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' The city is deserted, a Sunday quiet reigns, """
' The thoroughfare are silent ways of peace; x
, Today men fight no battles for losses nor for gains,
Today they bid all business to cease.
The banners flutter idly upon the gentle air, ,
The doors are closed, the shops are hushed and dim
It almott seems the breezes with tender manners bear
The cadence of a low memorial hymn.
Come, let us seek the people, let us join in the throng '
That pays its gracious tribute lo the dead
Here in this great pavilion Is this a nation's song?
Kay, they are shouting: "Line it out!" Instead. "
Ten thousand folk assembled O, how such sights inspire!
But wait. They cheer no fallen heroes' fame.
They're here to see the pitcher send curves as they desirs
And win or lose a double-header game. h
Come, then. Ah, here are banners, and here are rolling drums,
And we hear trumpets sounding forth the tune.
' And see how vast and mighty the multitude that comes
To join the throng that's her this afternoon.
What's this? A switchback railway, a shoot-the-shoots, a dance,
And some one throwing balls to hit a mark.
This f; no celebration; we see that at a glance
It is a greatly crowded summer park.
Ah, here this loaded street car. We'll climb aboard and go 1
With all these passengers, for they no doubt
Are headed for a meeting that is designed to show
How patriots on such days should turn out.
But see, they all have baskets; let's ask them what they do. '
It's a picnic party on its way ...
To chase the greasy piggy and otherwise pursue .
The airy flight of pleasure for the day.
And here a crowd goes fishing; and all along this road
The autos speed with puffing and with toot
Each auto overcrowded with such a jolly load
Of people who at poor pedestrian hoot.
0,see the solemn people on yonder spro4 of green;
They walk with downcast eyes, until We think
At last the true observers of this day he has ecen
. , But they are playing golf upon the links.
The city is deserted: a Sunday quiet broods
Upon the erstwhile busy thoroughfares,
For all the population in laughing multitudes
Has fled to find relief from all its cares.
All save the graybeard remnant that falters np the hill
All pauses here and there a wreath to lay
Upon a mound where slumbers some hero calm and still
V. All of the rest "observe" Memorial Day. .
T SEEMS to make little dif
ference how small or how
great any engagement, a
little search among the
Grand Army posts will soon
discover some veterans who
have passed through it It
la perfectly natural, of course, that
there should be a number of New
York men who were In the front ranks
In forcing the famous Confederate re
treat at Antietam. An interesting
page in the stirring history, of this
great battle is supplied by John Kel
ley, ex-commander of Farragut post:
"We started the attack at daybreak,"
eald ..Mr. Kelley, In recalling the de
, cisive day. "The resistance offered
by the Confederates was amazingly
stubborn. The proportion of fatalities
HE American people honor
today those who fought
and those who fell in what
will ever be for this nation
the Great War.
The story of this war
will never grow old while
the republic endures. Since the last
ehot was fired a new generation has
arisen and another Is rising. Yet the
hoy of fourteen today is as keen to
Tead and speak of the Great Civil War,
as was his father twenty-five or thirty
It was different from other wars. It
was not fought for land or room or
to reach the sea, nor for an interna
tional position. Much less was it
fought for a dynasty or a personality,
or against any of these.
TEAMSTER A HERO
Had Orders from His Ser
geant to Stay Where He
, , Was, and Hs Meant
to Obey Them
, Of the 103 men of a Union battery
da a comparatively small engagement
Htt Missouri B4 were cannoneers. Of
jthnse 4R were killed or wounded over
88 per cent leaving an average xf
but one cannoneer able for duty to
(each gun. The drivers were consider
ably protected by the ridge where the
(guns we're and did not suffer much.
rBut of these there was at least one
idea hero John Dean. Just as the
iguns were being abandoned and all
Khe able-iBodled men were trying to
tsbve themselves. Deajn was seen;' by a
IfcomYade holding his team right where
stopped after hia piece had. been
irtftee inb battery. Dean's team was
Vn. leading one to tb limter. Two I
in the next few hours on both sides
was appalling. The fight went on
without interruption for five long
hours. Then ' came the retreat and
our decisive victory. We read about
the enemy's retreating in good order,
but my experience does not supply
any illustrations; certainly nothing
of this sort was seen at Antietam.
"When the break came it was all
one wild desperate scramble. In the
picture books the troops may retire
in regular column formation, with
every line straight and all the flags
flying, but in actual warfare it is very
different Our fire was withering, and
the Confederates ran for their lives.
We had como bo close together by the
end of the five hours' engagement that
in many places it amounted to a hand-to-hand
conflict. The enemy ran,
jumping, stumbling- over their dead
and the earthworks they had defended
a few hours before. And we followed
them so closely that in many places
the two lines intermingled. We ran
shouting, stumbling, over the rough
ground in a long straggling line, with
the 'careful alignment of our parades
all forgotten. It was a glorious vic
tory, but the field looked very little
like the conventional pictures of the
story books." New York Herald.
Pride is as loud a beggar as want
and a great deal more saucy.
The American Civil war presents
the unique spectacle of a conflict ar
raying a whole nation in arms for
Ideas for principles so firmly held
that both sides were ready to die for
them. It was the trial of the issue
between conflicting ideas of society
and government before the tribunal of
the God of Battles.
It was waged on both sides with a
zeal born of ' absolute conviction In
the righteousness of the cause. It was
waged until the victors had well-nigh
exterminated their opponents, as the
scars of the south after nearly half
a century still bear witness. And It
was the final Civil war for the Ameri
can people. They may disagree, and
disorderly factions may rise In arms.
But never again can they be so divid
ed as they were then. In a furnace
heat that tested human will to the
limit of endurance has been welded
their national unity.
The character of the conflict whose
glory and whose sorrow It recalls is
what makes our Memorial day a festi
val unknown to other nations. On
this day we honor, as we should, the
memory of the brave In all the repub
lic's wars. But we also celebrate as
that which gives to the day Its unique
and distinguishing significance and
that which sets us apart from all oth
er peoples the Great War that In very
deed truly made as well as saved the
or three horses of the six to this Um
ber were then dead or dying, and the
Confederates were very close and very
"hot." This comrade asked Dean
why he did not save himself as others
were doing. Dean replied: "My ser
geant ordered me to hold this team
right here, and by G d, I'm going
to do it or 'die till I get proper orders
to do something else." Next morning
he was found still holding hU team
right there with a death grip on his
bridles Dean stretched dead all
those six horses dead, but still hitched
to the limber. He sleeps under the
tree with the rest. . f
The Confederate reports of the bat
tle pay the highest compliment to
the battery. In his ofBcial report of
this battle Confederate General Price
in specially complimenting his Third
Louisiana and Third Texas regiments
for their prowess In changing this bat
tery, after noting their previous glori
ous record, says: "In this, the hard
eat, fought fight which I have ever wit
nessed, they well sustained their
bloodily won reputation, as Ui nccom-
I panying report ot killed and wcwuVtrf
Report of Measures Introdueed
and Action Taken.
444 4 t
Holds "Job" Bill is Legal.
In an opinion given, Attorney Gen
eral Hogan holds the Cetone meas
ure to take the state bureau of ac
counting away from the state auditor
and make a separate department of
it is legal.
It is understood the bill will be
pushed and probably passed before
Will Help Local Printers.
The senate passed Representative
Thomas' measure to require bills to
be printed in Columbus, instead of in
a neighboring city. The action will
enable solons to get printed copies 24
hours sooner than under the present
The Muhlbach house bill giving mu
tual insurance associations to insure
live stock permission to create small
surpluses also went through, under
rules suspension. ' - '
Senator Dore introduced and had
shoved through the senate a bill to
authorize all municipalities to abolish
grade crossings. At present only
Must Pass Money Bills.
Whatever luck has in store for a
dozen big bills and scores of little
ones, some measures must be passed
or the adjournment be rescinded. The
legislature cannot go home without
passing the money bills. The sen
ate finance committee has not re
ported the general appropriation bill
for 1911, and the amendments it will
offer will force the bill into confer
ence committee, with further delay,
after it has passed the senate. The
general appropriation bill for 1912 has
not been reported to the house and
must go through both houses and then
through conference committee.
Building Code Amended.
With amendments, put in by Sena
tor Bader, which allow cities which
have building departments to exercise
concurrent authority with the state
inspectors of workshops and factories
agents, the Donson building code
passed the senate by a vote of 25 to 4.
Kuhl, Krause, Johnson and Tod of
Mahoning voted no.
It provides regulations for construc
tion of public buildings, Are protection
of public buildings and a standard of
sanitary devices for all buildings.
House Approves Bills.
The lower branch of the legislature
passed bills providing councils of city
having no police judge by two-thirds
vote may appoint justice of peace po
lice justice; 'limiting total compensa
tion for probation officers in any
county to total of $10,000 per year;
defining term new teacher and mak
ing mandatory membership in pension
fund where such fund has been es
tablished; giving mutual fire insur
ance associations among shippers and
grain dealers right to accumulate
small surplus; prohibiting advertising
of enigmas or puzzle guessing con
tests for which premiums are offered;
requiring filing of plans for oil and
ga3 wells and requiring that hole
through coal seam shall be plugged
with cement to prevent leaks and gas
explosions; appropriating $25,000 for
Columbus centennial celebration, to
be held in 1912; providing privilege
of two-year high school course to hold
ers of Boxwell-Patterson certificates
be extended to first grade high
schools; to authorize street and in
terurban electric railway companies
to borrow money without regard to
capital stock; to repeal Fordyce right3
to Miami and Erie canal banks, "elec
Trading Stamp Bill.
Senator. Crawford's trading stamp
bill was the cause of a fuss on the
floor of the house. Minority Floor
Leader Langdon of Warren moved
that it be made i. special order.
Day arose to inquire the reason of
such a procedure.
"Because," said Langdon, "I am re
liably informed this is one of the
bills now under Investigation by the
Langdon's motion for delay carried
Harms Signs Measures.
Governor Harmon has signed the
following bills: Permitting county
treasurers to refund district sewer
taxes illegally collected; authorizing
erection of stone crushing plant in
connection with penitentiary; fr pur
chase or site for Perry s victory cen
tennial; prohibiting location of fish
nets on reefs; creating secretary to
warden of penitentiary; relating to
real estate titles by descent; provid
ing for more speedy removal of guar
dians and executors; relating to fore
closure of chattel mortgages.
Piano Fraud Bill Is Passed.
Representative Cooper of Mahoning
admitted that the Ohio Association of
Piano Dealers was behind Senator An
drews' bill to "eliminate fraud in
.newspaper guessing contests." It pro
vides the premium offered shall be
paid In money instead of in certifi
cates on a piano or near-piano.
' "The best piano dealers are behind
It," said Cooper. It has been found
the cheaper piano manufacturers have
made inroads on the business of the
others through the medium of the con
tests. In Committee's Hands.
The general appropriation bill for
1911 is in the senate finance commit
tee and the corresponding bill for 1912
has not been introduced In the house,
though It is ready for presentation.
Many big bills await action, most of
them by the senate. Progress was
made by the passage by the senate of
the i per cent tax rate limit bill.
Millions cf caterpillars are devastat
ing the valleys of Osage county. Ok
'ahoma. They are devouring every
cJkd of vegetation lp their path.
Bills Favorably Acted Upon.
The following bills have been acted
upon: In the Senate Passed Hollln
ger taxation code aftrr floor fight with
Republicans; teeth extracted in com
mittee are restored by amendments
introduced by Green. Adopted con
ference committee report on Green
employers liability bill; measure said
by labor leaders to be satisfactory;
house also concurs. Passed bill by
Scott making banks liable for forged
checks for only one year after date
of issue; is now ten. Passed bill by
Stambaugh, providing for female su
perintendent at girls' industrial home.
Passed bill by Brader abolishing
county boards of Infirmary directors.
House Defeated Fulton bill provid
ing for congressional gerrymander.
Passed Green bill limiting hours of
working women amended to ten per
day and 54 per week. Passed Green
bill providing for nonpartisan election
of delegates to constitutional conven
tion, with provision for pledges on
liquor questions by delegates. Passed
Connaughton bill . making 6,000 the
minimum population for a city. Pass
ed Friebolin bill correcting error in
act of 1906 fixing terms of common
pleas judges in Cuyahoga county.
Provides for election of five instead
of four Judges in 1912.
Canal Bill Goes Through.
Approval of the plan to build a ca
nal from Ashtabula, O., to Beaver, Pa.,
was given by the legislature, when
a bill was passed in the house, which
previously had passed the senate, and
which gives to the counties interested
the right to authorize bond issues to
float the proposition. Similar action
has been taken by the legislature of
Pennsylvania and West Virginia prior
to this time, and if the counties of the
three states vote the bonds, over $52,
000,000 will be spend on the project.
Allegheny county, Pa., probably will
agree to furnish one-half of this
House O. K.'s Bills.
House passed bills providing powei
for boards of education to purchase oi
lease real estate for playgrounds; au
thorizing sprinkler insurance and in
surance against theft and damage oi
automobiles by Ohio companies; fix
ing time for filing nominating primary
petitions and certifying nomination
of convention candidates; authorizing
mergers and consolidation of religiou!
bodies and the incorporation of cathe
drals, religious societies and boards;
giving water companies right to appro
priate raparian rights along lakes and
rivers; requiring supreme court to
state facts upon which is based deci
sion of each and every question sub.
mitted to the court; relieving banks
of liability to depositor for cashing
forged or raised check unless notified
by depositor that check is forged with
in one year of return of canceled
check or notice that canceled check
is ready for delivery; making care
lessness in starting cr causing a fire
which damages a building a misde
meanor and directing state fire mar
shal to investigate fires caused by
carelessness and a bill facilitating
Ohio creditors getting letters of ad
ministration on estate of nonresident
doing business in Ohio.
Both Branches -Pass Measures.
House Providing that persons com
ing into counties for temporary resi
dence, particularly college student?,
shall not be permitted to vote; grant
ing municipalities power to issue
bonds for constructing subways; ere
ating county boards of education, con
sisting of one member from each
school board in the county. County
board may appoint a superintendent;
temporarily extending terms of eity
auditors; creating a state highway de
partment, the governor to appoint a
commissioner at $4,000 per year; cre
ating state highway improvement
fund for furnishing and aiding in con
struction of state highways and pro
viding a tax levy of one-half of a mill,
will raise $3,000,000 annually.
Senate Providing protection oi
foxes; permitting children under 14 to
take part in charity entertainments;
permitting use of fair grounds for
park purposes; providing that salaries
of members of general assembly may
be paid in installments of $200 a
month during the first session and
second year at end of session; allow
ing chiefs of police fees for servicee
in slate cases; holding salaries oi
county commissioners to present rate;
Cleveland subway bill by Edwards;
authorizing county commissioners to
construct sewers outsido municipali
ties; abolishing all toll gates on na
tional roads; exempting Kelleys is
land from road and bridge tax; estab
lishing division of nursery and or
chard inspection in department ol
agriculture; defining crime of bucket
shop keeping; compelling railroads
to transport live stock at average rate
of not less than 15 miles an hour;
making teachers certificates valid
from September 1; giving judge oi
criminal court of Canton compensa
tion for state cases; compelling
courts to authorize women to accom
pany girls to Delaware home.
Decide to Adjourn May 31.
Concurrence by the bouse in sen
ate amendments to the Fulton resolu
tion fixed May 31 as the day of final
adjournment of the legislature. Re
cess from May 18 to the final day is
to be taken.
' Ditch Bill Beaten.
Convinced the measure was unfair,
the senate defeated the Browder
house bill relating to assessment on
lands for ditch building.
It would have made possible as
sessing of land not benefited
Syrup Bill is Beaten.
Because of the number of absen
tees, the house defeated Senator
00X68 bHl which was designed to give
Mrs. Armstrong, who sells a syrup
made similar in flavor to maple, legal
right to dispose of her wares In Ohfo.
The laws now forbid the sale.
Governor Dix of Nrfw Yerft sent a
leer to Speaker Frlsbie of the as
sembly urging the house to tak ac
tion on the pending income tax
amendment to the United States con
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War Minister Killed and Other
CABINET MAY BE REORGANIZED
Thousands Witnessed the Tragedy
Event Was the Paris-Madrid Race
President Taft Sends American
All France was plunged Into mourn
ing by an aeroplane accident, in
which M. Berteaux, minister of war,
was killed, and M. Monis, the premier,
was perhaps fatally injured, while sev
eral other distinguished men sustain
ed minor injuries.
The occasion was the start of the
Paris-Madrid aeroplane race for a
prize offered by a Paris newspaper,
and some of the most prominent air
men of Europe started In the contest
The deep interest manifested in the
event was attested by the fact that
several members of the cabinet, many
national and local officials, as well as
200,000 people, gathered at the avia
tion field, to see the start.
Berteaux Horribly Mangled.
Minister of War Berteaux was hor
ribly mangled. The propeller cut off
his left arm.
Premier Monis was buried beneath
M. Train was piloting the mono
plane that wrought such havoc. With
him was M. Bounier, a passenger.
Neither was injured. The machine
"VIVA LA PAZ"
Agreement of Peace Signed By Com
missioners Diaz and Corral Step
Down and Out.
Juarez, Mexico. Officially desig
nated representatives of the Mexican
government and the revolutionists
signed a peace agreement intended to
end the hostilities that have been
waged in Mexico for the last six
Though covering only the principal
points negotiated the agreement prac
tically records the concessions by the
government of those demands which
started on November 20 last armed
revolution in Mexico. Telegrams an
nouncing the signing of the agreement
were dispatched throughout Mexico
to revolutionary and federal leaders
Constitutional restrictions prevent
ed the inclusion in the greement of
the fact that the rebels would be per
mitted to suggest to various state leg
islatures the names of provisional
governors and likewise the fact that
six of the eight members of the new
cabinet have been chosen by the revo
lutionists. Four automobiles turned their
searchlights on the scene and when
the signatures were affixed the com
missioners of both sides embraced
joyfully while a small crowd that had
collected shouted: "Viva La Paz."
FOR SUMMER WHITE HOUSE.
Minnesota's Minnetonka Lake May Be
come a National Spot.
Washington. The proposition to es
tablish a summer White House on
Lake Minnetonka, near St. Paul and
Minneapolis, was received with favor
by President Taft. Representative
Nye, of Minnesota, told Mr. Taft he
would introduce in congress a bill ap
propriating money for a summer home
The president said that while this
summer's plans had been made, he
would be glad to occupy a Minnesota
summer White House next year, if
congress and the people of that state
should provide such a place.'
FLOUR MILLS BURN.
Loss Estimated at $150,000 Firemen
Overcome With Heat.
Ft. Wayne, Ind. The most costly
fire here in three years destroyed the
Mayflower Flour Mills. The loss is
The mill is owned by Solomon Bash
a i his sons and was one of the land
marks of the old Wabash and Erie
Canal days, being located on the Nick
el Plate tracks which occupy the old
canal bed. The cause of the fire was
probably spontaneous combustion.
Two firemen, William Brandt and
Fred Schultz were overcome with heat
but will recover.
The Biggest Yet.
San Francisco. Announcement was
made that the Great Western Power
Co. will build at Big Meadows a reser
voir that will surpass, in capacity the
Roosevelt dam and reservoir In Ari
zona and the Assouan dam in Egypt.
Filled Lamp With Gasoline.
Utica, Kan. Five daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Roach, ranging In
ages from 7 to 16, were burned to
death in a fire which started in the
Roach restaurant. The parents were
badly burned. The mother of the
young girls filled a lamp with gasoline
Cari, 111. This city was shaken by
three terrific blasts when two petro
leum and one gasoline tanks exploded.
No one was hurt. The cause has not
, Washington. Postmaster-General
Hitchcock has decided to designate
hereafter for a considerable time 100
additional postal depositories each
week. Among those selected which
will open for postal savings business
on June 19 are: Michigan City, Ind.;
Catlettsburg, Ky.; Canal Dover, Ohio;
Mioersville and Irwin, Penn.; Dyers
burg and Humboldt, Tenn.
Birmingham. Delegates from 18
states are gathered here for the fourth
national Good Roads Congress, uhlch
What Made Him SoT
Ha was a mass of bandages, the
result of a severe scalding, and when
be claimed to be "the tvst dressed
man in town," people wondered. The
explanation was easy. A prompt ap
plication of a Resinol ointment dress
ing to the raw flesh had given instant
comfort and relief from the pain and
suffering. It is the best dressing for
burns, scalds, cuts, wounds, felons,
carbuncles, and all skin abrasions.
It promptly allays Irritation and in
flammation and stops itching instant
ly. Resinol ointment cures eczema,
psoriasis, barber's itch, rash of poison
ivy, herpes, scald head and all skin
eruptions. Resinol ointment is free
from any injurious ingredient. It's
as good for baby as for the older mem
bers of the family. Resinol ointment
Is put up In opal Jars; price fifty cents
and a dollar. At all druggists. Resi
nol Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Wiggins Our daughter Mary's
Mr. Wiggins How do you know?
Mrs. Wiggins She refers to twi
light as the gloaming.
Next time you're out with friends,
and you're all wondering what you
can drink to quench the thirst some
thing that you'll all enjoy suggest
Everyone will thank you for an in
troduction to the most delicious, re
freshing and thirst-quenching beverage
that anyone could drink. It is cool
ing relieves fatigue and Just hits the
dry spot. At soda-fountains or carbon
ated in bottles 5c everywhere.
As to its wholesomeness write to
the COCA-COLA CO., Atlanta, Ga., for
a copy of their booklet, "The Truth
About COCA-COLA" compiled by au
A gentleman never snatches his
trousers away from his wife when he
discovers her going through his' pock
ets. He only hopes she will leave him
enough with which to go downtown in
the morning. He is perfectly welcome
to go through her purse any time and
help himself to anything he can find.
That is what married life means. A
man should not allow his feelings to
be ihurt when his wife runs across
loose change or a roll in his pockets;
he ought to play the game and take
such little conjugal pastimes for
To Pray for the Rich.
Two women prominent in St. Louis
have started a movement to induce
300,000 of their sex in the south to
pray every day for the rich. They ex
plain they hope by organizing system
atically groups of women who will pray
often and well for the more affluent,
wealthy persons will be led to contrib
ute to a fund for the evangelization
of the world. Belle H. Bennett, presi
dent of the woman's missionary coun
cil of the Methodist Episcopal church
south and Mrs. R. W. McDonnell are
the originators of the plan.
Employer I want a boy who is ab
solutely trustworthy. Do you ever
give business secrets away?
Applicant Not much, boss! I sells
Mrs. WinrtoWs Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the (rums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
The right kind of a decision today
will put powder in your gun for to
morrow. Garfield Tea cures constipation, keeps
the blood pure and tones up the system.
Don't let your money burn a hole
in some other fellow's pocket
IT. SINGLE STRAP BUGGY HARNESS
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LINES: TUUi-ln., spring ends.
BREECHING: l-ln. HIP STRAPS:
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Genuine must bear Signature
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Politician and Preacher.
A politician In a western state, long
suspected of crookedness and noted
for his shifty ways, was finally In
dicted and tried. The jury was out a
long time, but eventually acquitted
him. After the verdict was in and
the politician was leaving the court
room, a minister who had been in
part responsible for the Indictment
and trial approached the politician
and said: "Well, my friend, you have
escaped; but you bad a close shave.
I trust this will be a warning to you
to lead a better life and deal more
fairly with your fellow men."
"That may be," the politician re
plied. "That may be; but I ain't
pledged to any one." Saturday Even
Thess form one of the most severe
tasks in household work. When they;
are slacked up with grease and un
used food It Is quite a task to the one
who has to wash them.
Hewitt's Easy Task Soap solves
the problem. It Is a pure, white soap
which quickly releases grease and
dirt and saves at least one-half the
Pure food without pure dishes Is of
little avail, and Hewitt's Easy Task
should be a welcome occupant of ev
ery home. Five cents a cake.
A Redeeming Feature.
"Maud is a harem-scarum sort, isn't
"Yes, but her skirt isn't"
is the handiest
thing in the pan
try. It is pure and
always ready to
There is no
waste use as
much or as little
as you need, and
the rest keeps
longer than fresh
Gives fine results in
Tell your grocer to
tend Libby's Milk ,
When you buy a set of harness, re
member it's your money you are spend
ing, and insist on getting a harness that's
guaranteed. GEMCO Harness are sold
in your town at advertised prices. You
can identify them by the trademark
"GEMCO" on the box loops. Each set
is carefully inspected before it is sent
out, and then a tag is attached to It
signed by your dealer and by us, war
ranting the harness to bo without de
fect, either of material or workmanship.
Buy "GEMCO" harness and after the
factory shine is off you still have a har
ness. If any defect should appear your
dealer will make It good without expense
to you. If you want a style different
from that shown here, ask your dealer, or
write to us for free booklet, No. 611, and
mention your dealer's name.
THE CRAF-MORSBACH CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO
1003 Michigan Boulovanl