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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Winslow, Indiana SAVED FROM DEATH RT PISTOL SHOTS Long Beach (Cat.) Man Is Seri ously Injured in a Most Peculiar Accident. ANGRY MULEY COW CHASES MEN UP TREE TRAPPED ON BRIDGE Hung With Stiffening Finger# to Slender Iron Rod on End of Big Bascule-—Leg Amputated to Save Life. Docile "Bossy” Loses Tempef When Sold and Furnishes Amusement for Crowd. NEVER ENTIRELY WIPED OUT The Bachelor Survives In Great Numbers, Despite Attacks of Most Skillful Foes. Winchester, Ind.—A muley cow, hitherto as docile as a lamb, did a circus stunt at RIdgeville the other day and almost frightened two men out of their wits. The men furnished much amusement for a crowd of onlookers and the cow furnished the ex-» citement, which was fast and furious lor some time. Lewis Day had sold the animal to Morris Smithson and when he delivered her he made the mistake of not tying her down to the wagon. When the cow arrived at Long Beach, Cal.—Edward Markgrai!^ aged thirty, an employe of the Edison power plant on the inner harbor, passed through a thrilling and terrifying exi)€rienco the other night, whlct he will remember to his dying day. Clinging with stiffening fingers te a slender iron rod on the end of the bascule bridge over the harbor en trance as it rose in air following the passage of a freight train, Markgraff said afterwards that all of his pasa life rose before him and the agonj caused by his fall was soothed bj the thankful knowledge that he wat still alive. Only the presence of mind of his companion Harry Haff, and the quick wit of the bridge tender saved Markgraff from a frightful fall and probable death by drowning. Markgraff and Haff are employed on the night shift at the Edison company and were on their way to work shortly after midnight and as is theii custom walked across the bascule bridge. They had nearly reached the end, feeling their way along in the darkness, when the bridge tender, be« fore starting on a patrol of the jetties thought to raise the draw in case a boat should seek passage in the channel, it being required to keep the channel open when trains are not using the bridge. Haff felt the premonitor3P shiver of the structure US it responded to the levers and gave a long jump to safety on the abut ments. Markgraff was a few feet behind him, too far to jump, but as the Bachelors, like the poor, wo have always with us. They never become extinct. The rising army each year is attacked by an opposing army of females, and each individual Is. of course, defeated and led away to the slaughter; yet, in spite of this fact, the bachelor still persists. Many things conspire to keep him going; for one, there are the cities. Bachelors who live In cities leam to be very comfortable. They can arrange their home decorations to suit themselves, and can at any time bring home a friend to dinner without any criticism from the managemenL Bachelors who live in cities can also eat and drink what they please without Interference, and so far as all the material comforts are concerned, they can regulate their lives to suit themselves. On the other hand, the thing that depletes the ranks of the bachelors more than anything else is lonesomeness. Many bachelors are willing to put up with almost any kind of a hard life so long as they can get someone to share it with. Ease and luxury are, after all, among the minor concerns; after a . bachelor has experienced them for a sufficient length of time he is willing to get married, if only to have someone to quarrel with. Man is always looking for trouble.— Life. ERUPTION COVERED BODY Made Bee Line for a Fence. Ridgeville she took it into her head to “start something.” The men succeeded in climbing into the wagon and the cow started down the railroad tracks. Day and Smithson chased her and when they reached an open field the cow turned on them. Smithson, who weighs more than 200 pounds, and is somewhat slow of foot made a bee line for a fence. Just as his coat tails disappeared on the other side the cow lunged for him. Day had taken refuge behind a tree and the cow went on about her business until Day thought he would persuade her to return to town. She was not in a mood to obey commands and when she caught a glimpse of Day she started for him with lowered head. Day beat her to a tree by'about three feet. SAY SHE IS “BLACK WITCH” Young Indian Girl Accused of Causing Sickness and Death on the Reservation. “Three years ago this winter I had a breaking out that covered my whole body. It itched so it seemed as if I should go crazy. It first came out in little pimples on my back and spread till it covered my whole body and limbs down to my knees, also my arms down to my elbows. Where I scratched it made sores, and the terrible itching and burning kept me from sleeping. I tried several reme dies all to no purpose. Then I concluded to try the Cuticura Remedies. I used the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, also the Resolvent, for about four months, and they completely cured me of eczema. I have had no return of the disease since. I never had a good night’s rest after the skin eruption first broke out till 1 commenced using the Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I had only used them a few days before I could see they were beginning to heal, and the terrible itching was gone. “Those that lived in the house at the time know how I suffered, and how the Cuticura Soap and Ointment cured me. , I never take a bath without using the Cuticura Soap, and I do not believe there are better remedies for any skin .disease than the Cuticura Soap and Ointment.” (Signed) Miss Sarah Calkins, Waukegan, 111.. Mar. 16,    1911. Although Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to “Cuticura,” Dept. L, Boston. Children Cry for Fletcher’s The    You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over 30 years, has home the signature of and has heen made under his personal supervisión since its Infancy» Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and •‘Just-as-good” are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substituto for Castor OU, Paregoric, Brops and Soothing Symps. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic snhstance. Its ago is its    I*    destroys    Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Blarrhoea and WTind CoUc. It reUeves Teething Tronhles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS I Bears the Signature of Lz. Exact Copy of Wrapper. The End You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 Yeara Malone, N. Y.—Down on the St. Regis Indian reservation, which lies partly in the state of New York and partly in the province of Quebec, a young Indian girl, aged sixteen years, has been raising a furore, and the Indians assert she is a witch. Her name is lola Razon. When she as finally declared to be a "black Impracticability. This thing of doing in Rome as the Romans do is not always the best plan, says the Popular Magazine. If you don’t believe it Miss Jane Addams, the famous sociological worker of Chicago, will tell you a story to prove it. Miss Addams knew a wealthy woman who delighted in doing works of charity, such as sending missionaries to foreign fields, and on one occasion she put up the money to send a missionary to the Caroline Islands. Soon after his arrival on the scene of his activities the religious man sent his benefactress a photograph of himself and his wife. Whereupon, the rich woman wrote the man of God a letter, suggestin.5 that his wife, in order to win the confidence of the natives, should throw away her fine clothes and. wear the costume of the islands. Two months later she received this answer: - “inclosed is the complete costume worn by native women. My wife awaits further word from you before adopting It.” The native dress conslted of piece of woven straw, two inches wide and eight inches long.t Knew Something Aoout It. The small boy of the household was not notably proficient In sacred lore, but when his sister asked him, “Where was Solomon’s temple?” he indignant-resented the supposed impeachment of his stock of information, and retorted: “Don’t you think I know anything?’’ She assured him that she did not doubt that he knew, but urged him to state for her benefit. Though not crediting her sincerity, he finally exclaimed, curtly: ‘On the side of his head, of course, where other folk’s are! D’you s’pose I’m a fool?" Emptied His Revolver, witch” she was transformed into an object of dread. The Indians say that when she appears among them either some of their live stock die, children get sick or dogs run mad and make nights hideous with their howls. The medicine men have been consulted and with their spells tried to Tired of It. The four-year-old had taken his reproof in a gratifying spirit, had admitted his fault, and sued sweetly for pardon. Encouraged by his receptive attitude, his mother ventured to add a few general ethical truths; but with the first hint of transition from the concrete to the abstract a mild resentment dawned in his eye. “Mother,” he demanded, respectfully but firmly, “when is this conversation going to stop?”—Harper’s Bazar. Revenge Is Sweet. “The drinks is on me,” said the little man with the greasy vest. “I’m feelln’ good and I don’t care what happens.” “What’smatter?” said the barkeep “Birthday?” “No,” replied the little man. took mp wife down to the river to the Echo rocks and she’s so durn mad she’s speechless. For the first time in her life she didn’t get in the last word. Here’s to the echo.”—Cincin nati Enquirer. Why Rent a Farm and be compelled to pay to your landlord most of your hard-earned profits? Own your ovvn farm. Secure a Free Homestead in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, or purchase ‘One ought, every day at least, to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture and, if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words.”—Goethe. Kill the Flies Now and Prevent disease. A DAISY FLY KILLER will do it. Kills tho'jsands. Lasts all season. 15 cents each at dealers or six sent prepaid forfl.(K). H. SOMERS, 150 De Kalb Av., Brooklyn, N. Y. The man who says he would be willing to die for a girl during the courtship stunt may after marriage he had. wish land in one of these districts and bank profit of $10.00 or $112.00 an acre every year. Land purchased 3 years ago at $10.00 an acre has recently changed hands at $25.00 an acre. The crops grown on these lands warrant the advaoce. You can Become Rich by cattle raising.dairying.mixed farming and grain Rowing in the provinces of Manltob ^ Saskatchewan and Alberta. Free homestead and preemption areas, as well as land held by railway and land companies, will provide homM tor millions. Adaptable aoll. haaltkfnl climate, Bpleadld ach«>ola and chvrchea.doodrallwaya. For settlers rates, descrlpUve llteratnro “lAst Best West," how to reaich the country and other p ticulars, write to Sup’tol Inn gralion, Ottawa, Canada, or to' CanadlaJi Qovemiuent Agent. W H Rogm,1Z5W. mntiiSL,»M»Qty.M«. CJ.BroigMaa.412Mmha«tsL.iT.BMg..Qilcags Please write to the agent nearest yon Before retiring, a cup of Garfield Teal For good digestion and continued good health. The energy some men waste in making fools of themselves would make a fortune in any other line of endeavor. IF YOU WANT TO BEGIN OR ÉXPAND business write the Board of Trade. Wey bum Baskut-chewan. We want Industries, retailers and whol^ salera Electric power, water, fuel cheap Bui.ders with capital needed. Population doubled this year. PATENTS WataoB E. ColemaB.Wasl* Ingtoii. u.t:. Books free, nigl*-eet referenoea. Best reeuUaa W. N. U., ST. LOUIS, NO. 19-1912. FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS. Some women complain that they periodically suffer Irpm dull and heavy ^1» in£s. or dizziness in the head, nervousness, pain and bearmg-down feelings wtuctt -    ...    as    ________ Y>._a    .m«rA«war    $fi if draw, started up he dropped to the ground and began to crawl down the other way. The time required for this was fatal and the big draw rose rapidly to Its height of 85 feet In air, leaving Markgraff swinging over the channel and clinging to the slender rods of the bridge, with his body swinging to and fro in a stiff wind blowing in from the ocean. Haff gave a yell, but his voice was blown away In the wind. Quick as thought he drew a revolver and as fast as he could pull the trigger emptied It. Bridge Tender Fulton heard the shooting and ran to the edge of the channel. He saw Haff motioning In the air and quick to grasp the situation hastened to the tower house and began lowering the bridge aided by Haff. When lowered to within fifteen feet of the ground he paused a second, and the slackening shiver was sufficient to shake Markgrafl’s feeble hold and he fell to the ground. He was unconscious when picked up and was hurried to a local hospital where It was found that besides suffering from shock and concussion his left leg was BO badly crushed that It had to b© amputated. Removes Lion’s Claw. Chicago.—^Half a dozen physicians and a score of veterinarians performed an operation on a lion belonging to a circus here. The brute was rendered unconscious and a claw removed from bis paw. To remove nicotine from the teeth, disinfect the mouth and purify the breath after smoking, Paxtine is a boon to all. At druggists, 25c á box or eent postpaid on receipt of price by The Paxton Toilet Co.. Boston, Mass. Saving Steps. , Gibson—^But the house la over a mile from the station, you admit. Agent—Yes, but the rooms are so small you will only have to walk the baby eight feet from his little crib.— Harper’s Bazar. Paradise Lost. “Blingley, why does Oldboy refuse to speak to you? You used to be great friends.” “Yes, when we were bachelors; but he’s married now.” “And what difference does that make?” “Well, the fact is. I made him a handsome wedding present of a book, and he hasn’t spoken to me since.” “What was the book?” “ ‘Paradise Lost.’ ” Stop the Pain. The hurt of a burn or a cut atop» when Cole’s Carbollsalve is applied. It heals quickly and prevents scars. 25c and 50c by dri^slsts. For free sample write to J. W. Cole & Co.. Black River Falls, WU. Didn’t Want Him to Laugh. Hewitt—You would make a donkey laugh. Jewett—Cut out your hilarity. Don’t make shipwreck ol your health when a oourse ol Garfield Tea can cure you of Indigestion. If woman did not turn man out of paradise, she has done her best ever since to make it ujt to him.—Frederick Sheldon. Her Chief Characteristic. Miss Green, who was giving the class a lesson In mythology, turned suddenly to one^ untidy little fellow afid said: “Brownman, tell me for what virtues Diana was especially celebrated.” “For takin’ baths.” replied Brownman promptly. A Quarter Century Before tbe-public. Over Five Million Free Samples given away each year. The constant and increasing sales from samples niY>ves the genuine merit of Allen's F<^t« Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes for Tired, Aching, Swollen Tender feet. Sample free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, K. Y. Smokers like LEWIS' Single qigwr for its rich mellow quality. Binder She Bacanna an Object of Draad. Why They Struck. Chicago.—^Walters of the Illinois Athletic club went on strike when they saw the words “no tipping allowed” printed on the noranu cards. They make $60 a month In wages, they say. Hatched Grpeshoppers. Qraham, Mo.—^After hatching chickens tn an inhnbator, Allen McNeal hatched a swarm of grasshoppers in the same incubator to feed Um yoosd aprlng friea. depose the evil spirit, but In vain. The squaws instructed their children ta shun the “witch girl," and warnings against her were given. At a council the chiefa decided that the “witch girl” must leave the tribe at once, and she went to Luseme xnountaSn, where she has an uncle engaged in basket making. Tbe Uttie Indian is bright for her years and Is ambitious to beeoma a teacher among her people and put an end to their superstltions. She has been to school and by a few atmple tricka which she performed by way of entertainment suited tbe hue imd ery of her baring the “devil aplrtt.’* Tell your troubles, and your friends will see to It that you have plenty to UU. No, CoMella, tbe grass widow is anything but green. a m- Where the Leak Was. Boarder (excitedly)^—There’S mor afloat—” Mistress—Jennie, turn off tbe water In room %I—^Judge. should not ocoar to the normal healthy woman. But most every wom^ is subjcit to these pains at some time in her life, due to abnormal conditions in hie, such a I lEMC Usgauo BES» waaav eaaaaw    J    ^    E    a    •    .    ^    •    i_ as corsets, over-taxed strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet t^t, sluggi^ Uver, etc. A regulator and female tonic made from native medicinal roots with pore glycerin, and without the use of alcohol, called Ulki PIE»CE»S EAVOEIXE EEESCMEXIOM, proven its value in thonsands of cases, like the following: M«g Dona M. Martin, of Auburn, Nebr., Roots 1. Box 84. laysi “I thought 1 would write yon In regard to what your medicines ha^ dona for me. I have used them for thirty years for female troul^ and general weakness with the very best resulL and th^ have savrf me bundr^B of dollars In doctors’ bills. I buy the Fav^te tion' and^Geld»! Medical Dlseovery ’ and take them twther. was disappointed In your remedies and take pl«wure in them to any suffering lady. 1 am now almost fifty y«^ 9*^ five 1 took your n^lcines.^«h kindfc and J    ^ easily and left ms fat a«d healthy. I VHfi    .hon« If any lady cares to wrtte me, 1 will gladly tell her nune about the good work of yourmedicmes.’’ Dr. Pierce’s Great Family Doctor Book, The People’e Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-tote editicm—of 1008 pages, answers hosts of delicate quwtions which every woman, single or married, ought to know. Sent free in cloth binding to any address on reeeipt of 31 one-oent oorec cost of wraiv«»$ MB&UABxm. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES *2.50 *5.00 *3.50 *4.00 *4.50«»5.0d FOR MCN, WOMCN AND BOYS W.Ii. Don»iM B4.00. ft4.fi0AB5.00 shoes equal Custom W. L. Douglas m^es an^ ■¡air other kCturer in tíie world. loglas M.OO. B4.50 & $5.00 sh<^ Benim 1170x11 costing $6.00 td Dyspeptics, despair not I GacflM Tea, there’s hope. Whlla 1hei«*s A fellow can make á hit with a girt by telling how much be mlaeea her. Murdere Jt. H«sritt—He never apeaks correctly. Jewett—No; he is a rtiguiar alaugh-ter bouae of the English language. Mm. Wtealow’s Bootblng Byrnp for Children teething, softens tbe gums, reduces Inflammsr tien* allays pain* enree wlad eolie, tte a bottle. Maay a man Is kept busy during his spare time in explaining tfainwi to his wife.    * 'Oae pair of W. A. Oougfae 09.00 or09.SO Soye* «Aoee mitt pomitlooty outmmar tmf poirm of otPmr makom. Why does W* L. Douglas make and sell more fine dioes than any othermanuhbctarer in die wovld 7 BECAUSEi he etomips his nsttw Bud pries <Mi the bottoriiaiKÍ jsuuwitess the vmhiep which protecta the weiMr egein»! high prices »nd In- fertorshoes of other makes. BECAUSEi they are the most •conomical and satisfactory; you can save nMMteybjM WJLDouglaeshoes. BECAUSEi th«y Ifrxs, write Bhtm BsiU sverywhére dsnvery chsfgw prepeid.    FUsS    Osier    PmA I for style. Spooiai Oaor to PHnioro ink made In Savannah, Qa. hf the SCHITMEim OIL A INK CO., Savannah, 6a. Price 0 cents This paper is SOUTHER! Death Lurks In A Weak Heart r :    -■    "-i'-    Í    '

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