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The Traction Trust
GEORGE BRONSON HOWARD.
Author ol "Snobs, "God'e Man." Etc
Dually Iiaxnigan; district attorney
of Now York, attacks tho liquor and
vice-trust?. Ho is killed by an agont
of a secret c?aloty.'tho commtttooof
iifuonn. His son, Bruca Larnigan, is
elected district attornoy 'and toke J
up tho fl slit. Braes is in loco with
Dorothy 'Maxwell,, whoso father is
head of tho insurance trust.
? Bruce JLarnigan is decoyed to an
o <dl resort in. an offort to trame him
up. Ha beats tho conspirators by.
having tho polioo.oommlssionor pres
ont. A Uro otaria in a tenement
across tho way. L arni gnu saves the
children of Dow, ono of tho conspira
tors. This man agre;* *to expose tho
trust. Ho ls murdered by tho gang.
|BC"GF. LARNIGAN'S crushing
?? defect, of the tenement honse
..trust,'., resulting in the murder
>.--. by tho graft syndicate, itself of,
Anton X>0w, who. wns about to glv; (
Bruce/evldcnc? .ngsdrst. the fifteen'.
. ser^:?!d:tQ.Bhotv'. Stopford Stone ?nd the- j
remainingjin?mbers of- the graff syn
dicatb'4hat fu Bruce they faced a foe
far; moi;o dangerous to Uiem than ills
mm-d?red . fut her -had. ever : ie cn..
,' Stanford - Stone, the- secret' ^bpad '. of
the powerful ?raft syndicate, had de-1
Splscd Bruc? lu the beginning.- ..Kpw he
WAJ9; beginning to/fear l?m. And the
fact that lie'-was"iii love with*. 'DorotUjr.
^ii?^wcl?. tl*c '?ci.", v.'ho was? Bruces ,
?nnec?, cnly -Increased his determina
tion t?'gefc}r.lil br Bruce.'
lt was impossible for Stunford Stone
to-wprlr in the open. It seemed to him
, own connection with the graft syndl-,
cate, Kvpu Bruce, Larnlgnn..was so far
from suspecting lt*that after tho death;
Antoni Dow Le.conllded many of Ida
plana for. the future to Stone.
.'.Dow's death ia uufbrr?t?ate," ? he j
iflid 'Stone. .'Mle was:a villain, fait'lie |
"^jvas .about to turu over.' n'"' uew leaf.
: Se-would, haye been a useful witness
'it??'r7<t^o^pfo^l have Other Irons In |
the Ure' ; I am more . anil ; more,- eon
viuced that nil the graft-in this city,
runs ultimately ?to n central spot:-that
' ono man dominates all th?corrupt ole
aieuta,'- I .can't strike at any p?rllt'u
inr form of^gr?ft? no matter what It
may- be, without weakening 'that groat
central power.". ^-'.'^^^^^^^^^i
"That sounds reasonable." said Stone
.Bympathetlcally. . . -j^m^^i^l T
"Mow. fdr/mstancc/' sald. Bruce...,"!
uni nlaihjnft. to look Info Vthe opera- I
t0#ih?r Picked Up'.? *h? D?ct?phens
tiena ;of tho traction trust, I am es
vl^eed. that whole organisation l?-ri
died with jrroffc and that the city 1
''Lsijng;'iootp^ *ight nnd ioit ia conn
t'to?: iVjfb!th?*"fi?w bave
'got ?ivic?y ev?detic?e yetf butrl,in>'rty
?. af ter ?itv"'Andi :^ni?y1^'^'iyotrr-he5p
: ?T A'm st; y??t, servlcs^-Sald Stone,
v M??JV-VQ told yon befors?? I f?c?. a? a
public spirited citizen, that It is my
i?rtny' te Conoid you le the fight yon
V But ?e-?ooncr wea Stone alone than
: hts fki&ffi&- trbujf?tfK?d end-t^tafced'
by hate ?is? mallee. .WiUiout de?ayJib
"?*hW' ?c,Ibid B?f?o?t that;
^ninbt tw'si?iod. - .? .
M?tmp of a ??W'hflr
" o?, ; (l$f? t?n?^orjd v tarbup,
by a Prominent Author
WEIR and ??OE BRANDT
lim Manufacturing Company
il Film M nufactuiini; Company.)
tv '<:?? ;w-'.-. s,;--v *.-...!.?-..?,-.>?o?s....rj.p?
Through men and women, un y wu to
him he got into touch - with Bruce Lar*'
ulgan's chauffeur. This wan, seeming.;
ly respectable and actually faithful
I enough to Bruce, had a dark BPOX in.
his life. Black managed to learn ,of
this and so got the man Bonner into
hts grip. He nrrnnged lo have . Bon-,
ner drive Larnlgau through the pnrk
while'.gunmen were plnuted there, - .
Stanford Stone by means of a dle
taphono was able to keep lu close
touch with Black's movements, since
he never for u moment trusted-Black.
On the day after his conversation'with
Bruce, however. Stone, listening over
the dictaphone, nodded with" approval.
Bruce he kuew was coming to seo him.
Afterword. Bonner -should be ublo to
take him through the park.. And tben
tho graft nyndlcutca. most dang&rou.
enemy would be romnvedl
... Bruce arrived while Black was still
discussing his plans. ' With htm wa?
"We're not renKj together. Mr.
Stone," she said gayly. "I'm looking
for papa. I thought bo might be here."
"I'm sorry ho Isn't. Miss Dorothy,*"
said Stone. "But if you'll call up
Boyd Perirose's office I think you'll get
him. I'll toke Larnlgau Outside while
porotby smiled her thanks. -She
was left alone mid by pure' accident
picked up thc. dictaphone receiver. T,o
her horror and amazement she boa vd
Black giving the "ibm! j orders"' for
Bruce's murder. Oer heart almost stop-.
ped. but abo managed to'control her
self and heard enough to p?t her in
possession of. nil tho "details Qf the plot.
Then;.schooling her featured; she went
out and joined Bnice nnd Stone.
. "I think i'll go straight Oji?me. I
can't reach papn." Rho said. "."Coming.
; He nodded n farewell te''Stone and
went down with lier. Atth& #urb sh?
seized his Oi.ni.
"Bruce, where are you, going?" she
ask?d.tchsely. . j j$l|>
"-^To OTO fii? o??".l?iiu--um. ?>t?;v?<i^, *"
he said. "He's a uews^aper rahu, and
we're going to pull olV/n' stunt together."
"Let me tnlu? you there,*'; she lirged.
"Please, Brneel Scud Bonner homo
iiio?e. I want ro show, yortr.how my
new car runs."
no thought nptbmg. of her request
and was glad to yield. Bonner* ; star
tis.d ?nd.dismayed, saw what lmd hup.
pened, aud at once, instead of going
home os bo was told to do. lie".hurried
to Black. '
"Damnr'v said Black. "Well, we'll
have to get, those fellows and\..plant
them near Lam Jgan's house. Como on;
take mo.through the park. ? It's riskier,
I bot that can't bOhelpcpV' "
I Bonner obeyed. They hurried Into
? the park., and nt the .fatal spot,- ns
' ???sck stood up, a volley rang out.: The
?'gun men had mistaken.their employer
for their victim. Black f?ll dead!
Mesnwhilo Dorothy bait. w.'ttted for
Bruce during his talk With Stevens und
'.had then driven hun home. They
''found Mrs. Larnlgau .in .tears. : Tho
bolder of tho mortgS^>^.'her) house
. bad - arbitrarily refused give ber
moro . time, and her lawyer ;had told
her that lie h?? found no oho,willing
.:to. taka lt up; good aa waa tho security.
. Bruce saw in thl? o-Wot .on the part:
"of tho fifteen to pun sh him. Bui Doro
thy, -without telling him of ber inten?
tiona, determined to save him.... '
"Everything will como out all righi*"
She bad ! some property of; ; her . own,
and ?ho went straight to her father
^??ftdyasked him to advance her a large
acm on cermm securitles. .' He laughed
n ho did. HO, giving her the money in
. casi?. . .'"".. "'", ?-,- '.. ,\ '[??]'[
"What do you want it for?" be
'-, Sha told him, and.: tliough' abe saw
.tho startled., look thst^camauinib his
- ^yes^.'ihi?i did not- Uiiowj the reason ?nor
that it -was Hog?r Mskwell'? insumuc??
company that had tk rea ten ed to fore
close 'wv. Mrs. Latnigpn^. house. ' Vy^;
it *raa'trdo--sbo had nnwit^ingly : de*.
;;feate?'-a P?AO concocted .b*^' her father
and Stanford Stone.
Mnx^irssid nothlmi^o'boroth'y of
the truth. /Perhaps he darM^ot Pe?t:
hana lt was because iiw^dft?t1 he learn
ed what she . ??>?arit to do Bsrd Pen.
to?o, his' o!d .'fHenoVld^r^^?o?Khter.
*?hbc?, oho?- of porotby*3 best girl;
? friend?;; v/?t? Canh?nn?cd;- .Penrose,
tvas h??iS: ot the traction1 trust, ile
?at&;;:t?i^ . mn^y;-.l,nrs*??i?s'.;?a'
\-c?nmom . Aji'd;';in th?. course -'of.'tb*'
talk th?l?c?de?fc^jf i^)^tUg0b'^?t--'
-ed to bo" forgotten.
, it was the?r>?3rt d^y that Bra^'ii^f
Tko graft: in that might rou to mil*
Ilona''' '?aid Jim, appalled. "And tho
dongeiS-my God! 'J'he whole thing
might collupse at any iniuute!"
.'Get the facta down-aud print
them." said Bruce, "i'll stuy here to
get moro evidence if Jl can. t dou't
think they suspect, na yet"
Stevens obeyed. But nt tho otUcp ot
his paper Instead of being praised tor
his entorprlso in securing u. wonder
ful story ho was bitterly n Mucked, by
his mnttngiug editor. Steveus bad not
known it hitherto, but bin paper was a
tool of the graft syndicate and was
preparing ot that tuomeut to launch a
bitter attack upon Bruce Lnruigad.
Tho, story Stevens turned In wu? torn
up. Ile himself was sutnuiarily dis
But that, uv lt turned out. was a
fatso move, .for it only aroused the
fighting blood of Stevens. He went
from newspaper .to newspaper, until
dually in tho ofDco of tho Independent
ha iou til . aa editor wl?b 4-ourago
enough to face the coanequence? of
defying the trust.
'They may smash us," he said, "but
Larnigsn is tn the riy?t. und we'll J
back bim up. Wo'll begin by printing
your story and putting you on our
staff. Go qnt and get as much moro
stuff of'.this sort ns you can."
A new danger threatcued. however,
for Stanford Stone had been" In the of
fice of Stevens* paper tulkioK.to the
managing editor, when the reporter
made his 'report. Unseen by Stevens,
he had beard ovcryti?ng und so knew
th?t^ Bruce, in disguise, was working
aa a laborer In the subway. At once
he saw n.chance to crush bis enemy.
He weet to Penrose, nnd.thorwo con
cocted a new scheme' for Brace's de
Bruce; suspecting nothing, was pleas
ed by tho praise that Kelly, ostensibly
"Gvc-yiliirig will -Como out all right/*
the foreman of tho Work, bot actually |
the personal representative and graf$
collector of Penrose.' gaye bim fer his.
Bruco grinned bis thanks. He waa
dlsjKJsed to like pelly and to believe
thnt.'the: inan7 did tint understand the
rottenness^of the-work that was bel?g
doue. Kelly, a? was afterward- to np
penr. was. a good actor .wanted ??n the
Jdt> he held Herefused, la sylto of
Ponroso's urgent:;*, to be hurried.
"You'd be wdntln' Irina to ??mell a
rat." he sold. "He's no fool, that lad.-.
Ho takes careful ban?lln*-s?ch ns;be
gets from inc. .L'nyo lt to me. Misther
Penrose. TH see'lbut he goes to king*
dom come. Lave, lt to Kelly!" '
.?'. Day hy. doyKelly sitw. to lt that
Brue? got better work .'and more Im
portant td: do- He. prohied l?l?u. en
couraged bini. And ho did hill Bruce'?
suspicions, so .that when, at .last bo
was. ready to strike Bruce trusted
"It's toime yea learned tho Martin".
That's the-worrie that pays.*" said Kel
ly: ;*Take this dynamite ??cartridge,
now. a nd carry lt into the Minnel. The
piuco to set it ls mhrrked wld n red
crfoss. Tho bole. the driller left ls
there. Ye see, ye carry tlia wire along.
Then when -ye* come back ye:report
?nd intUt?! Ute eontnct-^iid tiiffi "Alsy
^?liit-seel1 -Don't be droppln' that
... Brr.ce obeyed. - Working lil? way Into
the tunnehi. But nhoVe. when Kelly,
came out'Penrose was walting by-the
electric switch. ?' :
"Aiay does lt. sorrrv:^^.^K?Wfi
."Gire bini time io get tl* Cpd and
starrt back. Then I'll touch the switch
-httd good night Lnrnljmn!""
;-. .i,entend???w-i'?*aMi t'enrose. "Here., t
must ifef'.irijr. j?lrhvu?r. .fhey're ln
spectm&the" w;ork... 1 dr,n"? want.them
to tnk???y ?h'anttei"
Dorothy and Mabel. tn?tHMl. were
near by. ;\And;w
Brute. She bad an. accomplishment
that ?ow of her, friend?^^ix*ted*~s
conk! read-Ups. A?t? so, ?hott?h
of hearing, she thew tv kat Kelly ?
Penrose bsd, said. At enc? Khe slip
toto tiie tunnel after Bruce.
.'Come quickly! ; There's a plot
kill your she ecreanitd,, ''Drop
stick and run 5 Don't ?sk roe
Bi-uce obeyed.. Together ?hey ran for
. tho street And Jes* os tbey got ont
of tho funnel iberowoodall roar is?
hin? ihm* .Bra? ???A p?Wrtnrtd. ?..
^hences, for inp ? ro?leh cement.jpivje
:&a&*t?mi& &?i itv ana Bard fetf
rbswi sttUaK - iji hi? ; nutofflohilo. ; wae
ef?cp?'-to Ma dee th.
WORKMEN AUK ICK30UKP
Worts ?a Alaskan Railroad to Begin
Warrington, T;oc. 23.-Fifteen
hundred men. pioneers, building the
Eovei-nm.cnt Alaskan railroad, arc Ice
locked la Anchorage, America's near
est f ron tier town, walting'to resume
work with tho first appearance of the
William C. Eides, chairman of, the
Alaskan railroad commission, just re
turned from Alaska, to report to Sec
retary Lane, brought news from tho
marrobned camp. He said thousands
of tons of freight for Anchorage. In
cluding a supply of California turkeys
meant for holiday feasting, <3 being!
held at Seward, while tho road build
ers have to content themselves with
canned gooda and dried meats, of
which they haye a plentiful supply.
Navigation in Cook inlet closed earlier
than was expected and steamers car
rying cargoes for tte new port wero
forced to return to Seward'.
Some of the freight was material
wanted for winier work artd m TO
was needed -for the carly spring rush.
About thirty-five mlleo of new road
bed, including numerous minor
b?iupt?-i and culvc-i tn, W&? oinp'-^t^?
during the paBt year. The line when
completed will extend from Seward,
on Resurrection Bay, to Fairbanks, on
the Tan an a river. 471 miles and will
include thc existing Alaska Northern
Railroad from Seward, seventy-one
milos through- thc Kerna peninsula to
Turnagain Arm, and a branca Une
from Matanuska Junction thirty-eight
miles Vo open the Matanuska coal
Kohls. Mr; Edes said he thought, tho
road will be completed in a little
moro than flvo yearB and without de
veloping any dHUcult engineering
Swans Tonghi to Swim.
You're acquainted with, tho prover
bial phrase, "like a duck takes to the
water." That may apply all right to
ducks, but there are some water birds
which have to be taught to swim, just
like we do. They bato.tho water ot
first as much as a boy Oites the bath
tub. One of these birds, which takes
swimming lessons from Its parents,. Is
the black necked swan.
The swan babies are called cygnets.
They are hatched In a elaborate, nest
which the parent swan builds along
the edge of . a pool. Ta? Httlecygnots
are able, to walk and'runs as soon aa
they "are out of their shells, but they
can't swirrj. ;
So the mother swan'''takes them for
a little ferry ride. Sho. puts them on
her back and starts out across th~
pond. The Lady swans, frightened. at
first, soon get'used to seeing water all
; One day. thc mother .swan'turns her
long neck and .giveo .her .babies ; a
gentle push: Into the water. Such a
scramble and splash!" Tho babies
flounder *y?o__ii s__._v-: "olr to
get back ein their mother's dry feath
ers;'Finally they learn that their feet
aro webbed /^addles, given them for
swimming purposes,, and they are abie
to glide over the' water-as gracefully
Real Hcrsenower VB. Mechanical.
"in Western and Southern States,",
says Farm and Fireside, "horses. can
bo k,ept for ? year as low. aa $60.
In states where feed-la hlglt, thc cost
may reach ?120, and for the entire
United States ls:$83:50. The figures
preceding take Into, account, shooing,
veterinary -charges, housing, and
"Thb.: average horse" develops coven
tenths of a horsepower.
;^The weight of iihe team ought to bo
eight-finies tho'draft of tho plow, un
der average conditions..
"A horao caii pull with a -force
equal- to abouo \ one-eighth bf its
weight cohUnucclsly^ for eight hours
nt a speed of two and a' half miles an
' Tao United States has one-fourth
of all the horses In the world. . Tho
world's supply before the war, began,
was 100,000,000. .
"A furrow fourteen Inches wide and
five Inches deep, requires a draft of
310 pounds in ordinary loara SSH. A
furrow eight inches deep requires 460
pounds draft." - ' .
.. Incorporating the Pawn.
In Minnesota; Bays Farm and Fire
side, la a Scotch fanner named' Mc
callum w'ao thoujKh out.? new ways to
increase the efficiency of his- property
and keep his'children <m the. farm. .
Tho reBult.of ilia scheme IB tat eight
of his niuo .cH'.Jren arc farmer^':.:j?ii
glad to remain sb'.
?Mir'. Mccallum had his farm ihcor
porated'aB a business; Reserving a
Baird ot the stoeii for himself, ho- dl<
ylded the-remainder among hts Chil
dren. At a director's aieettote^?M
directors were ali IIIB eono and daugh
teralba'waa elected president; while
his Sons; became ; the different officer s
af vcompahy, - The advantage? ;pjfi
?ie scheuic, says. Mr . Mccallum, sra
that now each of his ' ebhdr?si. has; a
iHr??V .personal interest tn the fwally
pHjpprtjr ;and tho different farm de)
partmen?s, such as hogs and poultry,
have become " business;, departments
with th*; n?anager; rcspoaslbis 'to the
U?rvoratloh (or the departmental
stock and -ni??agora?eat.
Tin "Snowball Army.*
Sydwoy, Australia, Dec. 23.-Th?
3?a#baU army" which Captain
i of the Gilgandra J^f?s <?l?b
wish, a handful bf. mea*; iwh?
it, tron^O?lgafl?Jlra on ' October
io Tor a 320 mlle t?arch to" Sydney
Baalist, attracted.to. itself so maa jr
otbir pstrlrots on the way that It
anterad Sydasy with a total .of 263
nen, w<bo have boen accepted for ser
Tico, ':..'^a.:'V'&tettf?itla. reception
*rhlcb th? lltt?s arn)y received at tu
varions ' stopping;'; pisces and on its
?rrrval. hero triade ???. ;of c-?h? most
pteirir?tfr?o local / 'episode! " of the
e ^ac under; th?'circtttastaricas, bht
how or othar i h? ?ft not getting
i M?TorUalng oat4cf lt.- '
Do you want to 1
Buggy at a cheap ;
fering'for cash, a i
Rubber Tire bugg\
Goodrich rubber, s
robe and Whip, a
low price of
How is this for
Don't forget this bi
for 12 months aga
terial and workma
looking for quality
We are striving to <
J imate business an<
trade and influence.
Lots of good Mu
hand that we want
and good workers
sell must be as repn
Bring that old b
let us paint and re
same time put on a
at $10 cash a set.
: ? ?
??rotes Life Preventing.
Among tho Interesting, Beoplo in ifto
January American Magazine is Robert
G. Valentine,', the first '.'.'expert on in
dustrial relations, and tho only man
who enjoys a profession by . himself.
A few year? ago ho was Indian corar
missioned at Washington. He decid
ed then to fit himself for his peoull?r
"When: his ter mau Indian, commis
sioner expired he refused rho offers ot
well-paid jobs , that came to' him, and
staked his lifc and all. tho money he.
had s?vod on tho realization .ot his
. "It isn't always the employers who
retain, l?ni In a big eastern city the
telephone girrls were about to strike.
The company, ia preparation for the
.conflict, had imported an army of
strik breakers and lodged them in a
downtown hotel; everything was
ready for n struggle that would have
prostrated the city's business , for
"Then the girls, wishing, to strehg
tr^en their case, called ia Valentino..
So' Succ?s scully ? was he able to pre
nant their ' cause tb the company and
the nubile that their demands vere
granted, and there- was no' strike.
"A year ago'hernade a labqr.audit
fora bia? manufacturer. These condi
tions in your factory are fundamen
tally wrong,' lie said, naming them.'
You may not be forced to change them
for a good w^lille yet; but ultimately
you will be. My advice to you is fb
c^aage them now> before you aro forc
ed to. The change? I suggest are
Just and fairy when you haie made
them you will bo insured agaiust Ic
hor troubles; The manufacturer had
an idea that Valentine was a blt .vis
ionary, but he iollowcd hts..advice.
??Jt "mWt]Bs, latc;>- ?. ' Strike swept
S?bugh that industry tying up pret
ty nearly every factory in it-except
Petone where Valentine had worked.
"Another progressive manufactur
er has, employed him recently to study
all the profit-sharing schemes in the
<??prh} and evolve ono that shell be
better than any.^^^^S?^^?^^M
"T?tat'ewhat it mekns to be an ex?
pert "tn Industrial relations, Valou^.
?e ia proud of the profest'on and
he has a rlgfct*b.*e.> He say? that
faring a dividend ' is not half a>
much iud as declaring a ?trike-bf? bp-,
fore It over happens; and auditing ten
*g?tkm 'doiiars ls the teost ^prolate
It^mt bf business in coia^ar?son-wit?i?
auditing ten thousand raen."
7 Negro Bsnk Broke. .
Alabama Pmny Saviajgs bank, a ne
gro institution. ^bd? bv?i?Tch of ?he
Alabama Penny l^deatial . sarges
basks of Birmingham failed to opoc
??IV'-H'I'I?I'M Vr'tii :'- .*?'. ' * ' ^"h^T"' -?t?'
^^oo? ^aid the ?s^s^were ta the
hands cf ? ?'. th*: state ;l*a^teideifari-!
ment for liquidation. The Birmingham
bsa* hsa>?l^^ to
notice, Ne **a^a;w"?r? assigned.
3uy a high grade
price? We are of
nice well finished
r with best grade
;et of Hor?ie-Made
our house, Lap
t the ridiculously
a real bargain?
iggy is guaranteed
inst defective ma
nship. If you are
and price see us.
io a fair and legit
1 we solicit your
les and Horses on
to sell. All sound
. Everything we
lUggy around and
?pair it and at the
set of rubber tir?s
Unions Experiment Station.
In the January American Magazine
William Allon White opens a now
; serle ; of articles on glories of tho
"Tho stale lino" he says, "is ono of
the really great Invention? of Ameri
can clvlHtatlqn. For the state the dl
' vides a-' fairly 'homogeneous people itt'
to separate cold frames, or "glass cov
ors under which dlffornt social, poli
tical, religious, and economic experi
ments fOiovor aro working.
"In <?e glory pf the states, one
star.dlfforeth from another, and it is
tho glory'of KanEar.-not that she is
occasionally. the banner - wheat state,
no*, th ut ehe, first of all the Btates,
banished the common drinking cup
and the roller towed , from public
placoB, nor oven' t&at she furnished
tho birthplace and paid for the. edu
cation of General Funston, of former
Governor Madley'of 'Missouri, and of
Jess Willard, though for diversity Of
crop the trio challenges tho world}
nor does tho. glory of. Kansas Ho in
her successful thirty years struggle
with the Rum Fiend, ,i.rough that
contest ls notable-'tho glory .of Kan
sas is that she is as a ' state the
sole legatee and custodian of the
New England coneclcneo. 'Z?s?
' "So naturally, she is called a
Crank,,'. She ls difficult; to liyo* with
her in peace one has to quit, drinking
and to * quli> smoking . cigarettes; .to
bend thu children to. school regularly
until they, aro sixteen; to give In the
lull value Ot one's property for taxsr
?on? not split it in thirds or halves;:
to let his wife ?nd daughter and moth-;
er and sisters vote; to let the state
baby bureau .bose about th nursery;
tb let the hotel inspectors poko around
in the ?ote? bedrooms and kitchens,
ino tire inspector pass on the. alleys,
and the. chancellor of the state uni-,
yersity heft thu weights. and roeas
?res in the storey; io refrain from
idle lov?. affair? with, girls .. under
elghton ; - to rent no howse s, ?toreo or
??tid in wttSch or on which laws-ira
hubituaiiy violated,.. without being a
defendant in criminal action; and to
organize no corporation without tak?
ihg the hiato eo completely into one's
:cb*<Weccc'. that neither th? strav/ber
r ymark on ono's left arm, nor tbs
fliting la one's Second molar can os-,
capo public examination f Kansas has
ideas about these th inga." .
If some people spent as much time
in honest.labor as they do .standing
around on the street corners arguing,
because the other fellow seems to be
in a mors, prosperous condition, they
get along much better. . Ano,
goodness knows any man who tries
ettfVbe JUBS' as prosperous as .? J Jd*
neighbor-unless he Is a mutton*
Wo - cann?t c?nsist?ntiy support the
?morenwnt ior hatloua? ^de?ense an'tli
tho nation , 'carols "-all.-'?he . ?muni
' rm plants ia t?ie ccuhtry.-^Tho Faih
BOYS AND GIRLS
Prices $21.00 Up
We Sell No Other Kind
Gates & Smith
West Benson, Opposite Tate's
Fresh Fish and Oysters
Try Oar Merchants Lunch
Served Daily From 12
Co 3 20c.
G. D. Anftonakos,,
To cook with is'.'th? :snont
convenient fuel to he
: And it is the cheaper,
too when tho least hst of thought
and attention is given il.
Try it for awhile, &nc3
you will Uk* it There are. tnsAiy
satisfied users of gas In An4?r
It's just the \th?h? to
beat the hath room with. ; <
Ao?ersos 6?s Co.
Formera, ana Prospekt}.
Tho standard "of prosperity-amont-;
the fanners ot any coiomunUy, muet
aot bo Judged by'the conditions pi'?
?ailing among that class of ; hand-1
mouth ; farmers wh?s?'chC/; object
life seems to be to "work" the time
supply men for everything they/co?,
?Pd. who generally hove a hardluck
story to tell oven in tho moat, pros
?icrous times. Kt :does*- tho- fetter elnso
j? f3rin?rs ? grav? injustice to j^'dgis
iheir prosperity by any ?>uo'? stand
Perhaps; you have a dres? or tal
nado st.it that could >>a worn this sea*
Bent to us e??i given a thorough
? and a eV?lltaS gassing.
^w.V'twirKaent;' no matter if^ sailed
r mussed, is frtohenftd and hrlghUth^
d up wonderfully. We/reaU? mako
hero Took like new.
Men and women take' advantage of
ur *crvlc?--.an d - ap prec?ate ht?&t?*t'
conemy it moke* possible arid to
?ppcrtunlty for better..dressing
t affer?s. ; -. '. ??J'; . .? -