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THE MARION DAILY MlfcfrOR, WEDNBSDAY, JANUARY 4, 191fr
WOMEN DO NOT
. WANT SUFFRAGE
Colorado Legislature May
IS PRONOUNCED FAILURE
Denver Attorney Interviewed In New
York Declares System Is Success
In Rural Districts but That In Cap
ital Vot;s of Certain Class of
Women Are Controlled by One
Man Magazine Article Leads to
Investigation by Politicians.
Now York, Jan. 4. J. W. Burbee,
a lawyer of Grealoy, Colo., said at tho
Belmont that when he left Denver
the place was In the grip of a bliz
zard and tho mercury had almost
sunk out of sight, but everybody was
warmly discussing the probable abo
lition of woman suffrage by the In
"That Is tho subject which just
now 13 paramount In Colorado," said
Mr. Barbee. "The agitation caino on
Buddenly, following an article In a
woman's magazine which purported
to bo an exposition of woman's suf
frage as practiced In Colorado. Mrs.
Goddard, wife of ono or our su
premo court justices, took up tho
matter, and agreed with the writer
of the article, who took the ground
that woman's suffrage In Colorado
had been a failure. Tho agitation de
veloped rapidly, much to tho surprise
of the politicians, for It tuinod out
.that thcro wcro a great many moro
'women In the state who did not want.
tho ballot than most people liatl
dreamed. One of tho Dener papers
Interviewed members of the Incom
ing legislature and found an aston
ishing number who were opposed to
woman's surf rage, whllo many of the
others said that If a mnjoiltj of the
women of Colorado were shown to bo
against sufftage, they would be In fa
vor of taking it awoj.
"An article In tho constitution of
tho state gives tho right of suffrngo
to 'every person oer tho age of 21.'
Tho legislators have gone so far as to
have a bill prepared Inserting tho
(word 'male' before 'person,' and this
bill will undoubtedly be Introduced In
tho legislature, which moots a week
from today. f course an amend
ment to the constitution would have
to be submitted to the people, but It
looks as if sentiment In Colorado
were growing in fnor of such an
Mr. Barbee said that personally his
position In the matter Is a neutral
one, and said that from 'observation
ho believed woman sulfrage had
worked well in tho rural districts,
but had been unsatisfactory in Den
ver, where tho votes of a certain
class of women were controlled by
Gallagher Goes on Trial.
New York, Jan. 4. Aft it listening
for more than six hours to testimony
as to the mental condition of Jamas
T. Gallagher, who tried to kill Mayor
Gaynor In Hoboken on Aug. ii lust, li
Jury in tho court of oyr and termi
ner, Jersey City, leturned a erdlct
that Gallagher is sane. He was there
fore placed on trial this tnoinlng on
an indictment charging htm with as
sault on. Street Cleaning Commission
er Edwards with Intent to 1,111. Ed
wards' arm was glazed by a bullet
from Gallagher's levohor whit h was
fired as the commissioner boro tho
discharged dock emplo.ve to tho dock
of the steamship a moment nfter tho
major was shot.
Is printed on the outer wrapper of every bottle of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
and it is the only medicine for woman's peculiar ailments,
sold by druggists, the makers of which feel fully warranted
in thus taking the afflicted into their full confidence
The more known about the composition of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the more
confidently will invalid women rely upon it
to cure their peculiar weaknesses and dc
ranQemcnts. There's no secrecy about its
jmakC'Upno deceptive inducements held out
to the afflicted. It's simply a good, honest,
square dcal medicine with no alcohol, or
injurious, habit-forming drugs in its compo
sitlon. Made wholly from roots. It can do no harm in any
condition of woman's organism.
Devised and put up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woman's
maladies. Its ingredients have the indorsement of leading physicians in all
schools of practice.
The "Favorite Prescription" is known everywhere as the standard remedy
for diseases of women and lias been so regarded for the past 40 years and more.
Accept no secret nostrum in place of "Favorite Prescription" a medicine OF
KNOWN COMPOSITION, with a record of 40 years of cures behind it.
It's foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested
medicines sometimes urged upon the afflicted as "just as good" or Letter than
1 "Favorite Prescription." The dishonest dealer sometimes insists that he knows'
I what the proffered substitute is made of, but you don't and it is decidedly for your
,j,. interest that you should know what you are taking into your stomach and system ex
it, pecting it to act as a curative. To him its only a difference of profit. 1 herefore,
iY insist on having Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
bend il one-cent stampa to pay cost or mailing only on a tree copy of Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages cloth-bound. . ',
WTmtVa TWrnnan, "liArn A cerM-M.jf inn Prnnt'ianrr Xi T Dto. 'iVT F
Ifo-Bsicjept, Buffalo, N,Y.
vrvMw A-Mopwuaiu y
Iii Search of Keller.
Tilal IMeKtiKO of blunt I'm JjspopM
Tho world in full of disordered
stomachs ami 90 per cent, of the
money spent upon physicians und
drugs goes in an attempt to cute the
People are made to belleo that In
order to gain health they must doctor
their stomnohs and ino cathartics. So
tho doctor gets bin fee for the stom
ach trentment and tho druggist for
the plijMo, until tho sntngs of a life
time uro cMinusteu and yet no cure.
Let's be reasonable.
Tho sick stomuch is In every case
I ho result of over-eating, hurried nms
tlcutlou and improper choleo of foods
Tho mucous lining Jill tho wav tlown
the food tract loses its nonsitlvcneqi,
ltid when food is forced down tht
muscles fall to reMpond. Thev do not
churn tho food as they should. Tho
glunds o longer give out gastric Juice
to dissolve the food nnd lender it tap
able of assimilation. The man has
become a. dyspeptic.
There Is ono sure way and only one
to bring posltlvo relief. Put into that
stomach of yours the very element
that its lacks to get that food into
liquid form. It takes pepsin, dlastas?,
golden seal and other ferments to ac
complish this. Tho healthy stomnch
contains theso elements. Tho dyspep
tic stomnch lacks pait or all of them
Wtunrt's Djspepsia Tablet Is made up
of Just what tho dyspeptic stomnali
lacks nature's digestives.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets aro not
a medicine, not a drug, nor a cathar
tic. They do not euro anybody of
uuythlng but dyspepsia and indiges
tion and such ailments as arlso from
poorly digested food.
Willie they digest tho food the stom
ach recuperates. Tho mucous mem
brane is coming out of its stupor, the
gastric Julco Is coming to the surface,
the muscles aro regaining their pow
er, livery organ of tho body takes
on now life, tho skin gains color, nnd
the ejes aro no longer tinged with
yellow. You ll'o.
Why doctor and why drug yourself
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will take
rare of jour food whllo naturo curfcs
Try a bo at jour druggists, no
lents. Or, If ou prefer a freo trial
packago before liuvlng, send your
hHine and nddroos today. F. A. Stuart
Co. ir,0 Stunrt Bids. Marshall. Mich.
BANDITS ROB PULLMANS
Negro Porter Killed and Passengers
Relieved of Valuables.
Ogden, Utah, Jan. I. Southorn Pa
cllle passenger train No. 1, tho Over
land Limited, westbound, was held
up by two masked bandits at Ileese,
nine miles west of Ogdon. William
Davis, a negro porter, was shot and
Instantly killed. A. W. Taj lor, an
other porter, was mortally wounded,
and n pascenger was slightly wound
ed. Ono hundred passengers on the
train were rollcvod of tholr valuables
Tho robbers did not attempt to en
ter the express car, but devoted their
entile attention to the Pullmans,
where thoy made a rich haul among
the Californla-bnund passengers,
holding tho train for moro than an
J'our. No psssenger escaped the rob
Itrs and the tralnmim alio loit tholr
money and Jewelry.
Low Temperature Ranges From Ken
tucky to Georgia,
Atlanta. U.i.. .Ian. 1. The south Is
in the worst bll..aid of the season.
I 'oi 12 hours the mercury has been
steadily falHn? and went as low as 20
In Atlanta. Dispatches from nil oor
the aouth lndlcalo that the blUnrd
Is general In Kentucky. Tonneaseo,
Mississippi, Alabama, northern Lou
isiana and noithem llenrgla. Theie
has been n hoavj fall of snow and
hleet and street railway traffic Is In
tel ruptcd In homo cities. The' tele
ivaph and telephone sen Ices are alao
irjLV.utv.ui iissui.iui.iuii, i wjuLiia, iv. r. A 1CI tC. 1VJ ,' 1.
TWO PERiSH IN FUMES
Set Fire io Building Rather
HOLD OUT FOR TEN HOURS
Secretary Orders Horse
Guards Fioin Tower When I,
500 Fnlice Acknowledge Defeat-Dead
Bandits Were Mem
bers of a Dcspetate Criminal
Loudon, Jan. 4. A street battle
was witnessed In the Kast Ihid of
London, nl n spot wltMn a mile nnd
a hnlf of the Mansion House, and
even nearer the Tower of London.
Theie nre now Ijlng In tho mortunrj
of the London hospital, only a couple
of hundred yards from the sceno of
tho astonishing action, the charred,
unrocognlznbln remains of two men
who, for more thnn 10 hours, hold at
bay 100 picked guardsmen nnd 1,500
London police, and then perished tin
captured. The heme secretary him
telf and thousands o' people watched
tho amazing spcctaclo hour after
hour Io Its dramttlc close.
Hcr shire that Friday night when
i!e unarmed policemen boldly
tackled n band of bin filar?, who made
good their escape after Killing three
ollUers, the pollco hne been search
ing for the desperadoes. Three ar
rests were mndo of men who tho po
lice were confident woie members of
the murdering gang, one hnlng been
found dying, a,nd two others, with a
Tho police believed they had track
ed theso down In a four-stoiy tene
ment house In Sjdnej street, Step
noy. A careful watch was kept nnd
tenants of the suspected dwelling nnd
adjoining houses wore (pilslly but
hnstlly withdrawn. The female ac
complice cf the suspected nun was
nncsted quietly by a ruse tho pollco
getting ono cf the Inmatoc of the
house to call her down stairs en the
pretext of helping with an Invalid.
Armed dt'cetfves took pouscuslcn of
tho adjoining houses, while armed
pollco stirroi'nded tie home. Ccu
loophole af escape to tho neighboring
streets was cut off.
Then In the dark of the early
morning, when It was hoped their
prey would b asleep, a party of arm
d police, carrying cltetrlc torches,
n.iproncheu the house. Itut the sus
pected men wru nleit. Some noise
must have botruyed tho police, for on
the instant a fusllUdo of bulloU
poured thinugh a window.
The detectives retired at once.
Mote police were summoned. The
besieged kept up a desultory llrlng,
which the police leturned, but Inef
fectively. Then Sergi-aut Lesion
headed an attempt to mull the house
from tho back lie fell at oiue, so
erely wounded In the chest Ills
comrades can led lilin off nifa.iv nnd
thereafter all Idea of rushing tho
house wns abandoned.
The besieged men kopt Up h contin
uous fire, which was ns continuously
answered. Squad after squad of po
lice arrived. Kverj coign of vantnge
was occupied, at corners, In arch
ways and on roofs Flist from ono
window nnd then npother cf tho two
upper Bioiles tho besieged fired from
time to time. Indicting slight wounds
on policemen or civilians. Bullet nf
ter bullet crashed through tno win
dows, but none found Its mark.
Finally the police communicated
with the liomo secretary. Decision
was lrmtiodlately taki n to cnll out the
military. In less than half an hour
100 Scots Guards, quartet ed In the
Tower of London, gray-coated, with
rllles on their shoulders, 100 rounds
of ball cartrld&es In each pouch, and
with them a Maxim gen, swung Into
the field of action to old 1,500 men In
their attack upon tlio fortress held
by two. Kery guni'dsninn was a
"Now," shouted the crowd, "they
have them," ami n strange crowd It
wns. The scene of tho affray mlghl
havo been In some far-off land In
stead of In the heart of the British
empire. Foreigners from nearly every
country on tho faco of tho globe
formed tho major port of tho crowd
The crowd watched tho sky grad
unlly redden ns Pro engulfed the
premises. Some of the soldiers open
ed fire from windows of an opposite
fortress. Others lay at full length In
the street, while crack shots occu
pled a loft In n ncigboring brewery,
keeping up n steady lire, which at
last seemed to daunt tho defenders,
but for long tho battle raged.
, The defenders did not lack ctur
nge. Now at ono window, then at
another, a smoke-blackened hand
holding a Mauser pistol was sepn,
nnd hnlf a dozen shots would be
poured nt tho nssnulters. In a couplo
of seconds tjio bullets af the guards
men and tho police shattered tho
woodwork and pitted tho sill and
brickwork by hundreds. Still the do
fenders rcmnlned unhurt, still they
replied with shot nfter shot, but the
end enmo at last.
Then smoko bognn to crcop out of
the windows of the tenement house.
The besieged had preferred death to
surrender. Showers of charred paper
blow through a window, suggesting
the destruction of documents. Tho
smoke grow denser and llames ap
peared. Flro engines in plenty wcro
ready, but tho lire tho besieged had
created was left to accomplish what
the soldiers and pollco had failed to
do. Tho soldiers continued to pour a
rapid lire lnlo the blnzlng house, but
now theio was no rcplj'. For CO min
utes this continued, Then two shots
were hoard within, This was tho last
sign fiom tho despernto defenders.
A few minutes Inter tho roof nnd
copings wero falling and tho ground
floor windows wero belching flames.
When tho lire and heat wcro subdued
two charred bodies at last 10 warded
tho day Ions; efforts of tho pollco and
Never before In all tholr record of
long centuries had the Itoj-al Horso
artillery been warned for duty In
London, with Instructions to 1111 their
limbers with case shot and shrapnel,
but London wns spaied a bombard
ment by the self-lighted funeral pjre.
The authorities deliberately choso
this method of securing their prey,
but when tho press nnd public fully
realized the naturo of this whole epi
sode, which no Imagination could
hao conceived ns posslblo In the
capital of n cMIIed state, It will bo
strange If n feeling of strong Indigna
tion will not bo manifested.
Tho Scots Guards In action, a Max
im and two other guns ready for bat
tle, bullet-swept stieots, men wound
ed In an assault, a house allowed to
blaze and burn to tho ground, a go
ornment minister, n regimental com
mandor nnd tho highest pollco oill
clals In chnrgo of tho proceedings
and all to enpturo two despernto bur
glars. Papers Criticise Churchill.
London, .Inn. 4. This morning's
papeis in discussing tho Stepney af
fair express oinnzomont nnd Indigna
tion. As was to be expected, tho
question Is raised, was there no other
way of doallng with a couplo of dos
jwradoos than tho astonishing plan
of besieging tho .house nnd raining
bullets on It? and" thq government Is
asked to explain. Tho government
Journals, antlolpntlng this, tnlco pains
to defend tho courso taken, for which
Mr, Churchill, ns hend of tho coun
try's forces of law and oidcr, is ulti
DyiNG MAN PLEADS GUILTY
Sends Grandson to Tell Judgo Blair
He Sold Hi's Vote.
Portsmouth, O , .fan. 4. Hecauso
tho common njcnfi couii has been so
busy ne,eoptliik; picas In the election
br!l)orysCHSCb, nrthlty of tho grand
Juiy was suspended until Filday. Tho
streets of West Union again wero
thionged with offenders, nnd church
women ueivcd golfco and sandwiches
freely. MniK of thot.o who camo to
nppoar In court had trudged long dis
tances through tho snow and cold.
Jnmcs Fleming of Wrlghtsvllle, O.,
a first oter, In pleading guilty nlBO
put In a similar pica (or his nged
gt-mdfathei'. tlP.iuider Fleming, a
civil war M-itrnn. who is about to
die. 119 rem word to tho court that
ho wanted to .'confess before his
d&ath but that ho would bo unable o
leave home. Judge Blair disfran
chised both. Sjxty additional Indict
menta wore returned, brltiulng tho to
tal number qU Indictments up to
HIDDEN DANGERS' '
Naturo Gltcs Timely Warnings Tliat
No Marion Citizen Can Afford
from tho kidney secretions. They
will warn you when tho Uldneyo aro
sick. Woll kldnoj'3 excroto a cloar,
amber fluid. Sick kidneys send out
a thin, pale nnd foamy, or a thick
rod, ill-smelling urine, full of sod
lmont nnd irregular of passage
DANGER. SIGNAL- NO 2 comes
from tho baclc. Dock pains, dull nnd
heavy, or sharp and acute, tell you
of sick kidneys and warn you of tho
approach of dropsy, diabetes and
Brlght'B dlseaso. Doan'a Kidnoy
Pills euro sick kldnoys 'and euro
them permanently. Hero is proof
In tho statement of a nearby resi
Mrs. E. E. Dlrst, Bumford St.,
nichwood. Ohio, says: ''Doan's Kid
ney Pills wero used by a member
of my family for backacho and othor
troubles, caused by disordered kld
noj's. This remedy gave groat ro
llof, strengthening tho back nnd kld
noj's nnd acting as a tonlo. In viow
of our oxporlonco with Doan'a Kid
ney Pills, wo consider thorn far su
perior to any othor kidnoy mcdlclno
j(nd wo alwapp tvdvJso tjhelr uso
when tho opportunity Is given."
For salo by all doalors. Price BO
cents. rjoster-Mulburn Co., Buf
falo, New York, solo agents for tho
Remember tho name Doan's and
tnlco no other.
SPEAKER CANNON IS
TO GET BIG LEGACY
Unknown Party Leaves Him $2,
500,000 In Bombay, India,
Washington, Jan. 4. Speaker Can
non received a lettor from King,
King &. Compnnj', bankers of Horn
bnj India, notlfjlng him that a wom
an client of theirs, whoso name Is
mentioned In the letter, having been
warned by her physicians that sho
hnd less than six months to live,' had
dcpojlted with them her will for ex
ecution upon her death, In which
Josopn G. Cannon of Dnnvillc, 111., Is
made solo heir to an estate valued at
500,300 approxlmntoly $2,500,000.
Uncle Joe did not fnlnt from shock,
nor docs he Intend to spend any of
tho money In ndvnnce.
Tho legacy, according to tho letter
of notification, docs not drop on
Uncle Joo out of a clear sky without
rhymo or reason. It Is explained that
many j'cnrs ago Mr. Cannon, then a
hard-working membor of tho rank
and llo of tho houso of representa
tives, did a favor, or as tho letter ex
presses It, "a great docd of kindness"
for n man then poor and struggling,
from whom he could havo expected
no return. That man went to India,
worked hard, mndo lnestments, was
phenomenally fortunate nnd accumu
lated a great estate. Upon his denth
ho left tho ontlio cstato to King,
King & Company's client for llfo,
with tho stipulation that upon her
death it was to rovert to Mr. Cannon.
TIRED OP FARCE GAMES
National Commission Puts Ban on
Scrub After-Season Tours.
Cincinnati, 0 Jnn. 4. Tho nation
al baseball commission at Its meet
ing heic passed a rule prohibiting tho
world's champions from plnjlng any
games after winning tho "world's
chnmplonshlp. The commission wns
led to lake this action following tho
sorry showing of tho Philadelphia
Athletics lit Cuba. Tho commission,
however, does not Intend to Interfero
In tho playing of fall games and
bnrnsioimlng tours of other teams,
but nil will be notified that thoy must
put regular teams in tho Held and
not mnko a farco of tho national
While a schedule has not yet boon
completed, It Is understood that tho
two major leagues will open April 12
und closo Oct. 8. Tho volume of busi
ness transacted by tho commission
tho past jT?ar was the greatest since
Its organization, according to tho re
imrt of Chairman Herrmann, Chair
man Herrmann was reelected, as
wns Secretary John K. Bruco.
CATARRH OF STOMACH
Kenton, O., Nov. 28, l'JIO.
Dr. A. I IlUMton, Fostoriaro.:
Dear Sir I havo taken two bottles
of your Avonatono Catarrh Rcmertj-,
and I fool like a now man. rhayo suf
feroil 10 years with Stomach and
Huwoll trouble Sometimes' I would
feel that llfo wns not worth living
and trlod many roinodlcs I do
lured with sovenil physicians ut
Minu, Toledo and Cincinnati, but
liavo found inuro relief after us
luff two bottles of Avonatono than all
tho othor treatment I havo over trlod.
I surely can recommend Avonatono
to nny sufforcr of Stomach or Bowol
trouble. Wishing joti u great uue
cess in the future, I remain very oin
E. M. FLDMING.
CIS South Detroit street, Kenton, O.
A packago of Avcuntong Lhcr Tnli.
lets fice vtlth one) i bottle, ,
Foro salo nt Karimldt's and Hennoy
SAYS JAP SPY
. IS HER LOVER
Woman Warns Cannon of
REFUSES TO GIVE NAME
Speaker of House Receives Unsigned
Letter From Young Woman In St.
Joe, Mo., Telling of Documents
Found In Secret Pocket of Suitcase
Belonging to Officer In Mikado's
Army Government Officials Say It
Is Scheme of War Alarmists.
Washington, Jan. 4. An unsigned
letter, postmarked St. Josephs, Mo.,
written in, pencil and purporting to
bo a warning of tho activity of Jap
anese spies In the United States, was
received by Speaker Cannon. Tho
writer claims to bo a patriotic young
woman of 21, In love with a Jnpanese
ofllcor, nnd declnres sho has Just dis
covered tho sccict of his mission in
tho United States.
Tho letter states that tho writer
during tho absence of her lover
searched his suitcase, and in a secret
pocket found diagrams of various
parts of tho Pacific coast, tho weak
points bolng marked by arrows. Sho
says that ho had .mndo frequent
veiled allusions to his mission In this
country nnd has sought tp create in
her mind nn impression that Japan is
preparing for a momentous struggle
with the United States for supremacy
of tho Pacific.
Tho letter did not create any ex
citement around tho capltol. Most of
tho members of the house, Republi
cans nnd Democrats, who wcro at tho
capltol, read It and sarcastically sug
gested that the Jingoes, tho two bat
tleship advocates and tho war scare
boomers woro certnlnly getting actlvo
along various lines.
All of them seemed to think thnt If
nny Japanese officers of high rank,
disguised or otherwise, havo recent
ly been hanging around St. Joseph
nnd Kansas City with a young Amer
ican woman, that it should bo a slm
plo matter to dctermlno tho fact. Tho
administration Is not alarmed at the
reports of tho activity of Japanese
spies In securing military Informa
tion in tho Philippines.
Dr. France Indicted,
Columbus, O., Jan. 4. Among tho
directors of .tho Clovolnnd Oil com
pany of Los Angeles, Cal Indicted
by the federal grand Jury In that city
for mlsuso of tho malls, io Dr. W. A.
Franco of this city.
Fulllngton'o Brother III.
Columbus, O., Jan. 4. State Au
ditor tullliiRton wns called to Hot
Springs on account of tho serious 111
nese of his brothor, W. C Fulling
ton, ni Marj'svlllo banker, who wns
taken thcro to recover from a norv
New Judges Take Seats.
Columbus, O., Jon. 4. Judges Don
nhuo nnd Johnson, tho nowly elected
members of the supreme court,
donned their Judlclnl robes for the
first time, nnd took their places with
tho othor members of tho court on
tho bench In open session.
Find Man on Pilot.
Youngstcwn, O., Jan. 4. The body
of an unconscious man was found on
the pilot of a Pittsburg nnd Youngs
town train on the P. & L. 13. road
whon it nrrlved hero. Tho Inst stop
of tho train was nt Nowcastlo Junc
tion. In tho pocket of tho man was
a card bearing tho nnmo of Fred Mc
Cnnn, Ficdonln, O.
Ohio Railway Fatalities,
Columbus, O., Jan. 4. Tho rnllroad
commission of Ohio announced tho
following number of fatal accidents
during tho month of December: On
steam railroads, passengers, 3; trav
elers on highway, 21; trespassers,
22; employes, 28;. total, 7C. On elec
tric railroads, travelers on highway,
3; employes, 1; total, 4,
Captain Bingham Promoted.
Columbus, O., Jan. 4. Cnptnln
John M. Bingham of Lima, adjutant
of tho Second regiment nnd chief
clerk of tho adjutant general, has
been promoted to tho office of colonel
nnd assistant quartermaster gonornl.
Captain Bingham Is a Domccrnt, has
been a National Guardsman nearly 25
years, nnd succeeds Colonel Edwurd
T. Mlllor, a Republican.
Held For Murder.
. Sprlngflold 0 Jan. 4,- Miss Anna
Freeman was brutally assaulted tit
hor homo, her noso being cut and
skull crushed. She died later. Har
old Jennings is held for tho murdor,
and hIbo far attempting tho llfo of
Henry Graham, who hnd his tin oat
cut also. Qrnlmm may dlo, Jennings
was caught with a hatch nnd ac
knowledged thnt ho had been to tho
Murder Charge Dropped,
Lanenstcr, Mo Jan. 4. Mrs, Alma
II. Vailghn and Dr. Jnnies , Hull,
accused of the murdor of Professor
John T. Vaughn ioarly a year ago,
woro freed pf the charges against
them In tho circuit court hero. Their
cases wero nolle pressed by Prosecufc
ing Attornoy Helgor of Adair county
After Jtidifoi Shelton hnd refused to
grant thurthor continuance aslud
by tho Blnto,
s'iliVv): Ui.;9 a
. a BUftSi
ul tahci ot,i e.! !.. lamination in one
iy. The in- t '-'! u Burns nnd Scalds
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Tii.a rs.w.1 I,, n t-n A num.
PAZO OINTMJ5NT. Is guaranteed to
euro any case of itching, blind, bleed
Imr or nrotrudlmr dies in 6 to 14 dayt
nr money rofunded. BOc.
YOUR GAS BILLS
GET RID OR THAT
DUST and GREESE that
clogs your gas "burners.
Don't think because the
light is poor or the stove
gives little heat that you
need a new one.
All you need is a repair
man. We are experts in
this line. .
T. M. CUNNINGHAM.
1st Door South of Tost piflc.
'A life and slirmla terotdy for
BwnMtli. Catarrh. HayiFtttt
' inuainnmunnn. i,nnvi,ui.,i-
or llnlnR of lb oom. throat,
tonuob or urlntrr orgmai.
1 .. . ..--.. - .
AT DRUdOlaTS SI
II Ay ttettttrtytmrulf
I Treat I m with suh bot tl
or roAiioa on request.
. Tl Enu denial Co.
North 7:07 a. m.; 10:17 a. m.;
4:17 p. in.; Gilo p. m.; 1151B p. m.
South G:G0 a. m.; 7:20 a. m.; 1:33
p. in.; 7:20 p. m.; 10;22 a. m.
Dally excopt Sunday.'
OHIOAOO & ERIE.
West 10:2G n. m.; 12:05
i'0:ic p. m.: 7:io a. m. "
East B:3C a. m.; x9:BG a. m.; 5:15
p. in.; 5:49 p. m.
Dally excopt Sunday.
tlluns to Marlon only.'
xltuns to Ohio City only.
Southwest 10:27 a. in.; 5:20 p. m.;
1:25 a. m. - '
East 5:43 a. m.; 12:53 p. m,; 11:45
p. m.; 5:45 p. m.
Northbound x8:15 a. m.; 12:21 p.
m.; 6:23 p. m.; x7:57 p. m.
Southbound 10:05 a. m.; 0.7:57 p.
Dally except Sunday.
aDally. f ,
mo roun. , ' "'
ISastbound 9:25' a. m.; 12:25 'p. m.;
7:30 p. m.; 11:19 p. m.; 5:27 p, m.J
8;46 a. in.; 2:45 a. m. ' '
Westbound 5:53' a.' m. 10:'05 a,
m.; 1:55 p. m.; 7:30 p. m,; 2:5S p.
m. 1:30 ix. m.
Dally except Sunday,. (
O. I. &, M. ELECTING. '
Southbound Cars leave evory'hoar
for Columbus from 0 a. in. to D'p.m.,
and 10 and 11 p, m, for Delaware'.''
Northbound Cars leave ' Columbus
every hour on' tho half hour, from
0:30 a. in. to 8:30 p. m.
O. 51. n. KLKOnUC. ''
Northbound Cars Icnvo Marlon for
Bucyrus ut G, 8, 10 n, in ; 12 noon, 2,
4, 6, 8 and IP p. m.
Southbound rCars leave BUcyrus
for Marlon at 7, 9 and 11 a. m, and
1, 3, 5, 7. 9 and 11 p. m. ' '
For business or pleasure to any
point In tho
inny bo easily urranged by con.
suiting Ticket Agonta of the
Hocking Valley Ry.
Mho are ulways prepared to
furnish complete information
as to Through Fares, Route,
Timo und Tickets,
"" W. JL FISHEB,
M ide by
ajcafcivi Bromo Quinine