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WELSH PT'id CO., L't'd, P ub.. WELSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Tile ,tbrac' f ,r a ne.; dormitoryv I., Atu diniL" rmen tir ,he 1. L O F( . \V: - , ' ow.' Tnwl Orl:an-' Il,:u1 1 it ('drica a, WaV olt-t , 'w ,cr-'~(' y of ll Ias l g that '. ty a p('u º lu,- ºn ~f t ,' 3, at u .wi Ri 5 mi-s - i sir.eet railway aLid a 't j ,o, t 2 tr: ,t , of $;;t . 0!l, (00 f' last , y;ai r. 1 111 4 . of par alt 'i. It ct- , ed moved froml ) il "irgii:a Itn 1-,, !ib H irved ln the itor ( ivll W ial at 1 T'her( isa ivenoint on foot aniong 'oI thi,' Dalla phliysicians ani some lnem- t'tel t,.-s of the clty rouncil to have a food T Insptetor iit pointelll ai di lone In Fra many largo clties. Bliit The first soll t iar of tomatoes left Ibl i Tyler Thiu;' 'y T'he; welre sold for $1.25 per crate anid ilt h c-ar of tonlai- ;a "toes is wor h in round figiur''s $1,200 no ti) the pr)ldn(''l'". a It-i- While a bIrat&-i'n tiinamd E. L. ion iloni:ctt. w:is makting a eouplihig in te tihe (' 1ilon l,,lt yar,!s at Tyler his ish right alr;i was .,itight by the draw- ith, thads and crus-hl. 1 A me-tilig olf tie bih'sr' men of tho toll Stato will h. tiill in )allas .inl,, 15 to oni pitrfect a State circuit to include Dal- al ia,, Fort WorthI. tailn Antonio. Hlouston and possibly lheaa::iout. The Nalttial IEditorial Association, somine 500 s.trong, will Slipnd a day inl ItialIa alnut ,|it it- , while i-n rot;t' frt o tlihe annual tice tiing at Guthrie, OIk., to 'Pur aitt. Otr-'go, . The casto :,ttinist Will Kemp of (Oray-son rcounty, clharged by indict ;lient wit! hoiicietih of his father, was tlismisstl in the di ist ict court upon iumtion of the coulnty attorney. An orwinanc h·tas bIen inlt roducedl in the City Coutncil of El Paso for the a) pointimcn1 of a city .illpector for wa ter, milk ,utl fioodsttiff. It is reconm nteunlcdl by the hel ltih tlplartment. The ('CouaftdI, atei Pa:rk Association of FIrt 'i'orllh is miakil ig ilImprovemenits in the groulnd:: for the aniuital reunion. A nuitib.trv of boats are to be placed on the airltici:l I lake hnilt oin the grounds. Thl'lr. ludsoln ald Badlger flouring nmill mill at Paw:eet has burned, the fire origIinting fronim some unknown Cso'cllCc. . iucendiarism1 is itspected. Th It plant was insurt-d fotr only $500. ,:aiines i -lrit has si: gntt l with the ltays Valley Chlub, to fight the winnel tit the f!Haloli-Comi-Iott lhattl-. The li atch iS !it 'o ffo i o i July. Details ,f th' IiIatch have rurot bteen arrallged. Ti'het cotton cropl ibu-ll-tin issued by th! Department of Agricultltre Friday btihws that the acmretagt for the entire belt Ilhas en dc(Ireasodi 11.1 per cent. T'hUe average cinlltti i-i given as 77.2. ' Mrs. C(linrlr, Haayune had killedt her self Iby shooting at Ulastrop., Friday morning. Her hus!tanld, Charles Hay zdt-, wits wne oft tthe cle'rkR in Ilhe House ov f Represeiltatives durrlng tlhe last ,efg i.lature. Five ar-rest. ha:.ve i-.en imade at Amarillo of persr onsa clmarged wit.h pass- n 'Ing counterfelit axn 'y. The FedeIral authorities now have charge of the i parties, whose nanies could not bt' ob e itained, . A great storm hlas swept over Pint- O town, the centler of the tca and sugar Splantations of Natal. whlich (caused the I reservoir to overflow, resultlng, it is reportod, in -the drowning of 200) per sons. The storm resulted in nuimer John St-gall, [iiniig ftii·r miles souith or Ladonia met with a peculiar acci dent. The spiral spring of a cultivator broke, throwlng a bolt with such force as to crush the temple: bone about one inch front the right eye Fruit anil vegetable growers have formed an association iunlder the namne .of the Hopkins CoulntI Fruit and Vegetable Exchauge. the object of the orgauization being to co-operate with the Texas Fruit and Vegetable Ex change. Two attemnpts have been made near Quinlan, Ok.. during tlh past week to wreck the luilliiight Santa Fe pass enger traia on the Panhandle division. On both occasiolls tips and other ob structions were placed on the grade. Thile Masons of Siamford have agreed to build a hall f50x0O0 feet on the south of the sqtare and have subscribed about $3,000 toward paying for it. Work wil begin at onice on three brick buildings and the Masons will build over two of theni. A lone bandit held utp two dozen men lust before daylight in a Douglas, Ariz., gambling house. "scooped the nwag" ot the tables and escaped, but it is thought that he will be captured, a- he was wounded ------------ - KING ALFONSO IN ENGLAND. Royally Entertained by British Nobility--First Spanish Monarch on English Soil. I.,.uzlo . .lu .--AI.;no, l ,,eint Kit+ý of ýlpaint, wa w+'l i ci,1f t -f nl. aint y. , tday with thl* In .t .ab, iati if c',rl'll( o lies, t" 'l'ty 4l-'li+i i whbibh was supervised by King E[l jward himntelf. N,,v,- r in the case of a re,,l:iotn of a nationaiil Visitor has ';r lter' at. 'on itn beenl paid to detail or mrei c:ireft.ul priparation made for a Inag, nifice. n display. If only the weatllhe ha! eeti prolpitious o .l relcep1iion proi bly wouldi have bets t he mu. lrillian e vr accorded a foreign vi s itor to England. A deltlge of rain at Port smoutllh and at. London, how ,over, marred all the lspectacula"r e wcts. The day, which brob, d-ariily in France, increased in gloom as Ithe Britt.ti royal yacht Victoria and A' bert ciosseot the channel from ('her liurg, actcomlpanied by a strong ,-. ( irt of Brit isi .rs I x' l n i l torpllld ,1,al Iit royers. Approachilng thI )mouth otf the harbor, the royal yachi patlssed throt'h line after line of gun iioat, a!n great fighting \'es.-.l, he doIcedl with flags and flying tli Span ish ensign and a score of which fir'l the royal salute. lt'hee war vessels resnembled phan )toon ships ast he Victoria and All;'rt enmerging from the haze, passed thi saluti ig ran:s. The young King, whi HIDDEN PUZZLE PICTURE. i o Find Her Sister. TRIED TO BREAK JAIL. Will Manning, to Hang for Murder, Captured Before He Got Away. Greenville. Texas, June 6.- -A desper ate but unsuccessful attempt to break1 out of jail was made last night hyl Will T'. Manning, who is uitdUli sell tence to be hanged on July 7 for the murder of his wife near Celeste. When Assistant Jailer Lee MeKin. ney went upstairs to sprinkle the floor of the jail with a disinfectant to keep off the mosquitoes, Manning ask ed 1tim to sprinkle the inside of his cell and under his cotl. MKinney oplened the d:or and w-ent insidh', apte while sprinkling under the cot thei prisoner grabbed him and knuock-te him to the rear end of the cell, jumped( through the door and lockedrl the assistant jailer up. Manning then ran downstairs to the office of the! jail. He was followed by \Vatchmnan Darby. who caught the prisoner around the waist and held on to him until Jailer Wiley E. Smith could come from anot.her portion of the building to the outside of the door to the office. Man ning was trying to unlock the office e door and Jailer Smith caught his arm R and pulled it through the bars of the door and held him 'until a great e crowd of people had been alarmed by h the noise and gathered at the jail. Manning, seeing that. he could not es cape. consented to go back to his ceil. r Arm Broken by Fall from Horse. k - I.dbhetter, Texas: Yesterday after s- noon, while riding around in the yard, n. Orvll Dinwiddic, aged 5 years, son b- of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dinwiddie, had the misfortune to fall from the horse breaking -his left arm. ih Uplifting of Spain. d London: The visit of King Alfonso it. to Premier Lansdowne is taken by e I iplomuats to indicate the forging o ll an important link nna n ewa lliance which will raise Spain to a higher pc sition, and assist her inuthe .buildini n of a new navy. he Cleared Up $30,000,000. t New York: The statement is mad here that James J. Hill and his assn cd, dates clean up thirty millions of do lars in the rise of Northern Securitie stock. Ii t',ll'ter, stid on d,' e , evid'ntIly kh ,nli en!ljoying lilt' sliec n11!,' in spii, l' III pou e:l'!!'- rain. T'hi Pince of War,-, reprltesenting Kin:;g Edward. await:d ,wit h a guard of lionlir, and aftlr the(, gangway was 1'1111 11p Went on o:I I(d anll1 welC i m thli Spanish ruler, while at the same time th,, Princl'e's s andarid broke out, a'an:gsile that of the august visitor. 'l'he ir respective suit es w.'ere then in Irodluced and slubsequently the mayor of the corporation of the port of Ply mlnthp resents d His .Majesty with an addlress of welcome, in respon., to which the King said: "I wish to all in this gri at Empire unlder your King's scepter every. pros prit y. and as you are among the first to w'elcome my arriva!, I request. t'mt you also be the first to convey lmy gratitude to those whom you rep. i' senr. Assure them that the re inlml)rance' of Ilihes.i happy imomeletl Swill always he cherished in my heart." King Alfonso, who was the first SKing of Spain who ever landled in I' Englandl. disembarked at 2:20 p. inm. Accompanied by the Prince or \Wales. . His Majesty inspected the guard of IhonOr in a dr'izzling rain, and subse a llently took a trail for London amid ) the firing of another royal salute. Mac Stewart's Plans. Sherman. Texas: A letter froni \Iac Stewart, undlr date of Chihuahua Prison, Mexico, May 20, received by lis cousin, Gus Atkinson, of Sherman st s in, a very hopeful straitii. The' pris of ,ner speaks of his plans. which. :i: a general way. are a rest up'of a few days at El Paso, then a long visit ri to relatives in Hill and flardeman counties aind Sherman. He writes that he has scores of ihvitations from Texans to come to their homes and stay just as long as he feels like it. A Liner Ashore. New York: A big incoming steam. er went ashore late last night off b Point Lookout., to the east of Jones r Inlet, ncar Freeport, L. I. The steamship is supposed to be a liner, but until long after midnight it was impossible to learn her name. 1 The sea is running extremely high and the people of Freeport dared not venture far enough" out in boats to learn anything about the stranded ves sel. Germans Suffer Defeat. London: A dispatch from a news agency from Ctpe Town says native reports have been raceived in official quarters to the effect that Warmbada the German headquarters in South west Africa, has fallen and that the garrison has perished. No news is obtainable except from native sources. Onions Shipped Via Galveston. Luling, Texas: Mr. H. B. Holmes shipped another car of onions on con signment to New York by way of Galveston. This makes the third car shipped from here so far this season. House of Capulets for Sale. Verona: The house of the Capulets whore Juliet lived, has been offered for sale under a decree of the courts to satisfy creditors. Its value is esti mated at $2,000, and the municipality intends' td'buy 'it and cihveort" it into museum. Enormous Crop at Henrietta. Henrietta, Texas: Harvest is in . full blast, regardless of Sundays and s night darkness. The crop is enor mous and hands are in great demand. ROOSEVELT'S PEACE EFFOPTS. Russian Comment on President's Tender of Good Offices for Peace. Public, and a il -ire that sonti stelps should be taken toward securing a; honorable peace is increasingly mani fest. The Ruiss declares that the I'rec-t dent'., offer should be eomltended asI an act of friendship tending to hrings out Japan's terms of [F'ace, and Rus sia's acceptance of an offer which would not mean surrender on humil iating terms. The paper maintains at. the same time that negotiations, if be gun. must lr direct, and that there must be no intervention by other paw ers. The Bourse Gazette says that Russia must make the he4t possible use of the friEndly office of the United States and Great Britain. This paper, as well as the Synolchesva and the Nash. ashism and other.s advance the idea that Japan will be disposed to grant , ' .' JII, l S i( li 'lt .l|. t l-a I>'c " i'" lhal io the I)It'iU(mIane ts who b)gll ihe w, ar. This paliper' reiterate; the demua nd fotr a Zenmky Sahor to .se't' Ihl., question. Even thel Gra,''il;d nial declares perempiltorlly for peace, Ih, No\voe Vre mya alone di sn!in ftl'ro the general chorus by .ayvin: that. peac'", is not so es'sential a; foreigln and internationlal enemies imagine and picturing Great Britain, the United -I States and thl continental ploowers be gt inning to trembl-e the face of the "yellow peril." Member- of the diplomatic corpS Sunday expressed their pleasure that President Roosev'elt had taken tile lead in urging Russia to givta up the proseccution of the war. but they said they were apirellensive that lh-e pr ,si. f dent'. efforts would ho fruitless. IBaron Rosen, the new Ambassador s to Washington. does not ctvmn to be Saccellerating his departure on account I of devlopment5s iUn the United State,. He will sail on Iuly 27. SURE OF VICTORY. VI Member of Russian Staff Says That Is that. Why They Took the Risk. lress Tokio. June 5. A telegrtham from is. 1 Sasebo says: piri A member of lihe Russian .araff. ac the ing asked why the Russian ships tooii The the risk of es ayinig (f 'Tsy Strait s,ta said: the "We wer'e confident of victory. .ide Reaching V!adivostok was not the only object. The Emperor contmmanded us on leaving the Baltic to fight and de, Ct feat our enemy, and we welre anxiou. eric to obey his orders. We were cant-. the (dent and ready to fight from the start.! Mrs Our mission is ended." will Of the eaptivc:s brought to Sasebo fore the battleship Nicholai is the most "his seriously damaged. There are many F lolos in her port side over three Ve," renl in diameter, and the majority of hee Sta' quicli-firing guns on the lort side' whk were destroy·'ed. Her forward funnel of 1 was shot partly away and one hoie along the wator lite measures ten S feet. A dispatch from Mazairua says the ridi Japanese battltie.hlil Asashi was a largely engaged with the Russian shipii a Borodino. After the Borodino tooli en fire and was sinking the Asashi su. il pcnled firing, but the Borodina con- fou lined to fire. Practically her last shot nt struck the Asashi astern on the lar- sor board side, killing Lieut. Mlorishita and seven others. Morishita's leg was shot off. but using his sword as a crutch, I he managed to reach dock. where he fix, died. A dying sailor asked for pap-er C on which to write a farewell message tu to the Japanese navy. He wrote: Ga "Bainzai! I die a glorious death."' 1: Ross Statue Accepted. Waco, Texas: "The commit tee ap a pointed with authority to do so, accept ed the modol of the bronze equestrian statue of Gen. Lawrence Sullivan Ross', m . offered by Pompeo Coppini of San An. vil tonio, and the action of the committe'e W will be ratified by the Sul Ross Memo. rial Association. The itatue i-epresents Gen. Ross on a plunging stee-d in the act of sabering a foe at the battle of Corinth. re Tried to Ride a Wild Horse. te Temple, Texas: John Franklin, a m colored porter employed at the drug store of Willis & Orgain, attempted to es ride a wild, unbroken horse yest-erday s and was scrouged off his mount by C being scraped against a tree, throwing ,i it him to the ground and breaking luhis fi 1e. leg near the ankle, the bone protrud- b' ing through the flesh and making a lot fearful wound. to Daughter Killed Father. es. Peoria: Wenoa Gilham, 16 years of age, shot and fatally wounded her father yesterday, eighteen miles from wa this city. Gliham was abusing hit, ive 'daughter when his wife interfered. He ,al dealt her a blow over the head with a a club, knocking her senseless. The c th- daughter secured a shotgun and fired a he both barrels at her father, inflicting a mortal wound. u New Lights for Flatonia, Flatonia, Texas: The management of the electric light plant received the ns 2,000-candle are lights yesterday and on - had them placed last night. When of the current was turned on the brass ar band was on hand and rendered an on. elegant program. Five Years for McCoy. ts Colorado, Texas: The jury in the red case of J. E. McCoy, charged with the rts killing of T. M. Wiley in this county sti- last August, which has been on trial lity here' for several days, brought in a nto verdict of guilty and punishment ait five years' imprisonment at midnight last night. in To Send All Prisoners Home. and Nagasaki: It is stated on good au. orI .hority that all the Russian naval priLs. ad . oners in Japan will be sent home. Vladivostok Fortified. shn Vladivostok: It is exlec'tedi here The that a .lapanese attack on lthI fort. by ress will not he long delayed. 'Tnti o rio Sis. howe er, ai call n anl bie:rtl inetill th .pirit mnanifested by thv pioiulalion * te the face of the forthrcouling crisis. r The dtfense of Vladivl·stokt. on which pal steadly work has been ill pirogress since da the b"eginning of the war. are now (on. cot .sldered as having hbeen conleplet 4d. co! isl Danes Honor Americans. Colpeuha-g'n: Crown P'rince Fred 1 erick has honored Mr. L. F. Swensonn, the retiring Anmerican miniiter. andti an 1.1 Mrs. Swenson with a long visit, as they "C will leave for the' United States y,, >o fore his royal highness returns from rcl st his summenner vacation. l. Former Financo Minister lBaie ha On ,, rentrned from his trip to th'. Ilnit(edl ee States and is highly enthusiastic ovf.r de what he calls the tretnendolus energy a ell of the Amric'anu nation. on Cumbie Fatally Injured. tca tII San Angelo, Texas: R. F. Curabie, a a pronlinent yotung stoclkmian, whil hr riding a vicious horse on th.: range - Ilt Snear Brlonte. ('oke county, was thrown ih;) and fatally injured. His jaw was bro1k en and 'head injured. A searching 1B. party found him uncon.-cious twenty- to )n- four hours after the accident. He has OC not I'.gained consciousness. lie is a to ar- son of Rev. R. . mbi. Cu of Bront' p nd -_ -_ -- - -- - lot Buffalo Drug Stock Sold. h11 Buffalo, Texas: The stock of drugs vi il fixtuI's, notes and accounts of the 1i w yri C. McMichael drug store was sold Sat. ci ige urday, the drugs and fixtures to .1. Q. Ganss of the Somantoma I)rug Co.; it h." $135 notes and accounts to E. L. 1I. :, ti son, of Buffalo, for $315. ap- Beaumont Church Dedicated. Beaumont, T'axas: The new Chris- bi tian church was dedicated in Beau. H ' mont yesterday by Rev. M. L. Sco- e. An. ville, who was assisted by Rev. .. B. to tee Holmes, the lecal pastor, and an ex. ci 1mo1 cel.ent choir. g thel Fourteen Births, One Death. tl of Bryan, Texas: Tha vital .tatistih tl records in the office of the Brazos a county clerk show a record of four. teen births and one death for t'hll It a mouth of May. 41 Iruig tl I to St. Louis Terro Cotta Works. .day St. Louis, Mo.: The Winkle T.'rra by Cotta Works, just west of the city ving limits, were practically destroyed by his fire early yesterday. At 2 a. m. six rud- buildings were complately burned and a the loss was estimated at $400,000. At that hour the fire was considlxre3 under control. "s of Thirty Beef Trust Cases. her Washington: The United States rrom District Attorney and special attorn.ys hit from Chicago, who are to confer witit He the president in the beef trust inves with tigation, believe they can make thirty The cases out of the matter. The packers fired are complainilg of the government' methods of getting evidence. Torpedo. Boat Showed Up. Shainghai: A Russian torpedo boat ment which was towed in here yesterday re I the ports that she had been drifting for and six days with 180 men on board and Vhen a water supply short. The vessel was brass damaged forward and her crew has al. d an ready been transferred to the Russian transport interned at Woosung. Linevitch's Whereabouts. Sthe Tokio: Lieut. Gen. Linevitch is be. 1the lieved to be at Kunkchulian, eight unty miles west of Fakoman, with his main rialforce, his advance guard occupying the Fengswa and Itsungchu line. in a _ _ at at Killed Over a Dollar. night Hempstead, Texas: A.s a result o) a quarrel growing out of a controversy over a debt of $1, Reuben Norsweath er was shot dead near here yesterdlay and William Gatewood is under arrest d au- charged with the shooting. Both par prI ties are negroes. Gatewod claims e. self.defense. DANCER OF DUST IN MINESQ Peril is Pointed Out on a Paper by a Noted Engineer. At a rccenti iretig of mining en. 'inueers held in I.,,,d" . `W Ii. Picker. ing, lri' l.h minin i :.p,.' r. read a paper ,n "''l'lhe I)ot ) : 'r The irm. ,ortance of (dust a a factor nI colliery explosions was, heli .ai. nowi generally recogniz.ed and :Iender'tood. Provis. ions had been intreducli d ifn th:1' coal mine regunlation a('t regula !tirn the use of explosives in dry and di:st'y places and the "*explosiv, .in ctal l-miUis" or der had bce-n i: sued1 by the home sce rotary. In a few mines dust was systemati. cally laid by watering, but no wide. rpread effort had been made to strike at the root of the danger. Permitted explosives were only relatively safe, for each one of t-:e'n was capable of initiating an explosion under certain conditions. and it could not be too often repeated and emphasized that a dust explosion could be started in other ways than by an explosive. Ignition of fire-damp might result from a naked lamp or from a damaged or defective lump or from a spark from a pick or an electric spark, and this might be magnified by dust into a great explosion. Dust also increased the danger of underground fires. Obviously, the only way of remely. ing the danger was to keep the mines free from coal dust. by cutting off the supply or by other means. As long as dusty roads were allowed in the mines the coal industry -as under the dark shadow of a coming great disaster. The loroming danger was rcc anized by all and he submitted that this pe riod of peace and immunity was the time to take practical steps to avoid the darger. HIe believed a discusslon would show that it was reasonably practicahble to keep moist mines com paratively free from dust that was dangerous and this freedo:m would conduce to safety and to health and comfort as well. Afraid of Kansas Politicians. A man from a Kansas town walked pl, to the cashier's desk at one of the large hotels in Kansas City Saturday and, tossing a cheek for $100, said: "Cash that, please." "You'll have to be identified, sir," replied the young woman, pleasantly. "Why. I am a director in the hank on which that check's drawn, and I'm quite well known in politics over my way," he said "Did you say you are a politician?" asked the cashier. "Oh, a sort of a one," replied the man smiling. "That," came from the cashier, "makes pos. tive identification all the more neces sary." The man did not ask nhy, but hunted up a friend and was identified.. -Kansas City Times. .1 --- -c - What Is a Week? The question seems simple enough to answer in two seconds, yet it has occupied the Supreme Court of Vic toria for two days. The Factories Act provides that no girl shall be em ployed for more than forty-eight hours "'in any one week." A manufacturer was summoned for violating this pro vision; but he contended that the week should be reckoned not by the i calendar, but from pay-day to pay-day -that is, from Friday to Thursday In elusive. The magistrates decided that it was the correct interpretation, and the Supreme Court has indorsed their view. Ora' of the newest curlositiel in . biblical publicans is an edition ot the New Testament in Scotch dialect. '1 1 Here is a sample of the text: "Than " sal the Kingdom o' He'ven be like to B. ten maidens, taken ilk ane her aln ,. crusie, and gaun oot to meet the bride. groom." *When you go into mixed company the air you should carry with, you Sthere is that of fearing no one and 0$ wishing to offend no one. i A 10-year-old Topeka boy ate six dishes of ice cream and finished up on four bowls of Chili soup. The doctors thought he had appendicitis and oper. ated on him. But he didn't have it. FEED YOU MONEY. by Fix Peed Your Brain, and It Will Feed nai You Money and Fame. ". "Ever since boyhood I have been e- especially fond of meats, and I am convinced I ate too rapidly, and failed to masticate my food properly. "The result was that I found my ts self, a few years ago, afflicted with y ailments of the stomach and kidneys,.. itil which interfered seriously with mY business. "At last I took the advice of friendsa ty and began to eat Grape-Nuts instead 01 of the heavy meats, etc., that had con t'stituted my former diet. "I found that I was at once benefited by the ohange, that I was soon relierV ed from the heart-burn and the indl* oa t gestion that used to follow my meals, re that the pains in my back from my 9 kidney affection had ceased, showing Sthat those organs had been healed, and n that my nerves, which used to be un wa steady, and my brain, which was slow al a and lethargic from a heavy diet of na meats and greasy toods, had, not in a moment, but gradually, and none the. less surely, been restored to normal efficiency. Now every nerve is stead? be. and my brain andl tLhinking facultl ght are quicker and more acute than for a a years past. ing "After my old style breakl:fasts I used to sutler during the forenoa from a fetling of weakness which -Lin dered me seriously in my work, but' sk nince I have begun to use GraieNutI r rs food I can work till dinner time with ath- all ca.e and comfort." Name given byi -ay Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. 'r There's a reason. parp Read the little book, "The Road t m aWellville," in each pkg.