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4 ?*'.-•• -_:Jw..' 5V-^0 .••'• 'V-£ i: From Our Correspondents tj^Grand River. Julias Guffy, dentist, will be in Grand River every fourth week, next date be ing April 13th to 16th inclusive. Verri Chapman purchased line jack of C. T. Rains, of near Davis City. Warfcen and Earl Day are running,the Greenland barn, Carrick Bradshaw having taken a job on the section. C. T. Rains visited his old friend, R. W. Boeger, while here on business. Mrs. W. B. Gilreath had a fine family dinner last Sunday, most of her children were present with their families. Hal Hedrick and Warren Day at tended a private hop at T. C. Heggs last Saturday night. Cream separators are all the rage now and you can see two of tho best makes at Boeger's store. They are a-money maker for the farmer as butter fat is worth 20 cents most .of the time. Rev. C. C. Wilkins and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy at their home last week. Dr. Landis reports all doing well. N. B. Eaves and wife are on the farm "the last month as Mrs, Oscar Shields has been sick and is not any better at this time. Pat Griffin and son made a visit at his old home in Woodland last week. J. A. Mcintosh was here last week in the interest of the American Book Co., getting our school board and others to adopt new books, which are all up to date and approved by our best educa tors. Jake Switzer moved his bank last week south of the post office where they will be found ready for your busi ness. He rented his store building to Beatty Clothing Co. and will build a new brick bank at once. T. P. Edwards is able to use his arm again and is very fortunate to get good use of it again as it was broke in two places in the forearm. Rev. J. E. Beard delivered a very interesting sermon last Sunday at the Baptist church. Mrs. Sam Palmer is not any better yet. Her sister is visiting her this week. Our section foreman, W. B. Snyder, has taken on three men and should have three more. The railroad company has one man to do the work of three if possible. David Shaw has rented W. B. Howard's property and our poultry man, Mr. Hinds, will occupy the one vacated by Mr. Shaw. Wm. Green has his new barn com pleted and has moved a house on his farm east of town for his son and is building a fine new house for himself. Bill is a trader but he seems to want to keep this farm. Covington & Armstrong have put in a fine new light plant whioh lights their big store with the best modern light to be had. C. A. McCarty is doing some fine papering for Joseph Brown east of town. "Joe ttrlnKs he "Wilt~ltke""farming- -better than running an engine on the road at $125 par month: he will get more work and more sleep on the farm no doubt, but railroad men as a rule do not like it on the farm for it is so lonesome. Miss Linnie Burkart is teaching the Foland school this spring and Miss Rosa will teach at the Diamond as* soon as her school is out here in town which will be in two weeks. The Burkarts are very faithful teacher# and workers. Mrs. Wise gave a temperance lecture, here last Sunday in behalf of the W. C. T. U. by whom she was called here. She was a very forcible speaker and made a good impression on all who heard her, some saying it was the best temperance lecture they ever heard. We hope the ladies of the ,W. C. T. U. will keep up the -good work, usually those who should hear such lectures stay away. Lucia B. Griffin will give an entertain ment in Switzer's hall in about two weeks. The Ladies' Aid Society is plan ning to give us a treat as Miss Griffin is a fine entertainer. Switzerland has put out several books on the evils of intemperance, free to her people, in the last year, while our be loved United States has for years been in partnership with the hellions who make and sell strong drink. Here they give the government $1.10 a gallon on whiskey and about that amount on beer and other ruinous drinks while others pay 25 a year license to sell it, gener ally some worthless cusS who thereby acknowledges that he is too lazy or has -no ability to earn a living ,by some hon orable business. This is the way our government dbes it. Remember we are the government and can change this. Our town election went off quietly and J. J. Davidson was elected mayor again. He promised not to license a pool hall, hop ale joint or anything of the kind, so we hope things will be better than in the past. Now if the Hepburn bill was in force so we could stop the sale aud shipping in of liquor, We would have a better condition at once, but our glorious courts decided it would interfere with inter-sjbate com merce to stop shipping jugs into Iowa. Two-thirds of all crime is caused by in temperance seventy-five per cent of all paupers are drunkards eighty per cent of suicides are from the same cause forty-five per cent of lunatics come from the excessive use of strong drink. Every voter knows tha£ it is a great curse and that he can Help drive it from the land, but ninety per cent of the voters have not sense enough to vote the right way. This means most of you who will read this. Myrta Edwards has "begun her spring term of school. She always gives the best of satisfaction. ., Joe Young and wife had a house full of visitors last Sunday and all reported a fine time. Madison Chick is some better but is still confined to the house. Elsworth Brammer has moved in the J. H. Crees property and is a citizen of our town again. John H. Edwards has started a barber shop and restaurant in the store build ing recently vacated by Becks. M' .— ii'l "Little Colds." Thousands of lives sacrificed every year. Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup cures little colds, cures big colds too, down to the very verge of consumption. 1 If you want soine bred Poland-China sows, I have four or. five good ones for -aale. R.A.SIGLBR. buttle ttlvcc|f||fll On account of bad weather Rev. Smith failed to fill his regular ap pointment at Palestine Sunday. Bessie and Iva Pritchard spent Sun day at S. Millsaps'. Don Akes and family are contemplat ing moving to Leroy. S. Whisler and Elmer Gibbons called on Thos. Davenport Sunday. Messrs. Clyde Pryor, Charlie Bullard and Fred Eppcrly were Leon callers Sunday evening. Art Cian DAS been suffering the past week with measles. Pearl Pryor commenced a term of school at Union Ridge Monday. Mrs. Whisler called on Mrs Gibbons Sunday. Mrs. Blanch Beck and little son visited her parents, John Cochran and wife, last week. Bill Akes' saw mill is buzzing on Little River. Fred Marvin, of Leon, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of his brother, Jim. George Pryor and Jim Gibbons called on Mr. Adams at Hickory Grove Sunday. School commenced in district No. 5 Monday with Agues Shell as teacher. Helen and Maggie Whisler visited Iva and Bessie Pritchard Monday. We are sorry to say that Mr. Daven port is worse at this writing. Mrs. Pritchard returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit at Milton. The school teacher, Agnes Shell, is boarding at the Pritchard home. Chronic Bronchitis cured. "For ten years I had chronic bronchi tis so bad that at times I could not speak above a whisper," writes Mr. Joseph Coffman, of Montmorenci, Ind., "I tried all remedies available, but with to success. Fortunately my employer suggested that 1 try Foley's Honey and Tar. It's effect was miraculous, and I am now cured of the disease. On my recommendation -umny people have used Foley's Honey and Tar, and always with satisfaction." L. P. Van Werden. Decatur.. Mrs. Eliza Shepard died at her home in the east part of town Tuesday morn ing. We extend to the bereaved our sincere sympathy. Marion Osborn, of Leon, had business here Thursday. Mayme Euritt is visiting with friends here. Chas. Akes, of Leon, was in the city the last of the week. Mrs. Qall is quite'sick at this writing. J. M. Eiker was a Leon visitor Sat urday. James Rauch was in town the first of the week. Maggie Cochran spent Sunday at Garrett Benton's. Mrs. Claude Lorey and baby went to Garden Grove Wednesday for a few days -visit. Hugh' Crofford returned to his home in Humeston Monday after a pleasant visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. C. R. Meeker. Jessie Hanner commenced school at Jack Oak Monday. Ona Riley returned Monday from a viBit with her aunt Mrs. A. Hammond Clarence Townsend and wife spent Sunday at Sharp Chamberlin s. S. Gravs was in town Monday. Zetta Springer commenced her school near Van Wert Monday. Best Cough Medicine for Children. When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit confidence. You want one that not only relieves but cures. You want one that is unquestion ably harmless. You want one that is pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions. There is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood. It is also a certain preventive and cure for croup, and there is no danger whatever from whooping cough when it is given. It has been used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success. For sale by L. P. Van Werden. Garden Grove. Harry Craigo went to Corydon Friday being called there by the serious illness of his grandfather. Mr. Biddison was here last week ar ranging the new implement store he aud Mr. Bowsher, of Leon, have started and returned Saturday. David Smith, Of Joplin, Mo., came last week to visit his brother, J. R. Smith and to look after business interests. S. H. Amos had business at tho county seat Friday. W. A. Williams moved Tuesday into the house he recently bought of S. Sheline. Curtis Rnapp moved last week into the F. Enapp residence recently va cated by John Clark. Butler Sullivan, of Humeston, came Saturday to visit his uncle, C. S. Stearns. George Arnold, of Ottumwa, shipped seven loads of cattlo to Chicago last week. W. C. Still shipped three cars of hogs to Ottumwa last week. Word was received here Saturday that Mr. Craigo died at Allerton that morning. He was one of the old settlers here. Interment 'was in the Garden Grove cemetery Monday afternoon. Dr. E. W. Doolit'tle went to Leon Mon day on business. David Smith went to Chillicothe, Mo., Monday to look after business interests. Ira Miller went to Redding Monday to buy horses. John Brown went to Leon Monday to visit relatives. C. K. Dailey went to Leon Monday to visit relatives. Wm. Knotts and wife returned from Chariton Monday, where they have been visiting Mrs. Knotts relatives. Accidents come with distressing fre quency on the farm. Cuts, bruises, stings, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil relieves the pain Instantly. Never safe without it. ir lam now ready to grind corn, corn meal and chop feed, either for cash or toll at my poultry house on east side of square. .v 14-tf. J.XI. MOTOR. Center. Mrs. Frank Long and son Clare are feeling the effect of the measles. Lucy Garber had a severe attack of measles. Frank Gittinger and wife called on Frank Garber last Sunday. Mr. Coonts has anew wagon box made to haul shelled corn in. Hal Gates traded brood sows for hay. Dick Baker was a business caller at Pine Grove Monday. The frieze of Parthenium at St. Louis will be an object of interest to those in terested in the fine arts. If we remem ber correctly, in a recent number of THR REPORTER you listed this Roman build ing among the wonders to be seen there. The Phidise age of sculpture will be represented by this scene of Panthenaic festivity. It must be remembered that the Romans inclined more to great architectural works than to pure sculp" ture, and Roman sculptury is essen tially decorative, a poaitive proof in work itself that Phedias considered the position of tho spectator. The frieze being surmounted by the entablature and this supported by columns made it difficult to get light directly from the side it therefore recieved only diffused light from the side and below between the columns and especially the light re flected upward from the white pavement of the colonnade. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured. "I have been subject to sciatic rheu matism for years," says E. H. Waldron, Wilton unction, Iowa. "My joints were stiff and gave me much pain and discom fort. My joints would crack when I straightened up. 1 used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured. Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months. It is certainly a most wonderful lini m'out." For sale by L. P. Van Werden Woodland. Jim Newlin returned from Joplin, Mo., last Wednesday where he has been on mining business. Miss McKinney, of near Mercer, Mo., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Cartwright, the past week returned home Saturday. Ed Dyer an old citizen of this vicinity who has been west a number of years, is back visiting friends and relatives. W. A. Tedder who recently returned from Oklahoma, is going to work with J. W. Hartman at the carpenter trade this summer. We are glad to see Bill return to this vicinity. D.JB. Newlin, C. A. Carlson and Tom Lane attended the horse sale in Liue ville Saturday. J. E. Lentz and Henry Coontz were transacting business in Leon last Thurs day and on account of the roads did not return home until Friday. C. C. Dye has got the contract for the east half of Jefferson township, Wayne county, to do the road work this year. The trustees were very fortunate in securing Mr. Dye's services as he is an experienced and practical road worker. Ella Conrey, of Leon, began a spring term of school at Gnatt Ridge Monday morning. Charley Cain has returned from his extended travels in Colorado, Kansas and the far west and again taken up his abode in Woodland township from whose border no traveler ere returns. Rev. John Ball filled his regular ap pointment at the M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. Hattie Adair returned from Marys ville, Mo., last Saturday where she has been staying with her uncle for the past month. Mrs. N. S. Beavers returned from Humeston Tuesday, where she has been visiting her parents the past week. Mrs. Wip. Smith made a sale Monday and sold all her property and will make her home for the present with her .daughter, Mrs. J. E. Lentz. Capt. Jenks, of Leon, was down last week doing some work on Hutchinson & Brown's saw mill and returned home Friday. Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can emphasis his statement, "It is a positive cure for catarrh if used as directed.'—Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres. Church Helena, Mont. After USino Ely's Cream Balm six weeks I believe myself cured of catarrh. —Joseph Stewart, Grand Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing. Sold by druggist at 50 cts. or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren St., New York. Westerville Your correspondent went to Osceola on business last Tuesday, returning Wednesday. James Cornett returned home from Jackson county last Wednesday. Mrs. Leander McConnell visited with her grandmother, Mrs. Ladd, one day last week. Mrs. Ladd etaytd over night with Malissa Brammer one night last week. Several of the farmers started to sow oats last week but were stopped by the heavy rain and snow storm Friday. Mrs. Eliza Vanderpool and Ruth Ward, took dinner Sunday with A. S. Ladd and wife. Our school commenced on tho 4th of the month with Rolla Shumaker as teacher. Mable Cord is working for Mrs. James Cole. Grandma Cole, who has been sick for along time, is no better at this writing. Mrs. James Cole is still confined to the house with rheumatism. John Landis and wife visited at John Vanderpool's a week ago Sunday. James Stogdel and wife, of Adair county, Mo., are here visiting their daughter, Mrs. Newt McConnell. Grandma Spillman, who has been con fined to her bed most of the time for several months, is worse at this writing. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as'they cannot reach the dis eased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness 1B caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tribe is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deaf jiess is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to ite normal condi tion, hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition Of the mucous surfaces. .: We will give one hundred dollars for any case at deafness (caused by catarrh)- that cannot be cured by HaU's CatarrhCure. Send for circulars free. .J F. CHENBY THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY APRIL I*. 1004. Ml A ii* & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75p. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. •r sftle, See C. E. Gardner. 'C Burrell '. .ijoe Mullen and wife, S. Mcdahuey and wife ate dinner at A. B. Finch's Sun day. Otto Quick and wife were in our burg Sunday. The township board met in regular session in our burg Monday. Tara Baker hauled corn from John Norman's Monday for John Sellers. Dr. Eiker was in our vicinity Sunday and Monday, waiting on^Walter Sellers, who is very sick. Dr. Crofford. of Lamoni, was in this vicinity Thursday. John Sellers was a Lamoni caller Thursday. Thomas Quick and wife called on A. E. Finch Thursday. Jim Lamb and Jay Sellers called on A E. Finch Friday. Joe Mullen went to Woodland and Returned Friday. Miss Barrett returned Friday from Woodland. Mrs. Vira McGahuey visited, Mrs Forkner one day this week. Thomas Williams and wife visited their son east of Decatur Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Estella Shailner and Mrs. Forkner were Decatur callers Wednesday. T. M. Quick and wife went to Leon Saturday to visit Mrs. Quick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gray. Mrs. D. McDowell and son Lincoln were Decatur callers Thursday. Mrs. Abbie Smith visited Mrs. Odell one day this week. Rolla Sellers and wife are staying at his parents, helping care for"his brother Walter who is very sick. Nellie Miller returned home from H. 1ft Rauch's where she has been working. Fred Cash and wife visited at Mr. Sellers Saturday. H. T. Rauch was in our city Saturday. To Mothers In This Town. !r Children who are delicate, feverish and cross will get immediate relief from Mother Gray's Sweet Pow ders for Children. Tbtfy cleanse the stomach, act on' the liver, making a sickly child strong and healthy. A certain cure for worms. Sold by all druggists, 25c. 8ample Free. Address, Allen S. Olmstead, Leroy, N. Y. 34-4fc Pleasanton. Tommy Loving, the accommodating carrier on Route No. 1, failed to make the rounds Friday on account of Little River being impassable. He went as far as Bert Davis' and then came hack. John Keowp, of St. Joe, Mo., is here to help take care of his aged father, who has been quite sick but is some better. Horace Brown, who has been quite feeble for several months is gaining slowly, it is reported. The Methodists will hold their quar terly conference for this place next Sunday and Monday. Rev. Thompson, itfe.e elder, will convene the meeting, Monday morning at 10 o'clock. He will preach Sunday evening. John Leeper and and wife departed Monday evening for their home in Keo kuk after visiting quite a while with their nephews, Joe and Robert Leeper. The snow Friday morning was quite a surprise, especially after an 18 hour rain. The local camp of R. N. A. gave a carpet rag social at the M. W. A. Hall Monday night which was well attended and a good time was had. Our city "fathers" have ordered six walks put down in several places in "town not before they were needed how ever. Mrs. Bernice Woods, of Laclede, came Saturday noon to see her sister, Mrs. J. JST. Painter, who has been quite sick. Our school is preparing for a big time j$t the close of school the 22nd. Ril Burr Oak Ridge. Dr. Clarksome, of Lineville, visited at Mr. Bangs Friday of last week. Elmer Rumley and -family viBited at Grandma Webster's Sunday. Wm. Hazlet and family were Sunday visitors at J. W, Walton's Clay Bros, finished boring' a well for James Hazlet Monday. Frank Chas tain and wife attended Church in Leon Sunday. Perry Chastain returned home after a ten day's visit in this vicinity. |*p5PiPifiW^iSiPiPiiP^ iAiiAi iAt JSP*® This week we call your attention to our Flour. We do not claim to have the only good flour in Leon but do insist that our flour cannot be surpassed. It has been tried and test ed and found to be of the highest quality. Hazel, per sack $1.45 Best northern wheat flour made. Gold Leaf, per sack $1.40 High patent, hard wheat Jersey Cream, per sack $1.25 Fancy patent, hard wheat. We pay Highest Market Price for Produce, Butter, Eggs in cash or trade. FULTON & MANNING Woodie Thompson, of Leon, is working for R. B. Drake. W. V. Inman and family are domiciled in their new home. I Abe McVey, of Saline, Mo., called on Mr. Linden Wednesday evening. H. A. Cowles and wife, of Pleasanton, spent Sunday at the home of J. W. Robinson. Mr. Alldredge, of near Leon, has. moved on the old Hall farm formerly occupied by D. M. McCutchan. I. W. Sinderson and W. M. Kelley, of Cainsville, Mon had business in thes6 parts last Monday. Mrs, Iiindea and-son, Mar, were shop-! ing in Pleasa^toi^^ednesday. Albert Wheeler is working at the Davis Ebersall saw mill. Rural mail easier Tommy Loving failed to get ovct his route Saturday owing to the high water. R. B. Drake had business in Pleasan ton last Monday. Maude Stover and Celesta Linden called on Mr. and Mrs. M. Pace Sunday evening. A. E. Poole was a Pleasanton caller Saturday. Rev. Deyoe failed to fill his appoint ment Sunday owing to the inclemency of the weather. Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease? Khake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures Corns, UunionR, Painful, Smarting, Hot, Swollen feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. 34-4t Davis City Andrew Scott, a former resident of Davis City died at the home of his daughter at Rock Island, and was brought here Sunday for burial. The funeral was held at the M. E. church Monday afternoon, interment in Davis City cemetery, beside the bodies of his two sons and wife. He came to this county sometime in the early 40's. Daniels & Underwood bought the res taurant of Teale & Schiefelbusch last Monday. Charles Henderson bought a barber shop in Leon and moved his household goods there last week. Atty. Frank Hortou was a county seat visitor Monday. Geo. Shoemaker left Monday for Kan sas, in search of a location. Mrs. Wm. Hamilton has started a mill inery, establishment where Mrs. Coberly formerly had one. Mrs. W. H. Shoemaker and children left last week for Delphos, Kansas, to join her husband, where they intend to make their future home. Mr. Elliot fatherjof our new merchant, is assisting in the store at present. Mrs. Emma Horton is moving her household goods into Mrs. Adams' prop erty on 2d street. Mr. Simpson, a photographer of Beth any, Mo., has leased Mrs. Adams' gallery aud will soon be prepared to place all Davis Cityites on pasteboard. Mark Adams and wife of near Lamoni, Sundayed with his mother. H. Ewing was in Lamoni on business Tuesday. Pearl Norman entertained the "Pris cilla Club" Easter Sunday. The boys are bringing in some nice flsh lately. Fanny Jackson is teaching the spring term of school in the Osborn district. A Thoughtful Man, M. M. Austen of Winchester, Ind., knew what to do in the hour of need. His wife bad such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble, physicians could not help her. He thought of and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured. Only 25c, at L. P. Van Werden Druggist. Greatly Reduced Rates to the West •.?'^and Northwest, i? .W' Every day in March and April the Great Western Railway will sell tickets at very low rates to points in Montana Washington, Utah, Idaho and California Write to J. P. Elmer, G. P. A., Chicago 111., for full particulars. April 25. The Leon Produce Co., east side square will carry at all times, meal and feed of all kinds. Also poultry and eggs. J. P. MARTIN. Headquarters Thatcher Poultry Remedy. mmmm* ill, ili. i-Ai ilnli. ii* ill ill iit wx v.- Salem Nebraska Letter. Cozad, Neb., March 7,1904. It is very dry here, have had very1 little snow and no rain since last August, but when I read of the hard times in Oklahoma and water as hard as the times, I am satisfied I am in,: Nebraska. Success to all you Decatur county people wherever the RKPORTER finds you. .VI I A. EDITOR REPORTER:—Seeing a number of letters in the RKPORTKR from former Leon people, from different parts of the United States. I will write a littl* from Dawson county, Nebraska. We* came here from Hall county, Nebraska,.. last year as we wanted more range for cattle, but found so much of the hill land plowed and people trying to raises grain. I never saw crops grow so fast nor look better until July 13th (a day we'll never forget) for such a hail storm W~,", mam .:r4? ':0'\ I never saw and hope I'll never see I another. Our corn which looked as if ifc would make CO bushels per acre was i» a very few minutes just stubs a few inches high. We have had a very mild winter, while* you were having so much sleet and cold weather in February, men here Was glad to see a letter from "Aunt- V"-' Jane Miller" and like her, the first thing when the RBPORTRR comes is to -:W, Let me figure with you for. any thing you need this.% spring in heavy or light, harness, hand-made or-: machine made. I carry ai£$3 complete line in everything^? in harness goods and har-f^ ness sundries. Best Leather Best Workmanship Special attention given to-cy. repair work. Get my j^ prices before buying your harness this spring. '"p ADOf AUSMAN.' Ssfe 3 8 41 .V 4 i: 1 i-rj shirt sleeves, but' we've natt three or four days wind! 1 storms since. If it came in contact- '-CjPfr with the wind from Oklahoma that fellow wrote of to the REPORTER instead. .. "'"'"'"7* of reaching Iowa I think Cuba got some. Nebraska sand and Oklahoma dirt mixed J., up, yet there are so many times whent there is not wind enough to run the wind mills. Our cattle have had to go» without water for four days, then such music as we had. I don't want any more ranching if its like what we liaVe had. I would'nt take a ranch as a gift up in them hills and have to live on it,. and herd for twenty years as some of them have, no sir, I'd take a 40 on some white oak ridge back in old Iowa first* Herding is a lazy man's job, I tried- it, I don't want any more of it, jack-rabbits. and coyotes may bo companionable enough for some but not for me. N -v'iv&vr. SSf have missed fewer any newspaper we* look it over, we copies of it than take. Well I will "ring off" as I don'fe want to make you as nervous to read this as it makes me to hear the wind: blowing a regular gale. MARY A NEWMAN. Good '•&&>.i 1 *4- PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM OIMUM and bcautifiej (h* bate FromotM luxuriant growth. Haver .Tsila to Boitor® Gray Bill to its Yontbful Color. Core. M*lp dlMuaa fchitr falling.