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STERLING. ILLINOIS. MONDAY, NOV. 30.1916, !K FALLS DAILY GAZETTE'FINDS IT HARD WORK PALLS, ILLINOIS, >,f'NDAY. NOV. 20, 1916. tllRAl SERVICE SIX O'CLOCK DINNER jfc C'vl Me!d LiS'geiy : *^ r - And Mr». Geo. Sheldon And F t am- ^j. . f ((. v , i'y Entertained A*. O:nntr. Margaret Has .Her Hands Full Trying To Undcrstond the London English. f TAMPJCO NEWS CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY J Rt «•>!'.' - (iltwrtrtift*- f'.'- th<> I • •• lurn. I i frank fn i . ntul Wrns -I'lo (•«"„! rtfr f> '• '.''•'-1 BIRTHS |<jjtn ,! ! Tl AUTO TRIP. ,.n!. ji.jv'v 1THOOIST SERVICES tunitien Service Oh»erv*d—Large Attendance At S. S. HUNTING TRIP. Kiini- ,!> u i .i. n. •/;< lit.'!! tlliS IlliirnilU nt <ni'. AUTO TRIP. ! M:.-: \V. 3. V tu n r, Ni' i::n<-t Mtiwrrr .-ITU) M^ i-i>il !n MtiiTl^nM atiil 'Tin CHURCH. <'hrfstmti ctturrli Tlxr.' win- It* .i t (•• in .>!,) r y < hiM HP-'! W ti ITI.'Ul i.M.l v -i|!iij;ht -i iran. l-.'ru:., ,, \\V llfll t!l!> f-'rr-'iirh. :tthl CHRISTIAN •! i ji-i-M -1! ()H CHICKENS STOLEN TJl»ni«» Howe Near Stones 8»cond Occur.ince. tin '|'l:ir- ROCK FALLS BRIEFS fif-ur Stttnt M Mint ion, had fifty Hil«-fci>n«i M>!I n jtc«*nd tim«> wMhln 111' 1 tli,if tin" !'•<« <« «'iirrnl. tlrl" 1 ' 1 i-hi< k< n« (ti>. .1! ilii* fiw' fionv« f«"« N hi" I""" In nithtT DANCING PARTY -—* n By Sophomore CUt* In Woodman Hall Saturday. Bophomore tl.is>» of the Iflgh finve n dun-lug p.iitv S.iturd'-»y Jn the \\iHidman hall, lirain- tWo-pIe«'C> ure^entm furnished 1C. were about (oil-* Doling peo- l Mr. and .Nfrw. A. 1!. NVllM-n IIH ftn«, pr«'Hent nnd all enjoyed n OPENINGJIiGHT Iiil'».'.-H«1l Will Ba Tuesday.. Evening. hall, whi.-li tho olltrial Of th« MethodlM church Iww tot the youiw pe«>plc, « III have night Tuemluv. younif people of the city are C<mM* nnd luue a KIMH! time. Mi«t !t»K\le St« iiiciiln, II!. ihi.i ni \\itllntn Kuril", nf l \ ciU'iii lii't'i- ', ith I'i i tji'iift?!' Annilitrs, nf ur a v!,«it, lfMili, P\,< -nt lawt 'iiili, .!«inro!,i, ('f rtitit«i' in olltrr rnnhHi'"-'..if In Ip-: i bit wht-n you don't ,«|i«-:ik' tin 1 n.ilivc ffrncii" f'i tri-«i!'-iilat<> wildly and t;ilk wHh your hands. You i-;ui'f h.'irnl nil! an\-thintr lik'- Oils In .London .thotiuh and (,'i-t n way With (I indfi-d your dandy effort's aloiu; Un-.^c litiv?« art' .'(II lather pi-:ltW4 the teTi-ie-1 ttt watei lily-: - j-'ri' to Hi" f'l.'i'^' •• i in! h, HM|-kins», nia ti-hfl and- t I <nn!>. Kit Lillian I!..!!<•!/)> l.iini, Martha I i-iii-i 1 Hiowti. ! ''• llciii-y K"ll>, i; Uubfi! I'.utty, .MiTfilltli. thf> i ihl.'ill-* W'l'*' « - Ss f»-t in ;) iiripi«r His- rili!<oni» wf-nt il f:i\i.it!». I'.-ljM-r and jdat>M w-n- • ll.C.li»-d it-» ).!•'•(. !J5 wsts i'r*-''-i 1 '** 1 ' "ii KS and Iray fn»in lid fSI)» W<t(.,Mf|ll - filt'tlll, I. k, ( !ct t ! fl'.il' (il.'IFH- -•t!!. L'tht-I 1'ioxv. Klor- -,ui Sip!" I. I'-'-lf K:irt, U.ir !!r«'cil, .lotin and i'lydt 1 and (Iriirj'r 1 After "i-veral de.ajierat" lephniii- «'iiiiver.*ittltini «r«-el yi>u with "Al'<- ynh ha\e <i weak snrt i>f f' ei haps y<ni nien't till there The ni her day I Went attem'pl!» at \vht u,- .they Iheri-V" you tiK that per- after all, ut I'hiipplnt;. home, A pad know, < k in her a I (hi- h«>rne of H, f.,. Mi, If r«>«»<IW<* »'»«' l) °y* will play fan the oponlimr evening. BIRTHDAYPARTY <!rant 1,-itxli? rp<-»it ii'tri!-* in Mori isiiti. Hi'!! I.«-l'i v»r, . uln.) inday with II.IH lieen very '!al< llarnltliniii irt in»vliut from hlw li.iliif nil avi !itn< A to :v new resident e In lh«- Kvl^ey flatH. Xc\vt<in Mnwrt-r Ii rnntined to hi* h'Hiii' •nil :tt C'liint nf piekn''H);. ,Mr« John Iteddfii, nf Clinton, fii*>nl Hnndav hdf with friend*. .J'llif, I'lini'i'v .M».cnt.'Sund«y with hls- t>a|i-iitH in Malvern. '• • Mr and Mrs. James 1-Yank, of llnr- inmi. HjH-nt Sunday here with frienits. Mr. «tul Mrn, S. K. \\'heeU)ck »pent (TtV'~ tla.v in Dixon. ,Mr. and ilr?<. Iluhert I^yo phetjttown, spent Hundny at .M Mr. an.' Mix. I,. !•:. lUfc, ....'JT'JL^VJ"'?'''.!?.., went to Dixon moriitnK. 'oeliid culled 'there by the ser- II.IIH illnefSM of hiH linnher, .Mr. and Mrs, J. i'. xro.Kinney nntl Mr. and Mr*«. I, MclCinney HjH-nt Kun- dtty In Wtilnut. l-'n-d Head, nt' t'likauo. Is here for a few weeks* vi.«lt with hiH pa rent N, Mr. and Mrs, Thom«« Head, — ;VTTtlw~*roTtTr i \venT;~io on . «' .«*nit. "W. a shields; and a H. of tho I'ro- this Al Ueetl, of Ojvlt, npent tho day here Of t^ForM Knaba In Honor /FourtMnth Birthday. Knab« entertained a few of ,|rti«ntlB 1'Yiday evening nt ft;tm awriuo C In honor of.JiU* nth bSPthdiiy. HIH friends hlm With a _ fniml'iln pen. pre- ing \vn« upcnt in j{iimr» and Purl UK th'o evenlnNT dainty rc- wrved. pwttn OHCHE8TRA NUMBER. aecotmt given of H«*» rf>pep- Jlev. 81mlwt«T nnd family, tho f| number wan i U'ft out'. Mr. Mid Mr. Manuicun t'urnisln-d Ic,' playlnff nwenil »i > l*H'tlon«» Resiaol Make Your Sick Skin Well ing, burning Hkin con al- liniy 1» healtill 'llu 1 11 rut UIHI ointm«tit atlUom fuilit to givu Mfif, WHli of reainol •oothing, uau- uli . >!««' , ra»li or «lmllur ating, " iB^aiwasTB "~ at litlli) oust. ThysiriunH JU-d ri-t*ilH>l ointiiu'iit r«%ni. |or over twenty >v»r«i, w» you IHHH! "" Ui to use H fm>ly. Bold by •ta, . ' on Mr«. 11. M, Miller entertained Mr, «n«l MM tMott lu-efer. «>f Kterling, nt nix o'clot'k dinner Sitndny. . l^rnt'Bt Bennett haw arrivetj from Nebraska to ^pend the winter wiUi hl*t fatlur here, who i« very poorly. Mr. and Mm 11. A. \VIIson returned to. their home. In lUxnn yesterday nf- ter Iciviiig spent two niuntlis tit the luinie .4 >f Mr. and Mrs, l.yle . Polder. Tu explotp tin- secrets of the here N what I wanted t<> net; to put tinder a table cloth lymi we rail tlii-rn ,'iilt nee rlnlht l> I.awi etiee. Kan^iist a" yard t>f live yard* of rfiVetn" eliitli. ;t i ! j itnie sanipb-.s fur an evenlm; pair df t;arteiH, a puir nf dreM'4 a half ynrtl •>( white oilrlolh Mpunl (if tlifead. At tea tmt<?J returned wiltl eyes but fl iijmpli:i:tit with a hump wheel, a yard of niiion, live yards <>f butler flnth, a cimturne. Home pattertiH for an evening KOWII, u pair of miHpenderx. a pair nf preserver.T; a half yard of American rlnth, si i - f •«'•! of cotton. Itt'iilly wnvti't It eiloUfli In make me reel? "~I'erhnjiB you think you know n pllre of ham when ymi wee one, pettiapn you are n-axtmahly sure ymi know a Hlh'K of ham when yuu ta«ti? one. Ah y^M Init nrithlng could ho ra.iher than on«» old the BOYS WERE ENTERTAINED Prof. Smith Entertnined Thote Active in Lecture Course. Smith ami B^VTA! that A, Smith ami friiin t!n> tsl'i-'h c> In-ill t» «"t tin- winter Ic fl ll'-n*. :il»il t" flxs tln-ir \vi>rU !i i-i ln-i'ti >f his uurlst'il v* i ry rtun 1 rfiiirnc w the liiiyjn ft(tpr«M-|nti>(l Mr. ntul MI* Hniitti truvi- a i«irc o'rlofls illniit r Thur>ti!.iv cvciiliit; fn MhHr hun.'f 'I'liat -l.iy, Mr. Smith hml rv- ci-lvi-il fri'tti > inn tnolhi-f id ImUrtliU Mutiii' vi-i v ni« ••' i-hli krn« r«'aily fvr HIP ovcri ;tiiii thivi> «'Mi> wrvi'il at iliiuuT To say tliat tTTi' tmys t'tij»y«'<l tlii- or- ciiHldii xvnilil )K> tisittinj; it niH-liy. Tin- In Jpi'i'H WITI- l>v.Mitii Ki'pncr, Dt-ait Sip- Henry . .Inliu K»ll». Iiarliy, t'lyiti- M«T<'illth. FUEL SITUATION Tin- fnr«l. uliiciflnn -lii- in .I.otidnn "rfiHher of next time nnd that ;— the.v're of hum when you lu-ai- town «w«-jii that litilo natnnnm" itm-lf. Now ydii l(«.iir Einyonf wiy ytiu'H kimw hy ha in. \Vlicii'y<ui want a pound of Intd you K«'t a Idadd'-r of laril for Ihl.t inun- niodlty fonii-H nil ncjitly park«'ii away In fllffcrciit Mir.i (I IdaddiTft, -Yon wt a (lit. of tomtttot'K for a can of loniatocH and if you havt> a I'uunli >'"ii get 'H JUlKlUi'" tlllcil nit Hit? ohyinl-ttfft;—H*»t—«• prencrlplloh. HIT Ii'mon H(|iinsli. On iiuliff«r«'iitly r tlu» niuffln^«»r aijA, rlppliiK.' 'Which trans Dnohe.MS «at i ^he'il tiM«-d i sho found it ted meaitH that "Mnrri« Mown-r altendt'd tho foot- hull rrnmn in. Morrlmm yesterday. Howard Uowney, <JernId Marlleet, I.loyd Stone;, Col.ler ^'ippert "and Hrir- o|d Whitman went nut .to tho home of t;tMir£(* Flit"/, yesterday and f«|K>nt the afternoon. • Mrs. Teh William* • went to kyonn, la., Si'inday to visit at the- home of h«r son, Ks\rl Charles UoyHborf, of BterllnK,, i lid d»y at thu homo of Mra, II. A. >Ybiua»r( >n. . • " * John 1'ippert went to ^prlng.'ield thin morniiur t» atfend u meeting of the 1. O. o. !•' Mi. and .Mrs. 1U J-i tHrnhman, of Kterliim. were entertnlmtd «t dinner yexterday at the home of Mr. and Mr». i'liji'ttert I'lppert. . • . «* " •tSeol'KO Oiioiieli Went' to |y«>(»n today j'nr a week* vinit. ^ four Toilet Soap Injuring Your Skin ? PRINCIPALS IN SAYLER MURDER TRIAL TO WED \Vatnela, 111., .'Nov. 20. —Mrs. Lucy Sayjer t ml i>r, \\', U. Miller, principal^ inj.jie.SajfJm 1 . mtu:d(-r .J.rit»l_«if_l.l>lOj. aro to lie inarried HOIIII. Announcement of i heir engagement WUH informally inutlu i.> Mi>. Mayler at her home in Duiy- Vilh' fulliiwlnii the release of Dr. ^Jti- ler fruiii I lie Jollet pfuitcnitary if few tin? Duchi'MM round^-tu>r k-mon/ide 'too wmr KO who une<I tl)i\HiiKnr nhaker freely, Evidently the Duchw* p"n,sHi«K.«ed the true Kn«lish fluure and dln't have to cut tin- ••«weet«" which hy the way JH what nil candy and lion tio»H w nrc over here. Hecaiin*» i-,t war- condition* pollen CRITICAL. o IH very hnrt 'Mi'tit.. ilcuhTH licltiK ulilo to MP- hut ftiiiill Nhlpnit'tiiN ntul uri> "! I" f«'rvo thi'lr t-UHtomcrs with !'»tf, I'viT.v i-ar ht'lnij <|tilckty jIlMjHisoil of upon arrival to th<isi« Jn ni'ttitil »»'«><), ..llnwrver. Jio uctual Bilf- fiTltitf tias licfn ("Xpurlrtioffl untl the (Iciili'i's hojw't'u fill their (U-nmrulM In <luo Unit 1 . FORMER RESIDENT HERE. K. K. I>t"Ml.-H>n of Halt-in. (JrvKun, AvaH n' Saturiliiy nuirnitnr arrival In Tampico tt> visit at tfi« homoa of hl« tiro- tht-rH ami sister, II. Ii,. ant! II. W. iHul MTK, H, I*. Allen. Mr. ha.s In-on fnr Ht'-veral months toilet »oapa contiiin alkttli. Itcaiiidi i-im liiiety no Ifrw alk.'.li, a«*t-1« iMs thfi rf*inol incdiiation, Tlti« H toothing, licuiiuit |iro}iertit*n tlcur the ooiii|ilc\iuii, liniifiirt nkio« Hiitl ki/c|> tin* Imir he mariii-d afti-e Dr. fr<nn Fennwylvanla. re'latlvt*8," n:»ld "\Vi- ^yie to i Miller i'1-turnrt where he in Mr»*. ' Say ler. . ' ' When Dr. Miller HuMied hiH .term 'at Joliet lu* went straight to Danvjllc, 'wlu'Os-Mix Sayler nu-t htm <*' •!"' train with it|jen arms. Hhe lunn- lived there the laf{ llnvei.yi'iii'M,. her, term In the pi'tiiti'nli.'ir^ hnviiiri ln't-ti Hhortur than Dr. Miller'H. I GUARANTEED ^j^jffji^ inW ^WL (B^ww|BF ^^PI^^^ ^^i^^^ ^^w^^^ ^Wf^^ ^HB^*^ *^^p^^^ l^ * ttnd alli-nH art' rcnuiri'tl to rainier at tin- j»dJr*t Htntion "within-twi'iuy'four huiiT. afu*r,tht>y hit tln> town, tf you whould chaiiKi' your .hotel durliiB your xtay you niuxi nt-odN notify the pollco niHl rcKiwlcr &ll over again, idvintir your new add i rKM. With tho dirt,- thn-iU of b«<lntf "hiul up" if I didn't do It you muy in« «i(H« I hiiMllcd to How Mlr«'i't awful vi«(onti of beipK huntr up '»>' "i« .thumbti" «ir other "fli'vritiiiK tluiURhtH whlrlinK In my brain. Vet "hud uu" IH merely Lon- doiu-iSH foe "pini'hi-d." Kniil lilw (xiribihlp to mo, Mid In-, "All my wont mi'ii huvo KOIHI to the front «o I only |HIV<; nn old crook for ft HIH>- rt'tHry at pr«>««ht. Now I hud heard of dlnh faci-d NtiMioKniphorx but —~. into my . trusty KiiKlixh- lUHtlonary I found Crook— Hrokon down horm-, old hack"—and tiu'rt! you ar«. ....... ,. Oh it IM very woll that the child and Uu» pnpi'i-M ure In -Louitun Imt take It from nit' 'i'wprw bettt'i- to tuiyw nn Knjj. llHli-AtiHTlc.-.n dictionary N^JI too. EJEQJED FROM PRIVATE HOMErHURU DYNAMITE Puna, III.. Nov. 20,™*Thomiis Htltrich, u Uoinaiiy minor, was urri'vlotl by HhiTiit Harru'M and JodKcd lit Jail under hi-avy boiid • fei>r attm|ipt«Hl inurdt-r of fifty (ifiHohM who wor«v I'liJoyliiK u ilanci.i i»l JoM<'|)h Uolloji'H ri'»ldijyr«' at JoiwyvllU. Hiiirii'li hud bwn-'t'jiH'U'il for- rowdyiwm. li«< n«turnu<PhaW nn -luiur Ititor and liurli'd u sdlck^jf dyna- inlU* tlrtoiigh a wliulow, wrwklng that liorlton of th< dvvHIiim. -Thi* ijl'4y 'clitn^ fcrs luid taken rrfiiKu Ui iV diilVivnt portion of ihi> hous^ unit <wuiM'd In* jury. Tbivt' additional Hth'lis of dynu* inlli- UITO I'oiincl In Ilio yard by Kin-riff lariri» farm there ami making. u number of improvements In the shape of r«>pair« unit new l>uU<]lnK»< Ho mates that that routHry ha* luul tiw much niln during the past Hoawon. u f'.n't tliat hvirt tlio wheat .cr/jp. '»ut that thp corn crop Is tho heat for many years, the yield/ pun! nnj the quality t.»f Ihn lieflt. NEW RESTAURANT OPENS. V. C. Cook held a liousewarmlng Friday night when his restaurant wa» oTft : TTCit~ff'r~tTirKtnrKB~tTrThir new totir-~ (inn on the went Ml<fo "o( 'Main streot, ii lurjn' number t»f hln frJetulH'anid pa- coining in and Bii«ndlnjf the £v«'In a social way and winding up %vlth a- nice nupper. althoutih the formal o|K-ninj; was set for Saturday. PLEASANTLY ENTERTAINED. ' Mr». L. K. Urtlnenl held n niiUtlnrr Ul her home on Thursday evenlnif and twelvo ladieH were prenpnt to work tuul have 'a sood time and the latter was not ticX'h-cted In any way. A nice lunch WHB servetl and the 'ladies took their leave about midnight.' TA.MPICO BRIEFS. Mr>". Kntma-Niefson of Onind Meadows, Minn., a fonder resident of thj/l vU'lnity.'. arrived here Satvinluy niorn- liiK foi* an extended vtwlt with relatives and friends, hike most localities in the north went *eri>p conditions 'there were unfavorable through exceenllvo rainfuU at the w.ronj? time of "the year, luit on the whole were fair. Mrs. William Kilroy WHH a Friday K'iie.st at the htune of her Bl«ter, Juseph tHHJion, «f Hock and \ Chesterfields This overcoat, designed for men of conservative taste, fills your wants better than any pther Iined 7 kerseys ¥ oxfords ah,d meltons in this style. Special values at $15 $18 $20 $22.50 $25 $30 $35 Bradley ^Boynton Clo.Co. to be token on in tho change from two to threo working shifts.. IN FORCE IN NEW JERSEY. New York. X. Y., Nov. 20.—An eight hour day hair been in force with tho Standard Oil company of New Jersey for a year, It was stated hero by oil>- cials of.that company. When asked If the eight hour day was or would ht» put in force In nil' Standard Oil plants, they Maid they could not xpeak ^u» u the pnvtiee or Intention 'of th« other companies, UN each wa« independen of the olhcrtt. - a!T<*t« untl Mi'.HSnliiit» imvy, , whitts $1.50, $1.75, $1.95. KUHU* silk \vaist in Moral initl (lie new lull iim> uf j tin it I \v-ais • «|ir( 'Iiiiu 1 aiMJ ( Silks, 1 yartl'witlt 1 , , At'ricaji ln*t>\vn. n in a|f jhf n of am \\' uo in A Is, :25c yard. W. J. BOWLES 1). 6. CO, and Also 1U'\V iti llliv ROCK F Mo»t every woman »«ta a nice, clear complexion, nnd can have it at a tri.Oing cost. Constipation- in women is increasing ts* UQ ulainung extent, an<J this cou»*» poor Circulation whiclt ^ccountu for yclluvv, mudtly; pimply coniple*ion» vl>»ch io jnony women are trying to 'overcome. ,: Dr. Edwards* Olive Tablets if the .one .dependable remedy far liacl complcxionn. They art on the, liver Bind towclsjike calomel, yet J»aVe f m dutinei « -u« *ftcr-cffccl. llicyuamst imlurc to (InuW'ijlf thcim|JUiiUPS that yd iato the IjliArtl, They will iuicly cli*iu up, t v«-n ihi- nvn»l «iixitr »s. InxtOdditiyii IJUH klyuud l«i|icnpllu- tutnc •ysltin, giviiiy o pu», iii'tht iu<IJy feklu, ly, flfK' irom t hey act (juick- oiiU ui*kc yvii l.itt ttcatll'u'ht »H»W, (i«f« Ko.lt. !i u!9,;t*' - Hie t»u4 2'u , motored to Tamptco J' and Hpunt the day with relatives friendH. ' r Xola Anderson was tt .Friday »r t'onu'll, where «1^' was in atteiidunco at a 'ineetliiK of the alumni of that InwUtiiUon, . ' MI.HH Made) Kiisxcll, tho- efficient clerk at MeVedlth'a market, hurt her lyuul severely Friday while utU'ridlnK her iltiUes. ' • . * JV.- P. r.urUen returned home mOi'iiinK" froiii Woodard, whero Hhe lias heen jipending month* vltiltliiK' l»'i* purents, ''.Mr, and Mr«. John Kuynor, • Mrs, hen. .sprinkh*. of Walnut, came down Friday mi the loral freight «n«l vWilcd her wister, ,Mr«. Win. Hidikiim, ti »hort tiiiu', returning; hornw Butur- day. ' Air. and AlrH. Fred Fierce motored |o ijufk Falla and viwitcd their dausli- t«'tv Mt,w lieii l>rain«'id, Hulurvlay,' Fri'd .Mil^iitt: and wife are. enter- tainiilK' thu! riinner's mother from JMiiuntl City.. 111. Khe urrlvcd Friday and will rt-niiun until II." I/, ivnlson wan -ta'Uen «ud- .v ni«h! and WI.IB Thursday and Fri- cold. — ' ' '' -iK wu« III nincral bjlLON IS SLIPPiNG Fight Critics Balicv* H« Will 8pon Be S«cond Rnt«r, I»y II. C. Hamilton -• (Fnlted Pr«'«H Staff Correspondent) New York, Nov. ;!0.— Thu ea»o.wlU which liftttllitK Levlnskey a few 'killing Jack Dillon of Indianapolis Jm« led Heveral llnht criticH In tho east It conn* forth with a titatement that tm- le«H Dillon bejrlns to titko better cure of himself lie IH likely to KOOII htMtown amoiiK the, second raters Dillon IH noiorlouHly fond of (he TWO BOmES OF K. R. R. CURED MY RHEUMATISM Biving. Mis. dcidj; ill Wvdtii-fid I'linlint-d to he»- ln j d day with a m-rimiM Air**. I Vail Aki-rli ilu,vs liiiw and under tlui' 4-ui'O id' StANDARDOIU EMPLOYES 7 * AN 8-HOUR DAY Viiliint It'.lV >!• ttdi in»; A% tl-t '!• K!,!..,:.-il K.'itV.' V. ill- ti -.• : .' f,» (.1 -*Ml Hilv s r ..ill It. 1 . dvi- • 1111" vt''V-.- •i Hi • -«?r 0;o- H',.iliV s. •I'lv! ti< .'.!• I -,'. !' The remedy that cured othera with your complaint l« the natural mid rwyjonatolw remedy fur you You don't take any i'hunets, becaus K. H. H. him proved ita worth H« u euro for KhoumuUam, (lout., • L.unU,>jvK» and alt iiisordera cauaod by nn exw^s of Uric Acid. Read thhJ letter: I '.'I foet-'UB thougb,;lt la my duty to Kuy soinwtliing uhotit the wonderful Kttmjifniuclh'r HU'euuml U> K«»tucdy. Twa years tigo 1 ,/elt a» tlxn.igli I would luivo to give iip my work on of an attack »»f-HheunmU»m, nnd I was told of thlH. wondi-rful remedy and I huvo tal{«n-tw«'.-liutUt;4..oJt-thl» wonuvr- ful remedy Vuul I cun hom-stiy sujr that H cur^d m*> und 'any sufferer of Jth»»utiiatMm will maU« »o mistake lu tuklntr this wonderful nuinedy." — Frank etimduBham, Forvmutt of Wuijon Sv.rv» Jet; : of Amerlc ; «a Kxpresa foinpany, LoulKVlHe. Ky." t. K. H. K. ctin-8 rhetimatisin to stay cured I Mr. Curihlnghuni \vftit«-d two earg bftfoiw KlvM'is hi« tcHtlnuaiial to ii-.>v** that IH' wa»*'|wri»an«tnt!x cared. For ypur ihfiima.tlsn"ir htwbmjo, , eo.uj- or uric add trmihte, -tukc K. H. It. U vvun't hurt your tttoni-tch »tul j«>t a fi-w d*)W^ jjh'e gruN-i'Ml relitsf. A. ; K- K. H ut .your OvuKjriiMV.' $1 ' f..r K 'bott'tv. Fre»' l 10 '»ampl« Kanipfmueler Ht JIH-, J.oliisvll^-.'K'y.' K. p, R. it- *old;^ar»d rocommondvd by ^ Tho H«!ddrick(| Drug Go,, cpmoi Third ,8t.'-and Fi«st Ave.'. "Stt-i LIKJ. Ii). "' whitt* lights and th«> • casy-uolnj; lif« that huiurs. vvith it, Hi> in up lau* many riljthts of Uu> win'k, but nlwnys mana.Kt'.s Uirougli his splcinljil vitality to k«'«?p 1iimti«>IC "hi i-oiulition for the houvy tiKhi« h«* • Is c.irdctl for. , ' Ju his full hrfow l^'vin«kt'y, who latt'i- took.a bt-athiB from liilly Mlsk*>, ti Niuall light houvywoiKht. lh*- Itt'llovo t)i«*y Hi't' the ln't:iiinin^- of down-jiradc path for 1'illon and UU that unli'.Hjj hi? bt-Riiu home ciirUer «nd Kvl*- u t Svinks of bi':tut>y K|«-».«P <!ai!,r In- will Hot tind his s«»r\ ire.* KO greatly; fn dc- ntuml.'"',,.-. • l.>ill<»n is a bard liTJln to bandit*, as "Srtin- .MurbarpiT' has rrmarkitl. He Is one .of th« sort who ILstoiiH aiul (lion d«H»» n» he plp-i»sos when hi« muki'M u KiiKK« k ^tion., * • .An Indiana inan,. _whi» l;iii»wA WCll, oilCC inuiit' till' UN.SCItloll woul'd like in have charj;e of Dillon for <t few moiiltiH. to take him to a farm and thert- i»ut him to work under u contract which would atmuro that Dillon would do everythinK bo wan told. •Til soon have rt man who would eat J«f»« Wfllnrd alive." he declared. i FIFTEEN WERE INJURED, | Kvansvillo, Hid.,-.Nov. 2«.—Wftwn K* >ui "« jpt-rxonw wt're Injurt'd. four probably vv tnoi'o t futiiUv. whi*n ; tj^ii t^v&nHviUB - unU Kastcrn int«*rurbu.n ourt* niot-in a lu»a*t- iicar Yankt'«*iown, W^rrUsk County, this city Tint Injured wens in a relief ca.r. brought- to- s liilhm ^it!u- HKUK'S THIC-FlKSTi PKKHIDEN'* titU bount for l^yo. Hesidentu of Kutdi- villc. Ind.. are iiootsflnk Jl(n W.atson, n Unitfd Htaled aenator. for the race four y«s»w hence. PREVAIL * ' I do not believe the prices usually charged-? by other optical concerns are too high, but I do believe as a rule not enough attention is paid to those who must of necessity purchase low-priced glasses, -\ MY POLICY ' < f ~ • > I shall otitQt' to the masses— not the classes. I shall sell ntiny more glasses from $5,00 dfow»ward than front $5.00 ujpward. If expensive glasses are purchased I will make it easy. for you to get the belt. Open SuturH evenngs. Ciotician Formerly manager S'u>g«j| Cooper-* Optical DspaciHient <n _Oyv,<-- Obef-miUci-'s' Stjpi-f. . .. 1 \ ,. B«U Phone 10t First Ave. and East Third St., Sterling, 111 W "

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