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MEDFOIID MAIL TIUIlUNfS
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O PRINTHO CO.
Office Mull Tribune Hiill.ltnff. 2S-17-29
North rlr street, telephone 7i.
Tlie Democratls Tim,
Man. TM M5ford Tbiine, The ffotffh
rn Ornronsn, The Asnlsnd Ttsufte.
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fltal Paper of the City of Medferd.
Qfflatal Paper of Jarkaon County.
Holered aa seeonil-elaea matter at
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8ubserIbor falling to re-
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Circulation Manngor at 2G0-R 4
HONG KONG KOLUM
A boro Is a person who talks to
you when you want to tnlk to him.
A fnnntlc. In a person who doos not
ngroo with you.
.MAIUNd IT POSKIIIliK
lllwr .Miss Crosby slug and ont your
dinner at the Yato. Adv. In tho
Hyrnouso (N. Y.) Post-Standard.
A.V AUTO AD
HI wm dsolded that an operation
would ho neoosaary and Dr. Allon
brought Mr. Anthony to Logan In
Ills onr. The Jar of the car gave
Mr. Anthony somo relief and tho pos
sibilities aro Hint an operation will
not ho nocossnry. Tho Logan (0.)
TDK I'lttriTS OK IDIiKMtSH
J'rom the Observer:
"Tho kltiK li sont n congrntultt-
tnry lotttir to Mm. .Mann of Nottlng
linni, vh has nine pons Honing In
tho army nnd navy. Thin a hullovod
to bo a record for ono worklng-oloas
"Though n moro bagatelle, of
course, for tho Idlo rich." Newark's
Tho latost fashion kink la tho bar
TQl tiklrt. If huhy come homo In a
Imrrol wlfey blame It on liokor
wo imuae to wonder If the suddon
fomlnlilua; of the tlmo-honorod hahll
Imont of the unlucky In tho reault of
brldgo whist. ,
IT DID.VT TOUCH TDK SPOT
The T. A. C. K. society met Mon
day evwiliif at fbe rraldenee or Mint
Until Jonw. A pleitaaut iKielal oven.
Int; wan atHuit by nil prmmnt until
the lioatww wrvod a luncheon. Tho
"Wymore (Neb.) nto.
A London iwii juat back from the
44(8ii nay that a little atlrl nu the
train to I'ltttbiirjc wan chowlng um.
Not only that, but he lnaUtwl on
pulling It out In Iohk atrinsa and let.
thin It fall Uik Into her mouth analn.
"MHbl!" Nld her mother In a her-
rifled whisper. "Mabel, don't do that.
Qhew yenr gum like a little lady."
Tli In Muktw II (loir
We would like to correct an error
wbkM occurred in last week'a Chron
keie regarding the lllnew of Mra. I)h
w)ie hu not yet arrlvml In Wy.
RlehartlMH. It waa Mra. Don Itlch
anlaoH, Inataad of Mra. Hlehardaon.
Tlie Uncoln (Me.) Chronicle.
OUior Sm Apply
"WAXTKD A aeveu-lnch baker
ad eliut-lueh dlahmaker. Apply at
lw China Company. - Adv. lu the
UMt Liverpool (O ) l(etl.
Tt'll". t low lixil l,loixsl StlVIIKlll
Medford pHipli will nallt that we
could not puiillrth uli letter the
following l( itt wre not Benutiio
MHd truthful Mtatemonta of facta. The
Hov. Mr. Uuihea. Hull) Springa, Ark.
"I m a Mothodlat mlulator. and
vufferod from broken do n nerve.
Wia of ppatlta uud alevpleaeneM. 1
W'oi i'., m itreuUiloa a vaty
poor, and I not iic to d my
duty In no I'.um. m (fit aaould.
I nod trlt'd oilou ipmrlic but did
ooi vwio in pit on bottor. Through
Wr. Uftlllo, of Hardfl. Ark . I lean
od of Vinol nnd It built mo u; 1
regained in eietuo. aa sleep tci
tr and do moio woiK "
Thoer It, not awret nbout Vltvl. It
dilvea lt ikiw. r to build up tho ov
urwarked. nrok.-ndown nervoua a
(MM from tin' iiiiiiu iiul flticilM' of
frtMh tU lnt Mltliuut nil roiiihlned
wlt tunic irou aiid in of iMptouo
AlUOO lu Bedford Who WlShftJ to
try VlmO cut) Co M Vita too under-
standing that Wo roturn. tittr
money If tlw ' not h.iti-fiej, 4
ford IMinrmacy. v
TIfI?RIS if no fjiicHtlon but ninny tiiHlJonn of dolhtin ap
TirntiHnififl liv nnntrvim fnf rivnr nnrl hnrlinr irntitvivp.
inpiitu linn bppii pxprMHH'fi
nt, nnd ioineiiiiic wiero llipro wn no jifltml need or
line for f,!i( proposed improvement.
J tint now there in u fierce denmnd on Hie part of the
journal of the munition workers and their ignorant imi
tator that all spare money should he diverted from the
so-called pork barrel to the ammunition barrel.
Perhaps they are right. Hut we suspect they are more
interested than patriotic. Money spent for river and har
bor improvements and public buildings is scattered over
a large expanse of territory, and in such manner as not
to benefit the steel, powder and oil trusts. The Aforpont
rockenheims can't get hold of it. But if it is diverted to
preparedness lor war it will
New York, New England and Pennsylvania got their
pork long ago. Money spent on the -Savannah, Mississippi
or Columbia does not help them, but millions spent for
powder, shells, guns and motor trucks will keep the plants
at Bethlehem and Bridgeport grinding out the dividends,
while the money jugglers pile up still more profits by their
This is probably the real
river and Harbor Dill. 1 no plea is made that money nas
been wasted. True, perhaps, but Wall street objects to
wasting money only when it does not get it. Jt cares as
little about extravagance as it does about the gift of its
street railway franchise and its subways to the Belmont
gang. Jts howl about the waste of public money is a
mockery. It used to send its messenger to congress, and
its will was obeyed. The people- finally woke up and stop
ped that, so now it proceeds to educate the public with its
newspapers. Jlence t lie emeiency and economy howl.
Money should not be wasted, except when it is neces
sary to have some excuse to maintain a high protective
tariff, for the sake of argument wc will admit. But any
money that is expended for labor is not wasted. The
structure labor builds may be useless, but the laborer has
been enabled to support his family and thereby has fur
nished a market for the products of other laborers who
have been thus enabled to feed and clothe their families.
Under the vicious economic circle that is the basis of
our system, the payment of wages is the only method by
which the essentials of existence can be distributed among
the wage-earners. Hence the pavment. of wages is the im
portant fact and the result of the laborer's employment,
may be secondary.
Jt is painful, 'however, to contemplate how little econ
omy and efficiency in government would help the public.
Mr. Taft says $! 100,000,000 is expended by our government
above what is necessary each year. If this be true, it would
mean but .$!$ per head for our people. Save it all, and wc
could each have added to our income less than one cent a
day. Double Mr. Taft's estimate, and wo would have less
than (wo cents for each working day added to our income.
And this is the onlv political reform preached to the
icople by the organs of those
lillion a swollen fortune.
RECKHKSS destruction of unarmed ocean liners, re
gardless of nationality, of neutrality or of destina
tion by (lerman submarines proves that (lerniau promises
to the' United States are to the Herman government like
the treaty with Belgium mere "scraps of paper," to be
torn up at will.
The solemn assurances given in reply to American pro
test were merely diplomatic subterfuges to avoid or delay
an open breach of relations. There seems never to have
been any intention of fulfilling promises.
Not only are the allies' ships carrying munitions de
stroyed, but those of friendly neutrals, like Norway, Swe
den,' Denmark, Holland, Spain and the United States. Not
only are armed merchantmen flying the enemies' flag, but
unarmed liners flying neutral flags to and from friendly
ports the object being to destroy all shiis, and by par
alyzing the commerce of the world, end the war.
' Germany thinks victory possible at the price of human
ity through terrorism. Hence the spoliation of Belgium,
Zeppelin raids, poisonous gas, liquid fire, dynamite and
fire in neutral lauds. Militarism has transformed the am
iable Prussian into a menacing Frankenstein of destruc
tion, arousing the horror and detestation of mankind
ranking with the Assyrian of the ancient world and tho
I Inn of the dark ages.
Viewing war as the greatest of disasters, the president
has heroically struggled to avert it and made every conces
sion possible, save sacrifice of national honor and national
rights. But the time seems Hearing when he must shift
to the shifty shoulders of congress the burden of Ger
many's broken promises and the tattered scraps of paper.
, nv iui:ni:iti(K SlAHH.
t nhrily of l'lilwip Autlioi of
When loili-. in lli ln-t tluiil ft'
the itteeiita centurv, Hiarciel up
frtmi Vera Crui tutu tbe platcMU
roaatry, kal did he fiuilT l'rei
eott wl l,e Wallace, hainir them-
mIc ui the ancient S)tuihli
narrating, icll ua that tlicrc u. u,eat; prophtH'v uulicatetl that li
niiahlv e)ure. u powerful emperor, i couimjt hx at hand; ami when tin
.wurai of pofilen, a solciuhd city. , SMianU appeared, it wu- .,n
lusiir. I lion the mIp of the oUl.tuue before the native reulied tint
ludiau city, Teuothlitliui, the Span
ish ii ot Jlexico was bunt.
For a time Cortci. ruled kupretue in
From a certain ntftt of view, the
iiiiiit'Kt of Mexico was a tfreat null
lafS1! arhieveiiifiii. Ii wan the iitury
of a little hand) ul oi iiivdjr against
cHoihMoiik ci4k l)Wf0 aud war-1
A tCC Whl . ..iit iluil. .1 l llii'
fftV ilai 'ii'. i t. ii. ' it .1
without produciiix iiiiicIi licnc-
all How to their millrace.
reason for the attack upon the
who no longer call a half
"Mi'Uco mid tlio I nltiil Stntos."
in ilie MiiM'rMitiou lcnr-. of the ln
lmn iiKaiut Hliom tiny fotiKht ;
i when the white men titst awwaretl,
1 1 lie v were looked uHin us nacred or
diiue; the Altec cre IihiViuii for
the rut urn of their fair trod, ho hk
to eotue acroan the bean from the
the new comer were (lHin;er u I, j
uiaiu, uol kiudlv deitie.
If I he re hud been a bond ! n -between
the ile.ucan liidian-. .n 1
thev had made couuuou cau-i' .miiiii-l
thjj Kmniardi, of courne the imu.brs
would ha(i ktood no ihliiiti' 't n-
i lty I ind l4rk lfc) bfatse
.ill ai'iil 'itc iii.l fo.it
GROUNDS IN FOG
SHANOIIAI, Mi.rih HI. -The Ww
trnnn-1'anfie MMmfpr nlfiimcr
Chi.vo Mam grounded in a fov at I uV
tliia Miornimr on one of the Letna
ialamla aotitli of lloiur Kong. Nino
tuglioHtH and lnunchcH from h Mril
iah toi-jwdo boat dentmyer Imvo a-ono
to her HsalntHiice.
SAN' FKAKdlRCO. SIhivIi HI.
'Die riiivu Mum in one of the Inryuat
vi'moIh on tho tranH-l'iieifii' ruim nnd
in pint of the Toyo ICinen Knifthn
fleet. Slio sailed from here Mareh
'J, reaehed Honolulu Mnreli S nnd
Yokohama Mnreli 17. She i of 111,
l.'ll totm gross rexitrv nnd wiik built
in 11)08 nt Xiiptunki.
TIio Chiyo nlrendv lml touched nt
Honolulu nnd nt Yokohama and other
JnimucHc portH and Manila, ho that!
all piiHHciifcrH from continental Unit
ed StateH except those bound for
Hoiik Kong liud left the Hhip.
SAN FltANCISCO, March ,'M.
Officials of the Toyo Klson Kalslin
Steamship company received a cahlo
Krnm from I Iohk Koiir Mutiny that
nil of tho Chlyo'a paoconRora would
ho brotiRht Into HonK Kong today.
It wag Indicated that all had boon
Tho (icono of tho accident Is 29
miles from Hour Kong.
Tho Chlyo carrlod In Ita cargo
nearly 12,000,000 In koM. Tho value
of tho root of tho cargo would ap
proach another 12.000,000, It In said.
Most of tho cargo hnd boon discharg
ed, however, nt tho ports of call.
Tho Chlyo Is tho nccond of tho
Jnpaneso trans-I'arlflc llnora to run
nground In the Inst two months. Tho
Tonyo .Mnru grounded on a reef off
tho .lapanoso wflHt on Ita lust voy
nge to San FrnnclHco, hut oacapod
with hut slight damage.
Christian Church Orchestra
Following Is tho program for tho
Christian church orchostrn entertain
ment to ho glvon nt tho church Krl
dny night, hoglnnlng nt 8:30, ad
mission being free:
Dooorlptlvo nmrch, "Xniioloon's
I, ant Charge," orchostra; vocal solo,
"Ono Kleotlng Hour," violin obllgato,
Nana Soely: violin nolo, "lltrovatore,"
with variation, lllls Heine; r wad
ing, selected, Mrs. Heine; vocal trio,
selected, Mossrs. Unicom. Lludley
and I.awton; polectlon "(Jrand Intor
natlonnl Fantasia, " patriotic aim of
two continents, orchestra; cornet
solo, selected, George F. Dyer; vocal
solo, "Tho Swallows," Nana Seely;
violin nnd comet duet, "Perfect
Day." Messrs Helno and Djer; quar
tet, selected Mossrs. Halcoin. Mud
ley and Law ton; march, "All Ameri
Reported by Jackson County Ab
tract Co.. Sixth and Mr BU.
I "rapper k. Y.
S. A. Carlton . Frederick
LevMh et hI.. w t it of attachment.
Raphael C. Meiier . II. A. l'.n
Htgn et a I.. Mtit to l'orccloxe limit-
KtHtt' of (ieoiyo W. Stephen-on.
will, order aduiittiiiK will, oath of
llate of Kdicar K. Miner, petition
and order to commence suit.
Ileal Itstutc Transfers.
Oliver P. Helm ot n to A. .1.
(lriMui ei al., land in ice
-M-:i7-li:. ami we. l-:7
Nannie Hearing et al to Mary
C. I.e.lie. unilivided one
eighth in lti 11 and Hi, hlk.
.. Medford ...
Mav J. White to Matv 0. Les
lie. loU 11 and VI, Ulock
TIiok. Ituitholoitiow to Hubert
Khon. lot 20. hlk. '2. Whit
man Park, Med lord, and
laud in k,..-. as-ar-jw.
K. 11. Trt et al to A. 1). l'om
fmy, laud in ec. S-'17--V.
J. 1'. Mooiimv et u to Jamt'i.
11. Smith, laud in seel. I'
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
qutTT PCABOOY4CO l: Mum
Kl, I'ASO, Mnrch .11. A.hiic- re
ceivH bn today br Mexican offie
ials stated thitt Villa and hix men
had fKHiudlv whippetl the Cnrransa
jfarrison at fluerrcro, ttntler the ch
iimnil of (lenernl Cttvaro, whoc
foreea wore said to nimiher onlv fifty
soldier. Villa, according to the in
formation obtained hy Mexican Con
sul Oh rem, still oeoupied Guerrero.
Information in the hands of (len
ernl Kunston said Villa had killed
every one in the irarrifon nnd that
the haudit hk now near the hend
watem of the Snntti Mariu river.
Since pHKHimr soiithwmil of Nnmi-
fpiilMt, Imvinp temporarily eluded hi
piiiiiers, Villa is reported to Imvo
adopted every means to strengthen
his command which oarlier in his
flight ho had Kcnttered into small
hands because the Americau cavalry
weie hot on lii.i tiail.
HeailiMl for San Audita
. Heports that Villa was headed
cast ward toward his old lieiidtiuur
lers at San Andres were current to
day. If the haudit tins turned en -4
or north the American troops may
he able to dtioirclo him mid cut off u
further retreat to tho south, while
General Gutierrez, operHtinjr toward
the west with tho Carranzu troops
from Chihuahua, would he in n posi
tion to confront Villa nnd force him
to icivo battle.
While final dotuils of the shipment
of supplier to Casus Grandes are be-
injf worked out, every effort is lieing
imido by the nnnv to slroiiKthen the
motor truck sorviee openitinjr south
from Columbus, N. M. Twenty-seven
additional tniuks passed through here
today for Columbus. The total num
ber of trucks now in service on the
ColuinbuM-CiiHHK Grandes (mil np
pro.ximalcs 'J00. Of these 171 have
been piircbusetl since the e.peditton
nry movement Iickiiii. In other words
six new supply companies, each with
twenty-seven freight-eurr.viiiK tnicks,
one repair cur ami one tank car, have
70(1 llorcs I'lti'clinM-d
I'urchnses of horses and mules
since the Columbus incident appro.xi
mate 7011. Most of these have been
assigned as remounts for the border
(mtrol, but u In ixe proportion have
been sent to tbe front to take the
plnco of disabled animals.
AEROPLANES DROP BOMBS
UPON SWISS VILLAGE
HKIINK. March HI Two aero
planes of iinknoun nationality drop
ped five large bombs at dawn this
morning on the small Sss Hinge
of Porcntruy near the Fremli fron-
tier. Somr damage to property was
"Why Swear, Dear?
It's tho New Plan. Simple. Sure as
Fate. Applied in a Few Seconds.
"Why. John. I never knew you to ,
vtr such language' I vo told ynu
several times it's no use to try those
burnluges, salvos, tapes, plasters, ana
"Von WonMn't T.oi Youi'Trmpr,,lnlin,
It Yuu UiJ (1U-U" for Thuie t'orntl'
rontrsptlona for corns I!rr's soma
(lta.Jt, Its Juat wonderful now tnsi,
'clear anil clean' it inskss any corn
oonts right off. Takss but a fvw o
onitt to apply. It dries at once Put
your sock on right over It, there's
nothing1 to stick or roll up, form a
bundle of your toe, or press on the
corn. It's painless, simple sa rulltng
off a Ion. Now put sway those knives,
rssors ami mlesore. use 'Oets-It' nil
you'll have a sweeter tllepoiltlon and
no more corn and ralluat's "
"nets-It" Is sold by druireteU every
where, lie, a bo'tlo. or lent direct by
K Lawrence & Co. Oh U aim. ill
Sold in .Mi"fori and ivcoiiuneiiiUsl
as tho world's lKt Corn Keiiunly lij
ytOII It. Illisklllh.
JIOK.RS OF 1IOISKM, TK)II.EIt8,
HKtU' .1Clllt:UY, KTC.
moffft & m auinniiT
C1IS 8. Xewtowa, 737 V. 1 Uh St.
hAn O I I - 1 'V'w '' f
JOHN A. FKRL
Pttant3 VL at aa 7f
tnbaUiuo. 8onl Crcney ,
Tlv eonilnitfi'f he h 11 mnkiiiif an
ffl'olt lo -iciMire hitler motion plf
tures for the .Mintix peofdc of Med
ford wish to niraiii call the ntleiition
of the parents to the fuel that we
need their co-operation in this move
ment by their attendance nnd that of
the childreu, Hnlesg 'the interest
justifies the efforts, these Snturday
inornitiK matinees will be discontin
ued. While the programs are not as
yet just what the committee would
jike them to be, we are confident that
in lime wo can, as other cities have,
secitie the host in drauiH, comedy and
along educational lines for these
mntinees. ltoth the l'ago mnunge
ment and the committee are desir
ous of giving the best and they will
put foitli every effort to secure such
films. This thud matinee will Imvo'
n crent deal to do with the decision
of tbe 1'agc mnunKcmcut in continu
ing them. The program will be inter
esting to all. Saturday morning at
10:1.1 the following program will be
given: Comedy, "The Olhcr Kid's
Sister"; two-reel dramii. "The Bend
of Lve"; educational, "I'lnsical
Traininsr in the Flench Army" and
"Sicily in Stonn and C.ilm."
IS YOUR HEALTH
Woman Tells How Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound Restored Her
Limn. Ohio. - " I was all broken down
lady friends came to
see mo nnd she ad
vised mo to com
mence taking Lydia
E. Hnkhnm's Vcr.
and to uso Lydia K.
Wash. J began tak
ing your remedied
and took $5.00 worth
and in two months
was n well woman
nftcr three doctors said I never would
stand up straight again. I was a mid
wife for seven years and I recommended
tho Vegetable Compound to overy wo
man to take before birth and after
warib), and they nil got along o nicely
that It surely is n godiend to suffering
women. If women wish to write to
mo 1 will bo delighted to answer them. "
-Mru.JBNNlE Moybk, 842 E.North St.,
Womon who sufTer from displace
monente, weakness, Irregularities, net
vousneas, backache or bearing-down
iwilns. need the tonic-strencUienimr
properties of the roots nnd herb con
tained in Lydia E.I'inkham's Vogetsbh)
Mm .xiUx M. lMnlcliiini loillulim
Co. (ooiiililcntlnl), Lynn, Muss.
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IXTKItntllAX AITOCAU CO.
Leave Medford for Ashland, Talent
and Phoenix dally, except Sunday, at
s oo a. m., 1:00.2:00, 1:00 and 5:15
p. in. Also on Saturday at 11:15 p.
m. Sundays leave at S:00 and JO: 30
a. m. and 1:00. 2:00, 5:30 and 9:30
P in. Leave Ashland for Medford
dally, except Sunday, at 9:00 a. m..
..nn .nn i .nn ., i r . , c . .,
l-00- 2:0. -00 and 6:15 p. m. Also
on Saturday nights at 8:30 and
12 20. Sundays leave Ashland at 9:00
a. in. and 1:00, 1:30, 6:30 and 10:30
We attribute th .oiularlt of our
luitti-r to its superior purity and
Moat people Hon and poor are
particular. Their health is para
mount to anything. They demand
1'ASTEUKIKD Butter because it Is
their only guaranty of purity.
"Medford Creawory" la the High
eet Quality Table, Butter Pure be
Delicious, pasteurized ItuttoriuJIk
ma ho iinchdsed ut the Crcaiiier)
Ulrl. -, lkf ui ,.,
"- - .' i-n .ii, priviic elta,
Btiu. fii ImtM
141 :HUT MTSIEC RV9MS
ria vnr titti Hi cMtrilt Bn.leiit.
i. A BAY CUE PH!f
frea ftrr tvii Un
A'T flf it'Hi If !..! lt Jfir
i llllllillil II !
Don't Stny Contln(cI. Ilooilnchy,
llllloiis, Willi Itrrfllb Mad or
No odds how bad your ilver. stoni
ach or bowels; How mtirh vour head
aches, how mlaemble and uncom
fortable you are from a cold consti
pation, biliousness and sluggish bow
els you always got relief lth Cag
Don't let your stomach. Hvor nnd
bowels nmke you miserable Take
Csscarcts tonight; put an end to the
hondnchc, blllousnosH, dizziness, nor
vousnoss, sick, sour, gnssy atomncli,
Imtl cold, offensive bronth and all
otber distress; eloanso your Insldo
organs of all the bile, gases and con
stipated matter which la producing
A 10-ccnt box means honlth. hap-
pluoss nnd a clear head for months.
All druggists soil Cascarots. Don't
forget the children their llttlo In
sldcs need a gentle cleansing, too.
Auto Service from Eagle Point
to Medford and Back
Tho ttudorsjgnod will lonvo Frank
Lewis' confectionery every day ox
copt Sunday for Medford with his
auto at 1 o'clock p. in., arriving at
2:00 p. m. Lcavo Nash Hotol, Med
ford, at C00 p. m arrlvo Eaglo
Point nt COO p. m. A part of tho
traffic Is solicited. S. H. HAUN'ISH,
Knglo Point, Oregon.
LADIES! SECRET 10
Bring back color, gloss and thickness
with Grandma's recipe of Sage
Common gsrdon sapo hrcwol Into a
heixvy tea, -uitli sulphur ami alcohol
added, uill turn gray, etreakod and
fiuixl hair boautlfully dark find luxuri
ant; rmioo every hit of dandrulT, stop
soalp itching and falling hair. Mixing
tho Sago Tea and Sulphur rccijHS at home,
though, lit troulilcrtomo. An easier way is
to get Uio rcady-to-uno tonic, coating
about CO cents a large lottlo, at drug
sUircs, known as "UveUi'n Sago and
Sulphur Hair Ilemody," thus avoiding a
lot of muss.
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not
sinful, mo all lflre lo retain our youth
ful ap.'fuanco and AttractivorutR. Uy
darkening your lialr with Wyetli'a Sago
nnd Sulphur, no one can tell, because it
does It so naturally, so ovcnly. You
inet dampen a spongo or tolt brush with
t and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a timet by
morning all gray hairs have disappoarcil.
After another application or two your
hair lieeomm Ixuutlfully dark, g!oy,
soft ami luxuriant and you appear years
OLD-TIME COLD CURE
DRINK HOT TEA!
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(Set a small package of Hamburg
Tlresdt Tea, or as the Herman folks
call it. "llmhiiror Hrunt Th.v," at anv
piiarmaoy. lake a tsbleepoonful of th"
ta, put a rup of boding water uMn
it, our tlirouiih a sice and drink a
teoeup full at any time during the
day or before retiring. It ia the most
otIectie way to break a cold nnd cure
grip, as it opens the lure of the skin,
reheiing congestion. Also loosens tho
luwels, thus breaking up a cold.
Try it the next time yoir Buffer from
a cold or the grip, It U inexpensne
and entirely vegetable, therefore wfe
STIFF. OK JOINTS
Rub Soreness from jointa and musclej
with a small trial bottle of
old St. Jacobs Oil i
Stop ' i .mng" Itheumatisni.
It's p'n only; not on rasa fn fifty
rsquirt-s internal trsaUtwat. Hub south
ing, rH-uetrstuiK "St. Jacobs Oil" right
on th "trader snot," sni by the tuna
you say Jack Robinson out eoms tbe
rrieumatio psin. "St. Jacob's Oil" i
a harmless rheuinstwm cure which never
itiasppoinU and dnesn't burn the skin It
Ui.Sn psin, soreness and atitfnest frnoi
sclunif joints. Muscles and bows; Uil
sciatioa, lumbsfo, bksch, n.uralis.
Limbsr up! Chi i 21 eot bottle
of old-time, honest ''St. Jacob Oil"
from atii ilrn More, and in a raoiaint
jou'H . fn. Ir un psin- she anl
titfn IXu't atiffer' Rub ri.'cfea
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