Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 6, 1912 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 6, 1912. \ TOLA DAILY REGISTER Til* Ida Dally Record and f*\e loia Dally Index. tax BE018TEB PUBLISHIXG CO. entered at tbe lola Postofflt^ as Second- Class Matittf. •dVettlslnK Rates Made Known on Appll- catiun. ^ ^SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By carrier in lola, Gas City, Lanyon- vU|e, Cencreto, LaHarpe and Baaaett: Ofte Week ....10 cents one Month 44 cents one Tear jt $6.00 BY MAIL: One Tear. Inside county 13.00 On* Tear, outside county J3.00 ilu! business sbail lidVe an equal chance with e«ery other nsan similarly engaged. \ TELEPHONES: Bnaltteas Office 18 Society Bmorter IS Job and Bindery Dcpi m Official Paper City of BasxetL Offleiai Paper of Allen County. SCRim 'HE. ST. IVKK IU:3S.42. Now it ranie to pnsB. ns (lioy ^v(•^t, that he entered into a certain village; and a -tertaln wonian named Martha received hlin Into her lioiise. And Khe had n ntster culled Mary which also sat at .lenus' feet, and heard his word. But Martha was cumbered about much acrving, and came to him. and said, Lora, dost thou not rare that my BlfiterViath left me to serve alone? bid her therefore that she help me. And Jesus answered and said unto her. Martha. Martha, thou .ire carpful and troubled about many things: But one tiling is needrul: and .Mnry hath chosen that good iiart, which shall not be taken away from her. A>D >0W THE WORLD TRl'-ST. Did you know that there was such an organization as the •"Internatfonal Sugar TTnion?" Well, there is and it held a meeting in Paris the other day. adjourning to meet the last of this month in Brussels. The reason an adjourned meeting was necessary is that the Union was unable at the Dc- cfeinber meeting to agree to the request ot Russia that she be permitted to increase her yearly exportation of sugar. And in that latter statement is found the raison d'aitre of the International Sugar Union. It exists for the purpose of controlling the price of sugar throughout the world. And one of the ways it does this is by limiting the quantity ot sugar that m.-iy be exported In any one year rrbH;^ anyone country. Under the existing agreement Russia is limited io so small an export that she finds her sugar industry seriously handicapped, tli-se things, or Her growers, therefore, came before ycur neighbors demanding them, the Union at its last meeting with a vdu haven't, then the chances are that demand (hat Russia be permitted to r.< ne of the rest of "the people" is Increase her exportation* by 3no,00n di manding ihrm. except llic nvm, as tons. Germany and Austria m:id<' so ilic Gazclto gays, who wants some- vigorous a protest that an agrromont thing for himself and thinlis this la an could not be reached at the last mcci- li -.ay way to pet it. Ing. but it is believed that the Uus-j -p,,^ of „r ,g Bian request will be granted. al least .ry man should do his own think- In some degree, at the approaching u-:. am] not let It be done by some- «TIU: PEOPLE" AND OTHERS. ^VheIlever^ politician wants a thing right bad Oie gets up on the bouse tops and shouts with all his voice that the people are demanding it.—Lawrence Gasette. And it is astonishing how often he succeeds in making the people believe they are demanding things that they never thought about in their lives until the politician began lalk- ''ng about them. The reason is, probably, that a man seldom thinks of himself as "the peo- lile." He might know, if he stopped to think about it, that lie personally, had never "demanded" the ihings the politician tells him about: but he takes without question tbe ronfident assertion that "the pcoplo" are demanding th<"m, understanding thereby, everybody excei 't irV.s if. .N'at- urally he doesn't 'v;i:ii -.n 1 • in hopeless minority, and so by a sort of unconscious cerrb.nlon In- rraches the coticlusicii that sire - inoplo" w;int tli 'si' tlilngH, «li.v, ,,( cnun ;e. ihcy must b.- ririii. ^ Take il\c nciill, (or I'Xii!;'.!'. and the initiative r.iid n l"-; riiOim. Mr. laFolleltf is going abotii iho coiintry those days declaring that "tbe people',' are demanding these "reforms." YOli ;ire one of "the people," you who are reading this paragraph. Did VOf ever demand either of tliese things? Did It ever occur to YOU —uniil you saw the idea suggested in connection Willi some man or group of men whose real motive is the acquisition of power through public otTice.—that the people ought to have a right to recall a public official before the end of the term for which he is elected? Have YOr ever felt that you were not rei)rrsented as any citizen of the {iepublic should be in the Legislature or in Congress, and that for that reason the people should take directly into their own liand.s the power of enacting legislation? A lot of fool- is!i, frantic politicians have been go- in,-; up .^nd down over the country for the past four or five years declaring "we no longer have representative government here in the United States." Had it ever occurred to YOU — you who are reading this—that siicb a direful condition exists, that rrpubiican government, we mean republican form of government had broken down? That is the way to test the declamation of the men who come before you, eKher throupii I lie jiress or on 111' stump, declaring that "the people" demand certain things. Ask your s-^if if Y'OU have been demanding if you have heard If the county attorney aiid the people who bad bought the liiuor which he had sold them through the agency of Mr. Bryan, would find themselves facing a sentence in the county Jail and a heavy fine, while the fee for the prosecution would pass to the pocket of the zealous county attorney. So that this ihrlftv and ingcLlous oPiciul, —always considering that the aforesaid Bryan is telling the truth,—killed three birds with one stone, he made the usual wholesale liquor dealer's prrtit, he made the usual attorney's fees and the established a mighty rep utation as a'reformer by his zealous and successful enforcement of the law. Can you think of anything that would beat it? .1. ESTHER M. CLARK'S ..J. A SATIRDAY SERMON 'A- Protecting the orchards of Kansas from such enemies as the brown tail moth and the gypsy moth is a difficult task so long as a neighboring state doe.s not enforce rigid quarantine measure.«. The only safety lies in a Federal law governing the Imjiorta- t!on cf nursery stock and interstate cnmmerce^n such goods. The NVest- ern .Nurseiymen's Association has appointed a committee of two to go to Washington this week and work for tlie enactment of such a law. Kansas has one member of the cojninlttee, Irofcssor S J. Hunter of the State University.—University .Notes. The former Representative of the Second District framed and had passed Ibrouch the House In the Gist Congress a measure to provide for the Federal inspection of nursery stock in interstate and foreign com- meice, but the bill failed in the gen- al<'. It is very mift-h needed legislation The Chief says hi^ wife declares she is glad Sunday ci)mes only once a week; she thinks slie'd go crazy if she had to stand hira around the house any ofiener than that. And Angeline wonders how she thinks WE stand it. s t Somehow we don't so mucl about pajjcr bag cookery as we did a few days ago; Has everybody adopted it, *o that publicity is no louser necessary, or has evervbody tried it and quit it, so that publicity will do no good? The Register would be clad to print some Reminiscences of Those who Tried it if so b" there he any ^vithin the sound of our voice .Judging by his speeches. Senato' LaFollette is more convinced than ever, since the failure of the Ohio "Progressives" to endorse him for President, that the country is going to the bow-wows. Atchison may fondly imagine lliat throwing the Kansas Natural Gas Company Into the hands of a receiver will fill its mains fuU of gas; but it won't. Y'ou never can heat furnaces with the gMS that-isn't there. Brussels conference. All of which goes to show the futil- •Ity of trying to solve the trust question by attempting to destroy the trusts. There has been no end of talk about the Sugar Trust in the United States but here is an international Sugar Trust which obviously is able to exercise a degree of control over \ • ly else who comes along and tells IKIU to think a certain way. Of all the beautiful, perfectly love- l.v. sclf-cocking, automatic, endless ('i:iin schemes for getting rich, that (iiised by the county attorney of S!:nwnee county leads the procession, theprlce of sugar that our little lo-1 if the sv.orn statement of a certain cal affair could not approach. And the International Sugar Trust is out of our reach. It is not within the jurisdiction of our laws. From its seat in Paris and Brussels it can inquire with impunity, if it cares to go to even that much trouble: "What are you going to dqabout it?" Obviously we c^Id not answer thai (.'. M. Bryan proves to be true. Ac'•-..•liinc: to Mr. Bryan, -vhose profrs- !-\r.ii is that of spotter, h" was ^m- rloyed by the county ritoruey to buy .v!iiskey and beer in wholesale lo'.s wiiich he was to sell at retail to surh buyers as he could find. Then he to report thi' niiines o! thos • >o v.Iiom he had soM rhe iicoze and the question with the word "destroy." | ri!')ber heeled aiirl rigliieous spotters W'e cannot destroy what we cannot j v.oiild prey on ili"f.? n:en and women reach. The only answer that can be : purch.-yJng froi.i tiMin a drink oi' made is that so far as the sale of li'iuor whenever Mity coald be in- sugar in this country is concerned duced to sell.- The followir.:/day-liis every man who wishes to engage injtistimony would 1..; in the hands of The Famous OLamp The Rayo Lamp it the best and most temceaUe lamp you can find for any part of your home. It is in u»e m miHioas of families. Its strong white li^t has made k famous. And it never .flickers. la the dining -room or the pallor the Rtjro prtt jott tita lijht that it mott eJee- b've. It it a b'ccmiji^ lamp— ia tt««li and to you. Jmt tb« lamp, too, for bedroom, or lilyary, wlme a, ilrady tight U needed. The R«vo it m vie oiF »olid bran. nickel-pUtcd: alio So •omaroot odtar rtvle* isd finitkes. EatJy li^iled witbotit renonag tbsda or chimney; eaiy to dcaa andrenrick. Aakyeur dealer Is ^awroaiwliaeo(R*ra kia^:erwri!c{ardacrvtncdrcaWlaura«ncriitU Standard Oil Company (laoorporated) At the rate LaFollette stock is go- ins down, and at the rale no oilier in- siirgeni is looming up ns a Ftandard bearer, it begins to look as if there would be but oiy> name presented to the Republican convention next June. 1 R. Burton vcnturqs the opinion •h .!i Francis J. Heney must have got hia knowlcilge of the Constllutlon of the Unitf-d Si :'teB by ear \judging from hl3 recent Interview in the Kansas City Star. If Senator I-aFoIlette wants to find out Just how "significari" the crowds are that come out to see him. hr might addr°ss one \Villiam Jennings Bryan. Judge Hook must be a pretty ran?y. broad-gauged kind of; a man; the Kan •^as City Journal anil Star are both su>:porting him. .niSEKY FRO.¥ STO-lfACH GOE .S. Indlire<<(ion, Gus, .Sournes.s and Dys. pepsla Yanish and Yon Feel Fine. Every year regularly more than a million; stomach .sufferers in the I'nit- etl States England and Canada take Pape's Dlapepsin. and realize not only immediate, but lasting relief. This harmless jireparation will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour. ga or out-of-order stomach five minutes afterwards. If yoiirjseals don 't fit comfortably or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your -stomach, or if you have iieartturn, that is a si?n of Indiges- t:nn. Get from your pharmacist a .50-cen: cT.^p of Pape's Dlapepsin and take a dose just as scon "as you can. There wil! be no .sour risings no belching of nadisre.stijd food mixed with acid, no s-;oniach gas or heartburn fullness or i 'pavy feeling in the stomach, nausea. deliiUtatlng headaches dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all, go. and. be.sides there will be no sour food left over in-the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. . Pape'.'? Diapeiwin is a certain cure tor out-of-order stomachs, because it takes hold of your food and digests If jiiBt the same as if your stomach wasn't there. ^ Relief In five minutes from all Kfomach jnlsery is waiting for you at aav drug store. The.=e larpe .'0-tent ca.>^es contalr more t!ien sufficient to thoroughly '.are ainio.'t any ca.'^^e of dyspesla. In. digestion or any other stomar)i diff rder. > George Gilbert Bancroft, the p :j.vcliie pid social researcher, haw been en- saged to lecture In this citv Fehriinr- 1st on "Riddles of the Mind." Thi- lecture will probably be j;^ven at oni- of the churches, and w U tie under the au^olces of the V. \V. C. A. and the y. M.C. A. There was once a woman who discovered, afi'-.- she was fifty years old, that she had a latent sense of the Beautiful, and she set'about dcveloif ing it. She had been a teacher of language up to that tiijie, but in some wajc^she became interested in the art of pottery making, and she took up IIK- study of modelling 1n dead earnest. She was a wage earli.-r, and to devote the necessary yenrs to the per- fi 'cting of herself in tjie new line of work, she had to practice the strictest economy. She llverl in n big city, and lieaviii aloiie kndvss v.liat strict economy means uiide^ Huch_ circumstances. It was a tinyirooin she lived in, and bnrren of everylhiiig aug.nest- Ive of the beautiful, r.\vept h<'r n<".'ea- H .iry \.ork !ool8. There wa1< a Hlugle WIIKIOW ill il. througji which slie caught gllui '.'ses of Vwhut daylight coiilil ii !»er through ilti- city's smoke and dirt: and the bed folded up against the wall to ailow her room for a single table and chair. How sli ' lived, moV (!d and ']iad her being In such surroundings >>MS a mystery to hiT friends. Itecau 'se, really . she was a rultured woman who really and truly loved the Beautifuf, and made miicii sacrifice for its sake,—the supreme sacrifice of even the least of li<auty itself. It was a man who called my alien- lion to the fact that fier hats were unsiieakably unbecoming, and that her gowns'.wero not pnly fearfully and wonderfully made, but years and years behind the styhs. And she never seemed to care-J^shc went on working and living meagrely in the tiny room and was as .'happy as tlie ordinary run of us, to all appearances. "It must be," said tie man, "that she is so busy loving'the Beautiful that she forgets to expfess it in herself." And the rest of us wondered! • i I've heard women talk about the "bigness" of men, as it: it belonged peculiarly to men and itovt-r, by any chance, was a womanly virtue. I am willing to allow the men all the bigness th .1t ought to be theirs, but Heaven deliver women from the petti- n<sses of men wlien Ihi'y stoop to petty! Some of the worst o\d hens that ever lived wear trousers. Kvery woman that has cut hVr eye teeth will tell you that. But for ,some reason hat 1 have never fathomed, an olil hen In trousers Is not nearly so formidable as an old hen i^i' petticoats. If he were, some women who work for their living would have thrown up their Jobs long ago. And the woman wiio is onto her Job is gifted in the art of beliig deaf and blind at the "supremo psychological moment." If she has a g^iod memory, she has an equally gooi^ faculty of iorg^tting whaft she is yupposed to forget. Being a really gcod business woman calls for more tiian talent— it requires nothing less than genius. Don't think I'm getting hypercritical (and I hope the linotyplst •(\oesn't mistake this for "hypoctitical"). I iv.ty be but a "puir fecUless body" myself, as the Scotch say,; iu matters of business; but I have -never yet failed to recognize the ability of a woman who can keep things* moving as smoothly as if they had bfen greased, in a business oflice. Evasiveness may be a' matter of diiiiomacy but its mighty close kin to slii>periness. And a spade's a spade for a' that. No woman • ever lived that didn't say, once in' a lifetice, "Did I get the powder on too thick?" or "Does my skirt hang [ill right in he back?" Likewise, no ^omau ever lived that had tliese things asked of her that didn't "slide around with he ease and agility of ,'i baseball •layer making for the have," in answering them. Thi-y're deHcale qiies- ions. mind you. So woni'an can decide for hersi-lf, by snuiniing until she s cross-eyed. Just how <TenIy she has distributed the dabs of povider on her nose; nor can hhe deierm^e by rub'," ring backwards at u. pier glass ivlrJher or no! her skirl liaiius lik I Hci 'iiic railway. And i !ie varyi :i(. oiilnioii of sixi' eii o'lxT v.uhn -ii d(; not end to reassiiri hfv/' llie.-^. I'i.ii,;' Ijer ynlcal aboiii ilie liuilifiiln s-: of lier •.ex. (By Otho C. .Voomaw. Pasior of the Christian Church). "Yoiir Own Way, Your Own Place." At the Cross-scene of the world's tragctly when three men were crucified one of them said "art thou noJ the Christ? save thyself and us. But the other answered and rebuking him said, Dost thou not even fear God, seeing thou are in liie same condem* nation? And we indeed justly; for v.e receive the due reward of our deeds: bnt this man haih done nothing amiss."—Luke i;3:3!i-41. This lesson we have before us for consideration is the story'of the death of three men. .„They came to the dose of life just as you and I will—to die as they had lived. Two of these men bed gone tlieir own way. Tlie other one, God's way—strange isn't it that they should meet here? The one who ailed on Jesus hud no (ailh, (here- fore, no hope In the lifi? beyond and in deiilh he reaclu'd his life's ainL^^The other went liis own way also but saw his mistake and grasped the ho |ie which was held out before hlin 'This day shall Ihou be with nie in Paradise." The other, Jesus Cbrial, died and ilie jeering hosts thonght lluy had won a great victory in pulling him to death. Ah, but He arose from tbe dead! ThlS is the difference in a man's own way and God's way. A man who'is not prepared to die is not prepared to live for in life, tiot in de.itli is the victory. Life and death iiowever, are more closely related than we sometimes think. The deatii of our Lord was no trifle. I sometimes think that art, poe try and music have so glorified the cross of Jesus in their silvery mists that we nearly forp-t its intense re:iJ- ity. We look at it much as we do the soldier who dieb on the batilefied and s.iy, anotlier has fallen. The report: a man has fallen, is one thing and the Good News (Gospel) he lives again is quite another. ,When a soldier dies there are loved* ones bereft, but a great principle is maintained. AVhen Jesus died it was to maintain a great fact—man may live again if he will travel God's way. Tlie loviii.g h.'art of heaven was^o grieved that He. had to hide'His Godly face at lb. ^ceno of this Cross-tragedy. Ji'siis died that men might be saved. The Ci-oss-scene spells Salvation in bold type. If sin ^cre but a fi -ek of dust, a little rosewater would n-tuove il'.< mark and perfume the life, if bul an intellectual twist, phiiosoi>hy , would havo straightened the matter long a.tio :!nd If ignoranc'.' only, eullure would have already i-aiised imii to walk V. ith (;r ;ie • and spc-ak words of wisdom and rhlnl; no evil. So deep seated is sill I hat none of these would reach il. it is in the very life-blood of the race-therefore the llfe-lilood cf heaven was applied lo get at the seal of irpiilile. This e .\|)I:iins th" awfulneas of (he. Cross. The Penitent ThUi. This man went his own way until death. In Ilie hopeless hour he felt _!]ie need of the DIVI.VK. Didn't cost Grace liiiich to save liiin. he would likely pass dirwtiy iiiio the other world. But it tries God's love 10 hear with a man through all liie days ot a long life, in indifi'erence, denyings, unfruitfulness and still love him. This is what God iuid to do for David. He is doing tlie same for all of us. For this we owe him something in return, more tlian lip-service. "What we do sliows what we are. and what We are shows what becomes of U3," says Van Dyke. The .Han. niio Vivnt Ills Own Way. "If ilioii art ihe Christ s:ive thyself and us," said he.' He knf .v reproach only. Jesus had seen sueii men before—men who preferred to ilo their own way. A very clean, well resjiect- ed business man. ycung in years and witli the promise of a life of alt.iin- mcnts and service before iiini, cam? 10 Jesus and asked v.-hat lie should do to inherit enternal life (inheritance! He thought he would .simiily ".vitliout effort fail heir to iti. Do God's way, said Jesus. He said, 1 have kei)? the lav.-. Tiien said the .Master, "mini-iter to the poor." Tliis Your Merest Is Ready All depositors having- accounts in our Savings Department will please present their Pass Books at the, bank, to have the semi-annual INTEREST for the lastjiialf of the year 1911 credited thereon. You can either drav/ this interest in CASH, or have it credited to vour account which will draw B ^i interest, thus making COMPOUND INTEREST.' YOUR INTEREST IS.READY! State Savings Bank Capital $25,000.00" Surplus $2 ,500 .00 3'; Interest Paid on Time or Savings Deposits I "DON'T HURT A BIT"—That is what our patrons say. We do the best dental work at the most reasonable price.s. • Before having your dental work done by others'call upon us. 'VYe are in our LaHarpe ofiices EVERY TIIUKSDAY. ^ onice hours; 8 to 6 Sundays 10 to 12 Evenlnsa 7 to 8 too niV:( il for liiin. He prererr.-ti liis own \>\iy. '1'" went away fion: .lesus. V.Hiere dirl he go? Did you ever think about that? Where do men go who go away from Christ today? (Jod's way is the way of service ai:i! reward. Ho|)e of Hie eierna!— 11., Way Jesus went. Willie that tliii f was so siiibbornly ii :iii"iiiK iliere, and the other thii t had txgL 'ed for mercy and reeeiverl ir .-mt! •he Son o| Goil saying. "It is Kin- ishrd" aiu ,;lier ni::li was eli 'nbl:i;i i!" on III • o'lier .^lile of the eiiy under 'he diirkih'ss »{ the tree.< and wi ;':i loii .'ii ;iesK ;i;id r-tnor.^e in his !ic;;ri; ^a rope in his hand. Seekina God's way, .\0. THE NORTHRUP NATIONAL BANK lOLA, iv.iNS.lS OVER FORTY YE.VKS OF ((l\Si;BV\TIVR R.V>KI>0 IX lOLA Deposilory for the United Stales, State «f Kansas, and Allen County OFFUEKS: L. L.-.\ORTIinUP. I're.-ident D. P. .VORTIIRUP. 2nd V-Pres. K. A. .NOKTIIIUI'. Viee-I'resident .Mi:LVI.\ KRONK. Cashier. \l J. COi'KKV. Assistant Ca.-hier V CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $20,000,00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Safety Deposit Rotes for Bent YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, _iiest ilarket Prices For Hides and Furs. Also i ine Lump Coal for sale I. • if- L. KRUPFS .ir :>K YARD Phono 1^14 WSKVZTVa 1. I { iiesp Yeiw ^.-i jsjse Warm Coal Hods and Coal Stoves /-xes and v/rod itoves Oil Cans and Oil Sieves — Gas Steves Erinham Mi^^d'^are Co- iiad lived. A deceiver, a grafter and j t:-( asures. God prepared this :•- self-willed man v.iio went iiis own way to'his own place. Several years afterward Paul me; a iiiun of similar disposition. The little ireacher told Fel:.\ he not liv- ii.j; right and that his way wn.s a Jipor way without hope or !»ron:ise, e:^ce!)t that of punishment for sins unfor- old rid better liitin man could have p-anned it and he has promised us that he will prepare an eternal dwei- lir.g iilaee for our pleasure. Can't you iiim in this, also? He gave I-.'-, Son who said, "I am the way." }[•• siuj'.ved us God's v.ay and made liie entrance out ot death into' I L 'iven. Feli.\ said "Go thy way," sorm ! I L-'K. Have you that promise? If He had left that way. Seek ins a convenient tTee that-v.-onld in a — Do xutt allow your kidney and bladder t|-ouhl« to doi?^'op yeyoad tlie rearh of njedieine. Take Foley Kidan^^' s'iL^.rrlSrfS ^.^If s^rls-! 'l^^^' ^i^^'^-^^ ^^l" lug promptnesB. friendly manner hold him up by the neck till he could be through with I this miserable life. Judas died as he r.orc convenient day I will ctill tl!< He forgot that God was doing t!i callin.?. It was up to him, to God'.way or his own—he chose to ilo as l!< ileased. Some men today ;!ie (ioiiis; he same thing. Vouns people like to do i'm-lv own v .ny —tliai's natural. Many of tiiem lave given their pure stroii.!; yomj;.; ivis to God—tl'.afs \vi..;doin. 1 leci.': wo of my boflTood elutnis. One ehos" iod'.s way. ihe way of S' rvie • .".iid j :e|f -.=aer ;iie'e. and prejiared liiiii.-.l!' or a Hfe o:' ii .~efuliiess to hiiiiiaMiiy li 'l in liis niilii .'-lry. ;i physii !:iti. .'tt'' i 'Vrral y ars of siKt'vo.sfiil s' r\ ii' onlrae' -i! Ii-ver i -:'.riii;; It^r p.iticms Hid died iis he had lived, for Hi.: Loori •f all and In firm t'hristi:in faitli The oilier tlioil>;lit hi.s ou ii w^iy uab. pleasanter so to eaid isirti. I. ,11 -1 wine feasts .-Hid .-ifd r'.v.i;i; ' ••} .-.I 'tioii. ;;aiiili 'iir: !!'>;•,:; Itl.-iees :in(l finally wliil.- itili >xie :iiii; j lost his life-- di -d as lie !iad II. .d. I Ced'i vtiv i.i the his- tur .'on. Wu v^nt freedom, here it is. You I 'V'- fer the truest of assoeiates. h"r'' ih.y are to be found. You v.i^h a !ii. siiggestU.- of hf Ipfuhn i.^ t(, o 'lieri.: because yen know tliar nal friendships are better assets than gold. Here is your opportunity 19 la;^ up r; t. why not. Remember the great ei .i .rion call for manhood today—is it ove par—get in the great movemenr ai .ionc; men for your fellows. Be ones the lifters instead of pan of the li .;d. There are so many spots in 1-; i .s old world that need masculine i.'.idi. won't you lijiliten that spot in y<.iir own life :ind then lift the other, f: How? This is God's way, not mine, rot yours. (ilV.o;. |{. SPK.VCKU i (O. (a VHAXTEES HYOMLI l!' yon really mean that you want ;•! e every liit of eatarrh from iio.-e ami tliroal why riot try a .•i'.>;i!)!e remedy ih;;t is guaranteed to :i ;wsli eatarr!-. or money btiek. It y-M! alrei'.dy own "a little hnnl (,! 1 iiV<).\u;i inhaler you can bii> hotile i .f HVO.MKI (pronounce it 'iL -'i -n :r I to,- m^y ."id cents. If yoii r ^i not <in :i a ;i inhaler ;:>^k for coni- Mul \\(irr,i ' I'le'e liVON!!',! oiiitlt wliifh contaiiiv : 11 iiiliajer thi '-i will eo.^l you $1.0(1. 'Men !,p:ith'- IIYO.MEI and get rid •f c;iiar!-h; reli :r eonies in five niln- e-: a <lay's treattuenl will make 1)11 h.|.)py a week's treatment and •i:'!ffles. I'iicous and hawking go- rot her -.."ek and good-bye to ca- •.u-i'i. T'y it today on money back hill. Sold by I'hns. H. Spenqer & Co. r.nd druggjr.ts everywhere. - —Watch for J. L. Adamson's Big Dairy Sale. --

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