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The Farmington Times!
Thr rarniinyto FARMINGTON, Prtg Cn . miri Mi r r n LU. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. IIITl EAST. SOUTH AND WEST Noteo Fiom Forugn Lands, Through out the Nation, .md Psrtleulsrly the oifat fiouthwest, Pranki Psts was kllb d at Ml Cur njel. Ill,, by William, alias Jumbo Adams, aft' r a quarrel at a dance Pa'" had a shotgun, but Adams Bred Bis', using a revolver, deatb csultlng almost Instantly The m i Jury held Adams to await the action of the grand Jury, John Uentley, a farmer living near Bsavei City, (ikia. wan killed by fall lus bead first Into a do. ; well ami fru tui lag Lis skull, John i iacii, a p al aetata dealer of Denver, Colo., while on bis way to Byrai use, N, v., to visit his aged moth ci. whom he had not seen In nine; yean, met death In crossing thu vih'i bttte, going from a Pullman lleepei Into ill" dining ear of the ' tal I.ak" Bhoi" limited, tie train broke in two and be was hurled to Lis deatb under the li SI ks While talking home uiih l is wife and carrying his baby In hh arms ; wiiiinni Bnlow, a well known shlu man ui Bvansvllle, ind . wss attacked by a negro, who probsbly fatally Itsbbed blm The wit. faint, d and ; Basil, after grabbing the baby from bet husband's ai ins ter Webb, sited , were burled alln neai Wsterproof, l.a . wblb tbey and1 four other companions were playing they ware a rescue part working at the Cherry mine disaster, U) nam lie in coal la believed to havi been He rausu of an csplnsi'in In He , tarnace ol the American hospital, ui Chlcsgo, in which the lu.s of pa Hants, mo i s ami doi tors i the in stltutlon were Imperlb d Th explo ! ston wri i ked tin In si Inn plsni Locked In a si' ' I tit and la lined t nun the populated district of Croton Kail, a man arrested tin i" on a i harge nf disorderly conduct was burned to death Th" authorities are trying to establish his Idi ntlt) Ven i rands. 10 years old. Is In tin- hospital ai Bnrlngfleld Mo.. KUlferluii He attack is supposed to hate been esused by eating u luucb-wagon ham hiiin' I Real Admiral VValnwrlght hat placed himself on record against tb na deparimeni riding ami wotklni test for officers. 1 h" admiral QUOt n his record with Dnole Sam and said "if tbsl is not god ' nough the govern ment ma) rel use me." Mis Ma gori i Smith, uged "3 years and Mri Minnie Wright, aged BQ ysari were killed by a gas explosion In h boa ding bouse si Rochester, N V A Jet in their room hud leaked all night Mm Wright, in a dassd con dltlon ami hair suffocated by the si naplng gas, had applied a match to tie lull of l!l- III York m Pough pi New Irmed Hi" decision of null. III UlC B. Tower, the rough Supreme Court Justice K action brought by Mary wlf. of Albert E. Tower, gecpele "iron klim.' for i opsrst Ion uiui alimony Justice Ksogh granted the separation and allowed Mm. Tow cr 700 per month ullinony. Constable .1. II DobbS narrowly ee Mped lynching at Columbus, ill . after hi- had ebot aidd killed William Thompson, lite neighbor, iiib towns nun were excited over the affair, and made open threats The killing was the result of u quarrel over the chii dri n of Hi" man, OH" million dollars has been do- posited with tin RothsohUda at London to tho order of the Hague arbitration ourt by Domingo Uaun, against Chile, in oase the court duds in fsvoi of the claimants John Patera, Injur sd in a practice football gams with Mornlngslda col Isgi "f sioux City. lu.. in prepara tion f ir tho content with Vermillion on Thanksgiving dny, died In a hospital Tussday. Jiui.cs 1'. Bcott, 33 yonrs eld, nnd his 111 year-old son. were smothered to death near Lynchburg, Vn., under a Wagon load of leaf tobacco. Benjamin S. Cable, an attorney of Chicago, will succeed Ormaby Mc Harg as assistant secretary of the de partment of commerce and labor, ac . rdlng to a Itstswsnt made by nstor Cullom of Illinois. MsrguerUa Dolts, the tl-yser-etd daughter of Mr. and Mra J. W. JJ1'. an burnod to death at Paris, Texas. Th little pli l had gottsn out or nan . .is warming herself at a grata, il " lower edge of her night ' . Sttgbt fire. r rotary of the intetior Balllngsr . : that piivnlc lands within rament reclamation projects may .,.l,l I,..,- u-lih the wat"'' Si has bu Kgbti Mm! altaeh to the lands, provltl hUj tb .'..in who sella the lands has With i ll the provisional of tho wlu SMHIuii m i before be sella out. ur mp nr Tiir i . n r m IILMU Ul MIL 0 t i x prlsu Tebauntopi itirdcrori, i by digging beneath th- walls of (Die ancient structure The prison 'ai i l erted In 1640, ainl tie tunneling of the prison causi i 'ho orumbltng walls to fall. ier A A Degulri and li M. Flack Fireman r a mail clt rk, lied his talle r, CyrSttlttS Otlsel sat old, The i Id man ws g corn, standing hack of a when the son Bred at a bird. largest Are in Hickman, Ky my years was thul in which the 'l u. -day that he died Thursday nlshi 1 1. literally cool : from bis li ad to bis feu: hy the names, and soft '! Intensely II" was about SO yeurs After a quarrel, Qustave Neibert, an employe al the it' ck island arsenal occurred. A woman neighbor of Mr. and Mrs Frank Davis, ol Balisbuy, UL, went into their home gl Aurora. III., to take eare of their baby, 1- days old, wlni" Mrs Davli was in and the well meant Flank" Pate was killed al ML Car mal, HI., hy William, alias jumbo Adams, after a quarrel ul a dam. Pate had u shotgun, hut Adams Bred lirsi. using a revolver, death resulting almost Ins'antly. The 'hi oner's Jury held Adams to a wall tbo action of Me grand Jury. Thomas II I'n Id, known familiarly In liallas, Tl x forty years as "Tom Field," Is deed, lie was a native el Missouri; horn near Kl louln sixty years sgo, ami promoted many of the The blcasas legislature ad Juried at Tishomingo nfii-r passing u iiii sutborising the election of two deb :;ates to represent the tribe In Wash For one day after Sao uel Qompors, John Mitchell and Frank Morrison go to Jail 1 500,000 men and women work rs will quit work nnd voice a protest, if Mrs. president of the Trad" Union haw It.' il Robins Women's annual report of I' tai ) of Ike hoard il Kedding, ('ul., while ui i n. leulture Mae E lieffert was putting on her wedding no were as. ken wii. being adjudged Insaue, in- Insanity was brought on by a large yield f torn in Champaign rouuty it- watii ed to lin k corn dsy and night W hile trying to grasi the revolver of one of inn robbers, who stuck up" bis saloon at Kansas City M. .v Bpanglnr was Instantly killed In a pistol duel with his father's murderei Bdward Bachman, a prisoner In the Mcblsud county, O.. jail, fares Hi" gallows In Mississippi because "f bis confessing a double murdei at Oull port bu that his agsd mother might Kct the reward offered f"r Ills capture. Admiral B perry has been detstled by the secretary of Hie navy to assist the National Waterways commission in Its work. He will give iit'.ii'ion to vurlous questions and will aid the commission in the preparation of its forthcoming report Unron BhlbusSWS, head of the Jap anesn Commercial i ommlslson, which is louriin; the I'lilt'il Slutes. was III when the special train arrived at rian Diego, Cel., ami was uuahlu to leave Ills private ear all day. The Franklin entry in tho iGO-mtlc race at the Ascot park, lyis Angoles, Cel., planned through the feme gl the first turn and the driver. Quy Irwin, was perhaps fatally injured. flailing Tuesday from Now York on Iks Kaiser Wllbstu tier (1 rosae was Baron Liang Kusl, uncle of chinas baby emperor, Who, Incognito, has just eoni'liiileil a trip across the l ulled States. Apents of the Bunur trusl have pur rhnBi d fi.'i.Oui) acres of land in Mill- doro province, Philippine islands, which they intend to develop imme dlStely. The land Is partly ctilll vnted. L. B. Johnson, son of Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland, wub operat ed on In New York for scute ap pendicitis. Ills condition is serious. Judge V. II. Pope of Roswell has been appointed chief Justice of New Mexico to succeed Chief Justice Mills, who has been appointed territorial governor. The customs at El Paso. Tex., have seized 400 cans of smuggled opium, valued at $7,000. No arrests were made. Within the Inst month more than $20,000 worth of smuggled opium has been gsjsnf Bt tbat flac BLACK DUMP KILLS ONE FIFTY MINERS ARE OVERCOME AT MARION. ILLINOIS. Excellent Fire Protection Is Believed to Have Prtvented Another Grc.it Disaster. m, ui One mai is klll-d. Bv Frank oihen. burned, almost 50 wen blat k damp nml mop " entrspped by an esplo i i ui i ed Monday mornlni siih mine, owned hy tb . than 400 w 1 sloa whb b in the Wes lohiison City Coal company, heads by p miles Tl l II li : ami located m. I isi d tho sn north of Marion explosion, which ClOS tries by heavy talis of coal and slst . entrapped almost every man at work In tbe inln". li had terrific force am! in first it was thought to be a dupli cate of the dlsastei al ('berry, III. Much excitement followed until th. falls were cleared away sufficiently to allow tin men to corns to the top The report reached Marlon, and with in a short time offli ials. Ilri'inen ami mine expert! from 'his clt) reach"! the mine to give assistance In the work of rescuing mi n and property. The excellent fire protection main lulle d by the company Is credited di rectly with pravi disaster, Mai low ntlng an appalling 28 years old is said to have heel, ti Sponsible for tbe ev : plosion. Ma went Into a part of the mine where a guy pocket hud formed, al though cautioned not to do so, and Hi" explosion followed when his pit j lamp came in contact with tin as. a rescuing party went Into the pit. i cleared away the debris and brought the injured r.nd overcome ni"n to the I Mil lac. Mine Inspector Thomas Little of ' Murpbysboro was notified nml went in Jobnaon City to Inspect the mine. I which will h" clossd down until n I pairs are made. 'ITi" mile- 1- a modern one and was ! bull! sev ti years BgO AGED JUDGES DISBARRED PIc.ib Jurist H. M Campbell, tt and H. L. McCriy. 60, Under Indictment. Ashi the sitting Five n pi i t bei is it. Judges of 'as district. '". dlabarred M. Campbell of forgery and emboxxlemsnt, Campbell, aged 71, and MoCray, aged SO, the oldest and wealthiest lawyers In Ashland county, appeared completely surprised when Judgmei i was rendered before a crowded court room Tho Judges dismissed charges against Harry M. Mykrandti, former rg trust here, on an i-.iiu him with smbea- I li dletmetii I ail nil nt i FIGHT DUEL OVER E LIGHT New Mexicans Quarrel After One Failed to Invite Other's Wife to Wedding. Albuquerque, N. M News of a Thanksgiving day duel at Fair view, N M., In which both pert id- psnts were killed, has Just react ed lain. S I! l ay lor. a wi ll known tlemnn ami stat. Trees t , ami Isam foreman of th" r ii y mini, in Blerra ci Kuti it. a cat i teman been enemies ever since tbe lati wedding, a year ago, to which he failed to Invite the wife of Tayloi The men bad Quarreled freejui over this and fhattksglvtng day t drew their revolvers upon uiei and opened battle Bach was wo id twice and both died almost Ins ly, Palrvlew is v" miles from rail) or other communication. Clrl Strikers Have New Ally. New York City Tho strlklnn ciii shirtwaist makers in this rlty lave enlls'ed ilie sympathy of Mrs. lies. PsStOr Stokes, wife of .1 Q, Phelns-Btokes, In their contest with llnir employers Mrs Stokes spent some time lalkliiK with the sirlk rs lu a ball on the Hast Side. Ida Brockway Missing. Cincinnati, Ohio. Miss idu nr'k. way. stenographer ami bookkeeper In the offlre of Frank Cou n, cashier of tin United Slates survey-o'-'s deparimeni. Is tulsslti". "I he- Have that the Warriner caae Is 'he reason for ber dbsap pes ranee," raid Conden. Patriot Meagher's Son Dies. Manila, P. . Thomas Meegher, son of the Irish patriot, died Mini. lay of pnenmonls, following an attempt at suicide He whb a graduate of West Point and had lived many yours In Montana and California For severs! yeurs he had occupied minor posts lu the government here. 9.0CO Ask to See Neqro Hang. Cat thai.-". Mo sheriff McDonald has received 1,000 applications from persons who wish to see the execution of William Wilson, who is to he banned lu re January 2, HMO. Of tills number only seventy-five will be admitted. 10 Horses Perish In Fire Kansas City, Mo. One hundred and forty horses were cremated Sun day ntf;ht when the niSS flWH livery Stables caught fire in some unex plained manner, BMUNGER TELLS OF YEAR'S IRK Report of the Secretary of the In terior Received. PROBLEM OF PUBLIC LANDS Development Through Private Enter prise Under National Supervision and Control Desired Reclame tion Service Discussed. Washington, Nov. 2. -The annual re port to tbe president of Richard A Hal linger, secretary of the Interior, was made public today, und makes Interi ' ting reading. The report cov rs u portion of the time under the ad ministration of James K. Garfield, ami Mr. Balllngsr gives him credit for bis earned and e Melon t services. Secretary lSallinger comments on 'he old pubUc land statutes, and con tinues: The liberal nnd rapid disposition nf the public lands under IheflS Statutes and the lux methods of administration which for n long time prevailed nat 1 rally provoked tbe tee ling that tin public domain was legitimate pray for the unscrupulous nnd that It was tin crime to violate or circumvent tie- land laws 11 Is 10 he regretted thu we, as a nation, were so tardy to real ise the importune" of preventing so large a measure of our natural re : unices passing into the hands of laud pirates ami speculators, with no view to development looking to tbe national welfare. Must Continue Prosecutions. ' It may he safely HRid that millions of acres of Umber and have been unlawfully old other land' lined, and It to recover stances lorn; - statute Of la also true that - n li lands have .-.nice heefl burr imitations. Th in bV the rinclpal awakening 10 our wasteful course cams under your predecessor s administration The bold and vig-ir. 'is prosecutions of land i.iuds. through Secretaries Hitchcock and Cnrli' ld. have restored u salutary respect for the law, und Hi" publli nilttd baa rapidly grasped the linpot tanos of safeguarding tbe further dis position of our natural resources In the public lands In the Interest of the public good as against private greed Vol withstanding this, it Is necessary to continue with utmost vigor, through ii available sources, the securing of Inlormution of violation:, of Ui" publli land laws and to follow sura viola Hons with rigid prosecutions. Use Private Enterprise. "fin this present polls nig the natural resource lie domain, while develo ey note, th best tbOUgl 1 not that development f ti mat agent lee, nut thai th-n shall be secured tni of conserv of the pub mi nt Is tin- 1 of the day all he hy na wise utilise nigh private poterprlee under national supervision Mid control Therefore, if material piigrces is to he made in securing the l.est us of our remaining public lands, congress must be called upon 'o enact i ' ineiitai legislation." Mr Baillttger then gives In detail bis recommendations for the classiti cation of public binds, anil tares of u measure which b the f, ad vis 'or the direction of the disposal o( WS ler power sites. Th Reclamation Service. Concerning the reclamation service the report says In part : In view of the Importance ol n Speedy completion of existing projects and their proper extension, and of tho necessity in 1012 of an adjustment be. tWSOfl tile states by which the major portion of the funds arising from the sale of public lands Within em h state and territory shall have been ex pended so tar as practicable within such state or territory, and In view of the Importance of making ft ben" QcisI use of waters already ap preprinted or rapijile of appropria tion to which right: may he ior noniise, I believe an urgent lost np penl should be made to congress to SUthoHsS the Issuun if certificate;- of indebtedness, or of bonds against the rerluuiui ion fund, to an aggregate of not exceeding 190,000,000, or so much thereof as may he needed " Energetic reorganization of the In diati liiircitu is in progress, says Mr Balllngsr. and he recommends that the Indian warshOUSSe at Now York. Chlcsgo Omahu, St Louis and San Francisco be closed as soon is pos !bi" A more advanced policy rs ipecting the maintenance, Improve- ment nml operation of the Yellow stone and Yosemtte national parks Is urged on the government. Contracts Made on Feast Days. The fixed dt for Knster Is prob ably a matter of little concern In the United Stales, but of great Imnor banes in continental Europe, where rent nnd other rontructs are written on such least clays rather than nt New Year's or the 1st of May. On Maneuvers. Army Service Corps N. C. O. In charge of fnrngs (to officer's groom who has come for extrn rations for a horse) "Have you brought a requlsl tion?'' Crooni "No. Ain't got none With us, but I've brought n bucket." Punch. Good for Something. Subbtibs "What do you Intend to do with that lot you bought in Swamp hurst?" Commute "I urn thinking of nuking a tlrhlng preserve of It." Brooklyn Life MISSOURI NEWS Convict Earns $6C0 in Eight Years. Jefferson t'liy. When George Weln gard, of Kansas city, left the Missouri Psaltenilsrj Thanksgiving, where be had served eight years of a ninety- nine Willi year term for killing a friend Intoxicated, he car ried with Mm over 000 money which he had earned by extra work for Hug" Monnlg, a shoe manufacturer, who operates u plant in the prison. Weill- gsrd came to the penitentiary with out u dollar, lie was formerly em ployed as u whisky drummer by a Kansas City concern. Sine- his in carceration he mastered all the details of the shoe business, and will become manager ol a branch shoi- bouse at Chicago fin Monnlg. Seven Resign Training School. BoonvUle. Five officers of the Missouri Training School for I'-oys located here, have tendered their res ignation!,, effective Dscembei I. Tbey are Colonel W it. Banter, secretary; E U. Sn t. captain ot Company C; immerjohn, lieutenant of i; Mrs. K. (i. Scot', and Mali's k tuntrons There lack of harmony between Hi ipt has b' tin new auperlntendeni of the school and many of the officers. Prior to the resignation of the live Officers who qui! tills month, twelve others have resigned sun" Colonel MoClaugaary assumsd control. To Organize Forestry Association. Jefferson City. ai u meeting of tho utato forestry commission at the ex ecutive mansion, plans were laid for the culling of a state convention next spring in Si Uiuls for the or ganlsatlon of s state forestry associa tion, patterned alter those of Oregon and Louisiana, and designed to pro mole forestry ami to lay down sug gestions for the conservation of the present timber euppty, now fast be coming depleted, Ten Hurt In Espioslon, Joplln. Ten p. rsons wen- seriously Injured two probably finally, in gas explosions that followed a tire lu the Joplln laundry, in Franks, Bremen, and a spectator may die. Tbe lire originated in the basement of the Isundr) building two-storj brick structure, when gas from a lesklng main was Ignited und exploded With Probe of County Records Ordered. Springfield. Judge Page of the Criminal court ordered a special grand jury summoned for the purpose or making uu Investigation of the count) records. A year ugo lieu iioimes. rb rk of the criminal court, made genii a shortngs of $9000 in his office, and was forced to resign. St. Louisan Succeeds Blake. Jefferson City, -Governor Hedley aplHiinted Attorney William U Cham bers 01 st. Louie, pardon attorney, to sin -i ted Frank Hlake, who resigned to become Insurance commissioner. Chambers has been active for several yes . in settlement work in st. Louts Licenses Iscued for 7600 Autos. Jefferson City. Since the new law governing nml licencing automobiles went into effect, Aug It! last, 7600 III . nsi s have been issued Of this hum bi i 300 were isiu d maaufai lurers ami dealers. Ikiiu lo drivers and K&00 to owners of automobiles DfArmond Buried Friday. Butler, Tho inn- Congress rose l)nvld A. DeArmond, ami David Wads v.. rth DeArmond, 7, Ills grandson, who pi risked t"g' ther In the lire which de stroyed tbe congressman's home were bulled Friday side by side lu tbe ' Ink lllll cemetery here. Big Religious Parade Held. S'daiia A religious demonstration look place Saturday night In connec tion with the Doctor Reuben A. Tor rev evangelistic service In the form of a Street parade of several thousand men, women slid children Runaway Hurts Woman In Boonvlllc. Boonville. Mrs. Il K. Coulter, of Exci Ho, Macon county, Mo., who Is Visiting her sen. I, E, CoulBjr, ot this city, wns run down by the team of Mr. llornbeek, a rural mull currier. Albus Is Deputy Hotel Inspector. Jefferson City - Joseph Albus of Kt. loeoph, forni' r member of the legisla tive from that city, wag appointed a deputy state hotel Inspector, with the approval of Governor Hedley by state Inspector Tom L Johnson, Former State Senator Dead ( lillllcofher. The body of former State Senator W. A. Jacobs who dl"d at Norfolk, Va.. Saturday, arrived here for burial. Jacobs represented tjie fourth district In the Missouri senate for two terms In the 80'. Member of Legislature to Wed. Montgomery It is announced that K. P. Boson bsrgsr, raprsasutstlrs of this county In the lust legislature, will he married Dec. k to Miss Lucille Dowel!, daughter Of Senator DOWSj of Labelle, Mo Say3 Missouri Mines Are Safe. Macon. Robert Richards, stnte coal mine Inspector, returned Weiinesda" from inspection of mines In the state. Itlchurds said lie had paid two visits lo the Novinger mines nnd found them all right. BREAKS COLD IN A DAY. This Prescription is one of the verr best known to science The Ingre dients can be itotteti from any good druggist, or he will get them from bis w holesale house. Mix half pint of good whiskey with two ounces of glycerine and mid one half ounce COBOSntratsd pine com pound The bottle Is to be shaken each time and used In doses of a t- a ipoonful to a tablespoonful every four hours. The Concentrated pine Is a Special pine product and comes only in half ounce bottles. Meg enclosed In nn air-tight case, but be sure ll la labeled "Concentrated." CHEAP COALS. Smythe -Do you pay much for your coul? Jones Not a rent I live near tho railway Hue, and get my ten to make grimaces nt the engineers of all nia trains as they paes TORE HIS SKIN OFF In Shreds Itching Wa8 Intense Sleep Was Often Impossible. Cured by Cuticura in Three Weeks, "At first an eruption Of small pus tules commenced on my bands, These spread later to oilier parts of my body, and tho ilchlng at times was intense, so much so that I literally tore iho skin off In shreds in seeking; relief. The awful Itching interfered with my work considerably, and nil 0 kept mo awake tilr-hts. I tried several doc tors nnd used n number Of different ointments and lotions lint received practically no benefit Finally i Bet- tied down to the use of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment ami Cuticura Fills, With the result that In a few days all Itching had ceased nnd in about threu weeks' time nil traces of my eruption had disappeared. 1 have had DO trou ble of this kind since, ft ,. Knits koff, r,714 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III., November is and L'S, I9d7." iv.. : jt.s a ctn-m. Corp., gets rr.pt., n..toa. Country Neglecting the Children. ii the percentage of tuberculous chll drcn recently ascertained by an inves tigation in Stockholm. Sweden (1.61 per cent.) were applied to the schools of the Culled Slutes there would ho 173,700 children between tho ages of eight and fifteen who are positively at fected w ith tuberculosis, according lo a statement of the National Associa tion for the study ami prevention of tuberculosis, As contrasted with this figure, there SN only II opett-ojr tuberculosli schools in operation in the entire country, and nine more un der consul era tion. At tbe lowest esti mate, even with all the schools now in operation and those proposed, SCOOtn modatlons will not be provided for four-ten thi of one per ecu' of the children . who need this special treat ment. Bey's Essay on Clothing. Here Is au extract trom an essay, written by a boy In a London school: "Clothing Is an article which every body should wear. The least ol this article is worn by savage-, or natives, which Is a piece of cloth or a few li aves or ii rubers round the waist. In i old count) Jes, same as Eskimos, tho people W'ar more clothes Itlan we do, count of tin- Icy cold out there, They can skate nil the year round, except about one thaw there is in summer. If they walked about like natives they would i. nib cold directly and die of bronkltls. We put clothe- on which are nearly like our bodies, some have caps, coats and trousers, hut women and girls wear hats nnd flocks to tell w ho thOV are." SECRET WORKERS The Plan Upon Which Coffee Operates. Coffee is such a secret worker that II Is not suspected as the cause of sick ness or disease, but there g n very sure way to find out the truth. A lady In Memphis gives an Inter esting experience ber husband had with coffee, It seems that he had been using II for some time und was nu Invalid. Tbe physldsn In charge shrewdly suspected thut coffee was the "Worm nt the root of the tree," and ordered it discontinued with instructions to use l'ostum regularly in Its place. The wile says: "We found that was the true remedy for his stomach nnd heart I rouble and we w ould have glad ly paid a hundred times the amount of the doctor's charge whi n we found bow wise his judgment WBS. "The use of Postum Instead of cof fee was begun about a year ago. nnd It has matle my husband a strong, well man. lie has gained thirty-live pounda In that time and hls stomach und heart troubles have ull disappeared. "Tbe flrBt time I prepared it I did not boll it long enough nnd he said there was something wrong with It. Sure enough It did tnate very flat, but tbe next morning I followed directions carefully, boiling It for fifteen minutes, and he remarked 'this is better than any of tbe old coffee.' "We uso Postum regularly nnd never tire of tolline; our friends of the bene fit we have 'received from leaving off coffee." Look for the little bonk, "The Road to Wellvllle." In pkga. "There's a ItenBon." Rver u nit th Hbovr lrttrrt A new rmr anix-ar from lime to llmr. Thr rr gf-niilnr, true, and fall of kvrasn. SSSSSSti