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rl acitwifli-t o tht act e CatsjteMla it
at Kith Hill, coed " '
Tlx Republic of Columbia
greedy and hence wnl get
The Republic, of Manama v. id see
that the Unitrd States is allowed to
build the isthmian canal.
Tom Johnson, of Ohio, is the
worst llanna-izcd man in all the
country. He is Mark-ed all over.
"There is nothing nob'e in being
superior to some other man. The
true nobility is in being superior to
your previous self."
Tom Johnson's circus was wreck
ed on Tuesday by a combination of
Hanna, Herrick, harmony, and
Ex-Lieut. Governor, John A
Lee has given in his testimony in
the Ferris boodle trial and makes
it pretty black for the wily senat
Probably the United States will
get the right of w ay to build the
Panama canal at the simple cost of
maintaining an independent govern
nient on the isthmus.
The astute Senator Gorman is fa-
miliar with the first rule of the po
litical erame in the South, "When
in doubt, cuss the nigger." Mil
The Farris grand jury stood
four for conviction and eight for
acquittal. Just about the propor
tion of the rank and file of the
party outside lha jury room.
Let Russia take Manchuria, Ja
pan Korea, and England France,
Germany; Austria, Italy and Spain
the ret of China. The tooner
the better for us and for China.
Mrs. Elvira C. Hendricks, widow
of late vice-president Thos. A.
Hendricks, died at her home in In
dianopolis. Nov 3rd. She was one
of the most influential women in
State, and greatly beloved by all
who knew her.
Earthquake shocks were distinctly
felt in the state of Missouri, Ar
kansas, Illinois. Illinois, Kentucky,
Indiana and Tennesee. on the fourth
of November. The sky scraper
buildings were severely shaken and
the occupants badly frightened.
The Jury that tried Senator
Frank II. Farris at Jtffersen City
last week failed to agree on a ver
dict. If he wanted to have been
convicted he ought to have been a
republican, then he might have got
fined at least, which would have
been better than no fight
Senator Cockrell may yet yield to
t1.e importunities of his diends and
consent to the use of his name as a
candidate for President. Whether
the honor be an empty one or nut,
there is no one in his party who de
serves it more than does Francis M.
Cockerel!, of Missouri.
Four men have been convicted
of naturalization frauds down at
f'.t. Ixrnis, in the United States
Court, with Pat Dyer and Bert
Nortoni as prosecuting attorneys
liach of the four were otlicers in a
tuanch ot the Jefferson Club. A
representative of this club was in
our city last campaign to organize
a branch here. What a narrow
escape some of our good Demo
ttatic friends nii.de by not join
Congress convened in exliaor
Oiuary scsbion Monday morning,
and i-roceeded at once to elect
1 Jon. Joseph G. Cannon, of !!li
uois, speaker of the House of Re
nirtenuiivts. by the unanimous
vote of all the Republicans. Mr
Williams, of Mississippi, is the
1 Jcr ot the minority. Thus the
l adiikhip (f (he two great parlies
t (.imuui Ui plaits they belong
i.e git-si wrtl I f the Kepubli
ans, and the auiid south for
I t win rst.
Tho socialist vote Ji ll off in
sections v,!r it was greatest two
years spj ami increased in some
tecticriS where it ws scalier and
in some point9 where llure were
co vote lome were cast, to that
upon the whole there was an in
crease of the social vote. Hut it
is not such an increase 9 will
give tho existing political condi
tions much concern.
There ire probably two or three
hundred persons out of a popula
tion of over 80,000,000, who are
in some way cr other suspected of
being connected with unlawful
practices in the offices of govern
ment. This number, out of over
probably aoo;ooo officials, or about
one-tenth of one per cent of gov
ernment officials. That is possi
bly one in a hundred.
Platform f Bieu's Leagu for
It seems there is an organization
in ureat Britain Known as me
"Male Electors League for Wc
man Suffrage." Their platform
contains the" following reasons for
1. Because women equally
with men are subject to laws.
3. Because, being themselves
one half of humanity, women are
concerned as deeply as men in the
legislation that affects humanity.
3. Because, therefore, the opin
ion of women as expressed by their,
vots would be of the highest ser
vice to the whole commonwealth.
4. Because the denial of this
equal legislative right to women is
the refusal 6f justice to half the
human race, and a detriment to
the whole. '
5. Because under a system of
partially "representative govern
ment the interests and the lives of
the unrepresented always suffer.
6. Because experience has
proved that men alone are as unfit
to legislate for women, as women
alone would be unfit to legislate
7. Because while "taxation
without representation is tyranny"
legislation without representation
is yet greater tyranny.
8. Because by the legal recog
nition and establishment ot wo
men's citizepship the intellect and
character and reciprocal estimation
of both sexes would 'be raised.
o. Because the help of politi
cally enfranchised women is indis-
penseble for the upbuilding of the
higher humanity that is to be.
10. Because 'The Woman s
cause is Man's ; they rise or sink
together, dwarf d or godlike, bond
or free. ' "
Election results form the main
subject of discussion among the
Washington politicians and both
sides claim victories, although the re
publicans have by far the greater
cause for rejoicing. The grand vic
tory of the party in Ohio assures
Senator Hanna's re-election to the
United States Senate, annihilates
Tom Johmoifs political f 01 tune's,
and designates Ohio as a republican
stronghold in the presidential battle
next fall. In fact the one comment
which Pieaident Roosevelt made on
the election ictuins was that be was
delighted with Senator Hanna's
splendid success. Tammany's vic
tory in New Yotk has little national
significance and is mote than offset
by republican victories "up the
state." Tammany succeeded in
drawing patty lines in the municipal
campaign, and of courte the dc mo-
crats won. New York City always
goes democratic; in the lat preti
dential campaign it was overwhelm
ingly for Bryan, but ths rot of the
ktate saved Nrw York to the repub
lican party, and it will no doubt do
so next fall, especially after the
New Yorkers have another sample
of Tammany's rule. The demo
crats have allied themselves with
Tammany and although they gained
a moment 11 y victory, they are sure
to suiter lor 11 111 uie end. 1 lie
entire press of New York wit
againtt Tammauy, except Heartt's
papers, which now print autograph
letters from the tuccetkful candidate
thanking the papers for their sup
port in the campitign. Heit will
110 doubt call upon (hem to rccipro
cate, when his loom for the presi
dential nomination is well started,
and if the Tammany victory mean
Heaikl's nomination by the demo
crata, the irnul'iicans may be glad
that Tammany won. The greatest
victory ot the drmocrat was in
Maryland and Gorman no doubt be
lieve he is writ on the road to the
White Houe. His chances for the
democratic nomination arc increas-
rJ, tin J at Jv'i'iuvii auJ Qlncy iokt
thi-ir Males and Hill bus nothing to
(in with the Nnv Voik campaign,
tlie chance tor the nomination next
summer seem to reft upon (ioiman,
"the savior from nrgro domina
tion, " and Hrarst the champion
of the Uboting man. Bryan has tie
dared he would oppose Gorman,
and Pic idcnt Roosevelt Is regarded
as the true friend of laboi, so the
republicans have little to fear from
either candidate. The one came of
apprehension among republican
was that Tom Johnson's whiilwind
campaign might indues the people
of Ohio to send Clarke to the Sen
ate instead of Scnaior Hanna, but
the results ot the ballots show that
such fears were an injustice to the
people of the state. Many thous
ands who attended Tom Johnson's
free circus forgot him when they ar
rived at the poll.
There have been frequent coher
ences at the State Department to de
cide upon the attitude which this
government should take toward the
small state ot Panama which has
just declared its independence of
Columbia. All political parties at
the isthmus are united in an effort
to separate from the Bogota govern
ment which so far neglected Pana
ma's interests as to reject the canal
treaty proposed to it by the United
Slates, The Columbian troops in
Panama favor the revolution and
the government generals have been
imprisoned in the name of the ''Re
public of Panama." The possioil-
itvofsucha revolution had been
discussed for tome time as it was re
cognized that the isthmus was ge
ographically separate from Colum
bia, and the divergent interets of
the two states were greatly accentu
ated by the obstruction of the canal
negotiations on the part of the cen
tral government at Bogota. Amer
ican warships aie being hurried to
the scene of trouble in order to pro-
tect American interests and keep an
open transit to the isthmus. Our
government, of course will re-nain
neutral, but it Panama succeeds in
establishing her independence, there
is no good reason why the canal ne
gotiations could not be carried on
with her direct. The American
public will doubtless side with Pa
nama, but our officials rightly feel
that the government mubt not in any
way encourage strife among South
A m erican countries. however
much it might be to our apparent
Congress convenes here next
Monday. The special purpose of
the extra session is the passage of a
joint resolution to make effective the
Cuban reciprocity treaty, but any
other legisration may be taken up.
As this is the beginning of a new
Congress the House will have to
elect new officers. The party cau
cases for the nomination of these
officers will be held Saturday. The
republicans will elect a presiding
officer of the caucus to succeed Mr.
Cannon, of Illinois who will be
nominated tor speaker. General
Grosvenor of Ohio is the most like
ly candidate. Representative Hay
of Virginia will preside over the
democratic caucus, where there will
be a content for the nomination for
speaker which carries with it the
rl oor leadership. Repreientative
Williams of Miiippi will proba
bly be chosen. 'Complimentary"
nominations ior the other officers of
the House, all ol whom will be re
publicans, will be made by the dem
ocrats. Senator Frye of Maine will
continue pretidrnt pro tern of the
Senate and Gorman will lead the
democrats. Now the campaign Is
over members of both Houses are
huirving to V ashington, and in a
short time the Fifiy-eigUh Congress
will be in working order.
The Treasury abatement ior the
tirst four month of the fical year
thows that while last year for the
same period there was a surplus of
about t iS. 500,000. this year the sur
plus is practically eliminated, the
feceipta and expenditures being al
mott rjusL The decrease in receipts
it whotly in the customs and amount
to about $S,ooo,ooo lets than forihe
same lime jt year. Tne increase
in expenditures falls in various de
partment, much of it being in the
navy and in the appropriation of
$5,000,000 in aid of the St. Louis
txpotiiiou. The falling off in cut-
t jin recipts was largely in the su
gar and steel schedules- The antic
ipated pasae of the Cuban recipro
city treaty accounts lor tlie decline in
the iinpoi tat ion of kugar. There
has aUo been ft great falling off in
the impoitation of aitu.lt ot luxury
Internal revenue receipts are slight
Iv JaiL'er than Ut year, and the
tales of public land, the returns of
which go 10 the irri.iiiou fund, have
been very laige. This report will
duubtlckt strengthrn Cougrcts in its
determination to insist iipott greater
THE SIMHY SCHOOL liSSO'J.
i,khi vii Nov. iv 11. r. 101:1.
1 win's Turn r 1 n linn.
I.lhniry ri-fi-renccs. Crvcnum's
HniiilliiMik of IUlil Mnuiicr 11 ml
Customs, 2'1, 'J-"'1; H heilou's Com
mentary, Vol, V t. T. scries; t'Livk'n
Commentary," vol. lit; Jmulcsou,
FniiMM'U nml tleown, .
a-kou li-it. lVmlin !M.
(American Revised Version.)
1. Jehovah Is my htthird: I shall
not want, 'i I to nmketli nut to lu
low u In (fii'ii piintmvs; lie Icmlctli
mo IkkIiI" m ill water. .'1 lie rest or-
cth my ami); lt Kiildctri me tit the
put ha of rlut"HiHiu'ts fur )iin uiimo'a
itnke. 4 i'Hllio'1 walk tlm valley
ot tlt HimdnMf of death, 1 will feii'r
no evil: tor than art' with him; 'i !ivv
rod and thy atuff, tliry comfort im
i lion tnvpiirrHt a tahlo lofntv nu'
lu ttiepiviM'tirn ot ihIihmmiimuIoh: Thou
liiwt nnolntixl my head with oil; my
cup runneth oxer. 7 .surely koo1-
tiee ami lovlTitf kindlier xtiall toilow
UK' nil the ilitva of 111 v life: ami I
ftinll dwell In the house ol Jehovah
Tub NKOATirK ok a hoi t.'s mkih
tatiox. 'Tl t rue n notable victory
had been won. Yet I tauey the noM
h'ra rvt units trotu . tlw.' tield and
aneiikod tli;ir wivy Into tlu city o
Mahauaiai In tlio provtnev of (Sad.
Tlw tutoxlttiou of the ttwurrwtlon
hntl worn orT,-the relaiatum was ut
on tla-m. TU' klux wna nt homo In
his court lu tula city on the fast Hide
of Jordan. ltowtrikiii the cluster
tf nieniorSal event, that wrrv eum-t-
sl here. Jacob ot old strove with
nu angel; here Abner eHtalillnhtsI lh,
lUwheth; Uwv Dnvid uttortsl hla fa
moua lanientatlon; "U my son Alma
loiu; would tsl I had died for thee,
O AbBaloui, ' my aon, my aon"! Jler
the old king1 tiud u tliouuvniI loyal
aubjecta lind taken n-fug What a
lay It had beon. Auxlety had lus-u
the monarch of that day. I imagine
the house wn surrouuilii y tUo
faithful, n a. bodyffuartl. They too
were wearied by the carea of the
day, were now nU.vyiii;. Iu the
court Hltil the old Kin;;. HU mind
active, I n 'dtvp mislitatlon. The
year were .vaaNiutf lu panoramic
prodiwlon. In it-rtect order, like tt
regiment of Boldiersmnrchins In bat
tle Hrrny. 4-ue wxnicw 01 ma lieiuie-
hem how tender and sweet. Always
will be pleaivint to thluk over. The
neighboring hill where he led his
locas, where be s ew the savage ,
beanta whlclt forced ly huiiffer to at
tempt an attack on his huntwt. An
nolnted ns King nt the old family
feast. The days of outlawry wIh-ii
constantly pvimued by Saul. The re
quest for a flrlnk from the old well
at B.-thleliem and the valorous feat j
by which It wnsobtalrusl. Then the
fateful contest on liillioa, tho mw
sion to the throne of Ureal. Tin)
last sad, yea, Utter exjierleiiee, his
own son a rrU-L Tlu ol.l. Klny;
speaks In sott euphoiilus tout-.' "The
Lord Is my slieplM-rd;" llow true
when meeting Goliath when huuttsl
by .Saul. So tiud led him; his provi
dence watches over I1I111. So theeter
nul God enters iuto a holy folio whlp
with men. I lie your shepherd? "I
shall not whnt" This Is a loslVnl
conclusion, espevhilly when you con.
slder that Jehovah Is your nhepherd.
The sliver Is hi; the Kold U his;
the cattle ou a thouitand hill. He
has all they need. He alone sus
talus them,- lu old aj;i, tipprewn-d
by ft-eblt'ues. No lack is touud to
them who Ih-Ioiij; to his flock. The
wicked arv tjic victims of want, the
righteous never lack. Then he re
member the way h k-d his flock
"Maketh liio to lie do u in (fnt-u
pastures." f'.uclowurv where they
could teed 111 comfort., Where loud
was provided. "He lemletli mo 1
stde the still waters." The rent giv
tnjt waters. , Not u "rip ling cur
uent" but still, liidu-ulltitf depth.
Whnt a hv.-r tiixl I. always pro
VldiliK surprlw-s. lien; t-oimn one II
ten: "He rvtttoivtli my soul." Urines
anlu my youth time, this means a
restoration td power. As a ahet-p
that has wnmlt-rvd lie brluus It lia. k.
A sheep cuhliot protect ItM-lf hence
tiivil the c lu'iiht id. tan you or 1
prott?t:t ojrt:lves or iiiual we tlepeitd
ou the Jehovah tif Iiavld? He-will
preserve trie in In-all h. "HeleadetU
me In the putlis of rihtcitiniies for
his Haines sake," He gies I fort!
me, leads 1110 out tor his names nlo-
ry aud bonnr. How often had la-
Id 1 how-u tls- tjlciutuiit patiis for his
do k, lutaiikoi he loved hi sheep.
1 he Almighty leads us int aunt-lie
loves us. Tlieu t!m ni;'-d K Ilia's
mi inl traveled over iiKitlu the pUi of
bis personal rxperlence, Jehovah
laid been his ' At-fender. "yea." It Is
also tme,"Tho 1 walk the valley of
the shallow of death." Through tlie
dreary w ay fts a wanderer, no near
to death, that lie nt one Unit) ex.
claimed theru Is but. "A step ts-t ween
me and death." The deep mountain
gorges and tastiii-MM-s where he let
sheep, whers he piMwd In his flight
from the jealous haul. Always oil
tlie qui vlve for the enemy that he
uilhl uit lisi-aui;ht uuawareM.
'ihe haaard I10111 xntiiu" Ix-nxts
w lew lulm he found 111 the caves of
Adullau. Where the traveller inlht
know the f. net! of Jobs word: "Iks
fore 1 ko wl;u-'e I aliall not n-liiru
even to tl 1) laud of darkntiHi, aiitl
the shadow tf death;" hnrt-ly the
exis-rlelice of tlie hint few days while
Abouloiu's liiBiirnt tlon vtas at Its
hclnlit. He had paM-d through tlie
Vultey of ileal li so truly titat Its khud
ow hunt; ovi r iili.i an a pull ( tlark
liens. '1 will fear no evil: for t hou
art nltli uie" Jehovah was Ids
shepherd W hy should he f-ar. hen
liod 111 the providential di'iia-iits of
every life, lu the scriptures, aiiddiep
In the nnv-. tit every heart you
LO thut Oyd is vdlb you. "Thy rod
nml thy atnff they comfort ihk." I'y
tho at aft !i. protstei hi flm k. lie
Ix-at the umleerinvth to tlrive out
iikef ami other reptile. It wan
the eiuMeiii ot tin- Hhphtrd7i tillU.
Now (Jo. I Mil (1,1 Kheph.Mit. thf
atari of Jilvlue f rem: t h. I he tllvluo
Koveriiiiieiit whof power h win
now n'l!.lii In the pnent. ndlle.
II nlwiiyn brtnu comfort tn the
olxillent aoiil, ao ahailUod c.mifort
I'-nch aoul. Now cornea tin chniiire lu
tht pleture, the evldemo of Ood'a en
teem for lavld wnlfinlii; appar
ent. "Thou irepant a table- In-fore
mo In the ptvNoni-o of mine eni'inlt-a"
Seo hi 111 rtHH-lved M thv RUetit of
the Aliulffvty. Ilunttrd by men, hon
ored ot (Sod, cuiwtl tiy men. b'eKed
of Hod; ridiculed by im n, exaltisl by
Jehovah; eoorned ty men, annolntts!
with Iweet it rfunie by tin PtiWof
tho world. ()ho- broad U Christ
ianity .that cms pr iire a tabl
fore hi rnemleauutlU they shall hon
or nnd reaitevt him. Then come a
burnt of tron confidence; "Surely
goiHlmii mih mercy Khnll follow me
nil my daya", Ueorpp Keith sang
from ft full heart thewc word: -
"len down to old ngo U1 my jhh
plo ahall prove
My sovereign, ete-rnnl unchnngoft
And when hoary hairs Khali their
Like laiiili they ahall still fn my
Ihmoim m tnirne.
'And 1 ahull dwell lu the hout of
Iord forever". Kind reader what a
truth and promt?. Will you not
make your houao, tlie hoinw of the
Iord forwer. Here you may plnee
your trunt nnd never Ikj treacherou-
ly denR with. For (od Is the name
yestentay, today nnd forever.
Al.l-HA Ali-uaki h.
It KMpt th rt Warn mm Dry,
Auk to-day far Allen' Foot-Enm, n
i powder. It emv t'hlllilain, Kwol-
k-n, sweating:, rv, Aching. Ilanip
fe't. At nil drugglta nnd shoe
Va folks tn town nne delighted to
wee dry weather for a tew day, lie-
cause some of nor sidewalks are In
need of repairs.
Why did you not eomc auct hear
,n(? nnJ B e do,nR botu.r
now, lie does not hold meeting as
lontf as he oniv'dld. ...
We had quite an explosion. Mon
day morulas nt tin New Home cool
; shaft. Injuring five nieu; one fatally
U u thought We are sorry to hear
of any one getting hurt tn tho mine,
and so short a time It has Isto In
. Win KlMslek. brotlH-r to J. W.
KlsdUk. Is here from California cm
vUlt. J. W. had not srvn htm for 1!)
year. He brought three hores for
the tranwft-t business tn Kansas (Ity
and will take them there soon. 1
did not have nint h of a talk with
Mr. Klsxk-k, but he has a Rood ap
pearance, and we are sorry to say
he Is a bachelor.
I am told that the bridge west ot
II. W. ScljT Is ready now for tlie
grading of the approaches. I think
the mall carrier will smile every time
he comes to that bridge this w inter.
Utile Hrrodott Is going to Illinois.
Miss Klxle has a solid fellow now,
Allwrt Kills sorter wrecked his
buggy the other night and had to go
to see hie girl afoot Sunday. He
w ill have It all O.K. by next .Sunday,
I saw Will Hw nn In town the oth
I see I.onuto Kills hauling corn.
(us Hill Is alright again,
WT Iladgt-tt ' w-aa out amongt
Commencing Novem1sr Int. thro
dally nice plngcar servlre. Kauaas
t'lly tti Jacksonville. Florida, via
.Memphis, Ittrmlughaiii and Atlanta,
will.lwt luauguratetl by tho Frisco
Hysteiu and will be continued
throughout the w later months.
ITieHoiith eastern Limited train
leaves Kamtas City at O:.'i0 p. in
dully, making tlie run to Jacksou
vlllc In .Vt hours.
In ndditlou to through sleeper to
Jacksonville this I ruin carries eU-
gunt chair crs ami (ilmerrntlon
Cufe car, ts-rated by Kred Harvey
No other Hue offers stub, superb
' l-'or further Information write or
uddrvtts J. C. Istvuiex
Ass't Ueii'l i'asji'r.Agent,
11 Kaimas City, Mo.
Sue,vfiilly hsh I tiy Mother Urny,
nurw lu the Children's Home In New
York, Cunt KevrrUhnesM, Had Moin
at h. Tit thlng Hlstirdem, move and
n-gulate the llowels and Hetitroy
Worme. Over JlO.doa testimonials.
Tiikv kkvkn rn.. At all druggists,
'.. Ha m p le KHKK. Address Alleu
H. OlnisU-d, Ije Hoy, N. y.
Texas, Ckiahsnia, Indian Ty.
Ikmua Maw s Varr Lw Slaiaa
20 Ctitcajro f Ifl Msnnlbsl
IAbt.Luls fiaKsiiBssl Ity
rroswrlua! KstM (raai Istarata
Slsta rlla. lb! a'ar. SI.
mi i twii, sxm 1 a.
Miaaoum, kansai tixa
l . V
Sak MaarM t . S(ut
Or writs A. V. MIM-.tt,
T. I. A licUalia, Ma.
WONTANAS SHE El FLOCK.
Illgsttallona That lift? to Olvt au
Mra ( the Bits of It.
Tim atnta of Montana in the
wool senson jnal rlnr-iv produced,
Recording to t!i i-atlmato pr-pim-d
by adito' (Vil lain, S7,.M10,(H)0
pounds of Wool from tho barks of
12,B00,0OO nbeep. I'or thla wool
cnalern bu.rera pnbl 0,OtMI,000, an
aver ng" of 16 Cents a pOuuda, says
the New York Hun.
Few iHonle haveanrroncentlon
of what Is infant when it 1m ssald t
that then aro 12,500,000 s!it-ep
within 1h limits of tho atatci
There la not a alnglo atale east of
the Mlsalssjpp) in which this gi
gantic flock conid" grnse.
If the 12,r.0O,nOd Lct p of. Hon-
tana were la march nose to tall,
crowding each other, they would
make a.Ihiq dQ,Q00 jnileii long, or
nearly halfway around the earth.
This) line, in single file, would bo
about ISO days in passing a giren
point. ,- "
These sheep are worth f 10,000,-
000 as they walk the range, and
their flesh would bring 250,000,-
000 for food, . Their mutton would
feed one man 2,o00,000 years, or if
1,250 people had started to con
sume it at the time of the birth of
Christ they would have some left.
The mutton would feed 2,500,-
000 people on meat for a year, or,
allowing. the average percentage
of mutton to each family, It would
more than supply this- nation a
The wool .yielded by this flock
of sheep would make 13,000,000
suits of men's clothes. Made in
cloth of ordinary texture It would
form a band a quarter of a mile
wide and more than long enough
to be wound about the earth at
the equator. It would make a
carpet on which an army might
Haled this wool would fill 3,780
freight cars, or a tram nearly 40
miles long; The United states navy
could cot transport it and an army
of 50,000 men might f ght behind
its bales and be safe from the or
dinary small arm.
The shrAp of Montana, if herded
shoulder to shoulder one deep.
would male a front 8,000 miles
long. Herded in loose formation,
allowing -room to move rapidly,
they would cover -an area of eight
Allowing to breed In a favor
able climate these sheep would be
come 50,000,000 in the course of a
year, or ,7O700,0O0,0(lO at the
end of .1n.?ears. Hut man eats
many of .UiriuLannuaJly and dia
ease aad Uixaards carry off many
more. It Is estimated that 3,000,
0n) Montana sheep perished in
side of four days in a bliit.ird
which swept the northwest last
TO UTILIZE MINT.
Medietas! VsJas el risut Wall Xaewa
Ajnoag the AaUacts.
In fields and wastepiaces.Inold-
faahioued gardens and along the
banks of'Svinding at renins, the
mint faraljy rise, clean, erect, pun
gent and;odorous, says the I'hil
adtlphia ftecord. Every member
carries a little medicine chest
tucked in i(s green leaves.
1 luring hot weather, especially,
the tlierapeutic value of the mint
ran soarecly W overestimated.
HpeartiiintfOr its cousin, German
tiIH,rmlot, bound across the fore
head w III give relief in violent
Trepan-d In a tea, with half wa
ter And liHlf wine, a cupful taken
dally wlllYrinoTe bad breath, if it
comes from a disordered stomach;
while eiseoco of mint, mixed with
rreara ami, sngnr or crcme de
iiienthf--the Trent h preparation
of pt'pporrujnt-r-with plenty of
cracked i i affords relief for the
pain of lassitude catmed by the ex
resahe heitt or fatigue, lu colic
and summer complaints, also, this
preparation proves a soothing
and invigorating assistant.
In tint manufacture of creme de
menthe at least five distillations
are net vssury. This Is an ancient
liquor, dating bark to the early
ages, where it whs used by the an
cients for iiH-diciiial purposes und
as a stimulant. The menthol sold
tn the Japanese and Chinese stores
is also a preparation of i?pix'r-
mint used, for centuries by the
Chinese, t. . '
Old Ctsam Ifljlnt,
At Fa rme colliery, Itutherglen,
near Glusgnw, therv is still at
work a stationary steam engine
yhkh wa built in 18r'J, and has
work-d -rntjnuously up to the
msstnt tlue., ...
Ke vised tAt of tipeclal Fares.
Vis'ih'' Kiico line t On first
snd th'u J YVcsilays la each niinth
b!f Novemf-ir," "
Ons way" at half fare plus $j.oo,
to li t&tii'." ""
l!oni ttVkr'Noi!(I, WfU tnJ
oulh. oniliniYlus ij.oo.
South L-a'ifti:i.iiS fjr.
rciiurcc puis, icirss, bsciSsIic
r Toa want ts plow fcsrd rrciti.
You srsnt t ssvs your bcrsts,
' Yea vstt ft koy to ds a nsa's wrk
Yoa want ts rids year wslilaf
elow. Uitsr er harrow,
Tile tzt f Re Jt .!!:bfnft B:m rft T.
!( la BtiBti-ra lt An hm S
..ik. ..I... in. sf kt. Bik r" th
in Blow r tirnlier, c.' lM Iksa
kali out aulkr.
T3 Ccffsn!!!3 !mp.&,Ff7. C3
MaanMoa tO BALB BV
Gcnch Bros., Rich Hill.
We desire to employ a trustworthy
lady or gentleman to manajre our
biiHinetts In this t'ounty and adjoin
ing terriiory. Our house Is well and
920.00 Straight Cash Salary
and all Espttsra paid I -AC a
Week tiy check -direct from head
quarters. r..nse money aovaneeo;
previous exs-rienee unDccsary;
pofitlon permammt. Address
Thomas J. ("ooitb. Mnnajrer,
luW Caston llullillng, Ois ago, Ii.U
Special Colonist rates to Cali
fornia and the northwest, tickets
on sale via Ihe M. O. P. Ry.Sept.
k to Nov. 10, 51.00 San r ran-
cisco. Los Angelos and intcrme.
diate points, j6.oo to Portland,
Tacoma and other coast points,
$23.50 to Spokane and interme
WA NT Kl A TRU8TWOKT H Y
tn-ntlt-man or lady In each county to
innnngt tmslness for an old estate
lishett house of solid financial stand
Inc. A strnliiht, bona ti le weekly
salary ot fl.00 paid by check each
Monday with all expenses direct
frtnu liendiioarters. Money advance
el for expeuw-s. Knclowe addrwusrd
enveJopt. fJnhager, .t5U I'axton
Ul.lg:., Chicago. u:i
IS THC BCT
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Kansas (Ity Mali and Ks-
press 6:43 a.m.
Texas, (iklahoma A Mem
phis, ilnll uinl Kxprens O.Sl p. ni.
Carbon Center... 4 13 p. nt
A inn vis,
Kansas City Mall and Kx-
l,r :L:.p, m.
Texas. Ok lahomnn ml Mem-
phis, Mail a ml Impress U'sla. in.
Carbon tVn.er i:Wp. in.
For detailed Itifuriiiatloii In rt-Karl
to train service, rates, etc., apply to
V.. T. Ijiltaris-re, bsnl iip-nt. or
Jns. H-iiiohue A. il. 1. A.. Kausss
llow to Make Money.
Agents of either set should ttvd.ir
"ilieMnrsh Mnnudtt turin t'o., .V;-i
iJike Street. I liUajfo. for t ula mid
particulars of their handsome. Alum
liiinil I nt.l I iist. Vt IIli vour iiHiiMtriu
Kravtxt on It iiii.l iiii...r ..ni, i.aii',.ii.
ini.' or H'lsliK Ma I'tirtla. KvcrjInMlV
orders Hit in. Naiunle t mi l I l
Citltla, poBtpnl.t, 4m. 1 his ('use nil J
liSII'iirds rt tall nt ,vl,i. u
j haw only o ah'tw sample Insecure
'unorder. vn. iiv tit once tor n
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