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RICH HILL TRIBUNE
A. D. MATTESON, Ed. and lift.
men hill, missouiu.
"The food old inmmnrUmi'' la
Unn( on Ita laat Inp.
Even Indian maharajafia ret to t
ulsanccs, according to London re
ports. Borne fnoni dive Into aliallow wa
ter at summer resorts and others get
Earthquakes that htte to be snubbed
re careful to keep away from San
Francisco alnce the fire.
The crown prince of Slam refuse
to be a polygamlst and be does cot
ear It in Japanese, either.
If the cowi will not give milk
when there la no ratu we will be
driven to milking a can of condensed
The cold storage figures Indicate
that omelets will be niore reliable
next wlntr that poached eggs on
An Indiana mule kicked a motor
cycle and cyclist across the road the
other day. Some mutes seem almost
That little earthquake out In San
Francisco the other day did no dam
age, but the restored city did Dot like
the hint of Its calling again.
Our friends of the Weather Bureau
are respectfully notified that one large
verification of those rain predictions
la still overdue.
The man who ate 61 ears of corn
for a prize probably followed nature s
caample by holding the eara down as
he ate them, with hia forefeet
The aeroplane as a possible factor
In warfare Is somewhat handicapped
by the tempting target it would make
for even au ordinary marksman.
An "author of many arithmetics'
has peacefully died In Pennsylvania,
but the arithmetics, dear children, are
still alive and wailing for the fall
A scientist who baa been Investiga
ting decides that grasshoppers are en
tirely useless. Evidently he never had
a Cock of young turkeys to be fat
tened. Whllo he was saving two lives a
Connecticut man lost $18. The people
whose lives he saved might at least
have the good taste to get up a purse
The wireless Is turning out to be
the best criminal catcher In the busi
ness. There Is no escape for the bold
est and shrewdest from ita lightning
like, tell-tale agility.
Scientists announce that they have
Isolated the germ of leprosy and hope
aoon to have a cure. I!ut there Is no
hope In sight for those afflicted with
an Itching for public office.
A Princeton professor contends that
the common ldeu of heaven Is wrong
Now If someone will determine Just
what Is the common Idea of heaven,
the whole mattr will be settled.
The hobble skTt shows signs of
Joining the auton oblle and the airship
for place In tne accident-record con
test. Its use li a comment for the
cynical on the lximcn of this liberty
Though tne bulletin of the Chicago
pedal park commission concedes that
the Inrvae of the tussock moth "is one
of the most beautiful of our caterpil
lars," It does not recommend that the
larvae be treated as pets.
Canada Is also a big country, si
though not yet In the samp rlrn.it l'h
the United States as regard popula
tion and general development There
have been reports of crop failures In
the Dominion. Now conn's tliu ei
plunntlon that In somo quarters grain
and other products have suffered from
drought. Hut In other sections there
baa been au ample supply of moisture
and the yield will be good. The out
cries of the eslamlty ahouter and the
peculator must he taken with due al
lowance on both sides of the bordur.
The official figures allowing that du
ring the calendar year 1'j'iH the ei
pendltures In the United States for
building operations aggregated about
a billion dollars, surpassing the record
of 1904 by ten 10 cent., not only provs
now completely the country had re
covered from the "panic" of 1907 but
Indicate that the people have made a
fresh start In prosperity. There may
be checks and reverses from tlmo to
time, but no nation like ours can be
kept permanently crippled or Indus
An English physician Is of the opin
ion that chickens spread tuberculosis
among cows. Nevertheless a good
many people who are unable to cause
trouble In any other way will con
tinue to keep chickens.
The evening service at church ta
New Jersey has been discontinued be
cause of mosquitoes. And It cannot
t charged that the skeetars were
Imported for the purpose. Whatever
the effect of the sermon, the congre
gation refused to be bored by th
A KANSAS CASHIER SHORT
JOHN A. FLACK OP ABILENK
STATE BANK DISAPPEARED.
Before He Left He Turned Over All
His Property and Directors Have
Made Good 120,000 Shortage,
Abilene, Kansas. John A. Mack,
flashier of the Abilene Stale bank
for fivo years, Is missing and hi
accounts at the bank are short about
$20,000, which the directors havo made
The bank opened as usual In the
morning without any nervousness on
the part of depositors, the director
being among t ho wealthiest meu In
town. William L Watson, a deputy
hank commissioner, spent Sunday and
Monday making a thorough examina
tion of the bank and bis certificate
was posted stating that all losses had
been made good and that the bank
was In sound condition. This quieted
the tendencies to withdraw deposits
and the bank gained Instead of lost In
the morning's business. Other batiks
of town are not affct:d.
Mack left Sunday morning after
turning over to the directors his hand
some homo on North Buckeye street,
a farm and some personal property,
all he was known to possess. He has
been active for many years hero and
had the confidence of the community.
He was probate Judge lour years be
fore entering the banking business,
was Democratic candidate for con
gress in the Fifth district four years
ago and for state senator two years
ago. lie and his wife have been ac
tive In society. He was a member of
many organizations and lodges.
THEY ADJOURNED FOREVER
Mexican War Veterans Will Meet No
More Because Survivors Are
Indianapolis, Indiana. "It now be
comes my sacred duty to adjourn the
National Association of Mexican W ar
Veterans to meet anain on that beauti
ful shore. I ask you to rise and de
clare the National Association ad
With these words Mrs. Moore M-.ir-dack,
secretary of the association, dis
banded It at the close of Its final con
vention. The 2S survivors were too
old. It was felt, to keep the organiza
tion together. None of the delegates
was under 73 years. The sad senti
ment of the little gathering was dra
matically expressed by the one of Its
members who stood, when the roll was
called, and answered "Conrad tiashe,
Fulton county, F.leventh United States
Volunteer Infantry and the last sur
vivor." GLOWING TRI3UTE TO PINCHOT
The Conservation Congress Gave a
Mighty Demonstration for the
St. Paul, Minn. The states rights
forces In the National Conservation
congress are In full retreat. Stag
gered by the vigorous assault of
Theodore Roosevelt, defeat in the or
ganization of the committee of resolu
tion the rout was made complete. To
Senator Albert J. Ileveridse. Indiana
belongs tne credit. In the most
brilliant and fiery address yet deliver
ed before the congress Scna'or
Heveridg" drove his lance full against
the so-called "Western Idea" of con
servation. He also paid a glowing
tribute to Pinchut, smarting a demon
stration at the auditorium for the
chief forester, deposed by president
Taft, which rivalled tne one in honor
of Col Roosevelt, and plainly showed
that the friends of Mr. Pinchot arc in
control of the congress.
THE CUAL STRIKE TO END
An Agreement Has Eeen Reached
Whereby 30.CCO Will bs Permitted
to fctturn to Work.
Kansas City -When miners ard
upeia-ors re..cnru un aitre. Hu nt uu
' t!i arhit-a'-on point v. hi. h (or five
j and uu-half mon'lis has been th"
great rt.imld ng block of all iicgoila
I tioto., t:e ( i,. t-ame to one of the m.i-t
prolong. (1 ((ia! mini! sink., the mid
dl" Weci has i n r ienein ed
It w;i in lio.mi . d that the new eon
tract whereby lie in miners will it tram
pick up tlnir tools will bo signed.
Southwett Pension List.
According to the liit ires mad public
at the lulled S'hicj p.-rtiun hiir.au
the rolls of the !!,. ,. how the fallow
ing totals of pensioner anj the
amount ar.nually paid to them in t he
at ales of the Stmt ti west! In Mi.-xmrl.
p. io-Ioih ra 4'.lT.'!, nmount paid to
th.-m, t 1 r..'..-l v. In Kan us, '.nil pen
sioners, amonit ''u.i'7. In Okla
homa. llt.Ui'7, amount paid, $l,7l)'.",lSr.
Masked Robber Loots Bank.
Clifton. A. T. The (Ilia Valley hank
t Moreucl, A. T., whs held up by a
mar ked man, w ho covered the c ashler
and his assistant with a gun and e
LaFollette Win In Wisconsin.
Milwaukee. Wis. I.aFoliette Is
Ihe victor over Samuel A. Cook
the Taft Republican candidate In Ihe
primaries for I'lii'id Stales senator by
a vote of ul limit two to one, probably
three to one.
Insane Women Not Wanted.
Topek. Notices were sent to most
of the big counties In the state by the
boad of control instructing the local
authorities not to send any more fe
male patients to ths state asylums.
Those Institutions are now full.
THE UNHAPPY FARMER.
test hv -
-lis t?fCrtj8&v?-js j't&trz '.-4
N I irf iyyVr-lk.5v H
ROOSEVELT BILKS AT LORIMER
REFUSED TO ATTEND CHICAGO
BANQUET WITH SENATOR.
Committee Told Pointedly That They
Must Wire Lorimer of the Fact
Which Was Done.
Freeport, Illinois. Col. Kooscvilt
refused to attend- the banquet given
by the Hamilton club In Chicago un
less Senator Lorin.er was excluded
He demanded that a telegram to that
effect be sent to the sen.r.or.
A committee of sixteen members of
the Hamilton club, headed by ex
Judge John II. Patten, vatii" to Free
port from Chicago is a special car and
met Col. Roosevelt, w lio was here to
attend the county fair. They tame
to make arrangement for the dinner.
The lommittee met him at the fair
grounds, and the colonel at or.ee asked
who was to attend tne dinner.
"Is Speaker Cannot to bu there?'
"Yes,'' Mr. Patten replied, 'be ac
cepted the invitation."
"How about Senator Ixirliuer?" lie
"Senator lorimer is a member of
the club," he was told "lie has ac
cepted an Invitation to the dinner "
"Then I must decline to go," said
the colonel, lie added that he would
feel the same about the preser.ee of
Senator l.orlmer as if members of the
llliuols I. gislature who are Intolved in
the graft Investigation should be pres
ent at the dinner.
The numbers of the committee- told
the colonel they would go back to
Chicago and Inform Senator I.or.m. r
of his vles.
"No," Col. Koosevelt replied, "send
him a telegram, telling him that I wnl
r.ot attend the dinner if he is there.'
The following telegram was Im
Willinm Lorimer, I! 7 La Salle
btreef. Chicago. HI.
"Col. Theodore Koosevelt positively
declines to sit at the. same table with
you at the banquet
"Our invitation to you Is therefore
tSignedl .ril ' I It TTK.
"l'resld"!lt li.i'llilroll Club"
PLANS FOR AMERICAN ROYAl
The Pure Bred Live Stock Show at
Kansas City Will Be Held
October 10 to 15.
Kaunas Ty, Mo The m.rl
can Royal Live Sto. k show of lion
will be beld at the Kan.-as City sto. k
ur.l -i October Id to IV The horse
and tattle will be Judced In tin- t. it
new paVil.on. where ih,. f,,ur n i j- 'j i
Iioim- slums and a t t moon ntertaln
mi nt pr.irr.ims will be given. The
i .n-:!li atloi-.s I 111., year embrace Here
ford. Stint t horns, Galfo Aiiv and Aber
deen Aliens breeding, feeding and fa!
tiiitle; ranre bred feedit.g cattle; per
thciori, Itelglitn, Slilre. and tlenn.iii
and French Coach horses; mules;
liertiihlre, Chester U hltu and luiroe
Jersey sitie; Cotsv.old, llampi-.lilre,
Shropshire, Southdown and Oxford
sheep; Angora goats; poultry. There
will be the usual students' Judging
rotrest for young men, under the su
perintend, in e of W. I. Nelson, Colum
bin. Mo Information as to e itries in
any d.-partmi nt may be oli'ain. d from
A. M. Thompson, m ere! try uf the
American Royal, Nashua, .Mo.
Rural Carriers to Leavenworth.
Manhattan, Kansas. The annual
convention of the rural mall carriers
of Kuriaas closed a two days' session
here. Leavenworth wa selected for
the next convention.
Clven a Mexican Welcome.
Fl Pao, Texas Willi a welcome
typically Mexican the delegate from
I lie stale of California to the Mexican
centennial celebration were received
In Ml Paso and escorted across Ihe In
ternational border on their way to the
national cap..ul of the sister republic.
National Control Carried.
Bt. Paul, Minn. The national con
servation congress adoni'd a platform
placing tbe seal of Its approval on na
tional control of natural r ourcei( and
FISHERIES DISPUTE SETTLED !
International Court of Arbitration Da- '
cided In Favor of Great Britain j
Dispute of Long Standing.
The Hague With Certain qualifi
cations the international court of
arbitration, to which was left the set-1
ti m. ut of the fisheries dispute, be
twe.ii Great ltritain and the t'nited '
States, decided in favor c-f tlreat
Britain or. all important issues. The
award was announced by Professor
It is unanimous on all points except
that of the exclusion of the I'li.t.-d
St.rcs fishermen from bays. j
Ky this award, a dispute that has
lasted almost a hundred years, and
lias twice nearly brought Knglat.d and
I nitcd i'a'cg ( war. is definitely
set :!. An indi.s'ry of millions of'
dollars a year is pla. ed beyond dts-1
;.i'e. and com;.!ieavd (piey'-lor.s w liich
have been wrai.itled over sin. e lMSj
are soh.-d. !
The ease Is the first to be h. ard un
il.-r the atintr.fion treaty negotiated
by Mr. Ko.,; win n he was secretary of
stare The Newfoundland fisheries
use was one of the problems involved i
in the w,ir of the ltt-wlutioii and early
in the last century It became acute.
OREGON PLAN IN NEBRASKA
A Majority of the Candidates for the
Legislature Have Entered Into
Omaha. Nt hraska The canvass of
the vote of ihe recent primary elec
tion. on members of tile two houses
of the ! -gisl.tture shows that the Ore
gon plat: will tie almost i.rta.nly
carried oat in the elei!:.m of a I tilted
States senator to sueteed Senator
Iturkett. regardless of the political
complexion of the next l.i;i',a:ure.
Of the m-mocrats, CI of Ihe ,11 , .,ndl
dar. s for the senate- and 7.'. of the leu
candidates for the house are s-.gn.-rs
of "Statement No 1," wh:le (n the
hepubi.ean side 11 sena'or.al .and;
dates and 4T bti.sla'lve aspira.-.n
have taken the same pledge.
YET SHE DIED OF KIDNEY DISEASE
An Autopiy Revealed Metal Collection
Weighing Fiwe Pounds in Negro
St. Joseph, Missouri -An autopsy
on the body of S.illie Roper, a m urn
woman who (l ed at a lo.-al hospital
of kuliri y dm. nse, rev..i!ed a remark
able tollectl.iii of Junk In her sromach.
some of which h id b. . n there for
)e,lf 'lie ((diet t loll Weighed (1 t.
pounds and Included UT, nails of as
sorted si.ts. three Iron ii i', to Iron
holts, .'.'I safety pins, I.'.o hairpins. I.
buttons, 1u pebbles, ll" common pins.
10 i .u p. t ta. ks, ten pr une tone, one
motor t ar tac
Two Roosevelt Speeches at St. Louis.
It fferiun City, Mo Co! Theodore
Roos.-v t it will deliver two spec, hi a mi
tin. tic. uslon of tils visit to St. laiui.
October II One of these spi t l he
will be non pat I Lean In character, and
will be d.llvered at the banquet given
by the Business Men's league. The
other will be political In character
and will bo delivered at Coliseum at
Repulse Imaginary Enemies.
Junction City, Kansas The tlrst of
a series of night maneuvers was exe
cuted at the Fort Riley camp of In
struction the enilre rt galar command
taking part. The exercise wa lu the
disposition of troop for security and
was carried out In squadrons and
Johnson Chosen Arbitrator,
Kansas City, Mo The limn who
will arbitrate the disputes between
the Southwestern Coal Miners' asso
ciation and the luterstale Operators'
association during the, next two yean
is W. L. A. Johnson of Topeka, sta.t
labor commissioner for the state of
Guards Shot Convicts.
Mealeater, Ok. John Pack, a life
term convict and 11. Hess were shot
by guards while trying to ec-spe from
the Oklahoma penitentiary.
REPUBLICANS WERE NOT THERE
RUT SIX MEMBERS OP BALLINGER
COMMITTEE ATTEND MEETING.
This Was One Less Than a Quorum
Democrats Sign deport Prepared
Madison Presents Another.
Minneapolis, Minsots Only all
tipinliers of the Halliuger Pinchot In
vestigating committee, one less thin a
quorufi, wero present when Ihe ten
sion opened. Senator Sutherland of
( tub. and two other Republican, Rep
resentative Sampel W. McCall of
Massachusetts and Representative F.d
wln Henby of Michigan, refused to at
tend. The failure of then three members
to attend wh n the session was opened
was decided on, following the arrival
of Representative Ier.by. Mr. Ie!iby
had declared that the action of five
members who adopted a resolution
Wednesday of Representative Madison
of Kansas, an Insurgent Republican,
which ehaig.d that Secretary Pailin
ger was unlit and should be removed,
was the "most extraordinary, Indef.n
sible and unjudl. lal that partisan poli
tics could devise." .
In view of that he said It would be
absurd to meet with thoc meiiili.ni
when they had already promulgate)!
th. ir d-ci w jnm
.:-.;'!i rlai d ami McCall took a sim
ilar view and failed to put In an ap
pearance. Chairman Nelson WHi pres
ent, as was Mr Madison, and the meet
ing was regularly called to order The
I 'enioerat le memlMTH in ntt. ndatice
w.-r. Senator I'ur.-cll, North I'ako'.a:
Senator Fletcher, Florida ai d Repre
sentative Olie M. ,lam-s of K. ntui ky.
and Representative James M. (irahnm
S.nator Root of NVw York. Senator
Flint of California and Repr.M n'at U e
tilms'ead of P nnsylv aula are not
Soon after ent. ring the committee
room, the Ih moi-ru'ic inernh. rs aftixed
their signatures to t'lelr tindings,
wlu.-h i-ondetr.n the a. tiot.s of Mr I'.al
lirtier as a public otfl.-er ar.il vlr-dl
cute lirord Pin hot, ex . tin f of the
Mr. Madison prepared an ir.d. prd .
erf report, winch favors Mr. Pirn hot, j
ar.J brought It to til- committee room I
ANOTHER CHARGE AGAINST FLACK
The Abilene Man Is Now Accused cl
Forgery Hat Been Seen In
Abilene. Kan - Ftirc. rv was inlded
to John A Flu. k s ret ord when the
represt nii'ive oi mr iji-.:ie .Mir itiTiai j
tianit or i nil go prest-nteii note wita
the forged signature ( James
Stra.'han. a retired weil'liy farmer
The note was for 111, i This w
taken rare of by the tliret t ra. Foigery
will sow be lu. hided in charge
A warrant has been Issued for John
A. 111. k. missing cashltr of the
Ah:!... V'Bfjk .,... 1. '-... .....
charges i forgery The complaint waa i
t . - .tl......... .i ..... i i :
r.K'.e.! U Ullt't til (II lilt- CAlit
Made Bequeats to Colleges.
Tot-ka. Kanarts--The late .loliat han
Thomas, the Topeka limUruiaii. who
died r.-.ently In Mti h asetts. I ft
several b4uest to public iin.'K u! ion.
He bequea: bed J.eJ,' t) W aatilmrn
college, IJ.i.Ciiu to Kmporta col.ge;
1'i.iie.i to lletliany eollega-, Topt-ku, and
t'.'.' i i to the Topeka V U C A The
re' of Ills t state w a. 1. ( to I. is w ido
and relative 'Ihe ea'ate Is valued at
Waters P. tree Paying Fine.
tluthrle. Oklahoma The Waters
Plerc.v Oil company has made to S'ate
Treasurer .lame Mem fen It flrit one
third payment of the liii.e Imposed up
on It at Unld by the distriit tourt
amount'ng to I !!.'..; ..-'. I he second
pavmcnt is die in three months mil
the third pay iner t In six uioinii from
THE WEIGHT OF MOTHER EARTH
A College Profetior Determined to His
Own Sitiitjct.on Wright It tic. -en
New York, N V Mother llurth
Aeiir,... aevt n Irillluii l.nu. 111. I. M l A.
Wei. el, luairu. lor lu plivslt lu the
Ciillegu of tile City of New York, nu
tshell a aeries of experiment by win. li
he ha computed Ihe wtinht of the
enrlli According to Instructor el.-t I,
tin; result I more accurate than l.u
Hitherto been obtained
The aparatus used was so delicate
that the eiperinit'l ta were t arried on
entirely after midnight to atotlt even
thn Jarlug of footfall lu the farthest
Special Rates to Kansas City.
Kai.aaa City, Missouri - low rates
will bu granted Kansas City for carni
val week and the American Royal Live
Stock show. The Kausus City South
ern, Ro k Islaud and Chicago K Alton
roads made anniiouni t in.-'it to this
effect ll is believed the other roads
Gentry Guilty of Assault,
llolton, Kansas-The Jury In the
raso of Joseph (lentry, on trial In
the district court fur assault with In
tent to kill In the kidnapping of
Marlon llleakler. the "Incubator baby,"
returned a xerdlct of guilty.
Friend oof the President Dead.
Ilevrrly, Mas--Th death of l.loyd
W. Rowers, solicitor general of the
United States, at liostou. cast a gloom
over tho summer capital. The aall. l
lor general was clone personal friend
at President Taft
cfim snnn -
t v y . ww
, Is more snothln thn CiA-
I ream ; More liralwig tnan
anv lotion, liniment or salve;
mote beautifying than any
Curst dandrull and stop hair Irom
TRY EURWE EYE EESZD V
B CR ANULATTD EYE1JD3 I
Murine Doe sn'tSmart-Soothes Fye Pain
DrwrWt hi Mate En lln, 2V. SS. tl
Ma-1m Fr !. Im Aiv.it TlM, SSe, f I OO
EYa HOOK8 AND AbVK K H:KB HY NAIL
Murine Eye Rem dyCoChIcgo
Then It Happened.
"What made you tliluk he would
propose to me?"
"Why, when I refused blm be said
he didn't enre what became of blm;
but perhaps ho wasn't s.-rloim."
mti oihr lp.w t A v t: -r. r. 1 uitu t'. u
trw yr m 1" If -Ti.!. ri-tl
tt.ru j yn .1. l- p.- .-1..1.-T.J It a Kil a-
!ir:r.UMl k 1 (-li.. luul tT e.i'MJUliv Ik i i'
n rur with M kl l(l..-nt. pcx.i. rU II V:r-. ' .
SMu turn ( iirri I., it a r-".-tltu.Mv a
tudX Ui.-rk' rtu r.m.M :.i-,r-i tr!- .ul
H. uiu'b on. mi.irf.'j(3 ly J
til. t.-xi.. I wv IP IIj r . m.l-titjj.; r
II. mAl It a. .c fc.ur. y l-t d.-t !r n
rtf-.pt (o a IKiwrul It ia Jirwi.v .ei O e
ai 4 iTi-i'-ei ..(!.- of tl it.-..i 'I I t-y (i-.-r -m
fc-rf..lr-4 a. as.r II Uj.a to cur. tt:M
It ri'n..tfl an.l l4t.,vj''l'4-
Xrtte.-. I J mil.'.VVSI.'O.TillMliUUl,
s. i uv l(.wms I
laxa ita.i I aji.Lj l-ui lur outtlaui-A.
Mrs. .Slmmonds glmieed at the scare
headline: rtnnk Rehbedl Police at
Heal" and laid down the aheet.
"N.vow, look at tUt. F.j!"' the e'rxe
nlated. repeating the headline aloud.
"Mere's a big city bank broke Into by
bur,L-vrs. and th' city pollee force all
off flsh'n' fomoalicrel What a scan
Even ths Children.
V.x Cioverner Peonypacker, condemn
ing In his witty way the American di
vorce evil, told, at a Phlladelt, hta
luncheon, an at propria!" story.
"liven our children." ho said, "are
becoming Infected A Kensington
school tearhsr. examining a Utile girl
lu grammar, aai.l:
" What Is th future of "I loveT"'
"'A divorce," t Lu child answered
A Liking for "Harriet."
"lo you like Hamlet'" asked tt.
bostesj of hei unlettered. If gushing,
"Indeed I do." w the reply "I am
etreaalvnly fond of It. but I al a ay s pre
fer a savory to a sweet one "
There wan a momentary eonf i-d "D.
and then the bonleas realUd that the
admlnatlon uf ihn guest was of a cul
inary, aot literary, character.
"1 gave her haiu with au om.-lw.e
for breakfast m il morning " tal l the
hostess, when telllug the ttoiy
Talking to the Child.
"Mrs X talks to little M.t
Just n Mr. X talks to their d g."
aid a little girl of a neighboring fata
lly. An.t It was Indeed true Mr.
X la a very w eil meaning woman
and would bo greatly auri rWd if !,
should bear the foregoing (talemetiL
She has slmpiv unconsciously acquired
a harsh tone i f voica In decile.- iti
her children This l altogether uu
neceaaary aud Is not. a many i.:..' ti
er -etn to think, a ii.ar k i f good dl
clpilne The mother hor.e manner u
quiet but Drtu I geiinraily a inin h
laore tuoeeasfiil dNeiplliinrlan tl .xn
tbe hartUi v.iced moiber w ho Issue
her remmiandn lu a dictatorial nianin r.
Kludnesa never trolls chlldrrn. It Is
flabby hide, litii.li. siunetlmea m I s t a k it
for ktil.Ui. sH, whl'h apolla them.
Just Sensible Feod Cured Him.
Hoineiimes a got d. healthy comn.cr
rlal trvi tiilart from poorly e
Ivcted ftte.1 anj ta lucky If ho lenrns
tkat linipe Nul food will put Mm
A CliiclnnaU traveler a.ivs: "About
year a no nay stomach id In bad
way. I kad a kaacke raoet of thn
tlmo and autf-trnd aulaery. t'er seveial
laontka 1 ran down uatll I leat U.eil
tl peumtit In wtikdUt a4 flaally had to
give up a geed peaiiiea aaa f home.
Aay toed taal 1 might ute tueiu. d to
"My wlhx. hardly knewlrg what to
do, ens day breusjiU knm a packag
of (Irape-Nute feed aad ceased run to
try It. 1 tola bvr It was no use but
finally te Luiuar ker 1 tried a little.
ad they Jut struck my taate. It
waa the llrwi fil I bad eaten lu near
ly a year that did not cauae any suffer
"Well, to make a long story abort, I
began to Improve and stuck ta tkupo
Nuts. 1 woat up from 1T.5 p.-tiuiU lu
Lecenikor to 194 pounds the follow lrif
"My brain Is clear, blood all
right and appetite too muck for any
man's pec kot book, la fact, I am thor
oughly made over, and uwe It all lo
(irape-Nuta. I talk to much about w hat
t. rape-Nuts will do that some of the
men oa the road have nlckaaated me
'lirape-NuU,' but I staad te4ry a
healthy, roay-cheeked luan a brettf
goed eeaiaela uf what tbe rlgkt kind
of feed wUl do.
"Veu raa publish tkls If yen want to.
It la a true stavteuieut wltheut any
Read th little be,, "The R,ad to
Wetlvllle," In pkga. "l'kere,s a Reason -
Bteee rea4 Ike atata Ul-rt A e
anwan Iram lltaa la tltava. l'br
r ela, traM, aaa (all at kaaaa