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B .3dHiHntLBBV7HMMHi2HaBKSrSaiaiBHnMS3HVJ!BR tyrrff t"-4v: W5sJ r mwiiiiji ii i i iii'iii'il'ijyyi)tai c-v-ht P lU TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPIT ".y-v- r ipwmrj. . .- Rrjpi-1 . ieLtiit rV ijjXjiijiijLjJj iff i ijajmji i " ii ij I'll" " nnnHv fll I tLlkfc.. ... K& MUBHfe-AjW ' " . k l . lupp hW iftiWI MlliWWMWMWWMWIiWMBWWWPfWMWllli ' ' ' -" " m pm w TOMBSTONE EPITAPH "OHUSim. EVERY 8U.NDAY. GIR.OI BROS., Pnhli.her RECORDS OF COCHISE COUNTY Instruments Filed With the Countr Recorder of Record This Day WARRANTY UKED C Woods ct ux to V Gilmuur la"'i 500 . I. Upino ct ux to T Lopez Pearce prop y) . T Lopez tt ux to L Mcl;adden Pearce prop l'j. . PATENT I" S to J Hdwards. land BILL OF SALE C Wilson to C Hall, cattle 310 . Delia Fell to Malinda McFad den; Warren prop . '. 75 . acreement Broplty Garage & Supply Co with J Dating et ux.. 1100 .. SATISFACTION OF M03T0 OK G CofTey to J Sneer et al U. C. DCEl Clara Downey to J Butler et ux Lowell prop 10 .. J Adams to Bisbec-Na;o Water Go. Bisbee prop 3." WARRANTY DEED E Curtitos E.Jorachks, Doug las prop 200 . . rATENT U S to D Moseley, land H1N1NC DEED C Mitchell to L Brown, mining claims 2o0 . . R. E. MORTGAGE V Fletcher to J Lousko land.. 12(H) .in E Joracliks to F Curtis, Doug las prop .150 . CHATTEL MORTGAGE E Tovrca Co to Bcnkof Bistee live stock 1500 .. o c. DEED J Keith to Glenn L & C Co land 10 .. POSSESSORY RIGHT B Gordon, lind R. E. MORTGAGE J Cruz et ux to W Holmes, Douglas prop M1.1-. . SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE " W Cowan to J Glenn et ux PATENT V S to J Keith, land WARRANTY DEED P Sabin et ux to Est C Smith land. J Moore et ux to S Brown, landlOOO .. J Lane et ux to J Glenn. Mc- Neal prop. 10 . . II Street to Boquillas L& C Co land J0OO . J Thompson et ux to A Wash burn, land 4060 . J Hanlin et ux to F Torrence Howie prop I"00 BILL OF SALE II Ferguson to C Gordon, per gonal prop I" - TV Gordon to F Black, house hold goods S00 DEED Warren Co to J Allissn. War ren prop.-..- 67 R. E. MORTGAGE Mary Contraman et conj to F " Torrence, Bowie prop 1 100 . . n rr-Pfa et ux to Bank of Bis bee, Bisbee prop 2000 Ada Washburn et conj to Kittic Thompson, land 2000 . POSSESSOR!- RIGHT C Upright, land ' , C White, land" WARRANTY CEED Glenn L & C Co. to A Town Douglas prop,,,- .- 3H.t ux to A ) Crice .Douglas prop ,,, j, c-jliff to Mary Gatliff. W rigl t Donor ct ux te A Keilson Douglas pr-p " " CHA-m-B JIORTGAGE CTTirklandtoW Harrison, Co 315 .. teani boiler. . .-- K. E- MORTCACC 3kIarylWr..oCSimon.Doug:ooM las prop" SATtSMCTlW OF MORTGAGE 5 French to My Howell LOOKING BACKWARD TWENTY'FQUR YEARS1 MPlMnAY Mr. G. W. Buford ami children have A Wentworth and F M Mc Kay of returned to Granite Springs from a pro ( Fairbank came up to enjoy the Min- traded visit to California. strcl show last night, The hearing of the Mexican for the i murder of a countryman at Fairbank , 'Sunday is going ou before Justice) Alvord as we go to press. The infant son of George Mc Gee died veterday and was buried todav. . engineer, and George N. MacBcan to, , . , . their northern end and eastern slope.' ..... . , .. , . Rptiirnprl From Rnwip The parents have the sympathy of the attend the convcution of the Arizona ; ndurneu rrom dowig loinmuuity in their irreparable Io5s Tne Prospector his be -n advised to , Good Koads Association, to be held in County Treasurer Harry S Hoss re Clarence Coffman who was injured 'ct go on county dhhon and not stir up I Phoenix February 5th. turned today from Bowie where he went by a premature Mast a fortnight sii.iv. undtrwent thepainfuloperaliimof hav- ing his right eye token out on Sunday last, otherwise his recovery is rapid. He sat up today and drtssed for the first time BORN In Tombstone. Jan. 2S. tolh,. wife of CeotgtBravin, a son. MAKRJF.D In Tombstone, Jan. 29, li'Jl. by Charles Granville Johnston Young Wall to Miss Ana Nebara. both of Fairbank. If the people of the eastern end of the county want divison let them see thsi a clause is ii.-eited in the bill that it shall take effect to year's hence when they can elect their on officers. The Prospector has to many stsunch sup porters in the eastern end of the coun ty Id stand aside and sic tl.im blindid by designing treasury wreckers TUESDAY Little was thought of the agricultural resources of Arirona ten years ago California for many jears imported hi breail'tufT. During the past thirty hf.-irc hi-r firnilurlions from the soil havt . ... . . . , . . increased until htr mining industry hj' sunk into insignificance. Arizona i , rapidly approa.hing the beginning of ' her new era. The people tf Cochise c n'.y have ! the utmost confidence in their rcpr. sentatives at Phoenix and feel assured that they will not ee the new counts of Miles formed. without the anncxa tion of a portion of I'ima to Cochise, a-. area of country which justly belongs t her and which will partially recompenst for the loss of the fertile Sulphur Sprint. and San Simon valleys. The Indian troubles arc said to e endedat Pine Ridge. As but 100 i the hostiles have been disarmed it is difficult to see how the trouble is over It will be but a repetition of the si;r render of Geronimo and subsequent death of many unsuspecting whites who were told that the war was over Guy Powell's black mare, hitched t. a buggy ran away today, and afte. I Report of serious conflict dctweer. making two trips down Allen strict ' four representatives of the sheriff and two up Fremont, took in the cross . office and four Mexicans at the How treets, not forgetting the court ho'i ard ranch east of Douglas, reached here vicinity. When last seen she was going yesterday afternoon. It was reported toward the Huachuca mountains with Ihat the deputies were ill danger of Ios Rev. Downs in close pursuit. ing their lues. Subsequent informat- WEDNESDAY r'riroruisa peculiat country. The (Territorial Auditor draws warrants i just as usual. The city of Tom'jsto e :oc the same, but nearly eiery coua:.. ! in the Territory lias been enjoined from doingso. in conformity with the Wol- utySherifls Harry Raffcrty. Percy Eo. fley funding bill. The happy go lucky, dtn carlcs Cross and Constable K.y go as you please air which prevails in ilurst 0f Douglas, had gone to the How the different branches of government is charming. i KANSAS CITY. In last week s IV- I lice Gazette Zela Fillmore challenged to fight any N2-pound female pugilist I in America for any sum from J250 to ' JI.WX) a side, the battle to take place j n Washington or California. This nt- traded the attention of Mrs. Anna Schoen, the wife of Theodore C.Schoen, ho runs a saloon near the Ninth Street theatre, and being something of a pug- ilist herself she has'decided to meet f e Fillmors woman if they can come to any agreement as to a battle ground, and bas forwarded her acceptance. While Senator Hearst was dying the wires ere being pulled by would be successors to hjs eat in the Senaf. The Democratic Senator beard of it and concluded to hold on till California could send a Democrat in his place. THURSDAY fjet the divison of Cochise be left to . a vote, and at the same election let tie new county eject her county officers, to j qualify in case divlso.. carries, and this 'end of the county will accept the bill r and abide by the result. Mr Yo":and,amilf today California. The snow is disappearing rapidly. with the finding of one good lead n"n n the Swisshelins sufficiently trong io warrant the erection of a smelting plant, would follow a veritable bom in that district. No chain ofhills in thr- country present a finer miner- an" faction fight, but when we topied ami cuimucreii mat an tne ucvumeni j , " the world is committed after sun j down we concluded not to make a star chamber tight. Charley Blair as tri-d today bv a mry lor not paving his licence. A er diet of guilty was the result and a fine of $10 and co-.ts wis imposed, which was not in sight at 4 o'clock. rKlUAY In the City of Mexico they dclivir milk at your back boor by driving a , cow into the back yard and milking what )cu call for in a dish of your own. If this occured in he United States a Yankee would have invented a con- i long ago that would wind up and run' all day and give chalk and water with- out If khI to create it. i The Legislature should pass a bill making it an essential to future county divisons that a vote of the people should ' be taken prior to any legislation heir; Unacted on a question of such Erect j moment Col. Haf ford will take a trip to Sar iraiicjsco in a lew uays. Mr. George Waller and family took their di parture today for Los Angeles. where they will remain for an indefinitt l"01- caIIinS the Anpcl City the r home for the time being. S C Bagg has gone to Tucson. Weslej Fuller isin Albuquerque. New Mexico. T. F. Hudson left yesterday for his couth Pass ranch BORN In Tombstone. February J .".d. IS'Jl. to the wife of George A Mel calf, a daughter. Ex-Gov. Wolfley is in Tucon. John Nobile left yesterday for San Francisco. Oeputies Capture Mm BXICIfl UtinU ItS ! ion, however, proved that the four off. ctrs were successiu! in routing the Mex icans and bringing them into Douglas Sheriff Wheeler received a telephon call liom Douglas isqueting his in.- meduite presence at the Howard rai v. . ; It wa, rcpor,td to the sheriff that D.-p- ard ranch in answer to a call for help Four Mexicans from the Sonora side 01 tne line, ana reponea to neiuiiowirs , of Col. C.Iks Lad coire ac.oss the bor- ' d a"'1 nad ""ackfd the occupants of the raoch. They were resisted and j word was carried to Douglas. Thcoffi cs immediately left in quest of tin Mexicans. According to the rumor the officers located the Mexicans and the latter refused to surrender. It washen th, report was sent to the county scat for help. Wheeler made the trip from Tomcstone to Bisbee, accompanied bj Chief Deputy Guy Welch, in S8 diin- utes. Upon arriving in Bisbee he was. cilled to the telephone and inforcud that the officers were safe with their prisoners in Douglas. The Sheriff continued on his way to jfie bprder city to furthur investigate the case. Peanut Cre.:.j :n Clilna. Within twenty years tn srowln; ot CaIIfornIa peaauU in Shantuu. China. has become a great Industry, with an , Prt trade of 150.000 tons. NEWSY ITEMS OF ARIZONA Prepared in Condensed Form From All Over the State Delenatf Namprl As representative of Phoenix, chief among the booster citio for good roads in this state. Mayor George U. Young has named M. J. Foley, member of the j. .! r-r .., . T Tl Si..-.. I ....... ... .... I State's Assistance ' Asking the co-operation of the state in the reclamation of 20.000 acres of land on the Hassayampaat Morristonn I Eleanor S Wittman, backer of the pro- ) Jt.c: has written the state land commis- kl0 to ast wi,al Arizona will do to as- j ;st in carrying out the plan, i-arm Aoviser The important rosition of farm ad- iscr for Maricopa county has been ac- i -'l"10 "' James A. Armstrong, now 'arm adviser al .San Diego. California. Mr. Armstrong will be on the staff of the Agricultural Extensive Service of the I'niversity of Arizona College of Agriculture, co-operating with the V. S. Department of Agriculture. Mr. Armstrong as brought up on a farm i . . . ! in Fresno routitv. CiIlTorni find h:i b.-cn familiar wi.h irrigation and ranch j taclk, all hi, Iife On a charge of taking a calf belong ing to Josefa Martinez, Antonio Ma drill. Jr.. will be tried at Arivaca before Justice of the Peace Horan Coumv j All Hdzinger of Pima expects to go to Arivaca to conduct the case for the pros cution. Seeking Lost Father Information about l.er farher, D. T Chellis, of Eric. Pa . is desired bv hi 1 daughter. Mrs. La Verne Chellis Win j ters, of that city, who has written to Cllicf of Police Cuilen. of Tucson, ask ing if anything has been heard or seen of him lately She states that he left home several years ago and that noth mg has been heard of him since 1912 She thinks that he might lie living un dr another name. Preparing Road Book Harry Locke, of Phoenix, is in Yuma or. his way from Los Angelrs by way of San Diego to El Pa'o over the Bor derland route, of which he is Killing out a new and cotnprehf nsivc booklet mill. iu uiiu maps ai.u inuen oincr oe sirable and necessary information. He ...:.t. I f . i t .t drove in to Yuma in his light Metz car and reports the roads west of Yuma in ,;ood condition on account of the recent heavy rains. primary of their party. Five new bills were introduced in the .iiakcs it unlawful for any one to en ploy in an extra hazardous occupation. Pink!cy, of Pinal, introduced house bill No 55, appropriating .'-127.02 for Dr. W. C. Randell, who acted as prison phjsician during illnrss of regular phy i ian. !!fiils ! ill 'o ".II lis- Ilnt-ir nf filial ; fp.-o:jri-tes S2O.CC0 lor tl.c purpose of t .IrTine arnnirr'-.M trt UriAix nr-rr. tc Oila a,;d can Carlos rivers. House bill No. 57 was introduced by ! equest of the live stock commission md provides for certain duties to be performed by the live stock sanitary uoanl. Graham, of Cochi'e.inlrodueed house T,;n So. .r,s. which provides for the ac- ceptarice and collection of grants de- vises, bequests and assignments to the I i tate of Arizona. , j inHCDTIOLTIl I LTTCDB At'lLHIIutU Lt I I LKb , v,nKr. Tml-.e. , Arjzolla ,. .,,.. raaininc unvcd ,ot I aC(t adertiscd for the reck ending j j January 30th., 10I. W Rayling Porfirio njtiin" Ko-lion Lopez Miguel Nunez T. J. Murray Chas. S. Ray Francisco L. de Sassoe Joseph Paul Mrs. Jessie R. Phillips Pedro Urtado Wilbur C. Hein ri'chs (2) When caling for the above, please say "advertised." A fee of one cent will be collected for each letter deliver- j PAUL A. SMITH Postmaster. From Monday's Daily. Over from Gleeson Constable Lafc Gibson and Judge L, W Kmler were business visitors in this city today from Gleeson. Returned from Bisbee Miss Nora Thiel returned yesterday from Bisbee. whrre she has been visit- If for a fortnight with friends, Qicy ffQm Douglas Cram Warner arrived home yester- I day from Douglas where he has been I for the past week on business matters- t tri invesfit'ali- the m:it!ir nf lhi flr.u-ii Bank end Truu Go., which was forced w close its doors. President J. G. i Armstrong, of the concern, is missing. All county funds on. deposit in the bank are safe as they are prottcted by bonds. Trial Jury Drawn Judge Alfred C. Lockwood, Recorder Owen E. Murphy, Sheriff Harry C. Wheeler, and Clerk J E James, today, according to law. drew fifty names of persons to serve as trial jurors at the coming term, and Sheriff Wheeler will shortly begin the hard task of locating the persons whose names have been drawi. The trial jury will report on Tuesday lllth.. to serve at the coming term. It is expected that a special venire will hi suhpoencd. owing to the shifting i! population, which not only makes it inconvenient, but words a hardship on the Sheriff. Electrial Engineer I A Rosok. of Bisbie, arris ed in the city today an immediately this afternoon started the woik of sureing the city to make tie estimate of installing electric lights for Tombtsone Mr. Ro3ok started froii the mill, where the power will be sup plied from, and the main line will ente: i he city at fifth street and from there the line will continue up and don i. Allen Street and from there to nil parts o" the city. Mr. Rosok's opinion of the matter, a far as the noik has advanced, is that lhcstemcan be installed at a vcr' reasonable rate, and that Tombstone rill soon enjoy a modern lighting sy? tern and unusually low rates. WHENEVER YOU USE YOUR BACK Does a Sharp Pain Hit You 7 It's a sign of, sick kidneys, especially if ie kidney action is disordered, too, passages scanty or too frequent or off color. Do not neglect any little kidney ill for the slight troub les run into dropsy, gravel, stone or Blight's disease. Use Doan's Kidney Pills. This good remedy cures bad kidneys. CONVINCING PROOF T. M. Harler. 315 E. Fifth Ave.. Rom. I Ga., nays; 'I bad cr-ivcl n op: J at;s w-re the onlr thuwr ttat relieve! xnc I I conld hardly ernlnre the pa-nv H mv bn ' woo tneuaiiey .' Irrerular in t .-a-r. I -i.-s e olrt-p r - t' .- . i a-. f .' I to use bujn' KM' ."Hi I tie'. ' trorcd tinti! I wa i v 1 and ',: tt, i. c tizht boxes oX roac' I Jdne PiE to nw. mc well. I ha-en': snilcrcd iinte.' Get Doan ct Any Store, 50c a Bo DOAN'Ssr Fotler-MUburn Co.. Props. Buffalo. N. Y FLASHES There aro mighty few lifebuoys 01 thJ 8eii ot matrimony. All the world's a stage, and most of us are looking for backers. We should forgive our enemies, es pecially If they have us down. An optimist Is a man who doesn't believe his warm friends are all deai. The higher education generally dem- ! onstrates that the more we know, the 1 less we believe. Some people are constantly giving I themselves away, and others are al ways being sold. Effects of Tuberculosis. Professor Fishburg finds tubercu loids almost invariably producing ei ther an exaggerated ego and colossal selfishness, or a great susceptibility to suggestion. This last explains the eonsumDtlve's credulity with respect I I to "'ake- cures and their apparent lm- proTement under such treatment- TO 4 From Tuesday's Daily. Bisbee Visitors Among the visitors in the city yes terday from Ilisbee, having business before the board of supervisors were noted Joe Gray. City Marshal Allison, A H Hendcrvcn, J F McDonald. Coun ty Engineer J C Ryan. Frank Thomas. Bassett Watkins. Dr Bledsoe. Prof C J Phubrook, Judge Tot man, and Judge Smith. They all returned home last evening A. R. Buckman, State Prohibition Organizer is a visitor in Tombstone for several days. Mr Buckman, has been assigned the State of Arizona as his field by the N'ationel Organizotion to work in the interests of Nationel prohibition as an ultimate object, so he states and today was calling on the Tombstore public interesting them in the move- ir.ent. The plan, states Mr Buckmnt is to enroll within the state 25.000 pe pie. who will pledge themelves to sup port in the next election candidates who are for national prohibition Mr Buckman stated that already Mlice his assignment to Arizona he has tecciwd everal thousand r-lcdcs. and tliN evening he will address the W C.T.V. , urneU 1",,nc Iast eve,,inE frora DouK- of Tombstone on this subject. He will'1" "" they had been for several . w. ' la.s on a visit continue to Tucson tomorrow. ' Returned From Douglas Mrs. Sam Johnson returned home estcrda from Douglas, where she has b -en for the past seeral days on a v it with her daughter. Mrs. J. II Pope. Arrangements for Dance The Ladies of St Paul's Guild of tin i upisi-opul church are busy making ar rangements for the big ball to be given by thim the liith of the present month at Gage Hall. The tickets for the oc -asion have been printed and are now on sale about town. Something en tirely out of the ordinary is promised Sut. however, the enthusiastic ladies j won't gie it out, and only say, jusi ( wait and see the fun. Tuesdav the 16th j is the date Sanctorum "Lifted" It is not very often that a newspapei office is 'lifted," owing to the fact. probably, that there is n.ually nothing worth "lifting," but yesterday, during the rush m getting out on time tbi- highlv religious and family journal) thi Prospector was "touched." As every- ne knows, the "road" is continualh cfested with "tourist" printers wh re making their way eastward, an ombslone gets her share of this clas f traelcrs, who ntver fail to call ai .e printin' office and get a "feed" arc ' flop" b fore couinuing. Vcsterda uring the absence of the office devi om the Sanctum Sanctorum, a "loui -t" who had lin "fed" and "flopped" ook occasion to enter the office durin he absence of the deil, and ''lifted, rom the editorial dck, a few article which he appropriated to his own us -nd immediately "flew the coop.' Jhicf of Police Bratin at once put hi drag-net out and scourid the cfty fo the missing "tourist," while Shcrif Wheeler got on the trail anil discoverci Mr. Printer, with the stolen articles oi. his person, making a huiried "take" t Fairbanks, probably to "stick" to th first freight for parts unbeknownst oi. i account of "pressing" business. It wa I ill done so quick Mr. "Tourist" didn' know what happened until in the ju .ice court this morning before Judg. j Foler it was "thirty or thirty," am , he will have plenty of time, within thi next thirty days, to think over hisdeei' i of "gratitude." I In Douglas j Mrs. Mary M Costello, her son. Cecil Costello of Tombstone, and Mrs. Mary McCann, of Los Angeles j TheTe Is nothing new untjer the were members of an automible party j sur- unles8 " ra'sht possibly be an- , I tique furniture, who ar. ived here yesterday artcrnoon nd re: :s ercd for the night at the j It's easy enough to please a woman Gadsden. International. I !f 'ou can on'y make her decide just what she wants. Back from Douglas . Counts itenorapler Mrs. Jess Hay-1 Yo" can'' use "isswords m polite , , l society, but you can always substl- ward returned home yesterday from a tute a cursory gunce. brief visit at Douglas. If you want to Icoir how to man Band a Live Wire " aS" VH" ccera!!y. sk a sa who has never had one. The Tombstone City Band is laving practice almost nightly in the City ! Many a man Is so constituted that Hall The band has been reorganized I -othlng short of an earthquake, would shake his confidence In himself, with a strong membership, under the directorship of "Billy McSparron, and Some people believe In contrasts, that they are a live bunch and will makefbt no man can have a light heart . and a dark brown taste at the same it a siiccss is evidenced by the fact , lIme that the boys have announced a grand J Masquerade Ball for Washington's ' Birthday, February the 22nd, and have I sent circulars all over the county. From Wednesday' Daily. To Tucson Clerk A. C. Karger. of the board of siipcrvUoi!. and Chief Deputy Sheriff Cu C. Welili, lift this morning for Tucou, where they were summoned as witnesses ill the United States court nhich is in session there this mouth. j Returned From Bj$bee Mrs. Roger Saunders returned home yesterday from a brief visit to Ilisbee with relatives and friends. Drummer Here i Tommy Sutton, well known knight '"' 'he grip, was in Tombstone today on ' his regular visit. Will Locate Here ! Mr an(, Mrs Krank AUtn arrjved ... Tombstone Sunday, and will make the county eat their future home. Mr. Iter having taken a position at the ...ill with the Phelps-Dodge pople. Mrs. Alters is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Kohlen. of this city. .'Returned from Douglas Mrs. M Costcllo. and son. Cecil' ac i .ompanied by Mrs Mary McCann, re- ; Two Birds With One Stone Work is progressing on the Crystal I Theatre building. The excavation has all been completed, and marty yards of dirt that were dug from the building rave been placed on Allen St. to grade it to a high center The seats for the theatre arrived esirrday. fwomey's Here Mr. and Mrs. John Twomey. of Bis te. were isitors in the county seat yeMerday and today, the guestsof Mrs. Ii. Holland, and daughter. Miss I.illie. They returned home this afternoon. Constipation, if - Neglected, Causes Serious illness Con tipati-in .' n o!ec:cd, leads o almost inminer -Mc complica tions afT cung tht. ".cral 1 ;.tith, , - py y case of !fc, ?K typhoid fever, i '"A appendicitis and " other severe dis $3nr p. ab:e'toprrV.i.ged W i.s H clogging ot the H -L J- bowels. ReSarJ-iic-'-.1 the effects of ' )t--f' constipation. C. 'iityA , t. siys: ?Mf ,- '.. "' was afflicted ' f ;-:',f'v'. wtlb ecnstimtlon ''' '-''' r.J blliousn.Ts for Tears, and at tlrres I i-came so bsd I would bei-o-rie un-onTlo-Js. t hae been fou-id In that runiirton many times. Physicians did rot pet-m to be able to do me am- co.i. I would become eak and tor tLt- at a time cnjld do 10 work. Not Wiir it so I pot a bor r Ur Mil' laxair Tablets, and ItT using t'seir, founu I had never lied nnyl: nz 'iat a-lI In stlrh nild and inV'tr.e rnnnner. I b-IIev h-ive at yc found the remedy that 'Uiiu my case " Thousand of people are sufferers rom hal'if-il c:istipation and hi!c po.--! .y rei'-zing something f the danti"' "f tt . condition, yet eEct too long to employ proper 'alive mra "res until serious ill .. 's ofte- results. The ad'-ice of 1 physlcrtni is, "keep your bowels . an." ;:n! it' good advice. Or. Mi's- I.-ixative Tabl-ts are ! by :' -"rnggists. at 25 cents a ix emu . s 2$ dnses. If not nnd s.-.ti '.ac'.ory, your money is -turnei' 11LCJ MEDIC-!. CO.. Elkhart, ln. &&r RANDOM IDEAS ! The man who can work a stopper to his family jars Is a corker. It takes a mighty good mixer to combine business and pleasure. The man of few words doesn't have to take so many of them back. When an old man marries a young woman they both should have our sympathy. A cat Is supposed to have nine lives, but If you try to drown your sorrows you will find that they have more than that '.II ' 1 ' : ., t 1 a.