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The Parmington Time The ermtngtei FARMING! ON. WORLD'S K in Tabloid Form Domestic In a fr ie-for -all tight during r)i in ua services In tbe Holy Roller church at Omaha, Boone county. Ark. two men were probably fatally butt. UunSi knives and atonaa were Died, a Samuel at. Qomners, preaider.t of the American Federation ol Labor, held conference with Prank M Hy an and dint ether offlclala of the iBternatlonal Bridge mid Btritotural irnn Workers who wen- eonvlct il al the recenl dynamtle "oonaplracy" tri.ii.. at Indlananolli Precautions arete tsken to make tin conference Bet ret. a Right "ii the heela of the dismissal iy iii" department of Justice In Tessa of criminal indictment igainat Stand ard oil beada, tin- bouae Judiciary eomnilttaa ordered Lnreatlgntloa of At torney-General VVlckersbnm'i i t i ti halting criminal proaecutlon ol Meat York china importers wbo are alleged to have defrauded the government of Diiiii.iiiK in Importing Itmogea. a a According t commanl In diplomatic airclei in Itlo Janeiro, thera li a lively exchange ol telegrams between the government of tbe United Btati Ar gentine, Cbllc and Bras 1 1 In reference to the Mexican altnatlon, it la oon gldnred possible that if Oss. Madero's tenth la not explained aatiafactortly tite lour govt rnmente may recall ihoir diplomatic repreaentatlvea to Mexico t a a Thi aupremo court ' totalled modi' flrai twii of tie- Bherman anti-trust law io Invoke ' ttie rule of reaBOtt" m de- nislona upon reatraina of trade, in at taek d in vtgorotta terms in n report preaentad to il senate by the Inter state commerce committee, which polnta out the dangera of "uncon trolled and ungulded ludlcia! diac ra ti" and makei emphatic demand for amendmenti to the Bberman law to remove from the courta the power to determine what are "reaaonable" ra- Btraiuti on trade The dominating forces 'n Qnanca are j Piarpont Morgan a. Co., mm First National lumk gad the National City bank of Now York This wan the Bndlng of the Pnjo oommlttae of the lions-', as embodied in a report sub mined to tie' house Boron Demo cratu signed thr meaaura and tour Ra pnbllcana aubmlttad dlaaentlng M'w. a a a Diaragardtng Presides) Taft'i opin ion that tiie law was unconatitutional an expressed in g vet,, meaatirr, the rcnate Immadlataly rapgaaad tho Weiili bill by a vote of OS to 111 The measure iruhllitls ablpment of l.quor from "Wat" Into "dry" states, a a a Marcel Ci Brlnda Jonle, French avi ator, Baw from l'arls to London, L'hT miles, in three hours and live mln- tea, uatng a monoplane lie establish- m a n w record Alighting at Ca-lal- Hie aviator was in the air alto get iiei IBB minutes, tiius averaging a miii- ami ona-balf aach minute tie was in flight lie Broeeod the channel in . fog Flu- ale dead and It la hi tilled iiu bod 1 1 s will be taken from the nuns of the Dwwey hotel lire In Omaliu. Six poisons lire in hospitals seriously in jured, and elgbl others received lienor Injuries The property loss la tL'uu.udd Quartos D. liiiies. aecretary to Proal dent Taft for the last two years, unit the White House March t to become a partner of Edmund Dwlght, resident manager at New York of the Employ- on Unbllltj Aaauranci Corporation (Umlted) of London. a a The famous f'nry ram h, near -aig. in Routt county. Colo comprising M,00Q acres, riclily underlaid with coal, has be- n sold to Charles I' Taft, brother of the presid. nl and n bunker of Cincinnati. a a The National Geographic society for ninllv released in favor of the Canad ian govern main its claim to financing the forthcoming tour-year An tic sspe dition of Vllhjalmur Btefanaaon, dis coverer of a race of blond Eakltttoa, The rumbling of Mount Vesuvius, Which lias been persist-tit for some time, lias caused OOBBtderable alarm, in tin fear that an eruption may he pending a a a A neat dreadnauKbt lor the Herman bay) was launched al VVilbelmshafen in the presence of Emperor William Bin- will be the first warship to carry U battery ol 14-lneb pun-. Alleging that tbe verdict which con victed 1) corporations anil a like num ber Of Individuals In the bathtub trust of violation of the criminal section of the She i man aall trust law wns nut In accord With the law, seven nf the con victed corporations ami eight of tbe Individuals tiled un app'-nl The Turkish government appears ap art ! nsivo Of S fresli n volution since the diHcovery oi a conspiracy, when reveial prominent officers unit civ 1- j lans, InoladiBJ a former uiilltarv gov arnor, were arrested. Washington The Senate palled a MM tn'rrvliicel by Benator Root of New York to aiaki Bsnstnr Cttllon of Illinois n, resident commissioner for tbe construction of tin- Lincoln memorial la Washington After tour dayi of debate, Becon pealed at tlnn .- by aoeoae of disorder seldom witnessed :ii tbe capttol, tbe house i;ihu'U tbe naval appropriation I struotlon of one Latth ibtpi nix torped I boat destroyers and four submarine An anieaduieai to provide for one be ed by tint committal . wai eat'tiud b) voir of 174 to ISO. P' pi senteil to the In. use money trust com mlttaa in g long latter from .1 v Me. cm - Co., .. tin Invitation ut the oommlttae The house passed the Korrla bin providing for publii Ity of nil testimony taken before master appointed b) the courts In equity proceedings under tbe Bhei man law. aaa I! was staled positively In hlRh con grosslonal gunners ctoaaly Idantllled with the incoming iidmlnistration ol Presldi hi Wilson tiiat the fol!owln-t cabinet appointments iiad bang def nltely determined upon: Becrctary ol state. William J I'ry.m of NsbTsakSi secretary of tin- treasury, William t! McAdoo of Nov York, postmaster s n era), Allien B. Purlescn of Texas; set retary of the navy, Joaepbus ! n i is I of North t'aro', ii i. ('apt. rlhiir II It-'Siron was sic Bnlly honored when Presid sat Tuft I pinned upon but breast the Kohl medal awarded blm b congress for ills res cue of the survlvora of the Titanic disaster Tin nu-ilil Is tho highest I recognition of bi role aervios tbe na- lion can beatow sad has been awarded I by congress lesa than a dozen times Under Uireol orders from Attorney fiener.il '.Vlekersham, who goei out i f office T leadsy, IndlctMeBta against tin- Btatidard (ii eompiny and Its four leading magnates and three 1 exam were di. incised TUCSdat afternoon b)' I W, li Atweii. United -statea dlairicl i attorney lor ths northern dutrict of . Texas. Ask to t'Xp'a'u hia action, Atwe'i laid "i nave no commenl to make." aaa On the thaoT thai traffic in women III Interstate commerce may be topic luted by legislation us well as tin1 traffic In drops or cattle, tin supn an court of the tlnlted Stales upheld 'In validity of tin- federal white slavs traffic law of 1910. it had been con tended that this QUeetion of molality Was res' tied for action by tbe atatos Justice McKenna delivered t ho court's opinion President Taft remitted the Impris onment sentences of one year and one day of Btlaha S limn and H. II Snv er. convicted al Kansas City, Mo., In 1908 of using the mulls in a scheme ta defraud With nearly 10,000 Dotted Slates soldiers an route to or preparing to, leave for the mobilisation camp at (inhesion, Tex President Taft roller ated Ins determination not to lirinp on g war w ith Mexico by Intervention in j that country. At the sumo time, In fulfillment of ids promise to "lay tr. cards mi the labia" for Presidentelect Wilson, orders were being written at tiie war department for Hie dispatch of two additional brigades to tbi Hex Ices border Foreign Gen. Paacual oroseo, dr., command er inehlef of the northern revolution, who has been silent fur some time re garding tils stand In the Mexican dl lemma, declared iimt ho ta eager to arrange peace. The lim n i povernmeiit was un- esjuivooably recognlsad at tbe pesos conference at Neuvo Laredo by rvpra entntlvni oi the tiorthsrn revolution' ary lenders. This Information wbh given out by Col Paacual Oroseo, sr , father ai ths rahel ebieftaln of lbs northern states Col. Oroseo expressed tne opinion thai peace throughout Mexico la BOV a question of only a short time. aaa Minimizing Hie reports of ivolta in the provinces, the Husrta govern men) aaaorta it is now (Irmly ea- tablished that It can adopt a pulley of clemency. The president ami nia advisers are now at work on an am nesty set, th" principal feature of wliii li are that political offender.- who presetil themselves to take the oath of allegiance within I .' days alter the promulgation of the net shall Ire ab solved If allegiance la not declared within II days the government win exercise scvorltv. A SSnaatiOn has been caused In Vi enna by a ststement in the Bait that the annual levy of recruits will lie In crease d by :tii,000. Tills would add gOO.OOO to the effective war strength, na 270,000 men were aumtnoned In the original levy. e Lady Hubert Scott, widow of the Antarctic SXPIorsr, arrived iii Wah Ungton, N ... on board the Ourangt Lady Scott heard of the death nl her hu.bi.ud wiille She was In mid ocean off i-'iji. Aa anon na she raooversel iroin the first shock ihe anl'J "1 must he brave SI my husband would have wlahed ma Io he " Seven ZapntlRtna. who carried their VOOntiOB ol looting and murder to tho edge of the federal district, eight miles from Mexico City, were cap lured and executed TAFT SMILES RS .. IE QUITS OFFICE; PRESIDENT DECLARES LAST DAY OF TERM IS ONE OF HAPPI EST OF HIS LIFE. BRYAN SITS IN STATE CHAIR RttTing laSCUttvS BpSndl "time Sign ing Autuqraphs and Kcceivng r'lenda Mr. and Mrs. Wil son Call cn Hon. Washington, I), t. laai dn In ihc w hitc Of his busi i ' As a didn't iUKt mure thai it v.. ia crowded a'ith I'n lib lit Taft't lUsa wna ont irking da it i hours, but tusual sventi tinnds wuh and oMciali red soorag "I all over tie and pll tl'lei The preside seveial butldn ot thi govemt telegrams fun snrld: signed pile nf pie', . three receptloi nltook quitti for f.i itu he haa OCCU I, id , pleasant rei n i baa spent bet He no t bll I Washington ; Justices of tl I White House, m it in tin iml last oi all he gava the hllll Wll t tut inal wet thi' preside in that mini President Receive! Wilson. Mill Ml Taft Mist bel Board man Altogether, aa Mr. Taft tuiii vlaitora, it was one of Hie bappieat days of his life, and the re grel be ma) have had in or Ihllio he i' as unable in BOCOtttpUsh win more than offset by the rcmembrancei of the pleasant paths be has ataJked The prealdent received tbe preal dopi elect and Mrs Wllaon Bt t O'clock. They came wheeling up the curved driveway to the White Room In u cloud of gray dust Col. Spencer Coaby, chief aid i? the president, was their escort mid tin president had sent his own touring car to luing them through the crowd d thoroughfares A few hundred per sons iii front of the mansion cheered when they recognized the next presl dent and Ins wife. William Isnniags Bryan was one nl the bast distinguished visitors who aa the president In his office. Col Bryan name unannounced bite in the aft i : noon Bryan in Cabinet Room. "Here's something I want to show you," said the president, us be grasped his visitor by the arm ami led him io tin cabinet room. "This." continued the president, "il the cabinet room ' Mr. Bryan sat down in the chaii oi the iocrotary of stale, but he t iadt no comment "I just dropped In to any farewell," ho told the newspaper men us be de parted. "1 hav. many BapubllcBg friends, as well aa those in the I eratlc party." Before he left his office for tin time the president shook BBBdi the members of the executive staff Lincoln Highway Is Urged. i n ica go. ine tutu luterna'iiii.ai i. -i"! Itoads congress closed al passing resolutions inging slnti in( nntionnl construction of post roads and the construction or n Natlonci Llnooln Monumenl highway oonni 't lag Washington with the capitals ol every slate In the t'hlon Heike Escape! Jail Term. Washington. Preeident Taft cum. muted tu $;,iiiin fine and cost" the sentence of Charles It Hatha, secrw tnry and treasurer of the Aineii,.in Sugar Refining company Tin- eng. Inal Sentence was sight months in the New York county penitentiary ai d s fine of .-,,iii)0. Theater Safe Blown. Dos Moines. In Yeggs blew Ihe safe of the (Irpheuin theater and god away with 11,000 in cash and a largf niuotmt nf valuable jewelry. The rob bery was discovered when theater ut inches reached tin- building. British Railway Faces Strike. 1iiidou Another personal rtchts strike atich as that which tied up the Northeastern railway last Decent ber when an engine driver WBI dis charged for drunkenness is threatened on Ihe Midland tailwiiy. Illinoisan Freezes to Death. Bprtngfleld, III- Sidney Ornndll, a miner, aged UK was found frozen to death hejre. Tin temps rsture wsi at BgflO, Br.in Talks on Peace. Hnlelgh, N. C William Jeiitiings Bryan spoke hero to 8, OUII persons on "Peace," being a special guest i,: the North Caroline peace conference, which lias been In session In this ClttjT for two days. Kills Wife and Self. Bt. Louis The bodies of Mr and Mrs Andrew Andreas wore found In their homo at Kust St. Louis by a po liceman who broke Into their place. It is believed Andreas killed his wife and then shot blmacif. ! HOUSE PASSES PUAIAP nrmiinr DRY OPPOSITION TO IM M E D. ATE CONSIDERATION UNEXPECT EDLY WITHDRAWN. HALF REPUBLICANS OPFOSE B.il.-.i'ce. All Democrats and Lone Moose. Vote for Both Bills Gov. M.ijor Signs the School Aye Bill. Jei Of li son city. March 1 . lt a vote to 14. the house yesterday uf- hi n, imi passed the polite Iiiiiih rule bill. As soon as the police hill had bean disposed ut tii" bouae took up and passed il xcise borne rule bill The Mime vote was oust ou both bills. In view of tho light against taking tin- bills otn of their turn, It was sup- posod that tin- drva would opposr con gtderattion of ihe hills In their turn, instead of that. Representative Hay. tl try leader, after explaining In po ll, mini"' no Objection to the con ation ot either measure ry Democrat in the bouae wie-n nils were taken up voted for both Bommervtlle, the lone Hull tb" i bills Moose in ths house, voted with tho Democrata. Half Republicans Oppose. JilSl hull of the itepuliluans Hi li"dy voted against both Ihe nieasi They were Cooper of Andrew. I 'a ii Dallas, Haakina of Douglas, i thi hint of Dent, Kaufmann of Morgan, i Ot Ozark, Langerberi y of Qaacon Leasanby of Harrison, PraiSPWi of Nodaway, Swopo of Holt. Tee Clark. Vitt of Kranklin. Whitakl Hickory and Woods of Stone The votes on both hills wore re tidi red and the voles tabulated ivle .Hie, ster 1 of I of N on and uate the two bills sent over tn Hi far consideration In that body There is no doubt that tin- two nii.iauros will be rushed through th" senate aa rapidly as possible. when Rapreientatlve On called up the hills. Ilai asked to make a state Btent. With his atutemont won! the dry opposition to the bills. Not a member In the house had any objec tion to this consideration. Gov. Major called some of Ihe drya io his office In an effort tn prevent them from opposing Immediate consid eration of the two hills which had been agreed to in OB US US. What in tliienco, or whether any of them re sponded to tiie governor's call, is not known, hut it in significant tiiat the bottom dropped out of the fight hoop after the rumor Spread that a few of the drys had been called down to the governor's office No Compensation Bill. Jefferson City, March 1 ITnless some of the labor organizations urge the legislature to pass the working men's compensation net there will he no legislation on that subject passed this year The Missouri Federation of Labor gad the Central Trades and Labor un ion of St. Louis have opposed the measure on two grounds as It stunds now They urge that the scnle of compensation is too low. that llm se lection of compensation or suit for personal Injury should bo after tho Injury, and that casual employment accidents should be Incorporated In tho hill. H T Wood of Bll lllgBelll president Of the Slate Federation of Labor, Is in conference with members, with a view to Bgrreelng upon some amend ments The aim ndments have not even been agreed to and Wood says he dues not know what the confer ence will do School Age Measure Signed. Jefferson City, March 1 QOV, Ma Jor signed tho Kinney bill authorizing hoards of education to permit chil dren f years old to attend school. The same bill also allows the boards to re move the maximum ago of school at tendants Tho bill was submitted In tho same form to the people last November, hut went down to defeat with the single tax amendment. Tho present law fixes tlio minimum age at 1 years and the maximum nt 20. Bon Blewett, superintendent nf the st. lmis pub lic sohools. and other prominent edu cators of the stuto, urged passage of tho 'jlll Nothing Is compulsory under the tnoasure. Robbers Kill Policeman. Kansna City, Mo. March 1 Homer Higgle, a policeman, cams upon two burglars in the net of robbing a sa loon He started with thorn to the police slat ion. The prisoners attack ed thi off li or, took liis pistol and ran. He pursued them and tin y shot nnd killed him With his own weapon and escaped. Nonpartisan Judiciary Bill Paste. Jaffa raon city. March 1. Th- state aenato went on record for a nonpar tisan judiciary for Si Louis by order ing engrossed the Kinney bill provld lug 'or the nomination of caudidatvs for judge without respect to political affiliations. After the judges nro nominated by convention their mimes shall ho print ed on 'the gem nil ballot without any Indication as to Which party they bo long. Not more than half of the can dldaies can belong to any one part: EXCISE MEASURE IfSFTJtfUS fclltUIUrtk Ul.ni.llnl. IUHIU Crorc'i Tatelcv r lUI Tonic Combine:, boll i inTaitclessform. The Quinine drive out Malaria ar.d the Iron builds up the System. For Adults and Children. Von I new what you arc taking wl cn you take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, recognized lor M) years through out thr South as the staednid Malaria, Chili and Pevet Remoly and General StrecgtheninR Tonic. It tl asstroiiR ai the atrongest hitter tonic, but you do not tnstr the hitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do di:. so'.ve readily in the acids of thr stomach Guaranteed by vour Druggist. We mean t. 50c. There is Only One "UROMO QUININE' Look for aignaturc of E. W. GROVE on c DIDN'T PROVE AN EXCEPTION Photographer Thought He Was Going to Escape Ancient Joke, but It Was Not to Be. "That fellow who Just went out of hen after ha vine Ills photograph tak en la n marvel, remarked a pho tographer to a bystandlng friend. "I've a great mind to give him that sot of a dozen cabinet size free." What's his Special 1101111'" asked the friend. "Why. thnre'va been in thin studio, since I started some years ago. about 1(7,000 and soinn sitters," went on the photographer "And out of thnt nmn her that fellow Just now Is the only one who hasn't said to mo with a grin us I posed blm: 'Look out. or I'll break your camera!' I've begun to look upon it as an essential part of taking a photograph and If I didn't henr it at the right time I do believe I'd Unconsciously wait for It before 1 snapped the shutter ltut that follow dldn'l sny a word: Just stood up there , and got snapped like it was a -" Say. partner," Interrupted n voire from the door which Just then opened anil admitted thr bead of tho lately di parted customer- "Bay, I hope I dlun t hreal; that there camera of youra " The Count at Home. "Yes,' remarked the returned tour ist with u reminiscent ami Is, "i eras continually bumping Into old friends and acquaintances while abroad Wont to a fashionable barber shop In the Hue do Saint Gerard, Paris, and whom do you suppose I mot there?" 'Oh. I'm no good at guessing," said his friend Who was II?" "The Count do I'ompudour. who cut such a swell at Atlantic City last : year." Let's see you and tho count didn't mix very well Did be condescend to speak to you?" "He certainly did The moment I entered the tnnsorlnl pnrlora, he caught my eye and bowed and smiled and said. Monsieur is next.""- Solvent. A certain man found himself In the j liossossion of Ill.fioo.nOO Hut he did I not lose his head. On tho contrary "I w ill pay only so much for a car." ho firmly declared, "us will leave of the lll.uOO.GOu a eum sufficient, if prudently invested In the funds, to do fray the cobi of having the thing around " And though in that resolution he luild so little for n car that his wife would BOBrOSly speak to blm, hia sense of financial solvency was his ample reward -I'uck It Isn't always the moat attractive woman who attracts the most alien Hon CLEAR HEADED Head Bookkeeper Must Be Reliable. The chief bookkeeper in a large buslneee houso in one of our groat Western cities speaks of the harm coffeo did for him. (Ton Is Just as , Injurious because It coutulns caffeine, the same drug found In coffeo.) "My wife and I drank our first cup of I'ostum u little over two years ago and we hnve used it ever since, to the cntlro exclusion of tea and coffee. It happened in this way: "About threo and a half years ago I luvd an attack of pneumonia, which left u memento In tho shape of dys pepsia, or rather, to speak more cor rectly, neuralgia of tho stomach. My 'cup of cheer' had always been coffee or tea, but I became convinced, after a time, that they aggravated my stom ach trouble. I happened to mention tho matter to my grocer one day and he suggested that I glee I'ostum a trial. "Next day1 it came, but the cook, made tho mistake of not boiling It suf ficiently, and we did not like it much. This waa, however, Boon remedied, and now we llko it so much that we 1 will never change buck. I'ostum, be ing a food beverage Instead of a drug, haB been tho means of banishing my , Btomach trouble, I verily believe, for I am a well man today and have used no medicine. "My work aa chief bookkeeper !n i our Co 'a branch 4iouse hero Is of n very confining nnture. During my coffee-drinking days I was subject to nervousness and 'the blues'. Theao have left mo since I began using Post urn, and I can conscientiously recom mend it to those whose work confines them to long hourB of severe mental exertion." Name given by Postum Co.. Battle Creek, Mich. "Thero'e a reason," nnd It la ex plained in tbe little book, "Tbe Road to Wellville," in pkge. Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of htimi" 'ntereat. Adv. AT THE SAME TIME Tie: Wonderful, Old kelublc Dr. Portcr'i Antiseotic Healing Oil. Prevent', Blood Poisoning. An Antiseptic Surgical D.-cv.ing divcovtred by an Old K, R. Surgeon. Thousands of families know it already, and a trial will convince vim that OR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL is the most wi nderful remedy evci discovered lor Wounds, Hums, Old Sores, Ulcers, Carbuncles. Granulated KyeLids, Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and all wounds and external diseases whether light or aerious. Continually people are finding new uset for this famous old icmcilv. Gu'.rantrciinv vour urugKiai. We mean it. L'5e. 10c f 1 00 ' That is LAX ATI VH 11ROMO QUININE veiy box. Cures a Cold in One Day , 25c. She Married him. In a well known colored school in the south tin' lesson In general his tory one day WSI en tin- life of Quean I Elisabeth. "Thomas, did Queen Elisabeth ever marry"" naked the teacher, "Yes. ma'am, I think she diil." re plied Thomas "Are you qnlte sure?" Yes. ma'am, the booh snys she did "It. does? Will you please find It?" Whereupon Thomas opened to the lesson and to tin great amusement of the teacher rem! tin- Statement that "Qtteaa Rllsabeth was married to bel 'aim." "There." said he. triumphsntly, doesn't it any she wns married? t don't exactly know who the gentleman was. but It certainly says sin- married him." ECZEMA IN RED BLOTCHES 205 Ksntor Ave . Detroit, Mich. "Borne tltno last summer I was taken with eczema. It began In my hair first with red blotches, then scaly, spreading to my face. Tho blotcbca were red on my faro, dry and scaly, not large; on my scalp they were larger, somo scabby. Tbey came on my hands The Insldo of my Lands wore all little lumps as though full ot shot about one sixteenth of un inch under th skin Then tbey wont to the outilde and between and all over my fingers It also liegan on the bot toms of my feel and the calves of my legs, and Itch oh, my! I never had anything like It ,11111 hope I never will again. The Itching was terrible My hands got so I could scarcely work. "I tried different eczema ointments but without results I also took medi cine for It but it did no good I saw tho advertisement for n sample of Cutlcura Ointment and Soap and sent ' for one They did me so much good 1 I bought somo more, using them aa I per dlrectlona, and in about three weeks I was well again. Cutlcura Soap ! and Ointment entirely cured me." (Signed) BenJ Pnitsage, Apr. 8, 1912. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout tho world Sample of each free, with 32 p Hkln liook. Address poat-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L. Bonton." Adv. Just aa Good. Thirsty Olrl llrlng me a hot lemon ade. Innkeeper Haven't any, miss, but tho beer Is warm -Fllegende Hlaet ter. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottlo of CASTOItlA. a safe and sure remedy for Infanta and children, and eee tbat It Honrs the s Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Children fry for Fletcher's c'ostori Hit Idea. Hill "Do you know what . . plagia rist U?" Jill "Sure; lie's fellow who plays a joke on the playwright. N Un. WbMlOWa Boethlns Hyrup for Chlltlreo teellilnK. i-uf(enn tin mine-- PtSneeS lrtri,iiin iii.i. ....... patua-unrti .mi ... i ... a Pott.le.Aai Dally Thought. It la Indeed a desirable tiling to be well descended, but the glory belongs to our ancestors Plutarch I - Ii.iiii I IM. To THE l-Al.r AMI MCKI.V. Tin ("a HtaiKlanl rnt-ntl itMagthanllia u.nla. (illOVMSTiSTMl.HSS rSi.ITO.NU , If ,r.,u M ti.. I'm I't.. s lliy I.!...- 1 -mil I.. i. ii III,, k j' . 1 in A atiro aaawaSar, l. i .ln;e. ... : ! UJ cia Sometimes a man uses gold bricks In constructing his air castlra. Backache Rheumatism Kidneys and Bladder Contin fiet Habit Forrainu Druat Stewart Bearing Clipping Maohlne Turoa eetaler , '.: ; clcsacr suid gtayaalxarp MUN MM r olhr tirravt tiie hetrrt MM cot from mIMMbmM bag. naeiogsid, Lfotovt price d an-t ma In nil. Ill) lt tmt of Mr E esasjjE A ftjle flexible gbfl n,nl MlebrajsxT Buw f ait adn(re UOBioo dipping htBatl Col one fvtpm fur stealer, evsry mtebfaw f "aiilwai CHICAGO FLEXIBLE SHAFT CO. Well and Ohio at. CHICAGO. ILL. WrlU) f free asm -ahUli or mnt Donrram Its at bora ellpplof BkO1 sheep ebeshrlnc mtv Lines.