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Save the Trade-Mark Signature From SKINNERS Macaroni and SRSpaghetti Products and get a complete set of Oneida Community Par Plate Silverware free. Guaranteed lOyears. Beautiful Bridal Wreath pattern. Send us the coupon below and we will tell you all about it. Nine Kinds Skinner's Products I Macaroni 4 Cut Macaroni 7 Soup Rig.as 2 Spaghetti 5 ( ut Spaghetti 8 Alphabetos 3 Esg Noodles 6 Elbows 9 Vermiculli These delicious foods can be prepared 58 different ways to take the place of high-priced meat dishes. An economical, hearty food, perfectly balanced. . Skinner's Macaroni Products re marde from the finest dururn wheat, in the largest and cleanelt macaroni factory in Amenica. Get a complete set o! O: eid a (r :munity / Par l'ateP5dIverwar" wch >kinner's NIu a m'II' Pr lduc's i end tf.e cpr lr fo : de. talis. No Ui)ii fil-n whitCever. I. te * C o meantime Lbuy ,k unrcf's products / ,tD at your grocer's I:.ieaper if you O Cm,.. HNb. Sj pget th."n bty he case 24 P P.as ,.sd mr pack iges, andi save the " f,.! i et . n circle c,nta ln th ;ltnr a al n ,Iy ,;,et . C lr n .+" , ' - s'tin aga'.tre Algood ý. e war. grocers sell skinner's * FRi l: . 'h 5,nner'S Macarnt Products. Macr·csri I'rom,:, ts. Skinner Mfg. Co. Nam ........................... Lar',"e M aron ................................. S Factory in Americe t Dept. D / Address. ................................ Omsha * Nob. Twn .,..................... State....... UL-EN-OL THE CREAT ANTISEPTIC Exter,.ally fee CUTS, WOUNDS BURNS, BRUISES Internally for CRAMPS AND COLIC bold by drorelate FINLAY, DICIS A CO. NEW ORLEANS If YOU HAVE Malaria or PUle sIk iteadache, Costve Bowe*. Dumb Ague, Sour tomach, sad BeIchingi If your food does not asslallete and you have no appetite, Tutf's Pills g remedy these troubles. Prlc, 25 ost. TRY THE OLD RELIABLE SINTERSH ITH' SCHILL TONIC For MALARIA ?, ER" A FINE GENERAL STRENGTHENING TONIC Mitchell's Varly Double I'rulltir (otton de flea boll we-vll Insrl'ts, dlsease, frost and un favorable tseas,,no Alth greatest profit and ylids ,n r. r i rTh. pro ,f sent free. 100 Ibs seed 15 liugar Loaf Form, Youngaile, N. Y. The Only Inference. "MSrs. t hhlt mi:,h distrossed." "What's th, tr1u:l ?"i "Mr. ('ohblhs talks in his slhop." "Can't she understand what he says?" Not Oray Istlr hut Tired Eyes make is look older t;han we are. Keep your Eves young and you will lnk younT. After the Movies Murine Your Eyes. Don t tell your age. Marine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, Sends Eye Book on request. Aluminum alloy pistons in motor-car engines wear excellently with the usual lubrication. DON'T GAMBLE that your heart's all right. Make sure. Take "Renovine"-a heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.-Adv. About 25,000 Incancescent lamp fila ments can be made from one pound of tungsten. Pneumonia? Apply Hanford's Bal. sam. Rub it on and rub it in thor oughly, until the skin Is irritated. Adv. Even a botanist may not be able to recognize a blooming idiot when he sees one. For frostbites use Hanford's Bal sam. Adv. British India's 1914 imports were valued at $508,000,000. ANURIC! The Newest Discovery in Chemistry This is a recent discovery of Dr. Pierce, who is head of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, N. Y. Experiments at Dr. Pierce's Hospital for several years proved that there is no other eliminator of uric acid that can be compared to it. For those easily recognized symptoms of nflammatio-- as backache, scalding ne and frequent urination, as well s sediment in the urine, or if uric acid in the blood has caused rheuma tism, it is simply wonderful how sure ly "Anuric" acts. The beat of results are always obtained in cases of acute rheumatism in the joints, in gravel and gout, and invariably the pains and stiffneas which so frequently and per sistently accompany the disease rap idly disappear. Oo to your nearest drug store and simply ask for a 50-cent package of "Anuric" manufactured by Dr. Pierce, or even write Dr. Pierce for a large trial package (10c). If you suspect kidney or bladder trouble, send him a sample of your water and describe symptoms. Dr. Pierce's chemist will examine It, then Dr. Pierce will report to you without fee or charge. NOTE. - "Anuric" is thirty-seven times more active than lithia in elimi nating uric acid, and is a harmless but reliable chemical compound that may be safely given to children, but should be used only by grown-ups who actu ally wish to restore their kidneys to perfect health, by conscientiously using one box-or more in extreme cases-as "Anuric" (thanks to Dr. Pierce's achievement) is by far the most perfect kidney and bladder cor rector obtainable. " HRheumatism! How is rheumatism recognized ? Some have aid I Rheumatism is a dull pain. 1 I Rheumatism is a sharp pain, l l Rheumatism is sore muscles. $ l Rheumatism is stiff joints. l I Rheumatism is a shifting pain. X All have declared-Rheumatism is Pain. x Sloan's Liniment applied: The blood begins to flow freely-the body's Ill warmth is renewed-the congestion disap. l pears--the pain is gone. Sloan's Liniment KILLS PAIN (GUARANTEED) K Rheumatism and allied pains yield to the penetrat ing qualities of this warming liniment. MI KIIMxxxMxxMMxMMIMMM COMPRESS COTTON RULES AMENDED BY COM ISSION Applicat on aie by Ralr:. +s Ap Fro.'ed-P;rt inspect'-s to Be Mairtaiced He:-eattc. I I th , .[ e . ", t: i . . . i '. . ('1 ,' , ', • a +- a , . r :. tl , . .+',. + - t ,', ,t, i, '' ' it : . , a ', tI' Ir a l ti 11\ iflt 44! 4 > ::'i ·ll : 1 ii, ' I1I real '(tItiltnl t 5 hi thle 44t; n tl !1 tlhe i tre'nitin'lr, to l' oprrated i t Il .ni in l 'roo rtin toi their "earnine on s u'h 'hip rl tnts. OIL PRODUCTION IN TEXAS IN 1915 26,000,000 BARRELS Humble and Cushing Fields Show In crease-Some Other States Have a Decrease. Washington.-T'he increase in the quantity of oil maarketed durint, 1;415. as shown b}y a preli I . tnary . tateniet I (,issued by the Inited States i'ologi cal survey on petroleum pl'roduction. is accounted for in the ; ontinu -Iud muitput in large quantities Irot, t he I ti'uhiti g field during the first half of tne year, and from the humble pool in Texas during the entire year, as well as ly oi the discovery andll r-i. developmet The lepartm tint estita00tes tAue 1 rease of 1.So8me0i. iompared with save Texas, Lousiana and eklahona sh)ow a fallhn o ft n production. .tatni hoiase reord is tS, ttes birrelts. ani increase of more than 1.'0','0i bar rl s. The ptrodulet on of Texast is plact aot .l the ollutbarrIs, an tin. lana fields lritiab itI S't in i, e bar Wild Ga s Well Largest Yet Known. fciorl s d risng the - hl roic efforts are bitro made tlo sabe the lin as well rti ught nt Fridv ye the suffey ta'mpatty at its lease in t le lte Sotit field sv en nills from torpus tIi risti. Experts who hart visited the field front 'istot, lh:iunont aind ot twr ponts are unaan Iotis in theiri stathedt tat tue wa te, w theat doubt is the biggest -asser in Amerie, the estita t, otr It prodiuction beitng s1, . water. To save the well, great quanti is of ca sling, old p114 and iron and orther heavy substances have been plated arounh the well. The kasing has teen set for 2, 50 feet in cement and. it is hoped that this will be suf lWashington.ll, -Wool production in the ofnited States during 1915 was es timated Saturday by trie department of agriculture at 288.777,00 pounds. Its value was $6757e.818, or $14,000,o e " , morie than last yetar, although the total ltl1 production was 1,415,000 pounds less tha' In 1914. Last of Monitor Crew Dead. Philadelphia, Pa.-Willlam Durst, said to be the sole survivor of the crew of the Monitor, which engaged the Mertieac ino the ohistoric battle in t Slau0ptu Roads dilyed Tuesday from Bond Issue at Tyler Carries. Tyler. Tex.-The election Tuesday olds be voted to construct an entire ;r.evw water works system carried. PRESIDENT DISCUSSED PAN-AMERICAN POLICY FIRM UNION O0' PAN-AMERICAN NATIONS URGED BY PRESI DENT WILSON, FOR PERýAtEN' T PEACE Plan Is to Unite in Guaranteeino Each Other Abs,,iute Polit:cal dnd Terri tortal InJependence-Settie D.s putes by Arbitration. Etc. g o , t-' ' I ,;11r s }' ,, ',\ rI.;lt.1' :, I; . ... .i1". ,'I r I -ON r ' , V' : - ,, ; "I . ' , " . " .1 n tt S ,, , ,id i he -preL ý b u tl . ,. al , 'I r r1 mhy i n, ,- rt b) th. t t r .in ".\ _ r,., ) !is <,.tit , ] , ; h r,, ii 1t1O,, ia t' wa to m t t hat.;1 H:try -d 1 ,-h e . ....e o. I t ,r :l, y tdr ral I. i t Ie d' . te t'd 1 IIae t re,'Ii Iit n' A tirit m t d Is' .h th , d t!,tin dia "o ,-t ' ilo Fe lrrat 1' ti'ucl'ec ,,-, the , li - t Ie said,'hi , ..ro a auth oaritye ,btieni that the ii -v tri , did gno irtiote it . ttitude 'hI. Uni States would assume toward other na tonHe sa of the h emisphere and onsays quently the other nations had been dis truad stbeful and alwit.ul he main Enthusiastic applause from the dole ates reeted by the Unitd dentates n its oar abilthity to but that the prnt to gret thrine idon nogress at its opening sesonwhat attitde the Unpresi-ted St"I hates would asuve bmen told so much about the procngs of the hemisphe one andress thatcns I uenl that I can hecongratuions had been dis-yo tht increasing sense of it.omradeshi and intimate intercourse which has marked its sessions from day the delay;e and it is a very hay ciregrcumat his ince in our toview thpresent thiso grehapst the on gress at ital and singucc sessful ofn, the prmeet dent said: "I have been told so much about the proceedings of this conressess should have o curred in the capital of our own coun try, because we shgraulate yould wish to regardpon the increasing sense of comradeship this as thimate untiversal place wherch ideas worth while are exchainged rcumance in oushared. The drawint this, ptherha ofps the Americas, ladies and successful of the meet-n, has therefore to ee this congresats, should have oc-p curred in, Tex c.-The annual of our own coun of the comaniersa of thee Texas Na tional Guard by captain James M. Love, U. S. A., inspector-instructor of te cording tod announcem entle made, Satur i Relief of Destitute Jewa sa. t thecago, It ee-huringe the last year 1,500,000 pounds of foodstuffs were sppedn to Palestine for the relief of the destitute Jews, according to the reporti of Nathan D. Kaplan, president of the KnGghs of Zione, made Monday Ato the nin, eteenth annual convention of the society otheas Would Prodecute Oyater Men. oWashinrton.,Prosecution of oysteu r dealer found guilty of the practice of adding fresh water to shucked oysters Teso as to greatly Increase their size, in violation of the food aned drugs act, hwill be recommended by the depart ment of agrlctlture. Trevin to Commanding on Bortder. El Paeso, Tex.- General Jacrinto Tre diction on the Mexicpan border from poinets opposite Brownsville, Texas, to comm ander of the northeastern corps of the Mexican army. Sentenced to Die htn Pa-is. otenced to death Maria Jose Dei Pasi, 25 years old, a naturalized Argenttn military information from Marseilles and Paris to German agents. General Union Congress Called. London--The labor party Saturday called a general trades union congress om January 6 to consider the governp ment's proposal retarding compulsion mor single men. ASSESSED VALUATION OF PROPERTY IN TEXAS Comptrcl!er's Annual Report :'ows Schedule !,:n'ase of T ree \:.. on in State&' Sp;ndinj Money. hi ;t';1 ~1 1 i` t'' T . i , I ) : r 1 : ,' 1:, 'M ] n I ' . , , ! 't a t '' 1 '.'I"l ,. _., i : $ 1 11 1 1 ol', f , fr, . th rI'. ll. 1. ' r , :; tt.l' " 1 . l:1 l l,' 1li, n', ,' ' 1 . S ',', ,' ttalue an' a d1' rAi :, of , ,. ,t'!in I 7"it a n " a 1- o a ý e x. -' -1l, in i n e r in $ x5t,030 in f lue ivalue $ 1s,41. 1loes, ' 3.59,. valle n.,7; an Incrase of 1, ::3l in val'e, but ia d crease of 17.33 in numbehr. 14 in valu Ie. S t1hiles of 'all kils. $3.35, valu' l e1 at 1e2.3.4 ; an; ati idncr" eas of '1,2It, in value and 9r ,,u n o m ' I" iler. hGoo4'' . I 9ar0s nd merhan 3 val- I, ued at 1ranof.4574 a denreise of n6, MIaterals and t m1nuf5cturers' arti 1lS2, n,va.,lSa; a. increase of n,2, ,.anu facturers' tool.) , implmnt. Steam engines and 1 oilrs, $11,881, 1a,; increase o 1,79, 72. "mlo.nt of mone: in hanks, etc., $5,553.5;3 incre.se $51,898. Gaount of credit of banks, etc., 34, 99,9increase in number 1443 and in Amount of money ot934,598r than $2993367 anks ncea24.69; of $11,11 in value, but a de Mloney on hn d or on 'de-osit, $19, cre138,as decrease $3 13 in number. Dogsount of credit other than $25,109: anks, ,8decrease of 30:4 in number and $12,-,16,683 14Amount an alue of stocks andin value. ehiles Amount all kind 5435, value of shares of c tal stock, $28, ,4 61 an increase of $1,24, alue of "all' Irop.rt of companies, corporin value and 92,170 in nu6.9,1 inreaser. $ l82. (,46. GoodStae war antional beran, dise, val ed at $ 43; a decreasdecrease .of .$6,-,. Maiterials and manufacturmber of mies, Sl9 eI7; !,59n n , u $3.4,4,1a,9'inst 4les, miles in 1$2,90,76; an increvalue of $2,-incrasd u.29,541. Manufacturers' tool.;, imphlements ,,alu, of railroad rollina stock, $33, and machinery, $55716;; increascreae 512.148. Steam engines and toilers, $11,867; de 525: increascrease $1,2$4,75 96,,1 96,472. Interurban of , none given an 115; inetc., 1,14 246.69 miles were assessed, valued at fb,9c8,4ec. 969.e2 miles, valued at .12,990,al82, against 37,677.8 In 1914; increase of 1914, 1,870.14 miles were assessed, nvalued ant 4, n n e8,868. Steamboats, sailing vessets, etc., $2, 131,031; increase $5,723,126. Schmidt was convicted Thursday ofa first degree murder as the accompl$e Mup of the os Angeles Times building 'harles Hert, 8one of thcrease 2,twenty victimsna of the Times exploon. The jury was out forty-six minutes. Naw Early Spring on Mar1. tarl in progress at the Lowell Ob tion of the theory of seasonal depnd mence of the planets canals upon the,, ating increased activity with adanc ing Aortng, while the southern canals are faint in their autumnal declines. Th seanon In the northern hem$9, spiere of barn Is now late in April. Everyone S ,,u Drink Hc;t V', Wash rw;iy al the : er, ad b ,; ' . fore bre"' " > :. To fl y, :r :: out, to fe , . . tO c.Kat y ..r breath or i colds, rhumatU : r .;. ",;. ach, you mugt ',.:t, : e )ou bathe ou:Ilie more im(portart. b .-' pures d]. wt .L absor, : the blooId, while the 1 'v says a w.ll-kniiwn To keep theoc p.o;:,-.. in, well fusnhed from tt,: Ft :Lver, kidneys and bow's fore breakfast each day, ai wa. tor with a toasloonfu ton mhosphate in It. This Knee, purify and freshcn the ': :neu. tary tract, before lut;tin. food into thr stImach. Got a quarter pound .::one phosph,te fromu yoir Jr*r r at the store. It is inexpy .. ',, 1:,,l al, most tasteless, except ,sourish tinge which is not unp,"rh,e, Drink phlosPhaite hot water e\ :. riing to rid your syrtnem of tb;,,' \ . I. sons and toxins; also to hieir formation. 'To fuel like young f ' :Ike you felt before your blo , .. and muscles became eaturatU(! .:: Si ac. cumulation of body poi,nd, ) a:, this treatment and above all, ki.."p, it up! As soap and hot wanter act on Ij:, skin, cleansing, sweetening and pu: lying, so limestone phosphat) all it water before breakfast, act on t;.. :to:ach, liver, kidneys and bowels.---A,.v. Just for the Trip. "Our friend Twoddle is a pl'ential peace crusader." "What do you mean by that " "If we were invitid to go along with all expenses paid, he'd accept the invi, tation regardless of whether peaci were in sight or not." SYRUP OF FIGS FOR A CHILD'S BOWEL It is cruet to force nauseatin harsh physic into a sick child. Look back at your childhood da Remember the "dose" mother insist on-castor oil, calomel, catharti How you hated them, how you foug against taking them. With our children it's differen Mothers who cling to the old form a, physic simply don't realize what the do. The children's revolt is wellfound ed. Their tender little "insides" injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver bowels need cleansing, give only d elous "California Syrup of Flgs." I action Is positive, but gentle. Mill of mothers keep this harmless "'r luaative" handy; they know childr love to take it; that it never falls clean the liver and bowele and swe en the stomach, and that a teaspoon given today saves a slek child too row. Ask at the store for a 50-cent bot of "California Syrup of Pigs," whl has full directions for babies, child of all ages and for grown'ups plal on each bottle. Adv. Playing Safe. "Grigge is throwing his money a right and left since he made that ing in war stocks." "I don't blame him. That's the b way to make sure that Wall str won't get it all back again." CARE FORYOUR HAIR Prequent Shampoos With Cutlo 8oap Will Help You. Trial Frese. i Precede shampoo by touches of tioura Ointment if needed to ( of dandruff, itching and irritation- the scalp. Nothing better for thebs ploiion, hair, hands or skin these super-creamy emollients. as preparatlons for the toilet Ire, sample each by mail with Address postcard, Cutleura, Dept. Boaston. Sold everywhere.--Adv, m A pessimist says that the 5 way to avoid trouble, escape ships and dodge calamities is to yount. Whenever You Need a General T Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's T chill Tonic is equally valuable as a eral Tonic because it contains the known tonic properties of QUININE IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive Malaria, Enriches the Blood and up the Whole System. 50 cents We would all be generou, all time if someone else would f the wherewithal. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are be*t for bowels and stomach. One hlttle I'ellI a laxative-three fur a catharoc.-A Cupid can see a silver lining dark cloud. Ther are 1.400,000 cattle in ion.