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Fnirrrd ftctwHiftf In (he : at Cosfr.lB it
lni rlfn PUS Hill, inwil d all twttm
If Kin Edward svonhl mrtke a
fiicmlly vUit lo Now York City, he
miejit make the pacification of Ire
Senator Sullivan, the Republican
Su.atiat booJIer, ha taken an ar
peal. He had better tik our ad
vice, pay hit fine and quit. We
know the citse wasn't very strong
Against him, but hit politic! it.
llithop llendrix, of the Meiho
dihl Episcopal Church South, hat
located the spot in Savannah, Gt.,
on which stood the building where
Juhn Wesley taught Sunday sjioo!
in 1736. The building itself hat
long since been demolished, and a
small dwelling stands in itt place.
"Organized labor marchet in
solid procession on Labor Day,"
sa)S a Democratic exchange, "but
on election day it marches go-as-you-please."
And under the only
Democratic administration this gen
eration has endured all sorts ot la
bor marched to the soup house and
back again three times a day.
Feeling his power only in propor
tion as it it founded on knowledge,
the sentiment of patriotism becomes
a great and potent force when it
represents an intelligent knowledge
of the nation history and princi
ples; if but a passing cnthusiam it
is in danger of succumbing to time
and to the temptations of selfishness
and false reasoning. He who
knows his country best can serve
Editor Wiseman, of the Western
Enterprise, did himself proud in his
22nd year issue. From a financial
standpoint Wiseman has made a
success of it, notwithstanding bis
rock-ribbed Democracy. Hit paper
has always gone Democratic in its
views of party policy and govern
ment, but the editor hat been rather
Republican in hit tuccess. We ex
tend congratulations and hope he
may continue to edit a genuinely
Democratic paper many ycart
They are having big time
down in Arkansas. The governor
is a candidate for a third term nom
ination, and he it opposed by Judge
Wood of the State Supreme Court.
They are making a joint canvatt
of thettate. Such loving epithet!
as boodler, corruptionist, liar, and
thief are common things, and possi
bly have more truth in them than
either would care to acknowledge.
Finally they came to blows on one
occasion, and Judge knocked the
Governor off the stand down into
the crowd. Nice men to be diet
ed to office. But that's Arkan
sas. The Philadelphia Tress calls at
tcntion to the fact that a reform
concerning child labor in the facto
ries of Pennsylvania that hat been
lung sought from the legislature!
nd as often refused hat now been
secured at a blow by executive or
ikr. Ilmafier, under the rule of
Mile irikpector, approved by the
governor, children neeking work in
factories must present a birth or
baptismal certificate or other record
ed evidence of birth and age before
they cati be emploved. This rule
knacks out the "parents affidavit
and the t'reti taya will cut up by
the root the parental perjury that
has long been rile in that state.
J. 11. Uecker, a Butler baker,
has been appointed justice, of the
peace fur Ml. Pleasant township,
to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Judge D. V. lirown.
Mr. T. II. Hell, who ws first ap
pointed declined to serve. What
will happen next?' Another Demo
crat declined an office! This is
some si or seven sioce Uncle
Tom Ooeal resigned from the of
fice of street commissioner in Rich
11.1!, an l J&ho A. Lee resigned
livm the Lieut. Governorship.
The paity must be getting shaky
tiie enouich. Wc hops these
1 '.;:' will nut rnf O'-r lii'pullt
.. jii I.kikU to telas their cflorls
: wtver. as L'cmou att ire Diigbty
;ow to in kt tiii: Titi btk
the late annual srs;on ot the
Amciitim liar Association hit upon
the plan to curb the trust. Their
plan is to tax them. Exempt small
organizations of cnpititl, and levy a
certain tax upon all over a epecified
amnnnt and increase It as the
amounts jncreat.e, up to as much as
ten per cent or more if necessary.
Here is your way out, Democrats of
Missouri and Republicans ot Kan
sas. Now eo to work. That taxa
tion will effectually settle the trust
question is plain. Will it be adopt
ed? The ten per crnt tax on state
hanks put them out of business in
short order. It will have the same
effect on the tinsts. In fact, taxa
tion will settle almost anything of
a financial nature. It would soon
squeeze the water out of all jhe
trusts and bring them down to act
ual dollars and cents, in their capi
talization. If we are sincere in our wishes to
bust the trusts, the lawyers have
told you how to do it. Now go to
work at the job. It will be a hard
one, but it can be done and it will
The orginization of ctpital and
the organisation of labor are a part
of our industrial growth. The syn
dicate is as common to England,
Germany and France as it it here.
The law must recognize it as an
existing fact in the industrial pro
gramme and deal with it as with
other new conditions which contin
ually arise in the history of a peo
ple. We have now imbedded in
our lawt all the personal rights
known. We have built up the
most perfect form of government
ever devised, a composite federal
union, combining the liberty of a
small state with the strength of a
There is no more loyal body of
wage earners of this country, but in
their aspirations to some extent
they are idealists. Tbey are striv
iug not only (or equality before the
law, but for eqnality of economic
But there are preat natural lawt
which society cannot overcome
namely, that men are born with un
equal energy and ability and that
wealth it founded upon labor and
sacrifice. We may alleviate the
situation, we may better the con
dition of labor and organization
L a .
it very neipiui 10 mt end but we
cannot cure inequality of economic
conditions. We have tome relief,
though, in that spirit of divine
charity which the men we all know
are showing by giving back to hu
manity the fruits of the talent they
derived from God. Judge Le Bar
The recent report of the Suez Ca
na! company for 1001 affords an op
portunity to make a contrast be
tween the work of that canal and
that of Sault Ste. Marie canal
The result it greatly to the credit of
ihe Soo canal, which had a tonnage
' 35y5 155 at compared with
11,148,41.1 on the Suez. The
freight of the buea was carried in
3,7p8 vessels, while that of the Soo,
open only seven months, was car
ned in 11, by) vessels. The Suez
canal showed a gain of 1,500,000
tons in iooj over 1900. But the
Soo canal showed againcf 10,300,-
000 tons in the same time. The
traffic which passes through the Soo
does not, however, constitute by
anv means all the commerce of the
great lakes, which in recent years
hat grown to marvelous propor
tions, despite the great increase in
1'ulr CoiuiuUaiou Meet.
"The finest exhibit ever made by
a state at any Exposition was the
keynote of the reports made by the
variout Superintendents of depart
ments to the Missouri World's Fair
Commission at its session in St.
Louis. L. A. Goodman, in horti
culture, II. J. Waters, in agricul
luie, H. JI. Cragg, in Mining, G.
V. Buchanan, in education and
Walter Williams, in publication,
reported ot the work of the month.
r itteen hundred jait of fruit have
already been gathered. One thous
and bundles of grasses and millet,
wheat and other grains. The Com
minion will secure 1,000 barrels of
apples to be placed in cold storage.
Photographs will be taken of every
schoolhouse in the state, with it's
teachers and pupils. All the mem-
bets of the Commission were pres
ent! M, 1, Davis, of Sniiiiptirlil
L. r , I'aiker of St. Louis; F. J.
Mdu of St. Jostpb) JJ. lj. Uouloty,
o -' - ?
of IJnioiivillcj 1). p. Stump, r f
N01 borne; N 1,'. Gentry, of St.1,1-
iia: J, t). Ailion. of New London;
W. II, Marshall, of Mou-ho,:sc
and J. H. Hawthorne, of Kansas
Attorney General Knox has in
augurated a drastic investigation
of every official in bis Department
within the Indian Tcrtitory juris
diction. There aru four United
States attorneys, four United
States marshals and a considerable
number cf assistant attorneys dep
uty marshals in tho territory, all of
whom are responsible to the attor
ney General and the official con
duct of each of t'.iese will be rig
idly scanned by the officials charg
ed with the investigation. A ru
mor reached the Department of
Justice the middle of July to
the effect that United States
officials were implicated in scan
dals in connection with the liquor
traffic and with feeding prisoners.
Subsequent charges in connection
with the allotment of Indian lands
have already been told in these
letters. All of these will be faith
fully investigated by the Depart
ment's representatives and the re
sults of their investigation will go
to the President. The name of
United States Attcrncy Tliney
Soper has already been mentioned
as that of assistant attorney Huck
leberry, and United States mar
shal Colbert. In addition to these
it is understood that charges have
been preferred against Dr. Leo E.
Bennet, United States marshal for
the western district, and several
Secretary Ilithcock has not yet
been able to find a man to under
take the investigation of the subor
dinates of the Department of the
Interior charged with violation of
trust in connection with the Indi
an lands. Francis E. Luepp, who
has just completed an investiga
tion of an Indian agent in the Ki
owa country has declined to un
dertake the task and another in
dividual on whom tne responsi
bility was urged has declined the
offer. There are numerous ap
plicants for the position but they
are wasting their time as the sim
ple fact that a man asks for work
will be regarded as a disqualifica
tion. Meanwhile, the Secretary
is making every effort to locate a
man with the proper qualifications,
which include knowledge of Indi
an affairs, known integrity and
great firmness of purpose.
An effort is being made on the
part of certain Treasury Depart
ment officials to show that Secre
tary Ilithcock has misinterpreted
the law, with regard to the town
site funds resulting lrom the sale
of the sites of Law ton, Anadarko,
Hobart and Oklahoma. The Sec
retary maintains that the law,
which instructs that these funds
shall be expended "under the su
pervision of the Secretary of the
Interior" thereby constitutes him
sole trustee of the funds and re
lieves his actions in connection
therewith from the necessity of
review by the Treasury auditors.
As the funds now stand there is
no adequate record, outside of the
Department of the Interior, of
their existence and only the Com
missioner cf the general Laud Of
fice has audited them.
The administration has made no
change in the orders to Admiral
Cotton who was instrncted to take
the European squadron to Beirut
because ot the alleged murder of
United States Vice Consul Magel
Sicn but it is understood that the
Admiial will find, awaiting him at
Bicrut, orders to proceed tu some
other poit in that vicinity. The
The lateil reports from Turkey are
conflicting, the official advices.
alleging that an uiuucestful attempt
at muttlcr was made and unoflici.il
reports staling that there was no at
tempt at murder the shut suppuied
to have been fired at M.iclnin hav
ing been only a chance slot tired
by a guest at a weJJing who took
that way of celebrating, a sort of
toy-pistol" affair. 'As it it feared
that the presence of an Auienciiri
lieet in a Turkish poit may incite
the Mustlemen lo violence in a part
of Turkey comparatively fire fiom
iliorder, the State Department will,
it is understood, Older the Meet to
some other port immediately.
She Are you fond of tea f
lltYei, but I like the next let-
ttr batter, .Modern Saciety,
SIADVY SCHOOL ILSSON.
f-xon xi-Ni t. t;t.it. t b.".ii.
lUVtll II M OMKS KlSO.
I.lhrnry reference tlclkle'a Hour
With the riHe, vol. tit, cluip. vlll;
I'rivninn Custom- mid Manners,
""0; Kltto'n ltltill.nl Cyclopedia;
Mnlth'a I'.llilc IMrtlormry.
It Sniiiiii'l S, l-li). Ikhiiii text.
(Atiterlemi Itovlwd Vemlon.)
1 And It oihim to ini nftor thU.
thnt lnv!d lii.iilml of Jcho'vnli.nny.
Inu. Mini! I tu 1111 Into nnv of tlio
r I lira ot Jtnhtli? Ami Jrhoviih xnl.t
unto him Ho up. And PitvM nihiI,
t lilt Hit Hiiiill I no up? Anil ! unlil.
I nto lli-lnoii. i' So liivhl went rip
thltliiT, niul IiIm two wlvcN fNo.
Atilnonni 1hi JiniivllW-"; mid AM
irnll the Ifo of Nuloil tin' Oirr-)itt.
;t And his men t hat were wlthhlin
illil Unvld lr)in up, evcrv iiinn svltlii
liln hoiirii'holcl; anil tlnvv dwelt In tin-
cltli-B of lli'bron. 4 And tho men of
Jininli eiiinc, nnd therv tlicy anoint- (
M I'avld Mm: over the ho.me- ot
Ami they told Dnvld. anylng, Tho
men of .InlicKli-titlciiil were they that
liurUHl Saul. S And Dnvl;l nent inen
8cnvrn unto the men ot JalieslHtll-
end. mil snid unto them, llleHcl 1 I
ye of Jehovah, thnt ye have showed jierlod of nix month,
thin kindlier unto your lord even Ami whervnn, W. T. Martth, trnetee
unto Saul, and have hurled him. ' , . . , ,
fi And now Jehovah nliowa U)vlnir. n'oald. nfiiHes to net an audi In
klmlnrs and truth unto yon: nnd 1 J the foreclrxmre ot natd !ettl of tnnt.
alo w til requite you tliht kimliHw, In which efne nald ilettl of t runt pro
because ye have done -thin thinir. J vWlM, tlmt ,, tIj0 (,r anltl
7 Now tiuTefore let your linndn le I ,.....,. ,
utronjr. and ! ve valiant; tor Sanl
your lord In dead, and nlno tlie houne
ot Judali hnvn nnolnted me KIiik
S Now Al'iier the son of Nor. enjv
t Ji In of Siiul's hoKt. had taken lsli-
UoHlieth the hoi; ot Saul, nnd brought ;
him over to Mahtiiiniui; 9 mid he
made him kins overtiilend. mid over
the Adiiirlten, and over Jearvel, nnd
over l:phri.'iui, and over lVnamln,
and overall Isnie). 10 ( Itdi-lioKheth,
SauCn non. wna forty) ears old when
he lxan to relyn over iHrael. ami he
rvisrned two yeans.l Itnt the iionno
ot Judali followed I'avld.
Itchold, how cood and how plea.
ant It la for brethren to dwell to-
Kether in uidty." l'aa. V, I
Threads betvtecn the Lessons.
A youns Amaleklte broui:ht the .
newn to David of the tragic end of
Saul. AVhen inctdioned by Iavld
for proof (f the death of Saul, the
young limn confennpd it having
slain the king. David expmuwd
great griet over the decetvne of the
Ixrd'n nnoioted. After the polg
uaucy of bin grief had prwuied, be
gave commandment for them to elay
the youug man becnune be had
stretched forth bin hand ngatnxt the
There la iu thbi chapter; I think, a
iR'autlful elegy uttered bv King Da
vid. I quote It In full:
"The beauty of lrnel In nlniii upon
thy high pineen: how are the might v
fallen! Ti ll it not In iath. publish
it not in the ntrectn of AHkeloti, lent
thedauKhtern of the riitliHtlnc n-Joii-e.
lent the daughtern of the unelr
ciiiik'Isv triumph. Ye mountalnn of
tiillioa. let there lx no dew, neither
let there l rain 11 pott you, uor fleUln
uf offerlmrn; for there the shield of
tlie mighty in vilely east away, the
nhlcld tif Saul, nn tho' he had not
Uvu nnolnted with oil. From the
IjIoimI of the slain, froiti thefat of the
mighty, the how of Jonathan turned
not hack, nnd the sword of Saul re
turned not empty. S'nil and Jona
than were lovely anil sweet In their
lives, nnd In their death they were
not divided; they were awifterthnu
eagles, they were stronger than
linns. Ye daughters of Israel, wcvp
over Saul, who clothed you In near
let, with other delights, who put ur
imineuts of gold upon your npparcl.
Mow nre tlie mighty fallen in the
inidxt of the battle! O Jonnthmt.
thou wait slain In thy high place. I
am illtriM for tint', my brother
Jonathan, very pleasant hast thou
Imcii unto me; thy love to mn wan
wonderful, pasting the love of wo
men. How are the might)- fallen,
and the weapons of war erUhcd."
Some Nuggets to be Polished.
1. T.l: vol H i KsTlo.n to (ion.
Here wan n contrast to Saul, who
liulded the ship of state by bin own
wisdom. David Inquired of thu !ord
an to the advlnlliillty of going up
Into Juduh. The man who reallss-n
that he is liod'rf ngeiit, has com
menced the Journey of life upon the
rliiht foot. Men ought always to
know tiod'n will concerning thy
great rricn of we. There In no un
dertaking In lifo that In good, that
can succeed without tlie guidance: of
lillCVr III AUK THIS jklllliK II V
rnr: law. The men of Judali anoint
ed lUvl'l king over Juduh. It means
much to keep the law. t hlldreit w I10
vlulate the law n of home, there Is a
cell In the penitentiary awaiting
them. It is linpoHnflde to es-uH
luw. There Is a law of life, death,
nature, phvHien, chemistry, and spir
ituality. He that cdn yn the law, has
put on the harness In which he ran
accomplish the most In life. There
Is 01m law giver, who Is able to save
nnd dnt roy."
1. Turn TUT AM UKilKST UK
TKl K MAMioon.-The men of JuU-nli-(illend
fell under obligation to Saul
hceaiinc of bis rcselli! of their prov
ince from tlie Ammonite. Their
bravery In saving Saul's body from
further liidlgnitli-s, U Worthy of nieu
lion. Here was D u l l, a new king, !
with all his reUu fore him. He
muitt conciliate tln-Mo fi-lemls of Haul.
Hear 1.1 111 tin hit sakH: "And now
J. liovnli shows loving kindness and
truth unto you: ami ul will re
quite your kliiiliiiKM, Ik-cuidh) you
have done this tiling." David gave
one ol these Hashes of the Inner liiHll
thatiipis-ar isensloualiy. It u us an
Index of the new n-liue.
i. lion 110M111 sii-s who it. s. it
iiim. The I'saliiilst knew w hat is'
piuiijlws were. Ituls-i from i1M
sliii'p cote to the throne of Israel.
Is-t us all honor lijil. Dati.i u
I'llliwacn'iit limn. iielug 1I1 nd (if
hiTi'ttft.'Joni'l'h Ntover mid Mnry
I". Stover hU wife, ly tlirlr ecr-
tulu thvd of trilut, (luted tlu ITth
tiny of April, IVU, ami nvorded in
thf rvcuriVr'a ofTW ot Mutes county,
MlHMoitrl, In book Kt, pni ,M)(t, ron
veyeil to V, T. Mjirnh rut triiHttM
tho follow Inn (lertt-rllH'il rr-nl mtnto
ultunted In the County of Union mid
tstitt of MIhhouH, to-wlt: All of Lot
aoren (7), In Woek No. elxhty-t wo
(.') In thf nty of lih-h 111)1, which
milil convrymico wn tnndo to inK-urr-tin'
pnyiuetit of tho m'vernl nit tun f
money mentioned, nnd h provided
In n it-rtiiln proiulnHory note or obli
gation In w rit Inn In until (IihhI of
tniHt net forth nnd di'Mcrllx-il.
And whereim, drhititt bun tiei-n
iiimlu In the payment of tho hiiI.I
several Kiinia of moiii'y monthly and
when due, mid of tin' tinea hhhcmmviI
on account thereof an provided In
... , , ,, t,
"M l"';'"-'3 or obligation
in writing; and audi delimit hnncon
tlnued for more than nix montlm
and the monthly payments now due
t hereon n re lit exivm of nil monthly
Vni meiiti therein provided tor the
1 l' ""1"b
Iff of Hut en county, MIkhouH, nt the
riMjueut of tho holder of said note,
may proceed to nell the projMTty In
nald Uevl of trust dcncrlln-d.
Now then-fore, at the request of
the lei;al holder of, nnid proiulKHory
note or obligation In writing, and In
nceordiinre with the termn of nald
deed rf t runt, not Ice U hen'tiy trlvei
that 1, the underpinned nherltT of
Uaten county, Missouri, uctini;
an trute, will 011 Frlilay, the lth
day of Septeinlier, 1ki, U'twivnthe
hourn ff nine o'clock lu tlie forenoon
and five o'clock In tlie afternoon, at
the front door of the Kicli Mill Hunk,
I" the C ity ot lllch lllll.Uatescounty.
urw 1 1 i-ii iviii rsiuifiUr r o
much thereof an may le iMseMary,nt
public vendue to tlie hiKhct bltbler
for cah, tor the purjHxe of antlnfy-
tnir snlit ft.lir ui 1 m..ii p... 1 niul tlie
C(Wtfl ttnj rxiene of executing nald
JOE T. BM1TH.
Sheriff Dates County, Acting
Wberean, Isaac N. Orr nnd
E. M. Orr, bin wife, by their
certain deed ot trust, dated the 21st
day of Jane, 130, nnd recorded In
the Recorder's office of Bates county,
Missouri, In book K't, page 42, con
veyed to W. T. Marsh na trustee,
tlie following dcM-rtbcd real estate
situated In the County of Dates find
State of Missouri, to-wlt: Ijt three
13) In J'.lock thirty -seven, (37) In tlie
town, now city, of Itlcu Hill,
which said conveyance was made to
secure the payment of the aeveral
sums of money mentioned nnd na
provided u n, certain promissory
note or obligation In writing, In said
deed of trust set forth and dccr1Ud.
And whereas, default bun ticeti
made lu the paymeut of the said
several suiu of mouey monthly nnd
w hen due, and of the fln.-s assessed
on ucrouut thereof nn provided In
said promissory note or obligation
In writing, and such default ban con
tinued for more than six months,
nnd the monthly payment now due
thereon are in excess of nil monthly
payment therein provided, for the
period of six mouths.
And wberean, W. T. Marsh, trus
tee an nforesald. refuses to net na
such In tlie fun-closure of nald deed
of trust. In which case wild deed of
trust provide that upon the refusal
ot trustee t net, the then acting
sheriff of Bates county, Missouri, at
the request of tlie holder of said note
may prm-eed to nell the property In
said deed of trust dcscrlls-d.
Now therefore, nt the rvquent f
the k'gnl holder of said proinlsjwirv
note or obligation lu writing, nr.d In
nccordance with the terms of nald
deed ol trust, uotliv In hen-by given
thnt I, the undersigned sheriff
ot Dates enmity, will, on Friday
the iMh day of Sep tela tier,
ba, iK-tweeu the bourn of nine
n'ehs'k III the fi.rrlioou and live
n'cliH'k III the ntteriMMin, at the front I
door of the Itli h Hill Hank, In tlie I
r- t . . I ' l.-l. 1 1 1 1 1 Slt. HI, 1
F. .... I. ...(., ... .. ...1, I'll.'
sourl, priHivd to sell the nald lve
ilewrlls'd reisl estate, or no iniieh
thereof an may ls ri-cesnry, nt put
lie vendue to the hlchest bidder for
cash, for the purpose of natlsfytng
said debt so seen nil ami the conts
and esiH-nsea of cxectit Inir nald trust
Jt)K T. SMITH.
Sheriff Bate county, acting
Notice Is hereby given that letters
tentuincutary upou the estate of
t'rsula A. Iittln, diiens.-il, have
been granted to tlie uiideralgtied, by
the Dates County Probate Court, In
Bates county, Missouri, U-arln
date the .'du day of August, l'KJ.1.
All jh rutins having claims against
said 1 -state are rtNulrel to eihlblt
them to me for allownnce wit bin one
year from the date of said k-tters, or
they may ls pn- lud.il from any
benefit of such estate; and If said
claims Is? not exhibited within two
yearn from tlie date of the niibllca
lion ot this notk-e. they will be for-
We desire to employ a trust wort hy
lady or ifeinleuutn ti luunnge our
biisinesn lu thin County nnd adjoin
ing territory. Our bouse Is well nnd
fJOOO Htralgtit llaali Mu,r
fciitt all Kipri.srs paid l,ilt
ek by cluvk dint-i from head
quarters. EsiK'iiavliinucy advanced;
previous eiperlencii iiurieceaaary:
).osltloii permanent. Ad.lnsa
TMoitaa J. Coofta. Miiimaer.
South and Soullicast
till September l".lh rilid October
""ill The Louisville. A Nuslnllie
It. It. u ill u..n ir...,...i 'i i.. ' i 1. ... .
from St. I.oiiim, l.vnnslle, Lmtls-
me nun 1111 11)111111 in I he fi.lbiw Iny
points at the lowest rates cver
liamed. Tltkrts will be ..od e-
lltriilnir f..H I. ....(. ...... . ii . .1..
......... .... iiiviii i-kiii' orilH
from date of sale, and stopovers u 111
te iiTiiiltted on going trip at points
south of Kentm Lv.'l'. Ii ii(m aim uf f 1 lis
From St. touts to
New Orleans, f 12.no Atlanta, Ibt.lK)
Mobile, !2.tK) Motilgomer.v,l2.
Birmingham, $12.00 IVn.Haeohi, if ! I.rs
(torn Chicago to
New Orlenns.aifS.O') Atlanta. $l',.ntl
Mobile. Ilil.oti Montgomery, $10. CO
Birmingham, ftj.tm JVusncolit 1V0
rrom Louisville to
New Orleans, fU.OO Atlanta, f 11.00
Mobile, $U.OO Monfgomery,$ll.OO
Birmingham, $11.00 lVnsncohi.lH.OO
from Cincinnati to
New Orleans, $14.00 Atlanta, 11.00
Mobile, $14. 00 Monti;omcrr.14.i0
From lvansI!Ic to
New Orleans, $I2.(C Atlanta, 911.ro
Mobile, $12.00 Moptiromcrv.SliVOO
Birmingham. $11.00 l'ensacola.$14 on
Itstrs t Intermedial poiDt to !
l'roportionately Jon- rates to
L T " vin-iiiin im hi r II W
Interinediatev points, $:!.! higher
than rate to Atlauta.
I nke advantage of these verv low
rates t make u trip tliroiili the
South to Invest li'.if.. it. ....... i..r., 1
fwnimn nnd iqiport unities.
1 line lames, folders, tuapn and de
scriptive literature relative to lands
km .....1 ...
.insulin biock mriiiiiig ftion the
Hue of the
LouiSYiils & Kashvilla R. R.
will In; wnt upon npplieatlon to
C. U Stovs-, ;eneral l'asst -nger
Ageut, lAJUlsville. Ky.
America n ;rentest Ve-klr.
Lnntcr llaliainS, . rtm,
Kam Stroi7 flsot, aa4
SSarn Appllanr UEnry
Thk Tol:ih Bi.akk Is now Install
ed lu Its new building with a mod
ern plant nnd equipment, and faclli
tie equal to nny publication U
twwn New- Vork and Chicago. It U
the only Weekly newspaper edited
expressly for every state and terri
tory. The New s of the orld so ar
ranged that busy people can more
easily comprehend, than by reading
curulsTsome columns of datlien. All
current topics mado plain lu each
Issue-by cchil editorial matter,
written from Inception down to
date. The only paper published es
isilally for ieopie who do or do not
rend ilally newspnpt rs;nndyet thlrt
tor plain fucts. That this kind of a
uewspajsr U popular, Is proven by
the bu t that the Weekly I'.Iado now
has over DUi.iM) yearly uhc ritsT.
and Is circulated In all parts of 'the
1. S. In addition to the liews.'the
Blade publishi-s tthort and t, rial
stories, ami many departments i
matter nulled to every memts-r of
tne family. Only one dollar 11 year
W rite for free sihtI men eopv. Ad
dress tiii: m.Aiu:,
Tin Wheel ot fcrtuna,
Devolves for nil nt some lime In their
carver. We have attractive pam
phlets thnt tell of opportunities fur
placing capital In the gas and oil
regions of Missouri. Kansas nnd In
dlan Territory, Write for th -m.cn
clisdiig two-cent slaiiip for postage.
tii:oit;i: MoisritN. a. i at. a..
M. K. & T. Il y,
Suite D, St. Louis. Mo.
WpecUl 11 00 ICsciirslon.
To Texas, Okbihouia, sad Iii.i;-t,
Territory points nnd iiitcrmcdj.iirs.
Sept. 15th. uj:ti. Good jjoing- till
Sept. to; And rrturniii!' till (i.-i
7th. .Stop allowed pomg br ,nd
l'leasanton ! T 1
s.-vovh nir.im ,
Agent i ruco Line.
Wabasii Route Home Visitors
10 POINTS IN
Ohio and Indiana, and Louisville, Ky.
30 DUS-Lcw Round Trip Pates Wi!llishElfac!,Gaod-30 DA.S
L nsnrpuaae.l tiers Ice . - Siuoot ti Truck I uM TIine,
Wiibusli trains run .lln-. tly throiith the Woil l'a l-'atr liromuls,
Ht. Louis, In full th-vy of nil the li.,-.;.a1ll . .nt ImiIIiIIis.
'J he only line Unit iih a II.
Ask your tl. set neiu for thkels over the V Ai s
For further Information write
Ii. H. .McCUXI.AN, . t! hHIKLliM,
We.len, IWei.m- AireiU. Tr:i e(.,K I'a .M'tiKrr At.
ri.t 9IHIU M,
1 ok mzi iukiv.iiwi
v .! X
FYca wsrt to plow fc&rl (rrea4,
Yctt want t5 lavs yenr horrss.
Ycu vast a key to do a nun's work
Yen vsrt to r'.ds yenr valklnj
tier, lister er harrcv,
TaVc ice ol Wtvt lv?M Iwt nil. Yea.
It U iiDirfltiid to (In lit wnrk ttf rtjr
milky -.w tin Hut tniiilifi, make ymr -(lis
U 1 mo sii ml it-r, anil cotn lb
ii mm h sulby.
MNi faClt iin v
Tfea Cof feyvills Imp.& Mf. Co
COD Mill IK, KANSAS.
tOt L T
Gcnch Bros., Rich Hill.
A Mndcrn rt.Uwmy Lln, TrsTerslna' tha
Stat, and T.-rr .lorlc. Ct
Ann a ms a
rex a a ao rtts
SOU 1H LAST
lUduim ratJr lu eftwt :i th fnu to
eiwirio-ii t.il it.. 1.. A.: ru.'e ct artl diruay
Syii u;j.-r K n.nrutCiei ot ftrl ijarvef.
1 itt.. il ir;as ai
llltll Hil l,, Ml S-lOt HI,
Kansas I i!y M.iil mid l'.s-
pri-ss f.-.V r. tn.
Texas. Oklahoma A Mem
phis. Mall and Kxprvon ti.'Ml p. 111.
Carbon tenter t ti p, in.
A Ull IV Is.
Kansas City M.tll ami l.'x-
I'n ss ...,ti p. m.
Texas, 1 ikt.-ihom.'t and Mem
phis, Mail and I'.jpn ss !-( n. In.
Cartioii t eim r -iO p. 111.
Dor detailed Information lu regard
to train service, fates, etc., apply to
D. T, Iji I'ai rii-n. hsal ngent, .r
.Ins. Doe.diue, A. i. D. A.. Kaunas
C H ! C A G O,
PRINCIPAL CITIES OP
OPCRATCO BY THC COMPANY.
Fit TY CtZNTC
Hi HI Men lli. kt IS oil t.ile vij l),a
Mo. r.i.iia H. tol.V.loiado. Utah.
; t olii 1 itui it 1
nit-l South I )al,o!.i, June 1st to Sent.
unit Idl. tlt. one fate
j J i;iS 5 Cil.t, I - n: u I tl "hi.