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THE PERRYSBURti, OHIO, JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913.
e V i . I I)tV HAS ANYONE ELSE MET HIM? Kaneas City Paper Tells Story of En counter With AutomoblllBt That I In Hard to Believe. Thtis cynically does tho Kansas City Xndoponrtont spenk of tho motorist Who cares for something olsol than speed for ho does really exist, ap iwaranccs to. tho cbntrary notwith standing: Wo came upon tho motor car otand Irifc on the brow of tho hill. ''Hollo!" wo said to tho chauffeur. Broken down?" I "No, sir," ho responded. I "Out of gasollno?" "No, sir. Wo have plenty." ' "Tiro punctured?" " "No, sir. Tho tireB aro'ln ported teondltion." "Lost your way?" i J ' "No, sir. Tho country horoahouta Is Tory familiar." "Dropped snmothlng from tho auto?" "No, sir. Nothing of tho sort." "Then why. aro you standing hero? Why are you not shooting down tho hill and across tho level at .a terrific Jspecd?" . - ' "I do not caro to do that," said tho ,own,er of tho machine, who had beon ,Blljlnt until this moment. "Whenever il como this way .1 tiayo my car stopped 'hero so that I may enjoy; tho magnifi cent view from this, olpv'ation." ' With a frightened glanco at him, wo Iturncd and hastened to tho nearest (town, to warn tho officials that a per son evidently insdno was at largo In !&n automobilo " ' THE LEGISLATURE CYRUS B. WINTERS. FACES MUCH WORK Last. of Administration Bills to be Considered. ADJOURNMENT UNCERTAIN Plan of Governor to Have General Assembly Take Recess April 4 and Final Adjournment April 1G Has Been Changed. Important to mothers 2 , Examine carefully every bottlo of CASTOItIA, a safo and Buro remedy for i Infants and children, and seo that It BlgnXo of "&&&&& In pso For Ovor30 Years. ' Children ry for Fletcher's Castoria Deep Dissimulation. "You soem inclined to encourage your wlfo to be a suffragette." "Yes," replied Mr. Meckton. fit I can thoroughly convinco her that I desiro her to march and make speeches, maybo she'll get. resentful and refuse to do so." His Contribution. "Did old CloseOst give you anything ifor tho charity benefit fund?" "Oh, yes; ho gave me his candid opinion of it." f D. A. DONOVAN. Special Columbus Correspondent. Columbus, Ohio. DURING tho present week tho general assembly will begin to close in upon tho last scries of big administration measures. These Include such sub jects as taxation, tho control of pub lic utilites, provision for a minimum wage commission, and further steps toward tho conservation of natural re sources. It is likely that before tho end of the week or tho early part of next wcekUho finishing touches will have been placed upon liquor license and tho agricultural commission sys tem. ' It is uncertain when adjournment can bo taken. That may noj be deter mined until tho end of tho week, when tho assembly will have pushed throuKh a crush of legislation. It is safe to say now that no person ac curately can predict tho precise date of tho end. Gov. Cox's plan has been to hnvo recess, taken April 4 and final adjournment April 1G. But tho plan met such a storm of protest from leg islators whoso bills were threatened with consequent desruction that there has be.en a change, at least tentatively, of ttio official program. If tho session lasts muoh longer, the state adminis tration may try to Insist that all of tho .work bo completed now so that a special session next winter will not be necessary. Dut then from the pres ent prospects it looks as if a special session next year will be a hard thing to avoid, no matter what may or may not be done now. The new ness of the state constitution and tho sweeping nature of so-called revolu tionary laws, now being enacted, make possible emergencies of almost any sort between now and 1914. URGING GREAT 8ALE OF CANNED FOODS Dealers, grocers, Jobbers and manufac turers all over the country aro Joining hands durlnc the week of March 81st to April Eth In an effort to, acquaint house wives with the economy and quality of canned foods. . . . It Is now a well knbwn fact that heat Is tho only preservative used In preparing tlicso economical foods. Tho cans aro sealed and sterilized at a temperature or 2S0 decrees, which prevents any contami nation and keops tho contents fresh and wliolesomo as the day tho Una were filled In tho canneries. National Canned Foods "Week, durlnc which dealers and grocers will mruto canned foods their sales-features, is for the purposo ot demonstrating to house wives that tho cost of living can bo cut with such foods, and that they may be served In hundreds of delightful ways, and thus served dally without monotony. Tho farmer's wlfo especially finds It ad vantageous to relievo horself of all tho pnnlrltii nnadlhlA nrwl PnnniM TToocla on- able her to do this and at tho samo time Not Quite. "Is he what 'you might call a police captain at largo?" "No; he's only out on ball." Town Topics. No Sympathy. "Ho lost money in a wheat deal." "Then I havon't a grain of sympa thy for him." lmprovo tho quality of her meals, women In evcrv community Bhoul servo National Canned Foods "Week by Representative Winters from Erie county Is the author of the liquor II censo bill which he will try to sub stitute for the official bill In the house. He would have the county treasurer, auditor and chairman of county com missioners Issue saloon licenses. 'for tho signature of B W (1110V in Ono Day, Cures a rip In Two Days. Only Ono "BBOMO ODININE" That is lajcativh i) noii o quininh. 1.00k uvi. cures a Cold sc I Put off until tomorrow the worry ling you might do today. 1 INVALIDS AND CHILDREN 1 should be given BLAGUE'S EMULSION to ,strongthon tho body. flovor falls. All druggists. Don't flag the busy little bee when .lie Is going straight ahead. Loss of Power S"" nnd Tltal force follow loss of flesh or emaciation. These come from ImpoT 5 criahed blood. E Dr. Pierce's '" I Golden Medical Discovery enlivens a torpid Uret enriches tha blood stops the wute of strength and tissue and builds up healthy flesh to the proper body freight. As an appe tizing, restorative tonic. It sets to work all the processes of digestion and nutrition, rouses every organ Into natural action, and brings back health and strength. Can oartfalntr else be Jnat aa Coo4' to toko colnc to tho dealers am' fcutting In a sun- fily. Tho savlnR and general satisfaction n tho use ot Canned Foods Is ontlroly Tforth while. Adv. INEVITABLE. DBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI "" Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Synip for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces lnflaramn tlon,allayspaln,cures -wind colic .SScabottlcAtt When somo men got Interested In politics they forgot all about labor. 4 FOLEY'S JL COMPOUNIT STOPS COUGHS - CURES COLDS Contains No Opiates Is Safe For Children I STONES EDV (A 0(1) Unr, BUauk . Apn.uciui tragi. inti wnllni. Bl hr H plrl but. rilCC CaIb)eBsRrmcJrCe.,DeDL4S1.2ISS.DcsrlieraSt,CUcat AOI5NT8 WANTED-Male or Fcmalo make good moneyiuon t nai roil. f)r. W. II. n; booklelof Interesting faols concerned tubnrcnloMs ana con to live. s. D,H.i.,niprr.siae .cimius.u. moneyi don't have to lenvo home: wendvortlse for on. ur. w. ll.li.-cor stuDorcuiar remedy, senator " J&- Mr. Platiron Doy aln' no use talkin to, a woman. Mr. Charcoal How so? j Mr. Flatiron Sho done bound to git yo' wid weepln' er hammer yo' wld & flatiron, buhlieve me. Han' me do boss liniment, Mistah Charcoal. DISFIGURED BY SKIM ERUPTION If That Is Your Plight, Let Resinol Clear It Away I Pimples, blackheads, rashes, ringworm and, worst of all, that red, itching, scaly torment, eczema, vanish when you use Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap. .Thero is no drfubt about it. Even though your skin is so unsightly with eruption that you shun your friends and your friends shun you, Resinol makes it clear and healthy, quickly, easily and at trifling cost. Whpn you are sick of wast ing time and money on tedious, expensive treatments, get Resiriol Ointment and Resinol Soap from the nearest druggist Snd you will quickly see why it has been rcBcribcdifor eighteen years for just such troubles as yours. The Resinol treatment works so gently, and is so absolutely free from anything that could injure even the tenderest skin, that it is perfect for healing the akin troubles of infants and children. You can test Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap at our expense. Write to Dept. 5-K, Resi Viol, Baltimore, Md., and we will send you a generous trial. Resinol Ointment (60c and 91) and Resinol Soap (25c), by parcel post on receipt of price. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nii'e. times In ten when the liver la righf-the stomach nnd bowels are right CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently butfirmly com pel a lazy liver do ita duty. Cures Con stipation, In digestion, Sick Headache. and Distress After Eating. EMAIL FILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature tmsasBWM . .VN saasasasaVJ -- 'CARTER'S ,KM W'l & jW BIVER MasasatSiasaBVal UII C jaPy "" W H S2L were assessed against "coke" sellers In Dayton and Cincinnati. One drug gist was fined ?100 and costs and was forced to cIobc his, store as the result of his conviction. A "coke" peddler was fined $200. Suspicion that a species of money trust prevails in Ohio financial circles is in tho mind of Gov. Cox. He has been informed that certain clearing house associations are under the con trol of big moneyed interests, who thereby aro enabled to freeze out those banks who hold out credit to weaker competitors. In this manner, tho governor has been told, the big interests of the state aro in a position to stifle the "small fry." The admin istration is said to bo ready to act upon the information given and reme dial legislation may be attempted In tho general .assembly. Many Want Federal Jobs. Ohio Democrats seeking federal jobs under the new order of things aro being met on all sides by the stern spectre of the United States civil serv ice. The extensive breadth of the civil service Is being emphasized by the visit to Columbus of United States Senator Pomerene, the biggest single dictator of federal patronage in Ohio. Scores of jobs which the Democrats thought were negotiable politically are being shown by Senator Pomerene as com pletely nailed down by Itho civil serv ice rules. Comparatively speaking, only a few positions In the federal service in Ohio remain loose. They include the postmastershlps, the in ternal revenue in the customs service, and a few places under the United States marshal. Many of tho jobs in connection with the federal courts are held firm by the fact that the federal judges are Republicans and hold office for life. State-Wide Primary. The people ot Ohio hereafter will nominate by direct voto practically overy elective officer. They will have tho power also to express their prefer- 'pnnfi fnr onnflirlntpn fnr nrpnirlpnt nM, !,., ,.. raj ,t 1... Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated. """ iiuubiiD ncio uiud tciium UJ . ...!... ' l. -J l- tho action of the senate In approving te stomach, llvor and bowels and cure oon- itne state-wlue primary mil wnicli al-. ttipation. aot. SENATOR J. B. DOLLISON, Member of Senate Temperance 'Com mittee and Prominent In Advo cacy of Administration License Bill. HOW TO TREAT PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS For pimples and blackheads tho fol lowing Is a most effective' and eco nomical treatment: Gently smear the affected parts with Cutlcura Oint ment, on tho end of the finger, but do not rub. "Wash off tho Cutlcura Ointment in. five minutes with Cutl cura Soap and hot water and continue bathing for some minutes. This treat ment is best on rising and retiring. At other times uso Cutlcura Soap freely for tho toilet and bath, to as sist In preventing Inflammation, Irri tation, and clogging of tho pores, tho common cause of pimples, blackheads, redness and roughness, yellow, oily, mothy and other unwholesome condi tions of tho skin. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout tho world. Sample of each froo with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston." Adv. , Circumstantial Evidence. "Did you find our poor friend's spir its were broken?" "Yes, in a way. He was ordering nothing but brandy smashes." a2"3 ButCoajaBTrap. TuissOood. TJi I latlms. Bolabruruiuts. uj.!:ij.mjyfi!i.yroTOta A gloomy and sordid retrospect of tho action of many of those who in tho past have been trusted by tho peo ple of Ohio with the care and custody of the public money, is being revealed by tho probing, now under way, of tho affairs of the defunct Columbus Sav ings & Trust Co. Certain former state treasurers, in the probe testi mony, aro shown as having been ab solutely faithless to tho public trust. They lent out hundreds of thousands of dollars and then "whacked" up with the bankers who got the money. Whilo the people believed their money to bo honestly administered, It was being used by state treasurers as tho means of obtaining huge "rake-offs" iu addition to o facial salaries. Abso luto lack of conscientious scruples provalled In just tho circles whore honesty was most needed. There was suspicion of a trafficking in public money way back in 1908, and tho leg islature threatened to probo, but tho finance committee headed it off by the statement that tho books of the treas urer balanced. Of course, the books balanced, but at tho same tlmo hun dreds of thousands of dollars wore drawing interest in banks of which tho state Itself never got a penny. 'Dope' Sellers Fined. In spite of tho, stringency of the laws, there still aro peoplo in Ohio who make a living off tho practice of supplying habit-forming drugs to tho peoplo who aro "dopo" victims. Dur ing tho last few days heavy fines Proposed Prison Reforms. That tho proposed prison reforms in Ohio aro attracting general atten tion throughout tho country Is Indi cated by a letter received by Gov. Cox from Maud Ballington Booth. Sho writes that sho Is much Inter ested In the roforms proposed by tho governor and that sho will visit Ohio this month for tho purpose of consult ing him. Sho wants tho governor to accompany her through tho peniten tiary to get a bettor understanding oi conditions there, Sho offers to help iu making tho roforma successful. ready has passed the house. The amendments made by the senate are not thought to be serious enough tc cause any opopsition in the house and the measure is practically a law. Its effects will bo sweeping. Under its provisions the party convention, except in its capacity as a maker of party platforms, will fade into memory. In the new primary meas uro tho peoplo assume the right to nominate their own officers from gov ernor down. Unless he devise some new subterfuge, tho Tarty boss will fipd himself minus a job. State-wide primaries afe to bo held every year on the second Tuesday in August. In tho odd years the muni cipal and township officers will be nominated and in tho even years the .state, district, county and officers and .candidates for congress. In presidential years tho primary Ib to bo held on the last Tuesday In April. At such primaries the people select the delegates to tho national conventions and tho provision Is mado that each candidate for dele gate must state on the ballot his. first and second cholco for president. At the same primary, on a separate bal ,lot, the peoplo declare their prefer ence for president and vice president as a means ot instructing tho dele gates selected. Also in the same primary, tho people select delegates to a state convention for tho purpose of declaring a state platform of prin ciples. Tho only exception mado in the bill to tho general principle of popular nomination of all officers is in the case ot townships and in municipal ities ot less than 2.000 population. Officers of such subdivisions aro to bo named under tho old procedure unless tho peoplo petition for tho now plan Senate Passes House Bill. Under suspension of rules, tho son ato rushed through tho houso bill oi King ot Ashtabula, "curing" dofects In tho vital statistics law, declared to exist by tho supremo court. Undoi tho now law, physicians will bo com pelled to report births and tho Inci dental data that may bo easily in their possession. Postago Is to be glvon them for sending their reports to the local registrars. Tho supremo couit hold tho old law to bo invalid because It attempted to inuko physicians por form eorvjees wj.thout cor -uaaUon, Many a girl with brains enough for two equalizes things by marrying a man without any. Have Been Restored to Health By Lydsa E.. a Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt about this fact. Why I during thd last 30 years we have published in the newspapers of this country volumes of letters from women who have been re-, lieved of all their suffering by the timely aid of this grand old medicine. Letters like the following, true, genuine and honest expressions of gratitude coming from grateful hearts Surely you can believe these women. Mrs. Tj. S. BRENNER, Hudson, Mich., says: .. ' Somctimo ago I was taken with a terrible pain in my right side, such charp pains just like a knife sticking- me. I tried hot applications but that did no good. I went to our family doctor (we were living in Payette, Ohio, nt that time) and he said it was organic inflammation. I doctored with him a whilo but kept getting worse. Tho pain was so terrible I could hardly stand on my feet. I would have that sharp pain in my right side, and a dull heavy pain tho wholo length of my limb. I realized that somethin? had to be done quickly, so I looked up all of your advertisements I could find, and saw several that described my case. I got a bottle of Lydia E. 3?inkham's Vegetable Compound and it helped me from tho first dose, and when I had taken two bottles my trouble was gone. Your medicine haa 'done so much for me that I am willing you should publish this letter for tho Bake of other suffering women." Mrs. L. . Brenneb, Hudson, Michigan. 1 Mrs. Ii. E. BOWERS, GIrard, Pa., says: 'I takepleasuroin informing you of what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotabla Compound has done for me. I had a sick spell last February, and for come months after that I was not regular and had many bad feelings. I xvas tired all the tlmo, had dull headaches, not much appetite, ana also vrhat the doctor called organic inflammation. Your Vegetable Compound hao entirely cured me and I feel that too much cannot bo said in Its pralso as I am now able to do my own work. You are perfectly welcome to uio my testimonial for tho benefit of others." Mrs. L. E. Bowebs, B.F.D. No. t, GIrard, Pa. Mrs. ELIZABETH GENTELCORE, Buffalo, N.T.,says: " I feel that I must write to you about your wonderful remedies. About' ten years ago I was troubled with f emalo weakness and was all run down. I was tired all the time and could hardly walk without feeling dizzy. I beard about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, took it, and also used tho Sanative Wash. I got stronger, and have not had those dizzy cpells since. I feel that I owe my health to you, and hope your remedies will help others as they have me. I tried most everything I heard of, and yours are the best medicines for women's ailments." Mrs. Elizabeth Ges ulcobb, 26 Glor Street, Buffalo, New York. For SO years Lydia E. Pinknam's "Vegetable Compound has beon tho standard remedy for fo malo ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself If sho does not try this fa mous medicine mado from rooto and herbs, It lias restored somany suffering women to health. EVrlto to LYDIA. E.PINKHA5I MEDICINE CO. !V (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. WORMS. "Wormy", that's -what's the matter of 'em. Stomach and In testinal worms Nearly as bad as distemper. Cost you too much, to feed 'em. Look bad are bad. Don't physio 'em to death. Spohn's Cure will remove the worms, improve the appetite, and toae 'em up all round, and don't "physic." Acts on slanaa and blood. Full directions with each bottle, and sold by all druggists. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists, Goshen. lad.. U. S. A. W. L, DOUGLAS - . " -a..- "" 3100 3.SO4.QO MiBO'AND gfi.oo SHOES F0RMEN.ANDJW0MEN BESTBOYSSHOESIn the WORLD f2.00. f2.60 ant t3.0O. The largest makers of Men's $3.50 and $4.00 shoes in the world. Askyonr dealer to show yon W. x Dourlas 33.50. 84.00 ni 84.80 shoes. Just as irood In stole. ni ana wear as oiuer mauu costine; su,uu to O7.ou mo only Ullierenoe la mo price. Olioes in ail learners, styles nnu aimpes lo suit eTeryuouy. If you ooufd visit W. I Douglas largo facto ries at Brockton. Mass.. and see for yourself bow oaref ullr W. I.. Douclos shoes are made. you wonld then understand why they are warranted o uc oeiter, iook Dctier, noia tneir snane ana wear longer than any other make for the price. . r was urtix WAxV.fl suurnmgL SaL Mttg3W WM"n VfJ7y liiit i9Si?yStV)M. i-'vkm. I" V"krl "-n 1 fe TOHV i.!.-i"K4 PIh UBS ii vww Jttstfi u&mttnLsr iKKarfli jESffrgwownb XBS jtiK-fFMH fsngfvli Lf rtJL'0UU sgm? ,rt .". K&fifiUprvri, latiBVnami i It W. L. Douglas ihexi are not for sale in tout vicinity, order live, inim uie lacuirr mm hio tua nuaoirauui a pron Shot, for every mtmborot the family, at all prloea, by TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Catalog, it vrill how you bow to order bynaaU, and why yon can saTa money on your footwear. W. 1 DOVOUI Brockton, Unas. He that llos DoflfllB & ti ttamoed on tba bottom. 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Jrm in 1 w,M wan Ysur OpnorfunHy Is NOW In tha Provlnoa of Saskatchewan, Western Oanada Do yon destre to set a FrMUomeeteMofTOO Afirum of known YTbooA Tba area li bfKinlng morp limT SwL UUt V HWdIUUUIBL NEXT niSXKIi tsnoRss Ul(f 3U0TS settlement, and li rofl day will soon come whan there ollomeflteatdmff A ivtnOunentjBastauebewan, $ PSfSAW 2 wUh SbSn tUM worth ofhoraa ondtaijbln ery, and fust BMn eaaET Today X hare WO acres of wheat. b oerea of oau, and U teres offeax." Hrfot bad for six years, but only on In atanoe ofn&t may bj doe In Western Oanada fn Manitoba, BoakaUhewan or Alberta. bond at one for Literature, llaps, BoUnay Botes, eta, to W. O. HETHERV. 413 Otrdnor Dido, Totede, Onto Canadian Oovernmana ImiL n. address bnpertntendenTpf Immigration, Ottawa, Cuaia. WHY INCUBATOR CHICKS DIE Write for book saving young chicks. Send us names of 7 friends that use inoubatora and get book free. Balaall Remedy Co., Blackwell,Okla, Farm and Timber Land for sale along Queen A Crescent Bouto between Meridian, Miss. , and Cincinnati. O. Qreatmony bargains large and small farms. Should appeal to farmers. Land can be parcaaeed from Ave to thirty dollars per acre on easy terms. Advts Industrial Aoent. Q. & C. Bouts. Chotlinoooi. Tens. W. N. U CLEVELAND, NO. 18-191S. Mi li