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Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., August
20. The highest temperature was 82,
the lowest was CO3, and the mean 71,
with cool cloudy weather and n, trace of
rain 8 to 9 a. m., followed in the evening
ly warmer, partly cloudy weather, fcouth
east wind and falling barometer.
Last year on August 20, the highest tem
perature was 00, the lowest GS, and the
mean 79, with 2.15 inches of rain, and
two years ago the corresponding tempera
tures were S7, CS,aud7S.
Fjjed L. Johnson. Observer.
Wak Department, Washington, D. C,
August 20, S p. m. Forecast until S p.
u , Thursday.
For Missouri Showers, variable winds,
stationary temperature in southeast,
warmer in northwest portion.
For Kansas Fair, except showers in
southeast portion, variable winds, warmer
in eastern, stationary temperature m
U. S. JURORS FOR THE KANSAS DIS
TRICT. ToPEKA, Kan., August 20. The United
States commissioners for the district of
Kansas drew the following jurors today
for the September term of court, to be held
in Wichita: Grand jurors W, C. Butts,
Vallev Falls: Jacob Moore, Emporic;
Josepli E. Iiiicgs. Lawrence: A. Morris,
TojK-ka: J. U. Johnson. Peabocly; David
liiggan. Strong City; S. L. Major, Wich
U;i. C. P. Buflington, Cherrvvale; Samuel
K Richards. Wakefield: II. II. Isham,
Coffeyville: John D. McDonald, Milford-.
James Clayton, Great Bend: W. C. Jones,
Iola; W. It". Kelley, Altoona; II. II. Morris,
Atchison; Michael Henrv, Topeka; C. J.
JJutnett, Milan: Frank Chase, Iloltou: J.
!N Halloway, Yates Center: Z. Postle
waite, Chanute: A. J. True&dell, Dexter:
V E. Morton, Emporia; J. A. Ilammers,
Anthony Petit jurors Benjamin F.
JevonsWakefield: F. J Hoara, Topeka;
,lark Parker. Vernon; B. II. Clover, Cam
liridge: J. C. Watts, Lawrence: J. Purcell,
Piqu; J. W. Brandon, Leavenworth: C. T.
Long, Coffeyville: John Gilord, Milford:
H Glenn, Harper: T. P. Butler, Gre.it
Bend; T. Gincomini. Leavenworth; C. E.
Hatfield, Ford City; George W. Hendrick
son. Lake City; Samuel Holmes-, Eureka;
M. M. McCaulev, Auburn: F. W. Blan
tire, Weir City; W. T. Cambell, Belle
Piaine; George P. Morehouse, Council
Grove; James M. Barnes, Lyndon; T.
J Pearson, Strong City; J. B. Craig, Inde
vendeuce: II. W. Smith, Jr .Topeka; J. F.
Aliller, Argonia; W. T. Hurely, Paola; B.
F Tatum, Kingsley: A. M. .McPhcrson,
Gilana, J. K. Manuel, Wendell: Frank B.
Hutchinson, Arkansas City, Kan.; J. L.
Buskirk, Tiiden; C. L. Mathews, Newton;
Daid llolines, Siiockley; W. L. Latham,
Hut"hinson: Frank M. Arnold. Ashland;
C P Hodman, Kingman: J. M. Valcutine,
Lexington: I). X. Willets, Fredonia; J. II.
Kaine, Heeder: James Houston. Wamego;
Iliram Xewlin, Greensburg; II. C. Kel
Jerman. Burlington: W. E. Dowell,
AVellsburg; K. Clifford, Wichita; II.
Eaton, Haviland; B. Wiltz. Mill Creek;
Henry Thompson, Medicine Lodge: W. II.
G ntrv. Brookville; II. II. Cmith, Elm
Hill T. S. Appleton, Williamsburg; II. B.
Huffmaa, Emporia; Thomas Beckett,
Olathe; E. A. lienthrom, Burden: S. C.
Knight, Solomon Cifv; Thomas Taylor,
lexmgton; T. A. Howard, Hays City;
"William Morton, Weir Citp: Benney
tMinth, Clearwater; M. H. Kenueger,
LIGHTNING AND DYNAMITE COMBINE.
Locisvn.l.K, Ky., August 20. A Hash of
lightning touched off Dremal urely eighteen
charges of dynamite here this afternoon,
and the result was a tremendous explo
sion, a shower of rock, and the fatal injury
f John Keegan. a government foreman at
work on the" falls. The custom has been
to touch off the blasts at (j o'clock every
ovening. and Keegan was getting these
reatlv, when a flah ot lightning set fire
to the fuses of the dynamite blasts down
in the little holes drilled for the purpose of
blowing up the rock. In a moment eigh
teen successive explosionssturtled the hun
dred men who are .it work at that place.
Great showeis of rock were thrown up and
large fragments fell everywhere.
Healiing that .something serious bad
happened, the men rushed to the spot after
ihe mass of debris had fallen to the earth.
At first nothing could be seen but the im
vnen.se upheaval of stone, but, upon search
ing for a moment, the unconscious
orm of Keegan was found lying
lit the bottom of a deep ledge
made by the explosion. When his body
was examined it was discovered
That a large stone had struck his
ft leg below the knee and cut an ugly
gash, exposing the Ikjiio. His most dan
g( rous injury was internal, and he suffered
,reat agony. At the time of the explosion
the batteries for the discharge of the blast
nire not connected, and the explosion
must have been touched off indirectly by
4 he lightning. There were a large number
t f workmen ne.tr at the time, and the
wonder is that more were not injured.
'J he men are employed in deepening the
thannel of the river at the falls.
KILLED ONCOUlrOF A WOMAN.
w Ant on i A, Tex., August 30. This
nfterunou. in the southwestern suburb of
the ( it y, Charles Baker, aged.V), and a man
f a family, shot and instantly killed II.
"W. Kimble, aged 'St. Baker had a niece
named Minnie Green to whom Kimble
is paying court. Baker objected and or
dered Kimble off the place. Kimble threat-
ned to kill him. '1 his evening Kimble
t tiled and Baker met him in the front
j aid A quarrel and blows ensued. The
j,iiI, a frightened spectator, looked on
lii-iii the house Baker drew a pistol and
shu! Kimble three times. He immediately
s.inenilered to the otlicers. The men
line heie together from the pine regions
ol lex.as some months ago.
WISCONSIN STATE CONVENTION.
Mn WArnrn, Wis., Auyiist 30. The Ile
j)ultlun suiU1 convention whs callfd to
order by Chairman Payne, of the fetntu
(tniral committer. After reading the
ii.tmi'sof J lit' deleft l'n Miclinrl Uriilin,
of Kuclaun', was choM'ii temioiHry chair
la.tii (iritlin's. jhmht1i was enUiiiMiUticully
.ii1:iiiUh1 anil every reference to Governor
luurtl and the IJennett law was n i-nal
ifor liearty cheering. The usual committees
were apjxtinu-u ami the eon veil turn ad
nourned rill . p. in. Governor Hoard will
le renominated by acclamation and a
"i if form endorsnm the Bennett couipul-r-ir
school law adopted.
NORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS.
R lkirh. X. (, August 3. The Demo
cratic state eonveutiou met here today.
Hon A. F. Morgan wa-, renoininated for
justice of the Mipreme court. Senator
V.ince wa unanimously endorsed. The
platform roAtiirm the "principles of tlie
Democratic irty, pixuiounces in favor of
"free coinacc of silver, deuounces the ile
Kinley bill, the federal election bill and
fc-penker Heed In the platform there
were incorKratl all the principle,- of the
FVMH, Mo., Augu 3i) The Kx-Con-foderate
association, of Muouri, met here
t "day. Vbour. A .WW are present. The stars
jnd strijK-. decorate buMiie:- and public
1 uridines ami private reidences. A Imr
"becue wa.s served. Four ihhjvcs. forty heep
.mi forty shoats were prejwred. Colonel
Joe S-helby and Colonel Elijah Gate are
3 ere and received ovations from the men
cf their command.
POWDERLY WOULD NOT ACCEPT.
WiLKfe-snAKRK. Pa.. August 30. The
J,Hiknwauna Democrats leld their county
coneutiou yv.tenlav. Master "Workman
T V. JVwderly of the Kniehts of Labor
was unanimously the choice of the con
ention for cougress, but hu friends would
not permit his name to lw mentioned as
Powderly would not accept it. Lemuel
AuimcrniRn was nominated.
A LARGE YIELD.
Minneapolis, Minn.. August 20. The
Journals. Winnipeg special say th cov
crmnent issued its th;i"d crop bulletin" to
day. The aeraeo wheat yield will be
Tuentv-ftve lUfhel per acre with a total
of 30, 000.000 bushels. Harvesting is half
over and the weather is magnificient.
WILL ABANDON HIS VISIT.
P KIS, August 30. The Figaro iys the
Count of Pari will probably almudon his
I'roposed visit to the United StRtea, owing
to the feeling he ha against the McKinley
ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THE FEEBLE.
So long as the failing embers of vitality
are capable of being rekindled into a warm
and genial glow, just so long there is hope
for the weak and emaciated invalid. Let
him not, therefore, despond, but derive
otiennrjifTMiient from this and from the
further fact that there is a, restorative most
potent in renewing the dilapidated powers
of a broken down system. Yes, thanks to
its unexampled tonic virtues, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is daily reviving strength
in the bodies and hope in the minds of the
feeble and nervous. Appetite, refreshing
sleep, the acquisition of flesh and color,
are blessings attendant upon the reparative
processes which this priceless invigorant
speedily initiates and carries to a success
ful conclusion. Digestion is restored, the
blood fertilized and sustenance afforded to
each life-sustaining organ by the Bitters,
which is inoffensive even to the feminine
palate, vrgetable in composition and thor
oughly safe. Use it, and regain vigor.
Railroad employes are sometimes surly
in their ways, but it Ls not to be denied
that they have- to endure much stupid
questioning. A stout man with a large
liagand n distressed countenance camo to
a tlciket beller's window one day and said
"Tell me what time the 3:.10 train
The ticket seller looked at him with a
fixed andvsolemu gaze a momen' and then
"It leavesvat ten minutes of four."
"Ten minutes of four!" exclaimed the
stout gentleman. "What a fraud these
railroads are! Actually misleading people
flvo minutes in' their time tables just for
the fun of seeing them get left!" Youth's
The people's medicine Hood's Sarsa
parilla. Its success is due to its peculiar
The wholednterJor of Newfoundland is
an unknown territory. Only one white
man has ever made the journey from eat
to west, a Mr. Cormaok, who accomplished
the feat in 1829. Consequently there is no
map of the island extant which Is in any de
greo reliable. It is a very curious fast that
a valuable tract'of land with coal, Iron,
leada.ud silver in" its bowels, and perfectly
accessiblo to the explorer should remain
so long unknown.
It is stated that a Bohemian has discov
ered a combination of chemicals by the
use cf which the hardest stones can bo dis
solved and molded into any shape, the
"cast being as hard as flint, translucent
and capable of taking on a brilliant
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will remove that
tired feeling, and give new life and energy.
Some don'ts for persons who are packing
Don't put heavy things in the same
compartment with garments that arc easily
Don't pack good gowns without a sepa
rate covering for each of tissue paper or
Dun't put jewelry or money in your
Don't put ink, shoe blacking or poworful
acids in your trunk.
Don't forget to put some of your own
toilet soap in your trunk, with plenty of
clean towels and wash cloths.
Don't forget such simple remedies as
may prove serviceable in slight illness.
Don't trust bottles of any kind in your
trunk, except when packed carefully each
in its own box.
Don't neglect to fill up all the corners
and loose spaces in a trunk with small,
Don't let a trunk leave yon r house unless
it is in perfect repair and plainly marked
with j'ouiMiame and its destination.
Don't let it go without the added security
of astout trunk strap. Xow York Evening
Order of sSgla.
The order numbers 93 lodges and
momberes and i m'1 bo-ininc
Every mother should keep Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral in case of croup and sudden
John Brown, stenographer, tells The St.
Louis Globe-Demociv.t: "People often ask
me when I sit down to a long job of short
hand why I lay lefore me so many pencils
of different sues. My reason for it is that
by picking up pencils of different sizes,
and consequently weights, I am eunbled to
rest my hands while continuing to work.
Each different pencil brings into active
play different muscles, and I never suffer
from cramps, as might bo the case if I
used but otie size pencil. A horse going
over an ordinary turnpike, up Jiill and
down, will be in better condition at the
end of a day than a horso which has trav
eled tho same number of miles on a race
"Why the Dog Tnrni limine!.
The turning round and round of a dogbe
foro he lief- do n is s curious in.staneo of the
length of time that domesticated animals
retain the characteristics of thoir wild an
cestors. The forefathers of the dog that
today treads a pieie of fiat- carpet before
composing himself in front of the fire
were obliged to go through the same evo
lutions in order to trample down sufficient
grass to form a b?d. And this instinctive
habit, like tho burying of surplus food,
will probably last as long as the dog race
disordered liver try Beecham's
One ivlnd of Knot.
A correspondent from up the country
writes that he has often observed the ex
pression, "a knot of people," and heis&nx
ious to know how many people go to make
a knot. The term is by no means arbi
trary. A doecu persons may be regarded
as a knot, itnJ then again two wall disposed
people and & minister can m&ko the most
dolightful of knots. Binghsnuon Leader.
The lcliitit-y Comploto.
Auditor (at a seance? I would like to
ppeak with Robert Browning.
Spirit Medium (ten minutes later) Mr.
Browning has just ben seen, but the angel
could not understand what be said.
Acditor How like BobJ JucUre.
Guardian Kmlovrment Sooictv.
Jum; l.Ti certificaies have been issued
during the six lr-onrbs previous to Julr l.
is a most elegant toilet
The example of Iudustrv lodge, X'o. 2, of
Wilmington, Del., might" be followed to
advantage by every lodge in the country.
At every mwny- dunag its nine ysars of
existence at Wt one essHv. lecture or
debate has enin eaed the proceeding, and
not long ago a nucloo.s for what will un
doubtedly row mto a raluable lodge
library was obtained. Bv oarchae nnrf
donation frm members and'fnends more
than 400 volume have been gathered and
placed in the lodce antcrooin. Bra. W. H
Sincock is the librarian.
Ihc largest A. O. U. W. lodge in the
world i Detroit lodjte. No. e, Detroit,
Micb., which at the meeting oa April IS
at Beechor's Hall inicifU-cvi 273 members,
making a tatnl membership of nearly
1,000, thereby enpturiae the banner broom
of the state of Miohigon.
The Minnesota jurisdktian eontiaues to
inmvase ber membership, and will soon
uave over 10 000 wori-m -
Safeguards Adopted In Printing and Pre
paring the Pasteboards.
"See this?"' said the foreman of a big
job printing establishment to a reporter.
"Yes," was tho reply. "What is the
"Printing and numbering railroacj
tickets," said the gentleman.
"Tell me how it's done," said the
"Certainly. Yon must bear in mind,
however, that this class of printing is
purely a specialty, and only about two
out of the various printing establish
ments in this city are prepared to do tho
work. In fact the work cannot well bo
done with the ordinary printing presses.
But let's sea how it's done.
"Very often a special land of card
board is used in printing the tickets,
though the ordinary kind is usually
serviceable. All colore are used, and
many times several impressions are nec
essary to turn out a complete ticket
ready for stamping and selling. Let's
take an ordinary coupon ticket. It gen
erally consiste of several parts that may
be detached. "Well, the reading matter,
such as the special directions to tho con
ductor, agent or passenger, is usually
printed on an ordinary press, just as any
other class of printing is done. If there
are several colors on a ticket so many
impressions are necessary. That's all
there is in it."
"How about the numbers?"
"Oh, that's the difficult part of it.
We'll explain later on. Excursion tick
ets, usually in tho form of 'coupon' tick
ets, are printed in the same way. But
see this? Here's the peculiar part of the
work. The printing and numbering of
local, or what are called 'car tickets,' by
this machine is a unique process. The
cardboard is cut into pieces just the size
of the ticket desired, then they are
placed in one end of tho machine and
pass to tho press automatically. Sup
pose we are printing 'roundtrip' tickets.
The bits of pasteboard, when the little
machine begins to work, pass one by
one under the press, tho 'form' being
made up in tc l" ,us. The first impres
sion prints the number, the 'form' rises
instantly, descending again and printing
the ticket. Again the 'form' rises and
descends, wliile the ticket is pushed
along just its length, when another im
pression of tho 'form' stamps tho number
on tho other end of tho ticket.
"You seo the tickets must be number
ed consecutively, sometimes both tho 'go
ing' and 'returning' ends having the
same number, while quito as often the
two ends have different- numbers, for rea
sons best known to the Tailroad com
pany. Again, the two ends of tho 'car
ticket' may be in different colors, or
possibly each in two colors, with a dif
ferent color running across the face of
the entire ticket. In such instances the
process of printing becomes very in
tricate, but still the little machine does
it at the rate of 10,000 an hour, or 40,
000 if necessary. The numbering is done
at each end of the machine, tho 'forms'
being cylindrical in shapa and pointing
consecutively from ono upward until a
largo number i3 reached, when new
'forms' are put in. Bits of pasteboard
go in at ono end of the machine and
come out at tho otlier end complete 'car'
or local tickets, good both 'going' and
'coming.' Tho printing of single trip
tickets is a more simple matter. Thi3
machine prints but one size of tickets,
henco everything printed by it is of the
same shape and sLzu."
"How about tho printing of 'books,'
'commuters' and so on?"
"Weil, a special machine is used" in
printing books, tho work being done in
sections tliat is, thu-separote 'leaves' of
the 'books' .nro printed in one sheet,
which is afterward cut in smaller pieces,
and the numbers aro put on by a sep
arate machine. Take a 'thousand mile'
advertising ticket, for instance. Tho
consecutive milesamist be numbered on
the little sections of tho 'leaves' of tho
book. The number of the book, tho
namo or initials of the read and some
other necessary details have to be print
ed. All but the number of the book is
generally printed at ono impression, and
hundreds of books may be printed from
tho same 'form.' But each book must
bear a different number, so a different
form is required. The big sheet is cut
up into pieces, and tha book numbers
printed on a machine especially adapted
to it. and these sheets are cut-into small
er ones and the book bound as any other
"What does it cost io make such a
"About ten cents when many of tho
game land are made. To get out a sin
glo book would cost from $30 to $75."
Comlnjj Into Ue Again.
Safety chains between passenger cars
are largely in use, and although proba
bly one-third of such cars in tliis coun- i
try are not yet so equipped, the tendency
is toward their general tx. Passenger
(cars will sometimes uncoupls around
curves and drawbars will 3motimes
break or pull our: hence precaution
against the results of occurrences is ad
visable. The Car Builders association
has properly undertaken to remedy the
great diSerences 0f form and location of
safety chains now existing by agreeing
upon n standard, prescribing size and
length of chain and hook. Railway Aze.
Fruit Picking Stnnd.
An improved fruit picking stand 1 being
used in California. It is made with b tri
angular base to allow of its being support
ed on three wheels, by means of which it
can bo more reudily moved in and out
among the trees. The device bas a strong
central post, around winch is placed u tri
angular platform which more up and
down, being controlled by a rachet wheel
which works into one ade of ihs post. On
one side of the hose a short ladder for
convenience in reaching tha pUtform,
which can be ea&ilr nessd or lowered at
the pleasure of tbs fruit tierer and fixed
at any required height. The sorvcrai parts
can be disconntvtd for transportation or
psorage. ewr Yor CoiantMcml Adrer
uer. The Had UtUo Ucj.
A portly usaa was seated m oae ot the
Ek.-t river fsrrybots the et.br dty trying
t light a pipe A (STta arb oi diminu
tive Azo ss baridtf hhn aad bekind tis elbow-,
trvimeJ rtp his hjs &sui scatly wsfti
poft breesas that eilfecc uniiy cxtingniihwi
the m.ttches tha; the pwlymaa ooatlaued
to light As maUiii sJus: scotch wexut out
the mas gl nxorv. axy.jviratod, ejtd the
mhrII &oy, eiltctually concealed by the
lrK proporuons of hi3 neigktxir. got hap
pier. The rasa looted around as la, and
then there Tnisjra explosion. Bccthe tmnll
boy ws a livo i.a'.all boy, vA h v&nlsbed
before snv wrada could reach hisi. Xew
OUR SPECIAL SALE
Of Summer Goods was so
thanking the public. However, we did not get
quite through this week, we touch
them again. Eead closely.
WE QUOTE Pure Silk
Pongee dress goods worth 4Sc
for 21c. Wliat say you.
AYE QUOTE naif Wool
printed mohairs worth 25c for
13c. What say you?
Gloria silk umbrellas only
95c. e guarantee these not to
cut; what say you?
WE QUOTE Pure linen
damask, full width, worth 100c
per yard, for 60c; what say you?
WE QUOTE 10 pieces cream
dotted Swiss worth 50c for 25c;
now what say you?
100 pair ladies hose worth 3Sc
for 25c; you must say, yes.
Winding up our Summer Ball of Yarn.
"W. J. WILSON, Manager.
Nebraska's Republican Nominee.
The Republican nominee for governor of
tho state of Nebraska, Hon. Luciua D.
Richards, is a native of Vermont, having
been born afc Charleston, Orleans county
Nov. 6, 1847. When less than 1C years of
age he enlisted in the northern army as a
pnvato, and car
ried a musket un
til the end of the
civil war. After
the close of tho
contest b e engaged
in civil engineering-
He located at
Fremont, Neb., in
1875 and has lived
there ever eincc,
his present busi
ness being real es
tate and banking.
Ho has been may
or of the town for
L. D. RICHARDS.
two terms and holds a oommission as gen
eral of the Nebraska militia. Ho is mar-
jRE EVIDENCE That the blood is
iuroig, and that nature is endeav
oring to throw off the impurities.
Notning is so beneficial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specif c (S. S. S.)
It is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe case of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured
me. J. C.Jo.vfcs, City Marshal,
Treatise on Hlood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Yard. Ml Wen Dou1bji.
Branch ofllc 137 North Jtaln. Telephone VJS. dlSSit
vwsissw i v sprn
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u!-klr aad permsBeatly crtd bv tke arv rrwau la rlkarse. aa mrtTmim m rSL way ajart tf tto
as nuiwt uk potMaees arazs w aj-j patue ir. I
Jr4tdsM tt to all patu f ux eowairj-. Ooasu- I
Uilon free. SentJ for oration blast
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successful that we feel like i
New chataline belt bags for
ladies only. These are the lat
New York fad. Ccme in and
sea them; what say you?
W E QTJOTE-Kew Sen laces
the proper thing to trim gmg -
nams and other wash dress fab-
rios, all made by hand: will you
come and see theni What say
ADD LACE CURTAINS 50
pair odd lace curtains to be sold
out cheap; what can you say?
ies and Laces We have about
100 remnants of these goods to
be sold for what they will bring;
what say you to this?
139 X. Main.
School of Lames
In connc-ction vitli the modern lan
guage department of Clur
Opens Sept. 10, in the Sedgwick.
Best methods for the easy and rapid
acquisition of conversation and sight
a correct dialect, tree pronunciation.
Special classes in English and Latin.
Elementary and advanced courses.
equivalent to thobe adopted "by the
the Association of New England Col-
leges, and approved by the Modem
Language Association ot America.
For full information call on or art-
dress J. S. Grimi!, Director, 171 Uui -
" ersity Avenue.
Knights of St. John of TirutaIcm. I
The New York Herald Bays: About this !
time of year the "itnights of St. John of J
Jerusalem" aro holding their annual con-
claves all over Europe. It is a creditable
thing for men to associate theinselvorf to
gather iu order to relieve the sick and
wounded, but why should they call them
selves by a name to which th'y have no
right? The order of the Knights of St
John still exists and haa its headquarters
and its grand masters in Rome, but the i
modern English or German Knight of St. i
John haa no possible connection with the
A dozen gentlemen may form themselves
into a chantable society and call them
belves "Knights of St. John" if they choose,
but that does not mate them me'.nberh of
the oldeat order of chivalry in existence
They are no raorcKnight.s of St. John than
the re.pectublegroceru who call themselves
"Knights Templar" in America are gen
uine Knights of the Temple. The Order of '
the Kniehts of St. John cannot ho "re- I
rived" by any sovereign or legislature j
without tho concurrence of the grand mas
ter of the order at Rome.
Ancient Order of I'atrlclans.
The eonfctitiition 53 issued and ,is now
ready for distribution.
The director general is traveling in the
west and tho upper part of New York
state in the interebt of the order.
Senates ar under way in California,
Ohio, Massaruuscits. New York and other
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Ruta ot Indiana. lis writes u follown
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and By-Laws for Lodgee, Building ac Loan Associa
Sehool Reeords, Etc.
We desire to call the attention of county Baperinteu
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line of school publications as given below. Our school
records and boolcs aro now oeln used exclusively In
quite a number of counties, and are superior to any
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