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... COLORADO WHAT IS HAZING? A bill has been framed In the senate commltte on military affairs prescrib ing regulations that shall govern the dismissal of West Point cadets for the practice of "hazing,” and defining In explicit language what Is meant by the term Itself. It seems that the diction ary definitions have not proved satis factory either to the senate commit tee or to thn executive beads of the war department, and In lieu of a satis factory translation of the comprehen sive terra It becomes necessary for the law givers to frame one for them selves. It Is in many cases easier to offer an example than a synonym, says Philadelphia Ledger. Anyone knows ■'hazfng" when he sees it, and every thoughtful person deplores the brutal disregard of another’s feelings that Is Jpvolved in the reprehensible practice. No definition would be complete that failed to take Into consideration the fact that mental anguish is sometimes much more painful than physical suf ferings. A mnn’s —or boy’s—mind may be hazed not less effectually than his body. In order to "haze” success fully it Is not necessary to use Instru ments of torture. Some of the most brutal instances of hazing on record have been those In which the Imagina tion of the chosen victim has been In geniously assailed by tho soul-barrow ing dread of things that did not hap pen. The figures showing ihe gold produc tion of the world for 1909, while not complete, prove that the great output of recent years has been kept up. The actual production during 1008 was $443,134,527. The estimated total for 1909. based on official returns from the leading countries for 11 months, is $457,567,280, an increase of $14,132,753. or 3.2 per cent., over the preceding twelvemonth. The Transvaal In South Africa leads off, with $151,900,000 against $145,819,016 in 1908. The Uni ted States ranks second with $96,500.- 000 against $94,560,000. With ono or two exceptions every country In the list produced more gold last year than In 1908. Further comparison shows that the gain has been In an almost unbroken ratio during the Inst 20 years, for which period there has been a fourfold gain in the world'a supply. The figures have economic significance and study of them may serve to ex plain some of the changes that are being wrought In the world's monetary system. The meanness of tho shert-measure trick Is conspicuously exemplified in the report thnt consumers in New York city alone are annually cheated out of 14,000,000 quarts of milk for which they pay—and. according to re cent evidence, pay exorbitantly—but which they do not receive because the bottles In which the milk Is delivered are under full size. The milk sold In this manner goes for the most part to poor persous and furnishes a large pro portion of the sustenance of children. Short measure in this instance there fore means robbing those whose lot Is already hard enough and who have to pay heavily for every necessary of life. If there is not a method of reaching the conscienceless persons who perpe trate such despicable frauds certainly the law should remedy the defect. A Russian bank has been started at Buenos Ayres, tho capital of Argen tina. and a Hne of steamships from St. Petersburg to South America is pro jected, owing to the large and lncreas- ! ing trade of Russia with that country. All the other leading European nations ! have an Important commerce with South America, which is pushed with all the energy possible and with the application of every practicable meth od. Including subsidized steamers, lib eral exchange arrangements and the maintenance of well-stocked agencies in South America, wkh employes care fully trained for their duties, and with strict regard for South American tastes and desires in the character and quality of goods. Even In this rushing nge you can't blame a man for standing still when he Is in the storm center of such for midable elements as a street car. a whirl oi automobiles, a part of the fly ing squadron of motorcycles, trucks, carriages, bicycles and express wag ons. Then to be ordered to move on by a big policeman with a stuffed club, the stuffing being of lead assaying bet ter than 9b per cent., excuses thought confusion A waiter sometimes mattes as much as SIOO a week in tips. Assume that your man Is one of that kind and tip him the remark that you really haven’t anything worth his notice. Mind your own business Is a good motto, as a general thing; but an of ficeholder is expected to mind the people s business and not his own. Here's hoping the meat boycott won’t have a tendency to Increase the number of holes in the cheese. A fish with legs has been discovered at Pittsburg. Put It in alcohol and wait. Interest in natural science Is Just now mainly confined to the study of beef critters with wings. Still, staying off of trains is no In surance. An Illinois woman never took a railroad ride In fifty years, but death overtook her just the same. Maybe there was a meat trust work in* when Mother Goose sang "The cow jumped over the moon.’* AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES 8AYING8, DOINGS. ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. WESTERN NEWS. Barton O. Aylcsworth, former presi dent of the Colorado Agricultural col lege, has been engaged to lecture In Illinois cn the conditions in Colorado i since women were given the ballot. Of the sixty-two people killed upon the railroads of this country during the month of January, eleven were killed in Colorado, according to sta tistics published in one of the leading railway Journals. Mrs. Tishima, wife of the manager of the Japanese bank, at Fresno, Calif., is the first and only woman of her race who draws n salary from Uncle Sam. She has been appointed post mistress of No. 1 postoffice station. The Colorado noard of Pardons has decided that l,eonard Imboden and James A. Hill, the men convicted of conspiracy to wreck the Denver Sav ings Ilank, must remain in the peni tentiary until their terms expire. Only one member voted for their release. The Postal Telegraph Company has announced its intention to devote the proceeds of its recent sale of the stock which it held in the American Tele phone & Telegrnph Company amount ing to $8,200,000, to the betterment and improvement of its lines from Den ver to the Pacific coast. Fire of uuknown origin, on the night of February 22nd, destroyed the pat tern shop of the Minnequa Steel Works. As the patterns in the large building at Pueblo represent an accu mulation of about twenty years. It is hard to make an estimate on the total loss. The loss is now estimated at from $500,000 to $750,000. Friends of the late Mrs. M. Given, for many years a prominent Colorado restaurant keeper, say that she was not the divorced wife of Charles Gul tenu, the slayer of President Garfield, as was reported. The real Mrs. Gul tea.i married a man by the name of Giben and died at Aspen some eight years ago. Not daunted by his accident at El Paso, when his bloplnne dropped to the ground, breaking a wing of the machine and slightly injuring the avi ator, Charles K. Hamilton repaired his machine overnight and gave other ex hibitions the next day. In one of his flights Hamilton crossed over the line into Mexico, to the amazement of some of the natives. W. A. Davis, prominent in the af fairs of the famous pony express, which carried the mails from St. Joe to the Pacific coast before the days of railroads, died at St. Joseph, Mo., a few days since. He was sixty-eight years old. Davis was the last of the 1 famous Virginia family and was born j in Richmond, in a house built by his | great grandfather before the revolu tionary war. GENERAL NEWS. A slight earthquake shock was felt at Watertown, N. Y., February 22d. The $10 hog reached Buffalo, N. Y.. nnd Columbus, O., February 24th, that price per hundred being paid on both markets. Charles W. Fairbanks, former vlce ! president of the United States, occu- I pled the pulpit of the American church at Berlin Sunday. I Percy of Greenville was cho ! sen as candidate for United States | senator from Mississippi on the flfty , eighth ballot of the Democratic cau | cus, by a majority of five votes over former Governor Vardanian. I At the meeting of the National ; Builders* Supply Association, at Chl- I cago it was freely predicted that the | present year will be the greatest in i building operations in the history of the country. An agreement among the heirs ap- I proved by Supreme Court Justice Gerard of New York saves for the pur- I pose intended by the testator the sum | of $1,000,000 bequeathed by the late i Mrs. Caroline Phelps Stokes for the | education of whites, Indians and ne- I groes. I The Philadelphia Street Car Com pany has posted a notice in each of j its nineteen barns that all employes who have remained loyal to the com | pany and who may become incapaci tated by reason of injuries received In the strike disorders, will be cared for during the rest of their lives. The British Aero Club has sent a challenge to the Aero Club of America , for a contest for the Gordon Bennett aviation cup and the Gordon Bennett I balloon cup. | The official report of the flood dam | age in eighteen of eighty-six depart ments of France shows a monetary loss of $14,GUO,000. This includes the $10,000,000 damage done in Paris. Fifty persons are reported to have !>een killed in a panic following a fire in the municipal theater at Trujilli, Peru. The fire started in a moving picture show. It is Bnld that the Prince de Sagan, the latest husband of Anna Gould, is proving a surprise as a business man. It Is reported from Paris that he is ap plying Intelligent business methods in the management of his wife's income and that he is saving money. Representative Nicholas Longworth of Ohio denied that he had any knowl edge of the alleged plot, between for mer President Roosevelt, former Sen ator Foraker and himself to carry Ohio for the Republican ticket, naming him self for governor and Foraker for sen ator. I Arthur Fraror Walter, who at one time was chief proprietor of the Lon don Times, and more recently chair ' man of the board of directors of the ' company that purchased the paper, 1 died at February 22d, from influenza. ! Too small prices paid to shippers and too high prices charged to con j sumers caused J. C. Bonner to give away a whole carload of turnips to some six hundred persons at Toledo, Ohio. Ten tons were carried away in seventy minutes. By use of a microphone, which raised the human voice two and a third octaves, conversation was carried on successfully over a telephone cir cuit reaching from New York City to Pittsburg and Chicago and return, a distance of 1,825 miles. President T. L. Lewis‘of the United Mine Workers recently issued a call for n meeting of the miners of the Pittsburg district, to be held in Pitts burg March 1st. The meeting is to discuss the use of a new explosive just introduced in the mines of Penn sylvania. Through the generosity of Mr. Ran dolph H. Guggenheliner, 2,000 news boys of Greater New York dined royal ly at a Washington's birthday spread in the newsboys’ lodging house. After the spread each boy received a small American flag and a pair of warm gloves. The custom was begun by the late Mr. Guggenheimer. Heavy sentences were dealt out at Sydney, New South Wales, to half a hundred miners who were found guilty of inciting to riot and unlawfully as sembling in the Cape Breton coal fields, where 3,000 members of the United Mine Workers of America are on strike. Five leaders were sen tenced to two years in the peniten tiary. A cottage hospital for the treatment of tuberculosis, each cottage to be built in a tree top, is announced as the plan of Dr. Arthur Funk, a medical missionary of the Presbyterian church, for the conquering of the dis ease in Persia. Dr. Funk and his wife are stationed at Hnmadan, a city of 80.U00 population, about 200 miles west of Teheran. Mrs. Jacob Wetmore, wife of a guide in the Adirondacks, is the inventor of a new bread recipe which army offi cers of the commissary department believe will provo of the greatest Im portance to the army. The bread, called "hard bread for campers* use," appears to last indefinitely, when baked according to Mrs. Wee more's In structions, and likewise has the advan tage of being healthful, crisp and tasteful as the French breads. NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. The Senate passed Senator Guggen heim's bill authorizing the sale to the town of Frulta of 7,680 acres of public land at $1.25 an aero for water storage purposes. The United States Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional the Ala bama statute levying an annual fran chise tax on foreign corporations. Railroads brought up the case. The validity of the ordinance of San Francisco prohibiting future burial of the dead within its limits except that part under the jurisdiction of the United States, lias been upheld by the United States Supreme Court. Senator Guggenheim has secured an , increase of $1,500 in the amount car ried in the agricultural appropriation l bill to enable the director of the weath er bureau to increase the weather ser vice facilities at Canon City. Capt. Salmon F. Dutton, commis sary, is ordered to Denver for duty as purchasing commissary, relieving Capt. Jacob E. Bloom, commissary, who goes to New York for duty. Capt. Dutton will be chief commissary. Department of Colorado. With the strict Injunction that he was not to be represented as favoring votes for women, President Taft ac cepted an invitation to address the opening session of the National Amer ican Suffrage Association to be held In Washington April 14. The Wyoming delegation in Con gress will make an effort to secure legislation by which the provisions of the Carey act will be extended to the lands included in the ceded portion of the Wind River Indian reservation, opened to entry and settlement in 19U5. Senator Warren secured the passage in the Senate of his bill permitting the state of Wyoming to relinquish 15,- U00 acres of school and state lands par tially occupied by government recla mation reservoirs and works nnd to select in lieu of the lands to be re linquished an equal area in other parts of the state. Delegate Andrews has Introduced n bill authorizing the city of Gallup to issue $20,000 in five per cent bonds to provide funds for constructing water works. Also bills authorizing New Mexico to sell one township of school lands for city park purposes to each of the towns of Tucumcari, Roswell Ar tesia nnd Melrose. The Senate has passed Senator War ren’s bill authorizing the secretary of the interior to sell Rawlins, Wyo., 1G0 ncres for water purposes. The House passed Mondell's bill granting similiar authority to sell 320 acres to Buffalo, Wyo., for poor farm purposes. A favorable report was made In the Senate upon a resolution which has passed the House providing that 20 per cent, of the annual appropriations for surveys and re-surveys of public land may be devoted to re-surveys and retracements instead of 5 per cent, as at present. . Moses Haas of New York, indicted in the District of Columbia in connec tion with the "cotton leak scandal" of the Department of Agriculture in must come to Washington for trial. Such is the decision of the Su preme Court of the United States. Representative Rucker of Colorado has introduced in the house a joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Federal Constitution to provide that the rights of citizens of the United States to vote shail not be de nied or abridged by the United Stater , or by any state on account of sex. FAVORS ESTES PARK PRESERVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANXIOUS TO HAVE IT ESTABLISHED. BOULDER MEN OBJECT PRESIDENT BARTLETT WIL TRY TO HAVE LOCAL INTER ESTS PROTECTED. Denver.—Asserting that the Denver Chamber of Commerce is heartily in favor of the creation of the Estes Na tional park and game preserve, Dr. F. L. Bartlett, president of the chamber, Friday afternoon assured representa tives from Boulder and Lyons, who called to protest against the scheme, thnt the chamber will do all in its pow er to protect anything being done in imical to the towns and counties near est the territory involved. The Estes park plan has the sup port of practically all citieß and towns in the northern section of Colorado, and even of those in the rest of the state, practically those which have learned that beauty—natural as well as artificial—is a great and valuable asset. Longmont, which is quite as cloße to the park as the other towns, has gone on record as being heartily in favor of the proposition. It was asked to Join in the protest, hut declined, leading citizens of the city asserting that the creation of such a national park would mean much to Colorado and to nearby cities and towns. Tho committee from Boulder which met with the officers ot the Chamber of Commerce Friday was: W. A. Burke, John R. Wood, John A. Web ber, V. A. Van Horne, Thomas E. Ir win, M. B. Tomblin and M. W. Turner. The protests yesterday were some what hitter, M. W. Turner of the pro testing committee, saying: "When It come to segregating 1,000 square miles of useful Colorado territory, and dedi cating it solely to the bob-cat, coyote, the timber-wolf, the hotel keeper, and other beasts of prey, we think it time to call a halt.” Anti-Tuberculosis Crusade. Denver. —The Colorado State Asso ciation for the Prevention nnd Control of Tuberculosis has sent out a request to all of the churches of the state that Sunday. April 24, he observed as Tu berculosis Sunday. This is part of a nation wide movement on the part of the national association to enlist the 215,00(1 churches of the United States in the campaign against tuberculosis by having the "Gospel of Health" preached in H'ery jylplt of the land on April 24. Sermons and addresses will be delivered on that day acquainting the 33,000,000 church goers of this country with the wide scope of the campaign against the disease, and will be of a character to enlist their activi ties in the preventive work of the movement to wipe out tuberculosis. The state association has arranged to supply literature and speakers .or the Colorado churches If request is made to the office of the association, in the capltol at Denver. A meeting of the stockholders of the Colorado-Kansas Railroad Compa ny will he held In Pueblo March 22d, to authorize the issuance of bonds to build the road into Fremont county. The company is considering plans for a line to the top of the Royal Gorge. The contract for building a training school for the State Normal school at Greeley has been let to W. E. Towers of Denver for SIIO,OOO. When com pleted the school will cost $200,000 and will house the grades and high school of the State Normal. The con tract calls for its completion in eleven months. W. C. Johnston, formerly of Denver, and president of tho Fountain Valley l,and and Irrigation Company, has pledged $20,000 to the building of a canning factory near Fountain. The factory is to cost $70,000. The re mainder of the money is promised from eastern sources. The plans in clude a colonization scheme. One hundred thousand acres of des ert land in Routt and Rio Blanco counties, recently restored to the pub lic domain, are to be irrigated by the Northwestern Irrigation Company, which has filed articles of incorpora tion in the office of the secretary of state. The Incorporators are W. J. Fine. H. B. Boughner and D. S. Ham ilton. Engineers have staked the line of the canal for ninety miles from the north fork of the White river, by tun j nel through Yellow Jacket pass, to Axial Basin and Maybelle. The tunnel will be 3,000 feet long. Four reser voirs with a total capacity of 250,000 acre feet will be constructed. The Fort Morgan Ice and Produce Company will soon build a 40-ton al falfa meal mill, the third one promised at Fort Morgan this season. A combination of former large cattle ranches on the Platte river, near Har din, will form the Woodsdale irrigation district to he organized soon. William L. Marple, who died at As pen, February 23d, was one of the city’s pioneers, and was eighty-six year of age. He owned considerable property and had large mining inter ests in the district He was also an artist of considerable note. Greeley Is planning to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the arrival of the Union Colony In May, 1870. For the sixteenth successive time, Henry T. West, eighty-five years old, the only surviving member of the commit tee which located Greeley, has been elected president of the society. The Beet Growers’ Union, composed of nearly all leading planters near Brush, met and decided not to accept the but issued an ultima tum that no beets wpuld he raised for less than a fixed price of $6 or $6.5P per ton. A LITTLE COLD. He caught a little cold— That was all. So the neighbors sadly said. As they gathered round his bed, When they heard that he was dead. He caught a little cold— That was all. (Puck.) Neglect of a cough or cold often leads to serious trouble. To break up a cold In twenty-four hours and cure any cough that Is curable mix two ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounce of Vlrgtn OH of Pine compound pure and eight ounces of pure Whisky. Take a teaspoonful every four hours. You can buy these at any good drug store and easily mix them In it large bottle. LASSITUDE. Waldo—And why would you rather have one million than two, WYg? Weg—Easier to count, Wallle. The Appetites of Kings. The king of Spain makes up for his dally expenditure of activity by a tre mendous appetite. 1 have observed, for that mutter, that the majority ot sovereigns are valiant trenchermen. Every morning of his life Alfonso XIII. has n good rump steak and potatoes for his llrst breakfast, often preceded by eggs and sometimes followed by sulud and fruit.—From Recollections of M. Paoli in McClure's THE APPROVAL of the most I ■ fl m EMINENT PHYSICIANS L Yf iMjJM and its [m I ’ WORLDWIDE ACCEPTANCE by the WELL-7 INFORMED, ■ffjiH BECAUSE ITS COMPONENT ■ VAm PARTS ARE KNOWN TO BE MOST WHOLESOME AND TRULY BENEFICIAL IN ET- R9RIUX FECT. HAVE GIVEN TO ■ SyrupofFigs IgMQmra ELIXIR, of SENNA THE FIRST POSITION AMONG FAMILY LAXATIVES AND HAVE LED TO ITS GENERAL USAGE WITH THE MOST UNIVERSAL ■■■■■■■■■■■■ SATISFACTION. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS, LlU|mWj| AL WAYS BUY THE GENUINE BlifAflWM Manufactured by the CALIFORNIA fIG SYRUP CO. For sale b r all leaixn g druggists One SIXCONLr.RcCULAR POICE 50* eCR 50TTLC A Natural Question. James J Corbett, lu the smoking room or the Mauretania, praised the “style** of Jim Jeffries. “It's u neat slyle," he said; “neat, quick, to the |H>int. It gets there like the remark of u little girl who said to the minister in the course of a quite interminable call: “'liid you forget to bilng your amen with you. doctor?"* If It’s Your Eye Use Pettit's Eye Salve, for inflammation. rty*. itching lulu. ache*. ilcfod* of vision and sensitivity to strong lights. All druggists or Howard 111 us , Hull .do, N V. Manv a saint would have less trou ble wrestling with the devil If lie would get out and wrestle with a hull lor an hour or two PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS ■ • -- <■ i* o/iin PA7l> 111 NT MK NT «|,nrintiYil In enre an ram pf Itching Ullnd. Bleeding >,r I’rotntding Plica in Ho IliU) tot uioOey refunded U lu. Tliermomelers make more liars than the big fish that get away. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. For children teething. e-'fteoa the irina. reduce* tn- ItmmtUon. allay a |>*!a. curea wlml culk. 25c abotlln. Take from my mouth lb« wish of happy years—Shakos poo re. Common Sense Lead* the mo«t intelligent people to ti*e only medi- s cinra ol known composition. Therefore it it tint x£k Dr. Pierce's medicines, the makers of which print r?) ] every ingredient entering into them upon the bottle w rapper* and attest under are daily growing in favur. No Sucre is. No Diclpiiun. The composition of Dr. Pierce’s medi- Mi clues is open to everybody. Dr. Pierce being desirous of having the search light of investigation turned fully upon his formula, being confident that the better the composition of these medicines is known the more will tbeir great curative merits be recognized. Being wholly made of the active medicinal principles extracted from native forest roots, by exact processes ordinal with Dr. Pierce, and without the u*e of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and chemically pure glycerine being used in stead in extracting and preserving the curative virtues reading in the roots employed, these medicines are entirely free from the objertion of doing harm by creating an appetite for either alcoholio beverages or habit-forming drags. Examine the formula on their bottle-wrappers—the same as sworn to hy Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his "Golden Medical Discovery,” the great blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel regulator—tho medicine which, while not recommended to cure consumption in its advanoed stages (no medicine will do that) yet An curt all those catarrhal conditions of head and throat, weak •tomach, torpid liver and broachial troubles, weak lungs and hang-on-coughs, whichg if neglected or badly treated lead up to and finally terminate in con sumption. -* « Take the ."Golden Medical Discovery" in time and it i« not likely to dis appoint you if only you give it • thorough and fair trial. Don’t expect miracles, •t wofc’t do supernatural things. You must exercise your patience and oer severjf in its nse for n reasonable length of time to get its full benefits. *lll® ingredients ofj which Dr. Picroe’s medicines are composed have the unqualified cndo4emrnt pf scores of medical leaders—better than any amount of lay, or nou'Arofesaiajkal, testimonials although the latter are received by thousands. Don’t accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven remedy os i*osn cotscosrrioN. Ask tour NEIGHBORS. They mast know of many cures made bv it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood. World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT !J» AVefetable Preparation for As - ifti? simila t ing the Food and Regula £:Jj ling (he Stomochs and Bowels of Lir Promotes Digestion,Cheerful* F: nessandßest Contains neither l ;> Opium .Morphine nor Mineral SS Not Narcotic p Nrtipt c/ Old DrSAMVEI/VmrE* 111 Seed • » \ JMdbSeJt, . 1 t; A....5.U. I Hirm Seed - I CUrS.tJ Sw 1 |,C Wtmkrfrum flavor f A perfect Remedy forConslipa >\r. tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea. Worms .Convulsions .Fevcr ish (s}B| ness and LOSS OF SLEEP .isfl . ;■ # Igll Facsimile Signature of Tuf. Centaur Company. gill new vork. XjGuaranteed under the Foodaw Exact Copy of Wrappae. He Had No Objection. “We— wo wiiut you to marry uii," said llo* liliisliiuk young inun. indh-n ling h young woman with downcast ryiv nmt smiling fnre who stood a Htep behind him. Tom#* In.** Raid tlio minlatt-r. and lie cndonvorotl to mm* their euibarraaa men I for n niomont: but he soon tic* elded Hint It wan useless to try. “Will you he man led with u ring? " lit* Inquired The young man turned n helpless gaze on Ills I'ompnnion, and then looked at the minister. “It you vi* got one to spare and It ran mine out o' the two dollars. I guess she'd like It.*' he said at last. — National Food Magazine. Nothing New •'Congratulations! I hear one of your daughters Is engaged. Which one it Is?” “Get out’ It's nnlv Resale again!"— Mcggendorfer Rlaelter. His Status “Well, my little man,” Inquired a visitor pleasantly, “who are you?" “I'm the baby's brother!” was the Ingenuous reply—The Truth Seeker. ICASTORIA J For Infants and Children. I The Kind You Have I Always Bought Bears the ! Signature * w hJr ,n (hr ® SB VJr For Over Thirty Years iCfISTBBIA Constipation — Nearly Every One Gets It The bowels show first sign of things going wrong. A Cascarel taken every night as needed keeps the bowels working naturally without grip, gripe and that upset ■ick feeling. _ Tea cent box. week's treatment. AU drug store*. Biggest seller in lbs world— million boxes a month. ■The confidence felt by farmer* and ■ ■ gardeners in Ferry's Seeds to-day ■ * ■ would have been impossible to Iccl ■ any seeds two score ot ■ ago. We have made ■ science I always do ■ M exactly what you ■ ® expect of them. 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