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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903.
D. L. DLUI3, Editor and Publisher.
PEIUtYSBURG, : I OniO.
i WEEK'S RECORD
All tho News of tho Vast Seven
HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS
Nowb of tho Industrial Field, Personal
and Political Items, Happenings
at Homo and Abroad.
TUB NEWS FROM ALL THE "WORLD
A. bill wns Introduced In tho pennto on
tho 4th by Senator Hanna to crnnt pen
sions nnd bounties to nil cx-slaves who
were freed by the proclamation of President
lilncoln. The ccneral army stnft bill and
the bill providing torn new department of
ngrlculture building were passed. ...in tho
house the (general debate on the post ofllce
appropriation bill vns enlivened by an In
teresting discussion of the- tariff question
Tlio time In tho senate on the 5th
was taken up In a debate, on pobeamy,
FrnrolnR out of discussion of the state
hood measure, the Influence of the Mormon
church over politics occupjlng a large
share of the discussion.. ..In the house the
senate bill to expedite anti-trust prosecu
tions was passed, as wns tho post of
fice appropriation bill. The conference re
port on the diplomatic and consular appro
priation bill was adopted nnd the army
General staff bill was sent to conference.
The time In tho somite on tho Cth was
larg-cly devoted to tho discussion of th
Isthmian canal, Senator Morgan predicting
that If tho United States continued Its pol
icy with reference to the construction of an
Isthmian canal war with Colombia was In
evitable. In the house debate on the anti
trust bill closed. Tho naval appropriation
bill was reported. It carries a total of $70,
JtS,4:o and provides for large Increase In
officers' and men.
Most of the tilmeln the senate on tho 7th
was devoted to the statehood bill. The com
mittee on appropriations reported the Dis
trict of Columbia appropriation bill, which
carries $9,S3G,00O In the houso tho anti
trust bill wns passed by a unanimous vote,
245 toO. Memorial sen Ices were held on tho
DO sin STIC.
Forty Bay City (Mich.) fishermen
are believed to hac drowned in Sag
inaw bay. A storm broke up the ice
on which their shanties stood.
Indicted coal men in Chicago are to
escape prosecution under the anti
trust, law, but must stand trial for con
spiracy. Sixty-two marines on board the
United States leceiving ship Franklin
died of black diphtheria.
A cj clone at Wilmington, Del., un
roofed 50 houses and injured tvio men,
Orders hae been recehed from
Washington that -work on nil 'vessels
now in the Mare Island nay jard be
completed with the greatest possible
Cole Younger has been pardoned by
Minnesota authorities and will be al
lowed to return to his old home in Mis
souri. The American ship Florence, from
Tacoma to Honolulu, is believed to
3une sunk with all on board.
Five Milwaukee firemen, including
Chief Folej , died from inhaling nitric
acid fumes at a fire.
Hepresentathes of the allies are
striving to settle the Venezuelan affnir
at Washington, wishing to noid sub
mission to The Hague court.
The Diamond Match company, with
$15,000,000 capital, probablj will move
lieadqunrters from Illinois because of
restrictions on corporations.
Maj. Gen. Arthur MacArthur has been
assigned to the department of Cali
fornia and Maj. Gen. John, C.Bates will
succeed him nt Chicago.
Col. G. R. Stormont has been appoint
ed commandant of the Indiana soldiers'
home at Lnfnjette.
The anthracite coal strike commis
sion in Philadelphia completed the
hearing of evidence and adjourned till
the 9th, when arguments will begin.
"William Paull, of London, barjtone
of the Castle Square opera company,
fell from a sixth-story window of a St.
Xouis hotel and was Killed.
7. Edwnrd Addicks has withdrawn
from the candidacy for the United
States senatorship from Delaware
after an eight-j ear struggle.
Soft coal miners of Indinna, Ohio,
Illinois nnd w estern Pennsj lvnnia have
been offered 12 per cent, wage increase
T)y operators at the Indianapolis wage
An incendiary fire destroyed the
Western Military academy at Upper
Alton, 111., causing a loss of $50,000.
President and Mrs. Roosevelt gave
their annual reception in honor of
The allies are now said to plan to
ask President Roosevelt to arbitrate
the question of preferential treat
ment regarding Vene.uelnn claims,
and, should he decline, to take the
matter to The Hague tribunal.
At the coal investigation nt Topcka
it developed that the nvernge Kansas
miner earns only $350 a year.
Tho Montana M'.nate defeated n
woman suffrage bill.
President Roosevelt hns been in
formed Hint tho Alaskan boundary
treaty will probably be rejected by
Five men were killed in a rnllway
collision between two Rook Island
freight trains nenr Tecolate, N. M.
The exchanges at the lending clear
ing houses in the United States dur
ing the seven days ended on the 0th
aggregated $2,381,200,057. The in
crease compared with the correspond
ing week of lastjenr was 7,4,
Wireless telegraph messages were
sent from an automobile in a New York
street to a broker's ofllce in the Wal
John Stnrk.n saloonkeeper, killed his
wife and himself nt Roscdalc, Ind.
Domestic trouble wns tho cause.
There weie 204 btibincs failures in
the United States during the week
ended on the Oth, against 243 the snme
week in 1002.
The Delnwnre scnatorlnli deadlock
over J. Kdwnrd Addicks' enndidncy is
without, pnrnllcl, only one United
Stntes. senntor lining been, elected
Weekly trndc reviews report car nnd
fuel famine felt by ninny industries.
Activity in building trades isinoted.
President Roosevelt has again de
clined to nrbltrnte the Venezuelan dis
pute as requested by the allies, and
the case will go to The Hague court.
Steve Clark (white) and Will Gntling
(colortd) were hnnged nt Poplnr Bluff,
Mo., Clark for the murder of his be
trothed, while Gatlin hnd killed a ne
gro. San Francisco ofllcinb? arc urged by
commercial bodies of that city to co
operate with United Stntes officials in
stamping out the bubonic plnguc.
While n gang of laborers wns raring
on old tannery building nt Buffalo, N.
Y., the building collapsed and three
Secretary Root hns accepted the res
ignation of Naval Constructor Richard
Miles Johnson (coloied) wns hnnged
nt Augtibta, Gn., for nssaulting n white
Sccit'tnry of War Root in an address
at the New York Union League club dc
clnred failure hns resulted from be
stowing citizenship nnd equal rights
The miners nnd operators' scale com
mittee made no pi ogress toward settle
ment at the Indianapolis conference.
Valentine Casagrnnde, a miner,
killed his wife and himself nt Lead
Hardie Henderson, a well-known
bnseball player, wns instantly killed
by the cars in Philadelphia.
Nearly all the large rivers in Indinna
are on the rampage as the result of
heny rnlns nnd thaws.
It was reported that several Unit
ed States senntors hnd received tele
grams from John D. Rockefeller that
anti-trust legislntion must stop. Oth
er senntors denied the report.
Tho bituminous miners nt the In
dinnnpolis conference ncccpted n new
bcnle increasing wages 12 per cent,
on nn average and a strike was avert
ed and peace assured for a yenr.
Lee Hall (colored), who thot Sher
iff Crawford, wns tnken from jail at
Wrightsville, Ga., by a mob and
Two hundred thousand ncres of
land, upon which Boers arc to settle,
have been bought in southwest
Tcxns by the Harriman lines.
Rear Admiral Frank Wildes, of
Boston, commander of the cruiser
Boston in the battle of Manila bay,
died on a ship bringing him home
The South Carolina legislature has
pnssed a bill prohibiting child lnbor
in textile manufactories and mines.
Severe earthquake shocks were felt
in southern Illinois, southeastern
Missouri and northern Kentucky.
The keel was laid at Newport News,
Va., for the new lG,000-ton battleship
Representatives, of the powers con
tinue negotiations as to Venezuela and
will lift the blockade as soon as proto
cols are signed.
Marconi is reported nt work on nn
imention to give an unseen vessel's
latitude nnd longitude and to send
duplex messages on air currents.
The Alabama legislature is planning
a law to Invite trust incorporations
to that state by removing restrictions
rnnsoNAi, am politocaij.
Justin R. Whiting, member of con
gress from tho Tenth Michigan dis
trict from 188G to 1892, died in St.
Clair, aged 50 years.
Mrs. Charity Green (colored), aged
103 years, died at Omaha.
Robert Bailey died in La Crosse,
Wis., aged 100 jears.
Henry Laurens Dawes, member of
congress from 1857 to 1873 and from
1875 to 1S93 United States senator,
died at his home in Pittsfield, Mass.,
aged 80 j ears.
Edwin Maxwell, of Clarksburg, W.
Va the oldest member of the state
legislature, died at Charlestown, aged
78 j ears.
J. H. Moody, member of congress
from the Ninth North Cnrolina dis
trict, died at Wnynesillc of conges
tion of the lungs.
Dr. John Homnns, one of the lead
ing surgeons of the United Stutesv
died in Boston, During the civil
wnr ho was assistant surgeon in tho
Ilcnrj' G. Haj'es, for years promi
nent as a correspondent and legislative
reporter, died at his home in Washing
ton, aged 74 j ears.
Marj' Ann Mills, the oldest woman
in Cnnnda, died in Woodham in her
A report from Fez confirms the
rumor that the pretender to the Mor
occan throne has been captured.
The organization of a large army
to proceed against foieignei sin north
ern China is reported,
Thirty persons were drowned off
Durnborg icef by tho vvicck of .the
French bark Van Stabcl.
A Emopean war Is threatened bythe
Russo-Austriun concentration of
troops on the Roumnnia frontier.
Tho Morocco pretender was de
feated at tho gates of Fez. by the sul
tan's troops, and 2,500 rebels wuio
Street car service is suspended in
Montreal, employes demanding more
vvnges nnd shorter hours.
The czar has ordered the severe pun
ishment of those Finlandcrs 14,798
men in all who failed to comply with
their military obligations iu 1902.
Slxtj-four Japanese conl roinet
were killed by a gas explosion.
Mmc. Adelinn Pnttl hns signed n con
tract enlling for 00 concerts in America,
beginning Nov ember 3 next.
John II. Carroll, United Stntes con
sul nt Cadi, Spain, died nt Mentone,
France. Ho was appointed from
Gen. Rnfncl Uribc-Urlbc, the for
mer revolutionary lender of Colom
bia, committed suicide.
A thousand lives were lost ns the
result of n hurrienne and tidal wave
which swept over the South Sen
Copenhagen papers ny fresh propo
sals will be presented for the purchnf.e
of the Danish West Indies by the
Old Boxer lenders in Chinn, headed
by the downger empress, are said to
be plotting vigorously to ngnin nt
tempt to cruRh the foreigners.
Reports in London strengthen tho
belief that the situntion in the Bnl.
kans is serious and that Russia is de
termined to secure Constantinople.
' Hubbard T. Smith, United Stnte
vice consul general nt Cairo, who had
been in a hospital at Genoa for some
time, is dead.
The Teiuii's'.ee senate has adopted
a resolution instructing the Tennes
see delegation to the nevt democratic
national convention to urge the nom
ination of a southern man on the
Dissatisfied 'because of the alleged
employment of non-union laborers in
driving bolts, 130 union carpenters en
gaged in the construction of the man
ufacturers' building at the Louisiana
Purchase exposition struck.
A dispatch from Knoxvillc, Frank
Ud county, Miss., states that eight
men have been bound over to the
criminal court in bonds of $2,000 each
to answer charges of intimidating ne
groes for the purpose of causing
them to leave the county.
The British bark Crown of Ger
many, from San Tranc'isco, has ar
lived at Queenstown and landed 30 of
the crew of the Belgian steamer Mas-
kelync, from New Orleans for Ant-
weip. The steamer was abandoned in
a sinking condition on January 31.
The central committee for the re
lief of the famine suftercrs in north
ern Sweden has received from Amer
ica about S17.500. Besides this amount
considerable sums hne been sent to
individuals by American sympathiz
ers, for distribution to the needy.
Fire caused by the explosion of an
automatic burner in the Pennsj ha
nia railroad shops, at Pitcairn, Fa.,
destroyed the passenger car repair
section and cabinet shop, entailing a
loss of $15,000 to the company. Over
100 men were at work in these depart
ments and they barely escaped with
their lives, many losing their tools
and the clothing which they wear to
The estate of Norman Kittson, val
ued at over $3,000,000, has just been
;losed in the probate court at St.
Louis, nearly 15 years after that well
known capitalist died on a train be
tween Chicago and St. Paul. The St.
Paul Trust Co. was in charge and the
estate was divided equally among the
On the 10th the house adopted the
conference report on the department
af commerce bill. The remainder of
the day was devoted to the sundry
rivil appropriation bill. The feature
of the senate proceedings was Mr.
Morgsn's speech on the statehood
bill, which he said was being used to
blockade anti-trust legislation.
MINOR NEWS ITEMS.
In a sermon at Baltimore Cardinal
Gibbons declared that divorce was
worse than polygamy.
John Alexander Dowie and his Zion
hosts declare their intention of invad
ing Greater New York.
The United States supreme court
decides that lithographed posters are
entitled to the protection of the copy
The price of beef has been reduced
40 per cent, at New Oileans as a result
of the fight between big packers and
The Pennsylvania special, the 20-
hour train between New York and Chi
cago, is to be taken off in order that
the freight blockade may bei relieved.
The historic Hill of Tarn in Ireland
has been sold at auction for $18,500.
l'he purchaser is a woman, whose
name is withheld from the public.
Chancellor von Buelow expresses sat
isfaction nt the condition of Geimnn
foreign affairs and says- the future pol
icy will be along conservative lines.
Sccietnry of War Root, in order to
promote the health of the men of the
national militia, proposes instruc
tion of officers in school in Washing
ton, Railroad men who operate trains de
clare most of tho nccidents are due
to exhaustion of engineers, worn-out
by long hours or particularly hard
Joseph William Sheppard, of New
York, in nn effort to demonstrate
that a true Brahmin could live with
out food, starved himself to death aft
er serious estrangement from his fam
ily. Prof. II. L. Willctt, of the University
of Chicago, says that nine-tenthw of
the childtcn who attend Sundny school
nre lobt to the churches because or
"pedngogical monstrosities" in lefcsons
Admiral Dewey, as president of tho
Thomas Jefferson Memorial associa
tion, has issued an appeal to the pub
llo to contribute for a fund to erect a
memorial to Jefferson nt the hationnl
A provision of football, rules to abol
ish dangerous mnss pinys is urged by
70 ht'tul masters of schools in a petition
to the intercollegiate rule committee.
The game us now played is declared
Glance at Some Recent
Doings in Ohio.
A Convention or Votcrnii.
Springfield, Feb. 11. Thirty-four
states were represented nt the meet
ing of the Nntional Veterans' union
yesterdaj'. Resolutions were adopt
ed declaring in fnvor of the original
principles of the organization, allow
ing only veterans of six months' sor
vice nnd one battle to become mem
Ibers. Sons of veterans arc to be nd
mittcd ns honorary members. Officers
were elected ns follows: Gen. F. B.
Hutchinson, Rochester, N. Y., commander-in-chief;
W. II. Keepers,
(Portsmouth, N. II., deputy commander-in-chief;
II. A. Weaver, Topekn,
Kan., chaplain-in-chict; J. W. Berry,
Springfield, O., scrgeant-in-chief. An
executive committee wns nppointcd,
consisting of one member from each
of the states represented.
A Very niKnotroiiH I'nllurc.
Chardon, Feb. G. The work of set
tling up the nffairs of the Houghton,
Ford & Co. bank, which assigned re
cently, is progressing slowly. It de
elops that all the public funds of
Burton township, village and school
arc tied up in the bank, and the
funds of seven other townships were
on deposit there. Mnnj old people)
had all their money there. Some of
them have only their homes left. A
large Amish colony near Burton also
had funds in the bank. Receiver Wil
linms has notified all persons indebt
ed to the bank that they must make
Immediate paj'ment. The enforce
ment of this order will cause over 100
Attoptccl a Sow Finn or AUmlnnloii.
Columbus, Feb. 7. The faculty of
Ohio State university has adopted a
novel plan of admission, calculated to
raise the standard of entrance re
quirements. The high schools of the
state have been divided into two
classes. Students from those schools
having a four-vears course of suffi
ciently high standard will be admit
ted to the university upon presenta
tion of a certificate of graduation.
From schools of a lower standard the
prospective student will be required
to pass examinations in all studies
not satisfactorily covered. The idea
is to lessen the number of those
"flunking out" from insufficient prep
aration. A Ituctlon Ik Promised.
Columbus, Feb. 11. There will be a
row on when the democratic state
central committee meets here Thurs
day. An attempt will be made to
oust Chairman Garber and his entire
executive committee. The plan is to
knock out Tom Johnson as the lead
er of the democratic party in Ohio.
It will be charged against Garber
that he has been sending out letters
In the interest of Mayor Johnson and
also that he closed up headquarters
when instructed to keep them open.
It is further charged that the com
mittee has worked for the success of
the Johnson faction, insulting the Mc
Lean and Zimmerman factions.
Gor. Nasli's Ailment.
Columbus, Feb. 11. Gov. Nash,
t by direction of his physician, is
i spending most of his time in
bed. The governor's heart is in
such condition that he will hardly
be permitted in the future to apply
himself verj closely to the duties of
the executive office. It is generally
conceded that hard work and worry
over his accomplishment of the two
chief ambitions of his administration
a new tax system for the support
of the state government and a new
municipal code have left him in such
a weak physical condition as to great
ly aggravate his heart trouble.
Tujlor Ilns Not Ilcslcnctl.
Columbus, Feb. 10. Gen. Gyger
denies the printed stories that Col.
II. M. Taj'lor, assistant adjutant gen
eral, has resigned. It is believed that
jealousies among Fourth regiment of
ficials are responsible for the bring
ing up of the charges that Taylor was
Involved in divorce proceedings, nis
trip to the Pacific coast is on leave
of absence, for business and health,
His relations with Gyger are
Tho Fornker Cub'n Ilunquct.
Youngstovvn, Feb. 11. The annual
banquet of the Toraker elub was held
here last night. Covers were laid for
more than 400 guests. The principal
addresses of the evening were deliv
ered by Col. Mj-ron T. Herrlck, oi
Cleveland, who spoke on "The Fu
ture," nnd M. M. Garland, of Pitts
burg, ex-president of the Amalgamat
ed Association of Iron, Steel nnd Tin
Workers, who responded to "Lincoln
from the Worklngman's Standpoint."
Indicted u I'rcuclior.
Painesville, Feb, 11. The grand jury
here Tuesdaj' indicted Rev. Frank M,
Ilungate, former pastor of the First
Baptist church, -on three counts. The
indictments nre the outgrowth of his
experiences with Phebo McKeovvnn,
In Painesville and Cleveland.
nurncd to Dvutli In Ilor lied.
Columbus, Feb. 11, Mrs. Francis
Dnbuer, colored, said to have been
more than 100 yenrs old, was burned
to death in her bed Tuesday morning.
She wns alone and tho origin of the
fire is unknown.
Will Study tho Now Code.
Dayton, Feb. 11. The Ohio league
of Municipalities began its sixth an
nual convention here Tuesday with
100 delegates in attendance from as
many cities of tho stnte. The ses
sions, which will conclude on Thurs
day, will bo mainly devoted to n study
of tho conditions arising under the
newly enacted municipal act.
A Mortuntio lor u million.
Youngstovvn, Feb. 11. The Stark
Electric Co, has filed with tho county
recorder a mortgage for $1,000,000 in
favor of the Savlugs and Trust Co,, oi
THE PROFESSOR'S DISCOVERY.
All II l IcnrnlnR Went for NntiRht
When the Supposed Antique,
It took tie professor a lifetime to master
the intneaoics of the old Fgyptian hiero
glyphic. One day he discovered a roll of
papyrus, containing in one place mysterious
marks too faint to be deciphered, sa)s the
New York Sun,
It took the professor a week to find out
that the paprus vvaa in a double layer
with the mvstcuous marks in between.
It took the professor another week to
separate the lajers oi the papyrus without
It took the professor practically no time
at all to read the writing, which ran as
"My name is Blanche Terwilliger. I work
fn McOuirc's factory of antinuttio at Osh
kosh, Mich. I am a brunette, 18 years
old, and generally considered handsome.
I could make a trusting wife to the right
man and write this note in the hope that
it will fall into the hnnas of such a man
and so lead to further correspondence."
It took the professor two hours to jicld
the objurgations which he felt the situa
Did the profesor marry the girl?
Thunder, not The professor was already
married. The idea!
An Importnnt DUcovery.
Granton, Okla., Feb. 0th. After ten years
E. H. Gosney of Granton has at last found
a cure for Kidney Trouble. Mr. Gosney
Buffered very severely with Kidney Com
plaint and some ten j ears ago made up his
mind to find a euro if one was to be had.
He has tried and tried and experimented
with every kidney medicine he could hear
of. Although he was always disappointed
he kept on trying tillatlasthisperseverencc
was rewarded and he found a complete
He is a well man to-day and explains it
"Ev erything failed to cure me and 1 was
growing worse nnd worse till I tried a new
remedy called Dodd's Kidney Pills and I
had not taken many of them before 1
knew that I had at last found the right
thing. I am entirely cured and Icannot
say too much for Dodd's Kidney Pills."
Accuracy. Husband "Didn't I tell you
that was a secret, and you were not to tell
it to anone?" Wife "You told me it
was a secret, hut you did not say I was not
to tell it to anyone." N. Y. Weekly.
The Nickel Plate Road.
The care and attention to all the patrons
of this road make it the favorite with the
inexperienced as well as those accustomed
to travel. Every feature necessary to the
comfort and convenience of passengers, espe
cially ladies traveling alone or accompanied
by children, is provided. Colored porters
uniformed are in attendance to serve the
wants of all and to see that the cars are
clean and kept so. Pullman sleepers with
choice dining car service, American Club
Plan or a la Carte, at moderate cost. With
no ctcess fare charged on any train it will
be to your interest to have j our ticket read
by way of the Nickel Plate.
Fear is nursed' in the lap of imagination.
Three trains a day Chicago to Califor
nia, Oregon and Washington. Chicago,
Union Pacific & North-Westem Line.
No man was ever discontented with the
world if he did his duty in it. Southey.
Threp solid throueh trains dailv Chicaeo
to California. Chicago, Union Pacific H"
It costs more to support one vice than tea
virtues. Chicago Daily News.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs and colds. N. W.
Samuel. Ocean Grove, N. J Feb. 17, 1000.
Selfishness i the seed of sorrow. Four
New York. Tebrurary 11,
Flour Market steady.
Wheat No. 2 red 83c.
Corn No. 2 at 62c.
Oats No. 2 at 43c.
Beeves Veals sold at $5.00).50.
Sheep Sold at $3.50(55.00, lambs
Hogs Yorkers $7.25.
Cle eland, Feb. 11. Flour Winter
wheat patents $3.004.25.
Wheat 'No. 2 red 7Sc.
Corn No. 2 yellow 49c.
Oats No. 3 vhite 40c.
Butter Best creamery 25c.
Cheese York state 14c. i
Eggs Strictly fresh 27c.
Potatoes Best grades C370c.
Cattle Choice steers $4.404.S5,
Sheep Best wethers $4.50(a4.75,
best lambs $G.10C25.
Toledo, Feb. T Wheat Cash
Corn February 17c.
Oats robrunry 37c.
Clocrseed February $7.10.
Fast Liberty, Feb. 11. Cattle-
Choice steerb $5,155.23, good $4.60(fi)
Hogs Plime heaAy $7.15, pigs $G.S5
Sheep Best wethers $4.SO5.00,
choice Inmbs $G.35(?rG.S0.
7.00. Buffalo, Feb. 11.
-Hcay $7.107.15, pigs $0.05
Sheep Best lnmbs $0.00(0 05, top
mixed sheep $4.50Ccf4.75.
Those who have UBed salts, castor" oil, and the
many homo and manufactured nurcrattvea.
know that in such treatment there is no possi
bility of a cure from conBtination. Thnao
remedies are at most physics and
no good. In fact they frequently
usium, xeuiuiu uiaoruers una many cases
of appondicltis are traceable to
their use. Soon the ordinary
doses of these physics fall
T.n tifivn nnv ermnc .s
would not euro.
and most positive
cures. It is tno
The K. C S. Almnnno for 1007,
Tho Kansas City Southern Railway's
Almanac for 1003 is now ready for distribu
tion. Farmers, stock-raiscM. fruit-grovv
ers, truck-garOcners, manufacturers, mer
chants and other seeking a new field of
action or a new home at the vcry lowest
prices, can obtain reliable information con
cerning southwestern Missouri, the Cher
okco and Choctaw Nations in the Indian
Territory, western Arkansa8,eaBternTc2cas
northwestern Louisiana and the Coast coun
try, and of tho business opportunities of
fered therein. Write for a copy of tho
K. C. S Almanac and address, S. G. War
ner, G. P. A., K. C. S. Railway, Kansaa
Mrs. Muggins How long had you known
your husband before you married him?
Mrs. Buggins I didn't know him at all..
I only, thought I did. Philadelphia Rec
California Low Rate.
Beginning February 15th, the M., K. &
T. Ry. will sell Colonist Tickets to Cali
fornia at very low rates, viz.: St. Louis
?30 00; Kansas City, $25.00. Touinst Car
through to San Francisco leaves St. Louis
each Tuesday at 8:32 p. m. Ask any Katy;
Agent or ad-dress James Barker, Gcn'l Pass.
Agent, M. K. & T. Ry., 202 Wainwright.
lllUg., Est. .L.OU1S.
Tom "Our engagement is off." Dick
"You don't say, how's that?" Tom "Sha
got mad because I couldn't explain to her
satisfaction why I loved her more than,
other girls." Philadelphia Press.
This Will Interest Mothrra.
Mother Gray's Bvvoet Powders for Chil
dren, used by Mother Gray, a nurso in.
Children's Home, Now York, cureFoverish
ness, Teething disorders, Stomach troubles,
destroy worms. All Druggists, 25c. Sample
FREE. Address A.B. Olmsted.LeRoy, N.X.
There is nothing that costs less than civil
ity. Cerv antes.
Stopn the Conch
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. PHce 25 centa
Truth is more of a stranger than fic
tion. Chicago Daily News.
Putnam Fadeless Dies color more goods,
brighter colors, with less work than others.
tluggish life. Chicago-
THE NEXT MORNING 1 FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW
AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
"Mj doctor it acts cntlr on th stomach, llftr
and kidney and li a pleasant JaxatlTe. Tnl drink 1ft
made from brb. and U priptwd for lue aa eaiilx C
Ua. It ii called ".Lane's Ta" or
LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE
All drnfrcliUorbrm&llSSeU. andBOcti Bay It to
d7. JLaue'a family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. In order to h healthy tnisU
uctuiiT. Addreu, Box 200. Ls Rot, N. Y.
Say yoar ooda at
Our 1,000-poco eitalone will bo sent
upon receipt of 15 cents. This amount
does not even pay the postage, but It Is
sufficient to show us that you are actinic
in trood faith. Better send for It now.
Your neighbors trade with us why not
you also 7
The house that tells the truth.
Little Liver Pill3.
Must Boar Signature off
eo Pstc-Stmlla Wroppsr Balow.
Tear small tod oa may
FOR TCSPID LIVER.
FOB SALLOW SKIN.
FOR TOECftf PLEXIOH
JrtSte I Purely Yfrtablv(iWgS
OURC SICK HEADAOHK.
caso of temporary or obstinate
I sk a riTr rCtx
" constipation tnat
Mull's Grape Tonic
First, Mull's Grape Tonlo Is unllko any
for constipation. It Is tho greatest
laxatlre known. But that Isn't what
tonlo nronortlas or tho cram ana other
fruits that strengthens tho worn out muscles of the In-
tostlnal tract, mull's urape Tonlo cullds nesTi maxes
strength nnd creates rich, red blood. Mull's Drape Tonlo
Is the finest thins over known for comtlDatlon. It Is guar
anteed to cure you. Largo samplo bottle sent free to any
address on receipt of 10 cants for postage by Lightning
Medicine U.. hock island, ill. Head jour druggist's name.
All druggists sell Mull's drape Tonlo at CO oonts a bottle.