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A Remarkable Snake Story.
Tho most rcinnrkiitilo 'mike pnmbnt
ever b in In ttrt vicinity wn wltneaa
f d liy Ham "iinnlriidi:Uii Just north of
i nriH. a who ruci r u tii A milneu
snake, tho former HV f. et Intis; ao
tho hitter two ir three inches short'1
met. and Iiokhii n deadly iilniRi;l!4"r
Iho mriMery. Tho j:nini miike
ly not the he ul of tho other l 118
mouth and deliberately set n'Mlt to
wallow the entire reptile. 'l naa
cotton about IS Inches of"1" H'"
racer down wfcen Mr. on!ll,lfiham
swlzed a stick nnd kil'
brought the tiir.lii to I." ! tlKy
were v!f((l bv
men. Tho Hue raeerflt,'J 60 l'snl"
ly Into Its ant.isoni 8 moailt and
In color was
edicated In Buffalo S,.t 6.
,rrtitr Residents Invited.
bountiful white marble r,bcft
l.v ll b atnte of New link In
.ara H'limro, litiffalo, N. Y., to the
mory of President McKltilcy, I to
Le. fin many ilcdii-ateii i uursuay, ri n,
6, and the ewnt r-lll be the central
feature) of iMTalos Old Ilomn Week,
S''it. 1 to 1. Former residents of l!uf
fain and the pul-lln at largo arc- cor
dlsll" Invited to attend the dedication.
bidv that the diff.euce
all that enabled a Arson to tell where
one -nded and t' othf-r -S:'"- The
fact that the minea snake was the
shorter of th- two made Its under-
inklnir nil tn.- more remarkable. The
blue racer was dead when Mr. Cun
nlnKham Interfered. Itoth snikes
ntrit the same siie arour.d the
Missouri County Fairs. ;
Canity fair In Missouri have be?n
sehidulid a follow: Howling Green.
September 3 6; I!rookfild. AumiKt 27
30; lluncclon. Aurul 2S30; Muller,
Seitember 2 27; California. Sept:-m-(km
11-14; Oate Girardeau. October
12, Carthage. August 27-3u; Creve
l'our. Scptetnbt r 1S 22; Cuba. Sep
to.nl r 24-27; Columbia. AuRUht 20-24;
Ixtcr, August 6-1U; HarrlKonvllle.
H'u mbor 3-fi; llernirtnn. August 3iV
Z; !! imitate. AuK'iht 27-3'; 1 1 itrjiiiiB
vllle, July 2'-Aiimo.t 2; lloidt-n. Aup;
it 2T-:i; Iudi p -ndenie. Septiwber
17 2"; Kahaka. August 27-20; I-e's
.Suiuiult. September l')-13; Mi-rnpMs.
Auirutit 224: Mexico. Aucust 27-20;
Milan. Aut?UHt 20 2,1; Monroe City.
September 10-13; Mont if"!!". Octolr
2-4: I'a'.r.iyra. Aficit 2-.l; I'ariB,
S'pteniber 3-fi; I'latte City. Aupuat
27-:;0; ltix-kiirt. Au:ist 6-i'; She'.bln.
Auinist 20-21 ; Springfield. September
2-7; Tr nton. Septemlier 3 6; Varren
burg. Septembr 10-13; Washington,
SeptemlH-r 5 7; Jefferson City. Sep
tember .V7; JelJernon City, Scptemb-r
' rV r-.: :
Productivity ef the Hen.
"How innny la a hen wnMtil
up to lay during the term of lir rsX
ural life, do you iippe?'' aald th
man who has Inventleated. "No Idea,
eh? WrU, sir, a rood, healthy hen
not pHklnK of any particular tar
breed, bat Jut hen a rr,d. heaitby
hen doe not fu'lilt h"r Sintiny until
ahe ban turned out COO f -sus 19
dozen. Thnt'a what natur ban C;te-1
tip a I. en to do In the w ay of 'CK. and
he Riven bf-r rljtht years to do It la."
Cheer wM'" pooin, fsct
crath roods when new-, owe
any f to
thi Ir attractiveness to the way 'hey
are laundered, this being done in a
Dianner to enhance their tettlle beau
ty. Home laundering would be equal
ly Satisfactory If proper attmlion was
given to starching, the first essential
being pood Starch, which has sufficient
treriRili to stiffen, without thickening
the K'xda. Try LV-f.ance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at th
Improved apjearance of jour work.
The McKinley monument was planned
and executed under the direction of a
commission of prominent men. at
cost of tlJO.OoO. Got. Charles E.
Hughes, with h!s military staff, will
take part In the ceremonies and Presi
dent Roosevelt and former President
Grover Cleveland have been Invited to
attend and speak. Military parade
will be a feature of the occasion.
An 1548 Thresher.
Henry Stulti. of the Richland nelch
borhood, lixik the first threhing ma
chine to Callaway In "4S and did the
thr.-nhlnr for Callaway farmers for
several ear, according to tho Fulton
San The machine wu what is known
an a "Broutid hoc" for the reanon that
straw, win at and chaff were all
thronn out together on a Wit l-hei't at
tti back of the inarliine 1 he t raw-
bad to be -ti-dilled" off with fork.
Wvlmr th wheat and rliaff. which
wore aft. rwarda separated by fan
Tl.! rrnde machine, which would
t...-m i primitive now. was the won
) r of the county then and marked
the fimt IliiiiroM m. i.t over the old
flail, whii h bad b - n t d f"in time
t iiiier:ior1al. The charge for thr. i-h-1
r. wa 6 c n(s pxT bushel and the
awta'.-e crop la th- das alxnit fo
bushels to the family. Wheat bread
was a delicacy n-io-rved for Sunday
dii.ner only. Mr. Sui'ti I hi years olJ
and ban ll-d on the same farm ulnce
NO CAIN AND 60ME LOSS.
Neighbor'a Comment in Which There
Seen-. a Strain cf Sarcasm.
Yes." the leader of tho amateur
bratB bacd was saying, 'it's curious
to see. what an effect learning to
play a horn has on some persons. I
used to bo a pretty good ba?s Fing
er, but 1 cant sing worth a cent
'Doe learning to play a horn spoil
the voice?" afcktd bis cert-door neigh
"It did mine."
"How do you account for It?"
1 don't know bow to account for
It. Strains the vocal chords, per
haps. All I know Is that I blew my
voice out through tho mouthpiece cf
"Did you have a good voice?"
"Everybody a'd &."
"Then It s a great ptty ynu ever
learned to play a horn." rejol.ied bis
neighbor, shaking bis head badly. "I
er ttir.k 1 should have enjoyed
bearing you iing." Youth s Com-paidou.
District Densely Populated.
The District of Columbia has the
greatest population a square mile of
any section of this country. The fig
ures are slightly more than 3. 29. In
Alaska there is otily one person to
ten square miles. Rhode Island la
second lr Washington, with 407 per
sons a square mile.
Tho blrgpst trapshootlng event of
the rear, known as the Grand Amer
ican Handicap, beld at Cblcga In
June last, resulted In an overwhelming
victory for Winchester Shells. With
these the Professional Championship
was won by W. U. Crosby, of O'Fallon.
111., and the Amateur Championship
ly Hugh M. Clark, of Urbana, 111.
Assumes All Blame.
"Well, there's one thing alxiut
Nuritch; he's always ready to confess
"Nonsense! why he's forever brog
g!t:!T about being pelf made."
"Of course. That's lust It."
Give Defiance Starch a fair trial
try it for both hot and cold starching,
and If you don't think you do better
work, in less time and at smaller cost,
return It and your Eroct-r will glT you
back your money.
( I l l ' V " '
This man bought a supply of tobacco with
out acquainting himself with the distinctive taste
of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering
qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at
less expense than cheap tobacco.
SCHNAPPS has been advertised in
this paper so that every chewer has
had an opportunity to get acquainted
with the facts and know that drugs are
rot used to produce the cheering quality
found in the famous Piedmont country
flue-cured tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS
is what he ouht to chew. Sun there
are chewert who accept ether is -5.
cheaper tobaccos that Co cct give ti
When they get a tiste cf the real
Schnapps they 11 realize what ejijoyrrjer.t
they've mised by not pettng SCHIIAPPS
long ego then they'll ftel Lie ikiir
A' wilt h- p SCHNAPFS dim-t fr-m brtorr t rrtrt e'r la of t r. mrr,a w. t tt rtS-l
o( c rr pound, trvm or fr.sht prt'i to oumi p.rt n a r-j
w rt I
R. J. REYNOLDS TOEACCO CO., CfartawM h, VrmstorvSalem, N. C.
FEARFUL BURNING SORES.
Boy In Misery 12 Year Eczema
Rough Scales, Itching and In
famed Cured by Cutlcura.
Some men think they can't "get
next to nature," properly without tak
ing along two quarts of whisky and a
box of cigars. Judge.
FIT5. ?t Vitu Ianee and all Nrvou
rnrn permanently cured bv Ir. Khm1'
rt-4l NVr !iecore- tr.d nr Frre ?J 0-J
tril b"itle m'A treati'. lr K. U. Khu.
Ld.. bl Atcb Si., rbila.i.lpbu, IV
Un't the only chap
bis wooden wedding.
Where Corn Is Beit.
Tbe Mhent aeraef rondiilon of
corn tn Mlwsoiirl la In the northwest
fctlon where the se.iMiti has been
iiior favorable than In any other .-
tlou. A iiuniber of eonutliH lu that
wetliwi show a hlKb average eoiidltlon
roiupand with tbe same time last
tear, and U should ! r eineiubeivd
that lune cif the buiiest com priKluC
liiK rosintles In the h'ate are In that
MK'ikm The Kreutest ii l for the
corn rrop U Miiihine, a that the land
can 1 U-tt-r cultivated.
Large Live Stock Movement.
Ititretil of lUe Uxk at the Kaunas
Cllv i-l. k tarda 111 the 31 data of
July, with the evrvjitlou of i.he-p and
lien-ea. Were the ln;"t ever recorded
lii Jj!v. under normal rotiditloin. lu
l-'.'l, the year of t le dr.nitlit. when
fanners w re forctd to ilit.wie of
their at.-x-V r irardlena vf condiUon In
July efeelpts w. re Ur'T In roinparl
mut wttti Jiilt. l'.iiil'., Ihere w:i an he
crN n hi lavt li. until of rs.ICa caitle. ,
e taH.-s. r.o.Vss boss and S.L'.'iO enra.
and a dernnse of 7 4": f bet and !,
":! horses and mule ljtt luor.t.i re
cel.it were SH.tietl csttle. :;i;.n.HI cal
ve. :.".. iioi;s. fsnoti tin-p. :;
ln.ru and n.O"0 carloads of nil kind
ef nt'M k. M rauinit '.I'D .;r tlailt.
Want Better Railroad Facilities-.
Katas City people are 'W nnliUs
to secure bet(-r tiilnad facilities
than they have at this time. Otllc.m
if that city have filed a complaint
n.1 n aeolleatbiii with the board of
rellroad commissioners afklnit that
i r iilroa.1 eotni'Miili s eiiterlnc t.'.ere
b.. ord.ied to offer better railroad
f. Vf llitles.
Horticulturist Ttas Is Dead.
John C. Teat, owe of the veteran
nurM rim n of the mate, who Is wide
ly known bvcaubo of hla addition lu
the horticultural world, died at Carth
ago of Inflammation, of the bladder at
tbe a;t of t-u years
Money in Berries.
Then Is one man living Heir Sar
rovie who bus five Aires id berries
and with them paid off a fl.tVO inoit
,,:,, .':; tntereat. paid for bis crates.
lle.ir.F. at.d l:i n.j i-n y left,
"Cutlcura has put a stop to twelve
years of misery I passed with my sor.
As an Infant I noticed on his body a
red Mt "J treited same with differ
ent remedies fur about five years, but
when tha rpot began to get larger I
put Mia under the care of doctors
I'nder their treatment tho tli?ea.se
spread to'foiir different parts of bts
bod. During the day it would git
rough and form like scales. At night
It would be cracked, Inflamed and had
ly swollen, with terrible burning and
Itching. One doctor told me that my
son's ertetna was Incurable, and gavu
It up. I decided to give Cutlcura a trial
Wheo I had used the first box of Cutl
cura Ointment tber was a grel Im
provement, and by the time I bad used
th second set of Cutlcura Remedies
my child wan cured H Is now twr-lvo
years c I J. and his skin Is as firm and
smooth us silk. Michael SWtnutati. ?
Puniner Aveuue. ltrocklyu. N. Y, April
1. I?U5 "
Evidently Needed Burial.
"The late lien Thomas H Ituger,"
said a S'amford man, "wax. Ilko many
army c-tT'.eer. an authority on gid
n'king. but be detected rank, hith
chi-ee. At a dinner be said tbut a
very rank (tiix-m was once left at bin
headquarters to be called for. and aft
er It bad remained intelalineil two
data he po(cd this lint Ice-
"'If the rbi'i'ii! sent here adlremti-d
to I'rivnte Jones Is not called for lu
two data It will be shot' "
ImrvoKent to Mothers.
Kramtne r!lf t-rtr hin of I' VxTOir! V.
a Mf artd aura rvmray lur luianla ai.a cUiKlK4),
awl at u.i H
Xa l for ix-r ad V.-
lua oiUmI Yod Ai' UuuU.
Making a Good Start.
Doctor Madam, your bus-band
must have absolute rest
Madam Well, din-tor. he won
I'.Nten to me
Ikwloi A very good bec.'nnlni;
tiuolain-a very good beginning
no TOt R ('I.OTHt.l LOOK VKI I OWt
If an. u l!el I nw It.til iliue. It wiil nivke
tin in white as moo. 1 i.j. .n l.j(f J n uu.
It's ea?y to dres a profitable bul-nes-s
In the garb of respectability.
Iiti' Single Itindor ( it-ir ba s rvh
tr,ie. Your liealtr nr lti' I'ai-lory,
Our Ide a
Mn. w.nalitar'a Mooching tt-w n
f 'I'h tili..:c. ifiti il. C'imi imik, ta-
acau.btM a..j !( lad iwii. XAl..iua
l!y following the dire-tlons, which
are plainly prlnte-. n each package id
lV-fUnce Starch, Meu'a Collais and
Cuffs can bo niada Jit as stiff as de
sired, with either liloss or domestic
fJulali. Try It, Hi os. for 10c, sold by
all fcixxl grtK-ers.
Tho Ilrlde How do you know that
man acitifs the aile Is a pugtl'.nl?
Tie Groom Why, Just listen how
fluently he talks.
Clear hilr t
kiiiiM'i.i-1 n r
laij.1- I t. p.i
of iu i.:.:
l.itliea tw a
a l.i-i l'f-t
ti li'.-. ry
a h-afer is a
"I'.ound numbers" are
1 1 uuy
I vdk id)
A powder to be shaken izlo ILe ehoc-a. Torrr fet fetl rarcSea,
norvoaa, bnt and pet tired easilT. li you LaT acLbsr, esartirg
feet, try Allen a Foot -Ease. It'reets the feci and miies nw or
tight tioea easj ; alwars use it to Break in New Shoes. It enrea
swollen, hot, Bweatiog fect, blLstcra, ingrow-ingr nails and ca-T'ta
spot a. Rtlievea corns and bunions of all pain and gie Et
and Comfort. It cures while yoa wrali. Ve have ov-r thirtj
thousand testimoniala. Try it to-J-iy. Sold by all Irrvsrista
cveTTwhcre centa. Tu't accept arr substitute for Allen's
Fo.t-Ese. Trial package FREE. AJJrtsa, Allen S. O'.nwted.
Zjo Rot, N. T. Eunpeaa Er&nch OSce, IVterborougb, Enplaad.
"A7 A F'TITrMaT' Succors brinps iruitationa. Sour-cf
V Jri.l ki VJ a worlLk-ss imitations are sometimes
oflered for tA'e. Insist upon Laving Allen's Foot-Eaja. TL
Original powdt-r for tLe feet Twelve years before tie public.
Anmiftl kkli-a over two million rswis-s. Do not ac-tt
.r"i. "V spuriou fubt.:tutes claimed to le "ju-?t aa pooh" Imitations
V'fAv-;-TsT the dealer a larger trof.t otLerwi--o you would never h
oCVrinl a substitute) for Allen's Foofc-Eaie. Aai ir Aens
Foot-Ea, and inoist ujxn Lavujg it
RememlH-r, A!len'fcFoot-Ea is sold only in Z err 1 paciaes
beanns yellow labU witii our trade mark, and fao-uniio njUure
la a fHsca.
lit Allea't Fool-Eat
K.1.1 by all Irag-i everrwbiw f-tr 23 eent.
Kx)T-tASb SMT AliY C H!N-PA 1. a r.rw iorrr-tjr.it.
For FT. EE Trud rcV-e. al Tr Kasre.cfta
ali.ima Ai- n S. C tms-.-ou i i-T. -.
fVtae dorters lirw
u-j so ar. 1 b-,-t li-
; iai t.tr aal l. tta
ti. s Cawitv, a-.l-aer-ljj
.at lie F!f k Cooi-
ir-i to U. TOUre St-
S rea t trrve
tn Xi. aces ct
ie f.-el ail Area's.
F i'.A so-tf:rt aid;
-ocl and aruil iitiX.
- a ;..e. pu'ar ttt iit
c'arv f aad ace It ;t I
8tt taf!:;jr Coenr.ir
1 by ail t'-rog 2V.
Ha-fil...i TVftwimna'a fm ,.
iN tuv-yim a.j niu
W. N. U.. Kar.tas City. No 32. 1 C7.
MRS. A. M. HAGfRMANN
ALL 7 0 U E f 1
from the same physical disturbances,
and Ibe nature f their duties, to
many caK, quickly drift tl.em Ioto
the horrors i-f ail kinds of female
rornplaiiita. orrauic trubles uivr r
lion, laiuni? ami uispiaor uirnlk. or
perhaps Iriffrulariljr tr aiippcevnioo
cauMnp laratlie, trrtouMirM, tr-
rit-ai'il t f. and !ei-j lej-j,.-w
vtiuiun etrrvwiiere 1k.o l.s re-
men. li r thai thu uiedii ine that bold
the rrcrd for the largest cuBilvr cl
actual cures of K-iui3 tHs is
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3.00 St S3.50 SHOES
rAs.Of9 ten evrnv MEwer n orr-
iMt fMiLV. r S.H. cicta. aw
TITF V.F.S"V I.p.i:v8k sS-w- re rrn bv mwv taj i
tn t-i. &l..4 Ul IIlUI fettf cLtr Kk, t br tvtV i.r
ritvciti ;ss ftit'.r, m7m& 9-Aim r:r-f ja.'.-ti
1 ..( s-,4-t 11 lu WaV( btf b4 ot i. ars.tf t T h lr
Of tU r.la- ftv-J vjarw 4 ff.Jki ' r f 't fc
t nt; cvtaa , rlr-M f r iaVt k if ufwrr d-r iyrrwan
..it! kia.-s-tvivlvsrn ta rwit L k hi av is U
sj owl U t , sm1 bvsaa) km s-s-t y (M1 ta .
If I fuki tlv tk(-i mt li't I ka"iws i hx-kvi H M
h" fxMt kx-w srr( xcl: W I lac'C' tiks. svr
w-i I1h-I sjti-ri-- tV lr tta ta?f,
-ar l.tvi.-f k'-t stras.kf r'l Sis1 ttvta K tts
Mr $$OtH I dm mm 9 5 CM Ommit SAmmm mmmmmt 4Vo BwifcWW mi mc.
Maf s,pw .fcfi MN aiieii. t. s a iia saa. . L 1 A A V laVarM - IttWi
- ,' w - V
Lydia 0. Pinkham'sVcgclableompound
l' n,..l,. f,M .tmnU 1 .u.l. iiwim 1 . n I I, i.l , a r
it ban tierii brlpiiti,' tvomen t.i strojiiT. rrgnlat mg the furieti.ma prr
tec II v and orrreoiumif pain. It has a!w pmveJ lt.M lI InvaluaMo in pre-
par U(r for child birth and the Change of Life.
Mrs. A. M. 1 Uirrrmann. of liav Shore. I. 1 , writes t lVr
I'inkbatn: '"1 a tiered frm a i i-pltu-euient, csokmvo and painful
fiiitrtioiis no that I hrt.l t he down or kit stiil nioit of the l uir
l iiii t K. I'iiikbnm's Vegetable Coietui:d has made me a writ woii.an m
that I am utile t attend t. mv duties. I ish CTery suffering nuins'i
iiu'..l trv l.vdia K. 1'iukbauj'a Vti.-ctabloCoUiiw.iund and sec what rx-litf
it w ot pive them "
Airs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women sirrTeriiiij frMn any form of female i!lnes are invited to write
Mm I'Kikhaiu. at Lynn, Mast for advice Mie i tin .Mr piiiLhim lot
has Ikn-o u.ivisini sick women fre of charge for autre than tnertr
years, and before that i-'ie awisted bcr iu.iher-la law I.v.l K l ink
bam in a.lvisiri Tin rv fore ho is cjvciallr well cjuai.Ufd to (ruuie
fciek womeu K-. k t. lu s'tii.
ONE FARE-ROUND TRIP
Tv .Vri fi. i
Frera ST. tOCJ T
fwoi PEORIA Tl
Li.it Vnt St '
-KG FOl'R ROUTE"
Simmons Elans!, for
05,000 Acres In tho Most FertMo Part of Couth
Texas Now on the Market.
Tbe Plmmocs ranch, located S miles aonth of San Aniotio. baa
been divided Into farms and Is now Umg sold U settlers. You havw
bat Is probably the last opportunity to secure a farru c-f fretu 19
acres to tut acre tincludir.g too lots ia town! for $-10. pay ah: 19
a luomU without lateuat. This land wtii double lu vaiua la a short
tu.h an rffcr ts never before been mad and may sever be
llu. as ood laud I gt ttis.if scarcr all th time.
Writ for htrratuio aai views cf th tinea.
cmag. r. ci Mr.! ore 3,
ZZ Alon-.o Flau. AfiTONlO, TEXAS.
SARATOGA, N. Y. ana RETURN
Grand Army Republic
n.i.ft it fj'e ,W. -7s5 Go-jJ tu Rturw to Slip. I'
ttwnuoa ta Ul tavuncJ rr 4.fAt ni tt o Jl.C'J
T.k,ROUTSr VlAOt'K 1 IN..S-t::keccejnJl
ywar f !.. v S tOAT UNb in r-tKf ikf.vtioo,
hcrww lh TKvX F. I'OLKiO. CXtV " LAN iX n s
lUrhAiO. AWUrtweea AIBA.N Y at J Nt ' lOKK
C rrv r yn pel asit.a tea m hiv a4 Svrt CiC
o lUt, I tli J j MSjjta kMotnae aorov iuiuia itaivt
i at SUTlk IKtla. aiiaejf. HtWMl, ataOtkL. u4 VllWlIU
STOPOVERS ' lallV .lMa JhM kVtt - r- a W.. - S
j UiM lia Wa. aua. SStlsV JolliVM l 4.). i UaJlUll
Tn.iu e awe PA'lf tet.J
Vv-l lira-t4 la On, ii.
. tv.'vl J.'7
CHAUTAUQUA evnd KETUKN
fare frwas tn:CAt.J. $ 7 59i rt'OKtA. tZi Ji
BOSTON and RKTUHN
tr Irvaa V.1.CA0O. $1W
Ai-ti e, w. jo. 14. ut. W. u. It ii-
Fit trvaa if. 101 IS. 0v
NEW ENGLAND RESORTS ai a , i. u st t. it 14. is.
ttm imCAvO ee 51. lot i. ' ram flua $1 Ct) Uva i(,e.d T.- ji
CANADIAN RK.SOIvTS"mfiA!ist?T . n
fcoaa ini' AcO St. lOl V t jre rua 11 14 k Ui4 I f 1 y
Sa tl!4 t. i-4 4t.il aill W f i-l tn " la 'a i ilku aa i ti
wev; yori; central l.tjes
J V & A i -t .