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77i Progressive Decalogue .
. Thoa shalt have no other tin gods before ME. " , : ,
Thou shall not stamp "In God Ye Trust" upon thy, coins,
nor make, unto thee any graven Image, or any likeness' of .
anything that is in heaven above or that is in the earth below,
except MINEt for , thy tin god, am a jealous tin god, visiting
the iniquities of.crooks and scoundrels upoii the innocent
stockholders, and showing mercy uuto the crooks and scoun
drels that support ME.
Thou shalt not take the name of thy tin god in vain, for
thy tin god-Is without vanity. -
Remember, Election Day, to keep it wholly, for ME Jtliou ,
and thy eon and thy man servant' and thy maidservant,' if
alio hare a vote. .. . ,.- , . . ;;
Honor thy father and thy mother if they shout for ME.
Thou shalt, not kill, unless a roaring lion' be tied to' a tree
or the, back of a Spaniard confront thee'. ' T '"
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J. uuii eiiwiu nut uuuiut;uiiu;a race Hiuuiue., ; -,
.Thoufshalt not stoa'l, except for Me.
Tbou shalt not bear false wjiuess ,nguih8t 'thy friend ;
leave that to (ME. r
Thou shalt not covet (MY White- House, , nor . anything ;
else that may want, for all things that desire belong td
ME. ' -r ' ' v
And all the people saw the tbunderings,, and the lightnings, 'and
the noise of the trumpet, and the mountain smoking: and wbeji the
people saw it, tbey removed, and stooa afar off. :; 1: ' ,
Roosevelt Drops the Subject
Has anybody been following Rooskvklt's Southern
Speeches? Don't neglect them.- They are one of the. best
parts of tho show weare now witnessing and which, with
apologies to HooAiiir, should be styled "The Demagogue's
Progress." . - - : -
Tho striking thing about these addresses to the Sou tliei.r- "
ners has been what was left but of them to wit, the negro.
Of course everybody remembers the bid for the South "with '
which the Oolonol started-bis campaign. It ,was a promise
to make his new party in that quarter strictly a white "'man's
party. There has been no change in this programme, aud
yet, srrangely enough, in his face-to-face appeals to.Southem
white- peoplo the Oplonel has hardly alluded 'to itj .;Why?.. '
There are two reasons. a
Tq find oue of thorn, read, the, Southern newspapers or
talk with an observant Southerner. The truth is Southern
white people nover rose tb'tlio bait "at all. They never "even
nibbled at it. The best proof is that tho Southern JRooskvklt
men themselves, whether they call themrelves Progressive
Republicans or out-and-out Bull-Moosers, Have quit .talking
about it. They promptly found that, it simply didn't work.
It had merely eiven people another reason for distrusting
Roosevkw. The real job of Rooseselt's followers in the"
South is" precisely what it is elsewhere. It is the job of try
ing to make people behove in his sincerity.
That indicates tho other ;reason why Rooseaklt himself
has not been discussing his new plan with tho colored broth
or. If it has not helped him in the South, it has, positively
and substantially weakened him fn the North and he knows
it. Unhappily, thore are conscientious and honorable people
in his motley followiug, and not a few of them are of the
anti-slavery strain. Such people have not approved, or pre
tended to approve, his sudden desertion of the Southern ne
gro after, all his loud declaration of friendship for them,
Neither could they, preceive the slightest basis in reason, b
morals for his distinctions between Southern negroes -and
Northern negroes, There is none The only basis s, for that
distinction was and is political. " ,''. "
The maneuver has failed failed completely and1 i$no
miniously. It is the worst kind of failure, for his act is not
bitterly denounced, jt is not raged at, it is laughed . at.-v :A ;
demagogue can thrive' on denunciation and hatred, but '.ridi
cule and indifference.are fatal. ; .,&"
There is some cooler left in Kansas yet. Mr. Harlan
said in Topeka: '"'.., ' '" t'
The crook'who steals your watch while he .sings 'On
ward, Christian Soldi,''-' floes not represenftlJe Kansksidea
of progress. Rooevbl't battles forthe Eord at Armageddon,
and for the devil in Kansas and California". ,v He preaches
honesty and sincerity, and "practices the methods of Pagtn,
Uriah Hkep and Bill SyJces. He would rob the Republiqans
of Kansas of a chance to express their choice at the poll p.
He oalls i progress. I call it stealing What do you call it?
"Stealing 1" shouted' five thousand Knsans, accordiug
to the press reports. Harpers Weekly.
BEE ADS PAY
FIRST SALT WATER A3$
Hank wis from the upper middle
section of the state, where tho streams
are small and run oneway alt th.a
time. Until tho day of this adventure
lie had never seen a bigger body of
water than a millpoud, nor had he
ever caught a fish that was as large
as his hand.
Scale flab, In Hank's native section
were about as rare aa gold coins on a
church contribution plate. The stand
ard fish was a ltttlo "finger" eat, black
and despicable in the purview of the
coast fisherman; but Hank and bis
friends" back home thought catching
them was rare sport, and that tbey
were really "game" fish.
Hank was a fisherman at .heart.
When be ceme to the city to "take a
position" la one of the Btores he con
tinually bragged about how be used to
"yank 'em out' and, what fine ones
they were. The boys stood Hank's
palaver for a time, until tbey got tired
of it, and then they resolved to show
him what real "fishing" was like. That
is bow.lt carao about that a party was
made up to go for channel bass off
Bloody Point, with Hank as tho guest
Conditions apparently favorable for
bass. Wind, weather and tide were
precisely right, and tho bait was flna
and fresh enough to tempt the appe
tite of a fisherman, much less a flab.
But there was noting doing in the line'
of scalo fish. Channel catfish and'
gaff-topsails and stlngarees there,'
were In plenty, but never the sign'
of a scalo. In half an hour the bot
jom or mo boat was covered with cats,
and stjngarees. , TJa'ually these dej
nnlnpfl "Vrlffpra" urn lrillrul nni?
thrown overboraNpfSPrr ag caught.
uui naiiK, us iiiu kuwu ui nunur, Him
knowing onty catfish was proud of the
big gajr-tpprttilsi. and Ranted. to count:
;tho catch. . ,
, As, the pthor fellows werjproposlng
o'-pull up the"krjuck-''and" go' home,
Robbiris got a strilfo,- arid it was a
Tisnvy. one. ' Now, Robblns'ls a hand-
iut6 man, and docs not bollove in playr
ins lifs flsh. ' Ho wants to see the
quarry landed In the. shortest possible'
space of time. "What's the use
foolln'," says Robblns; "you porno
after the flBh; why not get'!e"m and
WhenyRobblns got the strike, there
fore, tho line came. Inland, over hand,'
and in a. jiffy a great floundering
shapo of-J3llver and drab, long as a
man's body, and half his legs, was
pounding on the gunwale and beating
tho green water Into a heavy show
er that fell 'over tho whole boat's
Hank was electrified. With a cry
like a wild Indian, ho sprang from his
scat upon the thwart, grabbed tho big'
fish around the.. throat, lifted it in
board and went down with it among
the catfish and sUngarees.
The balance of tho company looked
on in literal fear and trembling. There
were no less than forty of. the sea
devils tof tho poisonous spines in ttio,
bottom of the boat, and there was that
blithering idiot . from tho millponds
writhing and wrestling and I twisting
with a forty-pound sea bass right in
tho midst of them! It seemed ineyita
bio that Hank muBt bo "finned," but
the more the men. shouted to him the
wilder Hank raved in his delirium of
tho kill. "He's plumb crazy," said
Little Finky, the skipper.
As quickly as he could' manago it
without sticking Hank with the knife
Bobbins cut tho flsb's throat. In two
minutes more it was still.
Then Hank got up. He was as
white as a ghost. Therd was not tho
color of blood in his lips. His cheeks
were like chalk, his eyes were glassy
and his knees were shaking. Totter
ing astern, he collapsed, with bead
and arms over the guaway.
"I, knowed it," sajd Little Pinky f
"he's got it good and hard, la a dozen
places; the blamed eejltt" Serves him
right Wbat'je bring a millponner on
salt water isrj-anyhow?"
"Aw, cut that," growled Bobbins.
"Can't you see tho man's In great
suffering? Get the peroxide wbllo we
and the. other boys strip his clothes
off and find the punctures.''
No sooner said than done. The
strippers had. got almost down to na
ture when Hank revived enough to
say in a weak voice:
"Leave mo alone, you dang fools. I,
ain't bit nor stunjp nor nothln'; JuBt
swallowed my chaw of tobacco."
And that was the size of It. The
Providence, that protects little chil
drea and Imbeciles and, drunken men
had steered that "mljlponner" safely
and unscathed through what appeared
to be a hopeless array of catfish and
stingaree-rBpInea while he 'wrestled
with the' big bass. '
The first appearance, in an English
divorce court, of- the Chinese form of
oath by breaklngi a. saucer recalls oth
er quaint forms of swearing,
In Assam the oath is taken by stand
ing within a rope circle, to imply a
wish to rot as the rope does if the
swearer does not tell the truth. In
lawsuits' between Russians .and the
Ostiaks of Siberia a bear's head is
brought into court, and. the Ostlak,
making the gesture of eating, calls
on the bear to devour him if he lies.
There are tribes of India that swear
by the head of a tiger, while ethers'
chop a dog in two as emblematic of
the fate of the perjurer.' But the sim
plest method is that of the Quaker,
who swears not at all, but just tells
What he thinks.
Total of 500 Year.
'"Mrs. Nagg is thinking of visiting
the Thousand islands."
'" uaderstaad Mr, Nagg woald fe$-
g4ad to have her spend six moatfcs em
aeh gm." s
It is it Very serious matter to mk
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reaspn we urge you in buying to
be careful to get the genuine
The reputation of this old, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, is firm
ly established; It does not imitate
other medicines. It is better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
sale than all others combined.
SOLD IN TOWN F2
Only One Real Road. e
There is only one real road to hu
man prosperity, andlt is the same
for a nation as for anihdivldual. That
Is the honest road of hard work un
der free institutions, and when they
tried to teach people that they could
be made rich by some short cut, they
were doing that which was thorough
ly dlshoneeL. Walter Long.
In loyhood Days.
There are no cherries now grown
that compare in flavor with thoa w
used to pick and eat while Farmer
JoneB was at the other end of his
farm. Harrlsburg Telegraph.
ar rood for Thouaht Her. '
A southerner, who hag his' own -wav
(&t fltflHitV tltfnoraw tnnntw.ii. ,Mi1.AM
)T ' -- a vmBoi uiuuua wueiuci
jne .world Is fair "in dealing with
jPQd'a services." "We -wlll.-criticlw a
long Bermon,"- ho says,r "a lengthy
grayer, or any lengthy .religious serv
ices, but sit auietlv. throueh a fwn.
jbou.r political spe'qch, a, 'funny lecturer
or vea a monKey snow."
$ ' . ' '
Mystery to Him.
i ne-man wno is Kind to Ms weak-
Jjesees can't understand wby'other peo
ple are not. .
"What Is a court of laBt resort, pa?".
"Courting an old maid." judge.
Man's Limitations Defined.
No man. howfiver ertnri Tin mow lu.
understands girls; neither does he
unuerBianu women. iixenange.
Foreseeing A(l Trouble.
T Mr. Knutt "My dear, I'm drunk.
It's a pity you ever married mo. I'm
sorry forthe pbor children hie Now,'
for tho Lord's sake, let mo como to
bed quietly." TV 'r.
Dxtttaft the past summer the Xa
a City Odtrtmereial Oinb started
out ou a Ion tout of the West on a
general-boosting and publicity cam
paljrn. The number of members In
cluded in the party necessitated a
solid pullman train Of thirteen cars
and en all tho railroads, save oiie,
two Engines werenoeded to haul the
heavy tram The exception was tho
Missouri Pacific Bailroad.
General Superintendent De Ber
nard, met the club train at Omaha
and attatohed biB own priviato oar
which made up a train of fourteen
heavy cars. To thiB train he at
tached but a single engine. The
president of tbe)club objected to this
meanness, "All the other roads used
two engines," said he, "and bad a
hard enough time to keep on their
schedule. Why such lack ofconi
sideratlon on the part of the Miss
due Pacific?" Some of the other
metrbera wanted to know the same
They found out. The Missouri
Pacfic engine was a "super heater"
of most modern design and walked
away with the train without .the
least effort. Furthermore it man
taitied a speed of C5 miles an hour
all the way to Kansas Oity, and ar
rived on the minute scheduled.
Among the archives of the Missouri
Pacflo there Ih now a letter on Com
mercial Club stationery embodying
some apologies and also some com
pljmtq. .m .- . .
Might Ee the Fact.
, Burglars who broke Into a Parlg
flai recently removed all tho fashion
able pannier dresses belonging to the
mistress of the house and left a num
ber of old skirts. . "The police,'1 says
a' Pat!3 correspondent, "suspect a
fashion expert." We, on tho other
hand, are Inclined to wonder if the
burglary was not' committed by the
lady's husband, who may easily have
been a slmple-'hearted fellow who
wished to see his wife becomingly
ivaatiA tnr a wamV 1 Tl
for a week or two, By-
"fntolerance Not a Virtue.
Persons sometimes associate intoler
ance with strength and firmness of
conviction; but" intolerance is far
more a fealuro of Ignorance, defective
sympathy, imperfect: grasp of truth.
We. want tho charity that makes al
lowance for other people's points of
view without wavering from its own.
If a man empties IiIb purse into hla
head no man can take it from him.
A Dead Watch
Is a Parisite to the
owner, and if you have
one around your home
we would like to make it
do its part in this world.
So bring it down to
day and let, us put the
life into it.
Money From Waste' Material,
There' are harvests of. the street
as well as the fields. The experieac
of the corporation of London Is thajfc
"many a mlckle makes i muckle.."
Last year more than ?2;865 -was real
ized by tho sale of waste. paper feundl
in tho streets, ?S95 by the sale, of oldL!
tins found among the refuse,' aadi
$1,900 from tho disposal of the refuse
from orderly bins.
The Only One.
To every man the most beautiful
woman in tho world Is that one hb
most sadly misses when sho is gdne
and most gladly welcomes when sh
returns. Galveston News.
Friendship Suffers Much.
Whoever looks for .a'fr.lcnd withoufs
imperfections will never find what hQ
seeks. Wo lovo ourselves with all butr
faults, and wo ought to lov,p oujr
friends In liko manner.
The Store That Sells
UAat cf.Woiui GuniuM
Another Brilliant Ex
ample of Wooltex
Vv-r--.-Style ". - ;'
This is another, characteristic example of the . skillful
manner in which Wooltex designers put style , and elegance into
asuit for practical service.
It may be classed among the plain tailored models,' yet its
beanty will be apparent at a glance Note' the graceful' curve
of the edge of jacket, smartly emphasized, like the cuffs and ro
vers, by a binding of tailor braid. ' ' l!
Thiaame treatment is applied to the back, whicli 'has a
unique, slashed panel giving a "custom-made" touch much to be
desired in suits of simple lines. '
. 'This suit is full of charactor. It will appeal especially to the
business women and to the women (wfho desires the utmost degree
of practical service without too great plainness.
. The. materials are the best that the,price can buy two-toned
pebble cheviots, wide-wale mixed cheviots and a chqice of mix
tures. Colors blue, brownj tan and blacfe.
Wooltex "tailoring and the Wooltex guarantee of two seasons'
satisfactory service are important "features. Price, $25 to $40.
St. Bernard Mining Co.
Incorporated i '
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