Newspaper Page Text
, Tinsel,'. New Calendar.
l.i.ti!i,idtvatu UMiU,bo,,t t0 opt anew J i1 yesr Lcont 13 montha of twenty-eight day; each, and begin, on Mon day and end. on Saturday. The main foatur. J in ??len1.ar fPParent .lability, remedy Ho.tctter'i Stomach Bitter., which Has held an immovable position for half a Sn.?5rVlry il for indigeUion, dy.pepaia, con.tipation, nervoune, or insomnia, but Dtt aurt you get the genuine. If the poor insist upon playing golf, It will re with this precisely a. it wa. with appen dicitis; our be.t people will drop it. Detroit Journal. At tha lannti Tfotel. Miss Oahhy (tpeaking of the mountain) It waa terribly high, and papa like to never got over it. Papa (who think .he ia .peaking of tome thini Ue) Ye, and I told the landlord ha had better just get a sandbag and work like any other footpad if ha expected to make charge like that. Baltimore American. Part of tha Cora. Mr. Henpeck The doctor .ay. I absolute ly muat go away next week for a rest. Mr.. II enpeck Ooodnent I can't possi bly manage to get away to go with you then. "Um-m! I guess the doctor must have known that." Philadelphia Press. F0E3 UVM, chlu a j d ot, The Best Prescription Is Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. The Dalrr Will til Ia Without Them Itarely Succeeds la Producing High-Grade Chccac. One of the emit obstacles to th proper curing or viivcse anu me en- anccmcnt of its price is poorly con ducted curing rooms, which result In n unripe or biully cured article. The cheese factory should be so built that he curing room is as near impervious s possible to bent and air and on the irrounu lloor. At a distance or m to ski feet below the surface, the ground keeps the saniR teuiperuture the yeai The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle So That the People May Know Just What They Are Taking. Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medi cine if you knew what it contained. Grove's contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form. The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system. Any reliable druggist will tell you that Grove's is the Original and that all other so-called "Taste less" chill tonics are imitations. An analysis r .1 1 .1 . . oi ocner cnin ionics snows tnat urove s is superior to all others in every respect. You are not experimenting when you take Grove's its superiority and excellence having long been established. Grove's is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c. NOTE 1 The record of the Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, show that over one and one-half million bottles ot Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonlo were sold last year and the sales are continually Increaslngm The conclusion la Inevitable that Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonlo Is a pro scription for malaria having genuine merit, and any druggist or chemist will toll you so. ononononononononononon S Satisfaction o .0 n is unusual with " Five-Cent cigar n P smokers," but it has been the every- O day experience of hundreds, of thou- O O sands of men who have smoked q g Old Virginia Cheroots g during the last thirty years, because n g they are just as good nowin fact.g O better than when they were first made? o Z Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this g year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. ig OnQDODODOnODODODOnoDODO You Can Enioyii? se tnrouieio lexas in 9 In going to Texas, via Memphis and the Cotton Belt.you can enjoy a good dinner in the Parlor Cafe Car at a reasonable price, and withdraw to the Gentlemen's Observation Smoking Room to smoke your cigar in aa easy chair, with surroundings as pleasant and comforts as great as In your home or your club. Ladies will find their comfort provided for It will cost you only 50 cents extra in ihe Ladies' Louneing Room, to ride all day in this car (25 cents for a half day) Th. Cotton Belt offer, you th. qulok.at and ahort.it rout, to T.i.i, without ch.ni. ot cr. fcoth day nd night trains r .on i pped with romfortabl. C"ach. and Tn Keelloln. Chair Cari alio parlor Cat. Can br day, and Pullman Bleeperi at nlfc'ht. Writ, and tell ui where you are f olng, and wh.n you will Ieara, and w. will tell you what yonr ticket will cont. and what tr.ln to take . to mak. H,i heit time and connection.. W. will alio . end you aa Intonating littla booklet, "A Trip to Toxaa." .,. mm 11 nuhk.Tus. f.CPCLEa.TJJL.ItBrtli.Tt.a, w.ft.AW.3, l.ra,niiic.i f. L WTATT, l.r.JL, ll'Ullll, s. s. m 1 1 im, i. r. ., E. W. UBEAUME, Q. P. and T. A., St. Louis, Mo. (2 &s umi fJWIUj yon. YEETHIWA waa first used by Dr. Charles J, Moffett, a graduate of Jeflerson Medioal College, Philadelphia, Pa., tn bl. M Biaaaaaa extensive andaucoesarui ireaunens oicmiareoiu vcur- H cla in overeomlns tha trouble. Incident w wetning ana o urn nummer wrvTniNi. (Toethlng Powders) counteracts ine enect oi nai wuamcr ..m --; " vh-nnrlltlon and baa saved tne uvea or housbpu wi ouuuicu m ms u ?rg"n8iuve atato wberi ShiJtoTM prescribe and all mother, give it, and It I. criminal in mother, of our section to obutol by giving T tS I HI IM A. yyyWwwVwVVWwWVaWVVVVwl COOL CURING ROOMS. COOLING A CURINQ ROOM. round, and this temperature is about four degrees higher than the average emperature for the year in that place rure air from 20 to 50 feet above the ground, passed through a deep under around duet, as illustrated, may be cooled and brought to an even tempera' ure and utilized in the curing room n northern Wisconsin the mean tenr perature for the year is about 40 de. grees, so low that the utilization oi this cold may be made of grent value even in the hottest weather. While there are various plans for the makincr of sub-earth ducts, the one illustrated herewith is simple and in expensive. The duct should be placed at such depth as the soil-temperature may indicate. The outside end consists of an upright pipe (e) 20 to 50 feet high with a funnel, und a good sized hood 3fl inches across. A vane extending to the rear turns the hood on a vertical axil so as to catch the air, similar as in the mechanism of a windmill. The duett a b and c d are of brick and the top of duct c d is also surmounted with brick to make a solid place for setting the pip. extension, as well as because ol weather and soil conditions. If it W desirable to make openings for any purpose, in duct c d, this may be done as illustrated, or if the current of air Is to be broken, it may be done by plac ing drain tiles in the duct so that the wind will pass through them, thus making a set of multiple ducts. The in let to the curing room (a) is of brick. Ihe flow of air should lie regulated by a register. Vov a curing room of 400 square feet the shaft should be at least ten incaes square, ins-ide meaB urement. In ripening, cheese emits certain odors and gases which may prevent a normal cure, unless the gases are re moved. A ventilator must be pro video, and aa illustrated (o, t, f), should rise directly from the ceiling of the curing room to above the roof, If only one ventilator is used.it should be placed at the end of the room op posite to that occupied by the ven tilator. It should bo at least ten inches square, inside measure, for curing room of 400 square feet floor space, or 14 inches for a room of 1,000 square feet. Never make the mouth of the ventilator and the in-take fun nel of the same height. Farm and Home. RAISING WHEY CALVES. ROYAL ETIQUETTE. tha Manner In Which F.nropran Sot erelitn. Are Addreaaed by Court Subject!. The simple title "nuidanic" reduced. In practice, to "ma'am" is, as most people knoWi all that serves, between Queen Victoria and her court, to mark the former's dignity as the ruler of a World-wide empire, Had Britain a king, he would be no more sacred, to royalty. With us the term "your majesty is only for servants and cere monial occasions, snys the London Moil, Not every one is aware, however, that there are few other courts where this wholesome simplicity prevails. The em peror of Gcrmnny is "majestat" there is no pronoun in the title to all and sundry, even to his family, except when in absolute privacy. The emperor of Austria ia "eurer mnjestat at all times and under all circumstances; the king of Greece Is "votre mnjeste" French being the court language; and our fe- cent visitor, the king of Sweden, is "ers mnjestat." Ihelr royal consorts are addressed with the same formality. Only at the courts of Uelgium and Italy may the sovereign be greeted as "sire" or "mndame," though the eti quette of the Kusslan court permits it when the French language is being spoken. Nicholas II. is to his courtiers and ollicinls "czar employed like the Prussian "majestat," without a pro noun. To the lips of a Eussinn peasant face to face with his sovereign, the time- honored "Little Father" or "Little Mother" would spring, as would "ex cellenza" to those of an Italian that melodious southern tongue having no other equivalent for "majesty. It should be noted, in passing, that not even their most privileged courtier. may speak to monarchs unless they are spoken to. This piece of etiquette does not work out so stiffly as may be ex pected; once embarked on a conversa tion, remarks and opinions may be of fered with a due amount of tact. But only the sovereign can draw this or that courtier into his immediate circle or otherwise set the conversational ball rolling. Also, if the person, when first spoken to, be not seated, as, for in stance, at dinner, it is his duty to bow, or, if a lady is the favored, one, to courtesy. An oflicer in uniform docs not bow, or, for the mutter of that, salute cither; instead he straightens up like the proverbial ramrod. TMddBz SUSPICIOUS LIBERALITY. About Thic In addressing Mrs Plnkham you aro com munlcatlng with A Woman A woman whoso expe rience In treating fomalo Ills Is greater than that of any living person, male orientate She has fifty thousand such testimonial letters as we are constantly pub" llshlng showing that Lydla E. - Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound Is dally ro Having hundreds of suf ferlng women. Every woman knows some woman Mrs Pink ham has restored to health, i Mrs. Plnkham makes no statements she cannot prove Her advloo Is Lvdla E. Plnkham I reC, Med. Co., Lynn, Maaa. It Waa Qneatlouable Rosa Dot Jone. Cot His Wife Home ! at Hurrr. 'It w a mean trick," Mid Jones, with a mile, relate the Detroit Free I'ress, "but I wanted my wife to come home, and it wa. tha only way I could think of to get her back. She went away about five week, ago on a vacation and left me alone to get along aa beat I could. It wasn't long before I grew tired of the arrangement, tired of get ting my meal, downtown, tired of .ending check, in reply to her demand, for more money. Three day. ago I received a letter asking me to send her $25 at once. It wa. then that my plan suggested itself. By re turn mail I .ent her a check for double the amount that she had asked for, and inclosed it with a note that read : 'Don't hurry bark. "It worked a. 1 thought it would. My wife returned by the first train with a t.rantre fflpnm nt Inniiirv in her eves and a set about her lip. that bodes trouble for me if .ha confirm, the horrible .uspicion. that .he i. laboring under. However, 1 have her at home, and I am not losing any deep over what .he may suspect. WHO HAS CHILLS ? Why do you have chllla while your neighbor escapes? The answer is easy: His liver ia per forming it duty, youra ia not. Von will he cured iustasaoon aa X your liver becomes active enough to expel the malarial poison and X not until then. Better do the & necessary thing at once. Take, ALONE IN LONDON. Ilcncvnlent SorlellcH That Tare Everybody lint Eskimos and Indiana. (ot They Khoalil lie Frd Three Time. Day In ( Iran, Elevated Trough or Fixed Iluckela. In raising calves on whey, avoid two extremes; do not feed it too sweet or too sour. It should be moderately aciu, noining more, insist on your cheese maker keeping a perfectly clean storage whey vat, and. if he fails to clean and scald it every day, take a clean barrel to the factory for your portion of whey. 1 have known farmers to go to the factory to get sweet whey every forenoon, for immediate feeding to calves, but the young animals did not particularly thrive on it. The majority feed it to their calves when the whey is 24 hours old. It de pends on the receptacle the swill has been kept in, whether it is then in a proper state for best results. If it has been stored in a filthy whey vat or barrel, it Is unlit to feed' to any do. mestic animal. In hot weather, even after daily washing and scalding of the storage tub, care should be taken that the whey does not get too sour. Keep it in a cool, airy place. Above all, do not depend on whey alone for the sue. cessful rearing of calves. If you do, they will become pot-bellied and stunt ed. Give them the range of a nice pasture partially shaded, so that half of their sustenance at least will be from grass. Feed them whey three times daily in a clean, elevated trough; or fixed buckets. If they do not thrive 6utll cicntly on this, add a little oil meal. Keep calves by themselves, and do not tolerate swine or sheep in the same inclosure. The idea is to keep calves growing and developing naturally, if you would obtain healthy, vigorous sows. Cramped quarters, lack of va riety of food and insufllcicnt nourish ment make puny, unprofitable heifers. Orange Judd Farmer. A Monster Hatter Factory. The Glenorminster butter factory in Australia is probably the biggest thing of the kind in the world. The supply of milk in the flush for Eeveral weeks reaches the enormous amount of 165,. 000 pounds per dny. It is also slated that some of the ratrns furnish as high as 5,000 pounds' per day; and the aver'age i about 2,000 pounds; and these amount nre produced on farms of from 100 to 200 acrea each. In the separating-room are 16 large separa tors of 400 gallons per hour capacity each, that when necessary can handle It Is a populnr fallacy that for the friendless stranger London is an eerie, lonely place. Itichard Jefferies gave permanent expression to this feeling when he described' his tragic and mad dening solitude amid t lie seething crowds of the city, says the London Mail. The trouble with the friendless stran ger is, that he never goes the right way to discover friends. A cursory dip into the London directory should serve to convince hiin that there are philan thropists by the score willing and anxious to improve his mind, and per haps even his purse. About GO benevolent societies are at work in London collecting subscrip tions and doling out help. Their char ity appears to cover any native from any habitable part of the globe. It might, perhaps, be difficult for prosperous red Indian to locate hi. friends in the London directory. There Is no society for prosperous red In. dians. They appear to have been unno. countably overlooked. In Finsbury. pavement there is a Strangers' Friend society, andourred Indian might think the title a promising one. The objects of the society, however, are benevolent, and he would have to dock himself of his prosperity before he could come within the scope of its articles of asso. ciation. A bankrupt Kskimo might ap. ply to the Society of Friends of For eigners in Distress. Yet, if he came from any part of the ice regions over which the British flag has waved, even those hospitable doors might be closeck, since an Kskimo subject of the queen could not, strictly speaking, be classed as a foreigner. He would have to be a very smart Es kimo who could successfully pass him self off as a "persecuted Jew," or a "poor pious clergyman," or as a "dis tressed widow." Kven a "Boxer" would be better off, since he could apply to tne htrangers' Best for Asiatics, and for Hottentots, Africans and benighted South Sea islnnders. But stay; should red Indian and the Eskimo happen to consume too much firewater, they would, immediately be come qualified for at least one society. Jn Alexandra road there is n Society for the Study of Inebriety. The friendless pair might perchance be welcomed there. Medal Awarded Walter Baker A Co. .Paris-, Aug. 20. The judges of the raris Exposition have just awarded a cold meal to Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., Dorchester, Mass., U. S. A., for their preparations of Cocoa and Chocolate. This famous company, now the largest manufacturer of Cocoa and Chocolate in the World, have received the highest awards from th great International and other expositions in Europe ana America: this is the third award from a Taris Exposition. New York Trib une. A Reflection. "In your advertisement." said the man with the auave manner, as he entered theof- fice' of the ice company, "you say that there are no microbe on the ice that you furnish tn vnnr rufttnmnrs. "Yes, sir," replied' the treasurer, as He r.Urn -hinder in front of hi. diamond stud so that the caller would not have to blink, "and we stand by our assertion." "I stand by it, too." said me man witn me suave manner, and I nave caiieo. 10 say that, as 1 have no fear of microbes, believing they are harmless, I wish you would direct your delivery man to leave at my residence r i r -. i t l j ; : ,. - , v. n i in a in ine luiure ui buuii ununimuu. .u. v or three microbes, if they felt so inclined, could occupy it without unduly crowding ..l ..I,..'. ir..n.,.. II, .a LOW-RATE EXCURSIONS, and Via Bllasoarl PncMe Hallway Iron Monntnln Route, Tn nninls in the West. Southwest and South aat. nt. half-ratea (nlus 12.00) for the round Irip. Ticket, on sale Tuesday, September 4th and lSth, October 2d and HUh, Movem Wfith nnd 20th. and December 4th and 18th 1IKK). For fuil information, land folders, afldrAaa m aif.nt nf ahnve lines, or H C.fownscnd.G.r. i T. Agent. St.Louia.Mo. We are ever ready to confess our imperfec. tion. so long a other, are reaay to contra diet us. Kam a Horn. To Core a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggistsiofund money if itf ails to cure. 25c, Customer "What would be the price of a ring like this?" Jeweler "The buying or telling price: Town Topic. If your stomach 1. out of order, use Dr, CarlHtedL a German Liver l'owder. I'leas- ant to take; no tea to make. Trice, 25 cents. The person who lives on hope is .eldora irouoieo. wuo ouesny. iu. Hall's Catarrh Cnra I. a Con.titutional Cure. Trice, 75c. Very few people do well in an emergency, Atchison liloue. Pessimist and Fatalist. The indignant looking passenger was about to speak, but the conductor headed him off by exclaiming in a loud toneof irritation: "This i. the .lowest train 1 was ever on. What', the use of having a schedule if we don t pay any attention to it T I he drinking water tastes as if it hadn't been off the kitchen range ten minutes. The car doesn't look as if it had been .wept for a month, and it is full of idiota who insist on opening the window.when we go through tunnels, so that the cinders can blow in. . . The passenger caught hi. breath and then exclaimed: "I was just about to say that this whole affair is an outrage. "I know it. But you're lucky. You can travel a few mile, and then get off and be hannv. But I've eot to stay on this train for hours every day of my life. Washington Star. ws.t Marrliant Rav. Yucatan Chill Tonic (improved) Gives entire satisfaction. W. O. Gordon, Independence, La. Be.t seller we have W. Bacot & U., uamsciaie, juiss. Right In the push E. S. Fisher, Reirnnton, Miss. A sure winner Heaton Bros., Victoria, Tex. RnmK wives, like watches, have pretty faces, delicate hands, and are good to look upon but somewhat difficult to regulate. Chicago Daily News. , Have you ever experienced the joyful sen- ul ni nf a ffoort anuotite: lou will u you chew Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti. Tf a woman want, to work the tremulo .tops on her husband, she should put on her prciue.Sfc areas wuun sue uuro n. j..uiuiuk spoils tht effect of tears quicker than a soiled wrapper. Atchison uioue. The Beat Prescription for Chllla and Fever is a bottle of Giiovk's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Itm simply iron ana quinine ia a tasteless form. No cure -no pay. Price.Wc. Too Much for Hint. Visitor Where's that telegraph editor? Manager Insane. "Insane! What', the cause!" "SDanish-Tagalog-Boer-Chinesc language. Syracuse Herald. T am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption laved my life three years ago. Mrs. Thos. nii: t 1. Ciu.t v.,.;i, k v Feb 17, 1900. Some lawyer, receive a larger fee for keep ini ouiet than other, do for talking. Chi cago Daily New.. We cured 10 case, of chills with 12 bot tle, of Yucatan Chill Tonic (improved). B. McElrath, L. J. Story and H. B. Miller, Har ris Grove, Ky. "De Ruvter sent hi. daughter abroad to be polished.'' "Well, I can see her finish." Town Topics Carter'. Ink U Scientifically compounded of the best materials. If your dealer doc. not keep it he can get it for you. A Serious row-wow "Hush, not so loud! We're having a conference of the powers." "Eh! Who is conferring!" "My wile, my mother-in-law and the cook!" Cleveland Plain Dealer; Dyeing is as simple as washing when you use Putnam Faduless Dies. Bold by all druggists. A fool at 20 may be wise at 40. Chicago Daily News. STORM'S ! LIVER REGULATOR. It must alwaya cure rhilla Jw .-. ii wuai "uja . when faithfully used because it ? X causes proper activity of the X .;. liver. Poisons are expeueu, j LUC b IU 1 II ill-11 aim w w w. - X cleansed, the blood is purified jy and your general health is so Y improved that you are fortified x; aeainst a return oi xne disease Your money back if the remedy fails. 0 cents. Sold by All Druggists. Prepared by JAMES 8. ROBINSON, Memphis, Tenn. Sand-blinded sufferers who have not heard of the efficacy of Mitchells EyeSalvc should know that this reliable Salve is in constant de mand wherever the com plaint is prevalent. Price 25 cents. AH druggists. HALL & RUCKEL, New York. 1848. Londoa. CascaFerrine! California Medicine. IDs torranU Is m wry pk. 1 aolf "".US p,.illl. .nsrsntM lo prompilj sn (wmanMUj cuiiai Wlalarla.ChlllsandFeveraneJallDo rangamentaof tha Stomaon, Liver and Bowels. If Tour dmrlil"'"p II woa'l trdtr K lor roa. Writ tl lilcrrs fhsrnsrtatiral C.. bt. Iiouls, as. Pr. Williams' Indian Pl! Ointment will ouro Blind, needing and liehln. l'lles. It absnrns in ttimnrs, Hilars the I,5n" Ine t once, aots as a ponltlp. le lntsni r lief. Prepared for Flies anrtltchlngnf theprlvst. itnr'. ALdruMlMftOrb mull on receipt of prtom. 60 rem and !., WILLIAMS MKO.. CO., Props., Cl.svl.ANl, Ohio. FOR SOLDIERS1 HEIRS- BKADER3 OF TniS PAPER DKSIltlNU TO BUT ANYTHING ADVKRT1SKD IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THET ASK TOR, REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OK IMITATIONS. WHISKY and other druf hblncuridlnauaati, nana- twrlnm treatment. oo and parueninrs ssr. U. M. WOOIXEY, U. V., AUatnla, Uav. OPIUM Helrsof Union Soldiers who made homesteads of lens than W0 acre before June W. IH74 (no mutter If abandoned). If the additional hnmeslesd right ws. not sold or used, should addrens. with full par ticulars, II EMU N. tOPP. Washlaalon, D. C. I 1 niCC t When Dnetorn and others fall to relieve LAUICOi you. try N. K.M. ll.i It never falls. Box free. Mrs. B. A. Uowan. Milwaukee. Wlfc Use Certain Chill Cure. Price, 50c. A. N.'K.-F 1829 WHEN WIHTIXO TO ADVERTIKEBl pleaee since thus yen saw Ike Advertise aient In Mil paper. s WHtdt all usiTails! T fci in Sirup. Tau Good. Use f I cunts i Best Coush Sirup. ' in time, no d ttTflmsfim Will Ferlsh of Tlilret. On Recount of its welRM water tends to descend Into deep holes; while the center of the globe remains In a fiery condition this absorption is slow, but as the cooling of the interior goes on the surface water will pene trate more and more nnd will enter into combination with the recently solidified rocks in the heart of the earth, which are specially absorptive by reason of their metallic composi tion. The oceans will grow smaller and smaller; the rains which nourish the continents will become rarer and rarer, whlie the deserts will enlarge their boundaries and gradually absorb the fertile plains, Chicago Chronicle. Commanding the Red Sea. The southern entrance of the Eed ga is commanded by the entrance of Aden and the fort on the little island of Tewin, In the straits of Babel-el-Man-deb, the guns of the latter completely covering the narrow channel and th. fortress dominating the entrance to the se. N. Y. World. And Willie Knew. Little Willie raw, is ma a microbe? Mr. Henpeck-Why, no, Willie. What makes you ask such a question? "Well, the teacher told us that baldness was caused by a microbe." Baltimore American. Fight on for wealth, old "Money Bags' your liver is drying up and bowels wear ing out, some day you will cry aloud for health, offering all your wealth, but you will not get it because you neglected Nature in your mad rush to get gold. No matter what you do, or what ails you, to-day is the day every day is the day to keep watch of Nature's wants ana help your bowels act regularly CASCARETS will help Nature help you. Neglect means bile in the blood, foul breath, and awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life. Don't care how rich or poor you are, you can't be well if you have bowel trouble, you will be regular if you take CASCA-RI&S-zctthimto4ay CASCARETS in metal box; cost 10 cents; take one, eat it like candy and it will work gently while you sleep. It cures; that means it strength ens the muscular walls ot the bowels and gives them new life; then they act regularly and naturally; that is what you want it is guaranteed to be found in THE IDEAL LAXATIVE CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS To any needy mortal suffering from bowel trouble, and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will srad a box free. Address JOc. 25c. 50c. Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York, mentioning; advertisement and paper. 421 ZZ!!"1 C' J' MOFFETT. M. D.,St u Mo 6.00 gailons per hour.