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Thr f "T inn Prtf) Co . Pln FAF'MI'IC'ON NEWS OF THE WEEK LATEST NCWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND WEST Notts From Foreign Lands. Through out the Nation and Particularly the Great Southwest. Tangled in ili wreckage 1,1 u c"'' lapecd dirigible balloon, I. 1 Hill. Sun Joee M Mil, fell 160 f-l Sun da) before u crowd of aovural ihoui himI ipectatori at Stockton, Cal H' wax i. cii injured by the fall vera iim aurvlvori oi aov- lit began dam inu a Mhi tu 30 liaturda) night lot 1146 tnfonnation obtained from undei arreai Uie poilee ai , am mi ll Junius Allan, u Indian in connection witk r hi Jennie Ulegnorn, hundred paraona ware bur i .i' a Cincinnati vaudeville nday aftarnoon when at the i,i an ui t . a pet foi nut sUHta Kuhso. loat BOI id fell bittiiltiii moat to Ibe nun uni iu nanu 'i ml. ii, loor, breaking bi- nock Joaepb Htokea, Cbarlea Uuldman .mil David Oortman, farnicra, were aim' and Kill'-'! by Lawrence Udora a cat leuiau ai the latter' nti fourtnllea il'ii l. trada, bead af ih" prnvialou nl government and leader ol the Inaui ents. declared riidaj ihai he in tende in withdraw ins forcm Into am on Kit and iiiinnc ih" advaaca ol Ma djri in the biter oiid 'I iu senate ban paaaad ihc bill latboiising tin- laatia of 180,000,0011 worth "f cortlflcatea ol Indebtadneai 'ui in,' completion uf in ij m i hi pro jects of the governnieni already undei i olonel Rooaevell ami his party Infl Mongalla Thuraday for Lake Nn where Colonel Rooaevell may in k u hoi h the antelope oi thai vicinity. ill,- change ot government in Panama, reaultlng from ib death of Prealdeni Obaldla i being accom pllabed without egcltemenl The foi dial inauguration of tin- new Prealdeut, Mendoaa, took plaee Thuraday morn ing Honrs Lane wilinti will b ofgclalh Stall's h) I'ti'Hlili tit I rln in the sulim t iiuihaasadoi in the national palace in Mexleo f'lty. Scaring dtaaater in a itorm ahead if In n (ilffoid ft Harmon decided I.. I'm end noon after li" hail paaaed iver Vllofiia, Ark Thla ended iiai mon'a attempt to brink the world'i n oni at long -alliance ti'iituon nyum Hie air lino distance be covered fron San Antonio, Tex , In 643 miles, o Jal mltei lis than the Minn cup it Tin Chicago Taalcab company inpttallted at ifiOO.ooo bikI owning Iiiii taxioaba, ha li-en placed li. the hands of a receiver. Tbomaa Bherlmdan, 108 yaara old, u i . rami to America from tho oouth of Ireland in a aallboat In 42 dny. mil who sscrlbed tint uoroplana to witchery, died In ChloBgJC nt tho reel b - of his granddnughmt Ho bad ii' i tobacco 10 yura The Hnilroad Y M. (' A. at Rotter da n Junction, N Y . wax destroyed by f1 Tueaday At leant on man wan bn ned to daatb and leviral inoro arf reported to havn perished tl of the Churchaa and school have mean cloaed lu Ravenna, 0,, on ar nit of th" outbreuk of an epidemic of smaiipoi. Twenty-flve caaea have alread) been reported ami isolated Two i.arth'iuakoB were recorded on the seismograph at St I.oiiIb unlver oily Monday, Tho first shook occurred nt 1:11 p m aud tho suoond at 7:30 p m Efd era! Inquiry into tho mathodH of rllaposlng of inn has been ordered Iit .ludge K M Iandts of the United Mute diatrlcl court at Chicago, aftor he had Kontonced one of four dealerl who had lim n Indicted for violating; the olCOttlgrgaftM ro gulgtlCM to alx yearn lu tho federal prlaon at Kort Leavenworth and fined him flu. ooo. A record for oerland wheleaa tele graphic service wan made Monday nlgbl when a meaaaga wan sent from New York to Milwaukee. 1 000 iiillen away Andrew J. Houston of Iliaiumont, Tel . the only son of (he famous an Bui Houston, fix prcaldefit of Ho K' publlc of Toxas, hern of many battles with the Maztcani Is an ap pli ant for the office of Judge of the i a te n district of that state Uordon Davis, who wan hum a alnvo to Jefferson HuvIb' family, died at bis home in South Boarae, Tag., aged Co ri During the civil war he was laken by union soldiers aud made n ' poraj In the union army and was atlei'warda known aa "Corporal" Bnvta. Henry H Hughea, who nay ho re present a majority of tha Dagaocrata I of Miaaonrl vlali d Mayor Qajraor all Hi" dty null Monday ami Invltad him to be tin principal poem at the J offer oh day banquet ,to ho held In spring A Canadian Pacific paaaengwr tram 1 hail n thrill lag eacana from n glgatui j snowillde Saturday afternoon Jn' ! ':uit of piald, on i ho weatern alone ni i tha Rocklea Tin' engineer opcnoil tin ' throttle ami tha nam daabad down grade, neaping by only a tow feel VeeUVlUI haa BUddenly pecano gotlve again. There him been a eon tttiiioitti eruption tor the past 24 houra of fii hot Bton anil aahag, i h i a be i Ing accompanied by Internal datona tlona Beveral Hieuri have opened, from which Kan ami lava an' emerglni m great quartitlea Fifty bodiea have loon removed from the wreckage carried down b) the avalam ho that destroyed two (iroai Northern trains of Ihcae, t., have lo on Ben! to Bveretl ami Seattle women gw-s's ill not ho allot . -i I to wear their bata at the hanqnot '" I bo given prealdeni Tall at Chicago, j March 17, by the Iriah ftollowablp club, according to tho , .:,.!,. of the Seventy 'lulu bodiea were- recovered from the st Paul mine frldny am ot the bodiea were found in the tecond level of th" inlii". In tin- tumid run- nlng north from the mala shaft Tim bodiea are In a good atata of pre aervatlon, d aplte theli Iohr Inter men i Beveral wore In a mumminii condition ami nearly all wre incntiM Tha' the practical destruction of tha cotton I't'op of tho south, oast of th Mlaalialppl and partly west of it. la threatened by the boll weevil is the testimony kIv'mi before tho senate com nittee on agiieulture, by Benator Smith of Bouth Carolinat who ih an e& port in l otion growing Tho Chicago-Denver, weatbound, on 1 the Chicago, Roch Island Si Pacific railroad, two mllea eaal of Smith Ccn tor, Kan , was wrecked Saturday Thraa mull rlerki were hurt, nun nor caught nra ami were deetroyed, Dtaaanalon and divergence of opln ton as to queatloni of procedure t hreatena to diarupi the working oi Kanlsatlona both of th" wots" ami lrys" in Chicago! ami saloon huttlo in both aldea Importani and lurpria ui? devotopments are expecied into Drodle, th,- Chicago aviatm foil with hir. Curtiaa biplane atrablp al :i beighl uf ::n oi to foot in the stal fair ground! at laillas. Tex. Bat 1 1 id ay evening The blplaaa wan an isbed ami ruined. Rrodle wka brulaed and bleeding Whan hut no hntioB ware broken, Sew Yot k brokera and to i.i s aro worry Ing over pit kol up, allroiul of i Iraitilond of silk which Ih held up aomawhare nn tha Pactflr roaal oxtenalon of th"Chi rago, Milwaukee K St pajtl In thellli tr RiHit nwuntajM Thai a ', cent dlffon-ni In tho frelxhl ratos on dfOBBcd meat! be twwn the Missouri river ami nblcago win i suae St Jaw ph. Omaha and tai'ti ) conservative bualneei men on tin Mi-s.iiirl river Foi mai recognition ol Robert E Pear) as tho dlacovcrer of tha north pole his bean nlvon by th" leadlnc aclenttflc Bocletlea of ten governmanta, according to ndvleai which have reached tha national geographic Bo Do il- De lectlva ratiicU ,' n was shot tiy throe Italians In Chicago, died Sat unlay Wren'! d nth occurred a fow minute! aftei his wounded comrada had bean carried to his bedaide that the men mbjbl hid each other a lest fare w el I Calmly and with n steady siop Wll Ham Wilson, a negro, waa hanged at the OOUnt) Jsll at Carthage Mo Prl day murniiig tor the murder uf Mlnnlo Plum si Curl Junction. Mo on the morning of July 1 1 , 1'JflS Henry Prlror. of 515 West Twenty eighth strust Chicago, a varnlshinsker. was summoned to 'ho rear dour of his homo and shot down with u rtflo by his wife, Kat Prixor, according to a stutoment ho made to tbs puiiie The hullet wound may cause his death, doctors say John Wren snd Patrick Quinn Chi ago policemen were shot Friday morning by two Italians aupn ssd to he members of a black band organ lM tlon. The Royal mall staamer Tagus Wednesday ran down tha icbOOBOf Republic of Thnmaston, Me, nccord Ing to a wireless dispatches After a hitter fight, hy a majority of only 4 votes, the state wide local option hill wss killed In the Marv land legislature. It A Jackson, formerly vice chair man of the Rock Island executive committee, who was eliminated in the recent rcorgaolxetion of the llock Island Krisco lines, has heen appoint ed general mnnagur of the Clraat Northern railway with St Paul lioad quarters, effective March IS. Frank IMctrick. 43, one of lb! bast known Masons and one of the most prominent Shrlners in tho t utted Hta'os. died nt his homo st Wilkes harro. Pa., aftor suffering for yaars with cancer. Hnth houses of the Oklahoma legls latun- have ratified the Income tax tc thu federal constitution. Tha Shookum Mining company's camp, twenty mllos north of HoBly, N M, was v.'lpvd out by nn avalanche. Of the eighteen men In the rump all "leaped hut Superintendent K, L. fUnuaona. BANKER IS SLASHED BY PACKER GUDAHY JERE F. LILLIS. SURPRISED IN KANSAS CITY HOME OF PACK ER AND ATTACKED. E IS RUINED" HE SAYJ Chauffeur and Employer Bending Over Pleading Victim When Po lice Arrive Wife Pleads That World Not Misjudge Her. Kansas City, not I,, lleved Jon banker clubman uh-i miitilatoil b) ll la - wealth) iolor, who udahv, son millionaire In h si rioiih condition from Injuriei and nervoui shod;, ih expected to n cover unleis complication! sot in Cudahy Is secreted il lbs home of a friend, where he was taken ufter glv i ok a bond ot $100 oi xnewef to a charge of dlaturbing ih" peace, The cue againai Cudahy was con tinned iu police court Monday until oiio week from Tueaday, I.I Ilia being ttnabla to appear. Trap Carefully Planned. Tin- Cudahy scandal u 'ho sensa tion of Kaoaaa Clt) aoclal clrclea, and developmenta reveal how Liltli was led Inio a trap by Cudah ) Baturda) nbjhl Cudahy told Mi wife in- waa Kinng out ol the city for a loi day- Tin couple Went to th" Willi. Wood theater and Cudahy seir his wife homo in Ins automobile. Two hours later be weni homo, lot himsi it mil Ins chauffeur in with a latch key and found Liltli ami Mis 1'udahy to cither on a davenport, With the aid of tin: chauffeur, Cud ahy bound i,iiit aecured a butoiier knife ami llaahad his body while th wife and a mai l looked on with boi rnr. their screams mingling with th" xioatis of th" wounded maD Th. police say they have booked t'udahy for no more serious chargv bociuae I. lilts has made noun nint seir. and they do no' fei l Ilka hold inn tin wealthy young packer fos an) other accusation than his victim ' ; ' to o"nt I.i. lis woiiuils pro' leniational ailegatiotti aro ? pi i tod iii Kansas City social an I Bnaneial clrclei. Phyalclana si tin hospital declared Monday that even h the banker r com rs he w in ho disfigured for lifo. Ho is suaterini from aavaro mi h ahoul tho face aims and lege, said to han been inflicted with a knife by Cudahy Found Woundrd and Roped. 1. lilts wa! hum, I In the initio: ol four. J Isti Moss, stood nis proa trat" form Cudah) told the police Mills had ruined his home The poiic" ft rag knew ut the trouble when an e. nd woman's voire on the telephone mid Station No t to hurry to the houaa us a nan hi.- being murdered Po was moaning ami begging (or nn laying! "Dou'l do I!, .lad,; pi' don't do it " Cudahy was In evening dress Coal off, sleeves rolled up and tared wiih blood from his vie I, llli- was bound with lopes, nude and bit edlng from iiuun culi- int ra. i.nr ui in Mrs Cudahy issn Which she said so garditn: her were true "Time alone will truth." Mra Cudal justice to tae and believe a word il The ItOI IC all men ilia I re I un- Ml , In dan'l i said. . leing untru MARATHON DANCE RECORD b . Frisco Couples Remain on Floor Fifteen Hours and Get Purse of I45. Snn Francisco, California. the world s dancing record of fourteen hours and forty-one mihuiHB was broki ii Sunday afternoon by six cou pies who were the survivors of sev enteen that benan dancing a Mar athon at in :!0 Saturday night fur purses of 14t The sife couples remaining on the floor at ths close will divide a purse of 145. Vhl legs and hacks ol all were badly swollen, and three or the women will prohahly be confined In the hospital for a we, 1, or more. Two women DOUteitaBtl fainted Clauses Cut Out of Railroad Bill. Washington, I). C. By a vote of It to 11 the house committee on Interstate and foreign commerce Mon day strui'K from the administration rnllroiid hill the provisions relative to oontrol by railroads of competing lines One of the provisions would have allowed railroads which own over r.o par cent of the stock of com peting lines lo purchase the remain der of Ih" stock, and would huvi- lo galiied all pnst purchases of stock. These provisions were recommended agpeetall hy the president i ; i i i MISSOURI NEWS ! Hadley Names Committee. Jefferson City - The liamcB of the rommlttee which will award th" Taney county Bvemcra farm offered bj a prize by the Mlaaoarl State lm migration commlaalon ami Qov, Mad ley, to the poison drawing the host diagram of a five-acre furm. wore an nounced b) the governor, Their names follow: B, F Yoakum, president of the Krisco; VY. S. Clark, vice-president of the Missouri Pacific; i)r F. )i Mum ford, dean of tin- department of agriculture, Minaourl state unlveriity; Norman J. Colman, st Uonla; Arthur T Nelson, prealdeni of tha state isiard uf agiioultttra, Fair Board Elects Officers Columbia Al a meeting of the Mis souri statu fair board in lodalia on Thuraday night Dean r B. Mumford ol lie- college of agriculture of the l nlveraity of Mtaaouii was mad" di ! 'toi iu chuig" of the draft boraa department Doctor K, A. Trow bridge, luitructor in animal buibaad ry, become! superintendent of tin de partment C. II K'kles. profess. M of dairy buabandry, .1 c Wbliten, pro lessor of horticulture, and K II 1- ruaree, assistant in agronomy, weiu choaen premium imiges Girls' Superintendent Re Elected. Chlllirotha Mrs . M. Clay "i ;: i.oiii wna re-elected luperintandeni of 'in- stal.- Induatrlav home for grlls, i'o. on c i' i'epet of Rraymer, who wai appointed a member of th" board in Governor Madlay, was elected prelident of the hoard to sue I'd rhouiaa .1 Hoge, Democrat, whose term expired 'Doctor it Barney, Republican wa! elected physician 10 succeed Doctor William Glrdner, pemocrnt, whom term had expired, Holes Sought on Depot Site. Joplln A di ill tig is at work on ill" site of Joplln'l proposed $200,000 union depot, 10 determine If there ire abandoned initio drifts beneath lbs premlaei, This location was ibe acena of early-day cine ami lead mining nperaliona If any drifts lire found, h" Burton is to ho blasted iu and Hi" pits tilled with rock Between -0 and Ion holes will In- sunk Hadley Starts Qama Preserve Jefferaon City. Jeaea A Tolerton sih"' ga anil tish commlaaloner, has furntahed to each of the stale officers u number uf Hungarian partrldgei Wltb which to slock their farms Qov, Hadlo) 1, leasnl his bird! on hie farm west of Jefferaon Qlt) The governor has ahoul forty ar't'es of woodland! on Ins farm, and he will COO Vert this Into a mi all game preserve. Missourians in Avalanche. 1 llngton It UagkTd and wife, among those reported killed in tha ul"'l until in Joplln, later col Ma, Fruit Prospects Good. Me I co Fruit groWl s of this conn, ty say that tin- prospect for a koisI fruit nop m tudrlaa county was never bettor Tiny claim that al though 'lie lasi cold spell was u lit tle hard on peachel, th" damage Is not enough to I." appreciable later. Cr-'um-ia Physician Drops Dead. Columbia in it k Graham, pros- Idem of lie- HlMOUrl Saddle Morso flrecdcra' association, dropped dead In his offlco Thuraday afternoon from a paralytic sunk" Dr Qrahaaa had his'ii 11 reaidanl of Columbia for alx ) ears Dr. Price Succeeds E. C. Halle. Nevada. At n meeting of the hoard ol manager! of th" state hospital for the Ihsnnn No ::. held Thursday, Mr. F. C Halle of ( 'artcrvtlle, rinlgned as ggaiitanl phyilcian and Ur R, it Prlea of Slatei was elected lo fill the mh alley. New Missouri Banks. Jefferson City. Hank Commission er sw auger issued cnnrtari to tho Rank of Umgwooil. Ingwood. Mo.; capital stock. tlO.UUO; und to the Traders' hunk of Tipton, capital Ixed ut flj.OOO Judge Mackey Drops Dead. LOUlllana Judgl John T. Mm key uropped dead at his home In IniiHl- ana Saturday afternnon, n was " fgara of age, a retired farmer, and wxs one of the substantial citizens of like 1 ountry. W. M. Fry Apopinted Judge. Jefferson City. Governor Hadley appointed William M. Fry Judge of the county court of the eastern district of Montgomery county, vice c L, Walx, renhjmed, Fog Causes Trolley Wreok. Spiingfleld ltunnlng nt high speed In a dense fog. two trolley cara col lided head on In Spring Said, und the two motormon, Joseph Aaron Bnd Georgo Sherman, were fatally Injured. The paeeeogori escaped. Governor Pardons Flfty yesr Man. JlffereOB City. Governor Hiulloy pnrdoned Doctor C. D. llellln, who was serving n sentence of fifty years for assault committed In Bucbanun county He Is sufferlug from bruin tumor. VALUE OF MEAT CHOPPER Through Its Use the Housekeeper Is Enabled to Utilize Leftovers in Appetizing Manner. The meat chopper will soon save ; more than Its cost hy enabling "lie , to use cheaper cuts of meat and lo Utilise leftover neat- Haw beef run through It is a pleasant change from plain steak It should be well sea soned with suit and pepiier before chopping and should have a little fat mixed in with the lean. Drop the little rolls Just us they conn- from th" perforated plate of 1 hopper on u very hot pan, with a little butter. Stu llghtl) a moment or two and serve quickly on u hot plate To use rem nunis of roasts, steak "or any nice cooked meal, put them through tin (hopper and mix with equal measure of bread crumbs, season with salt und pepper. Some persons may lis herbs Moisten with any gruvy ot stock you may have or with cream, making a little more moist than you would dressing lor poultry, a skillet oi thick pan. cov nt in with a plate and bake in the oven un til wall heated Twenty minutes oi hnlf hour is about right. After n few trials, possibly the first time, any on may succeed in making this vary nice ly Another favorite way of ualBI meat, especially cooked ham. Is to cut It in small pieces, heat lightly and break over It one egg for each pet son to be served When the eg; li" gins to sot. out across them and stli carefully, so as to prcierve tha dis tlnct yellow and white of the eggs Serve ut 0000. When frying mush dip Hie lllces first in the whit" of an agg This makes It criip. Before pout ing hot fruit into a gla -dish or Jul put It on a W!l cloth Thl.- will ki op the glass from cracking To prevent milk from curdling add a good pinch of carbonate of soda ti each quart oi before putting it on b boil Take a round piece of cloth, run a rubbel In It. and keep over the tO of meat chopper; no dust und alwayi ready for use I'ntut murks on glass, such as i lie spiasins bit by careless workmen on window pain s, cm he scraped oft with a penny dipped In cold water The white mayon nalB! prepared hj foreign chefs calls for cream, lemol Juice and the white of an ork Inatead Of the oil. Vinegar and ec,; yolks usee m the ordinary mayonnalae, When baking apple pie put a teg si htul or two of strong cold tea it In the filling, also try the sumo li your apple BBUce or baked ipptea ami notice the Improved flavor of th" ap pies Kitchen Table. The ordinary kitchen table is toe low for tall people to work on. Take lour common doorstops which screw into 'he wainscoting to prevent doors Striking the wall, and screw one on to th" bottom of each table leg This raises the table ibout three Inches and makes It much mure convenient lei the tall person. Tho doorstops look like finished portions of the legs, aro nent nnd could not be detected as being other than parts of the legs themselves, They can be bought tol a few cents and screwed on in live minutes. For Greasy Floors. I! tin floor of the kitchen Is Italped with grease the spots should In leaned with a preparation of fuller. earth Make a good lather of soai and boiling water, stir some fuller! earth Into the suds and spread over the stains, leaving the mixture on tin j boards over night. The next day ' scour the boards with a si rung brush and soap In the usual manner, nnd tho grease will be removed If one treatment Is not Btlflctent, tin- appll cation should he repeated. -Homil Chut Swiss Steak. Mgva vour butcher cut a round ot Weak one Inch thick and aa much as I ho number you serve Season with salt and pepper, pound as much flour into the steak on both sides as is pos llble t get In. Have your spider hot with frying! In it and put the steak In Just a minute to seal over, then turn the same, then turn on wa o r and lot cook slowly until tender, adding water as It cooks down In or dOT to have enough for your gruvy. Hot Egg and Milk. Fcg nnd milk flavored with n IfttV vanilla extract well shaken and sprinkled over Ihe top with nutmci; Is a favorite beverage with some enn valeacenti. it is served piping boi with small salted wafers. Well per sons are also fond of the drink and prefer substituting sponge cake foi the wafers. Meat Dumplings. Dent well three eggs with a little snlt. Pour Into the beaten eggs -Hi eupfiils of beat broth and put Into doubl" boiler. Dot It cook till stiff; when done take spoon nnd cut little dumplings and put In soup. Pineapple Fritters. T'se plain batter Cut tho fruit In 1 small pieces. 0OYIT with sugnr foi two hours before using, then drain mix and fry. Hull In sugar and serve with n sweet same flavin ed with pineapple. Ml 1 A II .9 WORTH KNOWING iinple Out Powerful Prescription for Rheumatism aod Lame Back. This was previously published hero ind cured hundreds, "G- t one ounce of lyrup Baraaparilia compound and one ounce Torll Compound. Then get half a pint ol good whiskey und put Hi other two Ingredients into It, L'se a tablaapoootnl oi this mixture before each meal and at bed time Shake the bottle each time.'' Good effects ate felt th ' first day. Any druggist has these Ingredient! on baud or will quickly get them from bis wholesale in. Betrayed by tne Ti pping Habit. "Your friend, th itint. my dear, o his blooming wa oi ixt end not ice a ban wa held Ills palm 1 said the millionaire t daughter, has an odd Ing his hand Did you parted tonight that In upparmoatf" Ills daughter llgbed i was In hopes." lu- unit .nnred. that If Alphohse w us exposed It i- was at least a would he found i liar lo restaurant waiter but I was only a shoe shim .- hop " I'm afraid he In a barber The English Way "Do you think baseball will ever got a foothold iii England?" They play it sonic. ' "As itrenuoualy as wa do?" Well, ho They serve lea between Inninga, 1 understand " Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Houra. I 1 1 n tenon's llelief for IthsumaUsm usu p retlovoa Bovoroai i-xbos In a few houra, I'- -e'ien is remarkable It remove! tha raiio nnd il"- dlseaai quickly ihsappcara. Klral does benefits :' Druggie te. No Deposits. 'Do you think there's money In W ell, If ll ere i- th. f keep it well leeured Exchange 11.060 to be given away to Hie ladles who una Defiance Starch.- Watch foi l o if large advertisement whlih will appear in this paper later. Excellent Connection. Is his family well connected?'' "Kxtrcmely so They have an ex l-KKIIY 11 w Is- i- Mtii 1.1 1: haan snvlahle mnuiBtloriiif ,srrrMviiiitj poatasse e ii. nil" fi'inerty fur lumhnB" m-mtu-.i l-iruuiy ',' ti. 1, , i Xm nna ju . ai sn dnimn-is. Some man g" to their graves with- i'it dlecovering that tiie) ware not as Importani as they 1 bought they were. I-1 l i s ( I HI 11 IN O TI) 14 11 ga r-A7.il him wkm isvrani, .1 in rnn, ani an 1 h 'g 111" 1 Hlf -I BB .i I'-- iruiliiig pfkta la . , .. .1 UK Mwiiys I nl. I van (ai n, e.. fr. ' 1'1,-n ml Pelli Im tint nti in v.-nn I.,. I .. , n-itiilrtti 1 nil no m,,r.,t,. -'iiitidrti. 10 er kii.i tantoh mi,-. ir cualad lilts w 1 - v crnn-eatini monkey in Blam sw Imi like 11 tish Lrwia' Ringle Binder, stmitzht fw? many mnokarii prefer them tu luc cigars. I' I-' 'I every prodigal son who getH Your Liver is Clogged up That's Why You're Tired- aorta Hava No Appellte. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS will nut you right in a lew day,. JSMEr ittlc the" duty. JSk WT I IVER 1 "" JSTr PILLS Cemtipt- tioa, BiU iauiarn, ladigtltiaa, aa Sick Mdackc. SMALL PILL, SHALL DOST. SHALL PUC1 GENUINE mutt hear lignalure: THICK, SWOLLEN GLANDS llllll lll.tkn U fli.r!- V tU'f HtXkt Lwv Tliu h Wind, UMklciWII, CjiII bf I u 1 '.i.i with or fin Hunch or Hm-Hlntf. Pin 111 inter, n o llr.tr Kiini', him1 h,lr. k.-pt ut Hurt. 9: UI INT Ixiltliv .!ts4itmM:,.Mt., f,.r DfiT.b. . ml . ti nm! B. I. . t4.nre. Tiimr vu .n . Vein. Vcrrn. liy llr rlngjip V.nir HnikviM run nupplv unU k ' !.). 1 1 re Will lt 1 1 tnn nmre If 1 Vl Jfond l int J n-athn.kiiiKt it'Mitii.ifitnln. MM, pttif by . r, T1N... r. I. r., IIO TraafU Hi., ffpriMneM. H. PATENTS I ' 1 ' 1 1 . ' . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 trei OkplUaUw Ti)iirbn.lnn. a: vlcMtand tytxtk lcinx. Hproi- .1 : '.- ; - i'. -: 11 i 1 ,. . ireo. i- ..m. , i' . . Out ed fieW I PISO'S is the word to remember vben you need a remedy rDC0UGHS6C0LDS