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THE KEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 26, 1903.
eouth of the piers. sas she followed him
a far a the patrol box and then preceded
Jilra hack as far as the pier. This man
was not a belieier In the supernatural,
hut he ajs that her actions that night were
-ertalnl unennnj. She fol.ed all of his ef
forts to appioach her tlo-eli'nnd there was
something to unearthly about It all that
the beach pitrolmin ntra dread the lonel
nlrht walk alomr the desolate coast
Others returning to town late at nlcht
ln -een the womnn along the pier. The
fog station man met her once, hut she
turned aside whin he approached. going to
the oliter tlmhers of the pier, where "he
Flood until he had pa-cd. This summer
scnr.nl loum- people have seen the m
terj. liuanalil, whn mcetlns nnbody
Mie rteps aid' to the outer planking or
Jumps iff tr-e shore side and disappears up
the luntK ineelid lillls
Who 'he is .11 what she i. or where she
comes from is as much of a masters to
day as ihi :iii;Iit when first she i seen
And no one is ery nn ous to solve the
1LOK MMtlMIs. H.I..
Pin" weather lit" added to the enjojment
if the busjs at tin Olendale Hotel, mid
mam entertainments of i.irious kind" hue
lieon glen, the most 'miwlant of which
was a part un Wnn"ihv etening whlc'i
ended with irlle jn inter, sting music p'ii
Bninme Mrs- itohirt Ilroiut and Mrs J
.1. Smllh nf :-;. IjouSs were the principal
loral -oloi Is
Arams ihe atriials tli week at the
Mr and A1-. M S I'ttqua and Mr and
Mr-. Koh.il lirrmn nf -( laiuK others
from St Ijiii:s liem:; M-s Hisinj; anil Wal
ter Hiisjne .Mr M lkr!h J P Sen en
hrenner ami fimil., Thomas M Cormark
and Jli'-s aIhp .Mu"irnnck. Mrs u J.
Smith an.l 1 uirhtiT All... Man Hood Ml-.
11 I! r.ibrii ins and f.imlU. I Under. Mr
and Mrs i: i: hnuir. N. Sloufel. J M
Anli.il- frem Sprit g.Vl.1. in. are A. 11.
S'uindfM. Itoheit lalmtt. A .Mn-er. Charles
-M.is, r. .Mrs I'harl. - PI.-, k.
Abbe, l.-iptoii. from LrliiiiOti III
1! Moore William Speaks Maud- Him
im. 'lir!- wm1 Tind fnniili. V. .
Speaks and w if. IL 1" Tolliier M I Pirr
son. fr.Mii l.oul ille. 111. lm!sa I'uriine-.
Miss A .1 t'lm I'lei-nm Plains 111 . .1 el.
Hail. Rom III . o ,. w ., Mini w le.iuk-i
III. Wil'iiri i:.irrtr tJirard. Ill: Mi-3
ell IVntis .Iaik-sii.ii.le.lll.lt S Morris.
ilne.i III, r I- More. Vile. III. Mrs J
S' l-uell anl dauchter and lyi llann-ly
and fainlli. Washington Ind . Williim
Itrlnlex Sh inncetnnn 111 .1 S Wall ire
and familj. Ta lorille. 111. Mrs Lnura
llmil. 1'almer III . .1 i: It.ieinnan and Al
hert llelnekamp. Iniirii iml , James K.
Mark. John Talis J s Johu-on 1! I Kuril-..
Olnei. lift. Mrs i i.,,B, .MorrlimiilIc,
HI.; J i:l Willis ad familj. Enlkld. 111.
A'phii ltiiiIiz MIrh Jilli 2( Wjt.e
tnuIiur is filing Its attention this week
xrrj larselj : athletics A lull i lull, ci m
lio'cd of leri fast placers, has been orxan
lje,!. wilh Temp Itolilnson as eitdaln Ilaj
Pruttt as minagei. and Hell HiOiup as .is
Histai t manacer. and the bm s are now pre
paied to m-ft .hi) eluli in the reort reslon
There Is s0m,. t,, f reorcaul7lUR the li
!i's Ltll train, which did such ercutlon in
prplnus 3'ars N
lalnaid Kittle has jovjM ti famlli here
ind John KIM" ha return -1 from trip to
Allan Wjman nrrlicd this week to Jon
his friends in th- Wjman cottas.'.
Mrs. JIlnra i: Carr of AVtt Pin" street
Is a at:-st at Colon! il Hal
JK I. Knan. NashMlIe. Tenn . is also at
The ltd "rend William larer and Mrs.
Klmer aro In their cotfise at West Weque.
Jh and Mrs Mnspi.n of Ka'.-.ts
Civ are at Hotel Wqueton-lns
Slirs I l.m in arrled here jeslerdav for
U. A. JIaiiTj. .1 P. SlUir. W T Clark
and Whltlemore and Mi's Nab-' Femnlo
Scott are amoi.g the latest arrha's at Wo-
At Colonial Hall West Wenuetonslns.
are: Mlsoot, Marv Hague and Eleanor -on
Pin-.. Mia- G. H. Housh. MIs Hhecc.i
Moh1s. Mrr. U 1 KinRsiomk Mrs. I. A
Moffat and Mr John Wentworth Also Mrs
Kotiis Miller. Miss Miller and Caroline I)
rishcr or Pprincflpld. Mr. and Jlrs. H. H.
Ilo'jj. Decatur. Ilk
Charleo!v. MIrh, July II Miss Icy
Jlockwood. Mr anil airs. F S Ttockwood
and Misses Helen and Charlotte Rockwood
weio with their friends at Chlcaso Club
Ciwrht- A Itloek Is summerlnc at the
iteaih Mr. and Mrs - s Shirk of Se-tl-ilia
at" also at Charlevoix lSeach Ixduis
Hjuek. M. !.. and Mr. and Mrs Charles
C Ilronaush are Rucsts at the ENlon.
Mrs. B S Ilrady and MI'S Kulu Uradi
stopped at the EJston thii week and haie
Rone on the Ironton
At Ihe MeHedere are Mi and Mr J 1
Ilrandt. Miss Plorenc" Urandi. Mrs. '"har'iM
T. .lone.s. Mrs. William HaiischuUe. Mlsb
Kucllla HPUchulte. Mi. and Mrs. W A
Jlodpdon. Mrs. J. a Cahill. Misss K-onora.
mul Muile and Messrs James T. and Ed
rar Cahill, Mrs. i; p. Carrpbe'l. Miss Kjcile
tiimpbrll. ANo Mi's E G Sutton, Miss
Josephine Sutton. Mr. and Mis S K Geis-lnccr.
of St. Tuls
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Plln
are'hero lor the season.
Miss M.ijme I.imah of Jersellle
arrived for the season.
"Mrs. Itobcrt Urlnshurst or St. I-ouis, who
Is spsndins the season Here. Is entertalnins
her mother. Mrs M. D. Christopher.
Mrs Thomas A. Cas. of Otterville, HI , Is
the Kiiest of frknds at Chautauqua.
Miss Urate Enos of JertejUlle is a Clnu
Atrs. Unff Hickman Is entertaining Mrs.
Stuckman of St. Kouhr.
-Mrs Kleakman entertained Miss Clara
htllc Slaten of Jer-etvllle last week.
Miss Edna Ktrd or Alton is the Kiiest of
Alisb laiuis Seott is entertaining Miss i
Stella Urinton of Jersejtllle. '.
Miss Maud Osturn of Ppper Alton wis ,
the guest of Chautauqua fritnds last wctk
ATrs James Xucent of St. Ijiuis. .ln is
PIendlng tlie season In the "Itlde-a-Wee"
cottage. Is entertaining her mother. Mrs. C.
1'. tton of Mount Virnon, III.
A'ls. H E Porce of Sttanton. Xeh , wis
tne guest of Chautauqua fitn!.
Mls Ada Terry enttrtalni-d Airs. Pjpil
Ai. Edwards of Snpulpa, I T.. at the Piasi
-Mrs j. Fi-ht r and daughters, tlu Mis. es
Hazel and Julia rishrr. of St. Ioul', are
tinting here for the t win.
Airs iz. Camer.on nf tlrecnllilds. Hi.,
is spending- the sjhiii here.
Ml-. M.irltn Engli-h is entertaining Mi-s
Alildrid uten or Et.uistotl, III
Airs p M Van Trc-sc r,iu a jachting
rartx on the Transit Taelai In holier ot
Doctor Caroline GeL'tl of Eittle Cr.-k.
Jl'o 1 P A'anih I Kippe of St I. ou Is. who
his a cottage here for the se ison gic a
luncheon on T'tup-d i in honoi of Mot tor
Caroline GeKel of I! ntle Cr ek. Allch . an.l
her gu.t. Ml s Winig, -. also ,pf Ratile
Crpek. Th luncheon was a rod-and-green
affair Those pnvnn were. Docto1 GeheJ.
Miss Wlniser. Airs P. M. Van Tretsp ,f
liehinon. III., Mrs J. O Allller of Ei-n St.
Koul AIKs Ad-i Tint- of Otterille. 111.
and AIis Anna Spent cr of Jcriwllle.
Mls Gertrude rirotvn ot Alton Is Usltlnc
Mlts Mirtha Smith cf St Iuls Is visiting Miss
Tin MKes Ell t ar.l Kucv Harilciistle departed
Frlil fnra ilsit to Manltnu Snrlnss Colo
Miss Hd i Jones of fct luis siwrit tae week
here tilth friends
Miss ivail Mulre cave an at horn" Tu'aday
IM S' II.I.K, IMJ.
l'I.V CIIALTtClI .
Alirs Alr.rion Englian is entertainin
norcjup uarren or Jeis.c t Ille.
All's Icna Chapptl of Lincoln. Xeh. was
the guest of frlerds at the ncf Cor;s
cttttPge lafcl week.
MrF, 1'raiiK A. Whitesldcs of Carrolltoa,
111 . has arrli cd for the season
Mrs. A. V. Pui'itu- and M'ss Elizabeth
Purlnton a-d Mi'-s Xc'IIe Dodson of Jer-s-cvtllle
are isltor.- hit
AIis Jessie Ilrcssel of Kane, 11!.. has ai
rbed for an extended stai
A party of oung ladles fiom Bunker Hill
111., are camping here fo: the se.isDn Tit"
portv cons'tts of AIIsp Plosie Jlorrisor.
AIIIIIp Hackpj. Mattle Callav.av and Har
Airs. A. K. Van Horn of Jer-ejIIle was
a Cli aut.tuqu l isltor 1 lit week
Airs.. J. c. Eoss of Carrcllton. III., Is a
A lMit of JirsejIIIe jowig pctsons
Mc:it SjikIiv as the gu- Is of Clnut luqua
frlei.G!.. The pJit t orsisted ot Misses
Ada Cartel. Hattie. Kuc and Mai irm
htrong. Alaggie McDonald. Fannie Schnei
der and Ale-sj-v. ried Wilcoi, AVI11 ISittrr
nth and Julius Schneider.
A M ;im 1 n- r"tnmnl frn-i a ll'lt In Mll-
Mil" Fret HelnlieM -ml lillilrn int th
T-isk xrlth fritnl In Kffiijham
Mr .1. It I'.iin" "f (tietncTlle. Iml . It a
Etipt of friends In llil" rltt
Mrr Ham IIookr 1 tl'PIng hT muher In
Mr- G 1 Itarrotts is iiome from n il.t in
Mr John ihlll anl ttauphtrr. Mornce. of
si t)ul are lulling frlPn.N In this . lt
M-" Jennie GUilr an.l dauchter ts.rKlr, ppent
th l eek with friends 111 Terre IIatlt
Mr anl Mrs ltoe AWrn ef S.. I.ujli are guets
of Jams Halntlre an.l famlh
Mls Anna IjhIkp was a puet of friends In Hf
nngham t!il wek
Air and Mr .1 .1 ilsnl lnte rrtumf.l to their
rom In Prlrotton. Inil
Mr an.l Mr" lol-n KnlEht anil children are il
Itlnp In ttaleslnrp HI
, Ji.r" ".."- Ilarrl" i" a KUc-t cf friend In
Miss Kllz-t Haid"n ha returned home to Ne
05a after il-ttlng frlendi
ATr C M Ackeman 1 1" relumed hm to
fhampatgn aftr illtln re'atltts in this clti
milium II itum or sprirgth-d. Ill, iisited
frl-nds and rlailtes In this rltt
MIs Ada Hhodcs has rpturn.1 hrnie to Deca
tur aft-i- il-ltlnK Mls IVorl CaII
Mrs Hfnn Conrad of s IjouW spent thp neek
ulth rplatlip In this cltj
Mr and Mrs Jtnvstpn .-ytd children cf l"ort
Vtorth TVx . ar ilIUnir In the clt, ih mists
of r W Harris and famlli
-Irs 1- j- ti.ttait is ittlng relatlies In Wa
Mrs tteor? Mith las son to tl oonCckt. f
l for an 1 xten.'ed illt wPh jelatlies
Miss i;iia shlnn of Rffircham l In lh clli.
visiting Mrs hfther H.innam
Mi kalhnp Npl.'hl.nr nf Tar-n ITot.tn 1.
lleltlns frlnd In thl ilt
Atrs Iaurt Miarp In returned from an ex
trndM itit In In.I amisills and Miebullle. Ind
Jiiss jesp Mansneld of Indlantpolls Is a eue-t
of Mr an.l Mrs John Sc!illehr
Mies Hip Hails j, nomf Inim a tno weeks"
-.Iflt In ct Itils
Mls Alice Sillier is home from a tMt In Chl-c-taro
Mr and Mr Latrrence Pond hate returred
rome to ulllian. aftr lisltlng rlatltes and
Mrr Ca-1 Airu:s an Euri- ninrr. or Indianap
olis are puf-ts of Ijus strelKei ant familj.
Mr and Mrs Charles Chaplin are ilsltlrg
re)atl."s in Cbwdn
Mrs Frank schuls.off and children hat pen
to Ksnsi" Clti and sallna. Kas . for a two
inerths iifit with relitltts
Mr. and Mis g. W. Aleximaer hate returned
to Fairfield. Ill . after spending the wc
Charles Hoeriu an.l daughter Ollie visited rela
tltes in Tarts 111. this wee),
James Walters of Terre Haute. Ind. Is a puest
of Maltnon friend.
Mi's Maud Harp-r of Hethanr Is Tlitln?
frlerds In this eltj.
Miss .Mile rtridprs of Eat St 1su I. ll'itlng
Mies Ehlelle Osborn has pone to Itloomlneton.
Ill . for a il'lt
, Mr- eora Thompson cf Chlcaco I a puet of
Mr- " "Ui tin
Mil's Huth I.aie--j 1 spending a ccuple or necks
Mi-s Helen Itninlnc or Eiantill. Ind . Is
a cueft of Mls Kate miccrii
Miss Mnl e impton has retu-ne.l home te,
Cliarlestrn after a ilsit with Mls Etl-e iioner
Mls .1 ola Crallei hap pone to l!nton for an
eitmde.1 ilIt uPh her sl'ler. Mrs Ttamas
Mls Opal Ellis has r'tirned home to tnlllian
afi'r a il'it with JIIss ivarl Ellis
Mr- M. L. Bellm and lter. M'" Marr Win
ter, haie returned home to Htghlcnd lit. after a
ilsit tvllh Jneob Illttriter and familj.
Airs nutus Cooper and Mrs John Selbert
hue returred home to Ia5"n. Ill afier il'lt
with Mrs. J J. Walsh.
ijuiMmntart t, Mi"' Eleanor Walker of Po
sejiille. Ind nn.l Mi's Adelaide s.jaj r itt,n.
Ill i fete was pien Ti.es.laj eier.lng hi Mls
Msi.ile Waher at h r home In Ent Ml'ouri
Mi-eet The lawn i.as lnuig villi lantern-, anl
d.incirg 1 nl gained were eujiie,!. pes and
t ikes wen serted at small tables on the Hun
lh" puests were Tlie Mles Eleanor Walker,
Adelai.l. j i". Emm t Temi le IJzzle anipliell,
.Nellie viee Anna i"-jis'r. l,eithn Itarnhardt.
Eat- W Iniiirg kale Kill Inge- iu.'t Kucklurdt.
Heln Ml'lel. Me't-rs Norton Ihirch. Morton, ,
1. hen'-ati'er ly.ulj J"rlt7, railing, Kaip'er. '
Pierce, Itlene jvter Pollet Henrj Weber. Mr.
nnd Mrs J I'. Muier. Mr ind Mr- Charles A.
Minn and Mr and Mr William Ilium f
p,irLh ii t laun iirti ua- plten Tuesday '
rejiini: in n in'jr ot iinz i i m ns or iiempiis,
Turn. In Mr- G.-orpe Worthlngti n at her home
hi t herr -.net V numter r contests were en.
Joied b the ourg peiple. MM loni llromi be
Inp the uinuer of the hn-t trlze. which was a
lo if Winlims The second prize, a Japinee
fan ua nun bi Wtinin W'orlhlnpton. .ml the
cmsol illnn r. II ti Mi's Hazil 1 nung A' sting
Mr Wothlnptun iver- .lis t Erian. Vis
lohn lti Id-, n .II Thimas Hutton and Miss
I'lUhlid Kernel The tji.iwln wer, tre.nt.
i The Mls'e Ilarel Viurp. Ior. Itn wn. W henu
iW.rthllgtcn Iils Wool l-lillli Wood. Maude
iMilfiird Urn. Ito's. .,iulii Mefutc.nS je
. Kler, h M-trparet ThoiapMin Grice Vlckeri.
Vcns I..iei Huti, solium l.lllijn Hui'lnj
mil litre Woithlretm. Tons and John llrian ,
Inppj inn! i.itlere.1 at in. heme of Mr.
. an 1 Mi- Tlvni M.lf'.i In Outer WasMnptna
ni.nue i) leiiniie the blrthdai of Mrs Mi.el 1
1 M p.lai rienlng 1 Minur a-Bine and ioi-
.i- un' mi i ip- linrtl
Mrs 1 II Onen mil Mi Am-lla Onen will
.lipirt inrlj In i,pkst fir llllnxl. Ml-' where
thei mil spend tu.i months at lh" 'umr-er Inme
..f Mr in I .Mr ,m,rd(f Net. Oiliins. during
the al'eie of Hie Htier rr it t.if- abioid
In Kiiitji'lnieni o the Ve.s white pf Iloon-
J.Vf- ',V! ,,h' au "' fcU.Sts Of ll.e MllfS
Kiel: MI'S Alna W.lntr nti rtalr.e I a few ..f
her friends it iir h. me In I Ii't aienue Tues
.In .itternnon The puets nre rhleflr those
who ImiI been pliniit.s ef th. Mies- White,
and Eletz in .st ,llrj s nf Ihe Wiol" Mu'lc
an 1 p-inies were the tenures if ihe etenlnp
Mr- I rnnelt llnnii of No t Miilisen aienu
'ntertalmd the in. nibers or her i lub at her home
Mend ii nrti moon Tha rett meeting will be w Ith
Mrs lohn r.ndrl. h in I pper secnnd street
siirprls- inrti .is tendered l.i Mrs Ern't
'ilir.-e ,t N r home n Cami bell Mreet hj the
memlKis . f her rlub Wedne-lav afternoon The
parts paihcrt.l nt th- hom or Mr- Herbert
Mene In 1 niinett stnet. nnl nent in a bodi to
the hiine of Ml shore. llefreshments were
. T51." "'"Ming of Mlrs Irene an'on ot this rit
to W s-iott-or Kiokuk. In. will take place
at the home if Miss Sanson's parent-, in this
rill. uput T.
Mr- Iiirl in sherer caie a pl-asant -upper
olltlnc l fink summ(t park Tuesdai afteinoon
in honor or her pue,t-. Mr and Mrs Henri
t.rel inp of Chicago The followlrp nero nresent:
Mr and Mrs w nirenfanper. Mrs Barbara
sehire- -iss Minnie -Vherer. Mi's Irma
fehmltt, Mr- Henri Althoff and daughter. Mi-j
1 el. ,1 1
.Mrs Join Wheel.ran.l Mi's fharlctt-W heeler
spent sundrfi niih rrlinds In Henlerson, Kj
Mls 'lllliw MtihlliRU'en has pone to Dawson
KI rings. Kj . to spend teieral weeks with friends.
-Mr and Mr- Harrj Morrl-on of New oik
nre the puevts of Mr and Mrs H. h. Hennett in
South Tnlnl street
Mrs Henri s. H-ihn and children hate pons
to Elkhart W I-. tor the summer
Mrs Nellie Moran and children of Chicane,
III . are Isilrp their cou'In. Mrs Charles Kro.
nir of Walnut slriet.
Mr nn.l Mr. IV rci WTIl'on of Loulsi ille. K .
ate il-ttlnc l).s-tnr and Mrs H. 1 rilxon.
Hflleri lijecn and daughters, th- Misses Mar
parft hhI Albion lUteon, are at boulh Haien.
Mkb , for n rel week-
l harle Gllliert is here from Chirapo 111 . for
a ilsit with his parents. Captain and Mrs. Harry
Gilbert Doctor Illchard VIeho has returned frem a
fees' lisli in Indiananolls
ill's larparet uaKiei. alter a loriniput s -iibh
with relallies In IndlanaiKilu.. has gone to De
troit Mich, to il'it friend-
'ihe Ileierend and Mrs Fdwards of Green-ea-lle
Ind . ar the puesls cf Mr. and Mrs Hor
ace Tingle, of Kiter-'de nienue Mr Edwards
I- ree'or ef ?t John n Episcopal Chunh at
Mr- E I. Plowman and daughter. Miss Edna
Plowman, hale gono to Kansas Clti for a short
Mr and Mrs J Pmlth and Ml'- Itena Kalt
rran departed sundai for Poland Ind , where the
latter will spend tli month lisltlnp lelatlie-,
the former reurnlnp after a week s ilsit
Mr and Mrs Clmrie- O'Hara departed Sundai
tor St Marj's-er-the-Woods. where the latter
will spend a fortnight
Miss itlnnch Joseph who has been the guest
of relatlies her- for the past rortnlght, returnei
to Vln-ennes ind , sundai
Mr. and Mr- I. P. Miller and daughter.
Louise, ot P(. Iyiul, Mo . nre id'ltlng the fanill)
of 1". C. Endicott of Adams avenue.
of Men's Trousers
Starts ToMorrow Morning
Saturday we received by express from New York City 1,400 pairs of Men's Fine
All-Wool Dress Trousers, which our buyers in the Metropolis picked up at a song
from one of the best trousers-makers in the country. The purchase comprised 27
lots, or different patterns, and several hundred sample trousers. They were
bought so cheap that the price at which we shall place them on sale to-morrow
does not equal the cost of materials, in most instances. There are trousers in
this purchase as fine as you can find anywhere at any price. To-morrow morning
we start the sale, and give
You can choose from fine Solid Worsteds, Cheviots, Bedford Cords, Blue Serges,
Wool Crashes and Homespuns you can have solid blacks, fancy plaids, wide
stripes, small stripes, neat checks, and mixtures. Whatever you fancy in color
ings, be it in light, medium or dark effects, is here. These trousers are cut in
latest style, have the proper "hang," are excellently trimmed, tailored and finished
come in regular, stout, slim and extra sizes, and altogether are the grandest
values ever on sale in this town. See them in our Washington Avenue window
"Your Money's Worth
or Money Back."
tniv -nlcrp. ns It In nooJ IV- tbo ;.at tT-ntv
3 Mrs, the lst coniplevio.i rmpa'-ntlon made. It
JTrovei pimple. ul-irk-liaas,
hlofhs tar. un
lum. frrcU-v urink!.
Mr rrti ma!fft tif m
j.nft pmofH'i ind bsautlfjl
It 1 pr-Tih.M bi phFi-
tens Is rerftctls harmlfss
and its ut cannot Ira d-
UX2M1 Itnlni ! uM and
rtjTnmfnd',d by hundreds
or thou--ani:s. Including
manj jf th not famoui
and 1auttful women in
i Oxzin R?lm. 2Zc SOeand
51 00 a Jar. trial Mm inc.
at flmeclKt lixl Tonnrt.
nnnt storrs. or ire nd it poKtaap paid on tp
"lrt ot the price An Oi7yn Beauty Book coes
rith rr jar. V will rrfund the monc if It
dor not pro. rnlirfl tisfactori.
W hall mail r. sampl of Oxzyn Halm. Oxzn
Complexion I'o-nrdrr and an Oxzjn Bfaut Book
free on rpctipt f ten cnts to par for postasa
and packlns:. If this paper is mentioned.
E SHAFtUM MFG. CO, 878 Broadway, New York.
Cxijti Halm, rcsnlir 5i2s. also trial 3Cc flse.
U for sale In St. Istuis by thrr nrms. Any of
them "Mil tell you what excellent Eati'factlon It
Ehes their customers;
VXLI,TAM n MIK DTIT KOODS TO
Sr-KIH1GS. VM)EHOOUT &. HARNET
JUDGK K DOLriT DRVG CO . CIS OlUe at.
nAllOTEAH ) TM N Ilmadt...
OLrF-MLtsOX 1RUG CO.. Slsth ana -TasJi-fcigton
rntCKK-TTAHX T)nUG CO
I.NDRIILBDRIG CO . Sixth and Chestnut st.
3 J.1.AXD ;.lH,tJ.R DULG CO . fclxth and !
BEK bug expellees
DH lia b-it ritrer X8
DfGJ. 1LCAK, Am, UCK,
Insect. Ho matter hew mujy
olher kind you Lit uie4
and f&i:ed. 'Trr ThU." TT
ra-iruit It to rid a knn tf
lecniKiij ua permaneatir or
lEFeets or oey refooded.
ItdoosBOt lea.TB car STAIN.
I DUTT. DIRT, or SMELL, ap-
Ereciatea dj erery (px
mfkrt- Prir. Ci (Wis
I by mill, prepaid. (Wholwal
r prioa to &3atiand tketfru
Sratuuiapttdtcv Mlllor Morcantile Co.,
' ! 503 Gtnnailla JMr Hide- SU Taul. Illnn.
8:39 A. M.
8:25 tnd 11 P, U.
C't TIckcttf UroaJway and Clujitnut St.
Th niai-i'c o' Ill's I.'Illan I!a.IIr. OiuEhtrr
cf fonduior 11'ndler of tills cit lo.Ia. Htnir.
itinrihoi-se foroman for ih U'inots (Vntral rt
rull.n. took plac Uc.nfs.li aft?rnoon M 4J&
o'tlo-K at tc rsidrco ct" lc brM. 'I h cne
rncrv -las p?rformMl b. th.- Hercnl i: 11
Kairsj. Tlio couple dfjartcl ct 6 o clcck fjr
I'ultcn vlcr thfy .!!! roM
J'auurah l hai.lei cf the Unuu'itfrE of the fin
fcaMarr mt Mo. da msrolns nlth Mis Mo
The MtirmaUers" Club wis cntertaln,d on
Me.in'Ga cenlnR: at cards o AIis Dorothy
Thr ph)s!clan3 and nurses cf the Illinois Cen
tral Hospital njoje1 a picnic at Wallace l'arl.
TuFda aftf-men pni nicjl
The "-larrlase Dr ili's Mnh lAocd tnd Walt"
0rncs, a ".Trll-kno-w n and popalar ouni cour.if-,
took nlice Sunda .-iftnooii at 1.30 o clock ct
tho rsidnce of the l.ilJe Tlie llecrend G t
1'ciTjman of the First UirtUt Crurch pfIorm"d
rIif.s zulima ltSRlcj ntcrtaincd it fuc.ire on
TicFdai ocnlnc ii hoi or of -diss Katherine
LH'int v' ClailsiIUe. Ter.i The firs: prize uas
cn bj Mlrs rile-t. ih scccrd by ilr lUbb-ll
srd lie third by Uhss IJaker Tne i-"U mre
iiis J 'Wan. tn. Misses Niphh ani Katie Ua-Ke-.
n'ea Hirbst ard Ella Griffin, ilesus ri.!e
HlMjc!!, Irwin U-t. Oicrce Hater ird i:dnarJ
MI"s Vda nradlrs utnrrcd V. cdrcsdav from a
tMt to tWnro and Ma-Ilell. Ki.
Jilts Ldltn illtchPli des.irtd Wrj-csdav for
a llt to Tort Worth ird I).ill3. Ten
The SI scs Frances Schnvcn aid Jamie Wat-kl-is
arc tlslllnir In n.hWil-. jenn
Mrp. Will Ore-n ha. icturned from a isit in
L nlon ll. 'fenn
111' Hcnn Ilaus and children are lj.tln;r in
Mi 8s Jlrllae and Jltfs Marie XlchoLs depart
ed Mondas torn isit tn I'ddttlll-. K
llrs. (,irK Mrt'e'd .-nd chl!dr-n h-nn cone to
Ner. Mbnj. Ind
JIIfs Ix-inl" Davis cr Murray Is tlltlnr; Ml
Itor K Aln-j arJ -nlfe hac returned
fim nil7ab"thto.n K
Mr anl JIis liartlctt PchmlJt liae returned
to -t ljuls
The M.s Hra Paulsl.urj and I lllmn Williams
and Mjl.s Yoiiis of Hall. Tnn. arrled Tues
dn to lsit Jfs Don Rurnhan
Tho Hisses Willie. Jessie ord Maud .Mine
Waits r-a.e icturned fiom .rlliiKton. K.
Mrs Hel-n Djiin d'parted Mondm. for a -visit
to friends and relatives in Clittonden and Lit
fh- Mlwe. NIJe r-ppard and nnie rinki
lijie returned t their lien-e In Nasiniile. Tenn .
afier a ilsit to Mrs Jl I. ralmer
Mr and Mm Ii- Witt Xetvman of Jackson.
Tenn jrc MslUnK M- and Mrs Sarnwl "iVIn
ste?d t,xL1"'. ,Flh.' I'al' an,J daushter and Mrs Stuh-bl-aId
of Murray, Ki.. are Msitlnc Mrs E II
MIks ilarj Hicks has returned from St Irtjls
MIfs Jennie hchotta Is vlsitinc in Baltl-rore
and Ncr- lork
Mi-s KUa Householder has pone to Pin- Hiuff
Arl . to visit her Mster. Mm It. L. Duck.
Mr and Mrs F. J. McEli.ee have core to
Mrr. William Bcrton of KvansviHe. Jnd Is
lisitinc the famlb ot Mr Huch McCutcheon
Mrs Ixij.i liotrtcon and diuhter. .nnolse
left SunJaj for St Louis to Mslt Mrs ?.- M
Correlius ard family.
Mrs. John Kilton has cone to Oo'conda Hi
to ltlt her daughte-. Mm I. da Matthewe
Mr and Mrs Jake Wallersteln halo tone for
an extended trio th'onith the rsast.
Mrs IOUlS TvOllt. .tr Hennrtmt 1Tnn.1i. -.
Cincinnati ., .
Mrs. Kittle Will's and HaurMec hi.. -. -
Sturuls K. " -'"' 'u
Mrs Ina Vo!kel and daughters arrived from
New Orleans Tuesdaj to ililt Jlr. and Mrs Fret
llumm'l. Jr. J
Mrs. 1, I Tan-s and ion haie rturned from
l,nlon i;it. Tenn where thc haie b-en i'.t
lne: Mrs Robert Thompson
Mrs j. M. Walker of Marlon. Kv. has re
turned home alter ilsltlns: her ncp'ieir. 'c" I-
JudKe and Mrs C. W. Stanbern. who ha
been ilMtlnir their dnushter. Mrs H. Tlalir have
returned to their home In Cobden HI. accom
rianled bi their cranddauKhter. Mi's Ellzabtth
Mr. and Mrs. rieube n Rcattv departea Monday
to ilsit in Nashville. Tenn '
Mrs M B nobertson went to Hollow Rock
atMore?riL,'n,d1n,L'v.U:i,e W" lsll"
fro'wviiV.':-; " Mul,tn ,""e "o
- Mrs Van Pun and children 'departed Monday
ilr. and Mrs CIav.de Baker and baby haie
lllle"1? Xl1" t0 GreerrtlIe and Louis-
GIRL SEEKS TO LOCATE MOTHER
Chief Kiely Intoiostod in T.ottcr
Writicu by .Focpbine JlcCray.
Clilcf of Police Kiely is interested in a
l"ttor rcfrrrr.1 to hlni liv f'lti ReR'ster Fltz
Giblion icsterday. In which the tMitcr, Miss
Joiopliino Mcf'rni of No. GSS Lataj-itte
stiect. Grand J5api(l. .Mich , cippcals for aid
In her --parch for lir mother.
Sliss JleCray states that she was not ?
cars old when her mother left heme, and
she last heard of her, file ears ago, had
"1 hair heard that inv mother recently
iver.t tn St IxjuU " writes JIi4 McCraj.
"Would It he i'0slble for ou tn help mo
find her? If ou villi 1 thall he icry thank
I like the lone of that letter." Said Chief
Kiclj after reading It jesterday. "and J
shall un all In my power to unite mothtr
Jilts Jl Cray Kliei n description of her
partnt. She stales tluU her mother, when
i-he last hear of her. "no jeari aso. had
mnrticd A. Cnment, a birber. She also "ays
her brother George McCray, was living
SCRAP IRON BUSINESS
DOUBLES IN ONE YEAR.
L'mler .Modern Conditions, ihu Farm, Vllcre Implenieuls of Old Tat
Irm Are Constandy KciiiR lie placed by New, and the Kailroads,
Which Are Di-Mardinp; Kery thin? of Antiquated Model, IIae
l'ecome Liteially Iron Minos on a Large Stale.
ORGANIZATION IS DISRUPTED.
Chnlon Pastime Club Will Soon
Pass Oat of Existence.
Tl.e CI ii Ion lf-tlme Club, a rocial or
f.tnlyatlon compil'ltv the leading citizens
of Claton. will jirobably son pass out of
ctzistence. Lack of funds and lack of har
mony are ascribed ns the causes.
YcEterdav It was, announced that the two
billiard tables, the only remaining furnl
tiii, would be sold to raise money tc pay
tno months' rent, after wjilch the club
will be no more.
O'lh l'e most cstlusive citirens of the
town i. ere admitted to membership In the
ilu! when it was organized about eighteen
mouth- aso but gradu ill the strict rules
were r. laei and a voungcr element got In.
Vo this vnni" of the older members tenk
oiiepllon and rcignld. -and flr.allv the
room, hi the Aunt bi.ilding becan" destit--,'.
Ihe ;dse on thv. premises was held.
liMV.eur and the tent ran on until yester
di when it wa! dendrd o lacate ard sell
tin irmairinK luii.ltuic to meet outstand
ing obliaatioiis, so that there will be no
mourners after the club's death.
Miss rio-cnce Smith of I-awrence. Kas
Miss Maiie Cullinare of Havana Is
Mrs W. A. HuM anl
TrSjE8- S'""'" v,.Ro ""'. Jln' Frank
EinM?aarisr'.Im " ,h,U 31"-
InAlie'w.TekT."ri,,Sa1;',aW " W'fe " "
MIm Minnie Standfield of Tort Peott Kas
P'nt th- week here with Mlsa Julia Entlt-h. '
In Ti'nicfo,n ' trm n ''lt to M"'
Doctor Duncan J. McMillan ot Nw Tork CItr
Is spendlne the week with II It. Montconien
Miss XelUe Koblnson and St fen : Genl? ri?r'on
FpJinls'1 Tt"'TTt!lr ToT a "'"locSS
lrfuenraT"135 " nUc ut tptnlmB tb" ""nth
MRS. RIPPY FOUND IN SUBURB.
Woman Who Disappeared Located
by Marshal Sheerest.
Mrs. G. T IJIfpi. who disappeared from
her homo at No 4211 Laclede aienue, last
Tucsi'ay i.nder mysterious circumstances,
was found In Klrkwood and returned to St.
JxmW throjgh the efforts of Marshal Sc
crest. llrs. Rippi hai been ill for a number or
month;, and recently a watch wai pliccd
over he;, but she managed to eludi the
guaid la.st Tuesdav'and escaped. She board
ed a Missouri Pacllc train and said she was
Koin:rto Denier, hut her actions smtscd the
train erew to nut her ou at Klrkwood. She
nan consiucrauie jewelry on her. but lry
Secrr found a card in her nocketbook
bearing the name or Doctor O. Walter Hn-er-l'kj
lie telephnrcd to the latter, who
immediately sent the woman's son for her.
Appoint! rinliback Secretary.
Postmaster Fred TV. Baumhoff jesterday
announced the appointment of George AV.
rirhback as his private secretary. Tills
place has been lacant for a good while, and
there has been a scramble for the job. It
pajs J1,0 a jear and Is not tinder the
cMl-:en!ce regulation.". Mr. Fiahback was
formerly connected with the Globe-Democrat,
has been prominent in polltlC3 and
was a candidate for the Post Office when
Thomas B Harlow was appointed. It Is
said that he fc. frlend'y to the administra
tion crowd In St. Louu.
Postal Clerks' Animal Hxcaralon.
The Post OPlce Clerks' Mutual Aid Asso
ciation will glic a railroad excursion on
Sundai-. August 2, to Fern Glen. Mo. Two
trains have been chartered from tlie Mis
souri Pacific Ilallroad. The trains willlcaie
Fnjon Station at 9 13 a. m. and 1:15 p. m.
Ftindav, and will return late in the evening.
Athletic jems. including a ball game, will
lie held. Fern Glen is -situated on the Mer
gence i.uer, aoout twenty-flic miles from
"" . .'' r-cencnt Boating and
J iK-TaBr-v" HKa Rilllllllllllll tllllll'-r'-llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW
f -'?.. "ss.v BltKK '46P nSHwxSx&'s, -VH
The wear and tear renilarly disables a
portion of the machinery, which must be
leplaced by new. That the? wear and tear
is not absolutely in the loss column nowa
day i Is due to the onward progress of the
Various estimates are put upon a lalui
tlon or tlie old-Iron industry of St. Louis.
Mr. Cohen asserts that It represents a cash,
lalue of oi er $2.(00,000.
'Ton could not buy up the old-Iron firms
In this cltv for that amount." he declared.
"There nre six leading rolling mills and
steel foundries In St. Loulsi and Granite
City which practically dApend for their out
put on the scrap-iron maVket. nnd I should
sav they use at the least calculation a-ha If
million ions a 3 ear at an approximate. 1 alue.
of J15 a ton. There arc a half dozen larga
scrap-iron dealers in St. Ioui3 who do busi
ness at the rate of 0,000 a month. Ve em
ploy a hundred men and ship an average of
3.100 tons of Iron a month.
' 'n Jim? of this ear wo spent for old
it'TTT" J17.753.1J: In Mav. CS.523.J3: In April,
J22.5S7.03. Iist month our business cost us
to operate J71.56D.80. the month be5ore, J52.
;s5 31.'. Our sales were for June Jt5 273: May.
J61.2S7. and April, I4I.S72. Oh. 1 tell you. old
Iron represents more than some people
SCRAP IRON" IS DESIRED.
In the market scrap fron. when sorteS to
suit the needs of particular mills or foun
dries, brings within about Jl or $2 a ton of
the amount paid for lirgin Iron. Hence. It
13 desired by tho manufacturer, since It is
both cheaper and as satisfactory.
At the bHst furnaces, by the differing
amount of carbon Introduced, the grade of
the product la su!td to the necessities of
the manufacturer. This Is accomplished in
the scrap-iron jard bv carefully separating
the wrought from the cast Iron. In the
larger lards a heavy machine, on the plan
of an enormous shears, is jsed. Operated
by electricity, the maihine will cut any iron
bar in a second of time.
In case a customer orders a large quantity
of a. special grade of Iron cut to a ghen I
lengtii the demand can quickly be supplied
by merits of this machine. The stock on
hand In a large old-Iron jard contains that
metal In all shapes and conditions and In
sufficient quantities to meet any normal
It Is coming in and going' out constantly by
tho carload. Brought flte or six hundred
miles by freight. It Is dumped out in tho
yards, which, as a rule, Jle In the railroad
district along the levee, where property Is
After being sorted often It again begins &
long Journey, frequently 1.000 miles, to New
Tork. Tet it profits to pay freight for uome
1.500 miles, to expend money In labor upon
It and to occupy with It several acres of
the best commercial ground In St. Loulsi -
WOMEN SETTLE UNIQUE WAGER
New Yorkers Lower Swimming
Record at Michigan Lake.
Kalamazoo, Mich.. July 23. A nw rwta
mlng record for women was established at
Gull Lake by Mm. G A. Parker and Mrs.
James Court of New Tork.
The first race was over a course of on
ard or.e-elghth mile, from Allendale to
The race was won by Mrs. Court, who
covered the distance in 32:14. twenty-nln
seconds ahead of Mrs. Parker. The second
race, which was swam two hours after the.
first, was won by Mr?. Parker.
The launches which followed the women
seriously handicapped the swimmers. Tb
summer visitors crowded the shores to
watch the contest. The time was two min
utes and three seconds faster than the
record here. The race was swam to settla
a dispute and to decide a wager.
Aska $20,000 for Ilroken Arm.
1 .011 is Vogel. aged 13 year sued the
Ucydt Bakery Company and the American
Brewing Company for J20,O0O damages, al
leging that his right arm was broken In a
collision between a wagon belonging to the
br-kery company and one belonging to the
brewing company at Eighteenth and Mor
gan streets, July 23. 1902.
cm-,mve ,',, .V? I?? Photographer.
Lauor-Ea Ing del ice by which wt ought iron Is separated from cast Iron In scrap-iron
"Within th last jear St. Louis has be
come the largest scrap-iron market In th
United States. The business of buying up
and reselling old Iron, say the leading deal
ers, has doubled within a tweliemonth, with
the result that many of the iron foundries,
rolling mills and steel foundries. In and
near the city, are subsisting upon Ecrap
Manufacturers of Iron implements deny
that this necessarily means they are put
ting out an Inferior product. The old Iron,
they declare, molded 01 er. Is of better grade
and a more satisfactory material than the
pig-iron ficsh from the blast furmces. The
Cohen-Schwartz Rail Steel Company and
Cal HIrsch of this city operate, the largest
old-Iron business. A. Cohen, of Cohen
Schwartz, makes the statemcrt that the
business, generally speaking for St. LolIs
has doubled within the jear, and this, hi
sajs, means that of the supply of raw Iron
t.pon which local nvwufacturers draw two
thirds is scrap iron. The other one-third
is tilg or natlie Iron.
ITiperlenced Iron men say that, should tho
Iron mines glie out. should the last leln
of Iron ore be exhausted, there would still
be Iron cnoush In the world to last a long
v hllc. It would be necessary only to bo
more careful with Iron now existing In the
many forms Into which it is mouldcd.That
if no old kettle, barrel hors?. or cien no
facilities are to lie hart A brr. ..nnW r
persons are expected to go on the excur-I rusty nail were thrown away: If ciery bit
a?n. . I f l-nn ntbasU which reach the state called
"worn out" were sent back to the rolllnir
mill and foundry, then the amount of new
Iron from the mines needed to keep up the
rupply would bo only between 10 or 13 per
NOTHING GOES TO WASTE.
The modern methods of business, by which
nothing goes to waste. Is rapidly entering
into tho old-Iron trade. Herein lies the rea
son lor the Increase In tho volume of the
commodity of scrap Iron. Agencies for its
purchase exist In almost ei ery town of any
size In the country, especially in the agri
cultural and mining districts. It Is worth
all the way from J10 to JZ3 a ton. according
to its grade a sum worth while for any
farmer who has an old reaper or two or
three rusty plows. Tho recent Improve
ment of agricultural implements has neces
sitated the purchase of many new machines
and the discarding of old patterns. Con
sequently, the farm3 themsclies now aro
1 ery respectable Iron mines.
Railway improiements also are productlie
of large quantities ot old Iron which goes
back to the manufacturer. Constantly
miles of track nre being replaced by heaiier
rails. In addition to this must be consid
ered the last quantity of bolts and fish
plates used In track construction, and then
car axles and car wheels. All these are
bought up by the old-Iron dealers and re
sold to the foundries and rolling mills.
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she looks forward to the hour when she shall
feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
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tRADFIELD HEmnATOK CO, JUtaatm. mm.
Northern Steamship Company.
Steamer North Land leaves Chicago 4M p. jj. Saturda-ri fV
Buffalo, touching at intermediate port. Connecting MaSdaS
Island with Steamer North West for Duluth and P Lake Surjerto?
Ports. Direct connection Is made at Buffalo for tralnsto New Trliv
O.V M&rteton BME,iL,SSfer ASent' Buffal0' N'T-
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