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5COTT COUNTY KICKER. BENTON. MISSOURI.
NEWS OF THE WEEK
FROM OVER WORLD
HAPPENINGS IN OUR OWN AND
SHORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN
Week'g Newt Condensations Re
viewed Without Comment All
Natlont Find Somewhat to
Edify and Instruct.
England needs short, ejaculatory
prayers ns a Christian antidote to the
German "Gott Strafe England" (God
State-wide prohibition Is now In ef
fect In Alabama.
Seven midshipmen were placed un
der arrest at the naval academy at
Annapolis, charged with hazing or
"running" members of the new fourth
BlBOk Diamond, the famous bison
Of the Central Park zoological garden,
New York, whose Image adorns one
side of the nickel, will be slain within
n few days, but his massive head will
be preserved and mounted.
Among the news items given out by
the Overseas news Bgency for distri
bution was the following: "The ex
change Of German and French war In
valids will begin on July
Grain receipts at Kansas City for
the 12 months ending June mm totaled
106,000,000 bushels, a pain of SO per
cent over the preceding year.
The t'nited States submarine H-3.
Which went on the rocl.s near Point
Stir Lighthouse, Cel., was floated at
high tide July 2.
There are 188 cases of pellagra un
der observation In Arkansas, accord
ing to Dr. C. . QarrtSOn, state health
Gov. Dunne commuted to life impris
onment the death sentence of Nlcoll
tiavrllovltch, to bang at Bdwardavilte
Thousands of San Franciscans and
fnlr visitor thronged 'he grounds of
H Panama-Pacific exposition to par
tti Ipatc In a Wood row Wilson day
program July 2.
The uee of moving pictures to stim
ulate lnt r .-t In Sunday night services
lias authorised by the lourd of the
Grac Methodist church, Elgin, III.
The decline in the birth rate of
France has been particularly notice
able since the war began, The rate
i:i U'14 averaged 1,000 births daily,
bu: at the beginning of 1'.15 the fig
ures, dropped to sso.
A Girt:..::i eZppelln exploded while
leaving iti shed in Bros sell and was
A Florida man cut down a bad fence
post on his place and discovered that
a nearby grapevine hud grown entire
ly through the body of the post.
Japanese exhibitors nt the Panama
exposition seem to have hail a monop
oly on winning medals, as the Orient
als have won 1,511 decorations.
Real snow was repotted from Junc
tion City, Kan., on the 2d of July.
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Lightning struck the steel rod of an
umbrella carried by Mrs. Martha Bur
net nt Collinsville, Tonn., and killed
The town of Oneida. Kan., has gone
mad over croquet, and even the blind
i.icn are playing the same.
Another field of operations has been
opened for the blind, as John Gibson,
sightless for seven years has demon
strated that he can clean windows in
B successful manner.
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Six million dollars toward the con
struction of a rapid transit system
was appropriated at a session of Phil
adelphia city council.
John E. Redmond, leader of the
Irish Nationalist party, speaking at
Dublin, said that up to Juno 16, 120,
741 Irishmen from Ireland had joined
Eight men were killed and eight
l-tore seriously wounded on board the
Pritish steamer Anglo-Callfornlan
when it was shelled off the coast of
Ireland by a German submarine.
Twenty-five thousand advocates of
temperance gathered at Atlantic City,
.. J., July 0 for war councils in the
campaign against the liquor traffic in
the United Sttaes.
Billy Carson, the noted automobile
driver, died of injuries suffered in the
race at the Speedway In Tacoma,
The funeral of Gen. Porfirio Diaz,
former president of Mexico, who died
in Paris Friday night, was held July
tj at 11 o'clock at the Catholic church
tf St. Honore d'Eylau.
An explosion destroyed an illumin
ating rocket factory at Marseilles,
France, where 100 persons were em
ployed. A general land and see, fight against
tho Turkish positions at the Dardan
elles has been launched.
Six persons are reported to have
been killed in a tornado that swept
parts of Ottawa county, northwestern
Seeking diversion, three dishwash
ers in the Devil's Cafe at Indianapo
lis, Ind., made a bomb with a bottle
and gunpowder. John Helm held the
tattle whii v t'chlng the paper fuse
Frederick Underwood, president ot
the Erie railroad, In an Interview, de
clared that he favored a onevcent-per
mile passenger rate, but that he hoped
for a 20 per cent Increase in freight
The Illinois state utilities commis
sion entered an order authorizing tho
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rail
way Co, to Issue $15,850,000 of 4 per
cent reimbursing bonds.
Officers of the Detroit United Rail
way have agreed to Bell the lines to
the city. The terms of sale are to be
fixed by tho circuit court.
Turkish losses to date nt the Dar
danellea are estimated by the allies at
110,000 in killed, wounded and cap
lured, according to a dispatch received
A Vienna dispatch soys The Frem- i
denblatt prints an authorized denial
that Austria at any time made over
tUreS with any country for peace,
William Short, wanted at Bemldjl,
Minn., for transporting a girl there
from St. LOUIS, Mo., gave himself up
to the St. Paul. Minn., police and went
to Stillwater penitentiary.
Mrs. Meta Bergen Socialist member
of the Milwaukee school board, Is pres
ident of that body.
When n severe electric storm passed
over Rich Hill. Mo., Zella Watson, tho
U-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Watson, was killed by light
ning when working In the kitchen at
An exact reproduction of a four-inch
navy rifle was exhibited in Secretary
Daniels' office. It Is one of the trophies
to he offered by the navy department
to naval militia dvlslons for skill in
Circuit Attorney Harvey lost his
fght for the $10 fee for attending
coroner's Inquest, which he carried to
the supreme court. The law WSJ held
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Semi-official advices reaching N'euvo
Laredo reported a big battle between
Carranza and Vlllista forces near Pa
redon. with several hundred killed on
His weddlne day set for next week,
Charles Brehmer. a prosperous young
farmer, shot and killed Ida Camp, his
fiancee, at the girl's home. He then
By court decision the Baelic-Denman
Coal Syndicate of ll companies lost
its 11,250,000 suit aganst union miners
for destruction of property in Pralrlo
Crek mine riots.
i A. .1. Waller of Kansas City. 23 rears
old, is dead as tho result of beinij
struck on the head by a pitched ball.
The Turkish authorities at Constats'
i tinoplo announce that the death of
COl. Leipsig, military attache of the
German embassy at Constantinople, is
attributed to suicide.
Fifty persons in a light tower. Co
feet high in Exposition park. Rock
Island, III, fell to the ground when it
collapsed, but only seven were in
jured, none fatally.
The Attstrians have assumed the of
fensive against the Berviana all along
the Danube river front.
Frank Holt, the man who shot J. P.
Morgan, was an Instructor la the Ger
man department of the Cornell univer
sity at Ithaca, and was a noted lin
guist. a e e
Woman suffrage has failed at the
present session of the Wisconsin leg
islature, by a vote of 17 to 14.
Hero stuff, bravery and courage aro
all a matter ot how much of a certain
kind of secretion you have in your
adrenal glands, says Dr. De Witte Wil
cox of Boston.
The Panama Canal will show- net
profit for the year of more than $25u,
000, which far exceeds the expecta
tions of the administration.
Deputy sheriff:! at Crawfordsville,
Ind., have discovered tiiat three dead
men hue been drawn to serve on the
regular jury panel.
Tho output u; torpedoes at the va
rious V. S. arsenals has been so re
stricted that only one is made daily,
whereas authorities agree that ten
would be none too many.
The Philipine- Islanders having been
cut off from the source of their sup
ply of candy which was formerly Ger
many, have turned their attention to
tho Chicago market.
All social clubs in Vicksburg, Miss.,
no matter how exclusive, will here
after be as dry as Sahara. This is in
accordance with a new ruling of may
or and chief of police.
Three accomplices of Lieut. Col.
Miassoyedoff, an interpreter on the
staff of the Kusslan teutV army, who
some time ago wa hanged as a spy,
have been convicted after a trial by
court martial and hanged.
A burning balloon alighting on the
top of the Turner Hudnut elevator at
Chillicothe, 111., set fire to the struc
ture, ensuing a loss of 160,000. "
Walter Johnson, premier pitcher of
the American baseball league, Is the
father of a baby boy.
William Cornier, known as "Monk
Eastman,' a former New York gang
leader, who figured lu the first Harry
Thaw trial, has been voncicied of
e e a
By the capsizing of a skiff in White
river near Petersburg, Ind., Miss Ruth
Allen, 18 years old, of Washington,
Ind., was drowned.
e a s
A Pere Marquette passenger train
struck an automobile at a grade cross-
j ing near Detroit, Mich,, killing three
persons and lmurmg turee others.
U.S. URGED TO ACT
IN MEXICAN CRISIS
IF RELIEF COMES AT ALL
MUST COME WITHIN
TERRIBLE CONDITION IN SIGHT
Carranza'e Army Said to Be Within
10 Miles of Capital Brazilian
Minister Warne All Foreign
era Must Be Protected.
Washington. Urgent sugestlons
that the United States wait no longer
than another month before taking
some decisive action to restore law
and order in Mexico have been for
warded to the State Department by
severafl Amerjcan consular Officers
la the. northern part of the republic,
Threatened famine and the Inabil
ity of the contending military fac
tions to restore peace and establish u
government that could he recognised
by the United States are dwelt upon
by the consular officers
Conditions more s'-rious than even
troubled Mexico has seen before are
predicted unless the United Staffs
lends a hand quickly. Recognition
of some element which may set up
a strong government, with the moral
support of the United S:ates, is the
solution usual! i urged.
Carranza Near Capital.
Meager dispatches reaching the
State Department from Vera Cruz !
said Carranxa'i army, estimated at j
won, bad pressed its fiaht for j
possession of Mexico City within ten I
miles of the capital. Apparently the ,
Investing forces had advanced eleven I
miles against the Zapata defenders In !
tWO daVS. I
BOY STEALS GEMS FOR THIEF
Youth. 7. ..Plavino" R.Hi-H B....M.
. " WWM.IVVI,
Takes Jewels from Philadelphia
Store in Rush Hour.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Uncut
diamonds and other precious stones,
valued at 10, were stolen from
the jewelry store of E. J. Hertz, lo
cated In the central shopping dis
trict. The theft took place during
the ru-ih hours and Is believed to
have been committed by a 7-year-old
boy, who acted as a tool for profes
sional pern thieves.
Hertz told the detectives that two
women, two men and a small boy
came into the store and asked to see
some diamonds and sapphires, While
the men and women were looking at
the stones, he said, the boy, who car
ried an umbrella, tan back and forth
behind the counter.
The prospective customers finally
decided 'hat none of the items was
"exactly what they wanted" and pur
Chased a cheap scarfpin. Meanwhile
the hoy had disappeared and an hour
later a box containing the gems was
found 'o be missing.
The authorities believe the boy con
ceal' d the box in Ills umbrc-lla ar.d
slipped out of tho store unnoticed.
Danville Saloon Men Sued.
Danville, 111. Informations were
filed asralnst three saloon keepers,
their bondsmen and owners of build
Ings they occupy, charging them with j
operating without licenses. Mayor1
Lewman has refused to interfere with
saloons which have operated since.
May 1. when the dry majority In the I
city council refused to Issue licenses.
Bryan Is for Suffrage
San Francisco. William j. Bryan,
former Secretary of State, declared
himself In favor of woman suffrage
here nr.d told an audience of women
that he had nol espoused their cause
sooner because he had been busy
with other matters,
Dupont Gets Powder Order.
Wilmington, Del, To meet quickly
the needs of its army for ammuni
tion, the Russian Government has
awarded u contract for $00,000,000
, worth of powder to the Dupont Pow
der Company, offering ; bonus for
' early completion of the order,
20 Violate Neutrality.
San Francisco. --.More than twenty
Indictments charging various viola
. tions of neutrality were voted here
by the Federal grand jury. Recruit
i ing for the British army and furnish
I ing supplies for German ships of war
are the bases of the charges.
England Is Preventing Export.
London. Steps have been taken by
the British authorities to prevent the
; further exportation from Great Brit
ain of lead, spelter, antimony, nickel
' or any other metal necessary In the
manufacture of munitions.
Boy, 6, Kills Himself.
Ottawa, 111 The 0-year-old son of
. C. S. Ayres shot himself through the
! head while playing with his father's
I revolver. Death was Instantaneous.
Unable to Feed Prisoners.
Rome. Six thousand war prlsouers
j held at Trent, among whom are in-
eluded some Russians captured in
Galicia, have been released and aro
1 now on their way to Italy, via Swit
zerland. Austria is unable to feed
Cherry Pie for Everybody.
Manzanola, Colo. A cherry pie for
every man, woman and child who
came to this place was the big fea
ture of "Cherry Pie Day," an annual
Institution in this neck ot the woods.
Nearly 10,000 plea were distributed.
Adriatic Under Convoy.
London. The White Star liner Ad
riatic has taken the route around the
north of Ireloud and shipping agents
expect her t. docli jit Greenock in
stead of Liveraool The Adriatic it
convoyed fcy a 1'ritlsf. trulaer.
HAPPINESS HAS BEEN FOUND I
Thrift, According to Banker, Guaran
tees the Unattainable for Ages,
But Does It7
"Thrift," runs a bank's advertise
ment In a car window, where many a
weary eye must see It night and morn
ing, "is the guarantee of happiness."
Men have hunted for happiness for
many a century, hunted for it In
wealth, in power, in knowledge, in
friendship, In accomplishment, In re
ligion, In gratified vanity, In change, In
freedom, In crowds and in solltujKs.
No one has been able to fill a lifetime
with happiness. It may not have been
intended that anyone should. In all
lives there are oases garden spots In
the desert, with springs of clear water,
where one may lie In the shade of the
trees. But at the end of the road the
pain at least matches the comfort, un
happiness balances the happiness.
Sometimes old men say that life is
worth the trouble it takes to live it.
and sometimes they deny It.
"But," says the advertisement In the
car, which people B'are at when they
are tired of looking out of the window I
or at each other, "thrift is the guaran- j
tee of happiness.
Some are thrifty because they can
not possibly procure more than the
necessities of life. Others are thrifty
from choice. They worry about their
money. They wake up In the middle
of the night, with cold sweat on their
brows, having dreamt that the bank-
has failed. They deny themselves I
pleasures which might have allowed
their lives to blossom out and expand.
For the sake of a problematical future
they build high walls around the pres
ent. They envy those who have more
than they, and sometimes they despise
those who have less.
With a few, thrift becomes the
noblest of virtues. It is so when it is
practiced for the sake of others. But
it does not guarantee happiness. We
must go a little further to lind the nan-
acea which shall cure humanity of Ills
aud relieve it of its sorrows, If we
could find out the secret we should put
,ho iMl nr. fllo (Mlnont.hv r.t all , 1, a 1
ages. For philosophy is a seeking after
lhc 8oll,tlon Proclaimed so glibly in
the car placard. Philosophy's first
l"estlon is. whether life is worth 11
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i nig. ami iir- . v emi UVVVIV1I in. uui i,
I may be made most worth living; that
There Is happiness In being without
envy, in being without hatred, in b inc
I without fear. There Is happiness In I
helping others. There is happiness '.r. :
; finding what one can do best, and do
ing It with all one's might. There is
! happiness in the emotion of brother
hood, in feeling in one's own bedy the
j flow of great forces which sway man
kind from generation to generation.
But If we try to define happiness, or
to point the way to It. we are as futile
as the placard on tie car. It' there is a
road to happiness, every man must
I find it for himself, and perhaps the
' first step will be renunciation and hu
mility. CARE FOR YOUR HAIR
By Frequent Sh?Tipcos With Cuticura
Wi!l Help You. Trial Free.
Precede shampoos by touches of
Cuticura Ointment if needed t" Bp -s
of dandruff, Itching and irri'iitior. of
the scalp. Nothing better for the com
plexlon, hair, hands or Skin than t! ete
fragrant supcrcreamy emollient?. Also
as preparation! for the teilet.
Sample each free by mail with Hook.
Address pccard, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
llosteu. Sold everywhere Adv.
Between the blende young woman
on the other side of the car and ln-r
stout neighbor next to the left there
Intervened n space perhaps four
inches In width. Clinging to the
strap just in front of the blonde wom
an was a cheerful individual whose
uncertain footing was it seemed, not
wholly due to the jelting and Jerking
of the common carrier. Presently he
fastened an Ingratiating smile upon
the young woman.
"Madam," murmured he. "if you
lemma sit down In that place there
by you I'd -I'd vote for woman suf
frage." New York Evening Post,
"The paper speaks of a certain argu
ment as being tactfully yet forcefully
phrased," said the young student.
"What would be a good exaiflfrc of
"My eon," returned the father, "can
It be that you have never lent ear to
your mother's able representations m
the periodical occasions, when I return
home on pay day':"
"You kuow when I was living here
some years ago," remarked the man
who had just dropped In, "you had a
little hoy about six years old. whom
you thought the brightest boy in the
"Yes, I remember," was the reply;
"but he's been through college since
HAM waii m: hospitals
H,v5 oiderrj Allen' Focl-Efse. the rtisrrt'c
pewaer. for USS among the convalesce-! ir :p.
Shaken Into I'le ?h?e cr dissolved In the tect
bath, Allen's Foct-Ese elves reireshinp res: ind
comfort and preverts the feet getting t:-ei or
foot-srre Try It TODAY. D n't accert ary rub
Mitute. SoJ Everywhere. 25c For FREE sam
ple, address. Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy. N. Y. Adv.
Tem Do you like the Boston hop'.'
Chem Saw, I takes Chinese dope
for mine every time.
No, Cordelia, the knife one girl
gives another will not cut friendship
and the odds are it won't even cut
TOVK inr ISKUfJOIST Wtt.I,TEJ.I, VOXl
Try Muriu,, Kje Heiut-dy fur K,-d, Weak. Water?
Kyea and Granulated eyelids: No Soxartln--
tost Sty comfort. Writ for Book of tbe Hye
iy mafi Free. Murine Hya Uemedy Co., Chicago
Andalusia's olive crop is a poor one
owing to a recent drought.
Ket Contents is Plaid Drachma
ALCOHOL- 3 PER W.NT.
AVf gcrnblc PivpamlionforAs-'
alndMfinftllK food (ind Regula
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness nnd Rest.Contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral
Utat mfVibr. SMCU PnTJfEJt
Air Smsina '
Aru.tr .,, '
Worm v , .' I
(Utrxtitt Sugar 1
rt'tftfrrqrtmfl ratw f
A perfect Remedy roi-rousllpa7
lion, sour MoimeaiJuirriutea,
Worms. Fewrishiicss and
Loss of Sleep
Foe-Simile Skjftalunf of
Tub C6ktaur COMHUnfi
Exact Crv cfWrarr"
Shrapnel in Warfare.
Shrapnel is most effective against
prone skirmishers at rar.o from
1,000 tt) 1,000 meters. When burst
twenty-right to twenty-two meters
short of the target, and aeair.st stand
ing skirmishes at the fame range
when burst ttfty-slx to forty-five m
terg short of the target. Black also
points out that a single shrapnel from
a light fieid howitzer produce! a
greater number of hits when th point
of burst Is favorably situated than : ?
Qred from a field gun.
Shrapnel is also paying n most lm
fortant part In aerial warfare, ar.d of
these antiaircraft shrapnel, all of
wnlch embody the tame genera! es
sentials, there is perhaps none more
effective than that known as Khrhardt
antiairrraft shrapnel "
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The Sy.-tem
Take the Old Standard GKuVL s
TASTELESS chill TuNIC Vou kn w
what you ure taking, ..s the formula is
printed oa every Intel, showing it is
Qainine aud Iron in a tasteless lira The
Quinine drives cut malaria, the Iron
builds up the system, SU cents Auv
"Wasn't your wife something of an
elocutionist before the married you?"
asked the man who had Just re
from an extended stay abroad,
"he is yet." answered the
sadly, thinking of her oratorical) Sorts
on tho occasions when he had com
home from the club.
Grnrd Prize at Panama-Pacific Expo
sition Awarded to Walter
Baker & Co. Ltd.
The Grand Prtss for lupprloi ty ef Com
and Chocolate preparnttnin hni
awarded to waiter Baker &0 Ltd.. Dor
heater. M.iss. This famous I I ho ise is
re etved to Highest Aw.n :." the leading
expositions In Europe and America, Adv.
See U. S. A. F rst.
Blanch She's going to travel
Beulah so? Ooing to Europe,
"Oh, no. she's going tu trav. 1 in this
"I see. She believes In safety first."
What Siie Would lay,
Bashful Stud-tit What would you
say ( 1 should throw a kiss at you'.'
Miss (blushingly) I'd say you were
the laziest fellow I've ever met. Co
After passing th
age a woman make
a goose of her-
to Fe ?d ihe World'
The war's featul devastat.ca
crops has caused an unusual demazd far en-ain
from the Americm Continent, The
world must be fed and there is an unusual demand
for Canadian 'vheat. Canada's invitation to everv
industrious Amc-nran is therefore especially attrac
tive. She wants farmers tc make mor.pyand haopv,
prosperous homes for themselves while helping her
to raise immense wheat crops.
You can get a Homestead of 160 acres FREE and
other lands can be bought at remarkably lew prices. Think of the money you
can make with wheat at its present high prices, where for some time it is lia
ble to continue. During many years Canadian wheat fields have averaged 20
bushels to the acre -many yields as high as 45 bushels to the acre. Wonderful
crops also of Oats, Barley and Tlax.
Mixed farming; is fully as profitable an industrv as grain raising. The excel
lent grasses, full of nutrition, are the
purposes. Good schools, markets
Military service is not compulsory
tion and no war tax on lands.
Wnte for lite-atar tad
Superintendent Immigration. Ottawa, Canada, or
0. A. Cook, 1ZS
412. 112 W.
Jack How did you come to set in
terested in that novel you are read
lug? Marie; I liked the way it ended.
"She sings like a bird."
"Yes. Incessantly." Philadelphia
Booaune) ef those) ugly, rUUy, array hairs. Jmm "I
What is CASTORIA
Caatorta is a harmless snbstitnto for Crwtor OH, Pare
gorie. Drops aud Soothing S.vrnps. It la plcusant. It
contains neither Opium, Morpliiuo nor other Jiarcutie
substance, its np;c is its guarantee. It destroys Worm a
and allays Fevcrlsiiness. For more than thirty years it
lias been in constant use- for tho relief of Constipation
Flatrdeney, "Wind Colic, all Teethinjr Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Ji I ,
assimilates the Food, giving health? and natural bleep.
Th Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THI CENTAL,. CO
J0HM"S DEDUCTIONS AT FAULT
Result of Bng-t Youth's Reasoning
Brought Ccrsternat'On to His
John was the new boy st the board
ing hi'Use. His mistress was scolding
him because he never surmounted an
' John, ' she said, "w hen I s- r.t you
for a tw0pound leaf cake and they
Lad cone, why in the world did you
not bring two one-pound cakes? That
would be exactly the same thing."
John seemed to vrarp the knowl
edge. His mistress thought so until
the next day.
She was gi !r,w c r, a Journey, nnd
i beinc a '.urge, stout woman, told John
; to engager her two seats in the bus.
' When John returned she asked:
' Did you have any difficulty?"
"No, ma'am." replied the hopeless
John, "but I could not get them both
together, so I got one on the Inside
and one en the top!"
Brown was l.a; ; y ta
through 'he '.and of dreams one night
when he suddenly awakened to find
the long barr-.-i of a putd unpleasantly
Close to his iace.
"Utter one word.'
volt e back of the f'-r.
you are a dead man. '
"I'm not saini; one ord," w
meek rejoinder of the submlssii
"What l want." continued the bu
gliir. without lowering the pistol, "
every single valuable that you have
t'..- house, and l w ant them quickly,"
"All right, oid man." promptly r
piled Brown, digging up a slip of ap
and handing it to the burglar. "He
is the comb'natlon to the lofrigeratoi
La!''s Across. on.
First Lawyer How's business?
Second Lawyer Oh, very bad.
"No clhnts in town?"
"Not a one,"
Where are they?"
"Must of them at in Jail
Haze! What It that scraping noise
Dawn Must be the chorus girls fll
Ing ( S the stage.
, Some m
in boardi rs
n would have no
it their wives dldl
people of the
only food required either for beef or dairy
convenient, climate excellent.
There is no conscrip
particulars as to reduced railway rates to
W. 9lh St.. Kansas
C. J. brougham, Room
Adams St.. thicilo, Ml.
Better Values Vlr, -SfS
Hun k Modfl "I
ford Touring 1
Mltohell Modi I
t," Bvs petesnsir.
R C. it
l.paSS., witn si-lr-slurlt-r
short whSI l-bae roadater...
Touring ear, ;,,p and lampa.
Alt', many cth.'ra at corn auoriulnc nrima
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