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THE YALE EXPOSITOR
j STATE NEWS
Port Huron It li believed that the
drinking of canned cider caused the
death of Lawrence Torn, 17. of Mar
Soo Chippewa county farmers
signed contracts to market all their
hay crop through the Michigan farm
bureau for two years.
Albion For the first time in 10
years, Albion College has passed the
00 mark In enrollment for the first
two weeks of registration.
Alma Mrs. Jesse Wolford, city
clerk for several months, and the
first woman to ever hold office in
Alma, resigned her position.
Escanaba William Zank, 35, of Es
canaba, was Instantly killed when
truck by a falling tree at John C.
Caville's camp near Dark river.
Cadillac The average expense to
the candidates for county offices was
$40.98, according to statements filed
of expenses In the recent primary.
Kalamazoo Hartford Automotive
Parts Co., of Hartford Conn., purchas
ed Acme Universal Joint Co.'s plant
here and voted 1300,000 to enlarge It
Monroe Chris Monol, candy mer
chant, was arrested on a charge of
assault, preferred by Mae Smith, who
is also suing him for $5,000 damages.
Holland Pleading guilty to a statu
tory offense against two girls of 12,
Andrew Regenerus was sentenced to
one to five years in Ionia by circuit
Menominee Mrs. Henry Bell and
her daughter, Maude, were seriously
injured when a por Ji upon which they
were sitting gave way and they fell
Sault Ste. Marie Representatives
of 62 co-operalive stores here formed
the Northern Michigan Wholesale
Co-Operative association, capitalized
Menominee Dr. Walter R. Hicks,
Menominee surgeon, 55 years old,
died suddenly on board the Isabelle,
private yacht of J. D. Wells, Menom
inee lumber man.
Kalamazoo Petitions to recall the
manager commission form of govern
ment and to restore the councilman
charter are now being prepared tor
circulation in Kalamazoo.
Grand Rapids Neighbors, alarmed
by the disappearance of Mrs. Maggie
Foote, nurse, called in the police, who
found the woman's body In bed, where
It had lain for several days.
Cadillac The Cadillac Gas Co. is
preparing to spend $10,000 on Improve
ments. A duplicate pumping appara
tus will be installed and a coal un
loading tower is being built
Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Gas
Light Co.'s gross profit in August was
18.568.31, wiping out deficits of eight
months and leaving a balance of $2,
898.47, the company reported.
Armada Harry Blue of this place,
saved himself from drowning in a
well Into which he fell by holding his
head above water, although his shoul
der was broken, for three hours.
Pontiac Hereafter it will be an
offense punishable by fine for motor
ists to drive with cut-outs open in
Pontiac. Patrolmen have been in
structed to pick up all who do so.
Hillsdale The new directories, the
work of college students, are out and
give the names' of 6,0 4 c Hillsdale peo
ple. Tha.t is a gain of 570 over the
government census, which was 5,476.
Menominee Edward James Bar
stow, 18 months, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Barstow, of Menominee, died
from scalds received when he pulled
a kettle of boiling water over him
self. Cadillac The board of education
will ask the city commission for a
budget appropriation of $99,000 to
support the schools this year. The
amount asked Is $34,000 more than
Mt Clemens Martin Crocker, post
master, has announced the appoint
ment of Arthur Pringnitz as assist
ant postmaster to succeed Herman
Mason, resigned, who held the office
for six years.
Port Huron Port Huron Is to stand
ardize Its fire hydrants and hose at
tachments as the result of a cam
paign now under way In Michigan to
have all fire hydrants and other equip
ment of standard size. At present the
fire hose of one city can not be at
tached to hydrants in another city
owing to the variance of threads.
Constantine The arrest and return
to their homes of Richard Raudman,
15, and Mildred Preston, 16, blasted a
romance that began when the two
entered the freshman class In the Con
stantino high school this fall. They
were taken Into . custody on a farm
near Moor3 Park, where they had
hired out to remain until they were
old enough to get married. Both are
members of prominent families, but
parental objection to their friendship
led them to elope.
Marquette The Michigan Pikes as
sociation pathfinders reached here af
ter a 137-mile drive from Manlstlque,
via Escanaba. The roads In the main
were excellent. A few stretches be
tween Manlstlque and Escanaba,
where construction Is under way,
were the only spots where heavy go
ing was found. All but one stretch
will be completed this fall. The day's
drive was beautiful, taking the party
along Lake Michigan shore for miles
and then almost due north over wind
ing, smooth natnral roads and through
Carleton John Ziomek, farmer, 40
years old, went insane. The officers
confined him In the county Jail where
he died shortly afterward.
Grand Rapids National Biscuit Co.,
through an addition it is building to
its local factory, will Increase its ca
pacity by about 35 per cent.
Allegan Because of high water on
the Kalamazo river the Baker Co.
has raised Its plant 14 Inches to pre
vent the flooding of the first floor.
Maryvllle Industries here are seek
ing 200 carpenters and 200 laborers to
complete the industrial plants and
the 32 new houses being constructed.
Adrian City's new bridge on West
Maumee street. Just completed, cost
$28,000. The contract price was $20,
404 and called for completion one
Petoskey Albert Beham, Horton's
Bay. farmer, is in Traverse City hos-'
pital with health and mind completely
broken, from the effects of inhaling
Eaton Rapids This city will em
bark in the real estate business as a
municipal venture by subdividing and
selling as lots 20 acres recently plan
ned for an aviation field.
Kalamazoo Mile. Jenny Genty, of
Besancon, France, enrolled as a stu
dent in Kalamazoo college. She is the
third of 50 French girls who competed
for Kalamazoo scholarships.
Owosso The Grand Trunk wreck
ing crew succeeded in opening traffic
between Owosso and Corunna, block
ed by the wrecking of nine freight
cars caused by a broken wheel.
Grand Rapids Ted BudzinskI, ar
rested in Geneva, N. Y., as the brains
of the $35,000 Kent State branch bank
robbery, pleaded guilty in ' superior
court and was remanded for sentence.
Coldwater Branch county is being
sued for $20,000 damages for alleged
breach of contract for road materials
by William H. John and Charles
Friedrich, contractors, at Bronson,
Adrian Failure of the city commis
sion to dispose of $255,000 bonds for
the purchase of the Adrian Water Co.
plant has led the company to declare
a 60 per cent increase in rates after
Mt. Clemens Joseph Zugar, of De
troit, is suing Lawrence Steiger, of Mt.
Clemens, for $25,000 damages, alleg
ing that Steiger, while motoring with
out lights, struck him, causing serious
Port Austin. To enable it to give
service to Broken Rocks and Lake
side, summer resorts half a mile east
and west of Port Austin, the plant of
the Port Austin Electric Co. is being
Marshall Marshall High School Is
the flrst in the state to receive its al
lotment of athletic equipment from
the Michigan Athletic Commission.
Thomas W. Bigger, chairman of the
commission, lives here. .
Cadillac The Consumers Power
Co. has been granted permission to
increase water rentals $20,000 yearly,
the city to stand 60 per cent of the
increase. The company petitioned for
an Increase of nearly $29,000.
Caro Richard Cudabba, sentenced
to seven to 15 years in Marquette
prison for robbing railway cars of
livestock, was caught by Mrs. Morris,
wife of the Bheriff, escaping from Jail.
He had sawed three bars of his Jail.
Kalamazoo City commission will
submit at the November election an
amendment to the present street rail
way ordinance which if approved will
authorize the Michigan Railroad Co.
to charge 10-cent fares, or four tickets
for 30 cents.
Holland George P. Hummer, head
of the West Michigan Furniture Co.,
in an address told employes that the
company lost $25O,J00 worth of busi
ness in the past six months through
cancellations and non-ship instruc
tions on orders.
St. Joseph Roy P. Johnson, Kala
mazoo, alleged gunman and leader of
a gang of bootleggerB operating
through Western Iv'ichigan, arrested
here on a charge of carrying concealed
weapons, Jumped his ball. His bond
of $2,000 was declared forfeited.
1 Ann Arbor The Ann Arbor Cham
ber of Commerce announced that W.
E. Hampton, grand keeper of seals
and records of the Knights of Pythias,
of Michigan, would bring his office to
Ann Arbor and the monthly magazine
of that organization will be published
Allegan William Vander Vere has
two pieces of furniture said to be of
great value as antique pieces. The
first he discovered in a vacated
chicken coop. The second was found
in a second-hand store. Both were re
finished and are said to show marve
Saginaw Village funds of Chesan
ing, which Byron G. Coryell, man
ager and chief owner of the defunct
Farmers' Exchange bank of Chesan
lng Is accused of embezzling, will be
made up by his bondsmen. The
amount is $9,000. Coryell Is now be
ing held In default of $5,000 bail.
Port Huron A trust mortgage for
$2,300,000 has been filed In the regis
ter of deeds .office here by the Port
Huron & Detroit railway, running to
the Security Trust company, of De
troit. The mortgage provides for a
20-year bond issue, and the proceeds
will be used in development of the
line. The railroad Is promoted by
Handy Brothers, of Bay City, whe
also constructed the Detroit Baj
City & Western line. It Is under
stood that a roundhouse will be bull,
and other additions made In this clt
by the railroad company.
RESERVE BANK REPORT FINDS
PUBLIC MORE EXACTING;
MORE PRICES DROP.
EFFICIENCY INCREASES OUTPUT
Housing Conditions Will Gradually
Adjust Themselves With Price
of Materials Reasonable.
Washl. tton. Price cutting has tak
en hold tf the wholesale trade to an
extent that soon must be felt sub
stantially in lower prices to consum
ers, according to the Federal Reserve
Board's monthly business review. Re
vival of the wave of price reduction
and its spread to many retail lines
was attributed to "a . more exacting
demand by the buying public as to
price and quality."
Retail purchasers are showing con
tinued determination to await a move
by dealers to meet those demands
whllo foregoing luxuries and semi
luxuries, reports to the board declar
ed. There was much evidence, the re
port said, of increased efficiency on
the part of labor and as a result pro
duction was on the increase.
Summed up, ' the board's findings
were that "business conditions now
are definitely on the road toward
stability of as great and confirmed
a nature as the disturbed position of
the world at large permits."
While housing conditions were rep
resented as being acute in all com
munities, the board's figures held out
hope for an early renewal of construc
tion. Material prices show the effect
of price cutting in other commodities
and "certainly have passed the peak,"
the review said.
WOMAN NAMED BY DEMOCRATS
Miss Catherine Doran Candidate For
Secretary of State.
Lansing. At the Democrat State
Convention, held in this city, Miss
Catherine Doran of Detroit was the
first candidate nominated. It was by
acclamation. The candidates named,
to complete the ticket headed by
Woodbridge N. Ferris and Frank A.
Picard, are as follows:
For Secretary of State Miss Cath
erine Doran, Detroit.
For State Treasurer Frank Saw
yer, Grand Blanc.
For Auditor-General Joseph H.
Bressette, Bay City.
For Attorney-General Walter L
For Justices of the Supreme Court
James H. Baker, Adrian, and Rob
ert E. Bunker, Muskegon.
The nomination of Mr. Bressette
for auditor-general upset plans of
certain state organization leaders to
indorse Oramel B. Fuller, 12 years
auditor-general by election as a Re
publican. The idea of these leaders
was that votes could be won by a
showing that the Democrats have
more confidence in conspicuous effi
ciency than in party label!.
PRICE CUT BRINGS SALES JUMP
Orders Increase 333 First Week After
Announcement of Reduction.
Syracuse. Orders for Franklin au
tomobiles Increased 333 per cent dur
lug the first week following announce
ment of a reduction' In the price, ac
cording to 11. H. Franklin, head of
He said the plant would resume
working full time immediately. It
has been on a four-day week schedule
for several months. More than 2,000
n-en who have been laid off were talc,
Mr. Franklin denied Henry Ford
had bought the Franklin plant or any
interest in it, and said he was not
even in communication with the De
BANK ROBBERS GET SENTENCES
Youths Giveyi From 5 to 15 Years
After Making Confession.
Grand Rapids. Two youths who
confessed to the robbery of the Ful
ton street branch of the Kent State
Bank and larceny of $35,000 were sen
tenced to the Ionia reformatory by
Superior court Judge M. L. Lunham.
The third was committed to the Jack
son state prison.
Melvin M. Rlngold, 19, assistant
manager, received from 5 years and
6 months to 15 years in the reforma
tory and William G. Chapp, alias Reg
gie Jackson, Detroit, was given from
6 to 15 years In that institution. The
court recommended the minimum
term for each.
I. W. W. Propaganda In Mexico
Washington A delegation of I.'W.
W. representatives is In Mexico City
conferring with labor leaders there
preliminary to a national campaign of
propaganda, according to advices re
ceived here from the Mexican capital.
George H. Davis is quoted as stating
that he and his colleagues had come
to Mexico for the sole purpose of
"counteracting the propaganda work
of the American Federation of Labor
representatives during their recent
tay In the capital.
LIVE STOCK DETROIT
Cattle Best heavy steers, $11.50
12; best handy weight butcher steers,
$9.50010.50; mixed steers and heif
ers, $8.5009.50; handy light butchers,
$7.50(8.50; light butchers, $607; best
cows, $8; butcher cows, $6.5007.50;
cutters, $5; canners, $404.50; best
bulls, $7.50; bologna bulls, $607;
stock bulls, $506; feeders, $709;
stockers, $607; milkers and spring
Sheep and Lambs
Best lambs, $13; fair lambs, $110
12.50; lght to common lambs, $508;
fair to good sheep, $5.5006; culls and
Mixed grades, $15.75010; pigs,
$14.75; roughs, $10; stags, $3.
Best, $18019; common and heavy,
$S01O; culls. $12015.
GRAIN AND FEED
Wheat Cash No. 2 red, $2.35; De
cember, $2.19; March, $2.16; No. 2
white and No. 2 mixed, $2.33.
Corn Cash No. 2 mixed, $1.15; No.
2 yellow, $1.20.
Oats Cash No. 2 white, 61c; No. 3
white, 59 l-2c; No. 4 white, 56 l-2c.
Rye Cash No. 2, $1.76.
Beans Immediate and prompt ship
ment, $5 per cwt.
Seeds Prime red clover, spot and
October, $14.50; December, $15; Feb
ruary, $15.25; cash alslke, $16.25; Oc
tober alsike, $16.50; timothy, $3.75.
Feed Bran, $45046; standard mid
dlings, $52053; fine middlings, $62;
coarse cornmeal, $54; cracked corn,
$56; chop, $52 per ton in 10O-lb sacks.
Hay No. 1 timothy, $31032; stand
ard, $30031; light mixed, $30 0 31;
No. 2 timothy. $29030; No. 1 mixed,
$29 0 3C; No. clover, $28029; rye
straw $14.50015; wheat and oat
straw, $13.50014 per ton in carlots.
Flour Fancy spring wheat patents,
$13.75014.25; fancy winter wheat
patents, $13.75014.25; second winter
wheat patents, $12.50013; winter
wheat straights, $11011.50 per bbl.
BUTTER AND EGGS
Butter Fresh creamery, 52 1-2
54 l-2c per pound.
Eggs Fresh candled, 64057c;
April and May storage, 50 1-2051 l-2c
FARM AND GARDEN
Plums $101.50 per bu.
Crabapples $2 0 2.25 per bu.
Bananas Good stock, 9c per lb.
Apples New Michigan, $101.25 per
Pears Bartletts, $2.7503 per bu;
smaller varieties, $202.50.
Grapes Dela ware, 75c per 84b bas
ket; Concord, 38040c per 6-lb basket.
Peaches Elberta, AA $2.5002.75,
A $2.2502.50. B $1.5001.75 per bu.
Cabbage 60075c per bu.
Green Corn 15020c per doz.
Mushrooms $101.50 per basket. '
Celery Michigan, 20030c per doz.
Tomatoes Homegrown, $202.25
Potatoes Michigan, $303.25 per
Dressed Hogs Light, 19021c;
heavy, 16018c per lb.
Lettuce Head, $202.25 per case;
leaf $101.25 per bu.
Dressed Calves Best, 25 0 2Cc; or
dinary, 23024c per lb.
Cantaloupes Rocky Fords, $101.25
per flat; Osage, $2.5003 per bu.
Onions Spanish, $2.5002.75 per
crate; Indiana, $202.25 per 100-lb
Live Poultry Broilers, 35036c;
Leghorn broilers, 30032c; hens, 340
35c; small hens, 32 0 33c ; specially fat
hens, 37038c; . roosters, 20022c;
geese, 18020c; ducks, 36038c; tur
keys, 40045c per lb.
Cucumbers, home-grown, $303.50
per bu; green onions, 9Oc0$l per doz
bunches; round radishes, 8010c per
bunch; green peppers, $1.2501.50 per
bu; parsley, 50 0 60c per doz; turnips,
$1.2501.50 per bu; new carrots, $1
01.25 per doz; green and wax beans,
$1.5001.75 per hamper; new beets,
$101.25 per bushel.
LIVE STOCK EAST BUFFALO
Cattle Dry fed prime shipping
steers, $15.50016.50; best shipping
steers, $13014; medium shipping
steers, $12013; best native yearlings,
950 to 1,000' lbs. $15016; light native
yearlings, good quality, $11.50012;
best handy steers and heifers, mixed,
$10011; western heifers, $9010;
state' heifers, $708; best fat cows,
$9.60010; butchering cows, $7,600
8; cutters, $607; canners, $3,500
4.50; -fancy bulls, $808.50; butchering
bulls, $6.5007; common bulls, $5.60
06; best feeders, 900 to 1.000 lbs.,
$809; medium feeders, $708; stock
ers, $607; light common, $5.5006.50;
best milkers and springers, $1000
125; mediums, $50 075.
Hogs Heavy ' and mediums, $180
18.25; yorkers, $18.25; pigs. $17.50.
Sheep Top lambs, $14.50; year
lings, $8.5009.50; wethers, $707.50;
Disapprove Big 5 8al Plan
Washington Objections to this en
tire plan suggested by the "Big Five"
Chicago meat packers for disposition
of their stockyard Interests were filed
by the Department of Justice. To
sanction the proposal of the packers
to dispose of their stockyard Inter
ests to a holding company to be
formed by F. H. Prince & Co., of Bos
ton, would mean approval of a viola
tion of the 8herman and other anti
trust laws, Atty-Gen. Palmer declared
in a formal statement.
tMriovED umroxM iminATiom
(Dy REV. I II. FITZ WATER, D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible In the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
&, 1920. Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 10
BAPTISM AND TEMPTATION OP
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 3:1; 4:1L
GOLDEN TKXT-Thla la my beloved
Son, In whom I am well pleased. Matt
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Luke 1:1;
4:13; Ileb. 2:13; 4:15.
PRIMARY TOPIC Jeaua Pleasing the
JUNIOR TOPIC Baptism and Tempta
tion of Jeaua.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
Jeaua Overcoming Temptation.
YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
Victory Over Appetite, Pride and Ao
tltlon. I. The Baptism of Jesus (3:13-17).
While the forerunner was discharg
ing his ofllce, the King' emerged from
hla seclusion at Naaareth and de
manded baptism at John's hands. The
Incongruity of this with the purpose
of baptism brought from John a pro
test, but Jesus' explanation was satis
factory, so John baptized him. Touch
ing Christ's baptism, note:
1. Its significance. (1) Negatively,
(n) It did not mean his own obedi
ence to the commandment of God, be
cause his entire life had been lived
entirely within the will of God. Not
a moment lntls entire life but what
was lived entirely In accordance with
the Father's will, (b) Not because be
had sin, for he was absolutely sinless,
harmless, uudeflled, separate from
6inners. This separation was so com
plete that even the devil coujd find no
occasion against him (John 14:30).
(2) Positively. Its significance Is
found in harmony with the central
purpose of his coming into the world,
which was to secure for his people
Folvaflon through dUh, burial and
2. Approval from the opened
heavens (vv. 10, 17). Immediately
following his consecration to his work,
Ilia heavens' were opened and the
Spirit came and a bod) upon him, fol
lowed by words of approval from the
Father. These all were essential for
the work upon which Christ now en
tered revelation (heavens opened),
Inspiration (dove abode upon him),
and approval (words from the Fa
ther). II. The Temptation of Jesus (4 ti
This temptation was the opening
battle of the dreadful conflict between
Christ and Satan. In this struggle,
1. The combatants. (1) Jesus Christ,
the Divine Man, now entering npon
his mediatorial work. He went imme
diately from the place of anointing
and heavenly recognition as the Son
of God to meet the arch-enemy of the
race. (2) The devil. "He was a real
person filled with cunning and malice.
2. The battle ground the Wilder
ness of Judea. The first man was
tempted in a garden with the most
pleasant surroundings and failed; the
second man was tempted In a bare
wilderness and gloriously triumphed.
8. The method of attack. Since as
our Redeemer Christ sustains a three
fold relationship, Son of Man, Stn of
God and as Messiah, each one was
made a ground of attack. (1) As Son
of Mr.n. This was a test of the reality
of his humanity to demonstrate rs to
whether the humanity which ho ob
tained through the Virgin birth was
real. The appeal was made to the
Instinct of hunger. Hunger Is nat
ural and sinless. Having been forty
days and nights without food, as a
normal man, Christ had a cravlnj ap
petite. While the appetite was not
sinful, to have satisfied It In a wrong
way would have been sin. (2) Son of
God. It was to test as to whether
this personality which had taken upon
Itself humanity, was divine. The
devil quoted from a Messianic Psalm
to get him to presume upon God's
care. God does care for his own, but
to neglect common precaution to do
he uncalled for thing just to put
God's promise to a test is to sin and
fall. (3) As Messiah. Christ's mis
Rlon as Messiah was to recover this
world from the devil. Now the devil
offers to surrender to him on the sim
ple condition that he adopt his
method, thus obviating the necessity
of the cross. The kingdoms were
really Christ's, and he knew that they
would ultimately become his. The
Inducement was to get Immediate pos
session without the sufferings of the
4. The defense the Word of God.
Christ met the enemy each time and
repulsed him with "It is written."
Each time he quoted from Deuter
onomy, the book which the higher
critics would discredit as reliable.
5. The Issue the enemy is com
Guided by Religion.
A nation that is guided by its re
ligion, that Is firm in Its ancient faith,
that looks beyond material exacti
tudes, may well hope to survive.
Mockery of religion, skepticism of
faith and scorn of beliefs In what
could not be proved havs brought
more than one nation to destruction.
-Newark Evening News.
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teeth, eager appetite and
digestion are only 5C a
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Watch Cuticura Improve Your Skin.
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cuticura Ointment.
Wash oft Ointment in five minutes
with Cuticura Soap and hot water. It
Is wonderful sometimes what Cuticura
will do for poor complexions, dandruff,
itching and red rough hands. Adr.
He Isn't that a beautiful girl?"
She Oh, yes I -She's vogue on the
outside and vague Inside Cartoons
of Society, during the past
seventy years have relied
upon It for their dlstln-
uished appearance. The
ft, refined, pearly
white complexion It
renders Instantly, Is
always the source of
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FOR SALE Good Ilva Hardware and Imple
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W. N. U, DETROIT, NO, 40-1920.
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Causes of Eye Strain.
The efficiency of the eye as a work
ing Instrument Is reduced materially
by the presence of a distracting ob
ject ln the field of vision, more par
ticularly If near to the eye and close
to the line of sight. Such objects are
the dark and prominent rims of'tor-tolse-shell
glasses, curved-eye shades
with dark linings, and the like. By
tending to cause the eye reflexly to
adjust for them rather than for their
work, these objects subject the eye to
unnecessary and harmful .muscular
strain, eye experts declare.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child Is having the best and most harm
less physic for the little stomach, liver
and bowels. Children love its fruity
taste. Full directions on each bottle.
You must say "California." Adr.
John, age five, had put In an un
pleasant evening trying to keep him
self amused, while his father and
mother were entertaining company.
The evening wore on with no one pay
ing any particular attention to John,
who, in desperation, finally approached
his mother and said:
"Mother, we'd better go to bed.
These people want to go home."
Catarrh Can Be Cured
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ
enced by constitutional condition. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
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