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ROARK Fimiture, WsJlpper, Shaded, Moldings.
Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, C&skets, Robes, Wrpper, Slippers,, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection R0
Mro. wJonoI Marks Victor In
ShaUcc-icaro Theater Contest.
MK1. MAKES, WINKEtt OF lfiO0 TB.17X.
'jAeopblne Troston reauody, who la
Mr. Lionel ,MnrkB ot t'ambrldgs,
Mtfv5., Is the winner of the prize of
?1..VK) onYml by ono of the governors
Of b SHfceux,flro Memorial theater
ill StnitforU ou Avon for the best play
HubyulitiHl for j;.-roiltiction tit the the
utfr. Si hnudrei? aiul ilfteen plays were
sowt Ui tfci rcrtdlni; committee, whlcfi
selcrtcd t o, which were submitted to
the tnke of Argyll, whose decision Is
hi fuvoi of Mrs. Marks' piny, entitled
"bo IMper." It deals with the old
Ktory of tl' rjed IMper. of Hamelln,
Tlje rluv is VP I, fodnced on May
5, w-hon, aoronjlnR.to the conditions
of UA coir.pedllohi the prize Is to be
presented to the successful nuthoresu
on the stage of the Memorial theater.
"The J!?!" deals mainly with the
wanderings' of that quaint character
ami "Ms :litth charges after the poet
ItruwaiBir h:d consigned them Into the
UoHou uUiuntnln. The Pled Piper is
,.juaUen piy, rtad Ptraujr, with moun
tpbuab co.TM'lnns. Ho comes to
Jlimjulin and oDTers to clear that rat
i Int'wied towi for a thousand RUlldcrs,
ilrti.Ki.vi: .; his musical pJpo to do so.
Tlj towu r:aps up his offer. With
iippM-ut eaoe ho accomplishes the
rent .hieu lias balked tho local offi
cials. The contract payment, however.
Is not forthcoming, and tho frugal
townspeople olfer him Instead 15 gull
- When he protests thy threatea to
stlt hH care nud tauut him with an
unhuewn parentage. Matjdened, h
,phahe klnderjvell. Tlie llttl oaea
Silscrtu3per'to hlni'rijfht lft ue
CStimu. Id (k'Hla." ! tke
outfbf. the town trtawpimnt Th pr
. ty tlicn goes to a eave.' TI ecod
act shows the cave. JJIchsel, on of
, th moun.teban.lf a, followers, a aword
swallower, hs falleu desperately In
. love vlfh Barbara.7 tlw burgomaster8
daugUter, who was ' ot enticed Into
'.f the Piper's train.
The PJper and lite assistants do
their uttriost to ainue their little fol
lowers, and the Pled Tipcr himself
jnaHos Jan. tlu crippled ton of Kurt,
'n"palr yf winged Hhoes. whlch'tho lit
tie' fellow want 'the Louely Man to
fieo. The Lonely Man Is a statue of
, ChrlsL outside the Hamelln church.
Michael, tho sword swallowcr, hears
his sweetheart, Barbara, Is to bo con
signed to, a nunnery by the towntpeo
ple at. the behest of public opinion.
r Citizens swear that thfc burgomaster
- cannot liave his llttte girl white th
rest so Childless.
Tho Piper meets the cbantlag pro
cession' on the way to thb nunnery nad
i- commenced furious playlhj;. Tha
hymn wavers and the , marchers com
l menco to dance. Tbey whirl ot Ilka
, leaves iii a tempest. Barbara Is taken
away from them.- beraelt bewitched,
and given to. MlcbwL who lorca her
The bewitched Barbara, however,
lavishes her affe'ctlons on tho Piper
hlmsolf, who Immediately casts away
. the Kpell from hri and she becomes
. Mle1)al'3 mate What all the burgh
t'w ofUamelln could xlot accomplish
."V,eronIka, mother of, the crippled Jan,
.- doea. She alone beards the Piper in
' . his den, and ho Is touched "by her eplr
' Jtual' passion. Ucflgbts his battle out
before the Lonely Man, Is Mmbled
mid slves Hamelln back her children
( Wu3Rgoes hid way, a waaderer over
' the world.
' ' .They need noC.be. aaewereu unless
tho. recipient is an Intimate friead.
Then a congratulatory ot$ may be
-An a-nnojihenment demands no reply.
v Tiio inatter; of weddhiR gifts Is, of
course, uu unsettled question.
, Thero are a number of well bred
persons who do not respond to an in
vitation will). a gift, bellovlnjc that It
Js pbor"ta.stft to send gifts to them
whom they scarcely know, but to
whose wedding they may have been
1 Invited for som rcaon ot courtesy.
I Of course life fact tbat djie Knows
fhrf rrdoui raiher than the bride
makes ho difference one way or th
other. It ia to the bride that the gift
An' -at homo" card inclosed in the
invitation necessitates a call within
ihe time named or. if one live U) a
5 distant city, a carieut by post
'''' Tha n W thtvFIy.
ViftivTlio lly uion tjifc,cnrt wneel
?'t'IfeUitiusfij:!Ti& nSaUe the cart so oa
.And inaUethewUeels so rouad. j
. Tho4tv; unon ,fjie,cart wheel
Has' won undylnir 't amo '
JFR' concvlt ,ilvifewaf .colosaat
And Isnoranco "tbp fame
Bjrt. toOay haJiaB rival
'"'As w6 AStrHRiV'tM- history' track, '
Fer ta.','dAM"ji Jtoe cart wheel , ;
- 'itVitcn hrfWiicrthc wheels co bacX
Gharltv rrKU ournan m ror i
r arm arid
DAHLIA JACK ROSE.
This Flower One of the Most Profitable
That Can le Grown.
Farmers who grow tlowers for proflt
is a sldo Hue and thin appeal partic
ularly to some of the farmers wive
?ho live near j?ood Bbsed townsare
nssured by L. K. Peacock of Berlin.
N J , who produces many kinds 'of
(lowers, that the dahlia Jack rose is
nne of the most profitable blossoms.
Mr. Peacock cut blooms last season
that brought $0 per hundred, while a
Massachusetts man sold bis output at
Pi. GO n dozen. As to this rose Mr. Pea
"Now, after another year's growing,
flurlng which we had several acres,
we can only add to the praise extend-
Dxnvtk jacx aoas.
ed by us last year, it wa tae aeakh
losr plant we b on the place, the
first to get into bloom, and every Row
er was, perfect the evtire seasea, wakh
In oitr location was a Kwt trying ofe
owluK to tae extended droughts. True,
the Meats were not aa lot) as they
BUold RAve beea, wt they were a
km a those of 8y!via. rcogaiHi fey
all s a ,!Mrt r.lam tower with
Heni, an later iu seaemt saaay
jack rese M(fnM averaged longer tbaa
any of the rc9WHiael atauaarei tu
kten. AIdxmk every speclai order for
cut Howert tecladed tUa Jack roe.
Aaotker thing sot to bo forgotten
la the forcing quality ef the Jack rose..
which la eves today being placed on
the market and sold at price far
above chrysanthemums, as it has tbat ,
brill laat. rich crltnsoa that appeals to '
all and caanot he foEKl In the chryss
anthemum a decidedly richer shade
than found evea la the Jacqaesslaot
A New Kind ef Cent Prem Chhw.
A stttall lot of shelled cecn ot a khid
that Is new to this eetiatry was sent
to the United States departtaefit of
agriculture from Shanghai, Chlaa, la
11)08 and tested the same seasws. it
proved to hate qtsaUUs that 8y
make It valtwbfe In breeding a cora
adapted te the hot and dry ceodlKoM
of the southwest. The ptosis raised
In the test averaged Jess tfcau six feet
in height, with aa average of twelve
(,Tceu leaves at time of taMellag. The
ears averaged five and oe-halt Jaches
(u length and four a ad ooe-thlrd iMhes
In greatest circa aaferesce, with six
teen to eighteen raws of mosII gralM.
On the apper part ef the ptaat the
leaves are all oe oe side ot the stalk.
Instead of being arranged in two rows
ou opposite skies. IteMee thk. the
upter leaves atuad erect hteltad of
lroppiug. nd the. tips of the tearee
are therefore above the, top the tas
sel. The silks of the ear are predaeed
at the point where the leaf btode Is
Joined to the leaf sheath.
This corn Js vefy dMTerenfc from aay
now produced in America. Its pecul
iar value is that the erect arrange
ment, of the leaves on oe side of the
stalk ami the appearance of the silks
in the angle where the lf blade Jia
the sbeal offer a protected place la
which pollen can settle and fertilise
the silks before the latter are ever ex
posed to the air. While this corn amy
be of little value Itself, it te likely that
uj crossbreeding these desirable qual
ities can be Imparted lo a larger cora.
Tho discovery of this peculiar cora
In Ghlaa suggests anew the Idea that,
although America la the original home
of corn, yet Jt may by stJme means
have been taken to the eastern heml
Rphcre long before the discovery of
America by Columbus. From descrip
tions in Chinese literature cora Is
known to have been established in
China within less than a ceatary after
the voyage of Colambus.
Hay Censumed hy Animate.
The hay consumed by different anl
mals does not vary greatly from thre
pounds dally for each hundred pound
weight ot the ouimals. The following ,
ible Is the resnft of various experi- j
)?,nt.s by different persons and will bs
(ul to farment who wish to deter
tu? Ijy calculation beforehand how
vlr bay wtU h!d out for the winter:
A rVj, ln'rse..' V'OH pouuds; milk
.. J.4i pounds; younfj growing cat
.: 3.US nounds: steers. 24 pounds;
iry cows. pouilds; sheep, li prands!
Ml Hie nrtlc lea-enumerated In this'
.'cod (able are estimated as of good '
in:;liy. If the fodder be of poor l4ftl-,
ty ijisiw'Bi'Mst h alW.wsd. "
GIVE NATURE A QIANCE. .
Tho r.fcroniTCf t n.lndh bavo Kotton their
Inspiration direct from Katma Nature
1j tho pivat teacher ol mankind. Wo
m lxk to Hiiturf for all our nod. In
thj rcvont JIuMyi-Japncoc war tho snr
B)nK of tho .lapanriH) navy nnfl army
tllpeovnrod lhr: wounds would hoal moro
rapidly wiO with Iviior mcceas if Juft to
Natnrcv. Thcv watl:?d tlie wouttda with
waW wWrli luul Docn lolled aud thus
ftUffllltcd- thiTi bnr.daret! tho wounds
vltli clean linen jk powerful drnfrs or
nnMRoptlcnwwati.'Kxl In their Aral aid to
tho inttin-d. linrh methods resulted In
the Ijm cf only 33 ont.of men treated
In n nnvnl hofrpltal for thrlr monads. It
Ir, wily fiun lack ct olfcrvlntt Nature's
.r8 that, uoi't f f i.r rnfTr nt one tlmo
or rrWh'-r fro:u lirfllppRtlr.n, impuro
Mi!ru and n ifvri"y rr.n-domi system.
O.ir rrir.f 1 li in aturo's laboratory
f.cup In tho fragrant wcodn whrro aro
maty Ar'fean t-lont, tho rofts of
..ieh v.. ' pr.'ixrly trc?atcd will cup
rlv hcf5ltii-ril::g tcnlc
Many rears nrro n phyMclsnwho had
an ox'uiflvr prsctU o anient? the aflllcted
xurt' a strll-lr g dcpt rturo from tlie usual
lutlhod? vt Jii3 eenfrert in tnrdlclno ho
wont rtr.'.lplit o Nituro for tho euro of
thcro RtomorL dlrort! rs which resulted
so ollfn In r. ".nnrnls condition, or Im
pnra bltod, Lorn of opprtlto. pal or
l4mp'y tLIn, fccllnf? of lassitude tnd
vwilcm-ov. no found that tho bark of
tKo Jl'ack Chrxrr-troo, thn root of tho
MatidrrAe, Stoao root, Oneen's root,
Ulooiroet and Golden Bt'fil root, mado
into Kltlficnon-alohnlic extract by
tho v.?oof glrccrIninaJo tbo best altcrar
tlv ami toiiic Tho rcfr8hlnK ihfluenco
of this extract is at or.co apparent In tho
recovered strength of tlio petlcnt tho
vital Arts of thq body burn brighter and
their Jncrr.MoJ activity eonsymcs tho
tlKuo ratbiah which otlirrwlso may
polpcn tho system. This altcratlvo and
tonic extract has been found to stand
alono as a rafe, invli?oratln t6nlc, as it
docs rot depend on alcohol for a falso
cumulation, but Ia datum's otoi vthod
of 5trcn3thenlng and cleansing. tho sys
tem. It tones up tho stomach and tho
blood in Nature's own way. It Js well
kaown all over tho world as Dr. Ficreo's
Goklca Medical Dlwovcry. Tho naao
was given to this vcgotablo com pound,
becaw oaa of tho Jmportant, ingredlonts
was Goid Seal root. Such an
authority as Dr. ICobcrts Bartholow, of
Jefferson Medical Collcac, says "very use
ful ae a fVowachlc tonic Cures catarrh
f the stomach and headaches accont-
Cunylnr tlie aamn." Dr. Orovor Coe, Ir
is hoeK Organic Medicines, speaking of
Goldea Seal root, nays that "aa a lfvcr
invigorator It has few tfiualf." Further
he ey, "In cliroufc Inflammation ot tha
btsdder wo d(xm ltonoof tb most reli
able agents of rure. Aa a tonic in tho
convlInf?tagf3 of fevers, pneumonia,
dywntcry nnd other acnto dlwviPts Hy
dragtffl (tloldcn &vd loot) la peculiarly
I)r. Coo eoatinncs: "Wo would here
add that our cspctleneft baa demon
sirs ted the Uydrwtlii or Golden Seal root
to l a vahtablo rernody in bronchitis
larynaltis, and other alroctlona of tho
c Of service lu chrcnle catarrh of tho
ttomach ami bowoh following abaee of
alcohol, a tOnle after malarial fever.
Has a dteliaot, anti-malarial inflaence.
Good in all catarrhal conditions. S3
utertao catarrh, leccorrhcca, cte. Is a
euraUvo agent In chronic dyse(Nfa'.,'
lIobsrtA. Ifaro, Mt D., Unirfif
r? Ff'imiylvunla. ' 4.
Prof. JoIih 31. PcuTd(a" Jn Speelus
lontton sr.i: Jt stimulates tho i
tlvc prctwia, and. incrofisos the aaetaflla
tlph cf fofd. Jiy th'io means the blooil
U eiwlchi-d, nuu this blorxl feeds the
muscular fyptom. 1 mention the mus
mlat Bystom 1x?causo I bcllovo It firit
fochi tho iRcxeaMd power JmparJl by
Uid ctimulatfon of Increased nutrition.
Tlio consequent improvement on tho
ncrvnis and glaiidular syttcxs ars
natural rest;' Li,
la relation to its goucral cfTecta on
tho cyistcro. thnv ii 7U medicine in mc
about trhivft thereto tuch pencrut vnan
imlty nf opinion. It is untrmaUu rc
raraed as Via toni- uteful ia oil de
After many ycara rf .stndy and labo
ratory work Dr. Ii. V. 1'icrco produced
thn most happy combination of this
Golrtca oal root vllh other ofllcacloua
rooto enhancing and Increasing1 in xura
Uvo powxr theee natlvo plants from our
American forests l7 tho audition of chem
ically puro nlyccrlao, of proper strougth,
which Is far better than alcohol, both
for extracting and preserving the edl
dnal prSnciTilo3 residing In plant3. Olyc
crlno itself h Ufcful in inedlclno to pab
duo laflamnatlon and by cleansing tho
rvxnbrano ot tho stomach cf abaorraal
rocrytlons aids in tho euro, of dyspepsia,
end stomach and intestinal troubles.
Tho Pcoplo's Common Scnso Medical
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isiactkn at Roark's. a ike fifty stock patterns shown
there is wide Ytritty t Assign and coloring. And the
goods art ready for imateiiate delivery. One great ad-1
vantage is the. ability to gtt wore if you and you need
it, and rf yu have a ro mc se over R is easy to return
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Just at this tithe we have several i
SPEdAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES ; .,
sufficient for one to tbrte rooms tje price in some,
eases being half. Price oa every pattern is low. ,
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Tfe J. L. ROARK Estate;; -
iSublcribe for Iht
Jis been heforc the public for 30 years, most of the time right
n the jpot where we are now
ctnitantly has been to sell tlie best good in our lines, at. the
Most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest gr4c,
trr wares the best, and -our equipment compares with the best
f the Urf er cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our
Or yotir patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordin
ary life time, amj a square deal assured every one. The accum
tlated experience; and Knowledge of thk third of a century, are
your command. '
The J. L. ROARK Estate
ORffiN L. ROARK, Manigtr
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Thay en B laid riabs ewer
aster jrt T as mn-Mteteum ,
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