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?ATR PI, AY. STE- GENEVIEVE. MISSOURI
SHORT STORIES TERSELY TOLD FOR
THE BENEFIT OF BUSY READERS.
With two of thu larger nnloniolillu
factories iiiul suvernl of the smaller
resuming production on a part-time
lmK (lie gradual return (if the largest
Industry In 'Detroit (Mich.) to niirmal
Is forsccn ly those acquainted with I ho
After a complete shutdown of two
weeks, four of the mines and mills of
the Kngle-Plcher Lead Company, near
richer, Okla., resinned operation. Ap
proximately AM men were given i'"'
ploymenl. Tlie International Association of Ma
chlulst.s, an organization with a mem
hershlp of nhoiit -lOO.OOO, has started n
warfare against certain railroad Inter
ests, which are charged with attempt
ing, In collusion with J. I'. Morgan &
Co., the United States Steel Corpora
tion and other financial and industrial
Institutions, to disrupt union labor.
OfTlcers of the Pullman Compnny,
'Chicago, are expected to take action
on the voluntary proposal of 0.000 em
ployes of the car shops that a 'JO per
cent reduction In wages be made.
A .sentence of from one to fit) years
In prison was Imposed on .lames Cyr
ey, Sun Francisco, convicted of an
aittuck on Miss .leniile Montgomery, of
Miss Julia Spongier, 22, of Olney,
unci Warder Allen, 2.", of Champaign,
111., hiv at the point of death as a re
sult cf wounds Inflicted In n lovers'
William .7. Coleman, restaurant pro
prietor, of Dallas, Tux., whose death
has been a mystery for ten days, lost
Ids life at the hands of a girl he he
'lleved "too cute to shoot."
Two liquor smugglers were killed In
n gun light with dipt. Kyun and six
Jexas rangers In Zapata County, sixty
miles east of Laredo, Tex. .Severn!
smugglers escaped. Xone of the rang
ers was Injured.
Illehnrd Pellslu. former cashier of
the 1'lrst N'ntional Hank of Morris,
which was closed recently, was ar
rested at Morris charged with the em
bezzlement of the bank's funds.
"Devil Anse" Ilatlleld, noted leader
In the Ilatlield-McCoy feud of thirty
years ago, Is dead. Word of his death
in the Hatfield home at Island Creek,
Logan County, West Virginia, reached
Huntington, V. Va.
Senator Johnson (Kep.), California,
'Issued a statement forecasting his In
teiuion to push forward his project
for a federal presidential primary law.
but recognizing opposition to be met
'in the effort.
The Western Union ciible layer Iloh
erl C. dowry got Into trouble "with the
"dry" forces, Following a raid on the
ossel at Jacksonville. Flu., In which
It .v;is said 00 cases of whisky, cognac
und gin were captured, federal agents
arrested the master .and chief en
Iglneer. Liquor interests "reach" about one
In every dozen men employed to en
force prohibition, D. J. C-nn'tt, federal
agent for this division, said at Sa
vannnh. (iu. "We aru betrayed," he
added, "at about the same ratio Christ
was in dealing with his upostles."
Ita.wnond 'J'. Thome, millionaire
merchant of Chlcugo. was killed at Los
Angeles. Cnl.. in an automobile acci
dent. His body wus found under un
overturned uutomobile in the western
part of the city.
Prohibition enforcement has become
a farce in many parts of (he country,
due to the dhlded authority hetvfoen
the department of justice and tho In
ternal ieeniie bureau, as provided by
the Vols Mm; act, said Uepivsentatlvo
ood. Indiana, in t lit- IJoue.
The (iuli lii in.ing Company wus re
icnilj Haul .y.iU.i.ii -V Jndc Uobert
L Vwiuuui- in ihe 1 nlteU Slates dis
trict tii.in m Aiiuukoitee, Okla., for
alleged misluberiiig !)9 cur of casing
head gasoline shipped from Oklahoma
to i-euuaiont. Tex.
Anatoli J. Cauipllouplno was arrest
id in l iiio.,i.i, (. y.) ,y Customs In-s"-cioi-
Alien I). H.iskinson, churned
Willi siiiutfllng u l-iU.OOii Ummona mid
euieruul pendant into this country.
-l"-"'h 11. Jjefrees, of Washington,
president of the Chamber of Commerce
ol the l ulled Siaie.-, bus iiinioiiiiced
Hie ninth iinnuul nni-tiiig of i. .u.
tional number will be held at At
lantic Cilj.Aprll 27, 2S mid 2U.
Asserting that "no nation In the
world is to he trusted when it comes
to fuel oil mid coiiiiiiiinlcaiions." Sec
retary of the Navy Daniels said he
would light in office or out "for leg
islation to Insure an adequate supply
of oil for the American nsivy."
An exteushe Investigation Into the
activities of lumber ami leglonal as
sociations is being ms.di) by the Ie
parlmeiit of Justin-, with the assist
ance of the Federal Tiv.de Commis
Mon. A concurrent icsolutluu proposing
an amendment to the constitution pro
viding that befoie treaties entered into
by l..i Lulled Stales become effective
they inn.-,! he approved by a majority
oC tts otets of t Ik; lounlry, purtlc-Iiiat-lng
In a jiujiumr referendum, was in
troduced by Itepresentative Newton
(I"U ) Of illSMIU
Charges of graft In the office at
Chicago of Iialph W. Stone, Illinois
prohibition director, are to bo Inves
tigated by a force of 20 special Inves
tigators from Washington.
More than twenty-live students of
Dubuque, la., schools were summarily
dismissed when they refused to become
vaccinated in accordance with the edict
of the Hoard of Kducntlon.
The Oliver Chilled IMow Works of
South Itend, Ind., announced a cut la
the price of all horse-drawn Imple
ments of from S to 20 per cent.
Seven airplanes, nine aerial motors
and the hangar la which they were
housed, property of A. K. and C. K.
Caldwell, of Caleslmrg, III., were de
stroyed 1y fire at (ialesburg, causing
a loss of 5-10,000.
Tire, possibly originating In defec
tive wiring, broke out In the American
Kmbassy at London. Quick tvork by
a large force of firemen confined the
hlnzo to one room. It Is believed no
serious damage was done.
President-elect Harding resigned as
United Stales Senator from rililo, for
warding his resignation to Columbus
for action of the newly elected itepub
llcan governor. Harry L. Dals, who
has assumed office.
Announcement of two cabinet ap
pointments was made at Springfield.
III., by (iov.-elect Leu Small. Col. C.
It. Miller, of Kankakee will be direc
tor of the state department of public
works and buildings and Oeorge A.
P.arr of Jollet has been offered the
position as director of 'rude ami com
merce. Peyton C. .March, chief of stuff of tin.
army, will act as chief of staff for Con
Pershing, grand marshal of the in-
augural parade at Washington .March
- M'U- Ci'u. Peter C. Harris, AdJu- i
unit i.eneral of the Army, will serve I
ns adjutniil general of the grand mur- :
Osborne Wood, son of Oen. Leonard
Wood, left Nogales, .vrlz., fir Mexico
City. It Is understood he k lnter'sted
In an agricultural project In Mexico.
Col. C-eorge C. Kiekards of oil City,
Pa., was appointed bv Preslih.nt wit.
son as chief of the Militia Hm-emi of
the War Department. j 'Sl'looii League, Is adopted. Dr. Shltpp
has arrived here and announced that
Micrci i amc.To ,IU wl" M'('k '" 'tuln passage of such
MISCELLANEOUS. i llM ,.lnumiIm.nt
Joo Crlchvich, aged fi, living at Do- j The present .Missouri enforcement
trolt, Mich., disobeyed his parents by law reads as follows: "It shall he nn
playing outdoors and getting his feet 1 lawful for anv nerson. firm, nssocln.
ei, so me inn s lather administered
a spanking. The boy Inter killed hlni- ,
, Henry F. Houghton, 01, formerly
general manager of the lllg Four Itali
road, died suddenly at Indianapolis,
Ind., from heart disease.
"You did right," said Thomas ,T.
Wiley, attorney, as hu extended his
hand to Paul Nobles, police officer,
iiu siioi aim hiney w ney's 10-year-old and the slate bank examiner Is expect
son, Kugene, as lie leaped from tin; r-d ut any time to begin an audit of
window of an office room ho was rob-1 the institution's affairs.
hlng at Muskogee, okla
Junius (i. Scripps, publisher and
managing director of several newspa
per organizations, died ut his home at
Miramnr, near San Diego, Cnl.
Charles Manville, vlce-piusident of
thu II. W. Johiis-Miinvllle Co., died at
his home at Milwaukee. He wus Oi
Andre Chernon, a Paris scientist, ui
just discoveied that by application of
ihe -raj to a panning It can lie uu
lermined whether It is the won: of
an old mustur or thai of a modern
A new scheme for solving the traffic
problem along thu Avenue des Chumps
l-.lyst es, Purls, bus been put forward
ict-emly In the hope of miiKing it less
d.Uicult for Ihe 4u,000 vehicles winch
pu.i through thu uveniiu dally to linil
The Urltish authorities ln India now Missouri Woman Dies,
huve the situation ut itae JS.fiell iu Sedalla. Mo. .Mrs. Lena llo-s Mor
hunJ, said u Heuier dispatch tioiii rls. ,'il yenrs old, died al the home of
Loinbuy to London. .,. Ill0,b,.r, An(, itn.ss. It, otter
New legisluuon tor the control of Wile. She is hiinlvcd by two sons, two
ihe liquor traltic Is promised by thu daughters, a In other and sister. ,
i anadiaii PioMiictuI Koeriiiaout in
uu uddie read al Quebec by Lieut, Dies After Tooth Is Extracted.
iov. churles lltzpatrick. .Sedalla, Mo. Mrs. Charles L. Tur-
(j)-eat IJrituiii and the l ulled Slates nor- 'urs old, wife of a I'nrmur,
leioj.ng and Jupun rapidly cnnWuig " 1,10111 exlracted In u ('elitist's
up irom third place, was the picture of 11,111 tlll'(' '"l,f 1111 hour later
the world's naval power iieseiued to lf lll'lll't disease.
ibu Housu Comiiiiiiue on Naval Affairs
by Secretary Daniels. $-40,000 Addition for K. of C. Home.
Tiger" iieurgos Cluiuenceau. former 1 Springfield, Mo. A 910,000 addition
French premier, who is the nuost of
ilie Muhiirujii of Sindhia, has bagged
two full-grown tigers, says u report
li om ijawlur, Central India.
The Austrian government has an
nouiiced to thy entente that It Is ut the
end iff lis i u.wiuce.s ami no longer iu
a position to continue, neon ding to a
report which reached ollicial lieiinan
quarters, bUjs a London Times uio
jmtch trum llerllu,
Election iu till one-third of the seats
In thu Fiu-h Senate weie held In
Paris. Seven iiieiuljeis uf Premier
Leygues' cabinet v.eru aiming the can
didates. Of ihesu, Freder:.' Francois
Aiais.'il, mnilsier of llniince, and Al
bel t Hamuli, inlnisier of colonies, weie
dected on iho lust ballot.
CHECK M ALIEN
KtfULuiioN in senate WOULD
PROHIBIT FOREIGNERS FROM
CASTING A BALLOT.
CALLS PRESENT METHOD BAD
Senator McCullough Asks That Voters
Must Have Full Citizenship
Before Ballot Is Cast In
Elections in State.
Jefferson f.'lt, Mo. A resolution
providing for a constitutional amend -
mc'it to prohibit aliens from voting
after obtaining their first naturaliza
tion papers and before they have ob
tained subsequent papers, was lntio
duced into the first session of the in .v
Senate by Senator .McCullough.
The resolution provides that t tie
present law permitting aliens to vote
alter receiving- their first papers and
prior to thu receipt of their tlual nut-
urallKJitlon, he set aside and that a I
supplementary law be written into the'
constitution making it necessary lor
im-iu ui ue limy accepieu as ettlzi u
before they are given fho right of sat
Thu resolution further provides lor
a number of technical changes In Hie
system of absent voting. Thu chun
hno to do largely with voting by tho--
in anotnei state, .so. cintnges are sag-
gested in the laws governing votin.'
within the state but out of the hi
precinct. The entire, resolution will
lie referred to a committee for dellber-1
Ihe Semite also adopted a resolu-
Hon calling on the Attorney C-enerul
to give an opinion as to whether the
inteiest on the ?i 10,000,000 road bnmN
should bo paid out of the auto llci'iie
revejiiie or by direct taxation. Several
"ll0!"m'fs )ravi' contended that it would
""I'oustilutlonul to ask that pay-
01 1 "s lll,elvst nuilu through
lm; '""""""' uiki thai it will lie ,
"""'J 1,1 ""J 11 -'' ix to meet
Shupp Wants Ban on Ownlna Llauor.
Jefferson City. Mo. Possession of t
Intoxicating liquor Intended lor bev-1
erage purposes will be a violation of
the Missouri law If an amendment ,
being suggested by Dr. W. C. Shupp. i
superintendent of the Missouri Antl
Hon or corporation, his, Its or their
ng''iils or employes, to iiiaiitlt'neture, j
sell or give away intolcatihg liquors I
within, Import the siiine Into or export I
the same from, the Stale of Missouri. ;
for beverage purposes."
Bank Fails to OpeiV; Official Gone.
ulnar. .Mo. The Milford State
Hank of Milford, Mo failed to open
1 Waller M. llalpln, cashier of the
Commercial Slate Until; of Mount
, Washington n si-buib of Kansas City,
' Mo, which was closed recently, is vice
I lesldetit of the Milford bunk, llalpln
Three Mlssourinns Hurt In Fire. "
M-ales. secretary of the woman s work
Moiltgom ry Clly.- Mo. Hanson of il.e disirlcl : the (liven Co tit v linp
Pmith's niilo sales mid stock of unto-, tlsi Mission I'oard. and 'he P.,i,itsi
iiioinies, ami iv. ii, r,iai;es garages
woie destroyed by lire. J. W. (Jill
nnd William Illrchlleld were seriously
Injured by being caught bj u falling
wall. The origin of the lire is un
known. Tho dama.'o is estimated at
(75,000 Bond Issue Proposed,
Fulton, Mo. Tins city council bus
called a meeting of citizens for Janu
ary - to d'seqss ,i propoci! bond Is
sue of $7H,0()U to improve and enlarge
tho thy wnier ami light plant.
""' l", !l1 Kulglils of Columbus home
wl" '"' til111'"'1' February, aciordlng
to pluns udopted by the organization
La Plata, Mo., Pastor Resigns,
I.'i Plata, Mo. Itev. F. L. Hudson,
for more than .seven yours pastor of
the Coinnimilly Presbyterian Church
in Ihls city, has resigned to ueceijt a
call In Alulmmii. He cume to I.u
Plata from Alaliama.
New Synodical College Teacher.
i n. urn, .mo, .vnss i.iimce i razier.
of Kushvllk', has been t'lrelcil teacher (
fir hwtlfifv nt KviwiilW'ii! '..)!.. ., ui. .
ruc,.,i;-mi;s .luhM.; xs:
has returned to her home In Mount
TWO HURI ED 150 FEET
AND KILLED BY TRAIN
Women Autolsts Thrown Over Tele
Graph' Wires Into River.
Seilullu, Mo. .Mrs. Juno Zlminer-si-heid
70 jcnrs old, mill her daughter,
Sylvia linineischeld, ::o, were Instant
ly Killed. 1111(1 Curl Zlmniei-sclield. n
sun, 2.-., was imilml.ly fatally Injured
when an automobile In which they
were riding was struck by Missouri
Pacific east-bound passenger train No.
12, al a grade crossing at Ottervllle
.Mo.. 1," miles east of Sedalla.
The Zlmmernchelils were retiirnliif
i" their home near Ottervllle. The trail
vhl( li hit the muchlne did ::;t stop.
The two women were hurled 150 feel
through the air by the Impact, oer
telegraph poles which paralleled the
tracks anil Into the Lamliie ltlver,
wheio their bodies were recovered
shortly after the accident. Carl 'Am-
nii'i-sclield was found against an abut
metu of the I.ninlno ltlver bridge, ,0
1 f'ot from the crossing,
To Adevrtlse Resources.
Slkeston, Mo. A minimum working
cnpiliil of $20,000 Is Included In the
1 1 ijo plans of reorganization of the
Southeast Missouri Agricultural P.tl
reitil, which hopes to develop the farm
resources of this section to a grunt
' degree during the coming venr.
It Is the opinion of the officials of
the association that the eight counties
or the district have sufficient fortllltv
of soil to support a much larger popii-
intiou limn Is now found In the area.
Special efforls are being made to have
orporafions, hitiil owners, physicians
and other professional men and real
e-iatr men Join the association.
Much work was -done during lilllt
,! n ,K piograiii has been outlined
for the. coming year. Kfforts will be
,ie to secure financial support for
iliow that need It. An extensive ad-
vertlslng program will be carried out.
Beverage InspecJon Law Held Valid.
Jefferson CItv, Mo. Judge J. (i.
Slate of the Cole County Circuit Court
bn- decided in a suit Instituted bv .sev
eral beverage manufacturers of St.
Louis, Hint the law passed bv the last I
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legislature imposing a special tax audi
(" nlillslilng the state beverage Inspec
tion department, Is valid.
Thu law is being attacked on the
uK,01.v ,mt , ,.,.. measure nml
not an act for Inspection within thi
law, ami In support of their cotiten-
tion they showed that the Inspection
. department, iu addition to paving Its
"U'M Wil-V f"- "u-' hi-t two years, has
turned into the state treasury $:5,000.
Re-e'ect Dingle President Fair Board.
-h'ffersou City, Mo. A. C. Dingle of
Moberly was re-elected president of
the State Fair Hoard, while K. C. I!y-
lander of Sedalla was again named
secretary of the body. A hundred years ago Dr. C. W.
T. .1. Iledrlck of liuckner, vlce-presl- Ornnt bought a small, rock-ribbed
dent, and W. II. Powell, treasurer, also Isluud In the Hudson river nearly op
were re-elected, poslie I'eeksklll. There was a genet nl
A committee composed of Iledrlck, ' hiugh ut what people declared to be
W. A Dnllineyer of Jefferson CItv and llls fully, as the Island was so barren
J ' Harwood of , Kirkwood was up-
P''Hed to ninke an Investigation of the
proposed (enlennial celebration In con-
uectlon with the State Fair In 1P21 and
ma le a recommendation for an imnrn
prl.iilon to the legislature.
Headquarters for Baptists Opened.
Sprlnglleld. Mo. Headquarters for
the Sprii'glleld District of the Missouri
Pnptlst Ceneral Association havo been
established here In charge of Itev. L.
The headquarters also will hu the
office for D. II. Howertoii, Held evan-
gelist for the district ; Hev. John F.
Killlan, (ireenu county missionary for
the association; Dr. F.. L. Huckell.
field man for the Southwest IViptlst
(--.lin.'r,, ,i, It.ilt...... . All,... T.
Forms Guard to Prctect Banks.
P.rool.llelil, Mo. Mayor White has
orjMiii.nl a home guard against bunk
robbers, consisting of a dozen lormer
.sold.crs. equipped with ar.uy rillo.s and
revolvers and two blgh-p'-vrered motor
curs. The guard will practice once u
wek. Kleclrle hells are being ln-
smlled, connecting each of the four
banks with the respective places the
members of the guard are located.
Coroner Exonerates Railroad.
Sedalla. Mo.--S. It. Smiley, coronet
of Cooper county, und u Jury held un
Inquest at Ottervllle and rendered a
'verdict that the Mlhsoiirl Paclllc was
not to blame for the accident that oc
ean ed when Mary Jane Zliuinerscheld,
70, mid her daughter, Sophia .Immer
scheld, i!0, were killed by train No.
when they attempted to cross thu rull
road trucks In their uutomobile.
Clifton City Couple to Wed.
Iioonvllle0Mo. Miss Marguerlto Fel
ton, who has been munagur of the
grain elevator owned by her father at
Clifton City, and Thomas M. Devlne,
of the same city, will be married In
P.oonvllle, Februiiry .1, iiiinouncemoiit
being mini'!! at a dinner given In this
city itt the home of the father of the
Sedalian, 77 Years Old, Dies.
Si'ilalla, Mo. Monroe Whltmlru, who '
wns born Iu Ohio 77 years ago, but who
had resided in Pettis county many I
years, died at the home of his son, i
Kdwurd Whltmlru, north of Ceoigu- I
Rev. David Hopkins Killed by Fall.
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1)1, iiu-nilicr uf tho Missouri Ipl'M ii tun-
::;; r sr ,m,i,,m 1SS0, u
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Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are In a "imi down" uonal
lion will notice that Catarrh bother
them much mnrq than when thpyaro In
coou health. This laci proves inai wane
Catarrh Is a local disease, it Is greatly
nuuencea uy consuwuuimi luimiuiuhs,
HALL'S CATAItim AtKDICINK Is a
Tonic and Dlond l'urltter, and acts through
the blood upon the mucous surracoii oi
the body, thus reducing tlm inflammation
and restoring normal conditions.
All druBRlsts. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney St Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Corporal Sweeney hud been detailed
to lake bis squad of iiiglnoers to mop
up after a company of Infantry. Ar
rived nt the cellar of an abandoned
chateau he was Instructed by his lieu
tenant to go Inside, leaving the re
mainder of the squad gathered about
cue door to get the fugitives.
"Yes, sir," answered Sweeney obedi
ently. Then, turning to his men, he
added the caution :
"Hut If more than one man comes
out of the cellar, for the Lord's sake,
don't shoot the llrst one." The Amer
ican Legion Weekly.
tmoortnnt to Mothora
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOItIA, thnt fninous old remedy
Cor Infants und children, and sec that It
Bears the s&t si"'
In Use for Over HO Yenrs.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Archie attends one of the schools
of this city, and Is thinking seriously
of entering high school In February.
He does not approve of woman suf
frage. One day after receiving a lecture
from one of the teachers, lie entered
the room pouting. The teacher asked
him what the trouble was. He replied:
"If the girls are going to vote like
the men, I'm going to pout Just like
the girls do."
"Aru you trying to be a girl?" asked
his teacher. A giggle was heard from
every one present. Indianapolis News.
It's a poor rule that doesn't work
both ways and that Is as true of Hip
0,l,k'11 "'i11-' us any other. Itoston
Garlleld Ten was your Orandmothcr's
Kemedy for every stomach and Intes
tinal 111. This good old-fashioned herb
home remedy for constipation, stonmch
Ills and other derangements of the
8's,(,1i so prevalent these days Is In
evc" renter favor as a family medicine
I. .. .. I .. - i... .i ... ..
t"in ln -v""r KnindmpthcT's day. Adv.
..... . . "ZTTTTZ 7Z
AMBITION SOARED TOO HIGH
Pioneer Crape Grower Unfortunately
Was Not Satisfied With First
Really Excellent Results.
ahl worthless that It did not seem pos-
fo1' nnythlng to grow there. Doc-
,or Grunt, however, had Ideas of his
own, and he began a growth of grapes
"f the then new variety, thu Delaware.
1,1 very short time the Islam) was
known to grape growers nil over the
country, nml Doctor Ornnt was de-
i'1r-',1 to have done more for grape
culture than any other man In Amer-
Tne Kr,'nl business enjoyed by the
physician turned his head and he he-
P'tn'to work toward n scheme that
wollld turn the Island Into n paradise
of growing flowers, especially mag-
nouns ami rhododendrons, nnd he
hoped to give seed or cuttings to every
home In America. The result of his
attempts wns bankruptcy and he left
the Island, which soon went back to
rock and barren soil.
Sllver-spoonlsm Is, lifter all, vul
garity; It Is an assumption of dell
ency superior to the majority. Old
Conduct I look.
Look into it!
If tea or coffee drink
ing' disturbs health or
comfort, switch to
There's a hig ain
toward health, with con
venience, economy, and
w woa ilx
Postum Cereal Company, Inc
1 Feeling Of SeCUHty
I ...,. l. .
- iou iiiiiu'"j " "-v.. j
know that the medicine you arc about U
. . i i,.n(f,tv nun. nml eontninii nm
take is nbsolatciy pitrc ami contains n
harmful or habit producing urugs.
Stich a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Hoot, kidney, liver and bladder icmcdy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of -Swamp-Hoot.
It is scientifically compounded from
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
It Is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and blad
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Hoot. If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On Bale ut all drug stores
In bottles of two sizes, medium and large.
However, if you wish first to try this
Rrrat preparation Fend ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Dinghamton, N. Y., for s
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
Ability Must Be Shown.
We are all makers Jf the future. If
we have no voice In what Is to be,
thnt Is because we have not lived up
to our rights. F.very man ml wotnat
Is blessed with some outstanding nbll
Ity or other. Yet some of us have not
developed what we have. Uocause wo
have not had the same conspicuous
talents as neighbor John we havo sim
ply censed trying to be anything. No
wonder the matter of getting bread
for the kiddles has become ,n trial.
Folks do not know what's In us be
cause we have given them no demon
stration of what to expect. It's our
right to be recognized, but that wlli
never be until we do u few things to
merit a place In the limelight, iiik)
that's not so hnrd If you forget the
spectators and work hard. Orlt.
Vacuum-Cleaning the Cat.
Hold the sweeper near the cat, turn
on the current, and then comb or
brush thu nnlmcl'H fur. The suction
of the machine will take up the looso
Cutlcura Comforts Bcby's Skin
When red, rough and Itching with hot
baths of Cutlcura Soap and touches of
Cutlcura Ointment. Also make use
now and then of that exquisitely scent-
ed dusting powder, Cutlcura Talcum,
one of the Indispensable Cutlcura
Toilet Trio. Adv.
IN THE WAY HE SHOULD GO
Father Determined to Sparo No Palno
In the Proper Upbringing of
In Chhngo they tell of rne great
pride which ihe parents of a certain
Ind lake In him. Father is determined
to make hhn a great business man. a
verituble captain of Industry,
One day tho mother heard loud
screams emanating from an adjoin
ing room and rushed In to Investigate
the cause. Father wns vigorously ad
ministering chastisement to the young
"James! James 1 Why are you.
thrashing Harry?" demanded the wife.
"Because I caught him In a lie, that's
why," said the father, continuing the
thrashing. "A lie? You sny n lie?"
"Yes! I will teach him to lie bettec
than thnt If I have to break every
bone ln his body I"
May Send Trees to America.
The college of ngrlculture and for
estry at the University of Nankin li
Chlnn hns undertaken to export tree
seeds and Is trying to find a market
In America. Many of Ihe trees llstedi
ure Indigenous to America, but
among them are ulso the xanthoxyluta
plpentum or toothache tree and tho
nlllixnlius glnnclulrj.su or trco of heav
en. A strong man without confidence ft
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