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AND BIG RATTLER
IN BAM ROYAL
Thrice the Snake Sprang and
Misted Before Lizard Seized
It by Neck and Shook
It to Death.
CAT SURVIVING A BITE
TOOK DEADLY REVENGE.
Miner Long a Sufferer from
Insomnia Found Snake's
Venom a Cure for It.
reertal u The Wntlt
TXL1.JtA.KT, TelL, (ot. 1L Tb
tlsanasia season" thli year tn he South
w" unusually destructive of life
snd was marked by Kuni start Una; and
dramatic Incident. It li estimated the
seme fifty deaths fr.nn snake bites have
oorurred rhla season In the plains coun
try and the mountain regions of New
Meslco, Arlsona and Tesaa.
R. B. Van Veen of the final Mountain
district tells of a fUM between a ratUe
asalie and a tfla monster. Bob Henry,
on returning from his camp by (he Pinal
Mountain road, was attracted by (he
sound of a rattlesnake. Turning, he
saw a rattler about seven feet long and
three fret away, a alia monster sitting
on an ant hlU. Ths snake stood up
from the wound higher than a man's
knee In the shape of an elongated 8.
Ths remainder of his body was upon
the ground behind him la a straight Una
In addition to rattling, a hlastng sound
Issued from hie mouth. Ths glla was
standing up us high from the ground as
his short les would permit His tensed
attitude Indicated that trouble was
ahead. Suddenly the snake sprang art
til big lizard, but rt evaded the stroke
by flattening himself on ths ground
The snake drew Itself up again and
struck and again missed. The third
time the snake drew back and struck,
but tbs lliard was two Inches to ths
right. The snake started to draw back
for another attempt, wihen the glla
monster mads a lightning-like plunge,
and trie nest Instant ths back of the
rentier's neck waa In the bulking Jews
of the eighteen-Inch llsard. which waa
shaking It like a rat. Several times ttie
llsard was thrown vertically mto the
air, and as often It was dragged on ths
dusty road, with Its feet vainly attempt
lag to find a hold. But the Jaws hsld
tight, and In two or three minutes the
snake lay dead on the ground.
From Flagstaff, Arts , comes the story
of John Oustsson who, bitten In the
palm of ths right Hand by a rattlesnake
at Rueeells mining camp In the Copper
Basin Ptatriot, has fully recovered. Not
only that, but Inoculated with the deadly
venom has cured Insomnia, from whloh
flutafoon had been a sufferer for five
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nelson of Jerome
Junction. Ads., vounh for a Story told
of a fight between a houae oat and a
rattlesnake Ths cat, the mother of el a
kittens, was porambulutlng among the
little mounds of a prairie dog town
when she was attacked by a rattles and
bitten on the cheek. MM retired to her
nest under the house and for several
days tier head waa awollen to several
times ita normal else. Aa soon as she
recovered she set out In the direction
of the prairie dug town and an hour
later returned o the house wltn a mg
dead rattleanake in her mouth, and
showing evidence of a hard fight.
Near Blsbee. Arts.. Alfred Kinney
sventeen yeara old, encountered a rat
tler bv the rnsdalde .ml lvatitlea wltn it.
Aft- the snake, apparently stunned B
the repeated strokes from the hoy li
rldmg whip, ret reared to Ita lair and
ths boy waa preparing to mount hi
horae, It sneaked out of the hole and
hit the bay. and hs died a few hours
The elshteen-montha-old son of Mr
end Mrs. Max tr.to of Hkldmore. Tex.,
waa bitten by a large rattler and died
within a few hours
Samuel Dunlap of Comanche. Tex
while on a visit to da farm In Mills
County dlarovered two large rattle
.tluU.'h In a olle uf brush and undertook
to capture them alive. He procured a
sees flahlns card and Placed them In a
nail keg and took them to Comanche
and placed them on exhibition. Rack
has seven rattles and a button.
(Ke.na the Mllastukre Journal I
Mabel waa vlaltlng her aunt down In
tbs country. One evening she come In
rhe house rather late.
"Whsrs In ths world have you been
all afternoon?" asked her sunt.
"In the hsmmock 'With my beloved
The aunt eyed her sternly. Thisn she
It I hear of any more such scandal
ous pro eedlnga I shsli certainly write
to your m.rther.
iFmb tlx CssaaUla Tribune.)
esneiHialtora Will He Paid In Full
"Hatted for McQOOVllil In Seventh
"Juat aa Oood aa Any Ten Cent
Cigar In the Marki t."
"Yielding to the Solicitations of My
Krlsnds, 1 Have Consented to Hecome
"Only Hive Cents a Iirlnk, and Bight
Off the lea."
"IHd You MaVe These Fudges Mlsa
Kltiy? They Are tha Heat 1 Kver Ate''
"1 Have Nothing but Qood Will for
My Adversary; He Heat Me Fairly."
"I Wish You Many Happy Ksturns,
(Fmdj the ntubuirb I'osU
"That young man of yours." begsn
"Yes?" murmured the brunette
"Tell me this. Why BOOssVI he bvit
como Into the parlor?"
"Oh, I don't know''
"laln't he a candidate for your
"Yes; but he seems to prefer a front
1 Prom tha VTulitsgtos (Har 1
"That political leader demunda abao
lrte peraonal loyalty."
"Yea," repllea the devoted follower.
"It la a convenient syatsm. I don't have
to listen to anything hu -aye, for It Is
positively understood beforehand that I
tarts with blm."
FILIPINO VALET IS A
U. S. Soldier's Servant, Rising
in Art, Seeks and Finds
His Old Master.
TVPJN'VHIl. Oct. 11. A servant's dr
votlon to Ma master and a love for
art neTum in a romance which began
M th" PMtsMssVN, in I then foggd ltd
aequel on Colfax avenue, after the lapse
of Mn than twelve ye.its. And ths
finding of Ma former vnlnt by Capt.
Clarence S. Nettles of No. 17 Logan
treet may result In Denver giving Hie
world a Filipino artist prodigy another
The tale of two eontln'rrta began while
cap;. Nettles waa atatloned at Hollo In
the Philippines In limn. Flndng the
need of n valel, the enptan selected
Auguettn Puerto, then nine yeara old.
As a reward for satisfactory services,
flapt. Nettles took the lad wherever he
went, and five years later when com
pelled to return to the t'nlted mates
on account of illness, he yielded to the
boy's pleadings and brought him to this
Shortly after his arrival In Denver
Cspt. Nettles waa removed to the Oov
ernment Hospital at Washington.
D. C, to tiave an operation performed.
Puerto was left In charge of the fam
ily residence. Ml months later when
Capt. Nettles returned to this city he
f und the boy had disappeared.
mellowing an extended search Capt.
Nettles became convinced that his
valet could not be found and gave up
the search. Two months ago while
walking along Colfax avenue he no
ticed a familiar figure. Closer Inspec
tion proved It to be ths missing valet.
In the explanation which followed
Puerto declared he feared his hrne
faetor would not return and started In
search of him. Hunting Ihe army
posts of the country, the boy Inquired
for bis friend, hut owing to bis limited
education, woe unab'e to explain his
mission and ths search proved futile.
Working his way until he reached
Washington. D. C. Puerto obtain!
emjtfnrymemt with Mrs lliflllp Mat
Hng. wMely known 1n Washington
society. Becoming interested in ths
wanderer. Mrs. Matllng noticed Puerto'a
passion for art and skill at drawing, and
hater sent him to the famous 'ochre n
ftohool of Art. wtiero the boy waa :n
truotad by the noted artist Mlllot, who
perished In the Titan; - disaster.
Attracted by toe hoy's akin and his
love of the work. Millet Informed Mrs.
Mating that PlM 'a future waa as sured
If he oontlnued to study Later.
before starting on the Jrurnev which re
sulted In his death. Millet gave 1'unrto
an autnirraphed letter praising bis work
and predicting that he too would some
day be famous tot his creations of r'..
Bo Renews Ills earek.
After spending mors than two years
In Washington. Puerto found hla long
ing to een Capt. Nettles had not dimin
ished and decided to renew ths search.
Having suved aufnrlsnl money to bring
him to I vnver ths boy, now twenty-one
yeara old. walked the streets of ths
ony several days wltn ma nope n
finding his benefactor. It was dur
ing one of these wandsrtngs that Caipt.
Nettles found him.
learning of his formsr servant a
talent he took him home and placed
him as a pupil at the Heed Hrhool of
Art In this city so that he could con
tinue his studies In the mean time
Puerto will bs given a chance to ex
tend hla knowledge of hngilsn.
ftlnce his arrival In Denver ruerto
has demonstrated Ida ability by creat
ing several beautiful canvases In oil.
In addition he has made many draw
ings from life with pen and Ink and
pencil. Baoa t' the cieatuuia snowwi
According to Capt. Nettles the boy
Is wltliout a living relative, and when
found In the Philippines more than a
decade ago was earning a precarious
living doing odd Jobs for the men
about the army poet I'nkeinpt and
almost tuiked. this tiny native of our
new possession seemed to promise
II. tie of becoming a genius.
WINTER EDING OF
Infant Industry Now Getting At
tention Is Yielding Hand
UafaOKM, Mont, Oof. 11 -That the
winter feeding of etork promises tn be
come one of the most Important Indui
trlea of ths Yelloisatone Valley la tht'
opinion of men eho are posted on ron
dltlona. Already It haa aseuined such
proportion rhut it means the amplo
ment of many men fur the greatiM
portion of the rear. Although the busi
ness Is comparatively In Its Infancy,
thousands of cattle end sheep und many
lioga have POOH alilpped uinuiaUy to th
varlnua murketa. mid a gulden hurvrnt
haa been wiped by the turn engaged In
In the prna ..f th,. lilliinue Sugar Com
pany last aeason 0b0u1 o.uno cattle mid
lA.uii ehi-ep were fattened for murk":
The Iwioka ahmv that forty Meg Mil
twenty teama r iiiiploy.d, mid mat
the money Invested for the took, feed
and help Mrrrecstsd 1400,000, Tin. bulk
of the animals Wen1 to tin. packers u
Hi-ttie. tmt hundred! wore Nhipped to
Chtoavgo ami Spokane The rations mi
alfalfa, beet pulp an.l a) nip. The latte,
waa m'.ke-l vtltli the alfalfa, and tint
let leri H:tv such excellent roSUltfl we
obtained that many of the shipments
brought tup notch prlcea.
Si. valuable was tine PontrAOl con
sidered that It wns let for the ensuItiK
aeason to several prominent feeders, and
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMl CINTtURCVMNNV, NIW YORK U'l
Bears f ,
.. . ,MX
with the best pulp tonnare Increased
fully SO per cent., there will be a cor
responding Increase In the number of
animals, fattened, help employed and
Throughout the valley to the west,
Including the Clark Fork, Stillwater
ana Itosabttdi Ihousnndi of sheep end
rattle are finished by companies and by
li dividual farmers. The region Is par
ticularly adapted to the Industry on ac
n iint of the mildness of the winter and
the comparatively light snowfall, and
the fact that It is the home of alfalfa
and the sugar beet.
Fome of the animals are owned by
residents of the vallei. While thousands
gee shipped or trailed In from other
parte of Montana or ndldnlng States
AboHl m.fiti eatt'n were brought up last
Winter from Not them Wyoming and
fattened on Ye lowrtono Valley alfalfa
and beet lops.
A Inrge am on! of wl.eat Is also used
in fa!ter'.ng PheSP an I lamb, whlln I
some corn it frequently added to the
ration. Particularly for catfle and hogs.
The feeding of th- latter Is 1n Its In
fancy, hut will. It ll predicted, grow at
a phenomenal rale.
It 1s predl.ted that the largely In-cT'-aaed
areas of alfalfa, beets, wheat
and corn mean that the winter feedlnr
industry will go forward by leaps and
bounds until this section will send more
finished etock to market than any In
AI.WsVV PrlR TO-DAY.
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POUT OV IVtVW YORK.
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" OtTTOnlNfl PTKMfTHPH.
lAIUaTJ to ncr.
Maraoja. Trinidad. ll4oniuu, San Juan.
A nt ilia. Tanue Allfiiiantua lUftl
Mohawk. Jai kKiiirllla " .
Itlc da Janelr I
IPnnrn the Wa'h'natlon Htar.l
"Why la KeKlnald cupcrlng about In
that extraordinary fashion? Has he
stubbed hla toe?"
"No, lb oas thought of a good name
f .r a to w dAnce and Is trying to Invent
a new step to fit It."
Pounding Home the Truth.
If we said that our clothes were
from every viewpoint the best clothes
to be bought for the money we would
have hit the nail on the head.
And right there we ought to be able
to slop except for the man who justly
Here, then, we repeat the Reasons WHY we
justly claim Superiority.
Our Suits and Overcoats, first of all, are
EXCLUSIVE. Because we make our clothes on
our own premises we do not go to the Woolen
Mills to buy cloth until seven months after the
shops that sell wholesale makers' clothes are
selecting their fabrics.
At this time the Woolen Mill artists are just
beginning work on new patterns lor next year.
We bought many of these for immediate delivery.
He.iult EXCLUSIVE fabrics. And into
these litbrics is put the skill and expert work
manship which their superiority deserves.
Exclusive fabrics blend witli just right cut
and finish Style (and more) from the word go.
For three weeks we've been repeat
ing ttiis same advertisement. Now,
doesn't this very fact prove to you
that we are driving home an argu
ment In favor of our clothes which
you cannot afford to ignore?
V UNDER SAME tONTrnVaOWWRSIIIP S'NCC VyllW
" ocadway at v,y nnitt st - new york - 5'
IUU0N ST. AT FLATUUS'I AV.-BHOOK'.YN -Bf
WANTS MEN TO TEACH
Woman Head of Domestic Sci
ence Sees No Other Present So
lution of Her Hard Problem.
OOtAMtmm, Ind , net. 11 -MVis Mary
I.. Matthews of the Tiomestlo Bcience
I icpnrtjnent of Purdue I'nlverslty. who
la one of the Instructors nt the Ilartholo
mew County Teae'iers Institute, has a
distinctly difficult problem before her.
She Is preacjiing the gospel of useful
ness In the schoola and she Is trying to
Interest the men 1n all branches.
i f course, men are Interested In All
things useful, but when It comes to
teaching a man how to teanh sewing
or cooaing me road to success Is ex
Mlsa Matthews hopes to aee the day
not far distant when every country
school will hare a course tn domestlo
science Hhe la looking forward to ths
ttms when ths pupils of ths rural
schools may get the groundwork of
sewing and cooking. As nearly half of
these rural schools nr taught by men,
her problem becomes all the harder.
Ths men tescherM : - u upon cook
ing so something that haa to bs done
when they go camping, or a necessary
evil when their wives are away and
they decide to "batch" for a few daya
Almost any man can fry an egg or get
a couple slices of bacon In such a
shape that they can b taksn In
wardly, but when It cornea down to
the principles of good food values,
proper preparation of food. Jkc, the
average man Is at sea.
The men who do know these things
are mostly drawing high salaries In
the been hotels of the oountry.
And whn It comes to sewing, the
average man can arrange matters be
tween a button and hie trousers so
that his suspenders continue to sus
pend, but he does not know a great
deal about the art of making aprons,
dust caps or ths wearing npparel that
girls are now taught to make In the
However, the secret of the whole
matter. Miss Matthews thinks. Is 'he
supervisor She wants m see ths school
authorities the township trustees be
come enlightened to such an extent
that they will hire a sewing and cook
ing supervisor for the entire township,
or where the townships au-e small one
supervisor might find time for two or
three. With a supervisor thoroughly
trained tn the work shs thinks the use
ful arts not even toiiohed upon In the
rural schools now could hs taught, and
AV.BET 27'" A 28'":.TS,
B ROADWAY AT UtDfOliD AV.
the children who never attend a hith
school where they mlglit have such ad
vantages would quit the grades with
a ktiowb-dge of something practicable -something
they cmld put Into 1mm.- li
nts use In their homes.
Por Ihe quick cure of ectema, acne
and all lain rliscnac nothing equals Poa
Ism. Kvcn ita ovcr-niittit use ia sufficient
to ilcmonalratc how
Itching stops with first application.
Irritation i sulidiieil.
Burning skin soothed and comforted,
Inflamed akin quirkly cleared.
Its healing process is rapid. Improve,
ment being noted day by day until the
skin resumes normal color and condition.
Salt rheum, barbers' and all form of
itch, rashes, pimples, etc., are quickly
POSLA M SOAP keeps the skin secure
against infection and (liseaie, improves
its color and texture, soothes tender skin,
makes complexions clear, hands soft. The
best shampoo for dandruff.
All druggista sell Poslam (price AO
cental and Poslam Soap (price .' cents).
For free samples, write to Ihe Kmergency
Laboratories, flu West 5th Street, New
lut longest in laundering hold shape.
Try them it will pay you. The
newest shipe ii Ihe Pembroke, with
UMs KCORu "snap-on" BUTTON.
HOLE, a for 25c k$ sizes.
Pembroke, 2 11 In. Kensett, 2 '! la.
Chatham. 2 ia.
GEO. P. IDE aft CO.
Afao Maktrm uf Urn SMrii
TROY, N. Y.
'20 to 30
Suits and Overcoats
Doctor Wiley's fight, against
benzoate of soda and other chem
ical preservatives and artificial
colors in foods is supported by
our own experience that their
use is not necessary when clean,
sound, fresh, wholesome, perfect
raw materials are employed.
We learned long ago that clean
workers, clean kettles, clean
kitchens and honest foods make
all chemicals, "harmless" or
otherwise, entirely unnecessary
in producing delicious and at
tractive foods that will keep indefinitely.
before a jurv of exacting house
wives would prove by their rich
natural color, perfect anatomy,
beautiful appearance, delicate
and delicious flavor, that scienti
fic cookery needs no artificial aid
and wants none.
Our success in preserving foods
by natural, oid-fashioned methods
affords all the vindication Doctor
Wiley will ever need for his un
compromising stand on the pure
Appetite is sharpened and di
gestion stimulated by skillful
home cooking for the reason that
A 04-page book about Premier
Stomach Trouble of
12 Years' Standing
Gives Way to Duffy's
Mil. MUM) V. ZINK.
Mrs. Fred K. Zink, 82x8 Saratoga St.,
New Orleans, La., writes:
"My hiishaml iulttrsd with stomarh
trouble for over i yesrs, during wbirb
time be doctored with three dortofs.
r ho gave him no relief. He kept grow- '
ing worse, had to be very rareftil as i
to what be ute, as things always irjnred
on bis stomach, hut, thank (iod, after
hiking three bottles of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey he was entirely cured,
lie still takes it as a tonic and ive would
never be without It. lie now looks fine
and etighi iw pounds. I can highly
reconmend it to any one tfflicted with
Duffy's Pure Malt Whlakay
If you have dyspepsis or indigestion
in any form you should use Duffy's
Uff Malt Whiskey. When taken at
Mealtime it stimulate-, the milcoui sur
faces and little gland) of the stomach
to a healthy action, thereby improving
Ihe digestion and assimilation of the
food and giving to the system its full
proportion of nourishment.
Sold in MMtled bottles only by drug
gtstS, grocers and dealers. 1.00 a large
bottle. :: si lii: YOU (1ST DVt.
: ' 1 1. .. i .... .ii ;, .. ,.,,, intel:..D i '
I ooElel free on unification.
Tlit Vuffy Malt ,'......'... tV, Re. healer, N. Y.
tss I o-il) .iul to-morrow are fifty of rff-
trfltlMh If n ' ni,l rncliatcr rou vmn-
nut voir. UraUtrutluu booths will opva at
there are no shadows of anxiety
or doubt in the background to
spoil the pleasures of the palate.
The Premier Pure Food Kitch
ens make a special point of re
producing utter honesty of sur
roundings. That is what our
three graduate chemists are for.
Premier Canned Corn
From tht State of Maine only,
wbert the world's finest asrect
cor a growa. Per can ISc.
Made In F.urnpe from the Rus
sian Taganrog and hard Afri
can wheat. Very different from
domestic macaroni. Full
Premier Perri -Walla Tea
Pure India and Ceylon, uneol
ored and unfaceel. AVaJ Tea.
Per H Ik. caaiaiar 30c.
Food Productt and the way they are made sent free to any housekeeper.
LEGGETT & CO., NEW YORK
Pon t Miss ItH
ILLUSTRATED IN COLORS
Free with Next
and scientific care-Jib
a 1 1 1 rm
fulness contribute undeniable
delights to good cooking. Good
digestion naturally follows. This
is an important paragraph in the
Premier Pure Food story.
The Sign of the Star on the
independent grocery store front
is the connecting link between
ideals of per
fection and a
sign at least
the six follow
ing Premier Products are obtain
able, sometimes many more :
Premier Fruit Jams
Nothing hot fresh ripe fruit and
sure sugar, pouad for poaad.
Currant Jally ssd Orange Mar
malade br tbe ssme hostsi, old
faahloned rule. Par ar 25c.
The rich, Arm, crisp, meaty hind.
food when They coma out of the
utile because they were good
when they west la. 2Sc. to $1.00
Premier Roasted Coffee
In sealed caalstara, preaervlag
Ita fresh flavor iadensltsly. Par
Premier Pure Foods era sold ander our unuslsfUd
guarantee. If the Quality is not entirely satisfactory
get your money back at too place you made your pur
chase. Wo stand behind the goods and the grocer.
T A. M. ao4 clM at 10 V. Mb t