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Thousands Take it in the Spring.
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilia when nccclerl for a number ?if years," writes James Hey, ?f)?0 Amber St., E.. Philadelphia. Pa., "and have always found thai it docs mc good. I always take it in the spring with the bcsl results. I have that lireil feeling in the morning and cannot eat, but after taking two ->r tlirce bottles of this medicine always ft ?'. like a diffcrcni person and advise every one needing a tonic to give it u fair t. > il. ' < ?et it to-day iti usual liquid form or chocolated tablet ? called Sarsatabs. Committees of Miners and Em? ployers Fail to Iveach Agreement. OUTLOOK COMPLICATED May Tic Necessary to Call (Jon vention to Take Final Action. Now York. May -'.?Calling of a min? ers' convention to upprove or disap? prove of the subcommittee's agreement for settlement of tho wage and other differences btween mint rs and t-i?^ra toru in the anthrai i11- coal Holds was practically decided upon by lite com? mittee of miners' representatives and members of the boards of the three anthracite districts affected at a ses? sion here to-night. Another Joint conference with the ? operators will first to- sought by the miners, in ail probability, to see it further con-esslons can be obtained, it was said after to-night's session. Tlie miners' committees adjourned until to? morrow, when a dei Islon will he reached, it was announced, whether a further conference with the operators ?hall be sought or an immediate <-?ll be issued for a minors' convention. This action followed rejection hy the miners' full committee to-day, at the Joint conforcn-'e with the operators' committee of ten. of the tentative agreement for a setth-tn-nt reached re? cently between the subcommittees "1 Ho- two Interest:'. If a convention is -ailed, a? >? ? i tried Certain to-night It will he. William Ort'?n. who represented President White, of th<- United Mltu- Workers, in to-day's conferences, said that it woiili be held either in Scran ton 01 Wlllccs liar re, and will he cohtpoeud of 400 del? egates from the three districts. Such a convention could he convened within four days utter notice of !t was given, Mr. Green d els red. Mr, Green expressed the opinion that if a conven? tion were held at once, i-foie another C?nferinCO with the operator.-. It would uphold the action of the miners' lull ?committee and von disapproval of, the subcommittee agreement.' In a statement to-night the opera . tors' committee Indicated a dlaln ' tllnutlon to meet again with the miners' representatives until after the I latter had ende;\?oied to set nr..- ratl Unequaled as a Douche A.-*.''.- from'tts hlch mnll'il qutlltttf SI ? 4 t- , to ttaa .'? l;k lorua riDo . -\: ?? ? < TYREE'S Antiseptic Powder cj tnoJit economical market. Is-d hy vorM for 2j yea.-v th* tafest germicide va tbe pbjflclia* oil ever Hm a'. equal an a ^rctci,tatlTe." U!s ?olvra JnMaiitly In water. 2.Vcent psckare makes 2 sailona utanJirJ eolu tlon Soli! I,r drnffls-.f erer-rnber?. Ask yocr iio-:or or send i^r booklet. J. S.TYHEE, Chemist, Washington,D.C We have a beautiful line of Bridal Pre? sents, the latest designs in silver and cut glass. A nice present for a little money. Call and sec our new stock. "The Diamond Merchants." J. S. JAMES, Jewelers and Opticians, SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS. Original Tanner Paint & Oil Co. 1417 and 1419 East Main, Richmond, Va. New Process Gas Ranges $12.50 to $36.50 Jones Bros. & Co., Inc., 1418.1420 ?. Main St. Heads Co-O?erafiOe Company Iteor-Adnilrnl Adolph >lnrlv. retired, ivhu ban been elected president of the Army mid Xnvy Co-operative Company, H<nr-A.luilrnl Mnrlx nan jmi^ advo? cate of the Inquiry board. ?"Wright. American Press Ass'n. ! flcatlon of tho pending settlement agt eemcnti I "The outlook, while- rather compll I catod, is not discouraging. It is hoped all differences may yet ho ndjusttd." I This was the statement madu early I to-night by Mr. Green shortly before the convening Of the evening session, j This agreement, It had been hoped, I would result in the speedy resumption j of work in the mines, where a sua pension affecting I TO.000 employes bc ca'mt effective April 1. Ol joctlon to the agreement. Which I had been approved by President John 1". White, was based on the tenure of ' the contract period ? which was for I four years; the abolition of the BHd j Ing seal, and tallure to recognize the] union to the extent domstided. The proposal for settlement of the ! was,- dispute waa voted down by the' , miners will- in conference with the j operators. After adjournment of th" conference, Mr. Green announced that I I a conference would be held to-night toj ! determine whether tho tentative agree- . ] nicht, rej'-cied by the general commit-1 : lee of the miners, should he submitted to a referendum vote or to a conven-1 I tlon of representatives of the 400 local! ; unions in the anthracite regions.) Should t**< referendum vote he decided j upon, Thomas Kennedy, president of' District No. 7. saht the offer of George] If, Baor, president ol the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, to sunmtt the! entire question In dispute to the sur? viving members of the anthracite coal j committee, winch settled the strike ten ) . Bps ago. would be submitted for tin- consideration of the full mem? bership of th. local unions. From Mr. Green and Mr. Kennedy It wa> learned that a majority of tho members of the general committee fa? vored a two-years' contract with the mine operators, and they state,) that this was the principal objection to 1 the tentative agreement considered in! tiie Joint conference this afternoon. I FORMER BANKER IS UNDER ARREST Cincinnati, Ohio. May 2.?E. B. Gal breath, former president of the .Second, National Bank, of this city, was ar rested here to-day by a United .State?, marshal on a charge of misapplying ; the funds of the hank The bank was recently discovered to i be in an embarrassed condition and Is' now being operated by members of! the Cincinnati Clearing House .Vssocla- j tlon. After the bank was taken ov>rl by the clearing house a new set of officers was placed In control. Tho wnrrant for Calbreath's trrefc'. I charges him with having wilfully ana unlawfully misappropriated funds of the bank for his own us* to the amount of (133,000. The ??varrnnt was sworn j out hy do United states bank exam- j Iber, i:. W, Coodhoart. Before becoming President of the! .Second National Hank. Oalbreath vas: a Federal bank examiner. Tho transaction upon which the war? rant was issued occurred nprll S. It is alleged on that day G.tlbrcath plac? ed In the .Second National Bank a draft for $83,000 drawn upon the Third Na? tional Bank, of St. l.oiiis, of which his brother. G. W. Galbreath, is vl*e-presl-I d.nl It Is charged that he then drew out of Hi.- Second National funds ag? gregating this amount, although hej had no ?count with the St. Louis batik.I Following his arrent 3albreath was taken before United States Commis? sioner Adler. He pleaded not guilty to the charge and Waived examination. Bond was fixid itt S1.YU00. Tidal Wave Wipes out Village. Victoria. B. c. May 2.?The steam? ship Mnro,ma hi ought news from Aus-1 Italia 16-day of ti tidal wave o<gh-| Itetl feet high wh'ch swept over the' l-'ljian town of Puna Point, wiping out the village of eighty houses early last month. The people were nearly all drowned and the few survivors have nothing to eat. LITIGATION IIAI,TS III Eli. Count /.eppelln's Cbnllcnjio Snld to Wail on Court's Decree. Bcrl'n, May '-'.?The Germania to-day prints a Story that Count Zeppelin, t:. Dtllldt r and operator of airships, some time ago challenged Theodore K: Ler ncr, who was secretary for the Kcp pei'liu Arutlt expedition, to a dud, but th..' the mutter has not been decided, depending upon the outcomo ot sev? eral law soils between the principals. EXPfNSTv?~T0^T?ND?RD Its Diiiulnntion of WillerK-I'leree Com. linny roplN Venrly ?4,000,000. St. I.ouls. May 2;?Domination of the Waters-Plcrco OH Company of St. 1.ouis by the Standard oil Company of New Jersey has cost the St. 1,oil's corporation (3407,673 in fines, attor? neys' fees and pthcr legal expenses during the last s'f: year-, accord'fg to Its annual report, made public to? day. T!.< company was lined $500,000 in Mlasour', |l,O7s.OO0 In Texas and |500. '")?? in both Arkansas and Oklahoma Its attorneys' les during this loca? tion, according to the report, aggre? gated 1300,1. _ Kill- llufthand; Commits Sulrlde. Ilagerstown. Md May S?In a nt of Jea. <.Us ras-. 'Mri. I.uther Jenkins, twenty-three years of ?se. shot and mortally wounded ber husband here early to-ilay. File then ? ommitted suicide by shooting herself. Jen? kln? med two hours later. Jenkins was thirty yaara of are. H< cam* from Stanley. Va.. and had been a pitcher )?: a minor baseball kasue. but lately was employed on the Weitem Maryland Hall? way. Morn- lo .Meet MrCarty. rKprinaneid. Mo.. May J.-^-Carl Morrlt, th? 8aputpa ?Cikia.i heavyweight* arrived h-re to-.lay. and -pent several hours In a aym nailurn compUtlnc hi- training for a ten :<.uml moxlnr bout with l.uln- McCarty here to-morrow night. Both men have trained well, and are In sood condition. their nun nstrn -ay. It in got believed th? authorities will in-! I>ir? from A-ph> Ontlnn. Norfo'k. Va i M-"V S.?Henry ft. Jennings.' a young man. was found In his room hero :...-0jv I. ad !r..;n asphyxiation by (ja-, A sealed note wai left by Jennings, addressed to nil ??!>. ar Wife" In Elisabeth City, c. | The cause of his filicide Is not known Believes This Will "Cure Lung Troubles" Consumption is a disease which should ' r..it be trifled with. If the trouble Is pres cut, don't waste time In argument. If a M-eailed "cold" has !oi.ff persls-.ed: if a i'iiiish Is present that Keeps you anxi? ous; or any ot ihr symptoms exist, auch a? fever or night sweats, weakness and lo?s of appetite, anil perhaps, some ralslnc of mlK cti-iio the sensible thine?take Eck man's Alterative?as Mr. Uvitersworth did. Bowling Orern. Ky . I!. No. 4 "fknl'.fniin: In 19W I bad a several couch for six months. I tri?.! all the med? icine that my friends and doctors rccom- I mended to me. but no results came for the better. At last 1 tried your medicine, in on- week's time there was qult<- an Im? provement In my condition, and after I had taken several bottles I fell as well as , ever In my life. I will ffladly write person? ally to any parly Wanting Information In; recard 10 your w -jsV r'ul medicine." c Sigurd Affidavit) , A C. BETTE RSWOBTH, Bckman's Alterative is effective In Bron <hlt!s. Asthma. Hay Fever: Throat nncl I.line Troubles, and In upbuilding ihe sjs tem. Does not contain jtoTsons. opiates or habit-forming ilruca. Vor sale hy Owen? * Minor Prtie Company and other leading drupujsts. Ask for bonkW telilns of re? cover!..' and wr!io to Eckmsn's r.?4oratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence. Good music for everybody Most people !ovc good music?comparatively f e w are accomplished musicians. Any one can play the Victor and every one can enjoy its delightful music and entertainment. We will be Rind to play this wonderful instrument for yoti at any time and tell you how easily you can own one. Ii you'd rather have a Victor? ia Victrola, you can get one from $15 ^to $250 ?9 . i ! 121 East lim.ut Street. Back to Nature's Food With the advent of Spring and Summer comes a desire for closer contact with Nature and for a simpler, more rational diet. When you get back to Nature you will want to get back to Nature's food. Cut out meat and potatoes for a while and eat iscuit with fresh green vegetables. It will mean health, strength and Summer joy. Because of its porous shreds and its Biscuit form Shredded Wheat combines most naturally with all kinds of fresh fruits, presenting them to the palate in all the richness of their natural flavor. Heat the Biscuit in oven to restore crispness and then cover it with berries or other fresh fruits and serve with milk or cream. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the Real "Staff of Life" The Shredded Wheat Company Niagara Falls, N. Y. News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau. The Tlme?*DI?patch. 10M HuW Street. , Phono Mudlson 17.*. Tota; collections, amounting tp nearly *"?? CO*, were m>4t by Depot* Tr.asurer J. w it.-onaugh. Jr., during the month of April, according to a report ?it.mltted to City Treasurer J. O. Pace. Ot this amount. M.0J7.MI goes to the city, while Jl'TfO. P?lu tor liquor license*, noon to the State. Tho amounts ot city collections Is a* fellows: Dog taxes. $t2.!?; wagon taxes. ceme? teries, IW5.:S: i.'lty Collector. I2.tws.4t; tine* In Police Court. I'art 2. clerks' fee*. Hustings Court. Part 2. I.-I.77; water rents. Tlie liquor licenses wer- apportioned as follows: Eleven retnilcrr. 8SS0 each; nine ?hippers. 11.000 each; one manufacturer, I'.-M; one wholesale, $:.^o. miking a total of H*.;00. Negro Had Smallpox. What Albert Johnson. * negro :aoorer, supposed to be a slight ullmcut. was dts red iast night by l>r. it. P. Kucker to! tie a severe attack of smallpox. Alarmed I at the chances the man hod to spread the disease, t>r. Rucker notifled the Third Po ' lice Station. An effort to g-et Dr. Levy, of Hie Hoard of Health was unavailing, and | after being detained for more than an hour at the doctor's office Johnson WS| permitted t.. no to hi>. home, -to Weit Twenty-second street, where he will be kept pending action j hy the health off!' era. The Twenty-second Street neighborhood Is I In what Is generally known as Tanyard not- ' torn, and Is In the thickest part ot the col? ored section of the city. It 1? without sew? ers, and et some points without C!t; water, and I* one of the neglected spots In tin en? tire city. Should the contaFlon make any , sort of headwsuy It would be almost Impos? sible to stamp It out. I In the r.illee Court. 1 Mike Whllty. colored, charted with ob- 1 lalnlnp Sir, from Harris. Floyd by false pre tensea, was yesterday granted a contlnuanea until Monday b:* .iu?t:ce H. A. .Maurice in Police Court. Tart 3 Marshall A. Clark, a young white man. charged in a warrant with desertion, was put under Jl^t security to pay his wife tho sum t? a week foi twelve months. Faint-. Waiting to See Show. I While standing In line waiting to enter a mcvlne-plrture show. Louis Brown, a > oung white man, last nig::-, about S o'clock had ~ ? sst Axt A S Vlrdnln?Fair Friday, cooler near the coast; >tltnrdny, fnir. North Carolina?I'nlr Friday, show? er* ni nlclit or MiiurdHt In \\vat por? tion, fnlr In cast. Special Local Onto for Veaterdny. 13 noon teniperature . as ?1 P. M. temperature . St Maximum temperature up to S" P M. SI Minimum tempera' ire up to S P- M.;.,. gii Mean temperature . 67 Normal temperature . tS Excess in temperature . -i Excess In temperature since March 1 . 0 Accum, deficiency ;n temperature I since January l . 4101 Excess In rainfall ?.nce March 1. 3.011 Accum, excess In rainfall since January I .. 1.8S : liocnl Observation s p. m. Vesferdny I Temperature . <>>' Humidity . Wind, direction .Ea?t Wind, velocity . .? Weather .Cloudy CONDITIONS IV I SI PORTA xt CITIB? (AI S P. M Eastern Standard Time.) Place. Thor. II T. UT, Weather. Aslicvlllc _ 76 54 Cloudy Atlanta . 7" 72 an Cloudy Atlantic City. 7 1 .".o Clear Boston . *?- 60 69 Clear Buffalo . t> i ?8 ii P. cloudy Calgary . 86 ? ! 3'". Clouds Charleston ..7? 7 1 70 P. cloudy Chicago . 62 fc'i Oloudj Denver . 61 '-s 42 P. cloud] Uulttth . 3? Cloudy Galveston ...7?; s- 70 p. cloudy Hatteras .... 66 66 Clear Havre . is 48 Cloudy .lacksonvllle.. fix ^'i 68 Rain Kansas City.. SO St 70 Clear l/iuisv'lle ... 7S v* fii Clear Montgomery.. 52 ?*> <*>?'. Cloudy New Orleans, 7.? S3 ?0 Cloudy New York.... 6? I f2 Cleat Norfolk . 72 SO ..s Clear Oklahoma ... 7< ?2 Clear Pittsburgh .. 6? i i fio P. ' loud Raleigh . 14 S3 ?0 p. .-loud St. Louis _ M SI ?:?; Clear st. Paul . ?,',", Cloudy San Prnnclsco 63 48 Clear Savannah ... 72 SO 6i7 Cloudy BpOKfl tie 12 P. cloud Tampa . s2< 72 Cloudy Washington.* 70 clear Winnipeg 1 Cloudy Wythevllle .. 66 S3 .1 I . clotif MINIATURE W.MAN\c. May P.. 1012. man tide. Run rises.... fi:lt Morning.... S: Sun sets.7;0o Evening-6: an attack of vertigo and fell in a faint. Ha was picked up and cat Tied out of 111" crowd, but before th<- arrival of a physician had re? el ered sufficiently to reach home with tba aid of friends. Hear < ondemnatlon Proceedings. Arguments In the condemnation proe?cd biBs of the city et' Richmond against W. B. Bradley rind others were heard before .Indue F. II. Wella yeaterday In the Hustings Court. Part 5. The property In Issue was Wanted hy the city to open Decatur Street, but by permission of the court this proi.ci was abandoned. Another scheme, to open this territory, which would be a great sav? ing, was offered as a substitute. The }.',.o? personal Inlury suit of T. .1. Bush, an infant, attains; .1. B. ChewntnB. will be tried in the Hustings four!. Part J. to-day. lllg Revivals In Sivanshoni. Swansbotu Is in the throes of two large revivals, which nre now In progress at the Weal Knd Hethodlat and the Wea*therford Memorial churches. Thr ro"etlr,gs are well attended. nn,I are drawing large congre gatlons. iMany conversions nr,? reported. Hies from Injuries. TV. ii. ghcffeld, twenty-one years old. died ;.it' Wednesday nicht at the Retreat .for the 1 sick from Injuries received early that day by helni; run over by a freight engine near Mntoaca. Mr. Sheffield was a carpenter. He Is s.ilrt to have attempted to board the train and was thrown. Both legs were sev? er. ,1. His remains were shipped tan night, to Nelson county for burial. Property Transfer? Mow. I Although all real estat- agent- report bus? iness as beim; I.risk, very few deeds of bar-1 gam and sale are being; placed on re..:,! In the Hustings Court. Part Yesterday for the Urn time In thro days a transfer wns put on record. The propel ty. ari-or<!ln?j ' to the deed, was sohl by Joseph o. Wnodrin i to Rattle A. Wilkinson. It fronts thirty ? feet on Twenty-second street between Perry 'and Porter. The price was ait at iW and 'other valuable consideration.' With South-hie Lodges. Washington L'amp, No. 32. patriotic Order Sons of America, will meet to-night at Ors ley'a Hall. Swans-horo. New South Council, No. .?. Junior Order United American Mechanics, will hold Its i-cular meeting to-nlgb:' at Odd-Fellows' Hall. Manchester Txidge. No ejj, jt. p. q ?j ? I :is regular mert|r- last night at the Elks' rjeme. Henderson Lodge. No. ia:>. I. O. O. F . met last night at Tonev's Hall. Eleventh and Hull Streets. I'ersnnnl Mention. : V. A. Carlisle, of Newherrv, s. C. la spending a few days with friends on the Southside. Former Oovernor .T. I|oge Tvler has b^n visiting his daughter, Mis T. P. Mer-cmneit at Buck Hill. George Ryan, or Chester, was in town on business yesterdsy. Mrs. a. Y. Fov and children, who havo been visiting Mrs. John S. Robinson, of 1100 Deratur Street, have returned to the|r home in New Vork. IX FAVOR OF HATCHETT. .indue Barksdale Renders nerlahm in Contested Elect ton cn.se. (.Special t<. The Times-Dispatch.] Meherrln, Va., May :?Judge \n il llniu It. Barksdale rendered Inn deci-| sion in the contested election case of i A. S; Rrldgeforth vs\ C. Hatchetl I to-day, and as a result. Mr. Hatchetl 'continues to hold the office of treasurer ['for the term to which lie was elected. Mr, Brldgeforth, who opposed Mr. [Hatchetl, was defeated j| the Novem? ber election hy twenty-nino votes, and! I iiia friends Immediately charged that| fraud was participated in at several, precincts, and tiled notice of contest. Henrliig fur Harry Than*. 1 White Plains. N. V.. May -stice I Keogli In the Supreme rourt to-day ard j argument on the application of Harry f, w I I for a hearlnu before a Jury as to his samt, i i Justice Kcogh decided on .lime M as tile"'! i dale for hearing. In the meantime It will b'? definitely determined whether the mat? ter nlll be heard by a lury or Justice I Keogh, After ? brlel argument the court decided |o let four alienists testify for each j side. The hearing In June probably will ex? tend hit a period of several weeks. SEVERAL REPORTS RECEIVED. Second Day's Session ?f Southern i 'hrlntlan < onvenllon. [Special to Tite Times-Dispatch.' Bloh College.: N. C May 2.?The evening 'Of the second day of the Southern Christian Convention, now In session here, wan devoted to re? ligious oxerclse and a sermon by the Rev. Oliver W. Pbwors, i> I)., of Day j t"li O . home ihlsslon set clary of the ' American Christian Convention. ! The iliornlhg acwslon to-day was given over to the report of the Sitnday School Hoard, of which ftov. II. I'.. ttountrco, <>f Waverly, \"a.. i* chair? man, the discussion <>f home missions aim the report of the board on that subject Rev, J. \V, Harrell, Ports? mouth, Va., und Rev. J. O. Atkinson. i D. D, oach made strong appeals under tlie report of this board. The Foreign -Mpsslon Board, of which ftev. n. O. Newman, Holland. Va., la chairman, reported, and its work was heartily Indorsed and encouraged by ti 1 ? con? vention. Tho woman's homo mlss'on work was discussed 'n detail, Mrs. c li. Rowland, Franklin, Va., heing chairman of this hoard. Perhaps the mo-st Interesting report of this day's session was tho report of the board on Echools and colUge", 1 of which hoard Dr. E. U MofHtt, Ashe I horo. N. C. Is c hairman. This board I will also nonilnate twelve trustees for I the college, from which nominations J the board of trustees of the College will elect several new members at the meeting in June. The Laymen'"* Mis? sionary Movement was reported, and a general discussion followed. .MAY KOT KILL VACANCIES, Colored Conference Considers Matter of KleetlnK New BiHhop?. Ch.vr'otte. N. C. May 2.?The ques? tion of electing two bishops to suc? ceed M. J. YV. Smith and M. R. Frank? lin, deceat'ed, was precipitated at to? day's session of the twenty-fourth quadrennial conference of the A. M. K. X.lon Ohurch, colored, of America, and I promises to develop Into one of the < liveliest Issues to he discussed. > It was recommended that a decided j saving to the c*hurch could be effected I by having; only eight bishops and al I lowing the two vacancies to r?main unfitted for the present. This discus Ision occupied a gr.-atcr part of the af? ternoon session, and has not been [agreed upon. Rir-hop Hood appointed I,the various committees on education, j church extension, revision, episcopacy, .vornan*? home and foreign missions, [?public worship and devotion and Sab? bath obssrvancc to-dny. Bishop .1. W. Altrock was named to deliver the quadrennial address. The evening session was devoted to further addresses of welcome and ra I sponges from prominent delegates, j There are representatives here from all parts of the United States, as well [as from the West Indies and the roast [of Africa. Thor.? or, over 900 dele; guitea and visitors In the city. Thn session will adjourn here to-morrow, and all tlie delegates will go In a body to visit Livingstone College, located at Salisbury, N. C? as there will he a special train provided for thie mem Iberi of Wie conference. Bishop George [w, Clinton announced to the members I of the session that he had been able, to secure the services of Booker T. Washington, of Tuskegee Institute, to lie present and address the members Ins well as friends upon the live Issues j that are affecting the negro race In tflie South and elsewhere. Gas, Sourness and Indigestion Quickly Banished _ Stomach Distress Vanishes in Five Minutes and Dys? pepsia Is Easily Con? quered by Mi-O-Na Stom ' ach Tabjets. That drbwsv feeling after tncals, ,ir com pan ted by hevincssat pil of stomach, means that you arc in dancer of indiges? tion. Start tu put your stomach right before it fines so far wrong that serious results will follow. Keep MI-O-NA stomach tablets with you all the time; t.tkr one or two after or with meals and stomac h distress \\ ill never appear. A man can easily rurry a box in his vest pocket. A woman ran carry them in her pur.-?-. They will surely cure my case of stomach distress if used as directed. If your food ferments in the stomach and gas forms, and sour food belches into the mouth, MI-O-XA stomach tablets will stop the misery in live minutes. If you have any symptoms of indiges? tion, don't waste time. Put your stom? ach in shape before indigestion takes com? mand. Indigestion or any chronic stomach trouble leads to loss of vigor and vitality; half the nervous wrecks in America to? day can blame indigestion for their con? dition. Fermentation of food means that your stomach i- run down: that your food doc- not digest and that the blood not being supplied with nutritious element, cannot supply the various organs of tho body with sufficient nourishment. that's why indigestion often causes eye weakness, brain fag, palpitation of heart, inactive liver and even pains in the kid? neys. Get a 50-cent box of MI-O-XA stom? ach tablets to-day at any drug store. Don't waste time with relievers; get the remedy that cures as well as relieves. I the Tragic Drug Co. guarantee it. BOSHER'S VEHICLES Excel n Style, Workmanship and Durability. Best fo-i the Money that can be Bought. Runabouts, Phaetons, Surreys, Buggies and Frazier Carts Finest Assortment in the City. TUB BEST AUTOMOBILE, CARRIAGE AND WAGON REPAIRING AND REPAINTING. R. H. BOSHER'S SONS 15 South Ninth Street. R. L Barnes Safe & Lock Co.,lnc. Manufacturers and Dealers In everything In Safes, Vaults and "Prink Vault Fittings. Special Una of Safea, Standard llreproof. from fiO up. Old safes taken In part pay? ment of new purchase, Sketches, catalogues and'prlce?. cheerfully fur? nished on the smallest to largest lt-;ms. R. T. LIPSCOMBE, Sales Manager, n-ii-in South Klahth Street. - - - RlcJunoa?, T?.