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12 1 THE WASHINGTON TOTES 9 TTmiSBAY DECEMBER 8 1910
NEW NEi RECORD if1ADE if1ADEBY
BY FARM PRODUCTS PRODUCTSYears 1 1Years
Years Value of A Agricultural AgriculturalOutput AgficuUuralOutput icullural iculluralOutput
Output Reaches Total of
8296000000 8296000000COffiJ 8296000000CORN 8296000000 8296000000CORN
CORN CROP LEADS LEADSWORTH LEADSWORTH LEADSWORTH
WORTH 1500000000 150070007000More 1500000000More 1500000000More
More Than 40000 Assessed AssessedIn
In Fines for Violation of ofFood 0 ofFood f fFood
Food Acts ActsA
A new record for C the would leas brae braeZcade 1 beamade
Dade and wealth almost airost mcomorciionsi mcomorciionsible incuaprehsndble eiMBsI eiMBsIble
ble produced fas the farm products of ofthe ofthe
the United ted States St M of this year declares declaresSecretary 41ec1are8Secretary declaresSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson IB his hisannual hisannual
annual report reportThe reportThe
The value of the agricultural productsfor products productsfor
for or the year i far ifaAldepw IMm HMM a sum whichhas which whichJias eh11as
has never Ibef before bttn bune reached by the theworld thefrm theform
form prod1ietII of flay eeuatI eD8IItl7 ill the tlIeI ther1d
I world r1d This is nearly twice the value vakteof valueof valveof
of the fan farm products pi de of this nation In
1889 only eleven eleven years ago In this thisperiod tItisperiod dohsperiod
period te says + ys the Secretary unexampled unexampledprosperity > annpled annpledprosperity
prosperity 1 has been enjoyed by the thefanner thermer thefarmer
farmer rmer wfaO w he has advanced adsaoed hi Intelligence in intelligence m1ellIg ¬
telligence 1ellIg nce te economic iadepefde Independence Independenceand Ieadeaceand ce ceand
and Knowledge of agriculture agricultureEaetamss a IcuItureEJHtDIUMI agricultureEae
Eaetamss Eae > et Cern Crepe CrepA CrepeA CropA
A sum sutn sufficient to cancel the interest Intere8tbearing interestbearing t tbearing
bearing debt of the United States Sb es to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy all the gold J Jd and silver mined in allthe all allthe anle
the le countries UDtrIe of the world iw IM JMI and andS121 aDd1ea andleave
leave 1ea pocket money for thefanIters the foragers he hesides be besides
sides 16 rq repreeug II in tile corm erase of c cj136LeSO
S121 j136LeSO 11381 81M buaheia b with a value vattW aIM of of6IFoto00O61
IOMOa0M 100 5 The South hreaays fee feethis tt ill pro producing
ducIng an iDere increasingly 1y l large e share are oC oCthis ofthis
this crop cropThe cropThe cropThe
The cotton crop value Tal alue is estimated e at at0tWO att9IO atdwaige
t9IO dwaige > 0tWO OO8 the hay ha crop at 7 S7i0OSlOOO 7 ft e an anamount 1lanlOJnt anamount
amount which has been exceeded but butonce butnc butonce
once nc the wheat crop at 62OOGfltt as The Thefifth The211th
fifth 1 fth crop Is oats oau with a value of orlliOOOO 5380 5380MKjOOO S3B0toOo
MKjOOO potatoes are next Dt with a production pro production pmdUtlon ¬
duction of 3287S4MO 8s atoi z1OO bushels Next ext in inorder Inrdtr Inorder
< order rdtr are beet sugar cane sugar to tobacco to toTiacco tolaeo
bacco Tiacco barley tan ax seed rye rice and andJiops aDd110ps andI
Jiops I ops
1 1Ferei IForeign
Foreign Ferei Trade Tra e Declining DecliningThe DeclimngThe DecliningThe
The balance of trade te favor ef e thernited the theVnited tilernited
rnited States hi tb foreign t fore trade In teiarm Infarm Infarm
farm products is s declining being only only9090se3 only09oXS
1 9090se3 090szs as compared COID to 88W7t7 t147W m mISOS ft ftlcS In1e
ISOS 1e The value of the exports was i1 i117i677 ii1 871
37 17060 4 in Idle hX Cotton hi the principal principalItem prl dpalHem prlndpetitem
Item in the export trade trade with packing pacJdngLouse pack1Dglouse packinghouse
Louse products grain and grain products prod products prod1icts ¬
ucts tobacco oil and oil cake products productsiriuts pr productsInuts ucbr ucbr1ruit
iriuts t and live animate te the order oldernamed ordernamed onIernamed
named namedThe namedThe f fThe
The imports of agricultural products productshave X1HbIctshay productsltaye
have hay > cqu constantly antIy t17 teaeased since themiddle the themiddle tilemiddle
middle of ottJte < the he nineteenth century ceIlUIIY5Ys ceIlUIIY5Yst says saystie saystie
tie t 1e Secretary when they formed 2S 2Sj SItfr S Srwr
j Itfr > er cent of our total imports to ISM ISMwhen DII DIIhen Ili1when
when hen the percentage te 44 per cent eeDt The Theprincipal The1rindPal Theprincipal
principal items of agricultural imports importsare importsale importsare
are packinghouse e products mostly mostlyJiiues mo mostlyices
Jiiues 11 ices i es sugar molasses coffee silk silkwool silkWool silkwool
wool fibers tacco and fruits Impor Importation Impor1ation Importation ¬
tation of fixes products reaches its itshishwa4 itshi Itshighwater
hishwa4 hi hwawr r mark in IMO with a a total totalvalue totalValue totalvalue
value of I l7951081i l7951081iWeuhd I7 fiIO fiIOW < aAi aAiWeald
Weald W e1 d 3 Xeep eep Inspection InspectionProtest n pectiOnProtest InspectionProtest
Protest fe made l 1i y Secretary WJIenagainst Wilsonagainst Wilson WHetmagainst
against any movement to take away awayfrom awayrom awayfrom
from the Agricultural tual Department the theinspection theInspectlon theInspection
inspection tevelved in in the enforcement enforcementof enfor + t tof
of the pure food and cI drug acts and andthe aadthe andthe
the meat inspection law Such a achange achange achange
change he declaree would be detri detrimental detdmental dotimental ¬
mental to the department and to the thefarmers thetarmers thefarmers
farmers and packers without gain to tothe tothe o othe
the public publicMore publicMore publicMore
More than 484IM 4M9 was assessed in fines finesin finesjn finesin
in the enforcement ea orcement of these acts acts says saysthe saystht sayslire
the Secretary and 1738 prosecutions prosecutionsconducted pro eeuUoosconducted prosecutionsconducted
conducted more than twice as many maayas JRIUlyas manyas
as last year Hundreds of tons of ofTnifbranded ofmJsbraJMled ofriIbraneed
Tnifbranded foods and drugs were wereseized wereseized wereseizedd
seized ddany cases were prosecuted prosecutedalso prO CCUteda150 prosecutedalso
also under the Forestry Service regula reguolions regulations reculations ¬
tions the care of cattle In transition transitionacts tnmsItIonacts transitionacts
acts and live stock quarantine laws lawsIn JawsIn lawsIn
In the inspection of meats 2 per cent centof centor centof
of the animals were condemned Tuber Tuberculosis Tnbercwosis Tuberculosis ¬
culosis was the principal cause for con condemnation condemnation condemtlatlon ¬
demnation among hogs and cattle cattlePacking cattlePaddng cattlePacking
Packing house conditions have im improved im7roved imTroved ¬
proved it is stated though 19COOC04 19COOC04pounds 1tO LLrjIOOOpounds > oot ootJOunds
pounds of meat r food products wereconde werecondemned were werecondemned
condemned conde during durin the year The cost costof eostC costof
of C the inapecton m pectoo for or the year was wassaswoco WS940OCO
saswoco 940OCO
940OCOCampaign Campaign Successful SaccessfalMost SRCCessfaLX08t SuccessfulMost
Most gratifying results have attend attended attended attended ¬
ed the demonstration campaigns of edu education educatlon education ¬
cation among the Southern farmers fannerssays farmersIIYS farmersnays
says the Secretary Especially E has this thisbeen thisbeen thisbeen
been the case in the fight against agais ot the theboll theboIl thetoil
boll weevILIn weevilin weevil weevilIn
In the New England States the Bu Bureau 1311reau Bareau ¬
reau of Entomology Entomo has made maden progress progressin progressin
in n its efforts to control co and eradicate eradicatethe eradicatehe eradicatethe
the he browntall moth The fight his hisbeen hssbeen hisbeen
been carried on in cooperation e with10cal withlocal with withlocal
local authorities The importation of ofraoth ormoth ofmoth
moth parasites has greatly aided in thiswork this thiswork thl5WOrk
WOrk WOrkThe workThe work workThe
The average ae annual profits roots from a asingle ae asingle
single e ngle cow CO have been raised from fromto LoU LoUto 343 343to
to 48 S4In 4282 in four years by the aseoeiatiozwfor associations associationsfor as oeIatJons1or
for the cooperu cooperative ive testing of cows cowswfcioh coWSich cowsieh
wfcioh + ich have been formed says Secretary SecretaryllsoD
Wilson llsoD fiftyfive FiCq ve of these associations associationsar 3s odationsart
ar art now no active The score card systemof system systemof lor
of dairy inspection recommended by thedepartment the thedepartment thedepartmeat
department is wrovtesr successful in 117 117cities ll1cities 117cities
cities it is stated statedObject sttedOeject staledObject
Object Lessen Roads RoadsFiftyfive RoadsFlrtytl4 RoadsFiftyfive
Fiftyfive object lesson roads con coaRtrocted ORItrne conStructed
Rtrocted Itrne In cooperation with the departments de departments de departments ¬
partments Bureau of Public Reads have havedone havedore havedone
done much te instruct communities eon in tethe intlte Inthe
the art of rAW bonding buI aDd stimulate stimulatetne stimulatethe stimulatethe
the interest te good highways ways says the theSecretary theefreUry theeeretar
Secretary eeretar y The its asaIslUII eats of engi engineers eogiDers engineers ¬
neers of the bureau breu u In connection eo withroad withr with withroad
road r d problems throughout IkVOU bOIt the country countryhas COUJIttyhas countryhas
has increased lnereasedto to nearly double the nara naraTer num1r
nuns1
Ter er of last lastExtPnSive year yearExtensive yearExtensive
Extensive experiments exper1 Ieats + eats te the corrosion corrosionof
of iron and steel IIteel in oilcement oII concretend concrete concreteind COBCretend
ind nd in irrigation methods have been con condKtefl CODld condx
dKtefl dx ld ted dtsrmje d the year yearLives yearLiyfS yearLives
Lives of t r e 0e persons and property to totlit toth tothr
tlit th value alne of OMMO a U01 it were saved hy the thestorrr thetn thestorm
storrr tn warnings na as of the Weather Bureau Bureauirr B Bateauin reau reaua
irr a single hu Ie instance h itis > fe declared The Theservice Then Theservice
service n has been enlarged a lated and the Secretarv Sec Secretary S Srtlrv ¬
retary states 5tat Its value to the public has hasfceen hasn hasbeen
been n Increased tecreasedWilson edWilson IncreasedWilson
Wilson Issues Report ReportOn ReportOn ReportOn
On Tuberculin TesfttMort Tesf TesfMort Test5l Test5lMort
Mort Mort than IS per cent JI of the cattle cattlebrought cattlebrougbt cattlebrought
brought irto k to the District of Columbia Columbiaduring CoIuDlbladuring Columbiaduring
during the last year reacted to the tu tubercuMn tuberculin tuberculin
berculin test aec sti opting 4lsg to the state statement statement statement ¬
ment of Secretary of A Agriculture siaskure e Wil Wilson WiIFOR Wilson ¬
son te h his his aDDualleP annual report today todayOf todayor todayif
Of if these 9S5 9is 5 per cent showed tuber tuberruiosfe t1lbertuJosb tubattloshs
ruiosfe en postmortem examination examinationThe examinationThe tIo1l tIo1lThe
The killing kintn of the cattle condemned laDed was wasdone wasdon wasdone
done don under un fr the supervision su suupa vision w a of the of officers oCfi offieYrs ¬
ficers fi 1I 4 of f the th dfpartment and the oar oarers OWers ownens ¬
ers we were re e reimbursed reimbursedIt
It is declared the intention to continue continuetesting COIItiaaetfstmt continuetesting
testing all cattle MittJ brought into the Din District DItrict Dintict ¬
trict Herds r will iII also be retested at atIntervals UInten2 atirtervas
Intervals Inten2 the > Secretary SNreta ry states atfS He te tetnfla 16fDft Iscfnfld
tnfla < fDft > tnt ti t if t n1 hs t procedure I is con contirTie COIItirT1eC codttrrte
tirTie f r a r i a t > rab ralo imp it wit re res result e euU
s sult = ult I i onii mite n jt te eratilcatlon eraGkat on of f tH tHbere tIIberaic tmberit
bere beraic iLi3 > i3 Iicai cattle in the District
Districtr r
MT RAINIER MURDER MURDERTHRILL MURDERTHRILL
THRILL IS AT AN lN END
lCharIes Charles Laupp Quickly Qu ckly Ex Exonerated Exonerated Exonerated ¬
onerated of Responsibility Responsibilityfor
for Brothers Death DeathCharles DeathCharles DeathCharles
Charles Laupp proprietor of the thsRams theRams theRams
Rams Horn Inn Is free freeBvery freeBveIY freeBvery
Bvery witness called by the State to tosubstantiate tosuHtantlate tosubstantiate
substantiate the charge that Robert RobertLa RobertLauptt RobertIaupp
La Lauptt nn brother of the accused did not nottdie not1 not1die notcIIe
die by 11 his own 0 hand aD June 35 test Jast gave gaveevidence j jevidence I
evidence en ence pointing uamfetakabiy te ant antaid sui suiIeIde j jeide
eide aidPotts I IP
eidePotts Potts P Hall in Mt It Rainier Md where whereJustice I Icrowded
I
Justice Robert Eo E Joyce held court was wascrowded wascrowded
crowded to its capacity c And this thisthrong thistIuo thisthrong
tIuo throng crowding through f windows wi and andpressing andJMMStng andpresedag
pressing on the floor themo theiR eIve elves narnewly nari narirowly nar narrewJ +
newly rewJ escaped being helD the instruments of ort oftheir i itheir
their t own destruction de Weakened W kettfMI by the thegreat thegret thegreat
great weight weig lt on it a twelvetech square squarebeam squarebeam squarebeam
beam supporting the hoer snapped snappedMen snappedXen snappedMen
Men rushed to the basement to prop propup propup propup
up the broken beam and steady stea the thetrembling thetrembling thetrembling
trembling floor Justice Joyce J e ordec ordered orderedthe rdezedthe Id Idthe
the courtroom cleared to relieve tne tnei tnestrain tfteualn e estraits i
strain on the floraBut flora fioorBut AGorBut
But upstairs many maR couples were wereaJM weredancing I Idancing
dancing and try as he would Justice J JusticeJoyce tice ticeJoyce j jJoyce
Joyce was unable te clear the upperroots upperroom
room TOOmSo So with the witnesses ranged as asnear asnear asnear
near ttte watt as possible ble and the nn nnsecure unecure nesecure
secure space In the center of the roomvacant room roomI roomvacant
I vacant vacant the hearing went on onAt DAt onAt
At the conclusion when Justice Joyce Joycedismissed Joycedilsmi Joycedismissed
dismissed iHd Charles Lawpp from custody custodyhe custodYhe custodyhe
he declared the whole wh e affair to but mind mindhad mindba4l mindhad
had been beena a case of magnified neighbor neighborhood neighborhood j jhood
hood hoodThe gossip gossipThe
The substance of the testimony te t1mo y not notonly notnly notonly
only failed to substantiate su the rumors rumorsborhoed rumorswhich mors morswhich I
which have beeR current In the theborhoed neigh neighborhood
borhoed for many months but showed showedabsolutely j jabsolutely
absolutely ab that thatNo tIItNo thatNo I
No man was seen to Jump from an anupper anupper anupper
upper window of the Rams Horn Innj Innjshortly Inn I II Ishortly
I shortly before the body Bed was found foundThe foundThr
The Th differences between the two broth 1KOthi brothers I I Iers
i ers never er were wele mere than of a MOmen MOmentao momentary 1 1CharilAapp
tao character characterLa r
i CharilAapp Charles La Laapp p never bit his brother brotherRobert wolberI brotherwith
I with a beer bottle tore up cards thatRobert that I IRobert
Robert had had printed or threatened threatenedhjS I
hjS Mf Hfe life 6 or that a woman killed Robert RobertJustice RobertIAapp Robertupp
IAapp upp uppJustice
Justice Joyce could have nave terminated terminatedthe trmlnatedthe ttrrntnatedthe I
the hearing with the testimony of Dr DrGuy DrGuy DrGuy
Guy W Lattaicr of Hyattsville who whoi I
i
FARMERS F DpNT DONT GET GETTHE GETTHE GETTHE
THE EXTRAS EXTRKS ON FOOD
Secretary Wilson Says Dis Distributers Dismbut Distributers ¬
tributers mbut rs Are to Blame Blamefor Blamefor Blamefor
for Prices PricesIn
In eoRctadia a discussion of the high Mghcost highcost hit1 hit1co
cost of living Secretary eC f Agriculture Agrleutt1IreW AgricultureWilson j jWflsoa
soB in his annual r repot > = t 41ecl 41ecleJDJIIatJcHy dedaentpbaticahy ecter ecteret
et eJDJIIatJcHy ifcatlcaHy that a the e eno c o56s snorer mer er has JtasDO hasno
no weilgro1Jnded wdlsro n led complaint against the theram t thefarmer e efnller
ram farmer er for the prices that he pays paysBy JJysBy paysBy
By Inference the Secretary who Is Iswell iswell iswell
well known for his re re 4laeee to defend aefendthe eCeldUte defendthe
the farmer places the responsibility for lorth torthe forthe
th the high prices of foodstuffs upon themiddlemen the themiddlemen themiddlemen
middlemen the distributers and the re retalters re reHe retaIls
taIls He shows by quotation of ofprices ofprices ofprices
prices that the farmer retfeit es on an anaverage anaerage anaverage
average about half of the price which whichthe whichthe b1ch
the consumer pays for fete products productsThe productsTJle productsThe 1
The consumer must work out t his own ownsalvation O Osalvation ownsalvation
As aremedy a aremedy
salvation the Secretary declares I Ireme4y
remedy cooperative < h buying yteff direct from rem remthe i jthe ithe
the producer Is t suggested suggestedTn oggeetedIn
In n seventyelgh cities in the United Unitedrkmlture UDlte4States UnitedStates I
States In whIch tle t le Department of Ag Agriculture
the thefarmer thefarmer thefarmer
carried investigations
rkmlture on investigaiionef
farmer received a scant onehalf of o the theconsumer theprice thelie
price per quart of milk paId by the thernutanxner I Iconsumer
railroads railroadsshare railroadsshare
to the retailer The
consumer cent the remaining inimr 43 43share 433per w wper I Iper
share is 7 per
per cent going to the t e distributors distributorssays 4s buters j jtlufsame Ii IiIn
In regard to milk the Secretary etrly etrlyfurther says SlLYsfurther
routes routesof routesof
further that the dupllc8UoB of
of retailers by which one ml milk W8bOIlI W8bOIlIserves wagon wagonserves
few cU5tom custoutOa s in g aide area areawhile rea reawhile
serves a i ithe
lOng alongthe
while other wagons are passing
tlufsame the same route is a great t waste oC oCeffort oCeffort ofeffort
effort and expense expenseOn expenseOn expenseOn
On Poultry and Eggs EggsUttle EggsLittle EggsLittle
Little more than half of the con consumers consumers consumers ¬
sumers price Is received by the farmer farmerfor farmerfor farmerfor
for poultry for effgs egg S the farmer farmer Jets Jetses gets getsper
69 peV per cent of the consumers price for forcabbage forcabbage forcabbage
cabbage 4S S per cent t when It Is sold by bythe bythe y ythe
the pound poundThe poundThe poundThe
the head and S Per cent by
The apple grower growerthe bets iF per cent of ofthe I Ithe
Is by bythe bythe bythe
the last price when the purchase 1Urc ase
the bushel and 66 per cent by the bar barrel barI barIrei barrel
rel the strawberry grower receives 49 49per 41cent
per cent of the consumers price to pur 1 1chases t
Aarchases chases by the quart q1l rt and W per ceotj ceotjfarmer coot cootby centby
by the crate For his onIons the theI thefarmer
farmer gets 23 3 per cent of the con conccntr consumers consunsets
I sumers sunsets price for hIs oranges 9l per pelI percent
cent for melons 58 per cent for string stringbeans stringbe8nS stringbeans
I beans 88 per cent and for watermelons watermelonsTheCfarmer
31 per cent centThe centThe
TheCfarmer The farmer supplies the capitajMTor capitajMTorand capital tot totproduction forproduction
production aS SecretarY Wilson WIIeonand Wilsonand
and takes the risk cf f loss his his crops cropsare cropsare cropsare
are at the mercy of droughts dtlu bts and flood oodbet I
heat and cold to say nothing of nox noxious BOXJous noxloos ¬ =
ious Insects and blighting diseases H He HesupplIes Hesupplies
supplies hard hard unremitting labor 1b A Adegree Adegree
degree de ee and range of Information informa informaintelligence and andIntelligence
Intelligence are demanded hardly i1 i1led efl 118l 118l1ed al
led In any other occupation occup tlon Then Thenthere TIleDthere Thenthere
there te the risk of overproduction and anddisastrously 1100disastrousy anddisastrously
disastrously low prices pricesAdded prlcesAddel pricesAdded
Added to by Roads RoadsWhen RoadsWhen
When the products are started on ontheir set1
their way to the consumer the rail railroad IaDroad railroad ¬
road adds a percentage 1 rccntle of Increase l o ee t tthe te tethe tothe
the farmers prices priceS that Is not large largeAfter IargeAfter largeAfter
After delivery the products are stored storedfor storedfor
for a time measured d into various re retall retail retali
tall quantities and the dealers are rid ridof ridoC ridof
of them as soon as possible The deal dealers deelelS dealera ¬
ers have risks that are comparatively comparativelyFree compuativ comparativcyFree j jFree
Free FreeA I IRheumatism
i
Rheumatism RheumatismCure
Cure CureA i iA i
A Home Cure Will Be Given GivenFREE GivenFREE GivenFREE
FREE By One Who Had It ItIa ItIs ItIn
Ia the spring of IBM 1 I was attacked by i
Hjtecolar Jl ecular and Infianoaaiery Inaa ratsry Rheumatism KbentnatlsmI
I suffered as o only ly these who bare it itknew ItkRew Itknow
knew for over three years I tried rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy after remedy and doct doctor r after doc doctot doetor i itor I
tor bat sue relief as s I received reoeledW8S reoeledW8S0I teas wasonly teasonly
only temporary temper porry t y Ftnally I found a rem reined remedy ¬
edy ed that cured me completely and it has hasnever baser hasnever I
never er retarred 1Irnej I bav 1Ia have given 6Iv It to a aamber aDamber anumber
amber who were W terribly afflicted and andeven andbe andeves
even beflrMdea with Rb RMumatI8m ozaattem and It Itremedy JteGected IteQected
eGected a cure la even case caseI caseI
I wntse 4 a tree ttIal oC this tllbremedy pseuds pseudsremedy
remedy by ay man melt po po tp M t W any sufferer suffererwho auaererwho suSererwho
who wrttesfor wrltes for it it Jtisc an set t UM coupon eooponb couponbelow
b below iow and naH H t te Me e today todayMark tMaYM tedasdark
Mark M k H Jaeksoa kBOD Ko e M 1M Janes street streetSyracuse 8 streetSyracuse et ete
Syracuse e X Y TMr YOri YMr
Mr Jaoksen Ori Is responsfMe Above Aboveitatetnect Abovestatenect bove
itatetnect true treePub treePubName Pab PabName
NameAdlrem Name NameAddress IRe IReA1J
Address eu ii j
j I
CHARLES LAUPP LAUPPma LATJPPmade LAUPPmade
made ma 1f < the examination < of th the body Dr IWLatinur DrLatim DrLatimer
Latinur Latim r de8Crlbt < l cribtu tin th wo wound nd in th thmouth the themouth themouth
mouth and declared he could cou1 see noth nothJacob nothmr nothlug
mr 1ft the case but suicide suicideJacob suicideJacob
Jacob Schuter user Ier he witness wlt for fortlte fortlteState the theState he heState
State on whoae w testimony s > muck mu k isps ispsba 9SMUIfJd n S Sbased
ba based nd by fne State save evW evWenea evWenealrel evklencotirely nc eii eiitirely
lrel tirely in favor of Laupt Lauptd LauppDr I aupp auppDr
Dr Orndort O of HyitusviUe who ooo oooHepta conducted
d ducted an examinahxt m on behalf of t tHepta the theHeptasophs
Hepta Hepta oplJs opixs declared d lar he found nothing nothingto
to place blame 1 1ame on anybody and that he hehad bebad hehad
had no reason to believe Robert Laupp LauppdNth s sdeath sdeath
death was other than selfInaieted 3elflftftlctWhen selfInflictedWhen selfInaietedWhen
When Charles Laupp was discharged dischargedfrom dischar discharfrom discharged dischargedfrom
from custody the applause e showed thatthe thatthe that thatthe
the outcome of the hearing 1tear1 w was wasLaupp s poyikir poyikirLaupp pegnisrLaupp
Laupp was represented repre eated by At AtUjra AtUjraRobert r 3T 3TRobert 7d 7dRobert
Robert W Wells and George P Hfeovcr
High Food Explanation of ofSecretary ofSecretary o f fSecret
Secret Secretary Wilson WilsonConsumer WilsonC WilsonConsumer
Consumer C IlS1n1er has no wellgrounded com complaint complaint coinplaint ¬
plaint against the farmer for the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high prices he pays paysFarmer paysFarmer paysFarmer
Farmer Farmer receives on an average averageahent averageage1t averageabout
about 50 per cent of the price pricepaid pricepaid pricepaid
paid for his products by the consumer con conResponsibflity consumer
sumer sumerResponsibility sumerResponsibility
Responsibility for the high prices pricesof pricesI pricesof
of foodstuffs placed pI aced upon the dis distrilraters distrlbtlters distributers
I
trilraters tributersProblem trilratersProblem trlbtltersProblem
Problem up to the consumer for so solution solution solution ¬
lution cooperative buying direct directfrom directfrom directfrom
from the farmer suggested as asbest asbest asbest
best remedy remedysmall remedy8IDI1 remedysmall I
small except credit cr t sales and grow growout growout growout
out of their trying to do an amount of otbusiness of1tusInes8 ofbusiness
business which is small red comp to totheir totheir totheir
their number numberThy numberWhy numberWhy
Why Thy do not consumers bay directly directlyfrom directlyfrom directlyfrom
from the farmers the Secretary asks asksHe asksHe asksHe
He cites the tDeexampie example of the English E glieh in incooperative IncooperatiTe incooperative
cooperative buying tMI Aside from buy ¬
ing associations maintained by farm farmers farmers farmers ¬
ers he says 8 hardly any exist in this thiscountry thiscou thiscountry
country It Is apparent apparen he says that thatthe tluLttlte thatthe
the eoasmner has much to de to work workoftt workoflt workot
oftt ala own salvation la regard to thehi the thehigh tDehigh
high hi ii prices prtces be pays paysProduction 18Prociucti9D paysProdudiyn
Production per acre Is beginning besin toovertakeincrease to toovertakeyHncrease toovertakeJncrease
overtakeyHncrease of people it is de declared de declared dedared ¬
clared These figures are compiled on onthe onthe onthe
the basis of the births and deaths and anddo aDddo anddo
do not toe de th immigration statis statistics stadlt1cs statistics ¬
tics The Secretary expects to see still stillra stilimere stillmare
ra mere re rapid IncreEse in production productlonper productlonperMarried per peracre pertare
acre acreMarried
Married by Casket CasketRAVENXA CasketRA CasketRAVENNA
RAVENNA RA VENNA Ohio Dec S 5Miss Miss Addle AddleChapman AddleChapmn AddleChapman i
Chapman of Rootstown Roo town near here and andGlenn andGlenn andGlenn
Glenn Eo E Colton after one of the most mostpeculiar mostpeculiar mostpeculiar
peculiar marriages ever performed in inthis Inthis inthis
this State have left tt this city for a short shortweddin shortw shortwedding
wedding w weddin tour They eY were married yes yesterday yesterday es estrday ¬
terday beside the casket of Mrs Irs Col Coltons Coltons Coltons
tons dead mother mothE r the latter having ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed a desire desie that the ceremony ceremonyshould ceremonysoou1d ceremonyshould
should take place there thereSkin thereWONDERFUL there0NDERFULURE
WONDERFUL 0NDERFULURE 0NDERFULUREI CURE CUREOF
OF OFSORE SORE HANDS HANDSSkin I i
I
Skin Peeled and Flesh Got Hard and andBrokeBlood i iBroke iI
I Broke BrokeBlood Blood Flowed in Fifty FiftyI
I PlacesSingle Places Single Box of Cu Cuticura Gut Cuticura
t ticura Ended Suffering SufferingAbout SufferingPI SufferingAbout
I
I II About eleven years ago I was ag trou troubl troubled 1 1bled
bled bl with sore hands so sore that when whenI
I would put them them in water the pain painwould pRinwould painwould
would very nearly set me crazy the skin akinwould skinWould skinwould
would peel off and the flesh would get gethard gethard gethard
hard and break There would be blood bloodflowing j i j
flowing from at least fifty places on oneach oneach oneach
each hand Words could never tell the thesuffering thesuffering I
suffering I endured for three years Itried I
tried everything that I was told to usefor use usefor usefoc t
for fully three years but could get no norelief norclief norelief
relief I tried t ed at least eight different
doctors but none of them theseemed seemed to todo todo todo
do me any good as my hands were as asbad asbad asbad
bad when hen I got through doctoring as aswhen aswhen aswhen
when I first began I also tried many manyremedies manyremedies manyremedies
remedies but none of them ever did me moone meone meone
one cents worth of good I Itas was dis dis discouraged discouraged
couraged and d heartsore I would feel feelsa feelso feelso
so badmornings bad mornings when I got up to think thinkI
I had to go to work and stand the pain painfoc painfor
for ten hours and I often felt like giv giving giving giving ¬
ing upmy up upmyposition upmypositionBefore my position OSitionU > positionBefore
U Before I started to work mornings morningsEeparately I
I would have to wrap e eve ery finger fingerseparately up
separately BO as to try and and keep theta thetasoft them themsoft themsoft I
soft and ten then wear gloves ves over the rags ragsto ragsto
to keep the grease e from getting on my mywork mywork myRork
work At night I would have to wear weargloves weargIoVes weargloves
gloves in bed In fact I had t t > wear weargloves weargloves rear reargloves
gloves all the time After doctoring for forthree fotthree forthree
three years and spending much mODe a asingle asingle asingle
single box of Cuticura Ointment ended enfiedused endedall
all my m sufferings Its been eight years yearsLance
since I used any any and nd I dont know 1 ow what whatsorehandsarenow whatsorehandsare whatsorehandsarenowandnever
sorehandsarenowandnever sorehandsarenow sorehandsare ow and never lost a days dayswork dayswork dayswork
work while using Cuticura Ointment
Thomas A A Clanc ClancAstaetc Clancy 3O NlIont N Montgomery < p1ery
St St Trenton N J Nov n 1909 1909AInii1e 19039Asinde
Astaetc set ot Cotlcura Soap and Ointment ol1riment Is Isoftca iscites
cites saffleient tBelent renderinz It the most economical
trtatiaezt t for or aCectfons a ns oche of tie skin and scalp Ip 91
ttrcansAoBt threu out the world d Potter pot Dm Druq k Cbem Corp
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WANT mm ffnlil o oStraus SUPERVISION SUPERVISIONBY Q
BY MARINE HOSPITAL HOSPITALStra
Straus Stra s Laboratory Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee Favors That As Most MostPractical MostPractical MostPractical
Practical Plan PlanThat PlanThat PlanThat
That the most practicable p ctJca1t1e plan for the thecontinuation thecontinuaUon thecontinuation
continuation of lie Straus laboratory laboratoryIs
Is to place the institution under nder the su supervision supenl strporvisIon ¬
pervision penl ioo of the Public Health and 3 Ma Marine > Ia Iarine rarlne
rine Hospital HO pltal Service te the opinion of ofUie ortl1e oftl
tl Uie a Straus pasteurization committee ac according according according ¬
cording to its chairman Gen G George OTR S M I
Stttrnbe StttrnbeIn Sternberg >
In order to piTsue this course Con Congressional ConbTES81oIJal Congressioaai ¬
gressional legislation 1 IaUoD may be necessary ory
but In the opinion of the committee it itwould itwould
would not be difficult dlt euIt for the U e Public
Health and Marine Hospital Ho pItaI Service to toobtain toobtain u uoMain
obtain the passage of such a bill where wheres
s there th re to little possibility bllity of the Dts Dtsirict DtRI Distrir
trir irict I t obtaining an appropriation for the thepurpose theTUrpo thepurpose
purpose purposein TUrpo purposeIt e
in 1 n its report to the Commissioners CommI lAoReIa the theommittee theommittee the4mmlitee
ommittee points out t the advantages advantagesus advanta e ehus
4h hus us offered of red the PuiHc Health and Ma Marine Ma Marine 1a 1aemF ¬
rine Hospital Service in the way of in inobligation 1 1tigftUon Ii Iicstigation
obligation tigftUon with a view of making a aira airatcal apra
ira iratcal tical demonstration of the value of of1asteurtzed ofllastf ofIasteuriued
1asteurtzed llastf urtmed milk milkThrough mtlkThrouch milkThrough
Through Secretary Charles D Norton NortonMiss rlo rloTiss
Miss Tiss Reba Re J Hum Huna who te in ct irge SE of ofitie eftip t tnt
itie nt > laboratory has submitted l a the theIresident thelre theact
Iresident lre idelllt act an aatppeaJ n appeal f for r aid id tit t prwvnnt prrwnntIng prwvnntirg rrtvJlnttng
irg the clostng of the instltuuon Janu January January Janeary ¬
ary 1 1That 1That 1That
That the President is 1 interestcJ jnteres in the theproject thevro theproject
project vro t is evidenced by the request for forinformation for1ntormatlon forinformation
information concerning the laboratory laboratoryaddressed I Isboratoryaddressed ra ry ryI
I addressed add by Secretary Norton to the theCommissioners theI theCommisstoners
Commissioners Commls looers In reply repl t1M h Commis Commissioners Commisio Conmisdonere ¬
I io sioners forwarded to Mr r Norton a copy copyof COpyor copyof
of th the ntport of the Straus Strsuslasteuriza Strsuslasteurizathoss pasteuriza pasteurizatkm teurlZ teurlZtlon
tkm committee accompanied a by b a state statement statement ¬
ment of figures compiled by b the District DistrictAuditor Dl DistrictAuditor trlct trlctAuditor
Auditor showing that the cost t cf main maintenance maintenance maintenance ¬
I tenance for six months was 6356 K The Theoperating Theoperatlnc Theoperating
operating expenses might be reduced t uced to to9hMI toI6
9hMI 10 a year the Commissioners Comml eioners say Y by byremoving byrell byrentoviitg
removing rell Odh to a lees expensive experu vc building buildingand butdlngand buildingand
and effecting e eCttJlk a reduction In salaries salariesThe salariesTh salariesThe
The Th opinion of the Straus pasteurtea pasteurteatkm pa teurlzatlon pastourisalion
lion committee is that it is not rae racticable raeUcable raetlcahie
ticable tor the District government to toundertake touadertaWe tonudestalk
undertake the management of the slant ntanlwhich Dlanlwhich slantwhich
which could not be done cIo e without a Cont Con Congressional Connal ¬
gressional nal lptothe appropriation appropriationAt appropriationt
At t the same somelptothe time the committee says saysthe naysthe S Sthe
the plant pla t should l be continued COft etcher by byMr b bMr byMr
Mr Straus or by some philanthropic philanthropicagency pbtlaDtDrotticuilUI philanthropicagency
agency until provision can be made madefor madefor madefor
for an ample and safe supply of pas pasteurised JMUiteuned pasteurised ¬
teurised modified milk JDI k through th 1t 1teialciaannels rymmec rymmeccial mmer mmercil
cial eialciaannels channels under the direct Hpervis euperrision Hpervision
ion of the Health Department DepartmentSuggests DeprtmeatS8UesU DepartmentSuggests
Suggests Diet Kitchens Kitchensla
la the event of the continuation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Straus loboratory not being pos possible possOMe possible ¬
sible the committee urges that addi additional add1tloDal additional ¬
tional funtts be provided for the diet dietkitchens dietkitchens dietkitchens
kitchens the citizens Relief Association Associationthe As ocltlonthe Associationthe
the Associated Charities and the In Instructive InstnIotlye Instructive ¬
structive Visiting Nurses N1HH6 Society all allof aUOf allof
of which agencies no only furnish food foodfor foodfor foodfor
for infants of the poorer IIOOI classes but butdtaceinteate butmt butdisseminate
disseminate mt te information with respect to tothe totIN tothe
the proper care of infants infantsLegislation fants fantsLe
Legislation Le for providing a clean cleaDpare cleanpare
pare and wholesome ome milk supply nppl for the theNations theatlon8 t tNations
Nations Capital to recommendPending recommended recommendedPending reeommendPending
Pending the enactment of such legisla legislation l Iegiatios a atWa ¬
tion the committee recommends that the themilk theJI themilk
milk JI supplied the inmates of foundling foundlingasylums foundlinguyhlDla foundlingasytvms
asylums hospitals and other charitable charitablei cbarltabletn charitableInstitutions
i Institutions tn wholly or in part supported supportedby
by public f funds tv be supplied with with milk milkcoming mlkcomtng milkcoming
coming from within the classifications classificationsrecommended claaeifleatipnsrecommended ns nsrecommended
recommended by JIe he Washington Milk 2dlikConference MilkeonfeeCe MilkConfeeace
Conference of i JJWT JJWTthat rXFor r t tFor
For this pnrpoe J It Is recommeimed recommeimedthat recommegiledthat
that the Hath TifI lth Officer be required to topublish topublish topublish
publish a lit of dairies from which the lthemilk fthemilk themUle
milk supply ij drawn giving the aVer atferthe aerage aVerage
age raU rating 0 each each the chemical com composition comOIIItlon cornposition ¬
position and the bacterial content of ofsamples 0 0IUBpIeL ofthe
samples Such information info tioi is already inhands In Inthe Inth
the th hands of the Healtn H O orncer racer lice but buti pro prol proyts
l vision yts on te not made for its publication publicationFinally pubilcAtJonI publicationFinally
Finally the committee indorses the t e re recent re reI recent ¬
I cent recommendation of the Health Of Officer 0 Officer ¬
ficer that a corps of six visiting nurses nursesfor nUtSosfor nursesfor
for the public schools be appointed appointedvhoee appointedNboe appointedvhose
vhoee duty it shall b be to give Instruc Instructions Instructions ¬
tions with regard to the health of chil ¬
dren In the homes and in the summer
to give e special attention to the preven prevention prevention ¬
tion of infant mortality mortlft mortlftThe
The committee te composed compo ed of Gen
George M M Sternberg chairman Georjce
S Wilson W son Hennen Jennings Jennln Dr w C Cward
Woodward ward Dr George X Kober Ar ¬
thur C Moses Ofoe X J Louis Lou W Wllltge illige B E J L
Stellwagen and Walter S S Utford UffordMOST UtfordMOSTDlSfAs1SAR1 UtfordMOST
MOST MOSTDlSfAs1SAR1 MOSTDlSfAs1SAR1CONTRAClID DISEASES DISEASES DISEASESCONTRA ARE ARECONTRACTED
CONTRA CONTRACTED CTID THROUGH TNR OUGII THE TR SOUTH MOurnOrdhzZUY SOUTHOrdinary 0 0r 0Ordlnnry
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Ordinary Tooth Brush Cleanliness CleanllnesBXot CleanUnewaXot CleanlinessSot
Xot Sufficient to Ward ard Off OffDisease OftDlselDe ORDlsese
Disease Germs GermsKeep GermsKe GermsKeep
Keep Ke p vo your r mouth dean if you would trouldavoid wouldavokl wouldavoid
avoid disease Yore than bad breath breathconies breathCOIDt breathcomes
conies S from a neglected Iected mouth mouthi
Of course you clean your Y Ur teeth with
a brush and perhaps use a tooth pow ¬
der or paste but that is only onlya a surface surfacecleaning
cleaning cI Dg at the beet What your teeth
gums and mouth need is Paxtlne
Paxtine Is a white white soluble antiseptic antisepticpowder antis antlspowkr antispowder
powder of d delicate Hcate te fragrance Dissolve a1 a1little a
little IH III a glass of water and with the theaid theaid
aid of an ordinary onHnrtootk tooth brush you are areready
ready to use a solution that will m l pene ¬
trate to every ery crevice of and between betweenyour betweenr0llr betweenyour
your teeth remove all foreign for sub substances sub substBCeS substances ¬
stances and make the rums and mucous mucousn mucousmembrane
n membrane > Imtasr of the the mouth and
throat antiseptically clean The purify
inr In Qualities of Paxtine Pa < tlne allay alla r all odors
including what Is
commonly known as assmokers assmokers
smokers breath bresthPaxtlne breathPaxtine
Paxtine is not n > only better b t but t far farstore
more economical than liquid antiseptics antisepticsfor anti eJtks
for r all toilet and hvgienic uses Trial Trialsize TrialIe Trialsize
size Ie box 25c regular r gular size box 5 itc < x
Better than tooth powder does more moreby
does It better better Buy a box today tOda Sold
by ODonnell 0 Dotsnel Peoples Pharmacy Henry
Evans Nine Best Drug Stores Affleck
S S Kann Ram Sons 8 Co and all other
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COURT ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAMUSICAL ORCHESTRAussian
MUSICAL SURPRISE SURPRISERussian
Russian ussian Organization Produces Pro Produces Produces ¬
duces Remarkable Effects Effectson
on Strange StrangeInstruments StrangeInstrumentsYelcome Instruments InstrumentsWelcome instrumentsWelcome
Welcome BalalakiaPersons Balalakla BaJalaJdaPersons
Persons who went to the Columbia CotmiMaTheater ColumbiaTheater
Theater yesterday afternoon from CoIIIRIWa1 cu curiosity curiosity
riosity toTiear to near this strange Instrumentwere 1 1were
were rewarded reward rewarded d by a musical treat as asenjoyable s senjoyable asenjoyable
enjoyable as It was unexpected unexpectedThe unexpecteThe unexpectedThe
The Imperial Russian lan Court Orchestra Orchestrais
is something s methlng new under our musical mtMtealsun JWUldcalsun musicalsun
sun but it Is not a circus Ircu feature It Itcomprises Itcomprises Itcomprises
j comprises twentyfive skilled musicians mtwSciaaswho mu musicianswho ldaas ldaaswho
who under the direction ot W W V An Andreeff Andreetr Andreeff
dreeff gave native folk foL songs MGB ac well as asadaptations Saadaptations I IadaJ1taUons
adaptations of West l l ruropean ttrop uro a cIa daseicewith Icwith classicswith
with the rich coloring colorln and delicate delicatenuances clellcateDu delicatenusnees
nuances Du nces of a symphony irgaxtzatioa irgaxtzatioaThe trgaJdztionTbe trgantaatfonThe
The orchestra orehe tra te made up p of three threetypes tltreetypes threetypes
types of Instruments th tM > rsbalakia aJal Ida kfa the thedomra thecJomra thedorma
domra which hIck is Isa a a bass Da b btJaJa1da rolakiathe iteJaJda IUtd IUtdthe d dthe
the dulcimer which te rot strictly 8 8Russian
Russian instrument Instrument Ins QlmeDt The kettle drum dntcaand 4nNi1and drumand
and cymbals wfire re employed in two twoberJ MI MIberu aum aumbers
beru
About the Balalakia BalalakiaThe BalalaldaThe I IThe
The batelakia ba 8lakia is a tl t threetriaged reeet ree tri ged In Instrument Instrument ¬
strument a cross between our JBBB JBBBdolln mandolin aa aado
do dolln in and guitar but capable of C more moreI morevaried e I IVaned
I varied effects The dulcimer e combines eombIItesthe combinesthe mW es esthe
the principles of a a zither aDd an a auto autoharp a1ltoharp autoharp
harp and supplies most of the oetoria oetoriaand coloring coIodngand coloringand
and tonal effects df the orcheetrationThe orchestration orchestrationThe rche tratlonTIle
The most remarkable thing about boat the theconcert theconcert I Iconcert
concert was th the volume and richness rld of oftone oftone I
tone that wa was produced without t theuse the theus Uteuee
us use of a single wind or even s a bow Instrument in instrument Instrument ¬
strumentThe strument strumentThe I
The rich volume and the t e delicate shad shadIng aIaaclI shadlag
lag I attained by these musician JIIusl underthe under underthe uRderthe
the training tn of W V W or 4r qdr ee HC was wasdemonstrated WASj wasdemonstrated
demonstrated tlemon trated In Just ou ODe number theSong the theSons UeSOIib
Sons of the Volga Boatmen which was wasreceived wasrecelyed wasreved
received with tumultuous applause e The Thefectly Theprogram Theprogram
program ogram calla It ODe e of the most mosteet perI perIfectly
fectly eet y descriptive de o of all Russian folko folksongs
songs o g The cry 3f > r the Vote Volga barg bargemen DargetaeftJrerd bargemenis m B Bte
te heard at t their labors early in the thenumber UteDumber thenumber
number this t l8 shiftsno a resonant ch chant chantto chant chanttheir nt ntto
to ropreeenl raprasent eft heir h Joy > y at t the ftdsh hdeheir of oftheir oCtheir
their theirropreeenl labor an an < < th the plec pIeee concludes concludeswith ecMIdadeswltk concludeswith
with a deliriously shaded imitation of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the cry as it goes e fainter to the dis distance distance distance ¬
tance until but a mere echo te beard beardOther JterdOther beardOther
Other Numbers NumbersPerhaps NumbersPerllaps NumbersPerhaps
Perhaps the least rottofyte r yID yIg Bumbsr Bumbsrwas MWB8 numberwad
was the faatasie from Caimo C8nn n per pechaps per1la1J8 perhaps
haps because the he auditors were DOt ae aecustomed ac accustomed docnstomed
customed to hearing It played te this tMsmanner tldDlaDoer thismanner
manner but It was proved that Meek Meekot muchof mcchof
of our music may be adapted t w bala balalakia baJaIkla balalakia
lakia Instrumentation when Griegs GriegsAlbum GriegsAlbum GniegsAlbum
Album Blatt was played playedMies p1yecMlee playedMies
Mies Eva Mylott was the soloist and andthe andpedect andto
the perfect control and exqu exoutatte ex setts cans enunciation era eraelat10n canselation ¬
elation made up for a alight thinness 8 In Inthe Inthe inthe
the upper register registerThe resi registerThe ter terT
The T e musicians are bona fide members membersof embers embersoC
of the Imperial Court Orchestra of the theCiar theCzar I
Czar but none of them gave evidence evidenceof
of beta being foreigners save th I men whomoved who whomoved whomoved
moved t the piano who was attired Sa laIUBCOvlte aMuscovite a aMuscovite
Muscovite costume and wore medals medalsgalore 1II 8JspJore medalsgalore
galore J R R H HPromotion lL lLPromotion HPromotion
Promotion for Mertz MertzCapt MertzCapt MertzCapt
Capt Albert Mertz Is the Uteof nominee nomineeadmiral nomineeof
of President Taft for the rank of rear reaadmiraL rearadmiraL
admiral Captain Mertz Is a native ofW of ofWisconsin orW
Wisconsin W lsconsin DID an and at present pI eat Is in com comand eommand command
mand of the naval stations at Cavtte Caviteand CavtteaDd
and Olongapo P I His appointment appointmentIs
Is I to fill the vacancy caused U br the retlrement re retirement ¬
tirement of Admiral J B Hilton HiltonFEET HDtOllcnl HiltonFEET
FEET HORNY H N AS TOADS TOADSCnllonies TOADSCnllonsea O JI JIal
< Cnllonies cnl Are Painful < u and Tin Uasightly Tinlfrhtlr >
lfrhtlr al = htly Easily Removed RemovedMany RemovedMany RemovedMany
Many people e permit horny callouses callouseson c
on the feet to continue and a grow tMckc tMckcmonth tbIckcmonth thkkcmonth
month after month until they tJMy press on onthe onthe onthe
the nerves and came intense mt e pate and andgive andgive andgive
give the feet a most hoe appear appearance appearDee appearsace ¬
Dee Caliouces can be promptly re removed re reDtOftd removed ¬
moved by the following < simple treat treatmeet treatmert treatment
meet Soak the feet from ten to fifteen fifteenminutes fttteenminutes fifteenminutes
minutes In a basin Mslnot of hot water in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which two tablespoonfuls tbIe poonatul of ofCalocide ofCalocidecompound ofCalocidecompound Calocide Calocidecompound
compound has been dissolved This 1m 1mmeditaiy Immedial hnmedIntey
meditaiy medial ly draws out all soreness and andshrinks andshrinks andshrinks
shrinks the callous so it can easily e be bepeeled bepeeled bepeeled
peeled on off and leaves the feet delight dettghtfully dellghttully delightfully
fully fresh and comfortable It Ity may be benecessary benece6S8ry benecessary
necessary to repeat this for several severalnights severalnlshts severalnights
nights for a complete cure TJ IIte Fhe e result resultof ultoot resultof
of this treatment are really remarkaM remarkaMCaloclde remar1alNCaloclde remarkablCahocide
Caloclde compound is a strictly scientific scien scientific sctent1ft ¬
tific t1ft preparation tion well known to doctors doctorsAny doctorsAny doctorsAny
Any good druggist has it In stock or orwilt orwilt orwilt
wilt quickly get It from his wholesale wholesalehouse witof wholesalehour 8Ale 8Alehousa
house Twentyfive cents bays soffl safftcent sufficent sofflcent
cent quantity to put the worst feet In Infine Infine infine
fine condition Why Wh should anv an one suf suffer su suffer ¬
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bunions sweaty smelling smI feet ffe tender tderswolofeet tenderswo4leafeet tenderswollervfeet
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with himself and four friends In the theFarxnan theFarman theFarman
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