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!M^ttfrna wazttticb ?nT.TTME CXI.--NO. 257 ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATTRDAY EVENING, OCTOBER _,?, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. RAILROADS_ Southern Railway. Trataa leave I'nion Station, Alexandria ln efTeet Oetober 2, 1910. \ B Foliowlng sehedule figures piih lUhed onl) aa information. and aro not "X^Tt |..1,lrlo(,ll.<.t^nlV;?h ^AmM.Mj!:u^lbrH_Tiao-. ?? it .\. M. Dally?O. 8. i-.'?t ?>??>? StoM only for r?iw?ngeni for pointa aou? etliiled to BBop. Flrat ?lasa wplaf oara to Blrmlngbara anddnwingroomaleeplageara to New Orlmn*. Dining ear aerrioe. ii it \ M Dally?Mail train. Ooaonea ?r__aassBa,Charlo*taavlll?4ajraehbiuf, Durvilleand Oreensboro, Sleeping ears Qroensbor.Atlanta. 4:171*. M Week daya Loeal lor war ren'ton imd Harrlaonburg. _ vr. p m BfrtnlnghMU apee inl sleeping e?r_ between New York, Au-Mist. \ik.-i. and Jaekaonvllle. SloeixT'to Birmingham. Through Brat olM^ttrl.M lietween Wafthlngtorji and nville. Dining ear aervlee. I our ml? four tlmes wecklv. Week daya Looal tor Har _dwaj ataUona on Mai branch Pullman buflet Perlorear. lliBP. - -Daily -Loeal for ttr.rre.i ton and Charlottesrllle. !, " p m -Dally Waahington and ., Llmlted fvia Lynehbarg> ,,,,,, and sleeping eara to Knoxville and Chattanooga. KVerloNew Orleana, Waahington to Roanoke. Dlnlng eareetrlee. !? _ Dally So* X or*. Atlanta ladXcw Orleana Llmlted All Pullman train. elub nnd obaerratlon eara to New Orloana. Sleeping eara to Aaherlllc, Atlanta Maeon and Now Orleana. Pleop ... toCbarlotte. Dlnlngi?raervlee. ?-?- \ \l Dally -Memphla ipeoial. Sle'eolnc ran and eoaehes for Roanoke. Knoxvffle, Kaahvillr. Chattanooga and Ifomphia Dlnlng ear aerriee. Wash. Ineton sleeping can open l'?"0 i . Bt. fhraugh trainafrom tho aouth airlve at _lexa?idriaC:i:iancl BrJSand I0_3a.cn. riaonburgll?>M.wcckd^and9dS l*. M. dally. Prom CharlottearlUe aa A M TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Lrav.- Alexandria (W. A 0. Station) week dav* al 122 A M , SSSand f:? ifor Blui moi ? ?? I'- M.week <lays foi bunr- tiVi P. M. dally f"r Bluemont and 9.23 A. M . loeal. "" Snndaya only for Bliiemoiil. _ ,. ___. FordetalledBohedula Oguree, tieketa, Pullman reaervatlon, etc., applyto WILLIAM O. LEHFW. Dnlon Tieket Agent, Alexandria, Va. K ii COAPMAN. tJenoral Manager. s. II. HARDWICK, Paaa. Traf. Mgr, H y CARY, Oeneral Passenger Agent L. s Brown, (Jener.il Agent, Washington, D. OL Washington Southern Ry. Behedule la e_eet Haj '?'?? ISW. f__u leave Union Station for Wash? ington and points north at 1 13, 808, ! -:;j:. ni.. I_01,2 30, ko7, 8 18 and j 11 xi i>. m.. dally. , , For Prederiekaburg, Riehmond and polnUaouth a|4S7,7 ?(looal) and 1022 a. tn.. 12 Ifi, 1 22, 6 17 (loeal 1 7 _ an.l :? 57 mmodatton for Pfoderiekat^rgat ll 13 a ni.. dally. On wei k days this tmin run? tiir<ni-;li to Mllford. Noti Tlmcofarr.valsanddcr~rto_ee an.l oonn ictlona not euaranteed. \Y p LAYLCR, Trafllc Manager, Riehmond, \ a Washington, Alexandria fi? Mt. Vernon Railway. iBefbet May 1. 1910. I.KAVK Al.KXAXHRIA. For W:?-I<ington, from corner Prince and Etoval sirvt-is. weok daya, at >4o, B o") 6 -'?'. *'? 00, C 40, 6 55, 7 06, 7 lo. . 30, I +'. -:o (,00.81 ? _??,?"? 10 lo 1030. 1050, 11 1". ll 26, "30, 11 oo a. m., 1210.12 26,12 30, -50, 110, 125, 130 1 -jij " iu ' 26, i 30, 2 60, 3 <*>. 3 ->, 3 .'>??. 3 ,>0, 4 10 4 ?, 4 30, 4 40, 4 55. 0 10, 6 25, 5 :i 0 l u' G 31 6 30, C 45. 7 00, 7 15. 7 25.8 00, S 30, i .. l.ioo, 1030, 11 10 aml 11 55 p. m. 8aa4Va-7 00,7S61 *10, ?20, 840. 900. ? X 0 40 10 00. 10 20, 10 10, 11 00, 11 20 and il"40a.in..l200 iii. 1220. 12*0, 100, 120, 1V) - 10 2 20, 2 IL 3 00, 3 -20, 3 40, 4 00. 4 '20, 4 +i' 6 00, > 20, 5 40. i; 00. 6 20, G 40, 7 00, 7 20, 740' . . .-0, <?30, 10 00, 10 30 and lllOp. m. r'OR ilOf ST VB?(ON. .-.,- .texandl? for Mount Vernon, week days.at 6 15, 656, 786, BU- 10 25, 11 25 a m , 12 25, l 25, 2 26, 3 30. 4 40, 6 3.,. ?; ??? 7 ?-.' ** 50, 9 50, 1" 50 and 11 M p. m. Bt?days 700. 830, '.?30, 10 30. 1180 a. ?, , 180,6 80,6 80.7 30. ? 46 and 10 16 p nx AR?le CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm ii quicklf abaorbed. Civej Relief at Once. It deeseee, soothes, heals aad psoteeta the fliBoaani meiu braaa r-*sulting from Catnirh and dfivee awny n Cold in tho F*'.ul quk?V. Pi?*. atores the Senscs of T?te and Smcll. Full <*iz<? 50 ct*.. atDniR HAY FEVER Ssl. iy Brothers, 56 Warrea Street, New York. tonN P. KoniNSOV, President. Geo. S. French, Sccretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and MAXTKAf-TrRERS OF FertHizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Suiphuric Acid. Ask vour tlealor tor tho Alexandria FertiiirorandCbomloal Co.'s Produets. Cspacity. 50.000 tons per annum. Prlnees* Street and lY.to-nao Uiver Wharf. Ale***ncliia. \ irsinia. Phone Taylor's Pharmacy FOR A POUND PACKAGE OF Chocolate Crispo SIMPLY DEUCIOUS SPECIAL, ,33c DELIVERED PROMPTLY. G__g?^in_-_irW-3^i ? PRINCE STREET. rEnterod atthe Postofflce of Alexandria, Virginia, as seeond-class matter.] Tkrmh: Daily-1 year. 15.00: 6 months. f-2.50; 3 months, 81.25: 1 month.43 cents 1 ?eek, lOeonts. _ Tri-weekly ? 1 year, 83.00: 6 months $1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, ? cents. . Oontraot advortisen* will not be allowed to exoeed their apaee unloss thooxcesn is paid for attransient ratcn, aud undor no circumslanoes will they be allowo-i to adverlise other than their leglti; n_teb?Jn?B in ihe space contractou Resolutions In naenoriam, of thanks. trihutesof respect. resolutions iidoptccl by societies or persons.un ess of public ?onee.ni, will Im prlntod la the papei aa Bdvertiaementa._________ YOl'TII MI UIH;itF.I>. Charles Clark, Iged IS, yeaterday morniug was found inurderod OH tho hanks of Timhcr creek, acroea the Roa noko. Va. border, in tho township of Vinton. Hc was lying on his face, Btripped of all elothee with the exoep tion ol Hndergannenta and shoes. A knife was found somc 76 faVOM from tho body, aud in another direction about 40 vanls away, were his wat'h, auspenders. aud a post card received from Mrs. Mary V. Jones. of Ljmeft II was through this li.at thc body was ideolified. It waa alleged that last Baturday Clark hadaaaiated Mrs. Jones to loare her huabaod, whom tho wo? man according to thc report. suspcrted of knowing aometbing ofthe death of Clark, but that he had been abk* to prove an alibi. Will Aliff. a companion of Clark, wa< arrcstcl. It developed later that the two youtha had aaateted a family or women to move into the neighborhood iu which the murder was committed, and Buapicion is directed againal the in tnatea of the bouee which ia nnder aur* reillanee. Thecapand trouaera wom by the voung man were found yeatc day under Olade Creek bridge, aboul 300 yards from where the body fras fouDd. MaryJonee, whoae buaband the Roa? noke police believe mighl be implicatcd in thc death of Charles Clark, worka in uthland ehoefgetory, Lyn -hburg, together with Clark'a Bteter. 8be de nied that ahe waa manicd. Bheetatcd ? ?rk had been *o.ng with her for some time provious to her going to Lynchburg, aboul len day- ago, and thal ber brotber had object d to the at tentiona of the young man. Stv avi?' ibe had uevpi hoard hcr btothot make any Ibroau againal Clark, nor did she know of any ill leeiiog between them. A TltlPir. TRAOBDY. A tripletr.igedy oecnrred nearWheea ing, XX Va., yeaterday, when John -Takonioff, a lanner, killed bis wife and 2-year-old baby, .ind then, turning the double-barrelcd shotgun on him? self. blew off li^ top of his head. Jealously was the oattaa of the crime, the husbind belieTing that bis wife was ln love with his brotber, wh<> boarded at tbe house. Tbe family lived on a farm in a re motepart ofthe county, and the neigh bors say tbat eurly yesterday morning i the two brotbers quarreled over the woman. Sbortly before noon tlie hus? band entered ihe kiulien. where his wife and baby were, and forcing them into the eorner, iired at tbem witli both barrels of the shotgun. The baby was shot dead in its motber's arms, and the charge, after passing througb the little one, entered the mother l head, causiDg instant death. After inurdering hli wife and baby, the father went to an upstairs room and, seating himself on a bed, piaced the mussleof the gun in his month aml pulled the trigger. When ollleera, gummonedby the neighboriog Earmere, ed tbe place, they found Ihe interior of 'the house drenched in blood. 1)1 \ AND LABOR. .lohn A. Di*. the demooratk iiotni nee for governor of Xcw York, spent several hours in New York eity ycster dav afternoon conferring with Chair? man Hoppuoh, of tbe democratic state committee. and other leadera of the state campaign. "There is no controversy between labor and ourselvee," said Mr. Dix after the conference. "There is no labor trouble in our niills. Any one who wants to ean soon find out what the situation is. All that will be uucaaaarj ia to go to tho employos themselvcs. Labor is capable of speak ing for itself and bas eompetent apokea* men. . As if tbe empbasize Mr. DU s re marks about labor. Chairman Huppucb gave out a statement last night signed by John J. O'Brien, president of Ix>cal No, 0. of tbe (wall paper) Printcri and Color Mixert' Union at Glens Falls, Hudson Falls and Scbuylerville, and bv the vice-president and secretary nnd 45 members. The statement says "We, the undcrsigned printera and color mixera, members of the National Assoeiation cf Machine I'riuters and Color Mixers of the United States, em? ployed bv the Standard Wall Paper Companv at iu Hudaon Falls and shuylerville mills, bchevmg that a great in justice has bcen done Mr. John A Dix and Mr. Wintield A. Huppuch bv reports circulated in regard to wages paid at tbe factories of tbe Standard Wall Paper Company, do hereby de clarc tbat the management of the Standard Wall Paper Company is beld in high esteem by ita employes, and that wo reaant the insinuation that starvation wages are paid any of its employes." After reciting the number of bours tbe employes of the Standard Wall Paper Company work, the sUtement declarea tbat the wages paid tbeae em? ployes alwayi eotnpared favorably with A MISSISSIPPI JNTHUSIAST Mrs. Lena Gresham, of Clinton, Miss., Bas a Few Facts to Tell Our Readers About Cardui. Clinton, Miss.-:'Thank? to- Cardui,'* writes Mrs. Lena Gresham, of thia place, "I have been greatly reheved. "I suffered for three years from female inflammation, and had taken medicine from lour different physicians without much benefit. "I have received more benefit from seven bottles of Cardui, than from all the physicians." Just try Cardui. Tliat's all we ask. It speaks for itsclf. lt has helped so many thousands, it must be able to help you. Try ing Cardui won't hurt you. lt ls safe, harmless, gentle in action, and purcly vcgetable. If you are weak, tired, down and out, try Cardui. If you are sick, miscrable, and suffer from womanly pains, like headache, backache, dragging fcehngs; pains ln Side, arms, legs, ete?try Cardui. lt is Ihe mcdicine for all women. It is the tonic for you. N B.-UW-* to: LadieV Advttonr DpaVCMh eooga Medicine Co . Chattanoo-^Tentv.j^Spofal Jnitructons. and M-paee book. Homa TreatmesB for Women," ?enl ia pUin wrapper. oa BBjBJBBj tbe wages paid employes in other wall paper factorirs. Yesterday was the liveliest betting <lav of the eai.ipaign on liie New York BtOCh Exchangc. Several brokers came fortfa with Btimaon rooney, which was taken at the prcvailing odds of S ,,, l. It is estimated that nearly $f>0,000 was wagered. The largest bet recorded waa OtM ol 14,000 to $2,000. A bet of $2,-">00 to $10,<KK) was offered that New York. N'ew Jersey, Connocti cut and Ohio will go democratic. A TAKTE OV WISTEH. Snow. many days ahead of iLs aver .?\ge date f.f appearance, MI yesterday ,is far south aa the north lectiooi of the (lulf statos, and tl'roughout. the entire country unseasonably cold weather prevailed. [n tbe easl ?nd south the cold ware from the wes ar? rived eariy in the day, and the ire diction is thal tbe cold will continue in thoae aectioni today to lie followed bv moderating temperature Sunday. ~ All northweetem Pe.nnsylvania was experieocing a aoowatorm of midwinter proportionfl last night. Beporta from Oii City, Titusvilk, Meadville and Corry, in the northwest, record from one to five inehes of snow fall. The Alleghany mouutains are beav ily blanketed with white. lhspatches from Louisville, Ky., say low temperatures and frosts are reported from a large section of the south and toutbweft A light tlurry of snow is reported froru points in Tenuussee and freezing weather is reported from many pointa in the southwest. Minden. iu north ern Louisiana, reports a temperature of 2V degrees, and frost was in evi denot over a section of the south ex tending from northern Texas to Cen? tral Georgia. Snow flurries fell in Louisville yesterday morning. Western and northern Michigan is experiencing the rirst winter storru of the year. Snow and gales are reported all thc way from Calumet, in the eop per country, down to Alpena and acrOM the stato lo Lake. Michigan, tha lowcr araa of the storm emhracing all that territory lying south and west of a line drawn froui Thunder bay to the Indiana line at a point we*t of Kah masoo. It is in time of Budden mishap or ac ctdenl that Chamherlain's Liniment .an b_ relied upon to take tbe place of the family doctor, who caunot always be fooad at tbe moment. Then it is that Chamherlain's Liniment is never found wanting. In CM8S of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the sorcncss and .Irives away the pain. Sold by W F. Creighton and Ricbard Gibson._ NfTTlCEis hereby given that the an? nual meeting ofthe stockholders of the WASHINGTON SAFE DEFOSIT COMPANY, inoorporated, will be held at the office of the company, No. 123 south Royal Street, in the eity of Alex? andria. state of Virginia, on the FIRSi I>A Y ofNOYEMB-R. PMO. at 12 o'eloek m., tor tbe purpeae of eleeting a board of direetors for the pnsuing year, and for the transaction of sueh other business ae mav come properlv before said meeting. GEORGE C. HENNINO, 0CU4-W Secretary. ________: Wedding Presents Beautiful pieees of Fumiture, Cut Glass and, handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. M.Ruben & Sons 601 KING STRBBT. City Bargains Fine Business property on King Street. centrally located, frontage of 4 7 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. Rentsfor $16.65 per month. One half square north of King street, in good ncighborhood. A new home in the not t*>western section. Two story frame dwelling. with aix 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 cash, balanceat $25 per month. Save rent and own your own home. Thompson & Appich 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va. City and Suburban Properties. Stocks and Bonds WE WATCH the WORLD renowned markets for precious stones. That is why we can offer dianiond and other ajern mouftt ed jewelry bclow thc rejcula* price A? we buy none bat Rrel water gems wo can sell no other grade. If von want 10 make b j-ift of food jewehy thia i- Ibe p'ace 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, ia 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. Ladier Black TaffeU Princess Dresses lace yoke braid trimming at $15.98. Ladies' Black Voile Princess Dresaes, lace yoke aatin trimming at $15.98. Children'e and Misses' all-wool Navy Blue Serge Peter Thompson Dres-es braid trimming with emblem on sleeve. 6 to 14 years at 5.98. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. An 8-room House Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch. At Braddock Station. This house ha, modern plumbinf. fine closeu. lar.e batbroom and pantry electric litfhts. city water. iron fence with concrete columns. concrete cellar.lar.e windows on all sides. snd everythintf a person could want in a perfect suburban h?me- /-. i Easy Terms. Discount for Cash. See Geo Nf. Reynolds. near Braddock station or let me know when it will tuit you to tfo. and I will take you to see this house. F. L. SLAYMAKER 313 King Street._ _ If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?tfie Right Kfnd? WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try ?ome of our line Imported Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., I AM OOT-RINO FOR SAL? EXTRA ( FANCY BRISTQW CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. I gt_*?itee every pound to -*rive satis _ctJon. Fresh and Smoked Meats, Qrooertes and Fs-xm Products of all kinds. Telephone orders given prompt .ttentton. Free delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Oorser Queen and Roywl street* Theue, ?en J_J.1M0?? fTW, fyli fy School Books and School Supplias of all kinds, a large line to select from. Bring us your list and we will All same at loweat pricea. A fine lot of second-hand books nowa on kand. SeF,Dyson&Bro* BOOKSELLERS aad STATIONHRS 508 KING STREET. KB-rtto oawrana??. X California Soft Shell Walnuts G,Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITTS Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels j 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. BUILDING MATEBIALB_ [F.STAlil.lsllk;I) 1?2.] Henry K. Field &Co., BueaeaaoTB to .M'Si'AH II. I>. SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF AI? KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Ofliee tnd Yartl 114N. I'nion street. Faetory No. 111 X. Lee street. Material Dallveied PRKEln the elty. W. A. Johnson & Co., X. B.Corner r.mieroii and Itoyal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Merchants :ii)<l itcalfB in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Mave on hand Qlbaon'fl XX, XXX. XXXX and Pure old Rye,Old Cabinet and MonoKram Whlaklea; alao Baker s and Thompson's Pure Rye Wbiaklee, to whieh they invito tti<-- attention of tlie trade. Ordera from the country lor mere__? ill receive prompt attention. con>.ignments of Flour, Oraln and C'ountrv Produee BOllclted, tor whieh they guai?itee the htfheat i_trketprteea and promp returnst Ottcrburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep sia. Inditfestion. Kidney and Liver Trouble*. Leading Physicians endor?e it and tes tify to its (freat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist_ John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and Commerce Streei' WHOLESALE tf RETAIL GROCER; and daalati in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produee received daily. Our atock. of Plain and Fancy Grooeries era? hraccs cvervthing to ho had in this line. We hold larjjelv in United States I-ond od warehouse and carry in stock various brands ofthe l>est PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Havoalso in store superiorgrades of Voreign and Amerlean WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. Vc Sagsftctlon Oiar?iteed as to Prtoa-and etiBTnty. 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 d. Savings Departments on grounds of absolutc safety and satisfaction. OFFIC. RS Judge C. E. Nicol. Presidenv. 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 ADJOIIMING 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. 1B. HARLOW & CO., INC, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458.* aepSi ii FOUKDEBS AND MACHINI8XB J.&, H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfs. Valves. Vc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria lron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repairs to Gasoline Engines. Motorcycles and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kiflds ot lron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke V Herbert Bldf. Tbe eompaataa r.-presentHIta this offlco bafre aaaeta of over ?ioo.ooo.ooo., Among other- atw: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool ftf London V Globc. i_tna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springfield Fire V Marine. lrompt attention given toadjiwtment oflossesandall matters oonnectert with nsurance. Your cough annoys you. Keep on backing aud tearing the dclicate mem branea of your throat if you want to bo annoyod. But if you want reliof. want to bc cured, take Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and JKichard Gibson. ICE Mutoal Ice Company Wholesaie and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Ordcra a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble.|clear as crystal. | ovnai laiiKion :ind I'nion ?treets. Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. jy'-f_____ H. WATILE8 Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS oj-h.k AM> BToa_Bl IU-117 n. BuTAbWt, Dcaler m Hardwarc. Paints. Agricul tural lmplementa. Vehicles.Harness. Field and Garden Seeds. WAREHOIKK*. WITH PSIOS "FKF.T, OX uara or ao. t_bbv hah.way. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feed Will always keop in stoek tbe higheat grade of those articlea. Kl>'? < rea_ Kalm haa baea tiiedacd not loun.i ?aatiag ln tbouaandaof homes all over thfl country. 11 has ivon :i i.la.e m tbe hrally nsfldtclno ckwt among tha reliaid.- bo_wbold ramedlflfl wben il is keptat li.inil for use in treattag cold 1? tbe bead Just aa soon as some niomber of the household Iwjgins thfl proliinlnary snee/.ing or tinuflling. It gives luiflBfl diatc relief and a day or two's troatm.*nt will putastop to a cold which might ii not ohflakod, bseome ohronlo and run nto a bad easo ofeatarrh.