said,
"make mo think of a conversation I
beard once at a dance.
" 'So your alster, the senior wranR
r.' one girl said to another. "Is very
happily married. I hear?'
"indeed she Is,' the other girl n-
wered. 'She U most happily married.
Her husband daren't open hi tnoutU
In her preicnee.' "
Should Have Steady Nerve.
The nervous stern of th" musician
Is often very sensitive and any habit
like coffee dl Inking may so upset the
iieive a to make regular and necea-
aury dully ptm tlse next to Impot-sible.
"I ptsrt.se from ev-ii to eight bout
a day and study Harmony io hours."
writes a Mich, music student, "l-ant
September 1 wa so nervous I coult
only iHitlse a few mini ten at a time,
and mother said I would have to dioo
my music for a )car.
"This wa terribly dUcoiunglng a
I couldn't bear the thought of losing
a whole year of study, becoming con
vinced that my nervousness was
cuued largely by coffee, and seeing
Postuiii ao highly soken of, I de
cided I would test It for a while.
"'Mother followed the direction
carefully and I thought I bad never
tasted such a dellcluu drink. . We
drank Post urn every morning instead
of coffee, and by November 1 felt more
like myself than for year, and wu
ready to resume my muklc.
"'I now practise a usual, do my
studying and when my day work Is
finished 1 am not any moro nervou
thau w hen I began.
"I cannot too highly recommend
Post urn to mutdcUtis who practise half
a ilsy. My father I a physician and
recommend Pot. turn to bis patient.
Word cannot express tuy appreciation
for this most valuable health bevrr-
gs, and experience ha proven Its
superiority over all others" "There
Nnie giveu by Post urn Co., liattla
Crk. Mich. Head "Tbs Road to
Wiilvlile," lu j,kj.
NOT SO BAD A3 HE