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lyiBEZ-. ZIIL-MiULL.rn. r, . J .. - - iii in . I .&mm mm "'""" 'J.1. L '. . "T" "'''. i juii MiilfciMMtii'i tiaJilinhi tlilaiitllM innillllMIYtnitTTtift1Trfftt1'Tln'1tffrlPfc yfst&ra? ,AGKTWO THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER Friday, Jnnunry 28, iOl j.iK'imiMniuiiJi'i-ni-"JaMauu i mnvnnnnrnnnnnn "1 ri S It ? ARREST 'CHames L. Tliompson For Non-Support James Li. Thompson, residing &boui two miles south ot Homer In lilcklus county, was arrested Tues day afternoon by Constable Milton Slmpklns on n warrant sworn out fccforo 'Squlro Hartcr, by Thompson's former wife, charging htm with wil fully deserting his two sons, both (minors, and falling to provide for them, food, shelter and clothing. Tlio hlldren, aged eleven and fourteen years respectively, aro nllbged 'to feavo boon deserted on March 20, 11904. The warrant was sworn out toy Mrs. Ida M. Wood, tho mothor of ftho children. Tho hearing Is sot tor one o'clock, Friday aftornoon, bo toro 'Squlro Hartor. $ 2 l ! 2 ! I I i i J J ' OBITUARY J jj!!fI!4f5 Mrs. Mien Doiii) Mrs, Ellen Doup, wlfo of George Doup residing about ono mllo west of Amity, died Tuesday afternoon at hor homo after an Illness of tubor cuIobIb. Tho deceased was 75 years f ago nnd Is survived by tho fol lowing children: Albort, Jacob, Noah nnd Mrs. Emma Cain of Amity and Mrs. Ida Simmons of I'lko town ship. Tho deceased was nlso an aunt of Messrs. Gcorgo and Walter Doup of this city. Tho funeral Thurs day uftcrnoon at 1 o'clock from the home, Itov. Goodwin olllclatlng. In terment In tho Amity comotory. -" Frank IIouso Brink Haven, 0 Jan. 20. Frank Houno, aged 20 years, son of Mr, and Mrs. John IIouso, diod qulto suddenly yestorday aftornoon nt tho homo of Ills parents In this village. Tho de ceased was a crlpplo nil of his Hfo and It was his custom to alocp late in tho morning. As ho wns not up by noon his father went to his room and found tho young man had sus tained a paralotlc stroko and wnB un ablo to movo. Death occurred a short tlmo afterwards. Tho doceascd Is survived by his parents and by five slaters. t Chlld'H Death Tho ono-yoar-old son of Dr. and Mrs. Monroe, of Toledo died Monday evening nt tho homo of his parents. Tho body wns shipped to Sparta, O., whore tho funornl wilt be hold nt tho foomo of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Vail. Interment at Illoomflold comotory. Mrs. Monroe was formerly Miss Gor irudo BIIrb of Sparta. SOCIETY NOTES "fclnrrkd At Ilcctory Mr. Hnrvoy A. Ilanna of Brink Haven and MIkb Mary Oortrudo Mills of Mt. Vornon woro united In mnr-e-Iago at St. Paul's rectory at 8 o' clock Tuesday ovonlng by Itov. Win, E. Hull, rector of Ht. Paul's Episco pal church, Tho young couplo woro attondod by tho parents of tho brido, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles W. Mills of (Rldg-wond inenun and Mr. nnd Mis, II, H. Dulr. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna left t B:G0 ovor tho II. & O. for Chi cago and after a two weeks vmlt will bo at homo In Brink Haven, floiitli Vernon HrlioluiH Knjoy Hied It Mo Tho Fourth and Fifth grailo pu fills of South Voi nun schools enjoyed bob-sled rldu to tho homo of Mr. Slum BliiimoiiH In Democracy Monday ovonlng, whoro u good tlmo wns Inn! and an oyster supper served. Ono of tho features of tho evening was n French song Hung by Jules Illofnos nnd Ouorgo Phllllpp Those piesont woro Frauclno Vnndowolt, Kiiinm ItosB, Mildred Popojoy, Boxy Fllppo, Wabol Ute, Hnzol Stykor, Vora Hurt, Ettn Wolf, Eiuella ItrnsBour, Floront IMillllppI, Geo. Phllllppl Harry El wood, Frank Elwood, JiiIcb Blefnos, Loon lturtz, Leon llary, Elroy Kalsor, Oludys Phlllpu, Edwin DoVault, Goo VanAmham, Clnro Lepley, Maurice HI co, Itnlph Wliltahead, Jo raid Popo joy, Elmer Cuuuluglinm, Sammy Haymond and Wllllo Chostor. Thoy woro chaporoncd by Miss Simmons, the. teacher, Tho will of tho Into John FnrBon, tho mllllotialro banker and broker, Which wns admitted to probnto In Chicago, 11!., n few days ago was wit nessed by a former Mt. Vernon boy llr, Harry II, Parrott. For the past several years Mr, Parrott had bfon cnshW for Mr. Parson In his Chi cago office. Mr. Charles V. Orltchflcld wont to JTJolumbua thin morning on business, EE To Prevent River Pollution To Preserve Fish Farmers And Fishermen Fram ing Jl Bill Ohio llshormon and farmers are framing a bill, which Is to bo Intro duced In tho legislature at this ses sion to prevent tho pollution of tho streams. At iresont tho state board of health has control of this evil, but sportsmen and farmers are anxious to placo tho regulation In tho hands of tho stnto fish and gamo commls slon. Under present laws, when a stream Is polluted for tho purpose of killing tho fish, tho caso Is pro secutcd by tho fish and gamo com mission. But If a stream Is pollut ed with no lntont to kill tho fish and Incidental to getting rid of waste, tho fish and gamo commission has no nuthorlty over tho caso, accord ing to an opinion by tho attorney cencral. AVhen complaints are mado to thf llsh and camo commission In such eae3 they aro turned ovor to i'iu stnto board of health, with tho result that no nctlon Is taken for Bevoral months, nnd sometimes for n yenr. In this tlmo many of tho Jlsh In the stream dlo. Fishermen claim I hoy could bo saved if nil such cases wure put In tho hands of tho fish nnd gnmo commslson nnd prompt nction taken. Mnny thousands of fish aro klllrr! annually by tho pollution of Btronms nnd pondB In this state, much to the detriment of tho sport. Farmers clnliu their Hvo stock often is mado sick and killed by Impurities In tholr drinking water. Under present laws It Is next co Imposslblo to keep rcfuso from be ing thrown Into streams by manu facturers who aro looking for It eaiy disposal. ,. Saved nt Dentlis Door Tho door of death Boomed ready to open for Murray W. Ayors, of Tronslt Brldgo, N. Y., when Ilia life wns wondorfully saved. "I was In a dreadful condition," ho writes, "my skin was almost yellow; eyes sunk en, tongue contcdi emaciated from losing 40 pounds, growing weaker dally. Virulent Hvor trouble pulling mo down to donth In splto of doc tors. Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured mo. I re gained the 40 pounds lost and now am well nnd strong." For nil stom nch, liver and kidney troubles thoy'r supreme. COo. at a. It. Baker & Son's, Mt. Vernon; F. Fink, Frodor Icktowu. LS Don't Have To Marry Now Says Lecturer Chicago, Jan. 2D, Ib an unmar ried woman nn "old maid" nt twenty olKht? I Decidedly not, according to Mrs, Ilonry Jnffrny, who addressed the West Sldo Coeduetalonal club, 2858 Washington boulevard, yesterday. "An unmarried woman ot twonty oight Ib an Important factor In soclnl and business llfo," alio said, "and sho probably Ib bettor looking at that age than any other. At ono period of our civilization alio might havo boon nn 'old maid.' But that tlmo has paasod, Sho doesn't hnvo to woi ry now un less sho wants to. Sho can go into buslucHB, tnko up n profession, nnd do many other things but sho Is not an 'old mnld.' A largo audlonco of women np plaudod tho Bontlmcut of the aponk or. Mrs, Mnrthn Ewlng nnd Mrs, Alice Hill left this morning for Cleveland, being called, thera by tho serious ill ness of tholr brothor, Mr. William JackBon. Mrs. Mlndn Lylo of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Is liuro, called by tho serious Milieus of her aunt, Mrs. .Christina Ervln. Mrs. Ervln Ib 78 and hor condition Ib gravo, owing to hor ngo and the ravages of Brlght's disease Hartford City (Ind.) Tlmos-an-zotto. CASTOR! A For Infants and Ohildrou. tiie Kind You Havo Always Bought Boars tho of (Ziffi&c& Signature m ARREST Of A Man And A Woman On Serious Charge An affidavit was mado Tuesday morning In 'Squlro II. C. Wood's court, by S. M. Itico, who resides on the Columbus road, against Clara HIco, his wife, and Johcph Jorls, charging them with adultery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itce had not been living to gether for somo tlmo and' during the tlmo that Joris was not at his work, Rico stated that ho had been living with his wlfo. At first ho Btatcd that ho hesitated about taking ac tion on account of tholr two children, but decided to swear out a warrant in 'Squlro Wood's court. When Mrs. Blco and Jorls appeared before "Squlro Wood, they entered a pica of guilty to tho charge and Jorls was given a fino of $25 and costs, which ho paid. Tho woman was re leased, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is not a common, overy-day mixture. It Is n meritorious remedy for all tho troublesomo and dangerous com plications resulting from cold In the head, throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all dealers. To Be "Broke" According To This Experience Neiv York, Jan, 25. "Hero's tho last quarter I'vo got In tho world; glvo me somo oystors and go as far as you llko," said John Olson, a sail or, to William Gnu, proprietor of a market In Hoboken. As tho third oyster was pried apart Gau uttored an exclaramatlon. There was a throe-carat pearl. "Well, that's tho best luck I've had In a long tlmo," hu observed. "Isn't It a beauty?" "Walt a minute," piped up the "busted" Olson. "Didn't I buy the oystors, nnd didn't you tako the money? My oyster, my poarl. Hand 'cr ovor!" The oyster man protested, but tho snllor argued so conv!nclngy that Gnu Anally acquiesced. j. Jowcler appraised 'tho Jowol at $200. Have you a -weak throat? If so, vou cannot bo too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early Each cold malcco you moro liable to another and tho Inst Is always the harder to cure. If you w4ll take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at the outBot you will bo saved much trou bio. Sold by all dealers. Routs A Cow In A Tennessee Town Dickson, Tonn., Jan, 26. A plain, cvery-day gander at tho head of a (lock of town geese, todny put to (light a cow In a despornte battle viewed by half tho population, Tho cow-geesn light took place on Mufn street, and was started by tin gceso i of using the right of way to "Betsy," tho prottlost Jorsey In town. Tho gecso passed, but ono old gan- dor was game enough to tackle "llotsy," getting n Btrnnglo hold on "Betsy's" iiobo nnd causing hor to null tho Held hastily. Tho ineldont was not without bet ting featuro, ono sport clonnlng up, as ho bucked tho gooso to win. PREPARATORY DERATE Held In Tim Illgli School Auditorium Wednesday Morning Tho preparatory debate nt the Mt. Vornon high, school on tho subjoct, "ltcsolved, That a Commission Form of Government for Municipalities is Proforrnblo", was hold In tho nudl torlum Wednesday morning, tho nf Ilrinatlvo sldo winning, Tho dolmte whb proparntory to tho dobates with Nowark and Znnosvlllo, which will eonio In tho near future Thoso on the teams woro: Alarm ntlvo Bcsso Pnttorson, Loulo West, Donnld Hnrpor and John Gotshiill, Negative Until Pitkin, Harold Mc Dovltt, Dwlght Hobbs nnd Carrol Conurd. Tho Judges woro: Miss Soymour, Mr, Ainu and Mr. King. Quito a number of visitors woro pres ent nnd enjoyed tho dobato vory much. PAYS GANDER ANfi Caught In Food Chopper And Finger Cut Off Mason Halbort. who Is employed at tho farm of Mr. Fred Ball, north of tho city, met with a very painful accident whllo at work Monday aftor noon. Mr. Halbert was operating a food chopper when ho accidentally caught his right hand in somo heavy cog wheels. Boforo tho machine could bo stopped, tho hand was bad ly cut and bruiEcd. Dr. J. F. Lee was called to render surgical atten. tloji, It being necessary to amputate ono of tho mangled fingers. Making Life Safer Evorywhero life is being made more safe through tho work of Dr King's Now Life Pills in Constipa tion, Biliousness Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, Liver troubles, Kidney Diseases and Bowel Disorders. They're easy but euro, and perfectly build up thp health. 2Gc. at G. It. Baker & Son's Mt. Vermin; F. Fink. Frederlcktown. Strikes Ground And Produces An Oil Well Dalhart, Texas Jan. 2C. Mrs. Itosle Pottls who owns a farm near here, declared today that n bolt of lightning struck tho ground on tho mountnlnsldo near hor homo recent ly nnd uncovered n spring of crude oil, which is now producing 200 bar rols daily. It is claimed that sho han been offered ?10,000 for tho small 'tract of land which previous to tho uncovering of tho spring had barely yielded a living. A Wretched Mistake to endure tho Itching, painful dis tress of Piles. They'ro no ned to Listen: "I suffered from Piles." writes Will A. Marsh, of Silver City. N. C, "till I got a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was soon cured." Burns, Bolls, Ulcors. FeveT SorB. Eczema, Cuts, Chapped Hands. Chil blains, vanish before It. 2Gc. at G. Tt. Baker & Son's. Mt. Vernon; F. Fink, Frederlcktown. I J I 4 f "r fr ? r 4 I "I ! I .J. imtTTTS ! j. .j. .j. j j. j j ! ! j A son was born Tuesday morning to Mr. nnd Mrs. Albort Tarr of E. Burgess street. A daughter was born Tuesday noon to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank L. Beam of East High street. Chamberlain's Cough Itcmedy Is a very valuable medlcino for thront and lung troubles, quickly relieves nnd cures painful breathing and a dangorously sounding cough which hidlcatcs congested lungs. Sold by all dealers. UPSIDE DOWN Kingman's Cut Appeared In Paper And He Sues For Dairagcs Mt. Gllead, O., Jan. 20. Attor ney S. C. Kingman todny brought suit against tho Sontlnol Publishing company of this city, asking $10,000 damnges. Tho nowspapor is tho prop erty of J. W. and II. S. Griffith, the latter at ono tlmo bolng a mombor of tho board of niaiiagera of tho Ohio penitentiary. Tho plaintiff claims tho dofondnnt attempted to Injuro his character by publishing an nrtlulo In tholr lssuo of Jnnunry 29, 1909, In which artlclo ho Bays woro malicious charges. Ho further states that in an Isauo of July 1, 1909, tho nowspnpor published his cut Inserted upside down on tho first pno. Ho said tho cut was placed In such a position for tho pui . t humil iating him. UGH NIG There- Is nothing that causes more worry and discomfort than a chronic, fostering ulcer. As it lingers, slowly eating Into tho tissues and surrounding flesh, and by Its tondonoy to grow worso In ovory way, It suggests tho possi bility of bolng cancerous in its naturo. Efforts to honl tho utcor by moans of salvos, washes, lotions, oto ulways result in failuro, boeauso such treat ment can havo no possiblb effect on tho blood whoro tho impurities and morbid mattors form, and aro carried thorugh tho circulation to tho place, to keep it op n, irrltatod and dlseasod, Tho impurltios in tho blood must bo romovou boforo tho healing procoss can bogta. 8, S. S. goes to tho fountaln-hoad of tho troublo, nnd drivos out tho gorm-praduoing polson3 and morbid impurltios which keop tho ulcor open. Then ns this rich, purlftod blood is carrlod to tho diseased placo tho hoaling commonccs, tho inflam mation gradually Joavos, tho discharge- conses, now tissuo and hoalthy flesh aro formed, and soon tho soro is permanently cured because- tho source has boon destroyed. 8, S. S. doos not niako a surfaco euro, but by supplying tho blood with hoalthful, tissuo-bullding proportloa it begins nt tho bottom and causoa tho flesh at tho dlseasod spot to firmly and permanently knit togothor, nnd tho place is loft bound nnd woll. Book on Soros and Ulcers and any medical ndvlco free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAKTA, GA. DEATH Comes To Judge A. C, Thomp son On Wednesday A messago received In Mt. Vernon Wednesday afternoon announced tho death of Judgo Albert C. Thompson or tho United Stntcs court which oc curred this morning at his homo In Cincinnati. Judgo Thompson was woll known by many members of tho bar In this olty, having occupied the bench in U. S. court In Columbus for soveral years. A. All tlio Rood qunlltlcs of Ely's Cream Balm, aro found in Liquid Cream Balm, which Is Intended for use In atomizers. That 1c Is a won derful remedy for Nasal Catarrh Is proved by an over-Increasing mass of testimony. It docs not dry out nor rasp tho tonder air-passages. It allays tho inflammation and goes straight to tho root of tho disease. Obstinate old cases havo yielded In a few weeks. All druggists, 75c., Including spraying tube, or mailed by Ely Bros., DC Warren Street, New York. Alienist Is Under Arrest For Theft Pittsburg, Pa Jan. 2C Dr. C. C. Wiley, a prominent physician and alienist for Harry Thaw during tho first trial, Is under $1000 bond to answer tho charge of larceny by balleo brought by Miss Dora Pedder. Dr. Wlloy was arrested by n con stablo on January 18, but tho fact of his arrest was not generally known until last night, when he summoned for a henrlng today. In her complaiar- Miss Podder as serts sho entrusted Dr. Wiley with $1100 worth of jewels two yenrs ago and bad boon unable to get them back. J. Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made Is Cham berlain's Stomnch and Liver Tablets. They do tho work whenever you re qulro 'their aid. Thoso tablets change weakness Into strength, Ustlessness Into onergy, gloominess Into Joyous ness. Their action Is so gentle one don't realize they have taken a pur gative. Sold by nil dealers. Dested The Composer "Goo Goo Eyes" (if Detroit, Jan. 2G. Hugh Cannon, who wroto "Goo Goo Eyes," "Ain't That a Shamo," "Bill Bailey" and other classics of rag tlmo, was sent to tho Elolse poor houso yesterday at tho ago of 30. Ho told the story of his llfo In short expressive senten ces. "I quit tho coko easy," ho said. "Fifteen days In tho jail cured me of that. I hit tho pipe In New York for a year and stopped that. I wont up ngalnst tho morphine, hard and quit, but booze-, red, oily boozo that's got mo for keops. "I stnrtod vhon I wns 1G; I'm 3C now, nnd except for sovon months on tho wntor wagon, I'vo been pick led moat of tho tlmo. It was twenty yenrs twonty black, nasty, s:ck years with only a little- brightness now nnd then .when I made good with somo song." Master Earl Cranmor Is very HI with appendicitis nt tho homo of his paronts on West Chestnut street. NOT OOZE CURES CHRONIC ULCERS Somras Alcohol Qifleslfcioiras Is alcohol a Ionic? No! Docs il make the blood pure? Nol Does it strengthen the nerves? Nol Is Ayer's Sarsaparllla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? Yes! Does it strengthen the nerfes? Yes! Is it the only Sarsaparllla entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your doctor about this non-alcoholic medicine. If he approves, your confidence will be complete. J.C.AyerCo.,Lowcll Mass, Dulluiiysl Dull lilrlsl Uu.lmi-nl Dull women! Heavy-headed I UownhcarUdi All very often due to cnn'.'ip.t on' YeMhccurclssocasv. Aycr'sPills. Ask yourdoctor. WLWLLajL.TWjwr'Arraftyt'ftai-rrCTn.TitCiacJBcatlir-uuajg FOR LOVERS OF THERE I With tho advent of the season for pruning shrubbery tho thoughts of tho woman who queens It ovor the vine-covered cottago begin to turn to contemplation of the prospects of her flower gnrden for tho coming sum mer, and she commences to plan for something new In tho lino of color and fragrance. She will not bo dis appointed, for the early spring cata logues of the propagators show that somo new varieties were developed during the past season that will be available for cultivation this year. Of the flora there are mentioned two roses which havo been deemed worthy of recognition by the Amerl can Bobc society. Tho new beauties aro to be known as White Killarney nnd My Maryland. These are said to bo especially adapted to the American climate, and the prophesy Is mado by tho society that their attractiveness assures their popularity. Tho former Is a white flower of extreme delicate tint, and tho lntter a pink of rare fracranco.i There Is also to bo on tho market a new rambler, christened tho Violet Blue, a Gorman novelty with Im mense panicles of violet-blue colored SHORT LOCALS Mr. E. W. Mendonhall of Colum bus was a visitor In tho city the first of this week. Mrs, T. B. Frederick and son, Con ney, spent Wednesday with friends and relatives in Acadcmla. Mr. It, F. Mantz went to Gambler Wednesday morning to attend' to somo mnttors.of business. Mr. Joo Miller, tho well known nowspapor man of Newark, who has mnny friends hero, Is seriously 111 at his homo with pneumonia. Miss Helen Nnzor of Danvlllo Is spending several days In Mt. Vernon and Centorburg, tho guest of friends nnd relatives. Mr. George Baxtor, who has for the past several days, been 111 with pneumonia at his home just west of Brandon, Ib doing vory nicely. Miss Florenco Brock of Mt. Ver non and Miss Verna Clark of Coshoc ton spent Wednesday with mends nnd relatives at Bangs. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Edwards of North Norton strecUwero In Fredor lektown Tuesday nfternoon to attend tho funeral of Mrs. Wealthy Spry. . Mr. J, E. Porter left Wednesday noon for Wheeling, W. Va where ho was calleU by tho death of his aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Porter. Mr. Joseph Loverlng left Wednes day noon for Pittsburg and Wash ington, Pa., whero ho will spend sev oral days with friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Culp returned to their homo In Glcnmont Wednes day morning after spending a few days with relatives In Mt. Vornon. Mrs. W. T. Swlivsle will lenvo Thursday morning for Wheeling, W. Va., whero alio will attond tho funer al of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Por ter. Miss Helen Wright of Gnmblor re turned to her homo Wednesday morning nftor spending Tuesday with relatives and friends in Mt. Vornon. "" Mt, L, G. White, consulting en gineer of tho Mt. Vornon Railway and Light company, arrived In tho city Wednesday morning from Col umbus to hold a consultation with Manager Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nethera nnd son, Bobs, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Doolittlo of West Gambler st. 1 The Guaranty Savings Bank and Trust Co. FLOWE flowers. Then there Is tho Thousand Beauties rambler, which, as Its name Implies, produces roses of almost ev ery hue, all on tho same vino. A sin gle cluster of tho flowers will bo n bouquet In Itself. Hence Its vory fitting name. In nasturtiums thero Is tho Mikado pink, which is said to bo the most exquisite shade of pink shell Imagin able, and the Mikado white, differing from It only In color. Thero Is also a new dwarf nastur tium, tho Tom Thumb Queens, aimed to stand up without tho aid of a climber. It Is of light green color, prettily marbled and variegated with silvery whlto. Progress was also mado during the past scaspn in developing something new In sweet peas. There will bo of fered this spring tho White Spencer, said to be without doubt tho largest and most magnificent sweet pea cvor Introduced. Tho new Princess AHco Spencer has a delicate shade of lav ender In Its extra largo wavy flow ers. Somo new shades of coloring will be found in tho orchld-flowerlng pan sies also, tho colors running mostly to lighter shades. left Tuesday night for Jacksonville, Fla., where they will remain for tho rest of tho winter for tho bonoflt of Mrs. Nethers health. G. W. Taylor was taken from tho Mt. Vornon hospital to tho 1:20 train on the C, A. & C. Wednesday nfter noon In Chnppelear & Co.'s ambu lance. Ho was taken 'to his homo In Mlllersburg. education, Messrs. Carl N. Lorey and George Coyner, as members of tho board of education, went to Columbus Wed nesday noon to attend tho meeting of the state organization ot boards of YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHE Pain along the back, dlzzlnesB, headache and general languor. Get a package ot Mother Grays AUSTrtALIAN-LEAF, tho pleasant root and herb euro for all Kldnoy, Bladder nnd Urinary troubles. When you fcei all run down, tired, weak, and 'without energy use this rcmarkabls combination of nnturo'a herbs nnd roots. As a regulator It has no equal. Mother Gray's Australian-Leaf is sold by Drug gists or sent by mall for 60 cents. Sam ple sent FKEE. Address, tho Mothor Gray Co., Lo Iloy, N. Y. I TAYLOR'S BEST j I FLOUR ! : : j It's Good iVery Good j : Wo sell all kinds Feqd - Solo Agents 5 Purina Poultry Feeds : The best known feed i for chicles or chickens : I Thelorlliwestern j i ' Elevator & Mill Co. I S SOMETHING NEW SAVINGS DEPOSITS A 4, il K mkj a4 i-- n -itimmtt ' r?rr ' ! XLa;, ffL2jSflthI& i iiiii'iila-iS'al5S i (MliWiiy MM tfduapw""