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i '75 -.?" a?" v (V" THE SNEEDVILLE NEWS 1 4 THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD .Came to this Woman After Taking Lydia E. Pinkh&m's Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health Ellenahurg;, Wajh.-"After I ni darned 1 was not well for m Ion? time ana a Rood deal 01 the time vu not able to go about Our greatest desire was to have a child in our home and one day my husband came back from town with a bottle of Lydia E. Fink ham'a Vegetable Compound and wanted me to try it It brought relief f mm mv trnnl.leei I improved b health so I could do my housework ; we now have a little one, all of which I owe to Lydia E. I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound." Mrs. O. S. Johnson, R. No. 8, Ellenaburg, Wash. There are women everywhere who lone for children In their bomea yet are denied this happiness on account of tome functional disorder which in moat rasea would readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound. Fuch women abould not give up hope jntil they have piven this wonderful medicine a trial, and for special advice write Lvdia E. I'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, ftaas. The result of 40 jean experience U at your service. ' Consequence. "Tluit Fpnk r bus such a halting delivery." "No wonder, (lino, he puts up sucb a lame uruim-tiL" On bottle of Ir. retry "DeeS Shot" will mii you roonrr, lime, anaietr and fc.alth. On do eumoleDt, without Caalof Oil U ddUlaa. 44. 010 WORK OF HIGH ORDER Designs Wrought by Ancient Peruvian Dyers Hsve Been Given Much PraiM by Experts. The ancient of IVru. by a curious enlnrldmei for there could not n albly have been any Intercourse) with their contemporaries In Iii'lla and KsTPt atn-in to hnvo used much the same kind of rncenes In printing their Nlpns upon the- fi.brlea they manufactured. Iloth lleradntua and I'llny, among early historians, have told us nbout thn cloths of vegetable fiber made by tlie ancients; but In all likelihood the fabrics of the Peruvians were of even a morn remote date. In aome respects Of methods of today bear strong rnwinMnnm to the older practice. The chief difference con lata In the patterns now ttelng en (raved upon copper rollers and several color, being printed at one time. Just aa today the coloring matter of dyes la not affixed by merely printing It on the material, but Is secured by means ef a substance known hs mordant, ao did the Peruviana mnke ue of a prop erty whlrh cnued the dye to adhere and to withstand a test of thousands of years' wear and tenr. Ktperta have declared that In the direction of tech nical and artistic vnlue the designs In sjneetlon litre no etpml. The Juvenile Mind. The Itoiuiiiitt built well paved mada leading from Itome to nil lniMirtant points of the empire," father was My lar. In lltuxtratlni; a point he was milk ing eoi.rernlng ant-lent history, which the elder daughter was studying "Tties roads were about 15 feet wide end-" "Mercy me." Inter lecteil the seven year old diitiplitir, "If they were only 1. feet wide mi!.iiiiiir could not pas ceh other utile they barely crept along!" Just aa Mother Thinks. Hon (remlinc the pnperl - There's n aso tnlklrg. dud. Alfwtlnte unity ot mnimnml 1 extM iitlnl to U tnry. Ind-That' vt tint )our inothel think - Life. fnnd ssUttj: w n ft frt n fnd ; then a put "lot 1 "t-r '; ii. t n hnt.lf. Some pernio learn of the harmful effects p f cof fee by rcad irtrj. Olhcrs find it out throurih experience. In either case it is a fjood idea to adopt : INSTANT POSTUM A delicious drink mado : from the finest cereals, harm less and nour ishing Mode in the cup, instant ly. Saves sugar and fuel. 2 WORLD S EVENTS N ST M BEST OF THE NEWS BOILED DOWN TO LIMIT. ARRANGED FOR BUSY PEOPLE Notes Covering Most Important Hap penlngs of the World Compiled In Briefest and Most Succinct Farm for Quick Consumption. U.S. Teutonic War News Tin- behuvlor of Amerliiin troop iibonrd the rdeiiiiislilp Persle vlnti she wiih torpedoed Inst September 7, la commended In a letter from the I'.rit Ish minilrnlty iiddresscd to Admlriil Sluia. , . , . A correspondent with the American In Prussia wiys the Third nrmy now fiecupl. s nlMiut JM)HHiire wile of Cler- iiiiiii territory, Imlmllnc aetires or town and vitiligos. The Amerlcnns encountered little hostilities from tne iiihiiliitiuits. While humlreds lined the Hi reels In Treves there vu libsolute xlleuce. A disimteh from the hciiduunrtera of the Ainerlenn nrmy of oeeiipntlon ii.VM no deiuoustriitloiis, either friend ly or hostile, ninrked the entry of Mnji.r (ieiiernl ll 'kmnn'H nrmy Into tJeiiniinv. The frontier wiih crossed curly in Hie diiy imd by nlKlitfnll the Auierii'iins hud moved forwiinl l liilles; reiuhln Kiidtfen on tbo left mid SuurliolxhiK li on the il;ht. Tho line extended iilonir the Snnr river mid lliroiiKh SiiMilnirK mid Treves. News reiii'hlnir London from Ainstcr- iIsiiii liidleuti-s that the knlser"H iihdl- entloli iln ree wns puhllslied lit the re quest of the I Hitch government. Amerlenii troop crossed the fron tier Uito Prussia nt daylight Sunday, behind the t Senium rear Kuards. Treves N the most Importiiut city 11111" far occupied. Four American Miniier dispersed u mob of thoiisamls nt JOscli after It hud wrecked "H sliopa in re veille for the overcliargliiK of Aim r- Iciins. European War News The Russian government hs re fused In iidmlt LMWIOO Husslan sol diers who have been prisoners In tScr- many and has turned them Imi K nt tne frontier, nccnrdlng to n Iterlln dlspatt h to the lindoii Impress. The coverninent has tnken nil nec essary ineasureH to Insure the demo Mllnillon of nil classes of the territori al reserve before the end of l ehril ary. according to the Paris l.'Oeurve. Vehement protests npilnst Itiily'a claim to the eastern hhore of the Adriatic lis part of her share of the war spoils were entered at the nation al congress of Serbians nt Chicago. The vanguard of the American party which will be In Paris during the ses Moiis of the peace conference willed from New York on the new American steamsldp Orlwihn. The member of the party Included incite than n hun dred newspier corresMiliilentM mid Ihme who will n t In n wcr. larial mid clerical cnpiiclty to iiicmhi rs ef the jn-ioe mission. TheChriMlanlH Arti npostcli siMs Hie iHdshcvikl have raided the Noittel.in b-gtitloii al IVtrograd ami Molcn ion tidniiliil p::N-rs beloiii'im: t 'he Nor wegian ii"'1 wtss governments. Foreign I'nlMi ! 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' ' ' ' in ' ! s . .. i.t t.t a V.i i'i .' 't ! ' I lal' XI;- .1. tj-o ! ' l'-.UI..i;i il.-n.f f I l i t'. The soldiers' and workers' council of Lelpsie hun decided that (jerinati general headquarters shall be dis solved and Field Marshal lliiid.-nl.ur-nrrested, necordliii; to the I-okal An .eiger of lierlin. Personal lit. Ilev. James 1'ov.eii Funsten, first Protestant Kpiseopal bishop of Idaho, died suddenly ut bis home iu Boise, Idaho. Kdmond ICostand, the poet nnd play wright, died ut Paris. He had beeu III from grijipe. Washington The question of permanent organiza tion of the army has been deferred for consideration after the close of the peace conference, says Secretary lin ker, in his annual report at Washing ton. e Increased charges for parlor and sleeping earn on all railroads under federal control were abolished, effec tive Immediately by the railroad ad ministration at Washington. Kelgium was given another credit of JI.lJiMMKK) by the treasury nt Wash ington, milking her total loans from the Cnited States $'J10.1VJMkK nnd the total of the allies' loans f S,1DC.570.CO(!. Cancellations of war contracts since the armistice was signed were esti mated by Secretary Baker nt Washing ton to aggregate $2.0)0,000,000. It was announced nt the executive ofllces, said n White House statement, that I'nlted States Fuel Administrator Harry (Sarlleld has tendered bis resig nation to take effect1 at the pleasure of the president Ulid that the president has accepted the resignation. Secretary linker announced at Washington be had postMined his trip to Kurope. He said F.lward It.1 Stet tlnlus, assistant secretary and hi per sonal representative in France, would return for Christmas nnd that they would go together, probably lu Janu ary, on war department business wholly. All restriction of sugnr for house hold nnd restaurant use were removed by the food administration at Wash ington. With the earlier -removal of the wheat Hour substitute rule, the Op der relieves the householder of all compulsion In food conservation. T 1- untnry conservation of all foocU. r . - -" Afh4 coin l n lies necessary. ' Secretary McAdoo says t ' quire a total of f7.443.415.t conduct the United States go during the fiscal year of lit total estimates for the flsrnli; 1011) was $J9.870.821. 548.74. Domestic The trusf-forged Khueklcs of capi talism must be tossed uslde and labor must he given fair slinre of the pnm pirlty of the country, for the "get ami grab" nllcy of so-culled big busi ness bus been Hielved forever In the world wide upheaval of autocracy, wns the warning that Charles M. Schwab delivered lit Atlantic City. N. ).. to the business men of America. Conuiessman elect Victor I.. Iterger, Milwaukee Socialist, was served with a notice of protest to Itcing waled by Jo-cph I Carny. letnocrnt. on the i: round of Ineligibility. Carney win st'cnnil In the race. Trench Mortar tint t cry No. CT. at I Camp Howie, near Forth Worth, Tex.. ' iiimle up of draftetl men from Kan ! vii. Coliirailii. Ketiliii kv. luwn ami New York state, was must. -red .it. i I .tiilm Peres, nn Austrian, twenty -six , M-ars t.ln. Is living behl for tlie umrder 't.f two u.cli In the par;iltln tl.-piiilinent (.f tin Mauilard O.I oniipntiy plai t nt Wl.'ine.'. Ittd. IVM".. willi a l.irge I nv.'il fur entll'c' parnihn. he- In , .I 'd il ft.ret'l:i'l. I:li.l M.-CI'tlltl i-d .ti.i.n insw.nl.. l' it:iiit inre- mini wmiieb-'l live - J i I pullcc- iu. i. l .li.if If wes - "lthi -il. I't res , .1 t ii In!,' ! Mi i".. i i. t- l t.. ii V!., t full.'-!.' ,W :;rd A nlt lle ii li n-fll. d bv I' ., 1 ?i w t-i U i M'iiiUjUr. he!'rg vri-'n., c. nis.un I. vilt! ;.t !i nc 1 1 1 .1 I Start tCMtmrit at onee. S.-M St sll ;. ritt:iii :it.viiin'til j dma trra in lsltle of two nre, nje.ii :i :.t i ;. i . lu ll 1 .1 II llli'H :i tv.l. t. I I:. i -r.iMd : ! r. p. ..p. f ; .hi. .bi-v I- it III 1st ' J I 1 I ' n fi i'i I .- w I... li 'In- i r . . Vt invi t: !i:i. t ll.Tisl S. ti- iiii 1 1- :hi i . .- b lii :i ti I i: ii iu id :ilrt.i;i if triin mii l.i.. i It tin .- I ..f I nt : ' , i it I . il.ti d i' . II..- t.ii'U . f tn- i 1 ii I r.'1 i I' in I v. I I i n ii ! ltd. I. i:t II. .- llu-re nre I III- Anit-r vi.it .Hid :tl iu: ir.. .in nn It ,-.rl ; e e . i !! no .,t tin I. ei... i i t : il! !i I . f lln j.l (?t,M i rs it i -in-ri- 111 i 111 w a It. t tl.-f 1 t. e . ..f '! I i r t I t . .. I , ... . i : i : I ; r. t . t I : I. mi ij!i it i.l ! .1! I RECEIVING WAR CROSS The patriotio spirit and devotion with which Ameri can women have bo far performed war-service work and made sacrifices has never been equalled in the history of any country. Mothers, wives and aietcni support this burden with strength and fortitude. But those who are al ready miserable from the complaints and weaknesses which are so common to women, should take tho right tonicfor the womanly system. If a woman ia borne down by pain and sufferings at regular or irregular intervals, by nervousness or dizzy spells, by headache or backache, "Favorit Prescription" :hould bo taken. "Favor ite Prc8cription', can now be tad in tablet form aa well aa liquid at most drug' stores. J5cnd to Doctor Pierce'a Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y for a ten-cent trial package of tablets. For fifty years Dr. Fieroe's rieasant Pellets have been most satisfactory in liver and bowel troubles. HtmOton, Ohio. "I cm safely mv that Dr. PWrca'a nwdieiiuia bav aavod my lit. About Ira jraan ago ai alck all tba tint, f ot so weak and narroua I could hardly walk around. I bad woman's trouble and stomach trouble and almost Terythirif ailed ma. 1 thought that I would never bo well again. On day I read a little book that had been thrown in the yard, and 1 learned about Dr. Pierce! remedies eo I walked along slowly to the dru (torn and purchased two bottlne, on of 'Favorite Preemption' and one of the 'Uoiden Medical Discovery,' and after takina two bottlea of earh I frit like a new woman." Afra. if. L. SuuaH. 010 McUlynn St. 1- Vocalization. "I should tliinU your conscience would remind you Unit it's wrong to demand iucli n salary." "Oh, no," answered the prima donna. The still, small voice of conscience Is very well In Its way. Tut nobody buys tickets at the box office to listen to If STOMACH UPSET?. PAPE'8 DIAPEPSIN AT ONCE EN03 DYSPEPSIA, ACIDITY, GAS, INDIGESTION. Tour rreals hit back 1 Tour stomach Is soar, sctd, gnRsy and you feel bloat 4 after eating or you have heavy Ittmps of Indigestion pain or headache, nt never mind. Here Is Instant relief. 1 ? Don't stay upset I Eat a tablet ot Pape's Dlapepsln and Immediately the Indigestion, gases, acidity and all stom ach distress ends. Pope's Dlapepsln tableta are the sur est, quickest stomach relievers In the world. They cost very little at drug Stores. Adv. On the Stand. Ton say you stood upT ! say stood, your honor. If a atands he naturally stands up. can't stsnd any other way." "Is tha47 Ten dollars for tempt. Stand down." Kansas Journal. man Tou eon City SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There la only one meJicitie thnt really stand out preeminent a medicine fi-r cural.la ailments of the kidneys, livrr and U.vtl.lrr. Ir. Kilmer's Fwnnip-Urtot aianita the highest ftr tl.e iriwit that it ba preven i to I jut the ri medv nrie. in tht u emde nixtn thtniMn.U of ditreoin( Caere ! Swamp Kt-i't, a pl:yteim a pircripii'in pit I )ierial d.iseaM-, rrle fnrn.U ijut. l.ly br I rim lie mild at d imnitt.i.'te rdect it n-!. ...I . . it . am and Urge. ) teet tSie 1 I Ina ever, if vmi wt'H fret to t.-at prrp.irti. t, mu tr-i e-ti' to Pr k inir A I I' mi..,!. V V 9. r - utmt le ImM's-.' "I.--, ni-.r-l tnlrm or' 1 n enlH-n Chcpp.nj Him Off. "Say!" Miari.d nn tmimtlcnt totuer In the r.'pld flr.i Ci sincmnt. ma. -IVl j 1 g-t a little i-rvliv. .r itun't IT" "V ha: il'vr ini to ttsve yenr bvnns losidivl Infe .t cJ.i l-tt.it and ri.it Into rr,j- yrhT acrrastli al'r retnrrte.1 1tv1il. i Tie wnllrr- K-,nn '1r Star. i CUAft NTt tD TO lISTa(Tl.V PfLltVC I ASTHMA: (M rVNLt H.t AiS, ANT i-KlWl! Bronchial Troublos ? r'v V I !! ir awe r i C1-. tilf Tri.lt zrmrif I 1,11 fSEV n XXS D 1. 1: i.- r CROWN PRINCE RENOUNCES HIS THRONE RIGHTS NOBILITY D!SC RDED BY HUNS. ALL TITLES SUPPRESSED, GER MAN REPORT SAYS. Food Rations Reduced to Avert Fam ineYanks and Allies May March Into Berlin Unemployed Start Riot in German Capital, But Finally Are Pacified with Pledges of Aid. Western Newspaper I'nlon News Service. London. It i reported thut the Hutch Government will yield to an allied demand for the tsiirrender of the former Kniser and Crown Prince, but that it will urge the Kntente to Intern lliein for life In a Iutch Island colony and under guard of a Dutch fleet. An official request of Holland for the surrender of the lute German royalty Is expected here nt any time. Amsterdam. Former Crown Prince Frledrich Wllhelm of Prussia formally has renounced nil rights Ut the Prus sian nnd German thrones. Ills decree of renunciation, dated Wieringeii, Hol land, Iiecember 1, is published by the German ollicial Wolff Agency. It reads: "I formally and definitely renounce the Imperial Crown, which might come to me through abdication of the Kai ser and King or oilier legitimate rights." Only n few days ago the former Crown Prince boasted in his exile thnt be had "not signed any thing." uml was, so far us he knew, still Crown Prince. The German Gov ernment has expressed the request that peace or a "preliminary peace," be signed by February l'. "In order to cnnlde the German National Constitu tional Assembly to s't." The German elections lire uclieduled for .In unary 1.. The German Government's Food Ic paruncut has Issued u note saying tho country is on the verge of famine nnd rations must be reduced by one-half. All titles of nobility have been sup pressed by the German Government, It la announced from I'.cilln. Troops Called to Suppress Unrest. Santiago, Chile. The t'bllenn Gov ernment bun taken steps to reduce the prfceof foodstuffs and bus adopted measures Intended to bring nltout n solution of the Internal unrest that centers on the food question. Tho government. It Is said, will proceed energetically If the workmen iM-rslst iu their attitude. The troops already called out w ill be held In barracks and n state of siege will be declared If It becomes necessary, landing cidlcinl ami iHilitical circles continue to ex press the opinion that tin controversy with Peru will be settled rapidly and IM'acefully. Yanks Occupy Fortress. Amsterdam. American troops en- tired Main, capital of the province of Ithenlsh llcssc, and one of the prin cipal fortresses of Germany oti the left bank of the Uhin Hlver, nccord ir.g lo the semi -ofhciul Wolff News lin en il or lierlin. I he iieigian cavalry detachments of ,KS) men each entered I msseldorf, on the left bank of the I thi ue, Ul miles northwest of Cologne. All Intercourse with the other Imnk of the river has Imimi forbidden. The cavalry will proceed ! Cleves, 1J Miles northwest of Wcsel, being re lieved nt Im-'si-ltltirf bv infantry. War Claim of British Enormous. Iiiitliiu. -Great Itritain will dvnmml f Germany S.issi.isni.issi Mmnds sterl ing (nearly ? IU.usi.iski.issi) fur Great I'.rlt.iiii nnd her dominions as repara tion fur On- war. in-ci.rdin to the Ihil- M.iil. The ncvsp;iM-r i:is it under- aland tli.it I 'Mid l.lnvtl Gtsirge, the Premier, will make this nminiuivvnietit I i a shs- li al bH .!s. Tliis, the l;iily A'.iil adtN. is what the w:ir ctt-t Urea I'rltani and her d'iinin:iiis, uln! Pr.t '-It l.ii;ii-rs will bv rclicM'd t.f ilisi.- 4 M ;iM,ll!i ,y lif Iii lliiill'. p;l' II It-Ill. 12 Bo-Pes Removed After Wreck. nrl.-.ins. Praii. i-. n fpii-s lr..'ii fr.mi iirlf.tits ir.isl., ni1. and Irlts viipvtl :i:in.!ii-r tr.i.n .i.idil Willi Aine." tcun l.titi-i i;tl lifitr !l i.ti- S ir liiit-. "IfM-tl IHlll S .llllW Sl ! Pi's I lly. Twelve ll.n lave Im- ii ri-iimwl from ttie ttfitk ulid Mfiii ilietj. u-!t t dead still remain ill I lie d-'-iis Tinti ly Hie H-ri.Mt wi-re in.l'ir. l l i.iir .if ; tin ra.lrti:id i::r wi-re im:isIi i.t luts. Mine Sirha British W Jrvhip. i !.ntid.-ii.- Flen ii lnen nr.. iiT.ii'g .;s m result of the I'ril.sli w::r-l.ji l-:ts nt i dm n.mmc in i?il.ivt willi a rii.ne it 1 I1m P.altit S".i. ii'-vortbitg I" an i.f'ic' il is:t. Trtrwkt I'.irit ,j,t-,.t-r nirnl the rpma'nil. r if tl it " Thouaands de In Ca-nca. Itn,i.ii; .ax-ri- until t-ii .. rVnth l;i" t Si.ai.it!i iii-i.v ;.i in Sj- li'a, .tti-ortl tt- :i y.' ''xn.nw !.- trti in W K I Ti t.vrsiiJi ".!!- t Tl.,- Anr.i'-aii "'rtn-H-ttt ..m diitnl.t.tI a wnliiiil :.T ! S.- tn.t. Arrty Airenjn KtHed l.i.. Tr t V'l' "'r r'iri.M. I".-!.-. . r v. :. . N . .t I. l rc?i t ill I : li : rj.l.v.v j .1 .nu ll rUriitr jtw.: r:s- Don't wait until your cold develops Spanish Influenza or pneumonia. Kill it quick. wscarak quinine Btaadard cold remedy far 10 yeere In Ublre f or m eafe. Hire, no opiate break up a cold in 24 boure rclirvet (rip in 3 day. Monty back i f it faila. The genuine boa he a Red top ehtta Mr. HiU'a picture. At All Drua Store. Small Pill Small Dos Small Pric FOR CONSTIPATION hsve stood the test of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, besdache. Indigestion and to deaf up a bad complexion. Genuine bears signature PALE FACES Generally Indicate a lack ot Iron to the Blood Garter's Iron Pills Will help this condition STOPS LA MEN CSS from a Uone Spavin, Ring Done, Splint, Curb, Side Hone, or similar troubles and Rett horse going sound. It sets mildly but quickly and good re sults are luting. Does not blister or remove the hair and hone can be worked. Page 17 in pamphlet with rach bottle telli how. f 2. SO a bottle delivered. Horse Book 9 R Ire. ABSOKBINE, JR., the antiteptic liniment lor mankind, reducei Painful 6welline, En Urged Glands, Went, Bruiei,Varicoie Vcinii bcale Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell tou more If you write. $1.25 a bottle at dealers a- eUfn. Liberal trial koMe tor 10c eumpa IT.r.VOUNO.P.O.P..11(Tsiltt8pHnoald.MlSs. Cuticura Soap Best for Babyl i laa Ve., OtataMtat MVi .T.lcm S&a. Seaple Mik Killed rrae br "Catieura, Deiit. t. Burton.' is a delicious and whole some drink of great food value and absolute - purity. Chocolate and cocoa add tffl flavor a.-vl energy giving material to a J et and their ue will help in many ni in the preparation of ralat able, nourishing dishes from those foods of wbich there ia an abundence." CoolMI of CWr PcJp Sent fn. WALUR B.ISER & CO. Umited OCRCHESTtH MASS. i: li tatnbUarMd 1?M s assess ImsseiiaU Shipcests fct Y3 Htw Sontk Cort Hill .Sj llr Srr1te)f..rsll,-no tTl S.irmb .a prude-'. kn. ,. mpim Hut i t woaf. asnrs cess mu cs. an n. vwa t.hm. S t "flfl f"1" l4'ea far- a'l a' avvv Nu tMiiartt I OIWIS t.'t.. rM4t.h a. a e t'-'mf I t t. -t. wt in- S tiKW, ve t. Jt it" i.r a. f '- ti Mt Biit" IHlMt H. I Mm I, al JatlMla. ItatMlBC. ilnctHMtll, IHiHk I I (howli Tuns Over a New Leaf. HTtTekcjr "1M l-'k v.il io half nf rt.ur work f.-r "ii."" Snut lice: t;ic in t: lViya I.'fe. tttirt mr ttie lent r lh- v Tr eat marrto. Your?.- (. C1resbs, Pelrratlse ess f telsrs lelias Nbinne f.r !uu ncJi 5c::rr Gra-u!a-ttlaI:r.: sandRurvrg Eyes the I --- or KjrbJ; "7 TVx" Aftrr Mmea M.-a nr l-vl n0 ana enif cwta.Vrr. Voe Drvrriet K Maran "S- rmr I i. at J rlarls E.r MemeJy wk. Wbicas . m (Carter X X lllVER fl BAKER'S COCOA -M I w aasj -'