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LODGE, Xo, 149, F. and A.M.;
meets first and third Friday eve
nings of each month. Daniel
McDonald, K. M.JTohnson Brown
lee, Sec.
49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri
day evening of each month. L.
McDonald, II. P. J. C. Jilsor,
No 26 K. T.J meets second and
fourth Thursdav of each month.
Ed Corbin E. C: L. Tanner Ree.
26, O. E.S.; meets first and third
Tuesdays of each month. Mrs.
Sallie Parks, W. M. Mrs. V. .
Rankin, Sec.
meets every Thursday evening at
their lodge rooms on Michigan st.
F. II. Alberts, X. G. Jesst IIo
ham, Sec.
meets every Monday night in
Castle Hall. John Linquist, C. C.
Calvin Switzer, K. of R. and S.
meets the second and fourth Fri
day evenings of each month, in
K.' of P. hall. Chas. S. Price,
C. R. C. M. Slater, Sec.
K. O. T. M.
meets every Tuesday evening at
K. O. T. M. hall. Dan. Jacobv,
. Com. Tames Hoffman, Record
L. O. T. M.
meets ever? Monday night at K.
O. T. M. hall on Michigan street.
Mrs. Flora J. Ellis, Commander.
Bessie Wilkinson, Record Keeper.
HIVE XO. 2S; meets every Wed
nesday evening in K. O. T. M.
hall. Mrs. Maggie Fogle, Com.,
Alma E. Lawrence, Recoru
Meets first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in Simon's
hall. Moses M. Lauer, Regent.
Francis McCrory, Sec.
Meets first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in K. of P.
hall. C. M. Kasper, C. C. Joe
Eich, Clerk
Q. A. R.
A. R; meets every firt and third
Monday evenings in Simons hall
Dwight L, Dickerson Com,.
Charlie Wilcox, Adjt.
Meets every second an fourth Fri
day evenings in G. A. R. hall
J. A. Shunk, Captain. Cora B.
Xorth, ist Lieut.
MKTHOIHST. Class meeting every
Sunday morning at i:30 o'clock.
Preaching at IO30 a. m., and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday school at 12 m. Kpworth
League at 630 p. m. 1'rayer meeting
every Tbureda evening at 7:05 p. in.
L. S. Smith, pastor. J. W. Wiltfong,
class leader. 1. Frank Kedd, Sabbath
school superintendent.
Thomas' Church. Hev. Wm. Wirt
Raymond, rector. Sunday services,
10:33 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
at noon. Services Wednesday even
ings at 7:30. Communion on hjly
days at 10 a. m.
CHURCH OF GOD.- Oarro and Water
st8. Regular services 10:30 a. m. each
Sunday. Third Sunday in each month
preaching by .1. L. Wince: fourth
Sunday by II. V. Heed. 1030 Sunday
morning and 7:30 Sunday evening.
Sunday school at 12 o'clock; Eva
Railsback, Supt. Prayer meeting at
7:30 each Thursday evening.
m class meeting. 10.:) a.m.
and 7:00 p. m., preaching by the pastor
11:30 a. m., Sunday School. 5:00p.m.
Junior Y. P.CU. meeting. 0:00 p.m.
Senior V. P. C. V . meeting. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public
held on Sundays as follows: Eirst mass
at 7:30 a. m. second mass at 10:00 a. m
Vespers at 3:00 p. m. Week day m Ml
7:45. Father Moench, pastor.
C. W. METSKEU. Pub. and Prop.
Minor Happenings of the Past
I'olttlral. Religion. Social and Criminal
DoiiiK of the Whole World Carefully
C o iil nea for Oar Kefkriern The Ac
cident lirrnnl.
Auburn. Ind. John Kinnie commit
ted suicide at Fort Wayne by cutting
his throat.
Danville, Ky. At Alston's store.
Casey county. John Alstott shot and
instantly killed his brother Claude.
Ochkosh. Wis. The present city ad
ministration has declared war on slot
machines and they must all go Dec. 23.
Flora. Ind. Burglars entered the
residence of James B. Smockton and
secured about $350 in cash and $"." in
Sioux City. Iowa Mrs. I. F. Squires,
a dressmaker, committed rolclde with
poison. Family troubles caused thS
West Point. X. T. Lieht. Joseph T.
Crabbs. ISth cavalry, was thrown from
his horse and badly hurt internally
and externally.
Warren. Oo. Louis Yura of Warren,
on trial for killing Isaac Hill of Farm
tngton, was found guilty of murder In
the first degree.
Auburn. Ind. The 107 pieces of sil
verware which were stolen last July
from ex-Oov. Matthews, near Clinton,
was found beneath a haystack.
Milwaukee, Wis. - Charles F. Weid
ner. ex-supervisor from the 8th ward,
died suddenly of heart failure. Mr.
Weidner was ."4 years of age.
Janesville. Wis. Peter Jamaica of
the town of Harmony, tu burned seri
ously while playing the part of Santa
Clans at a school entertainment.
Marquette. Mich. D. H. Hall, a
leading Marquette lawyer, who has
been mentioned as a candidate for ths
supreme bench, says such talk is not
Denver. Col. Gov. Adams appointed
Col. Irving Hale of the Est regiment.
Ct rado national guard, brigadier
general to succeed the late Gen. H. J.
Omaha. Neb. The jury in the case
of the city against the bondsmen of
ex-City Treasurer Henry Bolln re
turned a verdict in favor of the city
for $71 .!..
Champaign. Ill The (all has been
issued here for the general annual
meeting of the Illinois Republican
Editorial association at Springfield
Jan. 11.
Oskaloosa. Iowa. Richard DeLong
was shot and killed by James Smith.
They were scuffling for possession of a
revolver and it WU accidentally dis
charged. Sheboygan. Wis. -William Strecker,
16 years old, fell fifty feet in an ele
vator shaft. His injuries consist of
a broken arm. dislocated shoulder and
a broken nose.
Holyoke, Mass.- Miss Amelia Koe
gel, 35 years old, attempted to light a
gasoline stove, when there was an ex
plosion. She and a 2-yar-old child
named Alfred Kendl, were killed.
Brillion, Wis. - In an altercation at a
dance in Rockland between Edward
Coucher and P. Wagner. Gust Proch
now Interf erred, striking Croucher
with a club, splitting open his head.
Pro( know is in jail.
uubiwd, -s. j. cranK iviroy, a
Christian scientist, who refused to call
in a physician when his 2-year-old
daughter was taken sick with diph
theria, was held by the coroner in $."i(MJ
bail to the grand jury.
Montgomery. Minn.- While Timothy
Carroll, a prominent citizen of Ki!
kenny, vat driving home his team ran
into a rut. his wagon was overturned
and his neck was broken, causing in
stant death.
PneblO, Col. The Rev. T. S. Rooks,
aged 40. late of Steolburg. Neb., where
he was pastor of a Methodist Episco
pal church, and Mary Johnson, aged
15 years, were arrested here. It is al
leged that they (doped from Steelburg.
where Mr. Rooks left his his wife and
three children.
Bneqnehannn, Pa. Flora Sweet.
aged 40 years, shot her mother, Mrs.
Elvira Sweet, aged CO, inflicting a
wound from which she died. It w,s
the result of a quarrel. The daughter
was temporarily insane. Mrs. Sweet
and her daughter were at one time
residents of Chicago.
Lima, Ohio John Strawman. a Sene
ca county farmer, threw a cartridge
into the fire. It went off, filling Mrs.
Straw man's breast with shot and caus
ing hef death. Strawman'ü right
hand was blown off by the explosion
of the percussion cap as he was taking
the shell from the fire.
Toronto, Out. Mrs. Janet Carlyle
Manning, sister of Thomas Carlyle. the
author, and the last member of the
family, died at the residence of her
sun-in law in this city, aged s.j years.
Des Moines The thirty-second an
nual session of the Iowa State Horti
cultural society was held here.
Oquawka, lil. The court has sus
tained the will of George M. Foote.
which disinherits the children ami
leaves 5100,000 to a grandson
Munde, Ind.- Brakemnn Fred Eon,
whose home v.as at Pulaski, Va., fell
under an Erie train and was decapitated.
Muscatine, Iowa In a collision at
Fruit land Fireman Ed Towers was se
verely bruised. The damage done will
not be less than $6,000.
Dubuque, Iowa. Charles Miller feli
from the railroad bridge, and, striking
the ice below, was instantly killed.
Bloomington. 111. Joseph Sheibly
was instantly killed at his home in
Bloomington by the accidental dis
charge of a rifle.
Kewanee. 111. Mrs. Margaret Eric
son of Galva, 111., was killed by a pas
senger train.
Flora, Intl. While out hunting
Richard Soules accidentally shot and
killed his brother, Willis Soules.
Pittsburg. Pa. One man was killed,
one fatally injured and a number
slightly hurt by the bursting of a fly
wheel at the South Third street plant
of the Oliver Iron and Steel Com
pany. Xiles. Mich. William Cole, aged 70
years, a wealthy Bedford township far
mer, was crushed to death by a falling
St. Paul. Minn. An elevator in the
wholesale millinery establishment of
Robinson & Strauss fell six stories, in
stantly killing E. J. Munn. a traveling
salesman, and fatally injuiing William
Muskegon. Mich. Hiram Shears and
Frank G. Geddes were arrested,
charged with attempting to wreck a
Muskegon, Grand Rapids & Indiana
train Thanksgiving day.
Lincoln, 111. The 1-year-old child of
Harvey Brockett was burned to death
by its clothes catching fire from the
cooking stove.
Lima, Ohio In a raiiroad collision
Mrs. J. B. Brannan of Backland was
fatally injured.
Fort Wayne, Ind. Fire in the Olds
wagon works did about $4,0o0 damage.
Hamburg, Ark. -Grant Staley was
throw 1. from a horse two miles north
of town and was instantly killed.
Oakland. Cal. Two Southern Pa
cific switch engines came into collision
on the Oakland mole, causing the
deaths of two men and seriously in
juring another.
Glendale. Mont. While coming down
Lion mountain John Blenuerhassett
and Frank Webber, miners, started a
snow-slide, which killed them. Blen
nerhasset had a family at Lowell,
Mass., and Webber a family in Shaver,
Madrid It is announced that Gen
eral Azearraga, the late premier, and
former miinter of war, is to retire
definitely from politics.
Sydney, N. S. W. The Japanese
consul has formally protested to the
premier. G. H. Reed, against the un
friendly character of the proposed leg
islation as to aliens.
Madrid The newspapers here say
the Cuban reformists at the opening
of the eortes will demand the trial of
General Weyler.
Paris The government, it is an
nounced, contemplates the suppression
of the newspapers which are alleged
to be systematically inventing Dreyfus
Ripley. W. Va. John Morgan wa
hanged for murdering three memb;r.
of the Green family. Surrounding the
scaffold in the vast field were about
10,000 men, women and children.
Hamburg. Ark. In Moorhouse par
ish William Wilkins, a young planter,
was struck by his brother, Jasper Wil
kins, the blow causing death in six
Denver. Colo-Harry X. Clark, for
merly cashier of the First national
bank of Bridgeport. O.. who is ac-
used of having embezzled $.-,000 of
the bank's funds, is in custody here.
Salt Lake. Utah James Z. Bacon
was found guilty in the United States
circuit court of making false entries
in his reports to the comptroller of
the currency when president of the
American national bank of this city.
Oakland. Cal. The police are con
vinced that Patrick Murphy of Temes-
al, who was assassinated Wednesday,
was killed by Frederick Uhl, a ma
niac, who also attempted to kill Ed
ward Kearney and Constable Gus
Schoolcraft. Mich. Harry Snyder. .T
Kalamazoo, shot himself, and is ex
pected to die.
Jeffersonville. Ind. Jefferson Davis
was sentenced to the state s prison for
SSSSnlt and battery with intent .0
Marion. Ind.- Isaac Bradford, who
was accused (if embesslement, pleaded
guilty, and w as sentenced to the pt ni
tentiary. Oakland, Cal. Patrick Murphy, a
pioneer resident of Temescal, was
murdered by an unknown assassin.
Cincinnati, Lhio George Sheehan, a
peddler, shot his wife in a cheap lodg
ing house in Pearl street and then shot
Goshen, Ind. An unknown jumped
in front of a Lake Shore fast freight
here. He was thrown forty feet and
died Instantly.
Lima, Ohio-Jeremiah S toiler w 1-
assaulted and robbed of nearly 2,00Q
on the highway west of this city and
left in a dying condition.
Columbia City, Ind.- Jacob Hook, De
Kalb county, indicted am tried he..
Iiefore Judgl Adair 011 a charge of 1;.
propriatlng public funds, was sequit-
St. Louis, Mo. The grand jury baa
returned an indictment charging Daly,
the ex-pttligist. with murder in Lhe
Irst degree. Daly shot and killed Lulu
Marion. Ind. John T. Pugh. of ; p
land, is missing, and it is said that he
is short to the Indiana Zinc Company
something like $2,000. Pugh was man
:'-er of the company's plant at l'p-
Atlantic, Iowa Thomas H. Smith of
Harlan, candidate for senator in the
Cass-Shelby district, was defeated by
M. J. Emmett and will contest.
Kaukauna. Wis. W. H. Brokaw of
the Kaukauna Fiber company has be
gun to receive hemlock pulp-wood for
papermaking to take the place of
Shelbyville. Ind. Wilbur Sanders
has suddenly disappeared from here.
Two forged notes for $20 each have
turned up. Sanders holds a township
Milwaukee. Wis. Insurance Com
missioner Fricke has made a demand
on the plate glass insurance companies
doing business in this state to pay the
state license of $300 a year.
San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. Lars An
derson and her husband have returned
from their honeymoon trip in the
orient. Mrs. Anderson, who is not yet
21 years of age. is said to be the heir
ess of $50.000.000.
Lima. Ohio. About $1.500 worth cf
clothing stolen from Stapleton's store
at Cridersville was found secreted in a
Marien. ind. David Mittank, a farm
er, was found dead in the woods. The
coroner's verdict was death from nat
ural causes.
Des Moines. Iowa The governor has
appointed T. S. Gates of Manchester
state dait commissioner.
South Bend. Ind. - .1. Otis Andreas &
Sons, wholesale grocers, have tail'-':.
The assets will more than pay the
Bloomington. 11!. Shelton Wesley,
deputy clerk of the circuit court, is
dead. He was prominent in Republi
can politics.
Crown Point. Ind. Dr. Allie M. Day
has been appointed, over several men
applicants, to the position of physi
cian and surgeon at the county hospi-
; tal and asylum by the commissioners
of Lake county.
Kenosha. Wis. Mrs. Louisa Spleer
dropped dead while sweeping.
YVankegnn. 111. The county BUper
visors offer a bounty of 4 cents a head
on crows.
Eureka. 111. The city council passed
an ordinance forbidding the sale or
public use of cigarettes.
Berkeley, Cal. Robert Peel, a grand
son of Sir Robert Peel, is a student in
Boone's Academy in Berkeley.
Cheyenne. Wyo. Milton G. Rano,
aged 36, late Cnited States signal ob
server lure, died of consumption.
Virginia. 111. Joseph Pratt, aged 70,
for years the government mail earn r
between Petersburg, 111., and this city,
dropped dead at his home at Newman
vi lie.
Cheyenne. Wyo. Gov. Richardson
had appointed .Judge Jesse Knight, of
the Third judicial district, to the va
cancy in the supreme court caused by
the death of Chief Justice Conaway.
Riverside. Cal. Friends of Law ver
Ira P. Hudson, of Mankato. Kan., sup
posed to be the victim of the myste
rious murder here, say that the bo iy
there was not tha of Hudson.
Albany. N. Y. Gov. Black has issued
requisition papers on the governor of
Missouri for the extradition of Albert
S. Warner, who is under arrest at
Kansas City on the charge of kidnap
ping. Indianapolis, Ind. The state board
of medical registration and examina
tion w ill ask county prosecutors to be
gin prosecuting physicians who have
refused or neglected to take out license
under the new medical law.
San Francisco. Cal. Theodore Dur
rant says: "I will never be hanged. 1
know that help is coming once more,
as it has always come to me before in
my extremity." This statement has
caused a revival of the opinion that he
will commit suicide if possible.
Mason City. low a Ex-State Senator
H. G. Parker died of Blight's disease.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa Adam McGraft,
a colored rag-picker, while intoxicated,
froze to death.
Dubuque. Iowa Nie Ruh, a motor
man, awoke and found that he was
blind. The blindness is attributed to
faeing a strong, cold wind.
LaCrange, Ind. Mrs. Elizabeth Bab
cock, a resident of Ifendon, Mich., cel
ebrated her lOUth birthday.
Cattle, all grades $1.75
Hogs, all grades 3.25 0S.45
Sheep and lambs 4.00 .".',:.
Hogs, all grades l.r.O 3.46
Cattle, common to prime l.To t".t;:
Sheep and lambs 2.50 &S.0Q
Corn. No. 2 2tP8(t : t
Wheat. No. .5 spring ... .82 (a .86
Oats, No. 3 white 22V4C .22
BggS 19 .20
Rye, No. 2 .45' 2
Butter 11 .22
Rye, No. 2 .4S
Oats, No. 2 white J2k
Corn, No. 2 &
Cattle, all grades 2.00 5.3.1
Hogs 3.25 (3.45
Sheep 4.U0 9S.C6
Wheat. No. 2 .97
Oats, No. 2 cash .21
Corn, No. 2 cash ,2o
Wheat, No. 2 cash .... .J" .
Corn, No. 2 mixed .2'.
Oats, No. 2 mixed .22
Rye. No. 2 cash .40
Cloverseed, prime cash.. 3.12' ..
Wheat, No. 2 spring 86 .,s7
Corn, No. 2 .2Cv.
Oats, No. 2 23; tf? J&
Barley. No. 2 .40
Wheat, No. 2 red Jgj
Corn, No. 2 tit
Oats, No. 2 21 Vi
ili! I.
Condensed Report of the Doings
in Senate and House,
Appropriation BUla Itoforo the Hou
Adjournment in Sympathy with Iroi
dent MrKlnlcy- Pelagic Sealing by
Americans I'rohihitcd.
Wednesday, Dee. 15.
The legislative, executive and Judi
cial appropriation bill was discussed in
the house, but only one amendment oi
importance was adopted. It redm-t :
the clerical force at the pension offi.
ninety-five, involving a reduction in
salaries of $115,000.
In the senate the bill providing for
the prohibition of pelagic sealing by
American? was passed. The session
closed with a spirited civil Berries de
hate. Thnrsday. Dec. 1G.
The house passed the bill appropri
ating $175,000 for relief of people who
are in Yukon River country, and also
bill passed by the senate to prohibit
pelagic sealing by American citizens.
The resolution directing the secre
tary of war to send supplies to Ameri
can and other sufferers in Klondike
region passed in the senate. The house
l Solution providing for recess of con
gress from Dec. IS. 1S07. to Jan. 5.
1898, was adopted.
Friday, Dec. 1 7.
Minor amendments to the legislativ ,
executive and Judicial appropriation
1 ill were adopted in the house. Hie
paragraph relating to the ciyil service
goes over until after the holidays. Tlu
house refused to accept the senaf
amendment to the bill for the relief of
the miners in the Upper Yukon, and ;.
was sent to conference.
Reduction of tax upon alcohol B8?1
in the arts was discussed in the sen
ate. It showed wide divergence of
opinion. Ono hundred and thirty
eight private pension bills were pa.-.--ed.
Resolutions on the death ot Wil
liam Steele Holman. 'ate represents
tive from Indiana, occupied the re
mainder of the day.
Legislators Meet to Disease Six Import
ant Subjeets.
In the house Dec. 15 a motion was
passed to reconsider the vote by which
the inheritance tax appropriation blii
failed to pass, and it was made a spe
cial order for next Wednesday. A bill
was introduced to abolish the state
board of equalization and provide tor
the election of a board of tax commis
sioners. A bill to provide for tin as
sessment of grain in elevators was in
troduced. Governor Tanner transmitted to the
senate the appointments which h
made since the regular session ad
journed. The senate went into exec
utive session and confirmed all the ap
pointmeius. In the senate Dec. 1G the house bill
appropriating $t!0.000 to the soldiers
and sailors' home at Qui m y was re
ferred to the committee on appropria
tions, which later ordered it Favorably
reported. The house transacted no
May craaaSlae rupiis.
A statute, passed by the Indiana leg
islature several decades ago. requir -
that incorrigible pupils must i j
paddled or else expelled from school.
The school boards have ordered ob- '
servance of this statute in emergency I
('handler Criticise iae.
Senator Chandler of New Hampshire
bitterly criticises the financial policy
outlined by Secretary Cage. He nre-
dictS the defeat of the Republican par
ty if the plan is carried out.
Rieh Gift for HXiltl University.
W. C. McDonald, the millionaire to- j
bacco manufacturer, whose gifts tu '
klcOill university jM .Montreal aggie
gate nearly three million dollars, has j
given 250,000 more to the Institution.
Government Should Own Ballroada
Oliver Wilson 1'utnam was elected
master of the Illinois State Grange,
Patrons of Husbandry. The committee
on transportation recommended g
eminent ownership of railroads.
lleadtjnarters at Chicago.
The state headquarters of the prohi
bition party of Illinois have been DOt
ed from Bloomington to Chicago. Tin
state campaign aril be begun in Jan
nary. Wages Kedueeil Ten Ter Cent.
The directors of the Amoskeag Man
ufacturing Company, oi Manchester. X.
H.. voted to make a reduction of 10
per cent in the wages of the operativ s,
to take effect Jan. L
Insist mi I iilepenleiii'e.
It is said the Cuban republic h.i
lodged an ultimatum with Secretary
Sherman, declaring thai it will acre
no sort of intervention wis ich do
not contemplate Independence.
FreaMaal Ulaztoaera Bryaa.
President Diaz of Mexico accorded
an audience to Mr. Y. J. Hiyan and
pasty. The newspapers all publish ar
ticles eulogist h of Mi. Bryan.
Waafclaa01 Ueataa Dead.
Washington Hesing, editor and chief
owner of the Illinois Staats-Zeftnag,
died suddenly of heart disease ;li Chi
cago Saturday.
r.le t c.iri Sahara President.
The National ClriNSertlcS Reform I
league elected Cari Schurz president j
by acclamation. '
: Hood's SarsapnriüaCivss Complete
Relief, Also Cures Catarrh.
" I was troubled with rheumatism and
had running sores on my face. One of my
friends advised mc to try Hood's Sarsapa-
! rilla, which I did. After taking six bot-
i ties I was cured. Hood's Saraparilla has
I clso cured me of catarrh." Miss M amie
I Ethier,44GS Moffitt Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Hood's SarsapariHa
1 Is the best the One True ttlood Purifier.
Hood's Pills 'i:i, constipation. 25 cents.
An Old Deutle!.
Under an old bequest, half a guinea
is left for the annual sermon at Ter
rington, in Norfolk. England. Ac
cording to the London Christian World
nobody went to hear it last year, and
the vicar took the sermon home un
preached. The trustees refused there
on to pay him the half guinea. This
year the sermon was duly preached,
but the trustees still held back the
half guinea, professing fear lest, the
vicar himself being a trustee, the pay
ment might be illegal. The vicar sued
for a guinea, both for last year's ser
mon and this, in the King's Lynn
County Court, and the judge ordered
the money to be jaid. He only allowed
half a guinea costs, however, on the
ground that the vicar oucht to have
i preached last year, whether there was
' anv'.indv In hMf tlm crirmr.n nv lint
How's This!
W offer One Hundred Dollar; reward forany
eae of Catarrh that cannot In- cured lv Hail's
Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY &('.. Toledo, o.
We, the undersigned, have known P. Jr
Cheney for the !:(.t is renn and believe aha
perfectly honorable in all business transact ions
SBd financially able to carry out any Obhga
tins made by their Bna.
West a Truss. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo
Ot; Wakling, Kinnaa & llarria, Wholesale
Drujrv'ists. Toledo. Ohio.
Bali's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, act
iiiL' directly upon th blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonials sent free, l'rice
T.V pcr bottle. Soid bv all druggists.
Hall s Family Pills arc the best.
And She Jnmpod at the ChaSCO.
Miss Youngly So you've only kr..nvn
I him a month? Don't you think youYt
j taking a great many chances in marry
( lag him?
I Miss Oldwaite (candidly) Dear me,
no. It's the only chance I've hr.d in
. ten years.
Do You Daawe To-M?h: ?
Shake into your Shoes Allen's Foot-
rase. a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Ones
Corns. Bunions. Chilblains and Sweat
ing Feet. At all Druggists and Shoo
Stores. 2."e. Sample sent VRE.:. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, X. Y.
A Shoekinc Aflair.
Judge "What's the prisoner charg
ed with?" Officer "Electricity, your
honor." Judge "How's that?" Offi
cer "He stole a battery.
Lane's Family MeUielne.
Moves the bowels each day. In order
to be healthy this is necessary. Acts
gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures
sick headache. Price 25 and 50c
Love and war go hand in hand. Even
the din of battle has a sort of engage
ment ring. . ,
Educate Your IioweN With Co:irets.
Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever.
10c. Be. If C C C fail, druggists retu:;l money.
Humble wedlock is far better than
p r on d virginity. Augustine.
Star Tnhacco is the leading brand of
the world, bacsaae it is the best.
Married in haste we repent at leis
ure. Congreve.
What do the
Don't giv them tea or coffee.
Have you tried the new food drink
called OHA I N-O? It is debeioos
nnd nourishing and takes the pia
of coffee.
Tho more Grain-0 you g;v tho
children the more health you distri
bute through their systems.
Graiti-O is made of pure grain-, and
when properly prepared tasl - like
the choice grade-; of coffee but C-tS
about i a niucli. All grocers r it
! & it. 13c. and 25C
Try Grain0!
Insist that ronrerocer gives you Git AI N-
Acccjd no luiita'.iyii.
It Cures Colds. Coiqhs. Sore Throat. C "up In
fluenza. Whooping Couqh. Bronchitis and Ästhma
A certain cure tor Consumption in first staqes
and a sure relief in advanced staces. I'seatonce
You vill see the excellent eflect'atter tak nqthe
lust ifosp. Sold by dealers ever; wiiere. Lrge
bottles 2a cents and 50 cents.
KAm I ''. Several earn n.n,ni rly. r. u. ua.Hi rV.
If ttli t.-a wlt'i I
miv aos. Um;
Thompson's Eye Water
is ik . i a i a . i ii ai i.
3 uyrtta nntitt All iL rAHS, 3
: CouKb Syrui
In tlm 8i i
. Tauten iiHo
1 by diuen-!.
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