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and children, against the contritions neutrality and the rights of neutrals. , D(1VQ PARM fl IIRQ
and wage struggle o( the Old World. Theodore Itooscvelt, n Republican, D J 1 0 IinlYl uLUDu Success can couio uuder the Denio- was president. He, too, kept us at ' SPEECH OF HON. I AWHFNfiF SHFRMAN cratlc plan of whetting wits only by peace. UlllllLllUL uilMiiiinn uobaaoniGnt of our IaI)or and co. , why should Pierce, Orant or , sequent Impoverishment of all de- Roosevelt have Involved us In nn of ARE BENEFICIAL nUA c,,i nnatnr frnm III?, pendent on It It Is not the first , those past wars of the Old World? . United Staws senator irom uu- tarff nton Ul0 Democratlo part. . WM- should President wiuon involve , Extension of Ccrn Club Idea Gives 'has tried on the productive Industries , us In the present Kuropean War,. I of the country. Tho offense has Other Presidents did only their duty i been committed so often as to merit then. It Is equally President Wilson's B 0- nois, Before Home Markat Club at Boston. Mass. a lone term sentencu In 1910 undor duty now. There Is no more reason the habitual criminal section of econ- why the president should enter Into I, war now than the Presidents named Boys Training In Crop Rotation' and Live Stock Feeding. The success of hoys' com club and pi? clubs In the South has led I Tmnnr.itlvn MS tho IlCCl! Is for a i OIlllC InWS. fi..niiiiiiin victnrv la 1010 there 1 - It Is In the mission of the Uepub-l'11 "tber yeirs. .. ..-- Tlirt rirtfrtrtirMnnt nt Wo alt lt ti ti l something -tmr-r imhI n-nro en.if- ncan party, among oilier man uuues - - - ........ j those In charro of the work In this' lrfp now and lmrMfu. It rl- ; of govenunent. to rescue the Indus-, not now representative. It Is sec- ,ec,m ,0 ,,,., ,)r ,lo ,,,. 0, ! above party aud politic uud race tries of the country from the mis-, " represents neither ""S , t10 movement through the formation ' ami creed. It dwells In a i:toti fortune caused by the mistakes of , Iowr. wage earners, occupations. r ,)0V8. larm clulS i thcw clulu bounded only by our (lag. the Democracy. It will restore In-, r material .resources. Tho thlr- t((? haye n It calls for the allegiance of -verr duitry revive buln. and slve work teen States or Alabama. Arizona. tmmw granlralon, ,)ou , proiuc r. of tho republic, native ollen to tho Idle. The time lost to the Arkansas H beru. It Is found on that higher wae earners cannot return An , n. MUM- ' level whern ouly patriots waiK. u idle nay can never ne roueemeu. t ...... " I tliary principles of crop rotation the ' i a croup of 1 ,1,ar ,rlMCl,los of cr(,P rotation, t 1 ' ii.ii.. ?.. .-.-. i ?, t I ""ivi iiuitiiih, in nf BlUtn. tl .i u .. c tVA It M!ld't-.MiliMt filtiA.) th nrMmt tariff . oiii I'emuuiiui- oiaiu'-. vuiiin-ui"., ,.,,. 1 Ii mj " II w itttuic n ii'vi i - j ictiiiiv .n-u .w ....-..- ,.... it. , .,k. i fit- i,iti.i.u. nirii f On October s. 1912. when the , 'lessee an. i irgiuin are and from every uaiue tercd tablet aud memorial stone near in it toe stated: Ixom CnncorJ and Lexington and act. Mr. Uuderwood. then Chairman cm- vniitornia. Illinois, .Massucnu- and event on let- of the House Ways and Means Com- 8""- Micnman. lowa, JiUsourl. .now Jersey, .New ork, Ohio, Peiinel- tonight. It broods above the .., am i,,, confident that -"ma' ",HH, ,s,a,u B,m " ons " monument on Hunker Hill, where thte law w, reiluo, the cost of llv- "re t,"lrtetM1 SMOi thl arL cor,""-v vaa written the genesis of free gov- ,ng , lhe lulw Sut t,nd lt wl "ncpubllcn. or may be regarded a wmnent In the New World. It spoke ' provM amp,e rerenue for the c.ov. I htlng ground. The thirteen Hem-. of free seas aud neutral right, moro ernment ocratlc States In 1012 cast l.ls.- nun vni . iiip TtnriPOJi Knrtnitiipn The high cost Of llrlnjt was 7 per otn.0. M - r,c- 11S .,. Tlw, grown their corn. Kach one of the cent higher In September IP 14. thauneniocratcgtateghaveS89i683wiKe members should own. or h.m tho ln I9IS- earner The Republican State The only relierlnf feature of the j have -l.77S.3tO. prophecies of abuttdant rerenue ia ' The legislative machinery of the that few believed them when made United States Is frame.! and operated and nobody belu-ves tiiem now. The. jv a combination of States having tfuiu a hundred years ago. It made the Mtrlflce from tho river banks of Saitoh to thu red hillside of Getiya tog that fb Union might be saved fRm dlamembcrineut, its int!tution ' :Mted. its laws supreme. It a-, the spirit of Atuericaniam re- ;- teraceti, redeemed and red --d tea t- ' to unr republic by all ho are iered wilhju its sheltering fold. ' the world is at war. Nono ask that 'Mo ties of nativity be en. Wo ask only that they be rdlnated to the welfare in our .ry. is country is what the people it. If it fail it will be our are. If it succeed, (t will be our access. It would . proclaim to erowns aud aceptered might that the ' peoplu cannot rule. It would write In the world's history our dishonor ' and aha mo. the upbuilding of the soil. Without some syMetn or rotation members of tho corn clubs who have' obtained large yields cm their acre one year cannot repeat the perform ances the following sison The farm clubs, therefore, are iieigucd ' to teach the ! how best to use this acre the year after they have observant ones long ago discovered a treasury ntfolt whs a norm: I symptom of a Ditwotratic Adminis tration ar.d a logics 1 result of its tar- lesa than one-fourth of the total pop- caro of. at leaet one farm animal which should be carried on the acre, , returning a profit to its owner and fortlllxinK the soil. The third jear the acre Is to he sown to corn again. In this way the hojs' eluts iuv ulation and less than one-eighth of "" ,.r n.ur.e in ii;e principles oi sound a;r rill ture. The Importance of tho inoe- the total votes cast in 1912. The Democratic party is itself In iff legislation. It ha Ken fort in:' jtower by a minority of over.n mil- by a Kuropean war tax. by an in n.e tax and a corporation tax, and st!H the deficit grows. The, Demo cracy has tried everything but econ omy in i;s efforts to keep even. This would be tried If it were not in their lion rotes. It, in turn, is ruled 1 y a sectional minority, through which ine-iourth of the population cu1 ! ment Is shown by the fact that nearl 7S.000 hoys are no enrolb I in t'te corn clubs of the South, and m-veral thousand more in pig clubs, not onl one-eighth of the rotes is the rul.r 'oarMi,'S lhlM. but fun.i.hlnK ml Ian i'v." for lfi0.O00.000 pi ' pie .ml l ooo.odO to.ci The Fipuh- 112 plat'orn.. - Treasury report" j ,c in pu" will substitut" nnti'i.rl advertise a constantly decreasing net balance. The mouths of July and August. 1915, present the Govern ment with a deficit of 530.000.000 iiern:u -f lor sectional contri I Con-tipntlon Cause Most UN Accumulated waste in your thirty an luvaluable object Ifsson to the thrown larmers around them. "The exact rotation thut is folliv.-nl ' I in these farm clubs Is, of course de i terminer by individual conditions , i In i-otne sections th acre should be' sown to a cover crop for grazing 343 Reducing tke Cost of Upkeep l Dill Usrin;t Lonk Wtinaf THE INSTALLATION of 1 L. C. Smith & Bros. Xype-vnters. is invariably f jlloweJ by tiic discovery that trie bills for ribbon? ars muclt less than be fore. A l.tnS' ccrpjr.ii.'n recently found that it ribbon cxpensjjTVvas cut in two. This is not an ac. identifiers the result of the me.-hanical const -ifct,Von that n;ahcs the L. C. Smith U" Brja.c.- . vt tj maintain. Th: kill hearirjs ;,'; ' '"'ff'i'1 a1 elimitatJ pounJmi imna.-t. Tk- rSr'-' 'aateJ.by the carriaj. nut iKj tvptSir. TBm!: i. 'boa mccnaaum ij au'omatic. f i ,.'-:t t i i S m 'c T'.- at the in stant tK end ii rca-!..-i J -. i.a,-t aJdfJ ltraio. Law r'boon CiMt. l-v eo l cf maintenance and tk. h.hc.t eftw.cns" -ytb. i irj ju-rantccJ to L. C. L'mi'h 6 iJrui. u-.tj. MOTRATIOS FOR THl A;!NC L. C. SMITH iV BROS. TYPEWRITER. C? I! st Cffut an.l Ftz-ry. SYRACUSE. X. Y. H m& Brn S a At! Pr u.i(t C ' f II i .Mn I ii Stieet 3S33S2a lSft!A.VJ tINd.V.NATI, OHIO, ij s tl..., ,.f . . . ...I . f, ,h. II ... -r, , ; .' " "P-' revenue of speaker I reet of bowel i causes absorption of and turning under In the sprinR. Aft- inri. fnr ",Q," nT,,e f0"Ild,rBM')3rk and Chairman Underwood. roions. tnd to produce fevers, up-! or t,,is treatment, cowpeus, soy beans compound iiiicriK.i..- Hcli l... h1.i. Wi ii. ".!l. iV T FJtidi prophesies nwln yield to sets-digest Ion. You belch gas. fert ' or "eanurs ma-v 1,e 'row" an(I lri7es come the most ,.luuble wii.tarj ' MAmMulrLxZntr "nathe-catlc, The fiscal delusions Mur,y. irritable, almost cranky. It , P to' ' '" "- ,c, Uevihed by mat, That flr-f .- k.1 lm.. r ,..,n lB.i..,,,.M .. of Dem'ccratic statemon require Isn't yon-lfs your condition. Elim-1 " CV, " 1 " " , cro.scot.e uaa as far roiuoied t',- j...., ,, j.w- , r1i.MKii.n.,0 .fc i . .i-i. -r . i.w i.i.,)Ciovur, rju aiui uur cmriT. "r iic llfUlIUt'IlL V'. VU.MUMU3 surplus 00e or two of Pr. Kin'. .Vrr IJfc ( sml rats nay Ik-on towiher. Ex. , t 1.1k h-pouered instrument ,- u, ' Pills toni-lrt I'njov a full free i coIle,lt results have alrendy b.Tcn oil- day as U the modern American tn-tu ii..'.i'Jl.,...'in,,i, ,,.',!,. Itafsed by many lws with crimson J the oriKltial caveman Yet b tins bt (tlltnllfttf.l ill lilt, nnrlnul Iniulo n Enrope The wars of the Old World ab, ,l HtI.-Su!ali between a JCUst not 1)U VfJBBll ill finr pnimlrv a,1(1 a llellclt- .. ... t. .-t.. i.i... ,.. i lirtiinl inni'ofnflnt fti Mm ninPfiilr The foreicu and the native born ine great inuv,or r--iim ueiwen ,- ........... ..- i clovr. one reason beiiiK that thev1 faulty means, I.eiiwenhoeU. natural-, must fuse in an unconquerable pa- the Alleghanies amt t:-riliic'i-v ll" f" r' f" fl"' ",?." fI"lake more pains with Inoculation j Ut. physician and botanist. ,!-,-i triotism of America first and loyalty tains is knoitu as tilt Middle et.nal bottle, coutainlns .... pills, tram j. cwiin iilnu(j (jiJih wifcU (u to our republic forever. Let us I" territory and agriodiure it ls the your Druggist today for -,c ., K)r. t. fiIMnl,cr lr0 in rtie flrr I e.illc.l "Ultl.. animals." If- made' make it American. sL.if.restrained, srat body of the Xo?Mt American, - j years of their memlKrshlp in the I draw Ihkm or these and today we '. dicnlfied, powerful, peaceable, but Republic. It is washed by' " tide-j Xoifpe Stock' iViw Klcctlon. , rlubs I acre Is probably enough to thm for tfio.se u.seful frieiutf nnd adequately prepared and capable of water and Its southern IionR.ws blend Commonwealth At Kentucky. OhiffJ i,u,ie. The corn the.r require to ' mallKiiant enemies of man- bacr.-rta w'f-defeuse acainst either foreign or v,'Ilere both corn and ce-ttoit Krow. , c(nnty Court reRiilar term Septem- fef,(l their live stock may be obtain-' We spend our days surnmnif- b rfuniestic enemies. It contains the nation's granary, i uer tlu ISI5i ,l in exenanpe for small Kraln. hay. ! anotlier worlil. a living wnrM of Our nation is sovereign and rules' Without its -uerous yield ve -would , ffon ,;30. J5- Wils-iti, J. O. C. C. , .mvl,nS. nv.r scv.il. or some of th ! counfles-s billions. Invisible t( '!, '' In tins i rltal'itliss Is In on nit: iiTim - iii r.il i I tlu sp.t'i of lite in Atutric.i i gr.i'I. tally beltn; leiiKtluni'! Ml of winch is largely .in- to tlu niuToscope at territory,. Us-people and its Insti- depend on foreign markets to support pru(.jrtin2r. lutfous,. II is neutral. Amidht the our WPte- & numbers among its ( E K crabb, et ai perils of a world: coeiiict it has held cule" the seconf iarsost in th"- W.est the course charted by the law ut na- enl Hemisphere and one of the mst Uons. This republic cannot be the cosmopolitan cities in the world, theater of Mien plots and murder-, manufactures mOiing, railwar and on- strife. 'agriculture, cor. merce and baidcing 7 Tho Jlepubiicin party knows that ' hau' sPrun from- its' fertile1 .re- "c production of wealth precedes its sources since the tnvu war i other products ot their acre or olse I naked eje. silent, tireless i..-u-jtfte average boy. by helping his rath-! Ing tfe living, coiumlng the iIm-I. vs. pr on a farm, mav receive sulliciuat ' useful in tho scfences and arts. y. t ' feed of corn In return for his labor often fallowed by a train of nickt.es.-i. Arnold I re- older bovs may. of cour.se. llml i nutTorii.g and death. A curious pur- JunTgmtiU Orrfers &c. Stock Law Election cinct N". .V2. o In pursuance with th' judgement and orders entered on rewnl, fn the above styfed acsfon. notlca is fireby distribution. Its adversaries do not whew peaco returns tir a tron)iert I given that a pott will lie openwl in iv-cusnize the simple truth that the! world we fac.i the nation who raust Arnold voting I'recenct oit Tuesifay. Acicricau ffOle cannot distribute turn their surplus tn oar mark.'Tis. Nov. 2nd. l'Jl. ro take tbesercwr of cither wnges or wealth they do not ' They must sell their eos. Their j the lfgally- iiuaftded voters on the haie. Withh this maxnu as a cor- highly perfected orgunizu'fous for j question: " SYhetfitr or not they are .n-rmol 1(3 party edifice, it strives purposes will be diverted" to pe:uce-j in faior of making It unfawrul to vtcadiastly that all may share in sup-' ful pursuits. A vast ,voduct Ion- permit cattle or any specft thernor plying each other's wants. It do-1 must result. The temporary prn-- to run at large on' the Public High tUues to sen the wisdom of buying ' tection given our markets- by war ways or uninvl'iiHed lands wfrllimsifif r.u thing elbuwlierc If wo can produce will end. The free iiai; of tiV Deiiu- Arnold I'recenct. as prayed for In tile it nt home I cratlc tariff will tlood' our markets-, petition herein tlleif. Iu laiO must bo told again the ' In uti unprecedented volume. Thu j Given untltiT mr band as ilerk ori0(g of harvesting the seed or the ' . ..... r- . . ,1.... I ALL. .......... n..- tl.ln r-.J. .!.. .r story of American Protection, it , crippieu aim me maimeo nrnsi mt uum .um. v.un, mm iu "' clovers, vetcn. ttc. will uot now lull on heedless ears. Their handiwork will help swell the September. A. U. rl... Kiperiwice has taught the time-hon-, llood until our people must feel thoj W. C. nr.A.VKENSIflT. ortil expensive lesson of Democracy strain. Wage scale uiljnatments. J 12t4 Clerk Ohio County Court victory. It will not be forgotten or alone cannot meet merchandise pro- O unlearned by listening to strange J duced under such coniTilioni J Mr. SlimreyV Position. t:t. -if tarlfl reiormers or vlslonar- Subject to the essential principle ,.As to tIiu pait co,lVctlons of my ... . i .. t..i.. 1 .tnll,iii fi..iil t.rni'j I nilf'tnl'iPU .. le.- rifling tneir tueories into iiiiuia- m ii"un .w.i.,..., ....... .,. ..opponent upon this questioni. r am acr-s none roo much-, putting 1 acre in corn and the other in small grain and legumes. In order to stimulate Interest, the ado tins, yet bacteria are ut once ! the greatest friends and the fiercest foes of every living thing. Not anl inal.s, as- r.euweulioek thought, hut authorities in charge of this demon- ( vegetables, bacteria- consists of twt stration work nre reconimending that classes, those whlcn prey on 1 vim? rriz be oicd' for Ibgumns and' things ami those which reduce a tor small grain grown by the club members as well as for corn. If a boy uses his grain crop for grazing or turning under, he can compete for prizes on such crops as peanuts, 1cans. peas, aud lespedeza. It is al so an excellent opportunity for valu able demonstration In the best meth- After a jear of this iurk, prepar ation should be made to plant the acre to corn ugaln. Thu boy will I then know mirch more about corn j production amf fanning in general man wncn ne nrsi entered mo cum. . tlleir original minerals, fluids ai.it gases, every dead thing which they attack. They aro of various shapes, round like marbles or straight lik little sticks. They grow iu clusters. sift 1 1 tiu iiii-f In ntil fa Tlim ) tn i lit . VIMI llfly unu lt jrtlttt) tv. J Mir UU ' qiiitous. Tlio dusty air. the ( artli and" Its waters, the ulterior of aul mills aud plants all contain then They cause the fermentation of foods, they make cheese, they produce dls-i ease and some of them when killed ' and injected into an animal protect It against the very disease which they would have produced if living trial ruin. The protective periods ; must be sought In return from other of the Republican party write the , nations so that our surims may f nl(J btateBvinr ot Lieutenaur Uimsr chanter ot the country's prosperity, reach foreign markets. A construe- . . .. .. . . i '...... ....It.... .w.t .... .Yfl,t.U'M .mil iln. I . industrial activity. living wages aiiii.uto ..i.. .. ..v..... --.. -. i-rnis btaumuni was made n coinecs. prlces. with steady employment and structive course, is rvqulri.il. foiistant martots naturally follow a The most abhorwnt net of the lUpubllcan ndiiilnlstratlon. j present Democratic Aduifnlstratlon President Wllncm in his message , Is the statement that an American in Congress. Anrll 8. 1913. speaking , who seeks to open a market or ex- rait advised', hoc upon this subject Jtlon with the appearance- ot Mr. Stanley before the Democratic can didates and' Committee on He-solutions in tlIT. ;jfid the s'dtetm-M of Mr: McDerniutt concerning the fan .Many- of them Ilvo as harmless crea- At tlu- end of the third year most of Hires in the body of an animal for tho club members wll probably ho j years, only to kill their host when compeiYed, tor one reason-or another , tho opportunity presents. Their to leave the club. It Is recommend- study hns given birth to a science. eel that certificates signed by the , bacteriology, one of the loundation A hlgluhic authorities of rhe colleges stones or public health and States should be given to every I Thulr mero preseuco does not tec character outlined. I essarlly produce disease. Itecall'ij the parablo or tho sower, some hao atl jj jjjo.w ,sjuo. .iiain joijii aocj tend the area of proper American in- Kuagt. (lf Mn Scaiey at rt ,I2is. is fotrtJm Ueinocrntlc party, said: ' "Tho object of tho tarilt duties , llueuce aiiroau urusi e.Mieci i. c'i'.. rollow.r liencoforth laid must be offectlvo jor protection from the mother couu- uenHeaien I hear that yws are, fompetitioii the wliettlng of Amerl-1 try. They are told all who enter on j co,i,le,.ix recommending ror iho , can wits bv contest with the wits of, a foreign soil for gain are sttllty of, r.mocrrt.,c platform the County Cult the rest of tho world" I S-edy commercialism and must n- T ,mvf nUvHyi ,t.e (,,p0seil to the The Ameilc.ui people hae nuw siuue there tlio risus oi nie aim pro-, C()lmtJ. L-lU i camf tTtm a coim. Childreii Cry FOR FLETCWER'S C ASTO R I A teria fail by thu waystde and si-'-ie Tall upon stony places and si r j rail lu good ground aud britu u r j tho lruit of sunering, perhaps c . j death. A normal, temperate I f Ireo alike from the gluttony o'. 1 ',' ness or overwork, thu sound' r ' lu tho sound body, ti cheerful, t'- tw. two voars of "effective compe- petty. A more reprehensible, un 'itlon." So effective hus It baen no' Amer!-:i d. clarat Icn never came ,.,... i.., ..si-m.iMi Its devastation. Ills- even from the uomocrauc pari Chrvnic Cortstipatiou. "About two jears ago when I ho- ty where aiy people know that I have. S'n using C huniberlaln's Tablets I , mal eilvlronment, these forn t always been opposed to It I come bad been MifferliiB for some time with btony places In Which bacteria n from a couutv as ilrv as a nowder stomach trouble and chronic coustl- no root. The depraved appetit- r' t;-.t was substituted for confidence. The Democratic party appeals ior. tl0rl( i,aX yilt ,hov navt. e0cU.,i mo patlou. My condition Improved rup- mimi -ami uouy.Miio unrK aim sord'J EJHerprlhci halted. Tho paralysis of support anil asus tuui i-ri-iunn v u ,or t.onsrw,s, if you put the County uuy tiirougn tlio use or ttieso tatilets. , aimospiiero oi penury, uio ueri Unit in the- platform, you will com mit a blunder, and ou will most i I certaluly.go down In defeat' . . .... .. i. . i - mi-m. fell uiioii tho industry of fcou bo re-eiecteii nccause ue uas uepi Uj country. Tl... rising tide of In- us out of war wIMi Europe. In dreanecl imports and a decrease ot e.- 1 S.Vi. Frnnklli Vlurce. a Democrat. .... i.., ....r I. ..in., tunrkiit anil do-' was President! rue .riiiiettii iwir pi nlwl, until mitigated by the tempor ary calamity ot war, an expansion of began then. For luore than" three" .....' W.Anl frtlnln Prnt.ro Tnrlcev . .. . e ... V. ... II...... trade ubroad. ami Hamiiua mumii ivumu. fir Whetting our w-Ub aglnst thu wits dent Pierce inainiaineu peace, in; - Since taking four or live bottles of racking nnd Btrbngth uiilleritihilng them my health has been fine;" ,'trades, 'theSo "preppro tho good wrltto Mrs. John NewtonT Irving,. N.'1 grouijd. ' Y. Ohtalnablu.cvrywhere. '- ' j" Tlicgreat weapon against bacteria . Is, cleanliness. The mastery over The MI(-i-osciiK'. j prenmturo death lies to a great nieas. CASTOR IA "Pnr Tnfflnf flnil ChWArun WHUllltth uur mm ubm in mo . ' .-- . v . v..v.wU, . - - . - . ... if the world becunio a contest of 1S71 tho Franco-Prubsluu War broke ( . Use ForOver 30 Years ' ,,orhhe,m b-v "anl0 ,,vlns ,n '""a"1', lives uro tho makers of public health uuerfcau- wage against foreign 'out General Grant, a Republican, " . Zt " j Invented a crude magnifying glass, Tho United States Public Health ' Clrnnt lllllt.ru ImVn ..mnll Iwifrl.l- ...A l. n. linn.l. Plnnn ..nM..n.. . . .... nw ..m.v ......... ..vo,.- mv til uill l,llilo.. icn.l il-CtJUO, 1.IC.1II . nlngs. A spectacle maker, Jan I.clp- cities, clean workshops nnd clean ' American- wages ubuiosi iujcibu " v..w.-. , - ---. . ., m,., wages anu btauuarus oi living, ji vU9 . iviut.... ... .- v- lh, is an unequal contest. It pits at, few ears ago the Russo-Japanese , signature .'att tho American home, Us women War presented similar questions of, zdhtfffisSk b8 "Goodies!" 563 Sr&SmM rVi "0!jdis that mtt ISA! I cO m-c-T-t i.i our mouth fOS( OQ 'hiit .lutfy, twn!i;r KV lOQl Cakijs, biscuits artd fOC JSq Jous!i.-Juts that Just Ifx5 "P TFl s-'ep you hanne fSA T&C roixtTd tie pintry alL JCi jzjr iiiaue'.iiav.uuin.,t Jjs (Xi t'-u sif-Jt, purcit, most CAv UMffl 1.1 1(1 r.trlt ft.t tnrr Tn. K r i ' ... ..... ...... . .u,, r Jf JkJ lu'tt.J v fa.Iur." iXJ KSkfjj it.ccivcj llljhett Awartla Ssrtf In 160S. Anton von Leuwenhoek, , Servlco nnd other sanitary bodies of bom In Delft, this day 1632, Iruprov-' this country uro gradually brlng'ng ed this clumsy toy and evolved a these facts home to the geucral pu'j-' ' i i CtuNipandtiitfcanUaUngPowdursdanot savayou money. Calumel Jora-lt'sPure andfir superior to sour milk n4 sda.