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JHO. P. HUCKI'UT
NANNIE R. HUCKHnT
RICH HILL -
There In popular OI!nit of the
rroi)sliiin to monkey wlih the prune
President Ptlllman sMd any banker
la likely to itmkt an error, Aunt Caa
ale Ct.sdwlck aurees.
Ifa an ill wind that blows good to
rohody. Tin ':lan-putin" wan will
have plenty lo do for a while In Rus
sia. An Encllsh clergyman says that
meat makes man Immoral. Thia may
rvplnin why be trust in boosting the
Sir Henry Irving' son is to play In
"Hamlet." May be never bo troubled
by the apparition of hia father's
It la fortunate for the Oberlin rtn
del ts. perhaps, that Mrs. Chadwtck
didn't sijm Russell Sage's name tc
A Pittsburg teacher notes that col
lege professor are paid less than
many cooks. Well, perhaps the cooks
are really eipert.
Watches are now made only an
eighth of an inch thick. Tour pocket
book looks thin. too. after jon hart
paid for one of them.
A leading critic nays: Tew of the
poets are" now working at their trade."
How does he know, since the real
poets are always dead?
New York's glided youths hare call
Ing cards for their dogs. Thus a host
ess knows at once which to address
when they are ushered in.
Pennypacker of Pennsylvania says
he believes the devil is an editor. Thit
shows that a very small reason may
sometimes totter on its throne.
New York dealers ia automobiles
report the sale of over flO.OOO.OOO
worth of their machines In the last
two weeks. The gasoline age ia upon
J. Plerport Moirsn has bought
King Leopold's Interest In a Chinese
railroad. It is pretty safe to say that
Leopold didn't soak anybody on the
It Is found that Mrs. Chadwick'a as
sets amount to about $100,000. Fool
ish woman. Think of the fun she
might have had with that much
The fact that a silver dollar of the
rintare of 1S04 recently brought $1,100
In Chicago will bring tears to the eyes
of the maa who last blew it In at Its
When a woman falls In love you
can't make her believe all men are
alike, and when she has be?n married
ten years yon can't make her believe
that they are not.
This "epidiascope" that makes s
ladybug look as big as a bat may make
the feminine bathing suit look as bis
as a handkerchief. But the machine
looks like a cook stove.
A California professor has Invented
a logic machine, which oa being fed
with major and minor premises gives
the correct conclusion. Congress
would have no use for it.
A Chicago man Is supporting hit
nineteen children and their mother on
an Income of $9 a week. When it
comes to expert Cnanceerlng there it
something worthy of atudy.
A good deal of fun Is made of the fe
male bargain hunters, but It Is just
this class which saves many a man
from misery by making the ends meet
and a little more. Manchester Mirror
There Is a man In Brooklyn who
has a gold brick worth real money
There are such gold, bricks, but they
are about as rsre as the conscience
that will not let Its owner dodge till
A Cleveland editor advertises the
loss of a diamond acarfpin aad dia
mond watch charm. Aa editor are
supposed to live the simple life, the
question is. Where did he get those
A gtrl In Tampa was wooed and won
by mail, but she barked out when the
would be brldi groom railed. It is a
sad fact that a good many men tnakt
their best apiearance through the
This story that Hetty Green has a
doughnut for ber lunch every day
should te disci edited. Probably some
enemy is trying to spread the notion
that ahe is leading a life of reckless
Thousands of children in New York
have no breakfast at home before
leaving for school. It was a wise mis
Klonary who said he could not convert
a hungry man, and we listen to bee'
a teacher apply his words to another
According to census bureau statistic
telephone liners In the United State
.limited "Hello, Ct ntra!!" e.(f70.5S4,&C3
times lart year. The census bureau
baa failed to gather statistics showing
how many times centra! replied: "Tot
2to ia butyl".
GOLD IN SOUTH
SINE STATES COVERED WITH A
COAT Or SLEET.
STREETS ARE FULL CF WIRES
Telephone and Telegraph Service Crip
pled Th Worat Storm th
South Maa Seen Fop
LOUISVILLE. KY. Telephone and
telegraph service over a wide area of
:he South was almost completely crip
pled by heavy sleet. Railroad serv.
Ire also suffered, and In some towns
.he lighting and street car facilities
srere suspended. The tie-up was the
most complete In many years, and al
Ihcugh the telegraph companies and
railroads have large forces of men at
work it may be several days before
tormal conditions resume.
The storm, which covered with a
thick icy coat Kentucky, Tennessee,
Arkansas. Oklahoma. Indian Territory,
Mississippi, A'abama. Ixmlsiana and
Georgia, had prevailed Intermittently
Jor three days and the wires broke
inder the accumulated Ice.
PANAMA CANAL IN TEN YEARS.
At the Present Rate of Progress the
Work Will Be Finished in 1915.
WASHINGTON. Chief Engineer
Wallace of the Panama canal has sub
mitted to the state department a re
port. The most important statement
a this:. "If the next six months show
progress corresponding to that of
Jie paM six, It is the conviction of the
best engineers on the Isthmus that a
lea level canal ran be constructed In
ten years and be ready for large ves
sels by January 1, 1915."
Aimed at 150.000 Fee.
Stephens, of Texas, Introduced a reso
lution requesting the secretary of the
interior to make an examination of the
financial and fiscal affairs of the Choc
taw and Chickasaw nations of Indians
from June S. 189$, to ascertain the ex
penditures of money, to whom made
and upon what authority, for what
service and w hether valid or not. This
resolution Is aimed at the $750,000 at
torney fee allowed by the citizenship
Nantucket Sound Almost Closed.
BOSTON. The New England coast.
south of Cape Cod. Is tight In the rrasn
of oae of the most extensive Ice em
bargoes of recent winters. While in
Boston harbor the only Inconvenience
was caused by floating ice, south of
the cape conditions were far different,
Nantucket sound being almost com
pletely closed over, while Vineyard
sound was filled with Ice.
The Chicago Tunnel Scandal.
CHICAGO. Albert G. Wheeler.
president of the Illlnos tunnel com
pany: the ex-clty clerk. William Loef-
fler, and the assistant city clerk, Ed
ward Erhorn. were Indicted bv a craml
Jury on a charge of forgery In connec
tion with the franchise for the under
ground railroad system in this city.
Fir Loss of $400,000.
NEW YORK. The rountrr hoime of
Otto H. Kuhn of the banking firm of
Kunn. IXM-b & Co.. was deitrvi-i1 1-
fire near Morrlstown. N. J. Valuable
paintings and a rug which cost lloo,-
oou were burned. The loss is about
To Permit a Lexington Bridge to Build
WASHINGTON. The house naitfted
a bill Introduced by Representative
Hamlin authorising the Lexington Su
burban Km i i mad company to construct
bridge over the Missouri river be
tween 1-xlngton and Ray county.
Child Burned to Death.
SOl'TH McALESTER. I. T T, .
months old rhlld of 1,. n Ji.im.t .
trainman, was burned to death here.
The child a clothing Ignited and death
resulted before the flames eoiiM l,
Striker Kept Out of Warsaw.
BORNOV1CE, RI SSIA.-Strlker t..
the number of 15 0on. marched from
IX'nibrovo to this place and attemnted
to reach the Waraaw station, but Cos
sacks drove them back without ualu
Another Fleet Sails February J.
HT. PETER tillt' HO. The thlM W..
sisn Pacific aquadron will leave Llbau
doui renruary 14. lb delay In the
departure of the aquadron is due to
th placement of artillery.
Troubl in Venezuela.
WASHINGTON. DUpatche re
ceived from the I'nlted State minis-
ter in tarat-a. Mr. How en. give the
Venezuelan situation a very grave
A Noted Sculptor I Dtad.
PARIS. Ixwla Ernest Barrlas. the
Sculptor, is dead. He waa bora In
141. liarria was ou of the noted
Germany May Banish a Correspondent.
BERLIN. It I said In Journalistic
circles that the correspondent of the
Ixnidnn Iialiy Times In this city has
received a warning from the govern
ment that uule he stops sending ob
jectionable rejiort to his paper he
will be banished from Berlin.
Shawnee Claim 79,767 Population.
SHAWNEE. O. T. The acliool e-n.
UB lint Completed Show I'lumula.
tion of 20,767 lu this place, with about
(.000 children of school age. Of th
total au tuber SIC are negroes.
ALL. IS WELL IN PANAMA,
Governor Davis Says Health Condition
Reports Are "Cruelly Ksaggsratsd.
WAflHINOTON.-rWretary Taft re
ceived a report from Governor Davla of
the Panama canal sonn slating that re
ports of health condition on the iota
mus are "cruelly eincacrated." He
says that the total number of yellow
fever cases originated In the tone
since ths American assumed coutrol
is thirty-two, of which nine have ter
minated fatally and six are couvalee
ring. The report any there la no
plague, no typhoid fever, very little
dysentery, and that of the 4,000 canal
employe only 3 per cent are lu t'a
hospital, whervaa the ordinary army
hospital rate in the I' til led States Is
about 3) per rent.
PEACE RUMORS ARE HEARD.
Japanese Bond Advance With Nsws
Kuropatkln Had Narrow Eacap.
LONDON. Rumors of impending
peace strengthened Japanese bonds
and securities in the market here.
TOKIO, Jan. 31. The latest dls
patches from the front say that Ku
ropatkin narrowly escaped a great dis
aster In the fighting lat week. Thfc
right was unprotected in retiring after
the advance, and the change in the
Russian lines likely accounts for the
losses in battle. Not less than 1,200
Russian corpses were left on the field
since January 25.
"ONE FLAG" BY A SOUTHERNER,
A South Carolina Democrat Spoke at a
Michigan Republican Banquet.
BAY CITY. MICH. The odd spec
tacle of a Southern Democratic con
gressman attending the banquet of a
Northern Republican club wa pre
sented last night when the 400 guests
of the McKnlley club of Bay county
sat down to their annual feast. The
visitor was Congressman Legare of
South Carolina, who- responded elo
quently to the toast, "One Flag, One
American Plan Costa More.
WASHINGTON. Secretary Taft, In
speaking before the House committee
on the proposed tariff bill, said that
the expenses of the Philippine govern
ment were much greater under Ameri
can than Spanish rule. A considerable
portion of the revenue under Spain
was deriver from a poll tax, collected
alike on men, women and children. A
tariff also was imposed.
If Ohio Persecution Fail.
BOSTON. It Is stated on good au
thority that if the litigation against
Mrs. Chadwick should falj, owing to
the death of C. T. Beckwith. president
of the defunct Citizens' National bank
of Oberlin, O., proceedings against her
would be be immediately Instituted In
A Revolt In Argentina.
BCENOS AYRES. ARGENTINA.
An insurrection has broken out in thia
province. Several police posts have
been attacked by bands of about thirty
men each, but the assailants nearly
everywhere were repulsed. Two post
which were surprised were recaptured
by the police.
A Japanese Central Dead.
I.ONDON. General Matsumara, ac
cording to the Tokio correspondent of
the Ixindon Pally Telegraph, has died
at the front from congestion of the
brain. He commanded the operations
at 203-Meter hill and was decorated
and promoted for heroism.
Indian Chief to Washington.
I.AWTON. OK. Chief Quanab Par
ker of the Comanrhes. living near
Cache, fifteen miles from here. I pre
paring to take part In the Inaugura
tion parade of President Rooufvclt.
Parker Is a scholar and Is highly civ
ilized. Strike Movement in Poland.
ST. PETERS lit "RG. The strike
movement in Poland has spread lo the
governments of Warsaw, petrikail
Kalisx. Railom. Luhlin and RuvalkL
Mnrtlal law has been declared lo Ka
I'Si. lUdom and SU-dler.
A Panic In Czestochowa, Russia.
WARSAW.--Reports from Cxentorh
owa. Russian Poland, say that city Is
In a statB of panic. The Inhabitant
are ban leading their doors and win
dows In ronnequence of the attitude
of the strikers.
Fire Loss Wa $240,000.
BIRMINGHAM. ALA. The fir
which theratened at on time to de
stioy millions of dollars worh of prop
erty here was extinguished after It had
caused losses to the amount of $210 .
An Apache Dead at 105.
LAWTON. OK.-Henry I.oro. an
aged Indian of the Apache tribe, died
In the home of hia son on the mili
tary reservation. It is claimed that
th old Indian was 103 years old.
Negro Held for Murder.
VINITA. I. T. Charlea Williams,
the negro who shot and killed hi wife
Monday night In a hotel in this city,
has been csptured. He was lodged In
Coldest en Record in West Virginia.
EI.KINrt. W. VA Seventeen du
grees beluw zero was I ho tempera
lure here Friday, the lowest evcr
The main building of the Vnlver
slty at Buchanan. W. Va.. has burned
The long $50,til0.
The Rev. Adulph Heuner, paMor of
the Iilheraa church In Cleak Creek,
Mo., died Sunday, lit was ti year'
RUSSIANS RENEWING ATTACK ON
JAPS' LEFT WINOU
160 MOKE SOLDIERS ARE KILLED
Japan Are Not Returning th
Bombrdmnt -Charge Russians
With Mutilation of th
GENERAL OKU'8 HEADQUAR
TERM, The Russian forces oppoilte
tho Japanese left wing are showing
A Russian detachment attacked
Pekowtal but was drlveu back, leav
ing ICO dead.
A bombardment of the entire left
Considerable activity was manifest
ed opposite Shengtan and Letalyetan,
and It is believed the Russians are
preparing for another attack. They
fired, occasionally, salvos of artillery
and volleys of musketry.
The Japanese remain in their
trenches and do not answer the Rus
TAKES ISSUE WITH MR .MOODY.
Hansbrough Believes a Drawback on
Wheat Cannot Be Allowed.
WASHINGTON. The opinion of the
Attorney general, Mr. Moody, in which
he holds that Canadian wheat Im
ported and ground with American
wheat Is entitled to a drawback of 99
per cent of Its full value when ex
ported as flour, will go before Con
gress. Senator Hansbrough of South
Dakota, who contends that under the
law the proposed drawback car not be
allowed, offered an amendment to the
sundry civil bll providing that the sec
tion of the Dlngley law - imposing a
duty of twenty-five cent a bushel on
wheat shall not be construed to oper
ate with reference to foreign wheat
ground Into flour, notwithstanding the
opinion of the attorney general.
WOULD ENJOIN THE PAYMENT.
Petition to Prevent Granting Three-
Fourth Million Dollar Fe.
WASHINGTON. The controversy
over the payment of the fee of 1 mil
lion dollars, awarded Mansfield. Mr
Murray & Cornish, of South McAlester.
L T by the citizenship court of the
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, has
been taken to the court through a
petltiovj brought In the supreme court
of the District of Columbia by Richard
McLlsh and other citizens of the two
nations. They ask that an Injunction
be granted restraining the Secretary
of the Interior and the Secretary of
the Treasury from drawing an order
for the payment of the fee, and Ellis
Roberts. Treasurer of the I'nlted
States, from making the payment.
ONLY ONE A POLITICIAN.
Th New Men Who Are In the
WASHINGTON. Excepting only
Robert M. 1-aKoltette, the I'nlted
Statea senator chosen by the state
legislatures of this year are better
business men than orators. Knox of
Pennsylvania, for example, succeeds
Quay and Burkett of Nt-I, ranks follows
Dietrich. W. Murray Crane as a suc
cessor to the late Senator Hoar is the
nearest illustration of the tendency
to substitute business men for states
men of the older type in the upper
house of congress. But the same thing
is true of Nevada, where a banker of
Wiunemucca, George s. Dixon, has
been chosen to take the place of Sen
LEADERS HELD UP ALLOTMENTS.
Rank and File of Snake Indian Say
They Want Their Land.
Ml'SKOGKE, I. T. Indian Agent
Shoenfelt has discovered what ap
peared to be a plot on the part of the
leader of the Snake Indians In the
Choctaw and Chickasaw nation to
hold up allotment ronfUcatcs which
have been sent to the allottees and
return them to the interior depart
ment. This has evidently In-cn done
agaitiKt ths will of the allottees, as an
Investigation madw by the asent
vealed the fsct that ail of the Snake
Indians thus far en on the subject
Claim that they never received the rer
tlfirate and did not return them to
An Oregoman Dead In Panama.
PANAMA. Colonel Philip J. East
wick of Portland, Ore., is dead of yel
low fever. He waa 111 only a few days.
Colonel Eastwirk arrived only recent
ly on the isthmus. He was father of
the manager of the International bank
and well known on the Pacific coast.
To Command Ziegisr's Arctic Boat.
LONDON. V. 8. Champ, secretary
for William Zlrgler, ha engaged Cap
tain Kjeldensen to command the Arc
tic steamer Terra Nova on its ap
proaching voyage to the Par North.
The Terra Nova will said In May.
Th Oiag Land Lea Question.
WASHINGTON. The hearings be
fore the houe committee on Indian
affairs of thone Interested In that pro
vision of the bill dlvldlug the land and
truft funds of the Oxsge nation and
relating to the renewal of oil liases
In the 0age country, bate bet-u con
cluded. Campbell at Inauguration.
Campbell, of Kansas, bs been desig
nated aa member of th reception com
mute for the Inaugural ccretuuuiea.
A lady meeting her gardener In th
grotinda. said to him: "Handy, I am
surprised you do not marry. You fcav
a free hoime, coal and gaa, Uo a
weekly salary of ten dollars, so I think
all you want to complete your bappl
ness la a wife."
And to )nd weight to her ernu
men!, she. added: "Adam, who was
the first gardener, wa given a wife."
"True f'r ye, ma'am," replied Bandy,
"but he hadn't her long till he lost
hi Job," Tidbit.
A Will Dervd Tribute.
Tt trU!t mt lhOratl entt Snlh Wlurh1r
l.ai,,. AfH, l--, l!RVB. t ,,uu . tl lit r-l,
,,ui fr sprmiU'. rttifri kp"n t.V rittnpwr tt
!it rt nf SlDttM-il,- Alla'nsd bf an li.ai.a
tMiurer ul ma or miRnMUUii l ll, u!4.
A'iht-b a iri-al aunl-r of tt, wf-r lf l-
th r,o r Mituitf tuwrt lh nlj S of a
(.ran-! I'rve a in ll-a hf llpltig A,
j ! Mil M U (v'IO" "I! H'
I-, unfifanura-ra. ( fttl eomitrlaa. It iratiiptla a
h.4liprdihl af Villi aulx-Nuili wt In Iwalp r
rM. U"tttilit inn an,iniinill--n wrr ail itu-r mar.
ihaaurcaaa MTUlDfS lT Iba Wlnrhrslar l;ppaltna
Anna 1 1. al 11, la p--lil'-ii la i'nwll la t'aa wl-h r a
Kia-n r-Uil la O" !' ' lh" ran. r.ipaiUa.
V lnro-tiT anna anil minmtl' iwelT-il lltt
Trail-! erlt: ami wl,Mifar limy hav haaa liH'!-d
l:r hail1 a.aae a s-lico llif bUhal t.a!t..
trlin. Thia U':al r-i'-im:tl- B ann7l,r!iy la ihm
ravural piill of lUlnf yrar of c irr Til ana a,i,wa
il ra,a--r In rnalri ta.ln inar It tii.b ,uat!j "
V lot-htr-r rlSaa. aU'la-uita aii4 aiuunuiiltvu.
Likely to Escape Nctice.
Mill Million (of uncertain age)
The only thing that worries me ia the
wedding tour. It will tie perfectly hor
rible to have the people know
Miss Rosebud (viciously) Oh. don't
worry. They'll thluk you're his
$100 Reward, $100.
Ttl rnra of tVi eapar will fea iaa4 la Vara
that iH-ia t al at wit arad4 itiaaaaa mat o-
baa baa ab'a to ear la ail Ita al-a. aoa tba u
(atarrb. Hair CaiarrS Ciira I Oi mm.f p-u.v
Cara M knows ta tna ml!-l frtrativ. i'aiarrb
balo a ,Mal!iiUvaal dlaa. r4,4tr a aoi!l
l!-nal triroat- Mail' cirrb Cara I laaaa la
trraaii'. aruii alravi.r apua taa biua aaS aaaw
arfaraa 9t tba arbm. tbaranf Saairvfiaar tur
I mailaUo of Ida IWtN. aaS (I'llif iba ll.ai
airaajis bt balttlaa aa Iba Lauiail- aad aaa'aa
Ing aaiura la Suing It wcrt. taa 'nawr ba
' mar talis la It caraua oaa ikat lbr r
Oaa Haalr4 U-l ara f. ar aaaa ISM It taut ta
Car. Sa4 fa Hit ft taM.a!at
A44raaa f J C at H ft V a CO., f i!aAo, O.
fc ,ld lit all ri,t,l., Tin
Taa Ha.i t raaalir Pill tft aaa
Bangs Do you do business on a
Rickety Yes; when I can get any
body vise to put up the cah. Detroit
TSK Tlltt FA HOC
' i ' . i i . "i t ... rirri a-oa, Wltr" a
oral. Tba Kuan I'umpan;. Sou Ji II-aa, livl
"They say Buttln Is a rising young
"I guess that dc'crilxs him. He
has to keep rising every time he's sat
down iipn." Chicago Journal.
A Woman's feartyrdom
Is too often her own fault, simple be
cause she won't take sufficient trouble
to try a medicine that so many thou
sands of women eothuslantirally rec
ommend, viz : Dr. Caldwell a (laia-
tlve) Srup Pepsin, This bland, sooth
ing, curative medicine, rrculstes dis
ordered functions of stomach, liver.
bowels, etc.. and aoon restores sick
women to perfect health. Try it. Sold
by ail drusKists at Sw and 11.00. Mon
ey back If It falls.
The dumb waiter can't repeal what
the speaking tube says.
Many School Children Are Sickly.
Mother t.rar Sweet lwili-ra for Oill.
drrn, ul by" Mother tiray, a bur tut lu
ilMreu Hume. New Vurk. br,-.k un
tVilds iti 4 hour cur r'ereriahneait. Iit,i
. he, Stomach Tmubir, TevlMiiit Ihaor
ders and tetmy Worm. At all In-uKirt'ta,
sac. Namiilo bihIUx frwt. Address Alien
b. OlBuleO, Lc Roy. N. Y.
A man likes to think that others
think he la better than he Is.
Every bouaekerper should know
that If they will l,uy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because It
never stick to th iron, but because
each package contains U o. on full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starchea are put up In V pound pack
ages, and th price Is the ssme. 10
rents. Tbu again because lierisnc
Starch la free from all Injurious chem
icals. If your grocer trie to cell you
a Hot. pscksge It la because he ba
a stork on band which he wishes to
dispose of belnr he puts In Defiance
He knowa that Iefiance Slarth has
printed on every parkaae In large let
lers and flames "16 os " Ilemand De
fiance and ssve much time and money
and th annoyance if the iron stick
ing. Defiance never sticks.
Equally A Good.
Bilks Waililnaton was a great
man. He made the Hessian fly.
JIIWs - That's nothing. 1 know a M
low who's continually making Irish
4w4 -1 H !
I The Great Nonesuch Remedy
32 YEAR CELLING DIRECT
We tre the Urcst iuanu(atcturersc(
in( it not aai
style, sualily aad.
prica. Va maba tuu
lylMOt vl,Klta an
S IW Saa c 1
u itmtu atvlaa ot
alt. a Mat aa.l I, la raaa. flral. rfe
ta a. aaaaaia
riKKaa-S --rttfa CGs (
el Survivor f 1112.
Hlran Crook, sol survivor of the,
war of lilt, say In an Interview that
he feel much obliged tt) th Nw
York aldermen who are arranging ta
give him a fine funeral and bury hlos
In Cypress 31111 cemetery, Brooklyn.
Mr. Cronk, who Is 104 years old, la
feeling very well, Indeed, He says b
ba ne desire ta sit behind the "grim,
rider on the pale horse" of which the
aldermen spoke, and he begs leave to
remind them that he fought In th In
fantry aid never wa a cavalry res.
r.arlleat ore) Oa !.
Th John A. baiter heed Co., I (ViaW,.
VYia.t always have aomelbing new, seiita
Vhing valuable. .In year tliry off or
SHxntg thsir new nti,riy makitiy ve
tnht), sn Kailieat ttrean l-atitift Onion..
It is a winner, Mr. Parmer and Gardener!.
m-st sru this Miotics aad 1 fio
snd they will aend voa their big plant ami
aeed c 11 ok, tnciher with enough sccaf
1.000 fine, solid Cabbage,
2.!"-' nth, luicy iurn,t-,
S'i Mamfiiiig. nut'y ( elrry,
S i) rich, buttery Lettui-e,
("O rare, luacioiut Radtieit,
lOO liiriiuly brilliant Kluwrra.
In all over lO.iaiO plant tin riral oTer
is made to get you W tert Ikr wjtraote-J
Vegetable tared and
A IX lOB HIT ICC fOST4iR,
providing yoa will return this notice, an
li vou will aend them 2fte in poatrc, thrv
will add to the sbov s bi pkase ,
Sal rer a Fourth of July Sweet torn th
Ktrl.rt on earth 10 days earlier tl,ai
(.'ory,l'eepo'D),P:rtirf AJ.etc. VY'-NX'.)
Up In Hi Part.
Manager Now, then; remember
that we're depending on your baby to
cry lustily during the third scene. Io
you think the youngster will do tie
Actor He ought to. He's been re
hearsing practically day and Bight for
a month or more.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO SOUTH.
February 7 and 21. March 7 and 21,
1&C5, Via Kanaa City South
TO PORT. ARTHl'R. BEAUMONT,
TEX. LAKE CHARLES. GALVESTON.
HOl'STON. SAN ANTONIO. TEX,
and all other points on the K. C. 8.
Ry . for tickets with !l day limit and
privilege of stopping off enroute oo
both going and return trip.
Kor literature describing "THK
LAND OF FULFILLMENT the coun
try along the K. C. S. Ry, or for furth
er Information regarding these escur
slon write to
S. C,. WARNER. O. 1. A T. A,
K. C. S. Ry.. Kansas City. Ha, ,
between Defiance Starch
and any other brand will
be found by comparison.
Defiance Starch stiffen,'
whitens, beautifies with
II five clothes back
It I absolutely pure.
It will not Injure the
most delicate fabric.
For fine thing and all
things use the best there
la. Defiance Staub
to cent for 16 ounces.
Other brand t ccnU tor
A striking con t raft.
THE DLTIAMCC STAavOI CO,
Tk td monk our, atrwsg,
triM. Sure, has far a iff
fart ol a oentary battled w:Uj
Ih 0rld vr. PrW 2ic
vehicles and harnesiinthe woitd sell
ing to consumers exclusively.
lave No Agents x:. .'. .yui
up anjrwbwa lot a- 1 1 J-J
L-.wa aa approval, J ii
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