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foJv W\^ ? \ \ VOLUME 0?L-NO. 25? ALEXANDRIA, VA., I 1MDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 28. 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. RAILROADS Southern Railway. Trains leave I'nion Station, Al*?Indiia, in effeetOetoberX IMO. N B KoaaowlM aebedule Sguree p?b llBnedonlyaa Informatlon, and are not guar*aut.*>d. ___, : n \. M. Dally loeeJ betweea Weeb ingi^n end I'anvi'lle. S-fl \ M Dallj Loe_ r<>r Baituob* burg and iraj atationa. '1:17 A M. Dally -U. 8. Fa?t Mail. Btopaonly for paaaengera for poinUsouth ?I. eohediiled t" Stop. I'ir.t class ?a; ulneping oara to Blrmlngham and drawltog room aleeplng eara u> wew Orleana Dinlng oar aerrloe. U:17A.M. Haiiv Mail train. Coachea f.,r Manis*a..<i>arl'ottcsville.I,ynehlmrg> Danrilleand Oreenaboro, Sleeplng eara nboro to Atlanta. ,__-_, 4:47 P.M. Weekdajra Loeal for War renton and Hanis.mburg- . I : ? nlv - Birniiiiirnii.'ii s'"''-" lal Hlecplng cara between wcw rotrk, A?riBta, Alketa and Jac_?onrille. Sleet-er to Blrmlngham, Through nrat ^hea between Waahington and .laekse.t.ville. Dinlng car aenrloe. rour (?nl,fo,.lia fo.tr till.es weeklv ? \i Week i'.ivs Loeal roi Uar ?rlBonl>urg and way atationa on ManaaeM bianoh Pullman bunet parlorcar. 5?1 P. M Dally liocal for Wane_ lon and CharlottoarHle. 10*27 P M. -Daily -Waahingaoa and Chattanooga Llmited via Lynchburg). , ,.?aeh and Kleepfng ears to k,. Knoxville and Chattanooga, Sleepcr to New Orleana. Waahlngtoai to Roanoke. Dining oar aerrlee. 11 -tr* I* M Dailv N-'w ^ or*. Atlanta and New i irl-ans Llmited. All I'ullman train. elubandobaenrationeara to New Orleans. Blooplng cara to Ashcyille. Vtlant i. Maeoii and New Orleans. Sleep inpcarx u> Charlotte. Dinlng ear ?rrtce. ;...; ,,.iy -Memphis apecial. Sleei.in" ears and coachea l"<>r Roanoke. Knoxville. Na-bvilie. Chattanooga and Memphla Dinlng ear aenice. Waab im'ton sleening cara open lomo ? ? ?>?? Th^oiiehtiaTnafroirl the aouth aarire at Alexandria C:i3 amlie-2* and 1038 a. m. 213 7-2S I0:13and IIS5H I*. M. daily. llar rtaonbnrgliaSA. M.*?.;?????; -iays and9: 13 p M dallj Prom Cr_rlotteerUle t>.-3 A M. TRAINS OM BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leare Alexandria [W. .t 0. Station) week.'.. .al M-22A. M .3:55 and 4*55Jtot Bluemont: HM I* M.week days f..r Leea l.ilt- I'.". I". M. dailv for Bluemont aud , M., loeal. on Snndaya only r..r Bluemont. For detailed acbedule figurea, tlckett, Pullman reaervatlon. ete.. apply to WILLIAM <i. LLHM\. rnion Ti.-ket Agent, Alexandria. Va. i; ii. CO .PMAN. (Jeueral Manager. s ll HARDWICK.Paa8.Traf.Mp. M. K CARY, Qeneral Paaaenger Agent L S Hrown. (Ieneral agent, Waahington, l>. V. Washington Southern Ry. Sehedllle in effect May 15, IMO. Trains leave Union Station Tor Wash? ington and points north al 7 43, 808. BsSandKS-a. m? 12 01,230,8 07,8 1-and 11 xi p. rn., daily. . Kor Prederiokaburg, Richmond an.l points south at ?:i7.1 M (loeal) and 10 1 a _., 12 lt:, l tt, ? 17 doeul T 42 an.l D K P'A^eomni .lation for Fre.lerieMburgat 11 i:i a ni . dally. On weeh days thii train run* through lo Milford. Norra: rimcofarrlTalaanddopartiirea aad oouneetiona no? guaianteed. \V p 1. \ VI.' R, TrafBo Manager, Richmond. \ a Washington. Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. Iu elTeet May 1. U>1 \ I.KAVl. \i 1 XAffOM? Por Waahington, from eomer Prlnoe and Roval atreeta. week days, at j-K), 30, 0 30, li i'>. 'i.V.. 7 05, 7 la, 7 3 1010, 1030 1030,11 10.1125, 11 30, II 80*. in.,1.' -??'-'"? !.!";.',-;.? J? I jo. 1 1". 1 35. - :!". - 80, :t U'. i 2.>.,. .<?>, 3 60, 4 10* 4 ?>! I '?*>? l I" I ?'*??>.:. 10, fi 21). ?'> 35, ?< 50, j,,, .;:*... i; 15,700,7 15,725,800, - ?, B00.93 '. i??'?'. 1030, ii i" and ii 55 p rn Bundiya 700. 735. 810, ?20, - ( o_0 '< ti P> 00, 10 20, 10 ?0. 1100. 11*30 and U40a m.. 1200m., 1220. 12 40, l 00, l 20, !,,?,,_ >,2 10,300,320,340,400, 120, 4 40.500, Ii20,5 rO.600,620.6 (0,700.720. :.. 10 00. 10 30 and II 10 P "i. rOBI M..INT VKRNON. ? Alezandl? Tor Mo_lt Vernon, week ilavs.a* 5 15, 6?. 788, 851, 1025, |125a na.. 1325. l?. -->. 830 H r.w 7 35' S 5t>, :< ;.i. 1050and ll .'>o p. na. Bundavt 7 00, i ??, H 30 a. l_,12 30, l 30.230,380, 130,530,630,730, 946and h> 16 p. in. AR?byle CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm ii quickif abtorbw!. Ci-.es Relief at Once. It clean-v-i, s'-othes, hoals aud aroteela tho diaaaMa _ern. brane r.snltingfrom Catarrb and drives away a OoM in the Head quiiAly. Ho. ?tor?? the Hensce of Taate and Huirll. Full sir?* 50 C?, nt Drug ? by mail. Iu llqnid form, 7". ?,y llrotuers, 56 Warrou Street, Kew York. HAY FEVrTR Jons P. Roaorsoa, Or.o. S. Fkknch, lent. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and: M.vNir v i rRKRfl Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulpiiuric Acid, Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fertlllrar and Cnemleal Oo.*a rroduets. Capaeity: 50.000 tons per annum. Princess Street and Potomae River Wharf. Alexandria, Virginia. ?JUST RECEIVED Chocolate Crispo The delicious chocolate sponge in dainty one pound boxes. SPECIAL 33c Taylor's Piiarmacy old King Street. 0A^FTTFri^ILD^?n,3,ra^AL PRINCE STKFJT fEntered atthe Postofflce of Alexandria, Virginia, as seeond-class matter.] ____: Dailv-1 year, 13.00; 6 months, a_..30; 3 months. ai._i: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 eents. Iri-weeklv ?1 year. X.X00: (i months fl.OO: U moiiths. 73 cents; 1 month, 25 eents. . Contract advertisers woll! not be allowed to excocd thelr apaco unless theexcess is paid for at transient rates, and under no otreumetanoea will they be allowad to advertlae other than thelr legiti mate business in tho spaee contracted Eteao'lerUona In memorinm. of thanks, tributes of respect. resolutions adopted bv societies or porsons.unless ofpumio e.'.n.ern. will be i.rinted in the papor aa adrerilaemeata. _^__________ TKOlHI.i; IH ATHEN*. There was ? poniatent rumor io n_m ria! circlcs in Berlin yesterday that a revolution had broken out at Athens. Telegraphic iitquHiae sent to tho Grreciaa capital yesterday afternoon elicited no reapoc Thore has been inucb iil-fooling at Athens rocently against the National Assombly, culminating in tho dissolu tion of thal bodf laA Tuesday. The aasemblv was ospocially elected for Ihe purpose of undertakmg a revlaioo oJ tho constitution. At the requeet of KiogOeorfa, af: VeneseloV tbe Cretan leader, tormed a cabinet on October 11. Tho ministry WM not received in a friendly ypirit bv the chamber. the members of whieh rcpeatedly absented themselvcs wben Premier Vcne/elos at terapted to eecure a role of confldenoo. Tbe prcmier, discouraged, announced ihe rerignation ol the cabinet on Octo? ber ?3. King Qeorge, bowever, re fuaed lo acoept the reaignatioo, and on llonda. tbe chamber adopted a vote of conAdenoa in the premier by a balbt Of208 tO 81. The premier was nol aatiafied. faelinaj that il was a vote ol coinplataance ratlu-r than aincere sup port, and insistod that the assombly be diaeolved He had liis way, and No rember 88 was set as tbe date for the electionfl for a new revlaioniatchamber. Opposed to the n-ccnt asseinbly was tbe ministry. cordially BOpported bv the king and the populacc. Tlie latter have recenUy made friendly manifes tationa toward tbe king and the gov? ernmenl and criticiaed the oaaembly, though no aoriotu diaordera bave <><? rurred at the Capitol so far as is deftn itclv known outside. MOKi; TKOIIII.I. IN tPAIN. Tbe Spanisb government is aroused at the strcngtli of the alleged anti inilitary campaign of ihe BOCialiata, who.it bcbtimed, are carrying tbeir propaganda into tha barracki with tbe purpoae Of incitiug the soldier* to re? volt. ln thia movement it ia aaaerted that the aocialiata areaided aeeretly by the republieana. As a means of combat ting the attack the government baa resortcd to court-martial proceedings, arresting several aocialiata for delivcring antimilitary speeclus. It is also con sidcring the matter of asking parlia ment to proeeente the aocialist deputy, Kgle.sias. The debate in tlie Senate on tbe "paddock bill" opened yesterday to erowded gallerirs. Tbe ecclesiastical senators, including three archbiahopa Blld nine bishops, were present. Sena toi Peyroloo, repreeenting tbe CarHata, claimcd thal tbe religioua order* were nol exceaaive In number and that the government'i attHnde toward the vati . an waa uncoiistitutional and no juater than tbat of France. IMIKTI <? Al. AHU TIIl". VVlH AM. Monaigoor Tonti, tbe papal n'nncio at liabon, who recently returned t<> Rome, liad a long conference yester? day with Cardinal Meiry del Val, the papal Becretary. Hc dtac?eed with the secretary tlie report- received by tlie VaticaiI coneerning events in l'mtugal and clcared up somc points upon which Ibe cardinal desirod CS pec_1 iiiforniati"!i. lfODMfDOr Tonti exprcsse.l the liope tliat after public feeling aroused by the revolution bad subsided arrangements might bc made witb tlie republican government that would be satisfactory to Rome. He added that the accusationa against the clergy of Portugal were unfounded. Colonel Barreto. the minister of war, made the stateinent yesterday that after repcated talks with tho soldiers (juartcred in the city barracks hc felt that he could count on their uudivided support. A new source of anxiety, bowever, ia found in the nocturnal encountcrs between the troops and the roughor elemeot ol thc city. Thc latter refused to lay down their arms taken into their hands at tho time of the revolution, aud tho troops guarding conventa and mouasteries have heen attacked by armed gangs desirous of pillaging the buildings. The soldiers were forced to fire, with tho result tbat several inno cent passerby were seriously injured. COI.I) WAVE. Northero Michigan is experieneing the tirst snow of the season. Tbe snow is being driven by a 80-mile gale. Over three inches of snow has fallen in two hours. All boats on Lako Su perior are seaking shelter, and steam i and electric railway service is demoml ! izod. Snow, the first of the season. fell in Chicago. yesterday for a few mo meuts The tirst snow of the season fell at jst. Joseph. Mo., yesterday afternoon, witli the temperature near freezicg. The lirst snow of the season fell in and around Kansas City, Mo., yester? day, while snow fell over western Mis souri and eastern Kin^as. Tho tlakes were soattering. Xorthwestern Ohio was visited with th?i tirlt'inOw of the season yesterday. A snow fall which lasted for 15 min? utes was reported from Lima, while Cleveland experienced a sevcre had storm acconipanied with a couple of snow flurriea. Late yesterday the weather bureau iu New Orleans issued a special snow storm warning for the Louisiana and Texas rjnajta. and forcasted high north erly winds and colder weather gener ally over that section. Frost was m dicated last night and today for tho northwest portion o! Louiaiana and freesing weather In Oklahoma and Ar kansas. lOltllll) TEACHEKS TO liAM.'E. The young men of Pocahontas, Va., have engaged an attorney and are plan niug injunetion proceedings aga'.nst the School Board of that place on account of that body refusing to pcrmit seven bandaome young women sdiool teachers to attend dancea In Pocahontas. The reccnt deeision of the board forbid ding tlie women teachers to attend tho gcrmans has raiscd a storm of protest. The young men claim they will not permit tho order to bo enforced. They aay that it would not make so much differenco if there were more women than rnen in Pocahontas, but since the reverse is tlio caso they do not soe how tho School Board can forbid the young men from meeting the teachers socially. In the light against the School Board tbe young men of Pocahontas havo se? en red aid from the Graham young men arbo feel that if the present conditiou at Pocahontas is allowed to continue tho School Board at Oraham may tako of lieial noticcof it, with the result that the (iraham teachers might be forbid den to dance. l-OKTY iHAKKEKN ?? PtHO* S.veral hundred convicts, 12of whom are former bankers, are eagerly look? ing forward to the meeting of the board of parole which is expected to convene in Leavenworth, Kan, early in Nov? ember. At this time the board will consider applications for parole under the act of Congress approved last June. There are forty members in thc banker'fl colony and some have auch short time toserve that they have not appli'-d for freedom, preforring toserve their time rather tban to bo releas *d under parole. John R. Walsh will not be eligiblo to receive the henefit of the law until Oetober, 1911, but hehas a petition for pardon pending now; W. W. Mont gomery, Fitttpurj, l'a., political ad viser of ?* late Senator Qfilrjr, will not be rliglWe until September, 1914. The law in regard to the parole system prOTtdea tbat every prisoner who haa I oiie-tbird of his total senteiice, and whose record ihowi he ha*< observ edthe rulea of the prison. may be paroled at the- discretion of the board. KOMHI'D AU r?HE WOKSHIPPEIJ. Wbile Mrs. Mary Ryrnes was attend ing early mass yesterday in the Church of St. Roee of Lima, in New York, her pocketbook, containing $_4.r>"> in cash aml a diamond ring, valued at $100 was stolen. Mr*. Byrncs had been ill for somc time, and the loss of the ring has seriou-.lv affected her condition. It was given to her many years ago by her husband, now dead. There have been B number of simtlar thefts re? cently, and tho police lielieve a woman is reaponsible. Tlie wedding of Mr. Joseph Choah rc Nash. of Savanuah, Ga., and Misa Violet Face White took place at 8 o'clock last evening in the chapcl at the I'liivcrsity of Virginia. Tho cere niony was performed by Bishop Joseph Btount Cbeahire, of North Carolina. assisted by Rcv. Harry 15. Lee. It is in time of sudden miahap or ac cident that Chamberlain's Liniment . an be rclicd upon to take tho place of tbe family doctor, who cannot always be found at thc moment. Then it is tliat Chaniberlain's Liniment is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts. wounds and bruiscs Chaniberlain's Liniment takes out tho aoreneaa and drives away the pain. Sold by W. F. Crciphton and Richard Gibson. NOTICE is hereby given that the an? nual meeting ofthe stockholders ol the WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. incorporated, will be held at the offlco of the company, No. 123 south Royal street, in the city of Alex? andria. state of Virginia, on tho FIRST DAY ofNOVEMBER. If>l0. at 12 o'eloek m., for the purpose of eleeting a board of dlreetors for the ensuing year, and for the transaetion of sueh other business as mav come properly before said meeting. GEORGE C. IIEN'NING. oot!12w Secretary. Wedding Presents Beautiful pieces of Furniture. Cut Glass and handsome Orna ments are useftil and ornamental presents. City Bargains Fine Business property on King Street. centrally located. frontage of 47 feet and a depth of 150 feet. Buildings in fine condition. Rented at $75 per month. Price $10,000. A cozy little home for $2,250. A two-story frame dwelling with six rooms, bath and pantry, side alley. Has fine range and latrobe stoves. Rent*for $16.65 per month. One half square north of King street, in good neighborhood. A new homein the northwestern section.Two story frame dwelling, with six rooms, bath and pantry. House has all conveniences. including electric lights, sanitary plumbing, latrobe heaters. gas range and dome electrical fixtures. Frontage 40 feet, depth 100 feet. Price $2,900. $900 eash. balance at $25 per month. Save rent and own your own home. Thompson &, Appich 107 South Royal Street. Alexandria, Va. City and Suburban Properties. Stocka and Bond. g_J WEWATCH the WORLD renowned ruarkeU for precious stones. That is why we can offer diamond and other gem mount ed jewelry bolow the regular price. As we buy none bul tirst water gems we ran scll OO other grade. If you want to make a gift ofgood" jewelry thi'* is the place to get it. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 34: __) SaleofCharming New Princess Dresses. Ladies' all-wool French Serge Princess Dresses, in navy and black, lace yokes, braid trimming, at $12.98. Ladies' Satin Messaline Princess Dresses, Persian satin trimming, lace yokes, in navy and black at $16.98. Ladies' Black Taffeta Princess Dresses lace yoke braid trimming at $15.98. Ladies' Black Voile Princess Dresses, lace yoke satin trimming at $15.98. Children's and Misses' all-wool Navy Blue Serge Peter Thompsnn Dres-es braid trimming with emblem on sleeve. 6 to 14 years at 5 98. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. "W-* An 8-room House Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch. At Braddock Station. This house ha? modern plumbing. fine cloaeta. lartfe bathroom and pantry electric litfhts. city water. iron fence with concrete columns. concrete eellarJar.e windowa on all sides. snd everythinj a person could want in a perfect suburban home. Easy Terms. Discount for Cash. See Geo. M. Reynolds. near Braddock station or t?t me know when it will suit you to fo. and I will take you to see this house. F. L. SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. _ If You Want a WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try aome of our tine Imported Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., I AM OFFERIXO FOR SALK EXTRA j FANCY 8RIST0W CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. I g_j_ttee every pound to gire aati? fectJon. Fresh and Smoked Meata, Orocerlea and Farm I'roducU of ?H kinds. Telephone ordera given prompt attention. Freo delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Coroar ejueen and Royal atreets, 1 ?Pnone, Brll.SOL.iBome S7W, Jyl5 Iy School Books and School Supplles of all kinda, a large line to seleci from. Bring us your list and we will nll same at loweat prices. A line lot of seoond-hand books nows on hand. SsFsDyson&Bro, BOOKSELLERS aad STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Next to Opera House. California Soft Shell Walnuts G.Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITTS Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomat Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. BUIIaDING MATERIALB ESTABLaBH-D 18_.] Henry K. Field &Co., Bueeesaora to .08.AH il. l>. smoot. LUMBER and MILL WORK Of Md. KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Ofliec ind Yartl 1 i"V N". Union streot Factory No. 111 X. Lee street. Material Delivared PREEin tbe eity. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. _ Corner < Sameron and Royal streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Mcrchants and dealera ln ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand Oihson's XX. XXX. XXXX and l'ure Old Rye,Old Cabinet and Monogram Wblskies; also Hakor's and Thomp.son's l'ure Rj ?? vVhisklec, to whieh they invite the atteniion of tlie trnde. Orders from the country for merchan? dise shall reeeive protnpl attention. Cousignmcnts of Floiir. Orain aud Country Produce solicited, for whieh they fruarnntec the blgheat market prices and promp rcturnst Otterburn Lithia and Maf nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep ?ia. Inditfestion. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Leadm. Physiciana endorse it and tea tify to its freat mcrit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. John Ahern & Co., Coruer Prince and Commerce Stree. WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCERc and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produce received daily. Our stock of Plain and Fancy Oroeenea em braces everythimr to be had in this line. We hold largeiy in United Btatea bond ed warehouse and oarry in stock various brands of the beat PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have alao in store siiperior<jrri.ie? of Foreign and American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. *fc Sattslaction Ouaranteedas to Price and Quality. Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Departments on grounds of absolutc safety and satisfaction. OFFIO. RS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presiden*. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details care fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. Cottage Park ADJOINING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCK STATION City Water?Electric Lights?Fire Protection We offer for sale, at very reasonable prices and on exceptionally easy terms, several desirable and up-to-date homes, with large lots, in this choice sub-division, which we cordially invite your inspection. Salesmen will be on the ground every Sunday, or inspection by appointment any time. M. B. HARLOW & CO., INC, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. ?p2S tl FOUNDERH AM> MAi'lIINlsTS J. &, H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machinists' Suppliea. Pipe, Pipe Fitting;?. Valves. ffc. Blacksmithing tf Repairing Promptly Executed. >_ ia Iron Works ; FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apecialty in repairs to Gasoline Entfine*. Motorcycles and Automobile*. We aolicit your ordera on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evant Building. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldf. The companies represented in thia offlce have assets of over flOO.OOO.OOO. Among others are: Hartford Fire Inaurance Co. Liverpool tf London tf Globe. /Etn* Insurance Co. Northern Awurance Co. Sprintffield Fire V Marine. 1 rompt attention g-iyen toadjuatment of lossesand ail mattera conneoted with n.surance. _ Your cough, anuoya you. Keep on ha<king and tearing the delicate inem branca of your throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cured, take Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibaon. ICE MuU Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers tn Ice. Carload Lots and Country Orden a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata blcjclear as crystal. | OFFK K Cameron and t'nion -treets. Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. jyl-itf H, WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS ovtkk am> azvaan: ii">ht n. rov.m.st. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. A.ricul tural Implements. VehicIea.Harnefs. Field and Garde i Secdi. WAaaaotiaaa, bocth i sios btbrst, ox uwaoa*aouiini aanvwav. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andail kindsof Mill Feod Will always keep iu stock tbe highoat grade of these artielea. Kly'? Cream Balm haa been trie.l ar.d not found wanting in thousand* of boraaa all over tho country. It has won a place in the family BBadlclnactoBetamoBf tha reliahle lioiisehold remedies where lt la kopt at hand for use in treatm?' cold ln the head just as soon aa somo uieinber of the household liejrms the prciiminary snee/.ing or sni-fninfj. It gives imme diate relief and a day or two's treatment willputastop to acold which mlght n not chepked. beoome ahronio and run nto a b*J oaae ol'catarrn.