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Confronts Managers of
the Sage Foundation.
Art to be Eradicated, but Ne Effort
Will be Made to Aid Individuals
or families In Distress.'
New York, May 34. Tlio Russell
Sago Foundation, to which Mm. Sage
recently gave JlO.OdO.OOO anil whlcli
has been Incorporated by a special
act of the legislature, was on Monday
formally organizes with Mrs. Sage as
president, Robert W. De Forest and
John M. Glenn, of Baltimore, aecre
fary' and director. The following were
elected trustees: Mrs. Hussell Sage,
Robert VV. De Forest, Cleveland H.
Dodge Daniel C. Oilman, .John M.
Glenn, Helen M. Gould, Gertrude S.
Rice, Louisa Lee Schuylrr and Hobert
Mr. Glenn has long been president
of the board of supervisors of city
fcharltleS of Ralllmore, president of
the' national conference of charities
and correction aud president of the
state conference of i.-hurltles.
The following limitations of scope
have been adopted by the trustees:
The foundation Mill not attempt to
relieve Individual o- family need. The
function Is to eradicate, so far as pos
sible, the causes of poverty and Ignor
ancerather than to relieve the suf
ferings of those who are poor or
The sphere of higher education,
that served by our universities and
colleges, will not be wlvhln the scone
.of the Sage foundation. That Is tlie
sphere of the general education board.
Thirteen Men Killed.
Bristol, Tenn., May 14. Thirteen
men have been killed at Alta Pass, .N.
C on the South & Western railway
construction work, since Saturday. An
etploslon Saturday afternoon killed
nine men and fatally Injured four. In
attempting to arrest John Faul at
Alta Pass Sunday, Deputy Sheriff
Buchanan was shot tiy Faul and waH
killed. Another deputy sheriff ruthed
In and killed Faul. Felix J. Kldd, a
superintendent of railroad construc
tion, was killed Tiy Will Anderson.
Kldd was accompanied by Charles
Hale and as Anderson ran after kill
ing Kldd, he was. .shot to death by
A Battle Between Mlne:-t.
Pomeroy, 0 May 14. The miners'
strike which has been In force for the
last four months culminated Monday
In a clash between strikers and strike
breakers. One mlnor'n arm was
broken aud two atrlke breakers wero
severely Injured. About 1,000 min
ers, led by a drum corps, assembled
at the mouth of the mine and when
the strike breakers came nut the fight
Was Due to Defective Equipment.
San Luis Obispo, Oul., May 14. The
coroner's Jury that held an Investiga
tion over trs bodies of 11 victims of
the wreck of the Shrinera" special
train at Honda, fouid that the wreck
was due to defeotlve' equipment of the
Southern Pacific railroad.
A Big Bulge In Wheat.
Chicago, .May 14. in the most
sensational opening in the history of
the Chicago board of trade, wheat on
Monday shot past the dollar mark.
Heavy realizing sales pushed the
prlce backward somewhat, but at the
close the market was strong and the
demand upon which the late advance
bas been made Is still unsatisfied.
The net advance Monday for wheat
wu'4 cents for the July and Septem
ber? options and 4V6 cents for the De
cember option. From the low point
of "Monday of last week July wlitiut
bas advanced 13o.
. Montreal Longshoremen Strike.
Montreal, May 14. Acting on u do
raand made to the Shipping Federa'
tlon some time ago, the longshoremen
employed on many of the ships con
trolled by members of the federation
quit work last night, having decided
not to return until they secured the
increased wages which they ask.
Jury It Almost Complete.
"San Francisco, Alay 14. All the
peremptory challenges of both sides
were exhausted Monday p the case of
Abraham Ruef, on trlul for extortion.
ana now only the excusing of tales
men for cause can prevent the tilling
of the lone seat In the Jury box by the
first man called.
Strike Breakers RanlOO Cars,
ftBT BUU flUUUBW, .Utty 11. JliU 1111)1'
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1 . caro, manned and guarded by
350" st'rHej breakers', were operated
jHonaay on six lines or -tup united
Railways. There were scores of acts
of Individual violence, hut there was
ao'rlot beyond the ability of the po
lice to down. '
Jury's Verdict In the Marvlrr Case.
Dover, Del., May 14. The jury
which has been Investigating the
death of Horace Marvin, jr., last night
i-Mdered the following verdict: "That
Horace N. Marvin, Jr., came to his
UMrtb from exposure on the fourth
Uy of 'March, 1907."
A Fatal Assault.
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Uncle Sam If he't like this a
us from a visit from, Mr. Stead in any
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
Hobhera broke Into the Citizens'
bank of orth Topeka, Kan., and are
supposed to have stolen $15,000.
The machinery molders of Detroit,
about 700 in number, are on strike be
cause their demand for a nine-hour
duy and u minimum wage of 30 cents
per hour was refused by the manufac
turers. nrlg. Gen. Charlea Smith, who fig
ured, prominently on the Union's side
during the engagements with Mor
gan's raiders in Kentucky, Tennessee
and Virginia during the civil war, is
dead at his home In Kalamazoo,
Mich., aged 83 years.
At Concord, N. H., a motion for l!i
days' additional time In which to file
pleadings was granted counsel for the
plaintiffs In the suit brought by tliu
"next friends" of Mrs. Mnry Baker G.
Eddy, for an accounting of the pro)
orty of the Christian Science leader.
Fire Threatens Valuable Property,
Columbus, 0 May 14. State Mine
Inspector Harrison hold u conference
Monday with Assistant Attorney Gen
eral Miller concerning an extensive
mine fire In Perry county near
Strnltfivllle and Shawnee. The Are
haH, boon burning over 20 years. It Is
only lately, however, that the fire has
become threatening. It, was formerly
working on veins that were not re
garded as valuuble. "Much valuable
fuel which might bo used for future
years Is being consumed," said Mr.
Harrison. "Much has been burned
und now still more valunbln proper
ties nre threutened."-
Boy Is Blamed for Causing Wreck.
Wheeling, W. Va., Mny 14. The In
quest Into the'wreck of tho New York
and Chicago express uud it freight
train on the Baltimore & Ohio rail
road nt Rosby's Hock, last Tuesday, In
which four trainmen wow killed and
several pussengers Injured, wau held
Monday at Moundsvllle, VV. Va. The
Jury returned a verdict of "negligence
on the part of A. L. Wilson, the front
hrakeman on freight train No. 9fi,"
Wilson was the flagman sent uhead
to slop No. 7. He wax Immediately
arrested und held to await the action
or the grand jury. Ml.son It not 19
years of age.
Upheld the Eight-Hour Law.
Clevelund, May 14. The United
Siates supreme court on Monduy up
held the constitutionality of the eight
hour law, The cases in Cleveland
against eight contractors, Indicted for
working tneir men on government
work more than eight hours u duy,
uuug on tins oecision. ino court ue-
elded tho government hud the right to
have a law setting the limit for a
day's work, The court held, however,
that men employed on dredges uud
bcows uro not laborers or mechanics
within tho meunlng or tho law.
The Haywood Trial.
Boise, Idaho, May 14. Only a rrag
merit or Monday wbb given over to
actual work In the trial or William D.
Haywood lor complicity In the mur
der or ex-Gov. Steunenberg, und the
one step roiward was Hie qualifica
tion or a single talesman, who seems
marked for peremptory challenge
later. The rt or the time 'went to
the talesmen or the special venire.
A Rain of Sulphur.
Rome, May 14. There are Indlca
tlons that the eruptions or the Strom
boll and Etna volcanoes have brought
to certain parts or Italy atmospheric
disturbances or an extraordinary
character. On Monduy ut San Hepio
there occurred the strange phenome
non of a rain or sulphur, a strutum of
sulphur remaining on the ground, af
ter the storm hud passed.
Killed His Family and Suicided.
Ganajioquo, Ont., May 14. William
Waldle, u farmer living pear here,
murdered his wife and two children
Monduy, then committed suicide by
cutting his throat. The wife und chil
dren were beaten with u hammer un
til their heads were crushed to pulp.
Fire Made 20 Families HomeleM.
Lincoln, N. H., May U. More than
a score of families were rendered
homeless, by'u fire: ..which' 'sweDt
.through thfa place- Monday, entailing
a tow of,iiw,uiw.Tweniy-iaur! rest
peace representative, heaven preserve
ARE AFRAID OF ROOSEVELT.
Hosiery Manufacturers Fear that If
They Combine to Fix Prices the
"Big Stick" Will be Used on Them.
Philadelphia, May 14. The Na
tional Association of Hosiery Manu
facturers opened a convention here
Monday which will continue a week.
About 300 manufacturers from vari
ous parts of the country are In attend
ance. Most of the sessions will be
secret, but It Is admitted that the
chief ubject of the meetings Is to se
cure an advance for the mukers of
hosiery. A Jfi tier cent, raise In
prices will be discussed at one of the
open sessions, us will also the subject
of reciprocity with Germany.
One of the papers read Monday was
by Fred L. Simons. Ills subject was
association work und In discussing
conditions he said It was not possible
for the manufacturers to fix prices.
They might, he said, fix values, but If
an attempt be made to fix prices the
, members would come Into disrepute
at Washington and get "the man with
the big stick after them." It was
stated that one of the chief trouble
In the trade was caused by selling
conditions. Something must be radi
cally wrong, said several members,
when i00 manufacturers require the
services of fiOO selling ugents to dis
pose of their products through COO
Big Strike Ended.
Philadelphia, May 14. Tho atrlko
and lockout of brlckluyera. and ma
sons In this city which grew out of n
dispute between the trades as to tho
right oT granite cutters to set finished
stone was declared off Monday, both
sides making concessions.
8trlke Breakers are Put to Work.
Clevelund, .May 14. Two hundred
Btrlke breakers went to work in the
Cleveland yards of the American
Shipbuilding Co. Monday. The strik
ers caused no trouble, but there were
grave mutterings and disturbances
may come soon. Tho strike breakers
are kept Inside the yards and are not
ul lowed to leave. Plnkerton detep
tlves are scattered among the work
men and are guurdlng every entrance
and exit of the yards.
Tin Workers' Pay to be Raitfed.
Toledo, May 14. At Monday's ses
sion of tho Amalgamated Association
of Iron, Steel un3 Tin Workers fn con
vention here, Assistant Secretary
Tlghe announced that the tin worktrs
i WW receive an Increase of 6 per cent
""" " bih-i-i. men win gee an aa
van.ee or 2 0-10 per cent, per ton for
Muy and June, In uccordunce with the
sliding scale, bused on the selling
price of Iron.
Touring Car Turned Somersault.
Bryan, May 14. A large touring
car In which were Dr. D. O. McTag
gurt, his wife and three children, aud
Dr. W, S. White, .Mrs. McTaggart'a
brother, went over a lfi-foot embank
ment Monday und turned a complete
somersault. Dr. McTuggurt waa u
jured, about the buck and legs, and
the others were badly bruised. Their
escape riom death was miraculous.
A Lucky Speculation.
Cleveland, Muy 14. It was reported
Monday that Martin Mullen, the well
known coal man, wus among tlio
lucky Cleveluuders on the right side
or the wheat market. It was sud he
had bought 800,000 biiBhels at 88 cents
a bushel. At the high price of Mon
day, te could have sold out ut a profit
or $120,000. At the closing price be
was, $62,000 ahead or the market.
Murder Will be the Verdict.
Cleveland, .May 14, Murder will be
the coroner's verdict hi tho. death of
Mlttle Alexander Hoen'Ig. This wuh
ueciueu Aionuay, arter Deputy coroner
Houck, with the usslstuncd of .Chief
Kohler uud detectives, had examined
Mrs. Ilnenlg, mother of the boy. and
afterward had sweated her and the
doctors who performed the autopsy,
Is Held in $20,000 Bali,.
Flndlay. 0., May U'.-rWlliUni Teale
JwaB on Monday bound, oyer" to the
gruna jury wnn uairat nv.vwf pn int
charge of killing Ili hretH'er-Ihdaw,
John Sherman, feale atidiherman
quari,e!,-ovei;-",ntor ; ,Mtteri
r Blames' Tiyiir for the Abuses, i,
fouhfcstriwB', b.'May 14. Infirmary I
Director JohnK. Wler Is out with a
statement thlt'all bt the abuses at the
Cnietd Infirmary can be traced di
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rectly to superintendent Taylor, who,
he 'declares; U' Incompetent and
choiild he removed., The nttadhes of
the place, he says, have been called
together and testified Just as was re
ported by the grand Jury. The male
Inmates testified; (6 the board that
they were covered With vermin, and
that the "trusties" paid little atten
tloh to the' sick: One patient was
found to' have been strapped to a bed
until a few .minutes before his death.
AVIer has ABked for the resignation of
the superintendent, but complains
that neither of the other two mem
bers of the board' Will vote with him.
Wrick la Fatal to Four.
Columbus, Q.,' May 14. Dashing
through an open switch nt Truro sta
tion, 12 miles southeast or Columbus,
Monday, an express train on the Ohio
Central toad" was derailed and one
man, who was walking along the aide
of the track, was .killed and a number
of trainmen we'rb Injured. Most of
the passengers 'escaped with a few
bruises. Mike tMartln, the engineer,
who was pinned tinder his engine, will
die, ns will also Dan Martin, the fire
man, and Mrs. Chris. Harris, of Plqita,
O. A special coach holding members
of the lied Men going to Marietta Was
not derailed, but n number of mem
bers of the order were slightly In
Indicted for Forgery.
Delaware, O.; May 14. The Dela
ware county grand jury on Monday
returned 59 Indictments ngalnst ex
Deputy Auditor Hurley W. Simpson,
charging him with defrauding tlio
county by forgery or over $2,100. Most
of the money alleged to have been
Illegally drawn "was secured by forg
ing warrants on the sheep and bridge
funds. He Is-under $2,WJ ball. Simp
son la one of (Delaware's most promi
nent cltlzens'havlng until recently
been auperlntenH'iit of the M. K. Sunday-school,
and'fast fall was a candi
date for county, auditor.
Standard Oil Trial Is Postponed.
Flndlay, O.,' ilay 14. The Initial'
trial against the Standard Oil Com
pany of Ohlotohlch was to have been
called before' Judge Duncan and a
jury Monday, ;wbb postponed until the
week beginning June 10. This Is done
for the reason that the circuit court
will convene here on Tuesday of nftxt
week, and It Is expected that some de
cisions wlll'Jfc secured from this
court that will permit the Standard
trials to go-onlwlth less quibbling on
technical questions. It Is stated that
attorneys forjhe Standard asked this.
An Old-Time Politician Diet.
Bellevue, of, May 14. Philip Schuy
ler, need 87'years, died here last
night; He waft a delegate to tlie, na
tional cepubllcan convention nt Chi
cago In 1860 and made the motion
that turned Ohio's 29 vote's to Lincoln,
thus causing Lincoln's nomination.
Many Injured In a Hlot.
Hammond, Ind., May 14, In a
strike riot at the railroad yards at
Gibson, Ind., 23 striking Hungarians
were Injured. Some' 6f the Injured
are not expected to live. Police ar
rested three of the leaders. v
Circus Seats Collapsed.
Ybiingstown, 0., May 14. Five hun
dred people narrowly escaped death
last night when the seats at the "o
clety circus" collapsed. Only one
person, a woman, was seriously In
jured. . , ..
Inaugurate a New System.
Albany, N. Y Mny 14. Gov Hughes
last night signed the bill revolutioniz
ing the system of state. control of the
practice of medicine, known oh the
"medical unification bill." It creates
a new definition of the practice of
medicine more sweeping than the old
and substitutes one board of medical
examiners under the auspices of the
board of r.gents'ln place of the thrqe
boards now having jurisdiction and
representing the allopathic, homeo
pathic and eclectic state medical so
cieties. The new law recognizes
osteopathy us .a system of treatment
Middles Boycott an Officer.
Annapolis, Md., May 14. Tho first
battalion of midshipmen has beon re
stricted for an Indefinite period to
the confines of. the'lnstltutlon as u re
sult of Its members having "given the
silence" to Lieut., Commandor 0. E.
MoVuy. Theftriraibem of the bat
talion had jakeq'e-x'ceptlon to lc
Vay's mode. dt.l'n.vestlgatlng their ac-
tlons and determined to ndniinlstea-UliK,
una reuimo to.jnm. tjio ''Alienee" is
as old as Iho, navy 'Uaelf. It Is In tha
nature or a boycott. Those participat
ing In it keep' absolutely ullent during
the whole ot some meal ut which tlio
oftlcer Is present In the mess hall.
Planned to Steal a Million.
New York, M,oy 14. Details of a
confession made by William O. Doug
las, former loan, clerk of tlie Trust
Company of AmorICa, made public
Monday, aro to ithe effect that, acting
on the ailvlce, of a lawyer, he planned
to steal il.OOO.qoO ot securities in or
der to compel the trust company to
overlook his minor thefts. Douglas
has alieady pleaded guilty to larceny
and Is awaiting "sentence.
The American Parent,
Jones, who is a 'natural handy man,
does all manner of things for his chil
dren that they ought to do for them
selves. He confesses vlt as a fault,' and
says it is really Rainess In him, be
cause it la easier for him to do house
hold chores than It is to follow up
the children and' train them to do
them. "They, will miss me a' good
deal when I ge," aays Jones. "I can
ee them nw. atttleg around with' tttir
ful eyos, andWyiMgj' 'After fell,, ,
this competitive age and
possessor ,iri the, front ranks of ....
the Welllnformed of the World.
A vast fund of nenonal knowledge is rcallv essential to the achievement of tlii
highest excellence in any field of human effort. . . ,
A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions andKnowl
edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in .questions. of life 'and' health
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an
ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy ot
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Component
Parts and has won the valuable patronage, of millions of the Well Informed of the
world, who know of their own
and best of family laxatives, for
This valuable remedy has
under the name of Syrup of
wide acceptance as the most
laxative principles, ooiainca irom
and the Well Informed of
.i .j .1 i.i
uuu)icu me iiiuic viauuiuic name 01 jyiup 01 rigs uiiu
Elixir of benna as more fully descriptive of the remedy,
but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter
name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial
QEN. WOOD TO SUCCEED
AS CHIEF OF STAFF.
Wat Educated as a Surgeon and Ha
- Will Have Another, Medical Man
In Gen. Alnsworth at' . .
Washington. The prospect Is that
before Theodore Roosevelt leaves tho
While House the urmy will bo under
tho jmmediato control of two men
who wero educated ns surgeons. These
are MaJ. Gen. Leonard Woqd and JIuJ.
Oen. Fred C. Alnswortji. Army offi
cers as a riile, It Is said, aro not great
ly pleased over the prospect of men
who came up through the medical de
partment being placed In charge of
the war' engine. It seems to be pretty
definitely understood that within tho
uext 18 months Qon. Wood will suc
ceed Muj. Gen. J. Franklin Dell aa
chief of stuff. MaJ. Gou. Alnsworth fa
now the military secretary, or adju
tant general of the department, and,
he is giving such efficient service that,
there Is no prospect of a change In
thut ofllcb during this administration.
Tho rapid rise of (Jen. Wood Is pri
vately referred to by army officers as
one ot the "seven wonders ot tho
world." Hy tho retirement ot MaJ.
Gen. James F. Wndo, only recently an
nounced, Wood bocamo No. 2 on the
list ot major generals. Tho only man
ahead or him was Geu. Arthur MncAr
thur, who went Into practical retire
ment on tho 30th ot April, Gen.
sMacArtlnir Is tho only obstacle) be
tween Gen, Wood and tho ofllco of
chief of staff.
MacArtlnir has two yeurs to servo
before ho goes on tho retired list, but,
apparently, ho Is not ambitious to fill
the ofllco of chief ot stuff. He has n
long und honornblo record of sorvlco,
and his friends here understand he
Is willing to step aside for Wood If It
shall develop thut It Is the wish of
administration that this ho ilono.
QEN. LEONARD WOOD.
trie VVIII Probably Be Made Chief of
Army Staff Before Long.)
Only a few weeks turn MnoArthuri
asked for permission to go into what
umotints to retirement at' his old
home" at Milwaukee In order that lju
,muy write his obseryattetwo!, the
KuSBlsn'Japanesa warn Afssumlnr that
m;(ms. not sin ri',auye auty-.afai",
.' .Ka.' . .!
is the winning factor in the culminating
when of ample character it pjaces its
personal knowledge and from actual use that
which no extravagant or unreasonable claims
been long and favorably known
Figs and has attained to world
excellent family laxative. As its puro
oenna, are wen Known to pnysicians
the world to be the best we have
r. o -t rr: I
effects, always note, when purchasing the lull
name of the Company California Fig Syrup
Co. 'printed on the front of every package,
whether you call for r-Syrup of Figs
or by the fuH name - Syrup of
Iigs and Elixir of Senna.
Oen. Wood" now heads tho list or oc-,
tlve major generals. I
Gen. Fred D. Grant, who has
been In command ot the depart
ment or the east tor some time,
has Buccceddod Gen. Wade In com
mand nt the Atlantic division, but by ,
n special arrangement he will not re-,
lln'ciuish his command over the de-1
paftment.ot the east tor nearly a year. 1
The understanding Is that this ur- I
rungement'lu made fur the purpose of
holding the command of the depart-
inent of tho east open for Gen. Wood,
who Is to come home from tho Philip
pines. From the command or the depart
ment ot the east to the office or chief
or staff und active head or the urmy
Is u short step. Gen, Wood recently
notified .the department that, -.ho -.Me-'
sired- to ,8tayliVfthePhlllpplheiJ 'until
Secretary Taftvlslts'tife Islands riexT
full. About the time Taft leaves for
homo the general will stnrt for Ameri
ca by wuy. of Kurope, Gen. Hell le
making n most acceptable chief ol
staff, but If It Is tho 'president's desire
that Wood shall occupy the place by
n certain date, other duties will Tie
found for Dell. One. reason for desli-.
lug to get- Wood in the offlce of chief
of Htnft as. soon ns possible is thut
Gen. Dell, the present chief, Is out
ranked by Gen. Alnsworth, the ad
jutant general. This anomalous con
dltlon Is not causing any friction, but
it Is not "according to Hoylo," and
tlio administration desires to correct
It as soon us possible. Geu. Wood U
tho only officer In the army, suveGen.
MacArtlnir, who putrnnks Gen. Alns
Gen. Wood Is only 47 years old. In
February, 1901, he was Jumped from n
captaincy In the medical depurtmenj,
to a brigadier generalship, in August,
3903, he wns made a major general
Many falthrul army ofllccrs do not un
derstand It und they will never be
convinced that It was right, but Itwni
done and that settles It. Geu. Alns
worth is eight years older than Geu
Wood and his promotions have come ;
with tho usual slowness characteristic
ot tlie army. He was made u cuptnlr t
mid assistant surgeon In Ht79, u ma
jor in tno medical department In 189 1,
a brigudler general In 1899 and' a ma'
Jor general In 1904.
Mrs. Knlcker Does your husband
go out between tho uctti? .
Mrs. Docker No; lie comes In tilt
theuter between drinks. Judge.
Many years ago there was consider
able malaria In Jltirrlsburg, Pu which
wus attributed to- the waters ot tho
Susquehuniiu river, wbluh wus then
the source of the city supply. Quo
of the members of the legislature for
that year, upon his return to his con
stituents, was Interviewed concerulug
tlie plagUe. He Boon settled the
question. "Upon my soul, gontlemen."
ho deduced, "the report of the foul
ness of tho water was a slander on
the city of ,Hi'rlsburg. 1 absolutely
Jmo.w the water to be perfectly houlth
ful, for during tho session 1 dranlt tltft
water on two mrrcrent occasions, uu!
never- experienced any 111 eet
"",,,D,' . V
A Poor Kind of Cltlten,
It doesn't pay 46 put. much faith' Ik
the man who baa to keep up his piiU-'-
u uiinHing w people waeaje (s
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it is the first
?3m v .
Ex.raordinary Shoe Sale
Tlie most extraordinary
sale that ever took place in
Marion. You will find values
offered positively astonish
ing $3.00 and $4 shoes at $1.98.
SALE 10 DAYS ONLY.,
1. H. HAYFER CO,,
212 W, Center
MADE TO WALK ON.
STAINS AND VARNISHES
WORKS EQTJALLY WELL OVER
CAN BE APPLIED BY AN IN
It makes .a very close imitation
of polished hard wiod floors at
a at .a,
about one-fourth of the cost. 'ITke . ."Mi. .
Sanitary advantage of finishwl '"' -floors
iTn'd rugs over' tlio old dusty
carpcte with moth eaten corners is '
so great that every family should
have them. Carpets aro dirt catch-,
ors no matter what care is taken'
Finished Floors Aro in Good Tasts
And Savo Ono-Half of tlio
Labor in Hooping the
Houso Clean. ' ti
For Sale Only hy -
Haberman . Hardware
at this time' of the yr
re preierrea y BMUjiy.
Oun ;all kmi c
and warranted dtlicl
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237 N, Ifaln and 121 B. Ota
ter, BotK fboBSg tU.eaek
Market. S t
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