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The Farmingion Times
TIR1S1 Prtu NEWS OF THE WEEK rEST NEWS OF THE TERSELY TOLD. WORLD NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND WEST Notts From Foreign Lands, Through cut the Nation and Particularly tne Great Soutnwest. i I HI Fhllad strike I Il ia Ran propui ill tin i.. , I.I. Ii- yea I II . Hit' bundle til 3 com I inch' III III' llll I .1 . Mi I '. ialti "i i, bos curs figure Vork uncum 'ma ills oid tin- onni n insurgent v aabtugton. Asserting that 50 r rax s i r bankrupt y States bava ut leaal ..mi nf the Up United suspicion ii It, t il iiikI thai national fund ol . nun nun i., net de d lor iiuesiigution. I' I. S). I hi Paul in nu addroH 1 1 1 Up nu. ago Credit Men sssocis Him. sdvocsted cetebllsbment nf a national fumi to prosecute "profes alunal debtora ami bankrupts " wnii a pump ihotaun, Mrs Sbtpp arf ol Sheriff Thomas II, Bhlpp, a' Decatur, Ala., prevented the escape ol Inui uMt prison' rs, charged with Preparation for the celebration of Mi snd Warren Pallbanka are Indianapolis, in. I 1 bo prealdenl ami till wife a bagrty Booster wale Mis C compiet d former vie Will lie KlVi'l mi', ami Ih whole slat- will In John P Cudaby, presented. park' of Kans.-w City, who i intly ol notoriety by bli attack upon Lillts, a banker, in tba Cudaby liiini' accotnapnivd by Joseph M. ami his wile of Chicago, basi at itabeville, N C. what ihc Chicago police in anotbi i twiii ilia, k inui. I Cudahj arrived declare nurdei was i ommlttod Thursday afl srnoon whan Carmalo Copiii, B7 yaari old, Italian itorakaepar, waa lound dead wnh four stiletto wounda in his neck Opposition to poBlal saving! hanks was vnii i ll hefore tba house eOBMBll Ice cm OStofDOSI ami poet roads b) repretentatlvei of the American Bank vis' association. Nut only did the speakers oppose the posmi savings bank bill, wblch recently passed the tangle, but they said they opposed tic principle of iliu government going Into the banking business. An unprecedented regiatratlon of 1 12, .MIS Tuesday raised the nutiilicr nf Chicago voters to a total that sssnred .i le w record, estltnatsd by the alec producing animals amounts to Mt.ooo, after revision, I h" house, committee on naval nf fairs fm in ably reported n hill gp proprlating 1500.000 t" raise the wreck nf tin battleship .Maine, in Havanns harbor Tii" Jury in the stall s charter un liniment suit against the t-Yeiu li 1,1.1; Springs Unti l i'n., owned principalis by Thomas C. Tnggart found for the ilef lant. itt I'aoli. Ind. Nearly 15000 delegates will a' tend ih" Partners' Educational ami Co-operative Union convention iu si l.onis tba wi ck of May j, according to letters received by .iohn flrady, in charge of arrangements, aUgbty or gaaisSttonS have been heard from and 14,500 locals, each with an aver ags membership, have annonnoer they wilt sand delegates. The senate committee on Judiciary voted in recommend the rejection by the senate nf Robert t. Devlin's nomination as i'niicii states district attorney at San Francisco, Fire, which started from an un known cause, entirely destroyed tin Cumberland, .Md.. city hall, in which was located the Academy of .Music, the Masonic Temple, Odd Fellow's hall and the market bouee. Tba loss is over 1150.000. Consul Junior, tne soaealled educat ed chimpanzee, who was dressed and taught to act like n man, died at Ha' las, Tex., of bronchial pnsumooia after an illness of four days Consul was valued at 150,000 and was insured with a London insurance company tor that amount. 10 years eld, who iliv police Of Obi f the body of bar In Muasillon. I'll ircutnstsnces in- potion, was ar John c. . Roblnsoi Class, k i lon Loaier, '1 in I Howell, Claroni laddie K. Morrli Harry Forbci M i ' . I ader s 0 swindling nun I,. Boh i iaran Prank Fi Hi.' fi tie Mi Phers I llluffs, Li principal gh school home by ad He ha P Pirn II T Bcnti Of tie inn she 'llij' stormy ; Hungarian Magyars in. .1 inkwe is bavi cbaml ei si ssioas or n of deputies, tt itdld thomselvi ami other hand ge 111 lis rs cut Ii, spite i Kbui iron) I their ami epori regarding Kdward who . .a' the king del Sunday has torn reassuring, "d In an ex- ll" oftii III Two un plosion in Coal and ik The tllSIS, hni mini Mini No is i be Weatei n Jenny I. Ind ii and JeSJ inanagomeni p'M t filed 111 I ih- Oklahomi pot e, of v, I.'. publicans I Statu funds In a n p legislature Friday b) house coiutultlne, coi.i- Democrata and two niy Zlegenhi rctte hank president of tbs Bar mayor of Si pIcturosQus tig 111 e I history of later at' IU O'olock u street cur ol days. di i uursday d sud l' n 1Kb' nil apolexy The evident Will I"' III" 111 determli g tht furtwiight, iu SSlug Curtwi Igl pending the i " of a S year old gli I, i-t Important factor In 'bail; o .Mrs Daisy . ounectlon with which ii tic husband, is held srdlct of i lie cora&ar's a III iad of hogs, averaging oh, was sold at ihe jury 140 ai russo slrslgbl I pounds e i a t St Uouis slock yarda Friday for III u hundred pounds -a total of $i,7;li vi and an average of $27 08 per hog. tttacked mid rold s Pullman sleeper b) on the Central rallro, I In s berth In d bandit i Jersey, r by a mask llroad or N.. Charles Mill, u hum asti r, was When Hi" Irani Two men wer wealth) found rem bed ' kill.. I resident of unconscious Jersey City, and several or dynamite mill's north tsjisr - by explosion ill ill" oil and gas Held 1 of Bartlesvllte. ok 'ion Prslrls t)ii and Qss compsny at Muskogee, Ok., announced g rslsa of I 'ills for light crude oil ami a ralae Of I i. nis ou fuel oil. making lisht crude oil :ik rents und fuel oil lib cents. This Is 2 cents Bvcrage mark"t price. Un die! lias passi seiiiii changes the Prussian suffrage bill. alioM the 1. without es srnment'a The volu was 2;i to gg. The bltiorly oppogsd measure has been b) lbs Socialists. wlios.' lecint puhln d minis'! nilnns of protest have brought frequsnt conflicts with Ih 111 the Ideal option eloc connty, Tex., went dry hi them into police. Inn Haskell a majority McConnetl prohibition- if voles. .Iu II was the manage ists ami P. M 1 anils Arthur Darnel Robert Hamuli. Mrs Barnett, s Arkansas river. th ttS manage: I tile and and the years old. ions of Mr. drowned In Orchard il ove. Colo Neltht Waller II years condi i iblttenango .ah sn lm. it who for many pr.vate bank ut serving a one hard labor iu the N year s ssnten Onondaga penitentiary He was found guilty of receiving deposits when his bank was Insolvent. That n strike will be delated hy ihe members of the ruled Mine Workers gad that II will include :;50.- ooo union miners, but enough nnn union workmen and the allied union Ists of oilier vocations in liting the number of sirik' ra up to hair a mil lion, is the onl) conceivable way the disinterested stud"!' conference can view Cincinnati. The financial loss Stales caused by I til of Ih" mining Ions at tbs In Ihe Cnllnd erculuals in food producing ntmals amounts i" tt4,000, ooo annually, according to Dr A. I). Melvtn, ' lil"f of the bureau of animal industry of the department of agri culture' The French government Saturday officially confirmed the conoluslon of the Prsnco-Amerlcsn iinifr sgreement. Old Mother Bsrtb, who closely guarded her age for her entire life, Is 400 000.000 years eld. according to an article which appeared in the current numb, r of a geological puuli. a ion of the University of Chicago. During tin absence of Mr. ami Mrs Fred Willis from their farm house near Itiipld City. Man., it canghi tire and three Utile daughters. Vera, Florence and Violet, were tnclnerstsd with uw building. Kathrina DM been soi aim e the ii sistei g h day availing dlcsttag nu resti d Mom rli b rubber 47 DEAD, 36 HURT IN ROCK THREE COACHES. FILLED WITH PEOPLE, PLUNGE FROM RAILS NEAR GLADBROOK. IOWA. III III ONE COACH ARE KILLED Wreckage Catches Fire, Adding to Horrors of Catastrophe Physiclar.;, Rushed m From Neighbor ing Towns, Work With Injured on Relief Trains and Minister to Them In Homes Thrown Open by Iowa '3 Seveia1 Die on Way to Hospitals. porsc ii. ItiK-k ! land dniild consisting final Wes as running Mountain Monday mi ader pas songi trai if 12 coaches, left tii" . in tracks, over WUlOfa II four miles north of Orson e ar Qladbrooit, la. , at 8: 17 mtng. k was the worst in the own railroading, when the the n u i he Pullmans ars laft tii slesoopod ih mi iii the ti i One of the ay coacbea . day i nacl.es Kvory p.e t day coach was klileit aleepers and one of the ere i roni B( 1 mis The there Bunday afternoon over and Wi : " 1 1 anal lland at Dutllngt Iowa Wreck Catches Fire. Tii" wroi k oaugbl llf" and many of the passcngori pinned under tin- d" hris, burned could be res The follow to death before they ad 4 1 1 a partial list of tbi Dead. Vinton, la Mish train i Prof v. iung, Msrshslll died on wn. L W. I trl fa of III Iowa stat- Teachers' died on iii sbslltown. Jacob n die lor on It.--enlii" No C, Cart porter. of (' liefll' 'dm Rapids, ia r"ai hlng Mar ir Raplda, con No dor SI. Itapids. til Cedar Rapids Injured. Nora w ih ov William Moo ii Nagel ill". Mo Llisls Andei on. Vinton, iu. Florence w ;. nn Charles iais. Rata Kennedy, Mr and Mis. Waterloo, Is. Minneapolis Burlington, la Oeorgs MoDoi aid. 'erth. N l I, M Walls. Washburn. N D. Ireii" Cowan, Waterloo, la Hi B. w. Newman. Mount Vernon, A F .1 II Mrs. 1. E. Brow n Sw il. W. M Eggles Waterloo, la . Waterloo, la citz. Vinton, la in. Vinton, la, Pi ants 0. N t; ii ! Itapids. Thompson, Vinton, la. Qoodenougb. fireman, c-'du la Robinson, Cedar Itapids. la. P A N Jenkins Watcrl ia P porter. r a Swift. vVaterlu D.i 1 1'. RUS Grand Port Minn. Mrs pecse. Alfred Abral John Whit Gnat Western 'tndst k, la in, Clermont, S MarshalltowBi Hot. la.. Physicians Hurry to Aid A speelal train with pbysll lans was riisln d to the so ne and other doctors went overland In automobiles. The hospitals had been placed in readlni ss to receive the wounded The rescuers dragged the dead and wounded from the other couches and laid them beside ths road, where they were given medical attention An other wrecking train carried the in jured to Waterloo. nlal The bodies nf Hie dead are so badly ! burned and mangled thai It is ...., slide to positive!) identify all nf them nt once. The train was a cnnsolblatiun ol two Mlnneapolls-St.Psul trains, which left Chicago ami St Louis Sunday night, it was a "double-header," and was running over the tracks of the Great Western on account of a wreck on the Rook Islanu. It Is said most of the persons killed Were tiding In the chair car when the wreck occurred. The cause ni on. derailment has nol been ascertained. Flood Menaces Kansas City. Kansas City, Missouri A warn iug was Issued by the weather bureau Monday morning thai the Missouri river would reach flood stage here Wednesday night. This w ill i over lowlands on ths Wats front and iu the mouth of the Raw, Dr. Eliot 76 Years Old. Cambridge. Mass. . naa. W. KlioL president emeritus of Harvard university, quietly celebrated his asvsaty-slxth birthday Sunday. nu is In vigorous health. WEAK RELIEVES URINARY AND KiDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAINING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder. and Back. Kidneys Wouldn't It be nice within a v. ask or SO to begin to say goodbye forever to , 'he scalding, dribbling, straining, or too frequent passage of urine; tie. fore bead and the baok-of-tbe-hesd aches; 1 the stitches and pains In the back; the j growing muscle weakness; spots be. I lore the eyes; yellow- ikin: sluggish i bowels; swollen eyelids or gnkles; leg cramps; unnatural snort breath; sleep- les: m ss and Ih" despondency? I have u recipe for these troubles I thai ynu can depend on. and If you want to make s quick recovery, you ougui io wnie n nu ire; g copy ,,( Many n doctor would charge you f just for writing this prescription, I have It and will be glad to s- ni to you entirely fr"c. Just drop in line like this: ir A E Roblm k inn Luck Building, Detroit, Mich.. and 1 will send It by return mail In a plain envelope AS you will see when ynu gal It, this recipe, contains only pure, hnrmh-Hs remedies, but Ii has great Dealing and paln-conqm ring Ii Will quickly shiw you lis power once you us,, it. so I think von bad bet ter see what it Is without delay, I will s-nil you a copy free you can use it end cure yourself at home HIS WAY OUT OF IT. Prospective Tenant (noticing sev ral Inches of water In the cellar .My, this cellar leaks. Landlord It don'i leak n drop That water ims been In hers for two months and not a single drop ha.- es- csped. A ContiOlattun. a young woman v an had been in Un- habit of spending bar summers in a hill viiing" of Connecticut recently oucounti n d a rural neighbor lt a city store. How's your wife, Mr Ore an?" In 'juiied the young woman graciously, Why, don't you know, said Mr. Green, "i lost her three months ago '" "Oh," said the ihOCkl d young wiini an, "I didn't know I beg your par don. Mr. ; n, for icing so thought' It ss " "Well." sal ower soothing might bsvs in Record A Ma Rata story; "A Buffalo nsolate Wld- a had as it good llelp." rsngsnsSS. ii. an tells Inn tht reial ive from Scotland he tt our grand special 1 in sl. in l ie two ga.'.'d al the fall lung time, Tie n Ihe Buf- lain man heaved n sigh and I " 'Ah. Cousin Donald, tlid ever ee anyl lung so i "The sjcotchm thought) saswert " Weal, fur b. but for strange, la ih" 'i em n at r a wooden leg.' " eautlful and strange?' in, after a moment's d calmly; mnle. yon's a rlcht ; 00 1 ii r I once saw eeblos a peacock wit' The Simple Life. Hungry Quest -Afraid I'm n bit late, hu! hope I haven't kept breakfast w ait ing Hostess- (Ih. 1 forgot to mention that we're trying the ' nn breakfast'' plan, und feel so much belli r for It. We dO trust i: will have the same ef fect With you. A LITTLE THING Changes the Home Feeling. Coffee biota out the sunshine from many a home by making the mother, nr some other member of the house hold, dyspeptic, m rvous and Irritable There are thousands "f cases where the proof is absolutely undeniable. Here is oiie. a wis mother writes: "I was taught to drink coffee at nn early age, and also at tin early age be came a vict lm to headaches, and as I grew io womanhood these headaches became a pari of me, as I was scarcely ever free from them. "AbOUl live year' ago a friend urged me in try PostUin, 1 made the trlnl and the result was so satisfactory that we have used it ever since. "My husband and little daughter were subject to bilious r.ttacks, but they have both been entirely free from them since we began using Poatum in stead nf coffee. I no longer have headaches and my health is perfect." If some of these Hred. nervous, ir ritable women would only leave off coffee absolutely and try Pontum they would (Ind a wonderful change In their lift . It Would then be tilled with sun shine and happiness rather thnn weari ness and discontent. And think what nn effect it would have on Ihe family, for Ihe mood of the mother is largely responsible for the temper of the chil dren. Rend "The Road to Wellvlll-," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." gttev r-nrt Ihe SSBVS lelterf A new nnr ngpeeSS from tlntr to fliur. They rrr trut. and full of liuutaa I ul. Teat. 53.50 RECIPE CURES KIDNEYS, FREE j MISSOURI NEWT Wheat Is Badly Damaged OlasgOW. C H. llano's, net lary or the Glasgow Milling companj after making a personal inspection o a large ana of farm lands udjacen to Olaagow, reports thai the damag to wheat here will easily reach 7 per tent Farmers living along Stti Mi url river have suff rei ss. In many cas'-s tin hi; regarded as a tots Saline. Charlton am bottoms the toast s an the ki st wheat crop be failure, in lb Howard county particularly he Joplin Mine Changes Ownership. Joplln.- The Cameron mine and mill and ih" fee simple to fifty-three acres of party developed mineral land, known as Bartlett's first addition to Joplin, has been sold by Mr. and Mrs w M, I've m He una Land and Min ing company for a reported coaaidora tiuu uf $200,000. Calls Attention to Mistake. Jefferson City.- state gupe listen deal of Public Si bonis Cass calls attention to an "nor prevailing in i hood many quarters to ih" Effect that county school superintendents will in sleeted host April In all the counties The clei lion Will OCOUr iu April. 1911. Two Sentenced for Carthage - William William Smith were years in tii" suit" Judge II L liright here for registering Election Fraud. Pickens ami lentem od to four penitentiary In iu circuit court Iraudulently in the local . January 27 iptlOU election ill Joplill Student Columbia -Mo. I sell Gets Federal Job. P. t. Cola of Quaker, alor iu the college of of the 1'nlverslty of Mis beep nppoiut"d assistant ggriculturi souri, baa hortll iillrust at ih. perlmeni station in .Sot folk, va. government e.v truck fanning at Mining Students Visit Joplin. Joplin. Garbed in khaki and htioat upon seeing the sights of the mining district, thirty .'.indents of the senior class of the Holla Bcbool of Mines accompanied by several m berg Of the faculty, and spin! Monday visiting mining plants. Springfield Votes for Gat, Springfield.--t. N Barnsdsll wsa g rented i franchise to pips nstUral Bas Into tills City by a vote nf 2157 for the franchise and xi againai The gas Hill he piped here from Oklahoma. The prl e i to be 35 cents per 1000 cubic feet. Baptist College Head Guits. Ls Orange. -Doctor John w Crouch, who bus I u in the lead of La Orange Bsptisl college for the last Bve years, has resigned from tht presi dency of the Institution, Tht resigns tlon was accepted to be eff active March 25. H.idley Announces Appointment. Jefferson City. Governor Hadley announ ed the appointment of J L Torrej ol Pruitland, Mo., as u membei of tie board of managers of the frail 1'xperlnienl station at Mountain Qrave, in the place of Joseph Knoerie. Two New Banss Gets Charters. Jefferson City. etate Hank Commis sinner iwanger issued charters to the isiink or Pocobontas, Cape Olradeau county, capita stock. 110.000, and the Home Hunk of Forest City. Holt county; capital stock $2o,ooo. Mules Sell for J365 Columbia. Twenty mules were sold In Columbia nt prices ranging from 1180 to $3n'5 a pair, Most of these mules were purchased by farmers in Boons county, hut some were purchas ed by slock men. Deppe Heads La Grange College. La Orange The beard of trustee of La dang" college announced th ppolntmi nt of Professor c. a. Deppi lenipnrai y ; li'ih'tnan of Ihe faritlt. Cccks to Abolish Office. Pnrber. A s tri m Is being circuhtt I In .Ml. Irani county asking Hit fot Sl'lllll h ihway ' flit nglns Macons Lay Church Corner Stone. Charleston, Th" cornoi stone of the new $36,000 Baptist Church wan laid Tuesday by members of the Masonic lodge. W, A, Hull, grand mast, r of lb" Missouri Grand lodge, ot&clated. Special Election at Lebanon. Lebanon. The city council nr Lebanon has called a special election fir March 2:i to vote on a proposition Io iastie 5)10,000 to repair and lacrsgst UlS light gno water plant. Youngberk Would Plead Guilty. Carthage. William Yonngbcrg, con fessed murderer m Mrs. Dura Kelson iasi week nt Joplin, was arraigned In the circuit COnrl and offered to plead guilty to murder In the trot degree. t us plea was not accepted. Veteran Celebrates Birthday. California Major John W. Moore, postmaster here nnd a hading at torney for 45 years, celebrated his aigbthlsth birthday Saturday, There waa u family reunion and many Of the citizens extend congratulations. III the pro- lyJ'C'vvv'M " of county lC'r' GORDON'S TESTI MONY PROVES INTERESTING S plcturi' Is given above, is agent for the Atlantic tt Pacific Tea Company in Ogdensburg, j N. Y and resides at 71 King street, ' that city. In giving testimony regard Ing his own esse, Mr. Gordon recently made ths following statement; "Some ii;n" ago, while suffering from stomach catarrh, I was advised to lake Cooper's .' , two bottlt I liscovi ry, and did so. tb" preparation putting my stomach into good condition, Pre vious io my taking the New Discovery t count not. cat n meal without i xpe rlenclng pain und discomfort after ward. I had been in this condition for a long time, although I hud tried many different remedies in ssaroh of relief, uiul at last reached th" conclusion that I had sxhausted every available re source. Cooper's New Discovsry was therefore to me ulmnst a heaven sent blessing, and the work of the medl- i cine was so permanent and lasting that i h ive had no recurrence of my former trouble whatever, "I can cat anything I care for with out noticing any bad effects aftervard. I have recommended Coopers Maw DIsCOVSry to many persons of my ac quaintance, mid It never falls to give satisfactory results. It reaches the seat of stomach trouble iu mighty short order." Cooper's New Discovery Is sold by sll druggists, if your druggist can not supply ynu, we will lorward you the name of a druggist in your city who will. Don't accept "something just us good." The Cooper Medicine Co., Dayton, Ohio. The difference bclween llendeT and skinny woman is a matter ol duiiais rather than sense. WESTERN CANADA Senator Dolllver, of Iowa, aayo: JJThn ,tr-nm i.f .-mlrraji t from the L'nlti'i! Htnlea hcukior wHIvm mwiitlr rnil . - an ' I uiiit'U, and air at "il,rn ia g, Ian. I tuititfirln t! nhf trU Of jLlll.lloll BIM'Aklntf IXHI. pm tl.ia will HfMlj (off l!io it mow. I if no man) I' ma furmora In CnrimliL Oar BgkOJ If nr.. tt.u-1 with . 1 1 j thn riti'll. b Jtuinig. trbtloa of luw, an ) tLnr nn i ii, - io ta in lna of i i- ,i, : . guj tl.i-r art still cobh IrnraeontrilMiUNl larsa IV li)fli tii llllll kaual. in ftrtlllTS nil. i tnililn ( i. ..,!. fit-tr iiontu d ii r I hit 1 in Mi, ii Drop roi n rni i tiriiiiric.ir im M.'il i .it h. ii. '..iii. of uwooHBtrr nswartfi of imo,ooo,ooo.oo irnln rrrtmliif;. rui.ci form ing:, rattle nitalnc uiul iLilrjIiii ra nil irorit:ii,i.. i rra, ii,,nif- aiciula of 1(U) Mm ,,, DM In Ujsj t.TY , ,, . HiO nrpst j - - '-r'ii .... ut $;i,(iO prr if to v. itliln n-rtillfi Tl Kt hools mid . dun tii- in (- '" lilMlf il. ( lltllllfo Mt. . ,'.. II, ,f I'l't" rlcliHi,vioiMl, u'lfiTitud biiiidiiig; tiifiii iiiii plmitlfut Pfjt Bortl ularai.si.,),., B low .mi-. lwt a iMass Wit to I Uaar I afore I ip'i ft lauali i- im.h. tawu. in., or U) tuuhman Oirrriiiuc:.t Ai.t r.i. ritiiiihi i m ran lanwauai C. J. Iriyntilcn. 112 Muthtntt loaa t IIHl (u.ldini, Cucjfo, lllmon II ii.lilr.-li,.nr..M r,a.l (S .yiiipbangltii. Poll kvTl.ristaTav, S'.r."., Wire Cuts, I. .... iin.l S,. . I, .ncs, ,iuii.-i ulliiyK I'iiiii iio Itlr wit limit lilKKTliiic, t'-niu.' nit Hi" hslr ,nr CM 1,.,-m p I 'liwantto Jim. Mw urr sum. Mors,. IlimU .1 lri,. ir... striklri.,1 I .. . , Utm All.r AnaoRnirrt:, jrt. , (awnkte-s n to na r.oo sell, , ,,r sir.un-. ti.iut. Vorlr.,-f V.-lni Vurli-o--. ..- Ilelt,...,. IT,,s'.,illl kll.;iln. Vnurilruk-itlst f.ili - iim.It nn. I tfiv,- I. f,.r.'nc... Wltllrll vuu luur, ir rii n i... MiiiiiifinMurisiiiniT ii, IT. I. till .Mi, f. V. I. SI" . -,-:-,-.' lau. Hay's Hair-Health Nrvrr F-Jll-i to Restore Gray Hair to lie natural t.olor and Ioaat. Stops its UHing Jin. and po.ilivrlv removrs I)audrufT. Ia aula Dye. Mufusc all lubiiitntet. Ii.on and boiilca by Mail or at DraffltU. CDCC Srnd toe for Ursa i.mvo Hottle I llCC Plnlo Hay Srrc. Co.. Newark. N. J.t V. S. V t anltalli joor bntnu. Al vice nnd buol. H Ifw, Hpoci III i-l. is. l'i rs.nin.1 Mrrv n et nLtttdvirtTiH .ive. IL fc. OB LA, MaahUgUn, U.U PATENTS WnraeepHrnlrariRri,Wsjjnk. Intftoii, l Idxikaln. llUaw wi nuvniooisB. iu i harli'S W. Cordon, who.; IpnHgjgS. Ut mm IJgTZ. la ' hsr-WSJ ft.