The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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CHAMPION OF 3-CENT STREET
RAILWAY FARE SUCCUMBS
TO LONG ILLNESS.
VAIL FOR REGULATION AS WELL
SAYS BOTH HERE TO STAY
IN THE VERNACULAR.
Crushed His Health and Spirit—Suc-
cess Came After Long Fight In
Cleveland Only After He
Had Been Repudiated
at the Polls.
A trial package of Munyon's Paw Paw Cle\eland, O. Tom L. Johnson, i
Pills will he sent free to anyone on re- : twice congressman from the Twenty- J
quest. Address Professor Munyon, 63d & first Ohio district, four times mayor J
Jefferson St ., Philadelphia, P . If you are | of Cleveland, champion of the three
in need of medical advie. do not fail to | rent gtre,.t trallwa>. fHre am, (eftdlllR I
write Professor Munyon. i our commum- , «. . . .. . .. i
cation will he treated in rtrict confidence, ! "locate of the single tax theory of |
Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia.
f«w week*computes ;pract
■ donated; t>oaltl<
wiiki'K while irarntnir, dlplo-
tnanirmnt«"1. Hrh waneSrutein
of ltarber <"'>11 rifen. 71* K.1)oub-
la. < Ave., wii-hlta. Kan.,Ill E.
flth ti*-, Topeka, kan.
land he sold his Indianapolis traction
1 holdings and acquird control of the
| Detroit car lines, and It was then he
I first proposed the three cent fares.
| The citizens of Detroit, however, re
| jected his proposition that they buy
his road and establish that rate of
51 Thompson's Ey Wat«r
District Attorney J. F. Clarke of
New York was talking about the re-
cent kidnaping cases.
"Kidnapers," he said, "are apt to I
disappear now. They have become i
too unpopular. Why, a kidnaper is as
unpopular as a widower.
"Widows, now, are very attractive,
but about a widower there Is always
something uncanny, something almost
clammy—I mean, of course, from the I
matrimonial point of view.
"I know a widower who Is thinking
of marrying again. He thought he'd
broach the matter delicately the other
morning to his little daughter, so he
" 'Ah, my dear, how I did love your
"But the little girl gave him a sus-
picious look and snapped:
'"Say "do," not "did," papa.'"
fare, and he retired from Detroit.
I He also entered into the steel man-
ufacturing business at Johnstown. Pa.,
Moxham, Pa., and Ixiraln, O. These
interests he successfully disposed of
j and when in 1900 he sold his Brooklyn
I traction line he was left free of busl-
i ness cares. He returned to Cleveland
! and In April, 1901, was elected mayor
I on a platform which promised univer-
sal three cent fares.
After a fight with the street car
company, which lasted until 1908, and
through four years, in which he was
triumphant, the Cleveland traction
lines passed Into the hands of the
Municipal Traction company. After
six months' trial of operation at three
cents the people at a referendum elec-
tion voted out the franchise and the
municipal company passed into the
hands of a receiver, where ii remain-
ed until February, 1910. *
No Excuse at All.
N. C. Goodwin, the comedian, was
condemning a new comedy at a dinner
In New York.
20 Drown When Ship Capsizes.
i Victoria, B. C.—It Is believed 20
| live swere lost when the little wooden
. steamer Iroquois, plying between Syd-
| ney, Van Couver Island and the Is-
lands of the Gulf of Georgia, was cap-
. sized soon after leaving Sydney today.
| The purser, who had a record of
' fares collected, is among the dead and
"Its climax," he said, "Is false and It is not likely that the exact number
unsatisfactory—as false and unsatis-
factory as Rowndar's excuse.
"On Rowndar's return at a very late
hour, his wife said reproachfully:
"'You used to vow I was the sun-
shine of your life, but now you stay
out night after night.'
" 'Well, my love,' said Rowndar, 'I
don't ask for sunshine after dark.'"
Mother—Did you paint the table?
Father—Yes, I gave it a coat and
two pairs of trousers.—Harper's Ba-
To see how the little
Sweet, crisp bits of pearly
white com, rolled and
toasted to an appetizing
"The Memory Lingers"
POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ltd..
Battle Creek, Mich.
that perished will ever be known.
Four passengers and seven members
of the crew were saved and four mem-
bers of the crew and probably sixteen
passengers were drowned.
1,576,064 Acres Withdrawn.
Washington, D. C.—New Mexico
lands aggregating 1,576,064 acre*
were withdrawn today from all forms
of disposition by President Taft on the
recommendation of Secretary of the
Interior Fisher, pending a field exam-
ination and classification as to their
value. Facts already gahered by the
geological survey indicates that these
lands contain valuable mineral de
posits. They are in northwest New
I am a profound disbeliever in phys-
iognomy. Features are false wit-
nesses. Stupidity frequently wears a
mask of intelligence. I know busi-
ness men who look like poets and
poets who look like business men.
Men of genius invariably look like
idiots, and if you pick out the man
who looks most eminent In a party
you are sure to find he Is a nobody.
I always distrust men who look mag-
nificent. Nature Is a stingy creature.
She seldom gives a man the double
gift of being great and looking great.
She took care to lame Byron and de-
form Pope and disfigure Johnson. But
the crowning example of her Jealous
parsimony Is 8hakespeare. I have al-
ways been disappointed with Shakes-
peare's face. It does not live up to
Mexico just south of the Colorado I po€try lB dull, heavy and
line, and in close proximity to the
j coal lands.
Youths Held for Murder.
j Oklahoma City, Okla.—Albert Helf-
I enstlne and Charles Ireland, two boys
| of Dayton. Ohio, arrested here follow-
ing a series of hold-ups, were today
held on the charge of murder as the
result of the death of John Rebel, a
butcher who was shot in the hand
when he rpslsted a\i attempt to rob
! his shop February 25. Blood poison-
ing set in and after an illness of sev-
j eral -weeks. Rebel died, an internal
, hemorrhage being given as the direct
cause. When arrested, the boys plead'
ed guilty to robbery.
monplace.—Adventures in London.
Rebels Poisoned Provisions.
I Mexicali, Mexico.—Colonel Mnvot,
I commander of the federal forces oper-
ating in this vicinity, caused to be
j burned today all provisions abandoned
I by Stanley Williams; filibustering
' American band after the fight of Satur-
! day. According to survivors of the
j latter's force, Mayot's suspicion that
that the food was poisoned was well
| founded. One guerrilla said today
I that enough cyanide had been mixed
| with the flour to have killed the en-
Vegetable Fancy Work.
Little Mrs. Bride had almost every-
thing to learn about housekeeping, but
she was so enthusiastic in her interest
that every one was glad to help her.
, "I have some particularly fine as-
paragus," the marketman told her one
day, und he displayed a bunch for her
admiration. "Picked not three hours
ago," he added.
Mrs. Bride looked at it with unaf-
"Does it grow like that?" she asked.
"I always supposed the cook braided
the ends of 1L"—Youth's Companion.
"Green's wife is a suffragette, Isn't
"Yes, and Green says he wouldn't
mind that so much If she didn't always
act as though it is his fault she can't
Frank Recognition of Public Rlflhts
by the President of Western
Union and Telephone
HIS DEFEAT WEIGHED HEAVILY _ bll ,
Public regulation of public service
corporations baa come to stay.
ought to have come and it ought to
stay. That is the ilat and unequivocal
assertion of Theodore N. Vail, presi
dent of both the American Telephone
and Telegraph company and the
Western Union Telegraph company
It came In the form of his annual re-
port to the seventy thousand stock
holders of the two great corporations
Although Mr. Vail's advocacy of full
publicity in connection with the affairs
such concerns was well under-
stood, nobody in financial circles had
anticipated so frank an avowal
full public rights in the shaping of
their general conduct. It came conse-
t quently as a surprise, not only be-
and your ca*e will l e diagnosed as care- the late Henry George, died here at ! cause of its novelty and squareness,
fully as though you had a personal inter- 8:45 o clock tonight after a long ill- but also on account of the unqualified
acquiescence of a board of directors
comprising such eminent and conserv-
ative financiers as Robert Winson of
Kidder, Peabody & Co.. and Henry L.
Higginson of Boston. Henry p Davi-
son of J. P. Morgan & Co.; Senator
W Murray Crane, George F. Baer, T.
Jefferson Coolldge Jr., Norman W.
Harris. John I. Waterbury and others
President Vall's declaration is her-
alded as the first recognition by those
in high corporate authority of the Jus-
tice of the demand that the public
be regarded as virtual partners in all
matters that pertain to the common
welfare. He goes directly to the
"Public control or regulation of
public service corporations by perma
nent commissions." he says, "has
come and come to stay. Control, or
regulation, to bo effective means pub
licity; it means semi-public discus
sion and consideration before action;
it means everything which is the op-
posite of and inconsistent with effe<
tlve competition Competition ag
presslve, effective competition- means
strife. Industrial warfare; It means
contention; It oftentimes means tak-
ing advantage of or resorting to any
means that the conscience of the con-
testants or the degree of the enforce-
ment of the laws will permit.
"Aggressive competition means
duplication of plant and investment.
The ultimate object of such competi-
tion Is the possession of the field
wholly or partially; therefore It
means either ultimate combination on
such basis and with such prices as
will cover past losses, or it means
loss of return on investment, and
eventual loss of capital. However It
results, all costs of aggressive, un-
controlled competition are eventually
borne, directly or indirectly, by the
public. Competition which is not ag-
gressive, presupposes co-operative ac-
tion, understandings, agreements,
which result in general uniformity or
harmony of action, which, in fact, is
not competition but is combination,
unstable, but for the time effective.
When thoroughly understood It will
be found that "control" will give
more of the benefits and public ad-
vantages, which are expected to be
obtained through such ownership, and
will obtain them without the public
burden of either the public office-
holder or public debt or operating
"When through a wise and Judi-
cious state control and regulation all
the advantages without any of the
disadvantages of 6tate ownership
are secured, state ownership Is
"If Mr. Vail Is right." says Harper's
Weekly, in a concise summing-up,
"then it seems pretty plain that we
are entered upon a new era in both
economics and politics. And it is high
time we did If evolution is to sup-
plant revolution as an efficient force
in the development of civilization."
Munyon's Paw Paw I'ills are unlike
all other laxatives or cathartics. They
coax the liver into activity by gentle
methods. They do not acour, they do
not gripe, they do not weaken, but they
do start all the secretions of the liver
and stomach in & way that soon puts
these organs in a healthy condition and
corrects constipation. In my opinion
constipation in responsible for most ail-
ments. There are 20 feet of human
bowels, which is really a sewer pipe.
When this pipe becomes clogged the
whole system becomes poisoned, caus-
ing biliousness, indigestion and impure
blood, which often produce rheumatism
and kidney ailments. No woman who
suffers with constipation or any liver
ailment can expect to have a clear
complexion or enjoy good health. If
I had my way I would prohibit the sale
of nine tenths of tho cathartics that are
now being sold for the reason that they
soon destroy the lining of the stomach,
setting up serious forms of indigestion,
and so paralyze the bowels that they re-
fuse to act unless forced by strong
[Munyon's Paw Paw Pills are a tonic
to the stomach, liver and nerves. They
invigorate instead of weaken; they en-
rich the blood in8tead of Impoverish
it; they enable the stomach to get all
the nourishment from food that is put
These pills contain no calomel, no
dope; they arc soothing, healing and
stimulating. They school the bowels
to act without physic.
Regular size bottle, containing 45 pills,
Munyon's Laboratory, 53d &
ness. He was 57 years old
Tom L.. Johnson once referred to
himself in a political address as "a
stormy petrel." and this metaphor
aptly described him and indicated the
course of his career. From the time
he entered the offices of a Lousvllle
street railway company as a boy of
15, until his defeat for a fifth term as
mayor of Cleveland on November 2,
1909, he was ever in the center of
some storm, political or financial.
He often said that It was thus that he
enjoyed himself best.
Johnson was born in Georgetown,
Ky., July 18, 1854. He was christened
Thomas Loftin, but he always pre-
ferred to call himself Tom L., and so
he was known from boyhood- He
started work In a Louisville traction
office and when still a youth secured
sufficient backing and bought a con-
trolling interest in the Indianapolis
street railways. In the '80s with his j
brother Albert he came to Cleveland ;
and became Interested In the street
car systems here and assisted In a |
partial consolidation of them.
He became director In the Cleve-
land Electric Railway company and in
1891 was elected a member of con- '
gresS from the Twenty-first Ohio dis-
trict, serving two terms as a "single i
taxer." When he was defeated as a !
candidate for a third term he went to ;
New York, disposing of the Nassau
street railway line in Brooklyn.
While negaged In business In Cleve-
The Bitters is a boon to
those in convalescence—
when a tonic and strength
maker is needed.
Try it and see.
X word to Ihe wise is sufficient.
First Tragedian—Ah! deahboy! The
chance of my life came last night.
Izzacstein offered me thirty shillings
a week to play Hamlet. The contract
was drawn up, he lent me his foun-
tain pen to sign with, when
Second Tragedian You woke up!
First Tragedian—Damme. How did
Second Tragedian—By the salary,
my pippin. I've dreamed like that
ITCHED SO COULD NOT SLEEP
"I suffered from the early part of
December until nearly the beginning
of March with severe skin eruptions
on my face and scalp. At first I
treated it as a trivial matter. But
after having used castile soap, medi-
cated washraga, cold cream, vanish-
ing cream, etc., I found no relief what-
ever. After that I diagnosed my case
as eczema, because of its dry, scaly
appearance. The Itching and burning
of my scalp became so intense that I
thought I should go mad, having not
slept regularly for months past, only
at intervals, waking up now and then
because of the burning and itching of
my skin. Having read different tes-
timonials of cures by the Cuticura
Remedies, I decided to purchase a box
of Cuticura Ointment and a cake of
Cuticura Soap. After using them for
a few days I recognized a marked
change in my condition. I bought
about two boxes of Cuticura Ointment
and five cakes of Cuticura Soap in all,
and after a few days I was entirely
free from the itching and burning.
My eczema was entirely cured, all
due to using Cuticura Soap and Oint-
ment dally. Hereafter I will never
be without a cake of Cuticura Soap on
my washstand. I highly recommend
the Cuticura Remedies to anyone suf-
fering from similar skin eruptions and
hope you will publish my letter so
that others may learn of Cuticura
Remedies and be cured." (Signed)
David M. Shaw, care Paymaster, Pier
55, N. R., New York City, June 2, 1910.
Cuticura Remedies sold everywhere.
Send to Potter Drug & Chem. Corp.,
Boston, for free book on skin and
Rooster—Your wife's laying for you!
Drake—Gee! I guess I'll duck.
MADE HIS ESCAPE IN TIME
Metaphors of Millionaire Found No Re-
sponse in the Breast of the
The millionaire accepted the farm-
er's cordial invitation to ride, and with
much scrambling gatued a seat on top
of the hay.
"My good man," said the millionaire,
patronizingly, "this swaying, rolling,
sweet-scented divan is a couch upon
which I could win slumber and be Ir-
resistible to the arms of Morpheus
whenever I courted sweet sleep."
The farmer stiffened. "I'll hear no
more of your talk; I'm a respectable
married man, an' I'll ask you where
you're goln' so I can avoid the place."
Dreamily the millionaire smiled.
"I'm getting back to Mother Nature,
who has been outraged and abused by
me for years; I am a broken man,
and she will forgive me and bring me
back to health."
The farmer stopped the team and
pulled a three-tlned pitchfork from
the brace socket—but his passenger
was gone.—Success Magazine.
TRAIN LOAD AFTER
TRAIN LOAD OF
ARE GOING TO CENTRAL CANADA.
The question of reciprocal trade re-
lation* between the United States and
Canada ha« provoked considerable
discussion and interest. Whatever
else the discussion may have done, it
has brought out the fact that on the
Canadian side of the line the agri-
cultural situation is one that forces
attention, and it has also brought forth
the fact which it is well to face, that
on the American side of the border,
there is a vastly increasing popula-
tion to be fed with a somewhat de-
creasing proportion of food products.
This article is intended to point out
to those who may wish to become of
those who can raise wheat, oats, bar-
ley, flax, cattle and hogs at the least
cost that th opportunities in Central
Canada are what they are seeking.
During tho past year the official tig
ures show that upwards of 130,000
Americans located In Canada, and the
greatest majority of these have settled
on farms, and when the time comes,
which it will within a few years, they
will be ready to help serve their par-
ent country with the food stuffs that
its Increasing population will require.
The immigration for the spring has
now set In in great earnest, and train
load after train load of a splendid
class of set tiers leave weekly from
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago, De-
troit. St. Paul and other points. Most
of these are destined through to points
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
berta. Tho reports that come from
the different farming district* there
are that the spring Is opening up well,
and the prospects for a splendid crop
this year are very good. In some dis-
tricts good homesteads are yet avail-
able. The price of all farm lands has
naturally had an Increase, but it is
still away below Its earning capacity.
The Immigration branch of the Domin-
ion Government has Just published Its
1911 illustrated pamphlet, which may
be secured on application to the De-
partment of the Interior, Ottawa,
Canada, or any of the agents of tho
Dominion Government, whoso adver-
tisement may appear elsewhere in this
WHAT DID HE MEAN?
City Man—Grow all your own vege-
tables, I suppose?
Farmer Grouch—Most of 'em. We
get some cabbage heads from the city.
Will Be World Representation.
When the International Congress on
Tuberculosis meets at Rome next
September, representatives or over
thirty national and provincial asso-
ciations organized to light tubercu-
losis will be present. Among the as-
sociations %w hich will bo represented
are the United States. Canada. Cuba,
Trinidad, England, Wales, Ireland,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Russia,
Germany, Belgium, Holland, France,
Switzerland, Portugal, Italy, Greece,
Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria, New Zea-
land. Japan. Cape Colony, Argentina,
Brazil, Chile, Newfoundland. Rou-
manla, Uruguay and Venezuela.
He Might Have Earned a Vote.
Little Johnnie stood gazing solemn-
ly on the decrepit form of an old
countryman. Noticing the boy's at-
tention the old man asked: "Well,
what is it, son?"
"Say," the Inquisitive youngster
asked, "did the politicians kiss you
when you was a baby?"—Success
This is the name of the greatest of all
remedies for Distemper, Pink Eye, Heave,
and the like among all n«es of horses. Sold
by Druggists, Harness Makers, or bend to
the manufacturers. $.50 and $1.00 a bottle.
Agents wanted. Rend for free book. Spohn
Medical Co., Spec. Contagious Diseases,
Please Read These Two Letters.
The following letter from Mrs. Orville Rock will prove how unwtat
it is for women to submit to the dangers of a surgical operation when it
may avoided by taking Lydia K. lHnkhain's v egetable Compound.
She was four weeki in the lioNpitul und canio home suffering
worne than before. Then after all that suffering Lydia K
huin'a Vegetable Compound restored her health.
here is iieh own statement.
Paw Paw* Mich, — "Two years I snffere<|
very severely with it displacement I could not
1>« on my feet tor ti long time. My physician
treated me for several months without much re-
lief, und nt lust sent me to Ann Arbor for an op-
eration. 1 was there four weeks arid came homo
suffering worse than before. 31 y mother ad-
vised me to try l.,ydla K. l'inklin m's Vegetable
Compound, and 1 did. To-day 1 aiu well end
strong and do all my own housework. I owe my
health to Lydtu K. IMnkham's Vegetable Com-
pound and advise every woman who Is afflicted
with any female complaint to try It." — Mrs.
Orville Rock, It. It. No. 5, Paw Paw, Mich*
M There never was a worse case."
Itockport, Ind. —** There never was a worse ease of woman's
Ills than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered.
For over two years I was not able to do anything. I was in heel
for a month and the doetor said not bin *
cure me. ftf
fully, no I am able to travel, ride horseback, take long rides and
never feel any ill effects from It. 1 can only ask other suffering
until and the doctor said nothing but an operation would
e. My father suggested Lvdht E, Plnkliam's Vegetabio
und; so to please him I took it, and I Improved wonder-
I am able to travel, ride horseback, take long rides and
never iecl any ill effects from It. I can only ask other suffering
women to give Lydla K. Pink hum's Vegetable t ompound a trial
before Huhmlttlnir to an operation." — Mrs. Margaret Meredith*
It. F. I). No. ^ Itockport, ind.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to
us that these letters aro not genuine and truthful—or that either o/
these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the
letters aro published without their permission, or that the original
letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited.
For .10 year* Lydla E. Pink ham's Vegetable
Compound lias been the standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medieine.
Made exelusivelv froiu roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
h*rMJs Mrfl. Plnkliam Invites all sick women
BWF to write her for advice. she has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. i'iiikhaw, Lynn, Mass.
How Sea Birds Drink.
Under the headline. Where Do They
Get Water? n writer In the Young
Folks' Catholic Weekly says: "When
I was a cabin boy I often used to
wonder, seeing birds thousands of
miles out to sea, what they did for
fresh water when they, were thirsty.
One day a squall answered that ques-
tion for me. It was a hot and glitter-
ing day in the tropics, and in the clear
sky overhead a black rain cloud ap-
peared all of a sudden. Then out of
empty space over a hundred sea birds
came darting from every direction.
They got under the rain cloud, and
waited there for about ten minutes,
circling round and round, and when
the rain began to fall they drank their
fill. In the tropics, where the great
sea birds snll thousands of miles away
from shore, they get their drinking
water in that way. They smell out a
storm a long way off; they travel a
hundred miles maybe to get under It,
and they swallow enough raindrops to
keep them going."—New York Trib-
Grouch 8till With Him.
When Brown died he left an old
friend living, by the name of Jones,
who always had a grouch. After
Brown had been In heaven some time,
he met Jones Just coming through the
gate, and as the newcomer did not
look as happy and contented as he
should, Brown asked him what was
the matter. "Well," Jones said, "I
got my feet wet coming across the
river Styx and caught a nasty cold,
broke my left wing and have to carry
it in a sling, and my halo don't lit
worth a darn."
"Were you born with that stam-
"No; I acquired It in trying to pro-
pose to a rich girl."—Washington Her-
PUT YOUTH ON HIS GUARD
Evidently Recital of Romances Lonu
Passed Made No Appeal to His
"Charles," said a sharp-voiced wom-
an to her husband In a railway car*
rlage "do you know that you and I
once had a romance in a railway car*
"Never heard of It," replied Charles
In a subdued tone.
"I thought you hadn't; but don't yoti
remember, it was that pair of slippers
I presented to you the Christmas be-
fore we were married that led to our
union? You remember how nicely
they fitted, don't you? Well, Charles,
one day when we were going to a pi<v
nic you had your feet upon a seat,
and when you were not looking 1 tools
your measure. But for that pair of
slippers I don't believe we'd have ever
A young uninnrrled man sitting bf
immediately took down his feet from
the seat.—Ideas Magazine.
An Ambassador's Nose.
An ambassador to Russia, formerly
a leather merchant in this country,
discovered certain secret processes re-
garding a special kind of leather man-
ufactured there. He would have been
looked on with suspicion had it been
suspected that he could learn any-
thing of these methods. But during
his sojourn he got near enough to cer-
tain factories to register, through his
sense of smell, some impressions with
which he was able to work out the
formulas when he returned home.—
I.ADIKS CAN WEAR SIIOFS
on® aire binaller after lining A linn's Foot- Kbm, th«
AuUseptlc powder to bo shaken into tho thoes. It
makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Ot*es rest «n<l
comfort. Refute iub$titutri. For FHKH trial
package, address A lieu 8. Olinntftd, J* Hoy, N. V.
There is an ancient saying, famous
among men, that thou shouldst not
Judge fully of a man's life before he
dleth, whether It should be called
blest or wretched.—Sophocles.
Eye Salvo In Aieptln Tuhrs
Prevents Infection—Murine Eye flalva
In rubes for all Eye Ills. No Morphine
Ask Druggists for New Slz.- 2f c. Val-
uable Eye Book In Each Package.
The pleasure of love is In loving.
We are happier In the passion we feel
than In what we inspire.—Francis Due
Indication of Wisdom.
"Why do they call the owl the bird
"It stays out all night and doesn't
tell what It sees or does."—Judge.
You nre not treating yourself or your
fsmily fairly if you don't keep Hamlina
Wizard Oil in the house. It's the l .Ht
*ub*titute for family doctor and a inighty
good friend in ease of emergency.
Why quarrel over religions when all
men agree—all men, that Is, at the
same grade of intellect?
Customer—Have you got the latest
Clerk—No; but here's something
Just as bad.
Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets rejulats
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take
Away with these cemeteries of
stone; they are indecent; let me fads
Into the anonymous grass!
Garfield Tea assists overworked digestive
organs, corrects constipation, cleanses the
system and rids the blood of impurities.
A woman who has a nose for news
usually has a chin for telling it
Bniokers like Lewis' Single Binder ciga?
for its rich mellow quality.
A man doesn't have to be a deteo
tlve in order to find fault.
Vagaries of Finance.
"I understand you have paid the !
mortgage off your place."
"Yep," replied Farmer Corntossel.
"Then why do you complain of hard
"All the neighbors have done the
same thing. That leaves me with
money on my hands that nobody
wants to borrow."
IP YOU USE BALL BLUE,
Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 02. package only b cents.
An Institution must be propped up
by precedent when it is no more up
lifted by sap.
FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD
PERSON'S BOWEL TROUBLE
"I wonder," said the Sweet Young
Thing, "why a man Is always so
frightened when he projKJses?"
"That," said the Chronic Bachelor,
"Is his guardian angel trying to hold
him back."—8tr .y Stories.
Mrs Wlnslnw'q Bootbtnir Ryrnp fnr Children
teething. imfteiiM the iruaiM. reduces Inflamm*
tiou, uilays palu, cures wind colic, &>c u boitie.
The better you behave the better
you'll get along. Now, try it.
Take Garfield Tea to overcome constipa-
tion, cleans eysiein and maintain health.
The proper time to do a thing is
when it should be done.
One of ths most remarkable proofs of
the unusual laxative merit contained In
I>r. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is that it Is
effc tlve not only In people In the prime
of life, but at the extremes of ages. As
many letters are received from mothers
regarding the cures of children, as from
men and women of sixty, seventy and
eighty years of age. It must bo truly a
In the euro of constipation and bowel
trouble In old people It has no equal. It
corrects the constipation, dispels the head-
ache, biliousness, gas. drowsiness after
eating, etc. People advancing In years
should Bee to It that their bowels move
freely, and If they do not to take Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup I'epsln. You can pro-
long your life by healthy bowel actios.
1 b iced bowl I ■ Invite disease. Women
about to pass the menstrual period cannot
do better than u^ Syrup P« psin several
times a we( i; until the system has set-
tled to Its future condition.
Among tli strongest supporters of Or.
Caldw«-U'a Syrup Pepsin are Air. W. Q.
Zorn of New l>ecatur, Ala., and Mr.
George S. Spaulding of tho National Sol-
diers' Home, Kansas, both elderly men.
The regular size bottles can be bought of
any druggist at fifty cents and one dol-
lar, but a free sample bottle can bo had
by sending your address to the doctor.
For the free sample address Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 201 Caldwell building, Monti-
"What do you think of Mrs. Gam-
mon's Ideu of keeping Lent condi-
"Judging from my experience of her,
I think it Is In never returnlug any-
thin* she borrow*."
leoiute of tnoae ugly, grizzly, gray halrg
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