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EUROPE’S VIEW IS AWAITED ON U. S. OIL ACTION Reaction on Repudiation of Mesopotamian Agreement Breeds Speculation. NOTE TO GREAT BRITAIN WASHINGTON. Nov. 26.—Tbe UnUed States having repudiated absolutely the Anglo-French agreement on Mesopota mian oil, officials here today awaited reaction from Europe to Secretary of State Colby’s note of protest to Great Britain. The note is expected to. in fluence the League of Nations meetings at Geneva on the question of methods of administration of mandates. Great Brit ain holds the mandate over Mesopotamia. What effect Colby's note will have in the light of Germany's recent protest against the distribution of mandates over her former colonies by the principal al lies. also is awaited with interest. The Colby note addressed to British Foreign Minister Lord Curzon was In protest-against the San Kemo agreement between Great Britain— and France for n apparent division of the oil supplies of Mesopotamia. The message carried the important points: The United States holds it is of the utmost importance to the future peace of the world that alien territory transferred as a result of the war with tbe Central Powers should be held and administered In such a way as to assure equal treatment to the commerce and to the cltixens of all nations. ACTED ON SCCII UNDERSTANDING. It was on an understanding to this effect that President Wilson at the Paris peace conference was persuaded that the acquisition under mandate of certain enemy territory by the victorious pow ers would be consistent with the Iwst interests of the world. Great Britain pledged in her previous note to the Government “that the nat ural resources of Mesopotamia are to be secured to the people of Mesopotamia and to the future Arab State to be es tablished in that region and that it is the purpose of the British government not only to secure those resources to the Mesopotamian State, but also its abso lute freedom of action in control of her and in particular that it is far from the Intention of the mandatory power to es tablish any kind of monopoly or pre ferred position of Its own interest." The United States “fiuds difficulty in reconciling" this pledge with the special arrangement in the San Kemo agree ment. In view of Gnat Britain's assur ances that it has no intention of estab lishing any kind of monopoly, Colby said: '"I am at some loss to understand how to construe the provision of the San Remo agreement that any private pe troleum company which may develop the Mesopotamian oil fields shall be under permanent British control.” The note requests that Great Britain rubmlt to the United States the man dates now being drafted for Mesopotamia and Palestine by Britain before their submission to the council of the League of Nations and that tbe drafts of these mandates he made public. K. of C. Head to Tell of Recent Pilgrimage James A. Flaherty of Philadelphia, su preme knight of the Knights of Colum bus, will arrive in Ind.nnapolis Sunday on his tour of the K. of C. jurisdictions through the country. Mr. Flaherty Is making his annual tour to fill speaking engagements in order to give a persona, account to the membership of the K. of C. in the principal cities of the country of th** recent Knights of Columbus Lafayette-Metz-Rome pilgrimage, which he headed. More than 250 anights, rep. rjsenting every State in the Union, made the trip. Another motive of Mr. Flahc-rty’s tour Is the readjustment of K. of C. welfare and educational work consequent to the offer of a $5,000,000 memorial huildlrg by the K. of C. to the American Legion. Mr. Flaherty will inspect K. of C. schools and other wel are units during his tour and return to his committee of supreme officers with recommendations for changes in the work if he finds changes necessary. Local knights will hold a reception In lfonor of their chief. RUBENS CLOTHES at Big Reductions All clothing prices are lower, but it falls to the Rubens Store \ to set flie pace in the down grade of' prices with real sub stantial reductions on goods of sterling worth. ‘cy Supply your clothing wants here now, from the season’s smartest styles at savings which you can’t afford to overlook. Every Suit and Overcoat Price Reduced fl in&ijA Suits sLa i Suits and y\iHM Overcoats, Overcoats, /\ islli Worth $30.00 to $35.00 | Worth $35.00 to $40.00 V ill ?1C A* s Sale | Bays’ and Children’s C F™'*- Price on Overcoats and Suits, MW g, si/\ s Suits | Specially priced during thin sale — jj jj jjjg /lifjfp Overcoats wfj l Ifot L Whrth $40.00 to $45.00 j $7.35 to $17.75 J JiM Store Open Until Nine o’Clock Saturday Nights r> f TP IT'TVTC! 39West K. LJ O 111 IN O Wash. St. THOUSANDS LOST IN SYSTEMATIC WORKHOUSE LOOT (Continued From Page One.) Sixteen cans of kidney beans. • One can of corn. One gallon of e-pples. Eleven cans of peas. Thirteen bars of Ivory soap. Six bottles of table sauce. POTATOES MISSING, THE RECORDS SHOW. The inventory showed from seventy five to 100 bushels of potatoes, yet the poof farm receipted for only fifty bush la. Out of a half barrel of vinegar live gallons was given to the poor farm I'here were 101 half-gallon cans of to matoes and the only record of tomat distribution shows that one dozen gtii ion cans went to the detention honu Out of twenty-seven one-half gallon jar of pickles only seven gallons went t> the detention home. *’ Six dozen boxe.* of matches turned up miss'.ug, the othe half doze* going to the courthouse Jani tor. ~ The receipts also demonstrate the lax ity with which the Inventory was mad • For instance the invoice shows 300 pounds coffee, yet recetpts for 325 pounds were filed by the institutions The same is true of 200 pounds of bro ken rice, the receipts showing that 315 pounds were accounted for. Other portable material is also miss !ng, according to the records. Anion, the items of which there is no official trace are: One ironing board, one elec tric iron, one wringer, four ironing beards, one dozen flat iron, two eighteen inch fans, one dozen lantern globes, two shotguns, two carpets (the third belnc receipted for by J. J. Griffith, county surveyor), one hall linoleum, oue elec trie motor. The hardware and furniture evl dently proved attractive also, for in few instances do the invoice aud the re ceipts correspond. An organ is missing, as well as two ice boxes, twelve lamp shades, a small sausage grinder, 13V beds, two boxes of buttons, two sewing machines, sixty-six mops, two lawn mowers, oue tool chest, one work bench, two lock boxes, one library cabi net, four record books, one water cooler, twenty-one chairs, one clock, three swivel chairs, three cabinets three lock boxes, three fiat top desks and one roll top desk. The distribution of the clothing and beddiug also does not tally with the in ventory. Sixty-seven pairs of old and new shoes are missing out of 240 shown in the Invoice. Fourteen ami three quarter dozen undershirts are unac counted for, 102 straw hats and ninety eight caps. RECEIPTED FOR MORE GOODS THAN LISTED. Only 120 pairs of socks were listed, but receipts are on file for 241 pairs. The same is true of drawers, 174 appear ing on the inventory and 340 drawn out. Three hundred and twenty pairs of Jump ers are receipted for while the inventory showed only three hundred pairs. Three hundred blankets were hut 354 were taken out. Receipts show that 203 pillows and pillow slips were received by tbe institutions out of an inventoried stock of 130 at the workhouse and in the same manner ISI bed ticks were ob tained out of an inventoried list of 100. The records fall to disclose what dis position was made of growing garden truck listed In the Inventory. On the day the list was filed there was grow ing on the workhouse grounds four arres of potatoes, one and one half ncres of onions, one-half acre of beans, one aud one-half acres of field corn, one-half acre of sugar corn, one-eighth acre of To Keep Hair Wavy, Lvstrcux, Beau'iful The use of the hot curling Iron cannot be too strongly condemned. It meaus death to the hair eventually. More over it is entirely unnecessary. The hair can be kept beautifully wavy and curly to any extent and in any form de sired. by using the simple and harmless silmerlne method. Liquid sllmerlne should be applied to the hair before doing it up, using a clean tooth brush. In about three hours you will find that a very pretty "natural'' wave and curli ness has resulted, and the effect will last quite a considerable time. Liquid silmerir.e is really beneficial and is not sticky nor greasy. Neither does it streak the hair nor staid the scalp. You need get only a few ounces from your druggist The best nay Is to divide the front and back hair into from four~to six strands and to moisten each strand separately from root to tip. —Advertisement. peas, one-fourth acre of tomatoes, one and one-half acre of carrots, parsnips and beets, one and one-fourth acres of tur nips and kale, one acre of strawberries, raspberries and blackberries, 0,000 cab bage plants and one acre of radishes, cauliflower and other vegetables. FIRST SMILE FOR DUNGEON GIRL Lass, 19, Kept Prisoner All Her Life, Develops. CHICAGO, Nov. 28.—Mary Zumback is able to smile for the first time in her nineteen years of life Her first smile came Thursday at American Hospital, where she ha* been, since her release from the basement dungeon of her home. She had been •:ept there all her life. Through efforts of Dr. Sigmund Krumbolz, nerve specialist, it is ex pected she will recover all of her fac ulties, Mary was fodnd in the dungeon of her Joliet home several weeks ago. Through efforts of the Herald and Ex aminer she was brought here, lir. Krum holz became interested in the case and has attended her daily. At first he could not smile. She could not walk. She never attained power of speech. Her body was badly deformed. Hospital physicians are considering a surgical operation that may restore her. Tank at Milton to Pay 50 Cents on Dollar Special to The Tim£. RICHMOND, Ind., Nov. 26.- Announce ment i* made here that Claude S. Klt ermac, receiver for the. Farmers’ Bank it Milton, will make a settlement with he depositors and other creditors of hv-bnk approximating 50 per cent of proved claims. Legitimate claims eventually will te settled dollar for dollar, for there has •een any question ns to the sound flnan 'a 1 standing of the stockholders of the institution. It Is said. It is understood claims which have been lied against the Farmers’ bank total.-d spproximately $250,000, while the assets >f the bank that can lie applied Ituiuedl j'tely total $125,000. Assets available for distribution rep resent, It is stated, collections that have been made on notes and overdraft. When the bank failed last July, foi .owing the suicide of Oscar M. Klrlln, ! the cashier. there was only a smelt amount of cash in the institution. Kokomo Suit to Test Enumeration Claim Spcclxl to The Times. KOKOMO, iud., Nov. 2i—C. R. F. Clark, township trustee, has sited the Board of County Commissioners for S3OO for services rendered by May me Clark, Gertrude Ladd and Ida 8 h roc It in pro curing an enumeration of voters di rected by law ih count structed commissioners that there was no liability for the claim and the suit will test the law point. The Model “Hot Blast” J§ Soft Coal Stove If you plan the purchase of a soft coal | stove this season you'll not make a mis- J take in selecting a Model Hot Blast, as It is one of the best soft coal stoves on the market It Is durable and will g|v 0 long v^“\ and satisfactory service. We carry several sizes and prices In the Model Hot Blast, and shall be very glad mWBMMmK to show you any size you may wish when ever you have time to stop in. I/ - Vs Lilly Hardware Cos. Washington St. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2§, 1920. BANK CLOSING BLAME ON FARMER Refusal to Risk Losses Causes Dakota Money Turmoil. FARGO, N. D„ Nov. 20.—Reluctance of farmers to risk financial losses in the present adjustment of living costs was blamed by bankers today for the financial turmoil in North Dakota which has caused doers of thirteen banks to close in two weeks. Farmers by withholding grain from the market are falling to liquidate their loans, causing banks, facing possible withdrawal of public funds, to suspend payments pending adjustment of the situation. F. W. Cathro, director general of the State Bank of North Dnkotn at Bismarck, explained. Treasurers who call in their funds do so on their own responsibility, Cathro said. “There is no law entitling them to do so.” Catho declared the measure considered at the last election, permitting treas urers of public funds to make withdraw als, is not self-executory, even If passed. Heretofore public funds deposited by compulsion in the State bank, have been redeposited in other banka. The amendment to this law considered at the election provided withdrawals might start Dec. 2. State bank officials estimated withdrawals would total *1.500,00. In all the State bank has col lected and redeposited $12,000,000 in public funds. "Conditions in North Dakota are not such as to bring on a panic,” Cathro said. “Two months ago 1 estimated that if nil the grain held in the State was sold, it would take care of the debts of all ’the t anks in the state, including the State bank, five times over. Since then the price of grain lias dropped only about 25 per cent." i "The Bank of North Dakota," said William Lemcke, vice president of the | National Non-Partisan League and at j torney general, “could save the banks that have closed their doors by lending them an additional few thousands If tbe Independent Voters' Association had not crippled the* bank iu an attempt to j ruin it.” Calling attention to the depositors' guarantee law, W. C. McFadden. secre tary of the State Bankers' Association, , declared the depositors cannot lose. | “If the worst should come it will be . the roor bankers who lose,” said Me- Fadden. Plan Welcome for Salvation Army Head One thousand Indianapolis citizens have been invited to attend a welcome meeting being plnnned for Commander William I’eart. newly appointed head of the Central Western division of the Sal vation Army, on the occasion of hi* first visit to the city, Dec. 2. The* meeting will be held at the Masonic temple and wilt he marked by the attendance o' all Salvation Army officers of Ind sna Dlvl atonal Commander Samuel Withers of Detroit. Mich.: Chief Secretar/ Colonel Sidney Gauntlett, Field Secretary Colonel John Fytin, and Property Secretary Colonel Thomas Scott, and the terrttorl.il staff band fiem Chicago Figure in ‘Luted, From Home ’ Case =' JOSEPHINE LIVINGSTON AND PEARL DELCHER. When the Federal grand Jury' convenes ' next month it will investigate the re- j puted notion of Tharel Lawson, 21, 2230 Mnrtlndale avenue, in luring two 18-year old girls, Josephine Livingston anti Pearl Belcher, from their homes in French Lick to Indianapolis. I’ostoffice inspectors have many let ters written by Lawson to rh- two girls and by the girls to Lawson. The believe that from these letters they can make cases of using the malls to defraud and* Waterworks Plant at Hartford City Pays Special to The Times HARTFORD CITY, Ind., Nov. 26. Reports of Ernest Whitaker, city treas urer, show the Hartford City municipal water works plant a paying proposi tion. Receipts from the last quarter were $4,800 and the plant now shows a net profit of $7,300. A little more than n year ago the water woj-ks were liquidated. The fund will lie used for repairs on the price of water reduced through a petition to the public service commission. 350-3z>4 East basliinjon Street POTATOES-Fancy v Michigan stock. 2i -2-Bushel bag . . . . . ..V.V.V.*.s3^Bo PILLSBURY 4X ELUXjA. tt'f 24-pound sack 3 10 Pounds .bij^ APPLES Baldwin and Greenings, £* 4 fk (| Bushel basket j£ \f 6 Pounds Sunkist Lemon., Grape Fruit extra * 11MV s , 2e S ozen a**', " ,ce . th '" rind . 10<* Cranberr.eo, extra fancy, large dry 4 berries, pound JiOU Domestic Onions, red or 4 t Hothouse Lettuce, crizp yellow, ii lbs JL Jl V- . and tender, lb JmstmC Indiana Z&rly June Peas lie Corn, Stanoard pack, 4| .jk*-, ; 'omatoei, good pack, 4 n _ can lil€i No. 2 can. lOC Fraukiin and Domino isyrup, /f C Crystal Domino £* pound m Q k Domino Sugar, dark brown, -g pound box XvV Creamery Butter, lioosier Gold and Everswcet, Cream Cliee3e, mild or sharp, lb . ...32£ Peanut Butter, freah made, * A ~ pound IdV Breakfast Mackerel, extra IZ : Genuine Holland Herring, £■ large fish, each skd L each tfC Breakfast Bacon, sugar cured, nicely Beef, sweet streaked; pound, ftT<B; 3 lbs cure, lb.3s<t Boiled Ham, lean and sweet, pound 61£ Taggart’s York Butter 4| J Liberty Ginger Snaps, 4^ Crackers, lb JL crisp and snappy, lb. ...JB. #C Tea Cakes, assorted varieties, ~hoco la t e D op8 ’ f 3id-Fashloned Peanut Campfire Marehmal poimd -.39*1 C *" d * ,b 2 °* ,0W8 ' bo * Pilgrim Rio Cos- F - F - F - Coffee, 3-pound can, *1.38; 40^ fee, pound pound > tOV Old Reliable Coffee, m fw 1 P ° Und * Old Crop Santos, _ 2 pounds, 35< pound dieJL Pure Cocoa in bulk, pound Hershey’s Cocoa, V4-P°und can 10^ Van Camp’s and Pet Milk, *i Pearl Tapioca, in bulk, pound 12 1 Domestic Sardines, oil or Qr 4 7 Santa Clara Prunes, medium size, pound 15<^ Dove Brand, genuine old-fashioned New Orleans Searchlight Matches, 6 boxes 31^ '-v -^" T r h r burrs ~ =' l > 5 < box.. 13V * American Ball Blue, 4 I Klrk'e Hardwater Cae- Off/* 3 boxes IVv I tile soap, 3 bars M Scratch Feed, no grit— -100-pound sack $2.90: 25 pounds PURE FOOD SHOWr-T ' sending obscene matter through the | mails. The pictures above are two of j the many photographs taken from tbe |letters. | Lawson is held on a liquor vio | lotion charge. Others Involved in the lease are Raymond Wright. 19, 3609 East I Thirteenth street, ami Harry Fletcher, 1 who give* his address as the Atlas hotel. They are held ouder bond by the local ‘ police. Greek Serves U. S. in War; Awarded $50,000 SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Nov. 26.—Because he served in the American Army during the great war. Junes P. Hnsapls, native of Greece, Is $50,000 richer today. Ifesnpis who is p brass fonndrymnn at the Southern Pacific shops here, sent a picture of himself iu uniform, to his mother and to hts godfather in Greece. Th • latter replied by placing the $50,000 in a bank in Greece for llasapls, in recog nition of his godson's services to h!s adopted country. Hasnpis will continue to work in the railroad shops. WIFE AGREES TO LET RICHES GO Says She Doesn’t Mind Hard Work. NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Nov. 2 Mrs. Charles Garland agrees with her hus band in his determination to refuse his inheritance of $1,000,009. She naid so. smiling cheerfully, and added: “I am willing to be a poor man’s wife, and if my family in Dedhnm leave me any money —they have plenty of it— I wlil turn it down.” Nor do the couple have any fear that they are doing an injustice to their baby, Margaret, Just a month and a half old. “She will be far better off without all that wealth.” Charles asserted. “I haven’t the slightest interest in what becomes of the moeiey,” said Charles. "If the trustees who have it devote it to their own uses I shall not protest. I would to more accept the inheritance of my father than you would accept stolen cattle. It Is against the teachings of Christ, and against my moral beliefs The money is not mine. I did nothing to enrn it.” “I am perfectly content to be a poor man's wife." the wife said. “I don't mind hard work. I loved it on the farm last summer. I like country life because it is simple and out of doors.” TO EMPLOY COMMUNITY NURSE. HARTFORD CITY, Ind.. Nov. 2G. —-A common.ty nurse will be employed this winter for tbe township and city schools of Blackford County. The funds wlil be obtained from the sale of Ited Cross Christmas seals. The Blackford County Ant I-Tuberculosis Society lids organized for the year. Mothers Who Worry Should Read TANARUS; is Letter It Proves That Vinol Will Build Up Frail, Ailing Children Mrs. L. Andrews. Balnbrldge, N. Y., says: “My little daughter was run-down, tired all the time, puie, thin and nervous and had headaches so we hail to take her out of school. Vinol has built her up, she has a good appetite, no more headaches, her color is good aud she has returned to school.” Vinol owes its success In such cases to the tissue-building extractives of fresh cods’ livers, without oil. aided by the blood and strength creating elements of tonic iron, beef peptones and glyceros phophates which it contains. Thus in a natural manner it creates a healthy appetite, aids digestion, makes rich, red blood and the result is a good healthy color, atrength and vitality. Henry J. Under, druggist, Indianapolis. —Advertisement. Best On Earth for That Sere Throa or Chest Cos and Nothing Speeder or Better Than Famous 20th Century Liniment. Guaranteed. That hacking cough; th* cold in the chest; that awful backache c headache will apecdily disappear by Just rubbing on 20th Century Liniment. Don't worry about Lumbago, Sore Mns etes. Litncners or Stiff Neck. 20tli Cen tury Liniment brings Joyful relief i:i Just a few minutes It never falls to prove a blessing to sufferers from painful, swollen rheumatic Joints. Indeed, its action In all forms of Rheumatism is little less than marvelous. Get a bottle today. Don't be afraid to use It freely. It ts the greatest of all remedies for Sprains. Bruises, cmuips iu leg and sore muscles. It acts so quickly that users ate simply astonished. Never mind if the skin Is broken or in flamed, there's nothing in 20th Century Liniment to Irritate, but lots of good things like camphor and iodine that will soothe and heal. 2(<th Century Liniment is for sale and recommended by all good druggists. Ilnng Drug Cos. and six Hook's Dependa ble Drug Stores, six, can supply you.— Advertisement. -i . .. .i.i— - SesinoQ 111 The box flSt is blue ■Sgj Opal jar fll inside c^L*: Ce sure to get real Resinol If you want to pet rid of eczema, ' pimples, or other distressing skin eruption, you will accept no “sub stitute" for Resinol. Preparations similar in name or appearance are ttol “ just the same as Resinol.’’ Although a few unscrupulous deal ers may offer them as or for Res inol, they are often crudely made, of little healing power, and some may even be dangerous to use. j Buy in the original blue package. Resinol is never sold in bulk RHEUMATIC PAINS RAISING A RUMPUS? Have Sloan's Liniment ready for sudden rheumatic twinges. DON'T let that rheumatic pain or aeh And you without Sloan's Liniment again. Keep it handy in tho medicine .. cabinet for immediate action w leu needed. If you are out of it now, get another bottle today, so you won’t suffer any longer than necessary when a pain or ache attacks you. Apply It without rubbing —for it pen etrates—giving prompt relief from sciat ica, lumbago, neuralgia, backache, lame ness, soreness, sprains, strains, bruises,. Be prepared—it's easy to use. All druggists—3se, 70c, (1.40. The largest size contains fix times as much as the smallest. —Advertisement. Sloans liniment (,“5 """'"""""^idTeirtlsement. MOTHER! ‘California Syrup of Figs” Child’s Best Laxative Accept ‘‘California’' Syrup of Figs only —look for the name California on the package, then you 4re sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full di rections on each bottle. You must say Advertisement. CUT THIS Us - OLD ENGLISH RECIPE FOB CA TARRH. CATAiyiSIAL DEAFNESS AND HEAD NOISES. If you know of someone who is troubled with Catarrhal Deafness, bead noises or ordinary catarrh cut out tills formula and hand It to them and you may have been the means of saving some poor sufferer perhaps from total deaf ness. In England scientists for a long time past have recognized that catarrh Is a -constitutional disease and neces sarily requires constitutional treatment. Sprays, inhalers and nose douches are liable to irritate the delicate air p.ass- Ggen and force the disease into tbe middle our which frequently means total deafness, or else the disease may be driven down the air passages toward the longs, which is equally aa danger ous. The following formula which is used extensively in the damp English climate is a constitutional treatment and should prove especially efficacious to suf ferers here who live under more favor able climate conditions. Secure from your druggist 1 ounce of Farmlnt (Double strength!. Take this home and add to it Vi pint of hot water and a little granulated sugar; stir until dissolved. Take oue tablespoonful four times a day. This will often bring quick relief from distressing head r.nises. Clogged nostrils should open, breathing becomes easy aud hearing improves as the Inflammation in the eustachian tubes is reduced. Parmint used In this way acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system and has a tonic action that helps to obtain the desired results. The preparation is easy to make, costs little and is pleasant to take. Every person who has catarrh or head noises or Is hard of hearing should give this treatment atrial —Advertise- Sore Throat Coughs, Colds, Croup, Catarrh Relieved in Two Minutes Is your throat sore* Breathe Hyomei. Have you catarrh? Breathe Hyomei. Have you a cough* Breathe Hyomei. Have you a cold ? Breathe Hyomei. Hyomei is the treatment for ns, throat and lung trouble. It does not con tain cocaine, morphine or other dangerous drug and does away with stomach dosing. Just breathe it through the bttl black pocket inhaler that cornea with each outfit. A complete outfit costs but little nt Hang drug stores or any reliable drug gist and Hyomei Is guaranteed to banish catarrh, croup, coughs, colds, sore throat and bronchitis or money back. A Hyomei inhalpr laets a lifetime and extra bottles of Hyomei cap be obtained from drug g’sts for a few cents. MI-ON A Ends indigestion It relieves stomach misery, sour stom ach, belching and all stomach disease or money back. Large bos of tablets •t all druggists in all towns. —Advertisement. For Corns Little or Big-Use “Gets-If / Stops Corn Pain Instantly and Re moves Them Completely. Whether your “pet” is on top or be tween the toes, no matter how big or how small or how “tender” three drops of "Gets-It” will lift you right out of yoer misery. You will laugh to see how The Only Way to Curo a Corn is to Remove It, with “Gets-It’* quickly your corn lets go its grip, how It c.-iis right up and dies so you can lift It off with your fingers. It's folly and nonsense to pare and trim a corn trying to ease its pain when "Gets-It” will easily rid vou of it entirely. "Gets-It" Is sold at all drug stores and costs but a trifle. Your money back on request. Mfd. by E. Lawrence & Cos., Chicago.—Advertisement. For Spur Stomach Bloating, Gas, Cosa f ed Tongue, Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Bilious ness, Indigestion or Constipation —taka FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS They cleanse the bowels, sweeten tho stomach and invigorate the liver. T > Slot gripe or sicken. P. S. Meehan, Elm St., Hancock. Mich.: 'T have given Foley Cathartic Tablets a thorough trial and can positively state that they are the beat laxative.'