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A. D, MAT IKS1 IN, H. LUTHMt MY,
RICH ITII.U MIHHOCTtL
Keep off treacherous thin Icel
U the real big tick a sugar stiekt
It l time to call In the openwork
It tl also chilly for those who lurk
shelter, food and fire.
Would the use of stovslne make one
Indifferent fa the cold weather?
In making Its students study the
FnlT-erslty of Chicago l setting a no
In running a school or In curing dis
ease the fresh air l IromeasurabV
better than hot air.
Washington should have pur milk
not that It make much difference
to th congressmen.
The. trustworthy goosebone Indl
ratofi an erratic winter. Put are not
all our wlntera erratic?
Tirwitl and Sweden hare signed aa
arbitration treaty. Now all they need
la something to arbitrate.
It la a pity that the white plague
continue! to stalk abroad when there
Is ao much fresh air at large.
The world certainly U growing bet
ter. The numbe of people wbo write
It "Xmaa" Is gradually decreasing.
Having led the world In a tour
around the globe, our navy la now
proposing to lead In development at
Aa the new Chinese minister to this
country cannot speck a word of Eng
lish how In the world la he going to
The Idea of putting In meters to
measure telephone talk la good, but
will It be possible to devise meters
that will stand tbe atraln?
Twice nothing Is nothing, but that
rule does not apply when It comes to
figuring on the temperature that la
twice as cold aa sero.
Cornell university says there are to
be no more babies after 1059 A. D
and dealers tn baby goods will iiave to
tn-ke hay while the stork files,
Philad-'.phia aclentlsts say that the
missing link lifla been discovered In
the cultured chlmpanxee. As an alter
native we suggest the giver of monkey
Kermlt Roosevelt recently killed
two bongoes. We don't know Just what
a bongo Is, but tbe probabilities are
that It Is Just aa fierce a man-eater aa
the yam yam.
An Ohio authority says that drunk
enness is an evidence of Insanity. It
Is quite generally agTeed now that It In
a disease, but we still continue to
treat it legally as a crime.
The Yale alumnus, who offers a re
ward of 1100.000 to the person who
discovers an adequate remedy for tu
berculosis, evidently does not accept
th theory that fresh air la a aure
There Is no doubt tbat when King
Gustave lays down the shipwright's
knife or tbe shoemaker's awl and re
sumes the regal scepter, he will do so
with an Intimate knowledge of Indus
trial conditions which he could nut
have .obtained In any other way.
And now they're claiming In the
east tbat It Is impossible to raise tur
keys on account of a disease called
blackhead, and that the disease is
spread by the English sparrow. Funny,
If oha sparrow spreads It. that it Is
Dot eouituon In the west tbe spar
A Yale graduate has offered a phia
of tlOO.ooo for a cure of consumption.
The reward may stimulate effort, but
In justice to those wbo make It their
li; profession to Investigate disease
It must be siild that tbe ultimate good
to humanity bus proved the greatest
spur 10 scientific discoveries.
The king of Hweden Is getting prac
tical lemons in bard work by going
attiot tn disguise doing odd stunts In
the "way of tool heaving and other la
bor. Like the good Huroun al Kaschld.
th king warns to know, so he goes
about to get Information at flint hand.
And there Is no doubt that he will
accumulate a stock of knowledge ra
ther unnsunl In the experience of a
Mexico stands squarely by the t'nlt
d States In that Zelaya business, says
roy Times. Our sister republic la
entirely aware of the trouble-making
character of the man who Is trying
to run Nicaragua on the dictator
Clan and has a full share of annoy
ance from the conditions In that neigh
boring country. Mexico has learned
What peace, order and material devel
opment nieun and has nn sympathy
lin tbe Zelayan style of cuntanker
. The enthusiast who proposes an au
tomobile boulevard all the way from
'tho Atlantic to the Pacific coasts, with
t road houses every five miles, cureless.
ly omitted to specify a hospital In
aerti d exaotly between road bouses.
v' A punishment to fit the crime was
thaX, indicted on a grocer l a Penn
sylvania town who was compelled to
tut t ggs alleged by a customer to be
at It U sale to say that In future
!- la that town will be sold only in
1 stM of pristine and unimpeachable
FGB A MEXICAN PROTECTORATE
PRESIDENT DIAZ IS CHARGED
WITH THAT AMBITION.
He Is Planning Intervention In Nica
ragua With That End In View
Zelaya Is Urging It.
City of Mexico. That President
lilax meant to establish a Mexican
protectorate over Central America
and may yet attempt It, nml Hint his
action In the Xlcnrngiinn affair was
the first step toward this proposed end,
is now believed. The reason Scnor
Creel's mission to Wuahingtou proved
a failure was that knowledge of tbe
plan a of Mexico's chief was In the
bauds of the Vnlted States govern
ment at the time Creel was dis
patched. According to high authorities here
Mexico Is planning Intervention In the
Nlcaragusn crisis, and has In view a
scheme for the eventual absorption of
all Central America under an election
calling for union with Mexico.
Zelaya Is asserted to be now urging
this scheme upon President Dint and
la said to be backed by the most pow
erful secret cabal In the history of
Central America politics. The enmity
of Diaz for Cabrera of Guatemala, and
th chince the union would afford for
Cabrera's election Is said to form the
lever which Nicaragua's ex-leader is
THE REV. STUCKEY IS GUILTY
A Jury Decides That He Induced a 1ft-
Year-Old Girl in His Congregation
to Co Away With Him.
Ottawa. Kansas. W. M. Stiickey,
the ex-Vllllamsburg minister and
editor, was found guilty in the dis
trict court on both counts of the
charge, of abducting Lorena Suther
land, tho 16-yearold g!rl member of
One count charges abduction for Im
moral purposes. The other count
couples a charge of "white slavery"
It was Just 20 minutes from tho time
the Jury left the courtroom until It
was announced at tho door of the Jury
room that lis verdtct had been
reached. The progress of another trial
in tiie courtroom delayed the render
ing of the verdict ten minutes.
Two ballots were taken, the first
standing 11 to 1 for conviction on both
counts. The penalty is one to five
years on each count.
POSTAL REVENUE ENORMOUS
Figures for the Last Fiscal Year Given
In First Assistant Postmaster
Washington, D. C. According to
the annual report of C. P. Grandliold,
first assistant postmaster general, Just
made public, the gross revenue of the
postal service for the fiscal year end
ed June 30, 11)09, reached the enor
mous to'al of $20."l,nG2.3!3, an increase
of $12,OS3,7J0, or 6.31 per cent over
tbe vrecedliif year. Tho Increase in
the number of presidential postolllces
In his recommendations Mr. Gran
field urges better compensation for
supervisory employes, a 30 day's leave
of absence with pay each year for all
employes In first and second class of
fices, and a retirement fund for su
To Investigate Cost of Livlnng.
Washington, D. C Representative
Adair Introduced a Joint resolution
authorizing tho president of the senate
and the sptaker of the house to ap
point a committee of three senators
and five members of the house to
investigate tho alleged high cost of
living in this country, which is de
clared to be "out of proportion to the
Increase In a?ps, causing great hard
ship to those who work for fixed sal
grles." Webb City, Mo., Marshal Deposed.
Webb City, Missouri Joseph II. Mc
Neill, city marshal of this city. Ins
been demised from office by the city
council because of misconduct lit his
official capacity. Fify seven charges
aero Inclined In the l;ii im-liuo-nt
proceeding. It U alleged that he has
been misappropriating the city's funds
h collect d as lines, releasing prison
ers without authority, neglecting to
arrest persons known to be guilty of
violating the law and to neglecting to
A Priest Changes His Faith.
Kansas City, Mo. Father Johan
Marchcllo, who came to Kansas City
from Sieiiy a a Catholic priest sev
eral months ago, bus become an Epls
copolian. Holds Kansas Druggist Liable.
Topeka, Kansas. The Kansas su
preme court has held that a druKlt
Is liable for damages In a case where
a man died from driuklu alcohol pur
chased a, his store.
The Japanese. Newspapers Disapprove.
Toklo. Japan. The leudlrg news
papers, In their Issues of .Sunday, dis
approve of the acceptance by Japan
of Secretary Knox's preposition for
tho neutralization of the Mnuclmrlan
A Mew Head for Hjskcll.
I.awreme. Kansas. H. J. KUke lias
been apjKiliiWd supertiiti ndent of
Haskell lustltute In this city, sue
cexllng II. . pealrs, who recently
was mado supervisor 1 of Indian
t.UI COIM TO WAIT f OR
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BALLINGER IS GOING TO DIVE
A DREAM OF UNIVERSAL PEACE
SECRETARY KNOX MAKES SUG
GESTION TO OTHER NATIONS.
Sends Circular Note Proposing Estab
lishment of Court of Arbitral
Washington. D. C. "Who shall
lead the world In the world's desire?"
The Culled States government. It is
expected, Is soon to receive definite
and Illuminating answer to that ques
tion from the great powers of the
Secretary of State Knox, something
more than a month ago, took the first
step toward enlis'ing the sympathies
cf the leading nations of the globe fof
a realization of the world s persistent
dream of universal peace.
The concrete proposition made to
the powers by Secretary Knox Is con
tained In a circular note which sug
gests to them an agreement to estab
lish a court of arbitral Justice.
The state department does not main
tain that this proposition, if agreed to
would ot once secure unlvtrsal peace,
but that It certainly heralds the dawn
of the peace of the world.
As explained by '.he officials of the
f.tate department such a court will. If
established, secure to the world at
large a court whose power and func
tions would be to settle all cases aris
ing In peace as will as those Incident
Officials say that they are confident
of favorable answers from a sufticeiit
number for the establishment of such
FRIDAY TOO GOOD FOR THEM
Two Negrces Will be Hanged In Kan
sas City Saturday February 5
Not as Good as Murderers.
Kansas City, Missouri K bruary 5.
four weeks trom next ttafurady, the
two negroes who comuifted the as
sault on Mrs V II. Jackson are to die.
The sentence Imposed by the Jury
will be pronounced by Judge l.atshaw
Friday Is the day usually set for
executions, but Iti-yunlds and Williams
are not tc be placed Iti th clast with
other criminals and must hang another
day thin that reserved f ir murderers.
'I do nut care to desenale the day
by ordi ring these two brutes hanged
on the b'Kul lumping day.'' Jiiilxo l.at
iliaw sal I. "They do not even deserve
to be rl.iM-.cd with the murderer who
must pav the penalty for his crime
with bis life. I' would lie all Insult to
Ihei- men who had at least some
spark of in.iiihood in thilr h. ironic. I
souls to havo such I. rates as theso pot
In their class. They must tile 011 a
day apart even from the murderer."
All In the President's Hands.
Washington, I). C With tl Demo
crats lighting every Inch of the way,
the Mann bill, providing for the ad
ministration of the Panama cn mil
sone and centralizing the government
thereof In the president, passed the
house by a vote of ll'J to lu:'. The
vote was along strict party lines.
For a Syndicate Manchurian Road.
Ft. iVtershurg, Kussta The Kus
slan foreign office has received a litem
orand .111 from the I'tilted States gov
ernment promising, us a solution for
the Manchurlau problem, the neutral
1atloii of tbe railroads In Manchuria
by their sale to China, financed by an
Students to a Press Meeting.
C.duiiiliia, Mo. About fifty stu
!!.' ' in (he School of Journalism
or (ho l'ldversl'y of Missouri will at
tent tho annual meeting of the Mia
son 1 1 Tress association In Jeffersou
fit r, January :! and i'2.
Hog Prices Near the Record.
Kansas City, Mo. Hog prices at
the rtock yards were, the highest paid
hero In -V years and within five cents
a hundred of the record of 1 hfc 2, wlun
tie best lard hogs brough f SO a iiun-Ued
THE RIVf.il TO FLOW BY.
IN AND BREAST THE CURRENT.
THE WIZARD AS A PROPHET
Believes 200 Years From Now World
Will Be a Better Place In '
Which to Live.
New York. Thomas A. Edi
son has taken a peep Into the future
and prophesies that ths world will be
a much better one, particularly for
the poor man, two hundred years from
now. In au lnterv!"w published here
"In 2110 by the cheapening of com
modities, the ordinary laborer will live
as well as a man does now with J00,
000 annua! Income. Automatic ma
chinery and scientific agriculture will
bring about this result. There will be
no manual labor In the factories of
the future. The men employed will
all be superintendents watching the
machinery to see that It works right.
"The work day will be idht hours
or less. It will be work with 'he brnln
done In wholesome, pleasant surround
ings. Less and 1 k s men will be used
as un engine or as a horse.
"The clothes of the future, by tin
way, will be so ctiMip that every
young woman will be able to follow the
fatdiluna promptly, and there will be
plenty of fnMons."
REFUSES LIQUOR "SHIPMENTS
The Missouri, Kansas A Texas Rail
road Will Not Accept Such Business
for Oklahoma and Kansas.
Kansas City, Mo. The Missouri,
Kansas & Texas railroad no lunger
aits as the n-nt of the mail order
lliuur liousis in Kansas City to dls
trlhu'e whisky along Its line In Kan
sas and Oklahoma. There will be no
more "shipper's order," 'Right draft
with hill of lading attached" aud "or
der notify" shipments of liipior on that
line of railroad.
K. J Lainpert, local fniiiht agent,
notified the mall order liquor houses
January 1 that the traffic must cease
over thai road in Kansas and Okla
homa and that no more shipments
would be n c lved from Kansas City
to stations along the Hue lu tboss
WILL VOTE ON PROHIBITION
Enought Signatures Have Been Obtain
ed to Insure Submission of Ques
tion In Missouri.
Kaksus City. Mo There no longei
Is any doubt t'nut Missouri will vote
011 the jii-i'!ori of state-wide prohibi
tion iii-it November, In the opinion ot
Judiv Wil'iam II Wallace, president
of the Miixourl l' n M I: u' I0n.1l Au-nd
incut aocl.itloii Kuoiivll si;:'ia' HI e
Kirca.lv h;ive turn o it.Oniil, he s ya
to make r. certain that a constitution!!
amendment will In- suliiillt'-l
They Control West Virginia Gas.
Iliinilngloii, W. Va A d"i
which Involves appr ivio' Vi ly 'H0.
l.oii.OOO, and bv -v''ch .Vv Y'orkcrt
said to be bttcV'd by t:io Sloiida'd
Oil company wl; coiitral too ciitir
i'j output of W-.o. Vlrgluiu, h is prac
tically been closed. It is Ltld to b
'iie Intention of tho York men tc
n:pn gas to N'w York, riilladelphia
niii other seahoari citb-s.
Would Bar Liquor en Diners.
I.lneuln, Neb. Attorney General
Thompson filed In the supreme court
application for an injunction to re
strain the Burlington and Cntoii I'a
clfle railroads from serving llijuor Ir
dining cars on through trains. Thi
wine lists used on dining cars art
submitted In evidence.
Arbitrate Switchmen's Strike.
Chicago, Illinois. Members of tbt
Switch. lien's union, reprct.en.'InK tb
western railroads, agreed with th
General M.ina-'eiu' association to sub
tn It their roiucsts for advamcd wagiu
and (hituvH In boms to arbitration un
der the l'nlin.in law.
Bank Dsposlts Increase $2,000,000.
Kansas City, Kansas The Itt bnuki
In Kansas City, Kan., had deposits o
l7,:a3,mi 21 January 1, 1DI0. Th)
Increase lor the year was approximate
PINCHOT HAS BEEN DISCHARGED
The Chief Forester Dismissed From
the Service by the President
Washington, I). C lly order of
President Tuft. Glfford Tlnchot. chief
forester, was dismissed from the gov
ernment sotvlce. Insubordination was
tho charge upon which the Intimate
friend of Theodora Roosevelt was re
moved. Overtoil W. l'rlie, associate
forester, and Alexander C. Shaw, nsn
slstnnt law officer, I'liw hut's Imrierll
ato assistants In the forestry bureau,
followed their chlet out of !e gov
Thoroughly Indignant over tue ac
tion of Mr. I'lnchot In Inducing Sena
tor HolUvcr to read a letter from hliu
in the senate jesteruay, I'resldont
Taft would listen to no advice that
the forester's vlolutlou of executive or
ders be overlooked pending the iu
qulry soon to be undertaken by con
gress. He said the dignity of tho
office he had been chosen by the peo
ple to f'.ll was bring attacked and he
would bo unfaithful to his trust if
be submitted longer.
HE PLANS A MODEL CAPITAL
Senator Russell Would Build a New
City as the Official Center
Gu'.hrlel, Okla. J If the -new
Jerusalem" state capital location
scheme pronounced by Campbell Rus
sell, state senator of Warner, should
be accepted by tho voters of Okla
hotna under the bill Initiated by Kus
fell, and all Its provision be carried
out, Oklahoma would undertake the
building of an "liteal city."
This dream capital would own its
own public utilities aud would build
and maintain them, together wlth
other public improvements out of the
funds derived from the sale of town
lots, etc., In the "Joruesalem" district
Senator Kussell is confident that a
large sum of money could be raised In
tnls manner. He Is sure that his bill
Is drawn In such a manner as to pre
vent craft In the purchase of the land
for tbe state, and In tbe sale of the
land to individuals.
Peach Crop Damaged Again.
St. Joseph, Mo. l'residoiit Frank
Hoch . of the. Wathrna. Kan.,
Fruit Growers' association, gave out
a statement regarding the con
dition of the fruit trees and berries
In the Wathcna district. He said
raspberries are in good condition.
Some varieties of blackberries are In
jured aud strawberries are uncertain,
reaches are badly damaged as a re
sult of thi- low teaiperature, but ,ipks
Cannot Arbitrate for Switchmen.
Washington, 1. C Kfforts to gain
an adjustment of the strike of switch
men on tbe railroails of the North
west havo been abandoned. Chair
man Knapp of the Interstate commerce
commission, and tho comml-slonor f
labor. Mr. Ncill, the mediators under
tho KiMman act. had a final confer
euro with H. U. I'erhntu. It was deter
mined that nothing further could bo
done to effect a settlement.
Kansas City Unemployed March.
Kansas City, Mo llctwi-on oo
and 300 unemployed nun answered
tbe roll of the International Itruthcr
hood Welfare association and assem
bled at Labor Headquarters to march
to the city ball and present a petition
to the mayor asking or muro work
and pay. James Kads How, the mil
lionaire leader of the unemployed,
acted as chairman.
A Fatal Fire ir. 6t. Louis.
St Iiuls. Mo. One fireman was
burned to death, six others wen- In
jured, seviral women were overcome
by smoke and I'OO hotel guests were
driven Into the street with the tem
perature near sero whi n fire broke out
In a barber simp between the Cam
bridge and Itainiun hotels on St.
Charles street. In the heart of tho
The D. A. R. Founder Dead.
New York Mrs. Mora Adams
la:l!ng. founder of (ho li.niKh
ters of th" Revolution and lulled
State !;tiu;htcrs of 1S12. died hero
from spoplexv at i'io home of
her brother, John tjuincy Adams. Mrs.
1 nil ling will he honed at the homo ot
bir birth, Lancaster, N. II. She was
70 years old.
Zslaya Not Wanted.
Washington, l. C Not seeing tho
necessity of demanding the Immediate
nrres'. and punishment of former Pres
ident Zelaya, the house foreign affairs
committee laid aside the four or live
measures Introduced providing for
such action and kindred steps relating
to Nicaragua!! troubles.
With Silk Worth a Million.
Seattle, Wash. The raw silk cargo
on the Japanese, steamer Shlnano, due
at Cape Flattery, I seald to be the
most valuable ever brought to the r til
ted States. It consists of 2,000 b ales
worth more than $1,ihh), Goo. it will
be sent east from Seattle on a special
Hogs Sold at tS.tS a Hundred.
St. -Joseph. Mo. Hogs sold for
$S.K5 a hundred pounds here. This
Is five rents higher tnan the record
of lust Heceuiber and thirty seven and
one half cents higher thuu tho next
Kidnapers' Trial January 17,
Topeka, Kansas. Tho trial of those
Implicated In tho kidnaping of Marlon
llleukley, the "Incubator Ho by," Is set
for January 17 In the district court of
this county and In all probability will
be commenced at that tine.
A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO.
Twenty-four Carloads Purchaisd fo
Lewis' Blrgle Binder Cigar
What Is probably the biggest lot or
all funcy grade tobacco held by nn
factory In the Coiled Htale bus Jjs
been purchased by Krnnk I'. Lewis, o;
1'eorla, for the manufacture of Lewis
Single Hinder Clgors. Tbe lot wil
muke twenty-four carloads, and la so
lect"d from what Is considered by eg
peris to be th finest crop raised Is
many tears. The purchnsn of tobacct
la sufrlcleut to Inst the factory nmr
tbun two years. An mtrs; price wm
ald for tho selection. Hmokcrs o(
ew ls' ttlneln Hinder Cigars w ill appro
elate this tobacco.
) in (ur, January 1C, I'.kjO.
' 1 I . i - s
'fry- i, -4
e Tailor I cannot make you a new
suit until you hat paid for your last
Mr. Nopay Uut I can't wait so long
Winter is here and I need something
A BURNING ERUPTION FROM
HEAD TO FEET
"Four yeara ago I suffered severely
with a terrible eczema, being a mast
of sores froia head to feet and for sis
weeks confined to my bed. During
that time 1 suffered continual tor
ture from Itching avid burning. After
being given up by my doctor I was ad
vised to try Cutlcura H. medics. Aftei
the first bath with Cutlcura Soap and
application of Cutlcura Ointment I en
Joyed tho first good sleep during my
entire illness. I also used Cutlcura
Resolvent and the treatment was con
tinued for about three weeks. At the
end of that time I was able to be
about tho house, entirely cured, and
have felt no 111 effects since. I would
advise any person suffering from any
form of skin trouble to try the Cutl
cura Remedies as I know what they
did for me. Mrs. Edward Nennlng.
1112 Snlina St- Watertown, N.
Apr. 11, 1909."
Asking Too Much.
"Why, Willie," said the teacher. "I
am pained to bear you speak so slight
ingly of your parents. I am alraid yon
have, not been properly Instructed con
cerning the respect you should pay to
your elders. That Is one t.f the snd
things about our scheme of ilvliira
tlon. We do not Insist strongly enough
on having the c hildren accord to their
parents that deference and respect
which Is so common ami n beautiful
in most of the Kuropean and oriental
countries. In China and Japan, for lie
stance, the children always hxik up to
their parents ns to superior beings. I
am ashamed of you. Willie. You should
have the deepest veneration for your
father and mother."
"Well," WIIMi! sniffled, "how's a fel
low goln' to have veneration when bis
inu puts on a bale of hair every morn
Itf that she bought at a store and Ids
pa weuis a yellow plush bat?"
The Kind Caddie.
"Once In a game," said the golfer.
"I bad the good fortune to be sit
boles up on my opponent by the time
the eighth boio was reached. At the
eighth green something went wrong
w ith our reckoning of the strokes and
I claimed thut I bud won that bole,
too. while my opponent claimed that
It was Imbed After a mild dispute I
' Tint as I moved ou with my caddie
I couldn't help grumbling:
"'Well, you know. Joseph, I gave
In; but I still think I won (hat bole
"Tbe boy, with a frown, turned
shocked mid reproving rye on mo.
Iilsgiistcd with tny greed for boles, lie
who-peied hurriedly, so thut my op
pom lit should not oXerhear:
"'flint up, cant you? lo e want
to break tho man's heart?'"
A WOMAN DOCTOR
Was Qulik to Sec that Cortes was
Doing the Mischief.
A lady tells of a bud case of coffeo
polsoiiing and tells it In a way so sim
ple and straightforward tbat llttlaiy
skill could not Improve It.
"I had neuralgic beadaihes for 11
yeiirs," shn says, "mid suffered untold
agony. When I first begun tn havo
(hem I weighed. HO pounds, but they
brought ma down to 110. t went
to many doctors and tin y gave 111
only temporary rulicf. 80 I suffered
on, till one duy a woman doctor told
me to use I'ost 11 111. Hhe suld I looked
like I wus coffeo poisoned.
"80 I begun to drink I'ostura and I
gained IS pounds in (ho first few
weeks and continued to gain, but not
so fust as at first. My hernial hee be
gun to leave me after I had used.
yjstus about, two weeks Ion?
enough to get tho cuffco poison out of
"Since I began to uso Postuin I can,
Kindly tny thut I never know what a
lienralKlc headache Is like any morn,
and it was nothing but J'omuiii that
made me well. Ili-fore 1 used I'ostum
I never went out alone; I would gi t
bewildered and Would not knuwwhWU
wuy to turn. Now I go alone and wv
bead In us clear as a bell. My bra 10
aud nerves ure stronger than tho.r
have been for years."
Head the little book. "Tho Hoad I 1
Wellvlle,"ln pkgs. "Thiue s a Uearnu '
K rree the shin. Irltrrt A '
aeerara Iraa lime tn tlm. Ik, t
r sraalat, trwe, was full I h