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Com omvln, football fr1 nds!
The revolution wesson hn crenel
apilri !a Central America.
rr.-.pprrlty Is Ftill waxing and
rt A hot pare fur the country.
Terrlhle buttles nro hnrpening--over
tno Nicaragua ruble. IU.th sides
Pome persons exprrss their op
timum by eiulng ihlekcn croquette!
Tr.ris 1s a woman's town," sings a
r.i-ton Globe poet. Other American
gents have 7nnde the same remark.
It Is clumpy to break laws when !t
In easier to evade them, but that is
rot a pood excuse for evading them.
Perlln wants an Immovable dale for
Faster Sunday. let ns hope they will
also get re-movable Easter Sunday
Kepelr.a Is alarmed over elsrns of
further earthquake shocks. Messina
Feens a good place to keep away
The American Dreadnought Is the
greatest of all. Others do well; we
do better. They do better still when
we do best
Aeroplnnlst Fartnan flew for over
four hours the other day. The coming
aeroplane will have to have a dining
KifTian tribesmen send word to
Spain that they have only started to
tight. Madrid will get little satisfac
tion out of that.
A Washington man says be owes
bis longevity to pie. but few poli
ticians can hang onto the pie counter
'During the past year our raternal
government planted 3.117,000.000 fish,
vhich statemct is tho biggest fish
story of the year.
This discussion whether or not there
are insects on Mars Is chopping con
troversy pretty fine. Wait till the
hookworm gets settled.
Orville Wright says that flying Is
easy to learn. Few doubted that; !t
is the coming-down process which tie
majority want made easy.
The Cerrnan dirigible ait squadron
has been executing maneuvers, and
another war scare is due in the right
little, tight little British Isles.
The germ family are in bard luck.
Mrs. Sage is combatting the tubercu
losis germ, Mr. Carnegie the pellagra,
Bnd Mr. Rockefeller the bookworm.
What are said to be the highest falls
on this continent have been discov
ered in Labrador. Maybe Canada was
tired of owning only half of Niagara.
In her suit for divorce a Sacramento
woman charged that her husband
would not even buy her Ice cream.
Still, be may have loaded her down
with fudge and chewing gum.
That Hartford 15 year-old boy who
Insisted cn being taken to school after
be had brokerhls leg, because ha did
not want to spoil a perfect record for
attendance, may be counted on t-j ap
preciate the value of an education and
to turn it to good account.
. Writing of the evils of ear strain,
to which the people of a large city are
always subject, a doctor says: "When
the ears have been strained by the
noise and confusion of the day they
tnay be refreshed in the evelng by lls
tning to music or to such other sounds
as are restful to th"m." Perhaps you
have noticed the- restful effect after a
bard day's work wben the clin k in the
street strikes six and the hurdy-gurdy
The St. Ijwrerice river Is an object
1c. :,o:i III water power. An enormous
vi'urue can bo turned to account by
modern methods. And cow progres
sive American Jtnd Canadians are
ncltlng In an effort to utilize this
rumcr. A plsn ha bwn formulated
which bx.ks to the erection of a dam
at Hroikvllle fulfil will drown out
the Long ShuII rapid and raise the
stream at that point 18 inches, afford
In several hundred thousand horse
power. Competent engineers have
. renounced it wholly practicable.
The preliminary report of the de
partment of agriculture shows that
the corn crop this year Is up to a hitch
level and come near to record break
In fis'ires. The yield Is placed at I,
77.310.0uO bushels, which Is nearly
bur-died million bushel more than
Out of IOCS. The largest crop of
corn ever gathered was that of l'JOt,
which Fregated S.927,41tS.O(K) bush'
cis. At the prevailing prices the corn
crop Is Httiiiated to be worth more
thuu $1.0'HMKHI.K0. There Is no doubt
tli tit "King Corn" does tils part toward
creating national wealth.
Ti e p'.t oflice rih-s 1 1 ? t boxes of
curdy may be tent throtivh the mails
Vi!t!v Sunt and t-.mla ( laus are ;et
tll.g ready to pull tojri'.lier lu this
Ii.atler. Sweets to the sweet.
The T-.ir Lli-h parliament, wbbh will
rei n.vriie r.eit week, will consider a
r..v .1 piit'fiim that wll involve the
. i od:t ore .f 1 1 nn.nooo. Ibis suit!,
II Is ci.tiii;:it' d will build nnd e'lulp
,vei) t otllei Llj s of the North J!:l
sei.i (;- n;;d at !. udvance .!.
M lull III it to Ut bait & tiff Ij.l
unm v.;:i glctiy suit
KANSAS SUPREME COUrtT SAYS
THEY MAY HAVE CHARTER.
Superintendent cf iniuranca Hat
Authority to Gt Beyond the
TopeKa, Kansas. The Hankers IH
poslt Gns'-anty company won lis caie
against Insurance Superintendent
liiirnos In the supremo court and will
get Its ctrtiticaio from the Insurance
department to do business In the Mate
Elmer K. Ames, president of tho com
pany, wr.s very much pleased.
This company was organized by na
tional bunker and a few slato bank
ers, for the purpose of Insuring baa t
-deposits !u h.inks which could not par
ticipate In the state bank jrnara..ty
or which dlu.. . want to. h
main point aL-4".e w's whether Hie
siiperintendoYlt could limit the com
pany to injure deposits bearing not.
over 3 per cent, the limit fixed In the
state guaranty law.
The national bankers applied to the
supreme court for a writ to compel
the superintendent of insurance to Is
sue the certificate, and the court is
sued the writ on the grounds that the
banker' company had compiled with
all the provisions of the law In their
appHo.lion to do business in the piste,
and t?iat the superintendent of insur
ance had no authority to go beyond
the statute In the imposition of limita
tions or requirements for such com
pany. NOT FOR POLITICAL WORK
President Taft Informs Census Super
visors That They Must Not
Further Political Ends.
Washington, I). C rresidxnt Taft
served notice on ambit ions members ol
congress that the newly organized
machinery for the taklns of the com-Ins-
census is not to be utilized for po
litical ends. He addressed S5 super
visors of the census at the executive
office and told them plainly if they
ur.ed their "-dices, or if they permitted
the enumerators directly under t'.ieni
to further political ends, be would re
move them promptly.
"Many of you most, of you have
been recommended by ooiisre?;aieci
said the president, "and It may be t'al'.t
some of those congressmen wt-l come
to you and expect, because Uiey did
recommend you that you owe them
something In the way of selecting the
men as enumerators who will help
them In their congressional elections.
'You have got to select the men you
believe will do the work, and if you
catch them doing polltloal work
wish yc. to remove them, Just as I
will remove you if I catch you doins
political work. It is business. I am
not quarreling with the congressmen."
THE PAPER TRADE IS CROWING
Import Have Increased from $3,000,
0CO in 1899 to $12,OOO,0C0 In 1909
tporU Increased Also.
Washington, D. C What an Im
portant factor In the commerce of the
United States is furnished by paper
and its kindred manufactures is shown
by a bulletin Just compiled by the
bureau of statistics of the department
of commerce and labor.
Imports of paper and products have
increased from 13.000.000 lu 1899 to
112.000,000 in 1909, and the export
have Increased at a large rate also, lu
the last 10 years American manufac
turers have sold In foreign market
paper a.vl manufactures valued at ISO,
1)00.000 ani In the saruo period the
CnlteJ Sta'es has ispent for the same
prodacts of foreign jianufucture
Must Lcck Out for Pedestrian.
Tu;jeka, Kansas. Pedestrians l:i
Kansas nifty crbi a street at any point
they desire, whether at a corner cross-
or in the mlddlo of the block, and
the drhers of team must look out fcr
tif in. lu the suit of Alfred Selfert, 1
year old. against K. II. V. S balble,
appealed from Wyandotte county, tho
upren;s court allowed daiiiuge to
S!f :t because the driver ot one of
cbui!j!i-'B wagon not exercising
proper care. In the trial, Schalltle
attorney asserted that the diiver of
the t-aiu did not have to look out for
pedestrians who might cr fho tret
st other thau regular crossings Tbe
lower court held against this nj the
supreme cuurt sustained It.
A World Meeting of Farmer.
Home, Italy.- The General assem
bly of the International Institute of
Agrlcu!tiiri-fi representing 46 louiitiie
and colonies, nut here. The Ameri
can ambasrador, John A. Lclsehiiiauii,
an 1 Ceorge K. Holme cf the depart
ment of a ;! i.lt are n Washington rep-reyt-kted
the l r.it-d S ates.
CltUe.ihlp to Pcrto Rican.
W'asMngton. 1). C. Eieutcou of
Atorrican titUensMp to Porto JU ait
1. rei o:i. u:eiided by dm. Claivm e Jl.
!: J :i- .Is. cLIef of U:e lumau cf Insular
.".fl.i!:v, in hi annun! repo.t t'j ta
herteiary t f w nr.
Will Fly Scuth With the Slrri.
V. a!.::.i,;..;i, I). C It Is purp.ea d
by the war di'partinent i.i si-.-.d tl.n
Wri.;ht Bi-rojdaiie, owned by tin gu,'
en ruiet.t, to no'.ie iouUiein city, prol
b!y far. AMonlo, Tei , (or ronautl
ral xp I ;u,fl.!i this winter.
mil CUT OF KANSAS WHEAT
PRESIDENT WATERS BAYS
SHOULD BE MILLED THERE.
Is Now Greatest Wheat Stats
Should Be Made Greatest
Kansas City, Mo. Already the
Inspiration of the prairies has got into
the life of Henry J. Waters, presi
dent of the Kansas State Agricultural
college. At the L'uion depot he talked
of ihe greatness of Kansas. He told
of the efforts the agricultural college
was maiving and would mako to push
Increasing yields out. into the "short
"Millions more for Kansas wheat,"
be said was the school's slogan. He
announced a new department to be
established at the agricultural school
to be known as the "department of
mills and milling." It was one of the
recommendations of President Waters
tn his Inaugural address a few weeks
ago. ChrlBtmas week, when the Kan
sas millers will meet at Manhattan,
the department will be established,
witb. the co-operation and advice of
the millers. Ihe man who will be at
the head of the department has spent
a lifetime In the study of wheat for
"Millions of daliars are lost," Presi
dent Waters said, "because the mills
of Kansas have not the facilities for
getting the most out of the wheat.
They can't test It before they mill It
for Its milling qualities and Its bak
ing qualities. We purpose to do this
for them. Kansas Is tho greatest
winter wheat state, and we Intend to
make It the greatest flour state. Every
grain ougut to be milled in the state."
WHAT WHITE PLAGUE COSTS
It is Estimate-1 That $1,275,000,000 Is
the Total Paid for Neglecting
New York, N. Y. Consumption Is
causing a net loss to the country of
$1,275,000,000, according to a state
ment lBsued by the National Associa
tion for the Study and Prevention of
There are In the United States, the
report says, 300,000 consumptives so
poor that they cannot get proper treat
ment. Each of these Infects two oilier
citizens it Is estimated, and, valuing
the average life at $l.r"0, the net loss
by not treating the vistim being at a
minimum $1,250, the result 1 tb
above total. The cost of curing an "n
clplent case U put at $2C0.
Th Audacious Mayor Gaynor.
Now York, N. Y. William J. Gay
nor outlined the more Important of 1I
policies as mayor of New York City
during tho next four years at the an
nual banquet of the Southern s.xiety
in the valdiof-Astorla. With J. Plcr
pont Morgan sitting on hi right and
Thomas K. Ityan In front, he sharply
criticised flnauclal Interests that would
nut deal fairly with the city and re
viewed and condemned the looting of
the Metropolitan Street railway Hues.
High Record Iran Output.
Cleveland, Ohio. Pi? Iron pro
duction In the L'nf.ed State continues
at a record-uiaklug rate. The Novem
ber output was 2.ri22,5?S tons, averag
ing S4.0SS tons dally, compared wl:h
t.I:i9,6M ton, aversslng 83,037 ton
dally In October, and 1.007,367 tons,
averaging hi.m tons daily lu Novem
ber, laoX. These are the figures com
piled by the Iron Trade lteview.
Kansas TK Meeting January 18.
Top' k a, Kansas. The s:at tax
Commission has fixed January 18
a the date f .r the biennial meeting of
a'l the county a-t-n ;t with tne c-jhi-mission
to discu tax matter for
Chancellor ttionj to Lecture.
LiiWreme, Kan. Chain el'.or FTanS
F'ro'1,5 Of thi I'llivetHity (if Kaiu.i left
for Uii I'niveim'.y of Wisconsin, where
h will ili liver four b-ciuiei under the
j.p!'-es of the I'a'or-J m)( la'lou lf
iLu uni t i iiiiy.
SENATOR CUMMINS' RATE BILL
Will Greatly Increase the Power of the
Interstate Commerce Commission
and Tighten Grip on Roads.
Washington, I. C. A controversy
over railroad legislation will Iw? pre
cipitated in congress this winter
which in Importance promises to sur
pass tho legislative conflict over rail
road rates four years ngo.
Senator Cummins of Iowa intro
duced a bill proposing radical changes
in the Interstate Commerce law. In
a large sense tho v.ummii.s uuasure
is a substltu'e for the present law.
In brief, the Cummins bill requires
the Interstate Commerce Commission
to promulgate a uniform classification
of freight and to prepare a plau tor
the statement of freir.Ut rates which
shall hereafter be made In a uniform
way. The carriers are required to
adopt this classification.
The commission is authorized to
consider rates on Its own motion with
a view to determining their reason
ableness and Is empowered to fix
maximum and minimum rates. In any
action instituted in court to set aside
an ordr of the commission respect
ing rates the court are prevented
from Inquiring Into tho reasonable
nes or sufficiency of any rate fixed
by the commission.
THEY SHIP THE CREAM TOO FAR
Kansas Creamerymen's Association
Devising Means to Produce a Bet
ter Grade of Butter.
Wichita, Kan. Tho Kansas Cream
erymen's association, composed of
three-fourths cf the creamery opera-
tors in Kansas, started a movement
here to raise the grade of Kansas but
ter to a higher standard.
The association men say the cream
producers in Kansas are losing $100,-
000 a year by shipping their cream too
far anil allowing It to spoil In transit.
They will demand a shorter haul and
better shipping service.
E. II. Webster, director of the ex
periment station at Kansas State Agri
cultural college at Manhattan. Kan
attended the meeting and encouraged
tho farmers to get their cream to mar
ket In a better condition.
Gouid Out of Western Union.
New York, N. Y. A largo part of
the Gould Interests in the Western
L'uion Telegraph company re'.imj at
a meeting of the board of lirectors
and they and others alllllated with the
Gould were succeeded by men repre
senting the American Telejiht-iio an I
Telegraph company, the ll.irrl.-iaa and
the Moore Interests,
Prize for College Debater.
Lawrence, Kansas. In order to en
courage Inter col!eg!att debating, three
prizes of $25 each have been offered
for Vnlvcrstlty of Kin vis student w ho
n-ake she first placo in the prellmt
narb'B for each of the three interstate
debates with ihe universities of Colo
rado, Oklahoma and Missouri.
Embezzled fror.t th D. A. R.
Washington, I). C Defalc.iMons
amounting to several thousand dollar
from the Iiaiiliters of the American
Kevolutlon by a clerk employed In the
national headquarter of the ho'.iuty
here have been discovered.
Mill Named for Governor.
Washington, D. C. The presl
dent 1ms sent to tho senate the
tinmen of Willlnra J. Mills ami Wil
liam H. Pope, both of New Mexico, to
bo governor and chief Justice, respec
tively, of that territory.
Kansas Would Keep Her Gas.
jop'i.., Kansas t;v. stubbs has
taken up the natural M failure la tn
many Karnas towns and he announce
today that he had unlu-d the attoruey
peneral t() g, ,. If any proeonilllK COllIll
be bioiciit to prevent the aliened db
crimination against northeast K.msa
Towns in favor of Knllas City. A!t
ney ,en(.,al Jaiksuii (,J the governor
hrf believed sin h a uit would i'and.
More than Ja.iMMU-oo depntli e--rounls
lire currlej by 22 i'M b.iri!; 1j
t!. I'l.l'.i d i-'.lat-.s.
DID HIS CEST.
Merchant What? You were robbed
of over) thing on tho way?
Messenger Yes, but don't worry.
They gave me a receipt,
Eczema for a Year Got No Relief
Even at Skin Hospital -In Despair
Until Cutlcura Cured Him.
"I was troubled with a severe Itch
Ipi? and dry, Bcrufy skin on my ankles,
feet, arms and scalp. Scratching lua.ie
It worse. Thousands of small red pim
ples formed and these caused Intense
Itching. I was advised to go to the
hospital for diseases of the skin. I did
so, the chief surgeon saying: "I never
sawsuch a bad case of eczema." F.ut I
got little or no relief. Then I tried many
so-called remedies, but I became so
bad that I almost trove tip In despair.
After suffering agonies for twelve
months, I was relieved of the almost
tinbearnble Itching after tw or thnee
applications of Cutieura Ointment I
continued Its use, combined with Cutt-
cura Sap and Pills, and I was crmi-plet'-.y
cured. Henry Searle, IJttle
Rock, Ark., Oct. 8 and 10, 1007."
Potior Drag- A Cbom. Corii Bui Trap, Ikxtulk
Th Vacant Chair.
What sad memories linger around
the old vacant chair. Sitting In the
middle of the floor, with a plaintive
look about its frayed and seemingly
weary back, it brings back a tumultu
ous riot of f.. i recollections that tim
an never efface. Volumes of bitter
anguish come to me when I arrive
home tn time to catch the milkman
swiping the loose furniture around the
place, and take off my shoes to avoid
publicity, and strike my best toe
against the rocker of the old vacant
chair. Then, forgetting for the mo
ment my unclad feet, I kick, tho chair
on. the other rocker. That Is when
the sadness and suffering that lingers
around the old chair comes out with
an extra edition and great chunks of
gloom settle over mc like a herd of Ill
natured files. Oregon Journal.
In a homo wher the mother Is
somewhat acgresslve and the father
gc I nature.! and peace loving, a
child's cttimate ot home con. in Ions
was tersely expressed the other day.
While dressing, the mother paused In
the act of putting on her shoe and
ald: "1 certainly am easy on ho.-s.
I have worn these for four month. I
don't know what you would do, John,
if I were not. I am easy on every
thing" The little girl looked up from
her doll and remarked: "Except
Taking the Tip.
Why did Dollarby sell hi hotel?"
'lie wasn't making money fast
"What I he doing now?"
"He's luxuriating In the position of
lOirtimivtiiim and Neuralgia ncvr could
grt alone with lUmlitia Wivird Oil.
Wizard Oil alwav drive tlu-tu away
frum the pmuixa iu abort order.
If you would be happy, keep Vour
eye wide open during courtship and
half cW.t d avfter marriage.
(ioon not nr.KFi ft.ni.
Cie tlii in-M, That' why thi-v buv Ked
I na 1UII l'.luf. At leading g?i era 5 of til a.
The first t p toward keeping your
mouth shut is lo close !t
Mr. VI Inalrtar'a tt.MKttlhe' Perrft.
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lletter it pHr inuit at Innc than
rich limn lit j:il.
Fwr faniAua o!4-tlm nrr: Amtrki;
B'm. Kwtwt H ifn; 1)14 ik At IM-.i.
fti;4 Tb Cikc Hucket.
V.vb of tH Ithir I rt K,ii IHuiTai In
Color I'lrt ttwT it-tj (itt.1t,.-wvjj ), )!
-;-.l lojuII cl II. ui'ior, . u fit i rf
lri i.rc wof ,j,,i( ,) c-r. ir.(miU If vtiflsl
lull tfW (IlllIC Skajl.
Of tf thM ciUn Wf b tn mfty
hom. ti U an twhonitc f tnut htotf&
our dr lo vi f Aiii( lcn ti;i.
&rvi -oiLl4 (or:
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SWIFT & COMPANY
41C8' PACKERS AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILL,
(. 'f ti,- un.k tf-iti ti.f
(tltatlt. 'I f- rr, i
t.ii n iirm tL.
Danoer Avo'ded and
CouQhe In 5 Hour.
A writer for the medical
slates that eoiifthlnit 1 rapoiiHlb4
for the burtitlng of bloofi vessel
quite frequently. A cowan or cold
inenn Intliuiiiiiatlun (fever) ami con
gestion, and these lu turn Imllcste
that the body I full of poisons end
waste innt.ter. eilmpl rclU f. a found.
In patent rough medicine, and whis
key, cifteu result In more barm thBn
good; a they cause mor congestion.
A tonic laxative coukIi syrup wili
work marvel and here follow a pre
scription which 1 becoming furnou
for its prompt relief and thorough,
cures. It rids the system of the)
cause, ctrept It be eoristitn',tlin.
Ixm't wait, for consumption to (srasp.
It vlct'm, but beln this treatment,
which cure some in five hours. Mix
In a bottle one-half ounce fluid wild
cherry bnrk, one ounce compound es
sence cardiol and threo ounces syrup
white pine compound. Take twenty
drops every half hour for four hours.
Then one-half to cne tcsspoonfut
three or four times a day. Oivo chil.
dren less according to age.
COUNTRY CLEARLY AT FAULT
Provision for Taking Care cf Unfor
tunate Tuberculosis Victims Are
All Too Meager.
The National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculo
sis states that, there are In the Vnlted
State st l-ntt SuO.OGQ consumptives
w ho ara so poor that they cannot pay
for proper medical treatment In tuber
tiuosls sanitorlu and hospitals. Some
of them can pay small amounts a
week for their maintenance, but the
great majority of them cannot pay any
thing. For this large class of pa
tient the entire country has provided
only 10,000 beds for tho fro trentment
of tuberculosis. In Alabamr, Arkan
sas, liiaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Mon
tana. Nevada, North lxkota, Okla
homa, Oregon, Philippine islands.
South Dakota, Texas, I'tah, West
Virginia and Wyoming there Is no
place where the consumptive without
mcRiis can be treated but In the Jails
or tho Insane asylums of these states,
and In tnuet cases he will g tno treat
ment there. Sixteen other states pro
vide less than 50 beds each for poor
consumptives. In only two states,
Massachusetts and New York, have
beds for nedy tubereuic! patients
been provided, so that at least one
In ten may find a place for treatment
In many of the other states not one
In firty of the destitute consumptives
can find a bed In a hospital or sana
torium. Every Little B t Helps.
The lecturer raised bis voice with
emphatic confidence. "I venture to
assert," he said, "that there- Isn't a
man in this audience) who ha ever
done nnythlrg to prevent the destruc
tion of our forest,"
A nunlest looking man tc the back
of the hall stood up.
"I tr I've shot woodpeckers," he
said. Everybody's Maeazlne
What (Governor Oenesn, f Illinois,
hmym About III
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