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THE LAMAK REGISTER
LAMAR, - - COIXIRADO WIRED FROM WASHINGTON •250,000 APPROPRIATION BILL POSTAL SAVINGS BILL BECOM ING SECTIONAL ISSUE. STATEHOOD BILL MAIN USED TO BRING FACTIONS TO GETHER ON RAILROAD BILL —FEW BILLS LEFT. Washington—The contest In the house over appropriation contained in the sundry civic bill to extend the scope of the tariff l>oard has been much more stubborn than had been anticipated The Democrats have opposed the item on the ground that the results of the investigation of the board should be reported direct to Congress instead of to the Presi dent. The i>o8tal savings bank bill which has been reported from the committee on postoffices and post roads, is ready for the Republican caucus on Wednes day. Practically all the Republicans of the house signed the call. Many western members believe the per cent, of deposits which the bill is re ported would require to be kept In local banks, is too small and that the provision of the bill that passed the Senate would be more effective to keep deposits in the communities where collected. The westerners charge that the bill as drafted is a “bankers' bill/’ and that under its op eration their communities might be depleted of money. After reposing on the senate calen dar for many weeks the statehood bill suddenly has been called to take an nctive part in bringing the opposing factions together on the railroad bill Regular Republicans conceded that they need Democratic votes to tutss the administration measure in a form satisfactory to President Taft. Many contested features of the bill meet with the favor of the Democrats, liu they cannot overlook the prospect o bargaining that the statehood bill re celve early consideration If they aid the Republican majority in passing the railroad bill. The appropriation bills all are in advanced stages, nlthough u number of them are still In conference Among these are the fortifications, pensions, rivers and harbors, and leg Islativc bills. Only the sundry and general deficiency bills remain to be pyassed by the house and th* 1 senate —nmn hr trier arrive. Washington. — The President ha.i signed proclamations eliminating 1C. acres from the Hattlement and 6, 7G5 acres from the White River na tional forest. These eliminations are the result of a carelul field examina tion made on all national forests by the l>epartment of Agriculture during the summer of 1909. Washington.—Thirty old employes of the sixth auditor's office of the Treasury Department have been noti fied that their services will not be re quired after June 30th. More are to receive the same notice in a tew days Th** installation of modern machinery and methods Is responsible Washington.—The twenty-one young civilians who recently passed the ex atnination tor commissions as second lieutenants in the coast artillery serv lc«* probably will become IM11 fledged officers of the army during the week. Fortunate Albuquerque. Albuquerque— Halley's comet, with n brilliant tail, was visible here in a faultless sky Saturday night. Real Fight in Nicaragua. Washington -Two days’ fighting near Rama. Nicaragua, has cost the Estrada forces fourteen killed and twenty nine wounded. The casualties ot the Madriz forces were not learned Louisiana After Exposition. New Orleans—The Louisiana Gen eral Assembly will Tuesday go in a body to Washington in the interest of the proposed Panama Exposition to be held in New Orleans in 1915. Tornado at Cairo. Cairo, il.—A tornado that struck Cairo Sr nday demolished four homes, damaged a dozen more, and destroyed sc veal darns, besides tearing up many large .recs by the roots. Kansas Is Shocked. l.awrence.—The seismograph at th * University of Kansas recorded an earthquake shock Sunday morning from 12:37 to 2:15 o'clock. Auto Injures Six. Salt I,ake City—Six persons were injured in Parleys canon Sunday nfter noon by the overturning of an auto mobile driven by John T. Ilognn of Bingham Does Not Repel Heat. Washington. Theories regarding the use of colored underclothing to re pel the heat in the Tropics have been dispelled by practical experiments. Wage Increase in Kentucky. Louisville, Ky. -Between .*>,ooo an 1 4,000 employes of the American To bacco Company here have been given n wage increase of ten per cent Outcome of strike. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS. DOINGB, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. WESTERN. In view of thousands, Nicholas Lie hankis, a Greek, Jumped to h'.s death from the eighteenth floor of the Claus Spreckels building in San Francisco 1 Friday. Additional capital stock of the Ana conda Mining Company to the amount of $75,500,000 has been approved for listing in New York, making the total amount $105,500,000. Six inches of snow fell at I-ead. S. D., between midnight and noon Fri day. This is the third snowstorm since the first of May. Denver had a big snowstorm Saturday. Attorneys for Dr. B. C. Hyde filed a motion for a new trial for their client at Kansas City Thursday. Arguments on the motion will be heard by Judge Latshaw June 4. A San Pedro train which left I.os Angeles Dec. 31, arrived at Salt l«ake Tuesday, 137 days on the way. It was marooned at Caliente, New, with miles of track washed out on both sides of that place. The Jury in the trial of Harry P Flannery, former president of the San Francisco police commission, who was charged with grand larceny In connec tion with the Sausalito fake pool room disclosures, returned a verdict of not guilty at San Rafael. Calif.. Thursday night. The gasoline steamer J. Marhoffer. on route’from San Francisco May 14 for Portland. Ore., burned at sea Wednesday opposite a point abou* twenty miles north of Yaquina bay The master and his wife and the crew escaped in the vessel’s boats and suc ceeded In effecting a landing. Th-* ship's cook died from Injuries and ex posure after leaving the vessel. An Indictment was returned Friday by the federal grand Jury against William C. Bonier, editor of a Social ist daily newspaper at Lend. S. D., charging him with sending obscene matter through the mails. The arti cle in question was a paraphrase of the Seventh commandment, published in Benfer's paper last January. Bon ier pleaded not guilty. Dr. Charles G. Lamb, state veterina rian at Cdpnidflt Kmu bssa sdvlssd by Chief Melvin at Washington that Colo rado rattle must be dipped befotc.bu. shipments of exposed cattle that the cars be placarded and the hilling must be marked in accordance with the de partment regulations in order that the cattle may be properly handled at mar ket centers. GENERAL. Clara Morris, the former actress, had a severe sinking spell Friday af ternoon and her condition at night was reported critical. A protest against the 'scarcity of probation officers in the Cr.ited States was made by Bernard Flexner of Louisville at the convention of the na tional probation officers at St. Ixmls ; Thursday. i Three packages of money confin ing $32,024 were stolen from the nn sylvania depot at OH City, Pa.. at :: 30 o'clock Thursday morning while the station agent, was loading baggage on a Buffalo-bound train. State’s Attorney John P. Pallissard of Watseka, 111., has begun an investi gation to solve the mystery of the burial of a girl in ballet costume at Prairie Dell cemetery, eight miles east of there. He has gone to Iroquois. 111., in an attempt to trace the ship ment of the coffin. The Joint convention between the Cnlted Mine Workers and Illinois op erators adjourned sine die Friday. A strike was declared by the miners, which affects the entire state of Illi nois and will Involve between 72,000 and 75,000 men. It is stated that in the miners' strike fund there Is now about $750,000, or $lO per man. Siniin H. Hickler, for fourteen years editor in chief of the Waechter Und Anzelger, a German newspaper at Cleveland, Ohio, died Monday night as the result of an nutomobile accident. Mr. Hickler, with his wife and two thildrcn. was driving in an automobile >esterday when his hat blew off. He dismounted to recover it and was knocked down by the car which the chauffeur accidentally backed into him. His skull was fractured. John A. Ryerson, a prominent Chicago business man. jumped from the thir teenth floor of the Chamber of Com merce building Monday night and was instantly killed. George E, Hale, director of the Car negie observatory. Issued a statement Thursday night in which he said that the latest observations of the astrono mers did not indicate that the earth has passed through the tail of Hailey's comet and that his computations led him to believe that this planet would miss contact with the wanderer's ap pendage entirely. The first survivors of the recent earthquake in Costa Rica, in which more than 1,500 lives were lost in the destruction of Cartago, arrived at New York Tuesday. There were nearly a dozen of them, mostly tourists, among them being Prof. Philip R. Calvert of the University of Pennsylvania. Albert H. Walker, a New York law yer, lias issued a pamphlet in which he charges that the Reading railroad has “robbed'* the independent coal miners and owners along its lines of $26,500,000 in less than thirteen years by violations of the Interstate com nierce net. FOREIGN. I Gifford Plnchot is touring Ireland. ! Col. Roosevelt dined at Buckingham 1 Palace Thursday with King George V. 1 Queen Victoria of Spain was de ! livered of a son. still-born, at 2 o'clock I Friday morning. The Ballinger-Pinchot Investigation seems to be scheduled for an early | close, so far as the taking of testi mony is concerned. I The Senate has confirmed the nom ination of former Congressman John j. Jenkins of Wisconsin to be United , States district judge for Porto Rico. Five white men were killed by an explosion in the separator plant of the I Hamilton Powder Company, four miles from Nanaimo, B. C., Thursday. Commander Peary lectured Sunday before the Geographical Society, King Victor Emanuel, the Duke of the 1 Abruzzi and Marquis di San Guiliano, I minister of foreign affairs, were pres ( ent. Sovereigns and representatives of the j powers of all the world paid the last tribute Friday to England’s great mon arch, Edward VII., whose body now rests in St. George’s chapel at Wind ; sor castle, where the bones of Edward IV., the VI. and VIII. Henrys, Charles L. the 111. and IV. Georges and William IV. are entombed. SPORT. tVEHTKItX I.KAGI K. W. 1. Pot. St. Joseph 14 9 DENVER >4 Wichita 13 11 -542 Sioux City 11 •] ;9® Lincoln IJ J 2 •«!* Topeka 9 12 429 ' iH'fl Molnea 5* la ..L» The following releases in the Nation al league were announced Friday: Chicago to Vernon. Calif., A. J. Car son. St. I-ouls to Denver, F. Edward Higgins. Stanley Ketchel, middleweight, sent James (Porky) Flynn of Boston down and out in the third round of a sched uled twelve-round bout in Boston Tues day night. The balloon Centennial, flying for the l.ahm cup from St. Louis Thurs day night, landed at Fenwick. Mich.. Friday, lacking over 200 miles of equalling the existing record. According to Governor J. H. Gillette of California, who stopped over in Chicago on his way home from Wash ington. Jeffries and Johnson will fight in California without legal Interfer ence. Flying fully 2,000 feet above the earth and circling about almost a* will, Wilbur Wright of Dayton. Ohio, made his highest and most satisfac tory flight Friday at the aeroplane fields at Simms Station, near Dayton. Petition for a writ of mandamus to compel Mayor Busse of Chicago to is sue a permit for the holding of the Gotch Zbyszko wrestling match there Memorial day was filed Thursday. Mayor Busse is determined to stop the match. Dr. Emmanual l-asker, chess chant pion of the world, sailed Friday after noon for liuenos Ayres. He will be the first master holding the title to play mT3d^nos"Xyrcs. and will then go to Europe. Jack (Twin) Sullivan, the pugtt'st, has been arrest<*d in Brooklyn and is held under SSOO bail for trial on charges of aiding and abetting a prize fight on May 2 last. On that day he won from Al Benedict in five rounds before the Marathon Athletic Club. The New York Senate Thursda/ passed the bill prohibiting the publi cation of betting odds and the bill rel stive to keeping hefting and gaming establishments. The bills are two of a series of four designed to prohibit bookmaking. They now go to the as xembly rules committee. WASHINGTON. It is reported that Paymaster Gen eral E. B. Habers of the navy will re sign. After weeks of deadlock the House postal savings bank bill was intro duced In the House Tuesday. Senator William Lorimer's voice will be heard in the United State Sen ate denying charges * that corruption and bribery were used in his election, according to a well defined report from Chicago. Director Durand of the census bu ' reau said Tuesday that his bureau would not make public the census re , turns from any city or state until the returns from such city or state were fully tubulated and counted. The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday failed to announce a decision in the cor|>oratlon tax cases. The court fixed June 14 as the date for the rehearing of the Tobacco and Standard Oil cases. Senator Carter of Montana on Tues day introduced a bill authorizing tbs postmaster general to permit i»ostmas ters to employ clerks and carriers at 1 a greater compensation than the min imum rates now established, if unabis j to secure the services of efficient em ployes at these rates. The bill is de signed to meet conditions in western communities, where low priced clerical help is not available. Charles W. Morse was on Monday denied the right of filing an applica t'.on for a writ of habeas corpus by the Supreme Court of the United States. Representative Rucker of Colorado on Monday introduced a bill granting 160 acres of land in Denver county for the use of the Douglas Lincoln sani tarium. Unfavorable weather throughout the | country prevailed during the last week, much to the detriment of all crops, according to the weather bu : lean's national weekly bulletin issued Tuesday. Two almost simultaneous explosions of dynamite, supposed to consist of | ::,000 pounds, completely demolished the rural guard barracks in the city of Pinar Del Rio, Cuba, Wednesday afternoon. Fully a hundred persons were killed and nearly as many wound ed. As a feature of the convention of the World’s Sunday School' Assoeia tion in session in Washington, 10,000 members of men's Bible classes from all parts of the world marched down Pennsylvania avenue Friday to the , music of "Onward, Christian Soldiers." COLORADO STATE NEWS Kersey citizens are petitioning for a park. Odd Fellows have organized a lodge at Grover. The new hotel at Wiggins is near ing completion. Rollinsville has a steady complaint about Sunday drunks. Canon City Sunday schools have or ganized an athletic league. Ground has been broken for Anto nito's new flour mill. The Kuner Pickle Company will re build its factory at Brighton. The Canon City high school gradu ated twenty-eight this year. The Order of Moose will build its own lodge hall at Salida. School at Eagle has been closed on account of scarlet fever. The gun club at Genoa is preparing for a tournament on the 28th. Clifton has petitioned the postoffice department for a rural mall route. The Golden smelter will be enlarged and work has already been com menced. Scott Teague and Oren Gray of Yampa bagged four bears in two days last week. September 22 has been set as the date for the Umb Day celebration at Fort Collins. The Greeley Public Playgrounds As sociation has been incorporated, not for profit. Costilla county commissioners will build a bridge across the Cuiebra, near Sun Acacio. Boulder reports more activity in its oil fields than at any time since the early boom days. Union Pacific graders are right at Fort Collins' door and the local yards are being surveyed. • l.ake Crosho, eight miles from Yam pa, is to be improved with a fine ho tel, launches, etc. The mail service from Craig to llaggs, Wyo , will be changed back to three times a week. Sulphur Springs has let a contract to a Denver firm for a complete and modern water system. The old camp of Empire is said to be doing more mining now than at any time in its history. Mllliken will be put on one of the transmission lines of the Northern Colorado Power Company. Ivan Elliott of Platteville, broncho artist, has started for I.ondon where he will open a wild west show. Miss A. S. Jones of Sheridan Lake has invested in a gasoline plow and put It to work on her land. One hundred acres of ground at Steamboat Springs is being set with 2,200,000 strawberry plants. The President has ap|»ointed Rob ert C. Hall postmaster at Del Norte and Judge C. Bailey at Wootton. Promoters of the Pactolus railroad slimed within a few weeks. Yampa people will build a good toad to Trapper's lake, one of the most famous resorts in the state. Mrs. Helen Sill of Gunnison was elected department president of the W. R. C. at Grand Junction last week. F. J. Hulanlski has sold the Ouray Plaindealer to Waiter Walker, former ly city editor of the Grand Junction Hentinel. The chanticler craze has struck Julesburg. The town council has de creed that chickens may not run at large. A movement has been started to es tablish a starch factory at New Castle to take care of the surplus potatoes of Garfield county. The contract for the new Saguache county court house, to be built at Saguache, nas been let to a Sterling man at $36,110. Herschel Hendrickson, aged 14, of Ohio City, had his foot cut so badly by an ax that he had to be taken to Pitkin for treatment. Citizens of Sedgwick county have or ganized a new county fair association and will proceed with the erection of buildings as soon as possible. C. E. Calkins of Morrison was bit ten twice on the hand by a rattle snake the other day, but prompt med ical assistance saved him from any serious results. Fort Collins poultry fanciers are ar ranging to hold a poultry Institute there on June Bth, when prominent authorities will be present and give expect advice. A McDonald, employed on the Mil ton reservoir near Evans, sustained five broken ribs when a horse he was riding ran away with him. Mr. Mc- Donald had his foot caught in a stir rup and coult not free himself. The county commissioners of Cone- ; Jos county will as the corporation of , other counties in the San Luis val ley in preparing, as the Antonito ledg er says, “the grandest agricultural dis play ever witnessed by mortal man," for the National Irrigation Congress meeting at Pueblo. Merrill Smith, aged thirteen, living on Red creek, Fremont county, dis covered the lair of a bobcat family and proudly captured the four kittens while the mother was away. Homer Rodcheaver, son of T. H. Rodeheaver or Akron, has taken a po sition as assistant to Evangelist Billy Sunday at a salary af S2OO per month. John Holmes was oiling the engine of a big excavator near Pierce last Tuesday when he was drawn Into the gearing and both legs crushed so bad ly that amputation was necessary. He died shortly after the operation. D. D. Porter, an eccentric prospec tor, who had lived in a cabin near Texas Creek for a number of years was found dead Monday. Circum stances lead to the conclusion that he committed suicide. The Park County Cattle Growers' association will hold its annual meet ing at Fairplay on the 28th. \V. W. Ferguson of Denver was elected department commander of the department of Colorado and Wyoming, Grand Army of the Republic, at the annual encampment held at Grand Junction. WEEK’S EVENTS IN COLORADO Miliken Must Wait. Greeley.—Petition for the Incor poration of the town or MiMken was denied by Judge Bradfleld Friday on the ground that the twenty-six names attached did not constitute the reces sary number. Census About Completed. Denver. —The work of checking and tabulating the census returns for Den ver and the northern Colorado district is nearly completed according to Su pervisor McGaffey. and the returns will be sent to Washington in a few days. Tennessee Convict Recaptured. Trinidad. —After a search of more than six months, leading through a dozen states, J. I* Steakley of V\ bite county, Tenn., a convicted murderer, who killed a policeman while resisting arrest, was placed in the county jail here Tuesday and will be returned to that imint to serve his term. Delta at Irrigation Congress. Delta. —The county commissioners of Delta county have appropriated >SOO to the Irrigation Congress to be held in Pueblo next September and are planning to send a Mg display of the company's products, which will first be exhibited at the State Fair and later at the Exposition In connec tion with the Congress. Experimental Land for C. A. C. Washington. I). C.—The House Mon day passed Representative Taylor's bill conveying to the state of Colora do 1,000 acres of land for experiments in agriculture, forestry, grazing and stock raising in connection with the State Agricultural college at Fort Col lins. Larimer county, and wil be sold to the state at >1.25 an acre. Hard Blow on the Plains. Cheyonne Wells.—The tramp who I was severely injured while stealing a 1 ride on the Union Pacific freight train of nine cars, which was blown from 1 the track Sunday night, died Monday morning here, where he was brought for medical attention. A seven-months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mil* 1 ler, living several miles southeast of Llmon, was instantlv killed by being struck by a timber which blew off the house. Postmasters Want Sunday Rest. * Denver. —At a closing meeting of the Colorado Association of Postmasters, held at the Albany hotel Tuesday, res olutions favoring the Sunday closing of the postofflccs in all places where the business interests of the comtnun -1 ity will not be interfered with were passed. The resolutions were framed by a committee appointed for that pur pose and will be sent to the officials . in Washington. Auto in Ditch; Seven Injured. Denver.—While returning from Wel by. in Adams county, an automobile carrying seven persons went over a twenty-five foot embankment ' ight miles north of Denver, near the Brigh ton road Friday noon and seriously In jured several of the party The most serious were: A. A. Fairchild, general agent of the Dcnver-l-arami*’ Realty ! Company, chest crushed, left shoulder dislocated and right eye bruised, con dition serious; Frank W. Bross. sales man for the Denver-luiramie Realty Company; neck seriously cut; Mrs. W. B. Wells. North Adams. Mich., ribs ribs crushed. Bakers May Start Bakery. Denver. — Unless the large wholesale bakeries of the city, which are under the ban of the striking bakers meet the demands of the union, it is prob-‘ able that a new wholesale bakerv wil! be opened by the strikers. Marcel , Wille. general organizer of the Bakery and Confectionery Workers' Interna tional Union of America, arrived in Denver Friday to take uctive charge of the strike. He announced that a union bakery was started in San Jose, i Calif., following trouble similar to the present Denver situation, the plant I costing >20.000 It has prospered to such an extent that the union has re fused >30.000 for it. Denver. Greeley 4L Northwestern. Greeley.—That the new Denver, Greeley tic Northwestern Railway Com- j panv Ik to build an Important line ' which is to be a feeder for the Chicago tic Northwestern, a Vanderbilt line, j and tap the coal fields of Routt <oun- j ty, in western Colorado, is the opln- [ ion of many here, who also think the line eventually will be extended t" the Pacific coast. A. W. Trenholm, one of the directors of the new road. Is general manager of the Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha railroad, which is owned by the Chicago tic Northwestern. Grading and laying of rails for the new Denver. Greeley tic Northwestern railway will begin be tween Denver and Greeley, and. if the road is extended to the coal fields of Routt county (t is said it will run di rect from Greeley over the range. Want tha I. O. O. F. Home. Fort Collins.—The Odd Fellows are 10-operating with the Chamber of Commerce in an effort to obtain the Odd Fellows’ home for the widows and children of members of the order for this city. The grand lodge set aside >50,000 for this purpose. Another Globe Trotter. Pueblo. —Henry Stewart, aged 74, who started from San Diego, Cal.. Feb. 14 last to walk around the-world, ar rived here Thursday night. Greeley Street Cars Running. Greeley.—For the first time in the history of Greeley a street car, fully equipped, bearing officers and stock holders of the company, ran over the new line on an inspection trip Tuesday nfternoon. Regular service will begin toon. New La Plata County Bank. Bayfield.—Articles of incorporation have been filed for the Farmers’ and Merchants’ Bank; F. A. Irwin, William Glassner, W. A. Bay; >IO,OOO. BROKE HER UP. Mrs. L. I. Terary—Mrs. Wise has given up her club. Mrs. Izlt Soe —Why? Mrs. L. I. Terary—Every time she went to a meeting her husband moved the furniture In the parlor all around. UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS The constant use of Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for toilet, bath and nursery purposes not anly preserves, purifies, and beautifies the skin, scalp, hair and hands, but prevents inflammation. Irritation and clogging of the pores, the common cause of pimples, blackheads, redness and roughness, yellow, oily, mothy and other unwholesome conditions of the complexion and skin. All who delight in a clear skin, soft, white hands, a clean, wholesome scalp and live, glossy hair, will find Cuticura Soap most suc cessful in realizing every expectation. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are ad mirably adapted to preserve the health of the skin and scalp of in fants and children, and to prevent minor blemishes or inherited skin hu mors becoming chronic, and may be used from the hour of birth. Cuticura Remedies are sold throughout the civ ilized world. Send to Potter Drug tic Chem. Corp., sole proprietors. Boston, for their free Cuticura book, 32 pages of invaluable advice on care and treatment of the skin, scalp and hair. Willing to Pay for Rammer. When the British square at the bat tle of Abu Klea. in the Nubian des ert, was penetrated by the dervishes, one of them attempted to spear a gun ner who was in the act of ramming home a charge. The Briton brained the Sudanese, but the rammer head split on the man's hard skull. Next duy the gunner was sent for. Mistaking the reason, and knowing from experi ence that soldiers are charged for government property which they break, he led off with: "Please, sir, I’m very sorry I broke the rammer, but I never thought the fellow's head could be so hard. I'll pay for the rammer so as to hear no more of the case.” A Quick Cat. Some years ago the proprietor of u iiot«l In southern New Hampshire told •u. iic »aid thin when he was a boy be bad occasion to go into the garret of his house one morning and that the family eat fol lowed him up the stairs. One of the windows was open, nnd when they en tered the garret a frightened mouse jumped out of the window, and the cat. jumping after it. caught it in mid air and, whirling round. jumi>ed back again into the same window. They Surely Would. A little American boy with his fa ther was visiting a market In a Mex ican city. He saw a little native girl with a small basketful of red |>eppers. of which she was eating one. His fa ther wns about to sny: “She thinks she is very smart," as the son called his attention to it. The boy spoke up quickly, knowing what was to be said; “Pa, would those red peppers make you smart if you eat all of them?" His father replied: “Yes, son." No Affair of His. ”1 noticed. Mr. Lloyd, that you were the only person who did not weep dur ing Mr. Evans' beautiful prayer.” "You forget. Mrs. Davies, that I be long to another parish."—The By stander. Some men get ns much enjoyment out of a toothpick as others do out of a cigar. fgjriCASTORIft For Infant* and Children. •MM* Kint * v° u Have Always Bought $ ANirgetabl* Preparation for As- I M Bears the A* A. Se SlgDil ?! nrssandßcst Contains neither nf A Air ft Opium,Morphine nor Mineral #t\ IM it: Not Marc otic (tulr A.?* 'faMßrSAHvarmm I A s F Hi Aiytiii <W • a 1# V *» MxStmmm * \ IV ■ hi /MM'S.** ■ I IJK w , ? AmW* f Ml I __ I .Jfv In Ilf - AMnfifaMr f ■! 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Why did you say that'your circulation is good? Mr. Koloom —Honest, I couldn't help it. That's my business. You see. I’m advertising manager on the Daily Boomer. —Puck. Equality. Doctor (politely)—Good morning, Mr. Schmidt. Janitor —Howdy, Doc. —Life. Dr. Pierce'* Pellet*, (.mall. sugar-cooled. easy tg take a* canity, revulate and Invifurmle Kumaili, liner and bowels. Du not a ripe. Farmers and washladies get their living from the soil. Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief--Permanent Core CARTER’S LITTLE LIVER PILLS ner«^^^pT\ (ail. Purely rrge*- • the liver. «ITTLE Stop 111 V E R dinner ■ PlLLS dhtrem—JLmfl ll T ' ’ seeboo— improve the complexion brighten the eye*. Small Pill, Small Desc, Small Price GENUINE must bear signature : W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES *B, *4, *3.50, *3, *2.80 a *2 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS, f- [v Millions of men wear m~: jeL- W. L Dooelas sKooe be- f sr -. I cause they ere Use lew- 9Umr> •a* prices, quality coe Wf WIV. ••dared. in the world. 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