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COL ROOSEVELT GIVES WARNING
A MAirvfLOUa pr.ro VIKV.
Another Bid Lin.
Mlsnourl la fast taking tbe lead In
the annual production of commercial
ami and gravel, bavins aitvanced
two point alnee 1!)07 and now holding
fifth position. I-f hor Commissioner
J. 0. A. Miller Issued figure which
rev al that the l'J'r.i ic of the natur
al niutcrliil Jiiat mentioned brought In
tho ami; tutu of ,',,,011,331 a com
pared with $?2C,iim for HWtt, represent
!ng a gain of nearly 3u0,(eJ0. or about
29 per cent. No other high ranking
date n, ado a gain aa (treat. "Kor Mis
souri, it can bo said that the aand
and gravel Industry la still In ii in
fancy, and la at present only one of it
many well paying aide lines, but five
year from now, when the atate will
bave surpassed all others for quan
tity and value of the annual produc
tion of these natural materials, this
business will have assumed larger pro
portions, and thousands will be devot
ing either their capital or labor to
It, and the output will then be sb!p-d
Into the states w hich now rank higher"
rends a paragraph of the chapter on
the subject, which has bent prepared
for the 1910 lied Nook of tbe bureau
of labor statistics. In the same strain
the writer mado tho following further
assertion: "The Ozark regions are full
of deposits of the various kinds of
commercial sand and gravel and a
hundred years from now the supply
will U almost as abundant as It is
now, regardless of all which will be
shipped out annually for use between
now and tben. Just how rich Mis
souri's natural store house l. in the
commodities tinder consideration, It la
only nenessary to cite, for compara
tive puroes .the amount sold In tho
year j?3 by this sta'e, 4.r?S.:: tons;
It took 144,73 cars, each holding thir
ty tons, to haul this vast amount of
sand and gravel to market, and et
this whole amount would only make a
small aire hill, if ail were heaped to
aether. "In the South half of this
commonwealth there are many tbou-
satuls of such and even larger de jvonits,
stlil uuiouched, not considering tbe
ordinary building sands in the bed of
the .Miffourl and tbe Mississippi riv
ers, and the gravel underneath tbe
waters of tbe smaller si. cams. In
fat, a thousand car from now, if
sand and gravel then still bave com
mercial uses and values. Mssouri.ms
will still be working thee same de-pos-Its
and wi:h the end not iu sight ."
New Evidence In Vaughn Case.
IViiowIng a record breaking trip
ball way across tbo continent. Attor
ney John C. Mills, of KlrksvilUe, has
ectie el a depene'tlotl which he Imv
lie-s will clear S!rs Arna V. Vaugun
and !r James It. Hull of the charges
of murder. 1 be deposition was se
cured from Pr !"rank 1' Vung. for
me ily a idijsi. ian and membe r of th"
lc -uli-iii' ure at Kirksvllle who has teee-n
a re nident of lis Angelea lor tlie pant
)er In his de-poi: ton I ir Young
tct;-icd t.'.al ho bad attended 1'rot
'n ifthn In I'.'d?. and at lliat tiuu-pe-tii:l!!id
bim to take- atry.hr.:!
a heart st.tiitiljnt He- tesntl.d fur
ther tt;at in 1'.". Prof. Vaughn came
to hlin and a.Ki d that lie be- allowed
to Ul re ,-. t!ie el tef whie b ws also
Ix-rmSttrJ. rr. Young also s'ated
that although Pmf. Vantitin miitiit
have the a;'! aranc. of be-ing robust
yet he was a continued medicine de
von e anl was in ver without a small
vial of pills or i'O J. di r.
Tvo Death at Centralla. Mo.
ItoU-rt Sadler, aged 7S years, died at
Centralla. He was born In New York,
lie was for many year Wabash con
ductor of Columbia UrancU railroad
ami superintendent of the building of
the instil line of the Wabash rail
road through Central Mieo-oiirl Henry
limit, aged 77 )ears, died tbo samei
Kansas City Thsittr.
"The Piine'o of Pllseti,' the tune ful
iiiiik.Ii ml eometly bv Prank Pley and
llusta l.uders, I the attraction at
the (iratnl for the wix-k begtnning
Hutday. September 10. It Is pretitid
by a strong company of good singers
with large rliorv.
The Willi Wood prefe iiu a Mne
doublee bill the Wlfk Of Si'ptemher li
Mis HUlle llutke In "Mrs Hot ' will
be tho attrctloti the (lr?t half of the
week. The last three n.gbts. with fat
urttiiy matinee. "The Hi it. I Her.e
will be given by a strong company.
"Tlii Midnight Son," the mom e
trgvagant pe,tacular tiiiirle-.il play
ver aeen on the American stage, ta
the attraction at tho Hhub.rl for the
week of .September 11. The company
numbe r iimr. than 1:'.'. leis. sing
er. dancer and -horn lMi Htul
gtils, and Is the original Yolk
Kltner Haie-ncr, a sou cf Ce'orge
llauener, a welltodo fanner, was
killed by a Chicago & Alum Height
train near Odessa w hile elm lug line
hotiie was killed and the buggy
Two Killed by Llflhtning.
Wliil.- milking a ro in a pntiiro
six mile s south of S, ilnlla. Avery Mos
by, IK er old. was killed by light
ning. Half an hour Inter wltliln a mile
of wheio Mushy was killed Arthur
Carton, SI year old, lot bis life In
Two Tornados In Grundy.
Twt toruadoe. occurring almtiltan
eoiihly within mllo of each other,
swept (mall section of Northeast
tlrutidy county. Considerable damage
U farm property and cropa waa don.
They Can Com Back.
"Mlssouriun now In distant land.
Hi llk nirn who hav wrestled with
difficult propositions and gone down
In dcfrat, never to arise again, can
and will 'cnnn back."" Thla declara
t Ion la attested by I'T he letter,
which arn still pouring Into the
bureau of labor statistic, dull)', writ
ten by "allow mo" native who allow
ed thcmselve to be lured to faraway
r.ook and corner by the "wild
dreams" of paid nlvertlscment writ
ers, and who now want to return to
tlin mill of "plenty everything," In
time to take part In the "noma com
Inn'" of January 1, 1911. Labor Com
mifsWiii'T J. C. A. Miller la very
- t t ii u ; a -1 1 r- over tbe outlook for hi
"grand hums coming crusade" of
Missourlans, who have met with bit
ter disappointment elsewhere and
who want to rt-turn home and com-piem-e
ail over again. The chapter
of the 110 ited Hook, devoted to thi
merltable iimp, read In the abov
vein, and tben make tbe followlr.f
farther stirring declarations: "In fu
tnre, after all absent Mirsourlan
are buck and K..ln enjoying health
and proscrity. It will have to be a
positive case of 'show me,' before
they mill ever attain be Induced to
once more leave thla common
wealth and try their fortune else
where. Tbe letter from tbeae wan
dering discontented and disappointed
1'ilgrlme. a brief an they are, when
read between the linea, tell aad
atorle of nor"1 never attained, riehea
further auay than before the pilgrim
age commenced, home sickness and
dikpalr among stranger with no help
ing hand at any time to make their
hard struggle worth while. If these
hard experif ne c se rve do other pur
IKe than to keep at home Mis
soutians who are now thinking about
emigrating to lands far away, but not
as fertile and prod n tive as tbofe o ir
s:a'e ofers to its sons and daugatci.
then tomctiiirg worth while will hare
h,'en accomplished, for many men
and women will be spared the pain
and anguish of b-lng made wlFcr by.
actual contact r.Uh life elsewhere."
Ex Slave Honored In Death.
j l uusuul honor were paid the mem-
! ory or Henry l.ewis, a negro born a
1 slave In St. liuls f2 years ago, at tfc
! f.ine-ral se rvices at the reside-nc of
Mrs. Thll Chew, 4033 Westminster
Place. St. Ixiiils I,ew! died at th
city hospital from lrj.irie received a
wee k ago. when he mi run down by
a str.'i-t car. The burial was at llel!
fontatnc cemetery, where the body of
the age-d negro was laid to rest in a
urave lotig..j that of his old master.
! 1'eter l.lnde-11. A monument will b
! erected to mark bis retting plac.
j similar in e!. li.n to tbe handsome
'shaft that st.ind.-i at the head of the
!grae of IVter l.indell. The member
cf the t'hew- fam.iy and fnend were
! pre K-iit at the service s st thedr home,
; with the widow the three sons and tb
elKlit grandchildren of the old slava.
luid T ti K'-v. John Parker. p;.tor of Ple a
a, art tire en Negro M.thudist church.
j had eliargo of the funeral. The near'
j relative and friends of the dee-eased ;
j had the fin.! carriages The member
, cf the (Vie w family followed In other
Driver Alights In Well.
I Harry Popes, of S. P. Hodges t
I Son, was driving at l.lb. ity wl.cn b'.a !
I horse became frightened at a lo oino '
j tlve and Jumped over the railing along .
the street. The bugry. with Mr Iiog
j gers. nl'glited atop of an old mill wll
j and the platform broke through, let- J
: ting the buggy with Mr. ltoggesa fall
I in the bottom. There was about ten
f.r-t of water In the well, which wa
about Ce nt)' fe-ct deep lh. hors ,
caugit with It front feet on the well'
curb ard bung theie until released.
Mi. Hoggets escaped injury, but th
horse was badly hurt and the buggy
Death Quickly Follow Laugh.
ls-ath rut short a burst of laughter
and a ocil call for J 1,. Williams, a
re'irc-d farmer, who lived at May
weod, nn Independent- electric lino
station and a suburb of Kansas City. A '
chain of funuv atorle wa ittrted. ;
Mr W III urns tolel a good ore and Join- i
eel In the roars of merriment that fol
loed. slapping, his knee and holding;
McKlnley Files for Senator.
John C. McKlnley has filed hi
I'e.-laratlon for I'nlted States senator, i
He declared that he will stand sguarw- J
ly for the principle of protection, but
that lie purpose lo have no quarrel
with men who mar differ on matter
Kania City Woodmen Win.
Iicfors a crowd of T.Pno permit) the
Modern WoodmiMi of America held
their log rolling on ltroadway at Col
umbia, using a walnut log three feet
111 diameter. Kunsaa Cut lodge -003
was first, Mobeiiy second. St. Charles
third, and Huntsdald ton i Hi In the log
For Fraudulent Land Deal.
J. T. l.arMii. ag d 57 eara. of Milan,
was arrested at Katusas City on In
structions from Tesas and Oklahoma
stato authotitles. ijirUn is wanted
In those states aa well aa In many
other places because of many alle ged
fraudulent land deals,
barman Mtthodlat at St. Jossph.
Tb thirty second annual i est con
ference of the Herman. Kansas, Ne
braska and a part or Colorado, wa
held at St. Joseph. llfshop T. U
Neely of New Orleans pittaiUeil.
To Test New Mail
WASHINGTON After a series of
test continuing since February
the Tostofllre reprtment has ar
ranged for a formal six months' try
out of nn Invention for delivering and
picking up mails by fast trains. As a
lemoatratlon of tb practic ability of
the aystem a lire pig, weighing C5
pound?, was recently delivered with
out Injury at Carrejllton, Ky., tbe borne
of tbe Inventor, without the slightest
InJ-u-y from a train running 21 mile
For years the Postofflce Department
bas sought an Improved mwlod of
picking up and delivering malls over
the old catcher book system, and the
raw device was tbe result of four
years' advertising by the postal au
thorities, nrg'ng Inventor to produc-e
something that would meet the re
qulrements. It la 40 yars since the catcher hook
came Into use, and in spite ef tb
projress In railroading and tbe tre
mendous Improvement tn the mail
service along other direction no for-
Women of Diplomatic Set Are Smokers
i 1 r
IN CERTAIN part of the city where
society is familiar with the foreign
bablt of the diplomatic set and where
cigarette smoking Is so common among
women that it Is co longer a maltejr
of much comment, there la a strong
feeling that the antl cigarette agita
tors bave been unfair in directing
their criticism at one or two Individ
ual women smekers.
The practice. It waa pointed out. was
not confined to aay special few.
bat vu quite general among fashlon
ablo women. Aa a regular feature cf
pracUoaUy every ultsa-faablonabie
dinner aarty bore cigarette aro equal
ly provlJfMi for the worsen Tha old
custom of the women leaving tbo n.ea
at the table to smoke has almost ea
At a recent amateur theatrical per
formance a pur was stolen froaa a
prominent feminine member of the
"younger et." Tb loss waa adver
tised la the paper and amsag the
contents of the purse was a Jeweled
eigarelte rase. Tbe name of the own
Treasury Department Old Folks Home
l , ... . --;-,e SH
AKEW day ago a woman dork In
the onVe of tb Comptroller of Cur
rency, Treasury lepartunt. cel.brwt
ed the SOth aunlvcrMtwy of ber blNh.
The Treasury Hvpartaient. some
time facetluusly called "the eld folks'
home," probably has nier aged em
ployes connected with It than any
other, for It was under the Inte I'nlt
ed State Treasurer, Mr. Spinner, that
women wer flmt given einalovnient
there If the truth could be known
probably other female In this depart
incut are mighty close to tbe ?t-yeur
mark, but. of course, they aro net go
log to admit It, esa-ecially a tbe toil
ha been getting atrcager and strong
er that a superannuated list I going
to b niadw up coon-er or later, and a
way found lo get rid of their service.
Not so very uiany years ago Sen
ator Teller of Colorado ba pasxe-d In
tho senate a resolution calling upou
Where the Money
THK cost of the national government
Ik but a small part of tho burden
OH the taspayer. The expenses of clUe-a
ii ro inanltoid greater to each (ernai
than ar those of the I'uion. Tbe ecu
su I'lliigH together the Kgurc for th
1 T.5 cities of the country hb h bave a
popuUtton of tf, POO anj over. Their
eipendltiirea for the year ISeJS were
lllfl per capita, r.nston far nir
pasee-l this ratio, and lead In moneys
paid for local admliilt-tiatleiii, showtug
an outlay for each r-ersoii of liT T-S,
New York ootneo next with It munici
pal budget of Ul.7l per capita, while
WasMnaton follow closo with a cot
of 1K ti for each person. The cl.lt I
Item "I upenditures In cltlva ar
chool, police ! fire protection.
Least year under tb law a of Con
irroa for all purpoaoa th nation spent
t.U.TlS,:ii. This amount raroj lor
f I 1 A m ! " - I
Device for Trains
ward step la recorded In tb matur
f exebang c-ig mall sacks by iii'r.r.f
trains, Cnder this sys'rm only oi
small ssck could be picked tp at any
one station, and It Is a matter of oS
ctal his'ory that not ln?reyju-i,tly. In
stead cf calc hlr.g the euaprid-d v k
of mall, the hook, operated by a mall
clerk standing In tbe open door cf the
car. would snatch lo a chick' u cx,p
or something -,se not to be found in
any classification (f mall D.a:tr.
Tbe delivery of nail from moving
trains is still more primitive. cci!t.
irg merely of having tbe clerk h'jrl or
j-n-h the sacks out of tha c ar as Ue
train rushes f ast tbe platform, fjreit
numix-rs cf person have been irijurd
and some k!!l d by birg f truck ly
lh whirling and reoouLdirg sn'-ha,
thrown l'h tbe force cf a ca'?pult
In a number of ir.s'anree tbe bnrs
cf mall have rolled unc'tr t:.e :..? is
of the train and have caufed wrecks
or have ben provnd to piece end the
mail cie&'.royed. And these d'-If-cs do
not take Into conf Ideta'ion the trcmn
dour wear and tear on the mail bug
and pouches, or.e of tbe lfrr't tt-n.s
of expense to tbe railway mall aerv'.ce
The new devices bas rapced tfcroigh
a successful test ef t months at
Iluroside s'atton, and this decided the
government to give tbe more extended
er was given without any apparent
thotigiit cf embarrassment. leea'ers
patronized ty fashionable dweller
bre carry a large stock of women's
It is not a rare sight to see the
wife of a foreign diplomat smoking
complacently as (be sits on tha
linn of ber home on a pleasant eve
ning Some foreign women promt
neat bere have been known to smoke
Though these facts put tbo Wash
ington situation In a light sltratiy
different from that of other Ameri
can eltle. the local clergy full M
find aay defense for the hatlt.
"The habit of cigarette smckicg
aiaoag women it, to my mind, a thor
ougbiy pernicious one from any stand
point." said Caaon Mays of St. Thoiuaj
Father Kufiic llannon of the
Church of the Immaculate Concep
tion, was uuusuaiiy severe in ti
criticism of the cigarette bat it among
woaaen. He said: "Tbe bbit is ob
noxious ail around and In women, de
spite the fact that tie law from a
gospel standpoint is 'be same for loth
sexes, cigarette smoking l worwewjtb
women than with men because of the
example they se-t Society demand a
dlfftrent eihlcai code lor women for it
i the Secretary of Sia'o for a complets
lift of the kScials and clerk tn hi
deiu.rtnieEt. together with the age
when appointed and compensation ro
Quite a nuu.brr of the recerablt
women clerks before that had been
proud of telling their ages and boast
Irg of bow much work tbey could per
form, but on having to give the f gurvs
for tbe scrutinv of the senators It was
common talk around the department
that a cutisitieraliie Icpplng c!t oi
year was done, and ever ince that
information was called for women gen
rrally In the government service, who
ar approaching the sundown of llf
bave been mighty mum when It come
to dbecusstng nge a.
At th last Miiin cf congres nun
erou bills and resolution wer In
troduced with a view of trying te
tearb aeiioe solution of ri e problem ol
what to do with ti.o aged employ-
of the gowrr.mcnt Many stecbci
were made on the subject, but tbe
more the quest len has Uen dlscusse'd.
:b more ctmfuse-tl b-vatne th con
gremiuen who take i-tiough Interest In
tb mstter to be willing to go on rec
ord as being in favor of establishing
i civil pension list
of the Country Goes
pensions, tbo army and navy, the
courta. Itgl.iiiuuses. tb foreign -rvlco
and all the departments at the capital
Of tbts sum IT. 13 cn the average rails
on cch inhabitant. Set ihl over
against $I$1. the average citst t-et
capita or local rule in tbe cities, and
f-'-t'l In New York city. The con
trant will show that the national ma
rbinery -4t l.- than that at home,
unde r the very cyca of tho rltisen.
The public fc lieils ar malntatn.-d
in the cities at a cost of lITeJ per
capita, wiii'.e I'Zb I paid for the
li.e and $1 ?J for lh fire depaj-tnett.
Thus sclusda and thr IxUic in cll!e
cist $.'. iei a year i-er capita, or only
3S ceuis p. r i nylla lens than tbe total
o-d't ary dtsbut scnient of tb national
The tuiimc aro proud of lb pub
lic si'hiK-U and di not begrudge th
uhiucjs tnt for them. Th ,ivllv-o
t nulie4 tor tlio fety f lh cian
muni'y. tor th mislntraanc of law
and orvlor. If tbe funds ar laid out
l.oaefctly and nlsely, tho Ui payer will
not ocrtmp eltbor ai-hoU or tho po
lice. IVsople ajo apt to fvrfl thai
the coat almost aa touch aa all U4
marhliiery ol th V'nlon.
If M I Evir In "ubti Lif Again
Creok4 Men r.4 Corporation
May Cspct No Favor.
rh!'', nilnoi Ibeor pyM
velt md bia erst u:rt'e la a
!?' h to ralIrf4 tcea at "re;-ort,
111. concerning tbe potslb.j.ay cf t
r'lB nrr.r.ltjg for ote. He td d?!t
u:n what cgtit o be d'r.e to crvik
ed orora'.ton and t!e!r Ir.T nce la
pu,' H ir;.r.ed b.s a C-t.
by Jddcnly f-T.ark:rig;
"I don't t";:-pM 1 w;:l vr be !a
pcbllc life (r;n bt;t if I aai tier ',
alwajs tbe cbn'e :t. it may tc.it
tp when I sia 1 tr.ti. my words g-x-id.
v "No corporation, no poi 'lclaa. ntntt
evr si;pxort me for aCT'.ilng ender
tbe ld-a tbit I w:l! jaric-n tJUit wr-po-vlua
or tLit pol.'if iaa '.! te or it
"If eitber corpc ration cr p-iclm
If e!;bcr cr,e cr tbe o'b'-r, fc!;s at
any t;n-, to i-t s-.e la a j-oLUjii cf
ir." 'ier.ee le-t tLe'n T':n-u.ht tbat If
tiy are corrvpt, if tby or.-'jinre
cornip-ion in otier or br,ft by it
J tberr !ve u.e-y te!p ice at tLeir
t-erll. for I will bjrt ttem if I get tie
When the ej-j-resHoat was !r
afted if by tbe r'er-r, to tf.e
(ion of infuen'e." te tr,ar.t tbat be
bad cipecta-.iens of ft? sin be,r g prs
den'., be refused pcic biit to g9
irto any d'.se-utsion. N.:tr souil
he diseuFS bis rtter ec;tr"y etre
fion that he cl:d tot sup;Mfe le "lo-jll
ever be in public life ? rn." Tb
to cc-xre-ted s'atemen's from tfc
n pre ;det.t have set ro'.iticaia
wondering what be ntY.r me-ans.
SWOPE TOLD OF MARRIAGE
M. Peck of Baldwin. Kansas Had Cov
versation With Him About M.a
Wife in New Jersey.
Kar.tas City, Mo. In his deposi
tion taiien in tbe cT.ce cf Se-a-.or T.
A. .Vii-on, attorney for Elmer Swope.
the claimant to the Swope ts'.a'.e, M.
Peck, a retired farmer tow living at
Iialdtn, Kas . tesufied that he per
sonally knew the late Tboma H.
Swope of Kant-ai City and tiat upon
one occasion Colonel Swop had toid
him of a marriiige contracted at tt
beginning cf the Civil war.
Mr. PK-k. who is 72 year o'.d.
claims that C'o'ocl Swope sioke of t:
tr.arriage to a woman in New- Jersey,
and of a jbseuent separation be
cause of a difference of op.n.on a to
I the secession of the Southern statet
j Accord't-.g to tbe testimony of Mr.
j Perk. Colonel Saope also to'.d of hav
!ng boucht horues for the govt-rLtnent
' at the bettinning of the war.
! WESTERN GOVERNORS GO HOVE
Wen Who Went to SU Paul to Oppose
Nst.cr.al Coeservation Have
?t. raj!. M;nn i;:i t.-.e there is
' r.olh.r.c more they cn do asd fctiiev
j leg they have been pmct.ca.ly
! eilriii-a'.c J from tbe erccvn:ion, tbe
Wes-cn govt-rr.or annot:ccr4 th.-.r
ititentlca cf li-a-.ir.e St. I j1 at ocee.
1 t;ov. Prooks cf Wyoming le't lift
j night as Old alo Gov. Veey of So-'a
; I a i.ota and Uor. NcrrU of Ueaus
.' and Crov. H.y of W!.h.ng:on. and
j the reby fires ;.e -r.ghticg Coctto-
gent" of tbe National ccnsvrvat.on
i cor.cress I'lfsatisTactlon over their
failure to twelve re-erognuion at tie
Lands of the cor cress as a whole was
evidenced by the executives from tbe
Wet. I b tried to pat forth a cheer
ful front bit it was an effort which
was cioi-e to fuliere. Gov. Noma
in particular was bi'.'.cr iu hi
de cr. iai ii-t.s
ENGINEER BOARD IS APPOINTED
Initial Stp of Covemnrreet In Ljiv se
ta Cult Deep Waterway Ha
Wah;igtor l C The Ir.i'.al
step toward : h roi :i:.a of tho
getlel'kl go el i.tnem Will tile tv of
H'i:.oi In ti-e I Ke : :he i.; j't water
way priStvt ta tx c a taken Tie r
IVpartturnt aenouscrd the ap;vi::.t
meet of a N'sri of d:st:rg.i'.h-il ra
gir.eei to pas ui-.n the prct'orcd ra
tal moot of r.a'.ga::o& fim l-.-k-ort.
Hi, to the month of th Hi ;oi
river. The Kvird is ci-n-,-oel of Or a.
V. II iiivby. ctuef e? rr..iiers; CoL
i C. Me.lv Ton.-er.d. :a;i.-sej at IV-
! trvlt. N'.a). I'Lir.n Keiler. sts'..c.e-J at
K.vk lrUr;d, VaJ Jsmes K Katas
.;gri, a-.int.: to t-e chirf o! er.K-.a-
of New Wrk and sercrvtary to ta
Ameruaa c-e.vvi:' of Clu K.fci,'.:: r.
Vrernt' Cowplet "TReturn.
Win Kiver Jan. tic-c. Vt u.
j let rrr'.irt-.s for th rU'V.Mu ol gov-er-Tr.o-
in the ITj election ei,::i,t givo;
V.i i Itrj-.M. Jj.i-.ei; Wa'Ss'a.
1 v, r.it Ti. ; t .-. 1T.;." V'.vdi' pltirwlity.
lT.!-'-.. In l?v$ I'routy plural. ty wa
Bwrl.iijtn Train Wr,-lvJ.
Ka'ipe'!. Vcr-'ri-- Two ; riesi
wer killed, It wero dat'.gerous'y la
J;irrd. Bve prohaMy- fsta'.'y. 6ll
other siiftervd elisor la'.irie ta th
wreck of a .-:bvK. 1 1 t!-,rl: nstc
trata va the C.nat Northern at Coram,
ill Ul.lcr vast Oi K.l.s.Ht!.
Cernnany Takt Sotxo.
Borlm. tlertuaay. rio rotvrt ro
cetveu hero tfc at 'ra.'-t will a te r
enty hv aeroplane at the ei.iivsiU of
Ha amy by tb end ol Novwuibor I
atUswUut ajc4 auetuoa la eUernitvaj.
Mfls at Chroitk Inva'itf tcjtl
Kr. lUr Trwr. 21 Wett Tiird
Bt New Aikaay. la. ay; "KMaey
iase kal rSee4 as a hry!a
Uvw4l I lay la tW
taaaii ta tacrra ftaael
or faC yy rlbt
tiask tt t v,"u ta
tls srrail lU. I
laW tb I'-rt ir cl
aWwa 1 cy cao
aii tb sVxfytrsv
Ta klttay -Ttin,a
ere k'gtlr e'or4 a4 eva-i tewrrV
! k'y. Marked faicrTcnr.ext foCc.-s4
I tb ef xu i Klia'T nr. la f.x
wek I was a a-a vozia. My fr..ia
are) r"'.f fT-f aaarvel at Ky recovery."
Rmair tl us-Lroa".
For saU ay all 'uer. M eca
box. Foener X:S-jra Co, fcafiio. N. T.
S'jaiger I expposw yon f-ec;' b
this town tilnk yyi hav the crt&t
clixa'.e In tbe erxrttry?
Man VTi-b a Cel l No; lat wo ekis
the rre.'-t variety.
, HOV A DCCTCH CUP.ED SCALP
' "T"hen I was tea or tweiv yeara
; old I had aca-'p d'jeaae, socein
' like scail head. UO'.gh It wasn't that.
I islered far crreral ar.ee tha, axd
; tcost of try hair exxa ott. FValiy
j they had doctor to e mo aid ta
! reomiBes4e4 th-o Cctlct?a Eejaee&oa,
1 They cmred ane la a few weka. 1
; have ce4 th CtrUcura Ibeceeiiea. also.
for trexklag otit oa my hand ar.d
waa benefited a great tteaL I haven't
had aay mora trochl with tho calj
disease. Mlsa Jessie T. Buchanan.
B. r. a 3, Uai;:toB. G Jan. 7.
Ket with smurr-'a Circu.
P. 7. Baracan. tha lan-oas circa
it an. one wrote: 1 tare had ti
CuUcura F.ecodies v3oit" Lh coo
ttnts of my scedlciao chest with my
' lion for tho last '.hre oeascrcs. and I
; can cheerfully certi?y tiat they werw
i very erect! v In every ca which
caiied for tieir uiee."
The Mini' In tit teit worSd.
I Tommy, the La-st ahail he first.
Tociay Say, won't I hia ohefa
; the minister comes to uppr at ouf
; tour up there! Puck.
If You Aro a Trie Sensitive
AtjMl mm W yew ilwe. wir roio
mmt riMM W haHa a -eir. t owl iLa
K. iruvreic ever-ffr tni ftlw.
r-ewr-M T-.r4. f . a, l-r g I 4
'- ITWI Mel fMluft. Jettf UMS lft.ug t-.r
Wnrtek4 ta rw iJtwAer Sk4 rrym bm. 6.
t Kl. Atlra, A-ma a ui aeifc
1 M N. V.
Tetlir.g a Li.
Mr Jolly boy W hero cn ! tav
Mr J I cannot tell a tie; I vo booat
at my cTcv
Mr J That where wo differ. I
can tell a !e whn I hear coo.
Yc-ulh t invariably prewrat ta tho
eld age cf a great snan. Ho Btvor
cvmpietety ree llfe'a 8rt ollllr.
Prof. lUrrl iik. kford.
aru ctaoa avail, ki t at
FVeMiM he in riMry boaoo. Atk vrur f-rr,-w
lor ii. Lcag J . (acsa euiy i crut.
Th da; ear not mere rt(Uieici of
themaelaeo: tetmorrow wlil hav a bet
ter moaning T. T. hi auger. I) IX
er ..a,. , s ii, i
I "-t nue,tv kun
A f trt w-.tl tell how a mn mad
lev lo her when h did to hltn.
tkii -fc' ta etjexur
TlCMT V"1 A, J c
TilK "X.Ujt M TOt. SH2KT
TUX CHVH-H3 SKIN ILHAKl
TtmreiA - ti oeutacV'lwa,
Btacs iie).-.aWMu UnlKee
A li't.eM mt r
- w! ekal a urn ! la th
1 ao e-ee-.UtN
Wi ei 4aK enOW nlu. vl
" i eHe ' i ii n i u irf
'!. tfc-a emi-e a4 etto l-J.
i or aw n.eii tt r.a n
A trkt .!( ,... ew ta
. mmit -we MM u4 tV-K
fx ewcuvm Siuet tmt lm4 w Me
urvtittiM t-i'urowr cm.
IHK. I wttitw kaaawre. kvL
BlTf!T vft tterii rT ivs r-
i SttSI -reM'ti nr , V It. j, a
iMaearal et U. ruvjM 4. W nMwk.lLti