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TUN UARRE DAILY TIMES. RARRK. VT.. FRIDAY. OCTOHKll. 4. 1912.
(t MARY SIMMONS . DyT. L BURBANK I was tli only unmarried man In the settlement and I was powerful lone some. When eveulu' couie on each family got under tbelr own roof and sot around the open adobe fireplaces oil was comfortable. I didn't have no fireside and if I'd got one I'd bad to et by it alone, not bavin' any wife or children. Consequences was I was thlnkin' o' dlggln' out when sumpln Luppened to keep me. I was rid In' along a road when I acen a gal on horseback ahead o me. I caught up with her and said, "IIow de," and "It's a fine day," and neigh borly things like that She was good look in' and cottoned to me to onct, askln' me where I come from, where I wag goln' and. all tbat I tole ber I'd , come from the settlement and I was , goon arter some boaoev tbat wua need ed there and I'd bought 's pectin' to i make a reasonable profit on 'em. I Waal, we talked a lot, and I got i kind a confidential. I told her that 1 twos alone in the world and livin ! among married people. She allowed it was kind a lonesome livin alone. I axed her if tbat was her fix and she : allowed it was. We got thicker and thicker, and at Inst I up and fired a I question at ber if she would bitch outer : me and set up a home with me. ' She said it was kind o' suddent, but ! wa'n't a bad idee, and she'd think it ! over. She was livin' with an aunt on 1 a sheep ranch and was goln' there ' than ft TM waff a mm!! vha mdrhfr riecido to double nn. and If nh did I'd ! hear from ber. When we come to the cross roads we separated and I went I on and bought my hosses. I Comin' back with a dozen hosses, I brought some men with me, well armed, for boss thieves was mighty thick thereabouts, and I dldnt know what might happen. Sure enough, when we got to the crossroads, lookin' down the road we crossed, we saw a lot o' men gallopln' toward us. But we was too quick for 'em and reached a wood before they could git near us, and In there we bad the advantage over 'em, for we could see 'em and they couldn't see us. So we got our hosses away. The day arter I got back Mary Sim mons, the gai I overhauled on the road, come Into the settlement and when she found me said she'd been thlnkin' o' my proposition and was favorably inclined to it, but It seemed onnatural to make up with a man on such a small acquaintance, and she Jlst thort that if she could get some I sort of a job in the settlement for awhile so's we could do some courtln' it would be all right. I tole her the only thing I knowed there was plenty of wasbin', and she said she was a good washer and lroner. So I got board for ber at Mrs. Finnegan's, she puyin' her own board and keepln' in dependent ' There bad been so much boss steal In" goin" on that we concluded to keep all the hosses in the settlement .in one barn when not usln' 'em, and we wouldn't keep 'em In any one barn two nights runnin'. We thort that In that way we'd keep the thieves from findln' Jlst where the bosses was and they wouldn't know where to go to get 'em. But one night they run in on us and made straight for the barn where the hosses was. There hap pened to be only six bosses in the set tlement that night, but the thieves got 'em all. There wasn't no more hosses tooken for ten days, and then we lost anoth er lot the thieves goin', as before, to the barn they was in. We knowed that they knowed where the hosses was. 'cause itane o' the men near any of the other hosses seen or heered any thing of 'em. How they'd come to find out where we kep" the stock no body could imagine. There wasn't no body In the . settlement but owned some stock theirselves, and they wasn't likely to give Information to rustlers about 'em. I. beln' some'at In the boss tradln' line and bavin' lost some bosses, al lowed I'd go and get some more. I seen Mary the night afore I went and got her to promise tbat when I got back she'd marry me. So I went i away feel in' better'n I'd felt for a long . while. Waal, I bought my hosses and utart : ed back alone with 'em, 'cause 1 couldn't get no one to come with me. i I allowed I'd sleep In the stable with ' 'em till the stealln was over and get ' a bead on one on 'em. When I got ' near the crossroads I sor a woman there, and when I come near her who should it be but my promised bride. I didn't have time to ask ber what she was doin' there when some men rode up from different places, and Mary said to me. motionin' to one on 'em: "Allow me to introduce my hus band." "And allow hp," said the feller, "to relieve yon of yonr hosses." They tuk the whole lot of 'em. and Mary rode away with 'era too. I didn't keer so much for the stock, but to be treated that away by the wom an I expected to marry was like plsen. Of course it was Mary, in league with the thieves, who got word to 'era Just where the animals was kept every n!!)L As I rode on to the settlement bimeby I began to get mad. When I got there I got np a posse to bant them rustlers ofTen the face of the earth. And I kep' my word. We kill ed all of 'em but Mary, bnt 1 moot ber a widder witb my own band. DON'T WAIT TO REPORT A BE ATTACKED SEVERE BATTLE If There Is Rheumatism In Your Blood Drive It Out Before It Disables You. "Last winter was the first time In twenty years that I did not have an at tack of rheumatism," said a man who was recommending Dr. Williams' rink Tills for this painful disease. lr. Williams' 1'ink Tills for Pale Teo ple do the only thing that will perma nently cure rheumatism. They build up the greatly thinned blood and purify and cleanse it of every trace of the rheu matic poison. They are invaluable both during an attack of the diseaso and during the intervals between at tacks. If you have already passed through one or more sieges of the dis ease it is advisable not to wait for an attack before using Dr. Williams' rink Tills but to start taking them now and prevent a return of the trouble. Don't be satisfied until you have thoroughly cleansed your blood, for until this is done you will never be freo from rheu matism. Mrs. Charles Day, of Tidioute, War ren Co., Pa., says: "I was taken very, suddenly with rheumatism which I first noticed as a train in niv, riitht knee. The pa-in went down to mv ankle and sometimes would be in both knees, causing them to swell, and was so in tense that I could not move without the greatest agony. My hands were drawn Up so that they were useless and it seemed as though every joint in my body was affected. I was in bed nearly all winter and was so helpless that I had to be waited on. "For two months I was tinder a doc tor's rare without his medicine doing me any good. I then tried liniments and various medicines but received no help. After four months of suffering I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and felt much better before I bad taken many boxes. I then decided to give them a thorough trial and was soon able to walk around and do my work. I feel that it is my duty to tell others what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills did for me and hope it may benefit others." Start today to cure yourself with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They are for sale by all druggists, or will be sent, postpaid, upon receipt of price, 60 cents per box ; six boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. Williams Medicine Company, Schenectady, K. Y. Send for free booklet, "Diseases of the Blood, A Method of Home Treatment." Orozco is Said to Have Been Defeated 90 FEDERAL DEAD AND HURT Both Sides Were Reported in Force- Mexican Government Troops 6,000; Rebels Had 4,000. Laredo, Texas, Oct. 4. Mexican rebels said to have been commanded by tJencral I'ascuul Orozco, jr., are reported to have been defeated in one of the most serious l)ttles of the rebellion near Muzquiz, C'ouhuila. The federals brought ninety lead and wounded to Monterey lat night. No account of the riibel losses !mve been reported. The federals, com manded by General Blanquet, numbered l,0(K). ' Orozeo had 4,000 soldiers. Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 4. Manuel Cues 'a, Mexican consul; Powell Roberts, Mexican secret service agent, and First .ieutenants Ilolderness and Howard of .lie Xinth United States Cavalry, were irraigned yesterday in court here barged with two offences, "forcibly en tering the Hotel Mexico," and "assault vith deadly weapons." They pleaded lot guilty and their trial was set for lext Monday. Cuesta denies he was iresent at the raid on the hotel. Roberts laims a legal right to search without i warrant ana tne somicrs say iney vere acting under orders. GOLD DUST makes dish-washing easy The use of a little Gold Dust in your dish-water will make your dishes brighter, sweeter and cleaner than they ever can be without it. Unlike soap,. Gold DUSt does more than clean the surface. ' It goes deep after germs and hidden food par tides and sterilizes every thing it touches. Gold Dust floes all the hard part of the work without your assistance, because it begins to dissolve and clean the moment it touches the water. When you have to wash dishes 1095 times a year, the Gold Dust method of saving half your time and half your labor means something. Gold Dust is sold 10 60 size and large pack ages. 1 be large package meant greater economy Am Down Go the Prices at The Red Cross Pharmacy The Red Cross Pharmacy is the original cut price store in this vicinity. The Red Cross Pharmacy is the first store in this vicinity to share the profits with its patrons. The Red Cross Pharmacy is now and always has been a leading drug store, up-to-date in every particular. The Red Cross Pharmacy wants your patronage and in return will give quick service, fresh goods, always standard and lowest cash prices. ,YVc save you 20 to 30 per cent on drug store needs. We appreciate your trade and trust that we may continue to merit it. : . . ; . 1 Advertised Medicines at Cut Prices "Ut thm COLD DUS T TWINS do torn work - FLOWERS OF THE NIGHT. General Mens Very 111. Panama, Oct. 4. (jiencral Lus Mena. lie Nicaragua rebel leader, who aurren ered to the American forces, was so ill vhen he arrived here last night on hoard he cruiser Cleveland that he was taken Mrect to Aneorn hospital, where he is onlined to bed. They Are Usually Pure White With a Peculiar Glow. As we all know, there are both day klooniing and night blooming flower. The former are generally decked in red, blue, yellow or purple and have lines, spots or markings on their petals which often act as guides to the nec taries which are visited by the bees and butterflies. The night blooming flowers, on the ether hand, invite the visits of. moths or other night flying insects and there fore have recourse to something like the tasks of the fireflies and the glow worms. Tney are usually pure wane and have such a peculiar texture that they seem to glow with Internal light in the dim shades of evening. At times you might almost fancy that they were stained by nature with some forerunner of luminous paint, so clearly do they reflect every visible ra.v of the faint twilight They thus suc ceed in catching the eyes of the moths, which, of course, are modified espe cially for perceiving and receiving the slight stimulus of the dusk and gloam ing. But the nocturnal flowers have no lines or spots, because these last could never be perceived in the dim gloom of the evening. They make up for it. however, by being very heavily scent ed. Indeed, .almost all the strong white flowers, which are such favor ites with florists, such as Jasmine, tuberose, gardenia, stephnnotis, screus and syringa. which belong to the night blossoming plants, are especially adapt ed to attract the senses of winged noc turnal Insects. St Louis Globe-Democrat V0MAN WANTS UNCLE SAM TO RULE MARRIAGE Irs. Bright, at Mothers' Congress, Sug gests Government Control Also Asks a Homemaking Trav eling Car. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 4. Federal con trol of marriage and divorce was worn- Topics of the Home and Household. Whip cream In a pitcher Instead of a bowl to do it in half the time and with out spattering. Stand a lemon on a flat surface. Turn a tumbler over it, and it will keep for weeks provided the tumbler is not re moved. . When using a bodkin to run ribbon through a beading, try running tho eye end of the needle through first, instead of the usual way. ThU prevents very narrow ribbon from twisting. Scrubbing brushes, when not in use, should be put In an airv place, bristles downward. I mis -the water will dram out of thera and they will dry quickly. II uiey are laid on ttieir backs the water will soak into the wood, loosening the bristles, whether they are glued or wired. For an oniou cough syrup have si. large onions cooked in one uuart of vim,- mended by Mrs. Orville T. Bright o,'gar unttl soft, then strain and squeeze HELP THAT HELPS. Fakirs. ' ' Fakirs Is the name siren to cele brated class of faritics found In many rarta of the east, bnt more particularly tn India. Some of tbem will make a ow to continue all their Htm Id one feature and adhere to It strtctlr. Oth ers never lie down, bat remsio In a tanding position all their lire, up held only by sticks or ropr under the nnpfW. Tby pretend to hav sub dued every passion of mortality. Lincoln's Response to His Brother's Request For a Loan. Abraham Lincoln's good sense is witnessed by almost every act of his life. His sound views on indiscrimi nate charity and the best means of encouraging thrift and industry are shown by the following letter to one of his brothers: "Dear Johnson. Your request foi $80 I do not think it best to comply with now. At the various times when I have helped you a little you have said to me, 'We can get along very well now, but in a very short time I find you in the same difficulty again. Now, this can only happen by some defect In your conduct what that defect is I think I know; you are not lazy, and still you are an Idler. "You are now in need of some rendy money, and what I propose is that you should go to work, tooth and nail, for somebody who will give you money for it and then to secure you a fair reward for your labor I now promise you tbnt for every dollar you will between this and the Hrst of next May get for your labor I will then give you one other dollar. y0u have always been kind to me and I do not mean to be unkind to you. On the contrary, if you will follow my advice you will find It worth more than eight times $S0 to you. Affec Uonatcly your brother. "A. LINCOLN." -routn' C-aopnnioo. .i.c.gj, wuo aiKireaeed tne lourtii na ional conservation congress yesterday i) the representative of the national ingress of mothers. "The federal government regulates in terstate commerce and should have con rol of marriage and divorce," Mrs. Iright said. "A standard of home-iuak-:g also should be established, and trains, lie same ns used for agriculture instruct ion, sent over the country demonstrat ng the subject." ignorance of hygiene is the cause of he breaking up ot most homes, she as erted. l)r. Joseph A. Holmes, director of the national bureau of mines, declared con ervation in the mining industry depends n two reforms safeguarding the min- r lives, ootn as regards accidents and icalth conditions, and by storming the vaste of mine products. lie said most ceidcnts ere due to tlve fact that one lalf of the miners could not read and Jo per cent, were non-English speak ing and did not know of the safeguard regulations. Major E. G. (Jriggs of Tacoma, presi dent of the National Lumber Manufac turers' association, took exception to the ouster proceedings Against the lumber association in Missouri and explained what the association was doing toward onservation of forests. Thomas II. Johnson of Pittsburg spoke on "Prevention of Kailrood Accidents"; A. B. lanjuar, York, Pa., on "Conserva tion of Human Life, a National Consid eration," .ind Reginald P. .Bolton, New York, on '-Prevention of Elevator Acci dents." Mr. Bolton suggested state or federal control of elevators as a means of lessening accidents. Just Sec That Corn Shrive! Vanish! The New Corn Cure "GETS-IT" Gets It. out all the juice. Add two pounds of loaf sugar, and when cold add two ounces of tincture of lobelia. This home made syrup is fine for coughs, cold, sore throats, and croup, Carrot Pudding One cup of choppti suet, one cup of grated potato, one cup of grated carrot, one-half a cup of rain ins, one cup of white sugar, one cup and one-half of flour, one teaspoonfu of grated nutmeg, one teaspoonful of pow dered cinnamon, one teaspoonful of bak ing soda dissolved in a little cold water. Steam for three hours. terve with a good pudding sauce. Expert needlewomen have an invari able rule in determining the number of thread to use in making buttonholes. If the thread used in sewing the gar ment is No. 80, the size to be used for buttonholes should be 00; in other words, the thread for the buttonholes should be coarser by 20 than the thread used for the garment proper. It is not generally known that "sweet" corn, too old to be sweet, can he made to have a luscious taste hv put ting a tablespoonful of sugar in the water in which it is being boiled. We have tried this with great sueeess, bring ing forth murmurs of satisfaction around the table. If boiled in the ordi nary way the corn would probably lie left untouched. It must lie remembered that salt must not be put in the water. Reg. Pries Our Prion M ELLEN'S FOOD 73 .55 IIORLICK'S MALTED MILK 1.00 .75 HOOD'S. SAILS A PA RfLLA 1.00 .76 MINARD'S LINIMENT t 25 .17 SAL IIEPATICA .2.5 .21 LYDiA PINKHAM'S .'. $1.00 $0.71 DANDERINE .50 .41 MUNYON'S PAW PAW 1.00 .65 FOLEY'S KIDNEY REM. 1.00 .65 PEIIUNA $1.00 .6fl MILK SUGAR, MERCK'S 40 3 for S&l.OO DIAPEPSIN 50 .39 MIOUP'S RHEUMATIC 1.00 .6 DEWITT'S KIDNEY PILLS 1.00 .60 Beg. l'rloa Our Price ATWOOD'S BITTERS 25 .17 GLOBE PILLS 5 .15 CASTORIA ........ t 3 u .23 SYRUP FIGS 50 .3 FATHER JOHN'S $1.00 .71 WAN'S PILLS 50 .30 SWAMP-ROOT LOO .60 CUTICURA SOAP 25 .20 GARFIELD TEA 25 .17 BEECHAM'S PILLS .25 .17 FELLOWS' SYR. HYPOPHOS. 1.50 l.OS SCOTT'S EMULSION 1.00 .60 LIVER, SALTS ' .75 .50 The above prices are for every day in the week and every week in the year. 1 3 ; . j Cigars for the Gentlemen &ZsT v WE GIVE YOU A CHOICE 5 Cedulas 25c 5 Brod-Vana . 25c 5 Shuberts ". . 25c 4 7-20-4 's .....'... , 25c 7W.&B. Latest 25c We carry a larger variety than most stores 68 different brands of cigars to select from. A Writing Paper New Stock Just In. Regular 25c boxes. .............. 15c Regular 20c boxes........ 13c Regular 10c boxes 0c Ask to see the lutewt in SYMPHONY LAWN GRECIAN LINEN SYLVIAN GLEN DUTCH FABRIC STEEL DIE INITIAL CORRESPONDENCE CARDS, ETC. We have your initial embossed in gold or color. Fine Writing Paper by the jiound, with envelopes to match.. CASCADE LINEN SPECIAL SATURDAY One ..pound , . 19c Lord Baltimore Linen .....25c Tablets, all sizes, each.... 5c to 25c Relieves tired Backs IT TOUCHES THE ) enm i diaoenna B We always carry a full line of the Red Cros Plasters. Rubber Goods Larkspur Lotion For the Children's Hair. At this time the scalp of the small child should be looked after, as they are liable to get head lice or vermin at school. Rexall Larkspur Lotion will surely rid them of this, without barm. Price 25c &o!d only at our store. Maternal Pride. First Young Wife The pbotngrarner an Id my-baby was the prettiest baby he'd ever seen That's strange' He said the same tilng about mine. First Youne Wife Well, t suppose be taw your baby be fore he saw mine. Corns on Sunday! Before Using "Gets-It." Gone on Tuesday! After Using "Gets-It." sexma loang ire Xothimr to .si.-k r l.uri The Way te Win. About the only way to ret eoroing your way is a long ajralnst tbeir roiog the other Atrhlsoa Globe. th!nr hsttle way. JETS-IT" is the new corn cure on a new plan, that in as liarml- to the kin ax water, but. blare, how it works! ! Lo and b-hold. your corn comes out. You don't have ;to lraj it out. Every owner of a corn. Hm. wart or bunion j goinu to p-t the Mirj.riK. of a lifetime. Xo more diirginjr at corn, no more liing with raiws and drawing blood, no ni'ce hlnd roion, no tnore Mm king plter. "iETS IT in sold at all dnijrt'nt t 2-" eent bottle, or vnt lirvrt by K. Lawreiv-. 4 Co (Iniign. SolJ in llarre by C H. Kenirick A Co, E. A. Ihxiw n. Whisk Brooms The best one we ever car ried just received. Trices range from 10c to 50c. We share the profits with you. We have just completed arrangements to handle an exchusive line of Hot Wa ter Bottles at prices that defy com petition. PRICES: A guaranteed bottle at.. 69e A heavier Dottle at ,...76c A Wbite Bottle at 84c A Combination at $1.35 and many others at low figures. These cannot be purchased at any other store in this vicinity. Do not buy Hot Water Bottles until you have our prices. RUBBER GLOVES at 59c per pair. Clear ::s amber and fine as the fin est. Miiny are familiar with thi-. but for those who have not as t: tried it we invite to a SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY ONLY Each person buying a year's supply, (10 cakes) at $'l.OO, "we will pre sent one-half ounce, of Locust Hwec! (7,jc an ounce) Perfume5 free of charge. This Perfume is the lite, odor on the market and is the b' word in the Perfume line. Try il Leather Goods consisting of Purses of all kinds a'ui lescriptions. Hand Bags for the h dies in a variety of styles and si'zm. Card Cases; Coin Bags; Bill FoMs of genuine seal, morocco and ca'f. These are all tirif quality and priced, very low. it will pay you to exam ine our s-tock of fifty different num bers. Special Ladies' Purse, a leader, Black or Tan, large and roomy, regular $1.75 val ue ." $1.00 Look into this offer. All good Soap improves with age, so you are sure to win when you buy ahead. Look Into This. Jergen's Soap, if you prefer, at 12 cakes for $1.00. Talcum Powders Reg. Our rrice. COLGATE'S VIOLET ... .2- COLGATE'S CASHMERE JJ." COLGATE'S DACTYLIS. .2. SAXITOL 5 MCLE TEAM PALMER'S COMFORT MENXEXS CORYLOPSIS .... Price. -15 .15 .15 J15 .17 .1 -17 -17 .15 The Hair Beautiful. The following article on "The Hair Beautiful" was written for the Alhanv Times-l'nion by William Hepncr: H hat i general! v regard ml as a hair tonic U nothing more than a sea In food or scalp tonic. It is not the hair itself hut the roots of the hair from which it oMaina it life that requires nourish ment, just as the parched or oily skin must be remedied by the application of lotions and astringents. I want to enter mv protest auainst the importance various followers of the beauty cult have given to nature treat ments such as sun bat lis and fresh r cures. The sun and air are very goid for the scalp, as they are for any pait of the body but if the roots are not in a healthful condition neither sun nor air ran do much to benefit the hair. Have you ever noticed how a blighted flower or tree w ithers awav anil ti.- when disease attacks its roots? It mav stand out in the open where sun and air rain down upon it in a irolden shower ret it dies just the same as if it it in a darkened room. It is a fact that the hair continues to prow long after the spark we call life has left the bodv. Thi is a complete refutation of the sun and air tonic for the hair and should effectually silence the freh air fiends. When the bair is inclined to become brittle. harh and lacking in lustre, it means the natural oils of the scalp are absent ad the hand of the beautv seeker or beauty expert must supply nature's defieiem-y. Any pure oil. such a olive oil. pently massaged into the scalp is certain to bring about the deired re sults. The essence of pine is verv good when combined with sot-h oils in the proper portion. 1 want to warn the users of oily senlf. tonirs against the prarfio of NatiirM ing their scalps with the tonic so t'.at it makes the hirir stekv and unmsn.-,- !. woman caa luok her l-t when SM i Our Motto: "Quality, Safety and Cut Prices" The Red Cross Pharmacy her hair is plastered t'ght to her head or hangs loose in strings. In applvine an oily tonic part the hair, dip the end of the finger in the oil and apply it to the scalp directly in the part. Repeat this movement until most of the scalp has ieen covered, then massage the entire head with the tips of the fingers. As the oil is subjected to the heat of the head it gradually spreads until every part is nourished. On the morning following the appli cation separate the hair in strands and stroke each strand firmly from the scalp to the end in order to distribute evenlv the surplus oil along the entire length of tlie hair. When it begins to appear dark and damp, shampoo it and then continue the treatment. Women Must Have help at times, if thev would avoid headaches backaches lassitude, extreme nervousness. Th really" superior remedj for them known the world over tnd. tested through three generations is BEECHAM'S PILLS la bra 10. 21a. A reliable rum and quinine tonic is good for oily hair. I am constantly leing called upon to offer a cure for oily, soggy looking hair which begins to string a few- davs after it has been shampooed. Generally such a condition results from a tight scalp or one in which the circulation is poor and the rtil glands eliminate impurities that should 1 burned up br the blood. Such a tonic is cooling and, if properly proportioned, takes hold of the scalp al most immediately. Apply it generously with a piece of absorlient cotton, which should never be ued more than once. Do not make the mistake of spending me ami money on every new mame hair grower railed to attention through cheap advertisements. Other such rem edies are the variest kind of swindles and you are fortunate if they are harm less, much less benefirial. I'se only suc" i.iiini. as Mir me stamp oi time or a reputalile physician or Ieauty expert I whose reputation and evperienee are siittinent guarantee of its efficiency. Al though their price may seem a bit above the average, remember always that the best is cheapest in the end. " The projier tonic, with plenty r.f brushing t invigorate the hair and give it added lustre and life, w ill a. t much the same as will a pail of fresh coil water on a wjihered planU Keep the roots of your hair nourished and Iwa'thy ami your crown of glory will !e com plete. IVrothj lULter. FALLS 2,000 FEET TO DEATH. Every Bone in Aviator's Body Broken at Trenton. H. J. Trenton, V. J.. Oct. 4. Charles ". Walsh, aviator, while making a spiral descent in a biplane before 50.000 people at the interstate fair yesterday, fell 2, (MK) feet to instant death, breaking prac tically every bone in his body and com- jpletely wrecking his machine. vxalsli hean the descent from a height of 5.IKN1 feet with the plan" pointing almost straight down. The up per plane apparently became looe. Walsh was 25 year old and a native of San Diego, Cal. The Secret of Southern Beauty A daszJinjr complexion, made and keft soft, smooth and . clear, by the harmless beautitier ' Wilson's Freckle Cream It will ponttftlr remove freckles, tan. sun burn and vicar the skin, or we (ire your aijney bark. Try it. . SED CROSS PHARMACY. Wear HUB RUBBERS next riot ft