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WU If. HOLLAND fuMUh.r.
MILITAflV AND NAVAL NOTES.
A tmRlt corns I to V organized At
ItcfOMtl Ueat Win, I Heed, drat In
fantry, will proceed to IMnnr Jel Hlo,
CuW. and jvrin ltd refitment.
A Cuban dock laborer wna killed by
n CiitMn offleer, caused by trouble (ivor
money twitters. The dock laborers
lr been paid.
Itobllcatlnn of n sensational docu
ment Ht Paris Involves a now set o(
Hraon In matters ivarUitnltvt to the
The superb Jeweled sword voted Ad
rnlral Dewey Ity eengreaa will be pre- .
rented te him by the president upon '
the formor'a atMral nt Washington, I
Private Henry I.. Ifclwnrdn, general
acrvlec, Port Skim Houston, Tex., U
tntnafered to company P. alzth Infan
try, stationed nt (tint pout.
Limit Oliver tlorndon, company C.
third Texas, has nirdo liU flnnl settle
ment with the government nnd re
col rtl hit receipt In full.
(Ion. Hornet wna trlod by court
martini In Spain for refusing to fight,
n duel nnd dlamlased, from the nervier.
Ill religion (Human Catholic) foiblda
A gnmo of Imselwll wni plnyrd by
American troops on Luzon lalnnd. Tim
ensurgenta wore In the vicinity nnd
occasionally n Mnuaer bullet would
whistle over the players' hoads.
The report that Corp. Jam mi C. Hnm
Tnerbtirg, of comtmny 0. twentieth
KniiMH, from Cherryvllle, died from
hi wound! In the Philippine In un
true. Among rceont arrivals on the steam
er Cunltynnn from Cubnn porta were
Mrn. Hen. Wilson nnd MIim Wilson,
Capt. Jntnea Thompson nnd twelve fe
The anniversary cclebrntlon of the
Ituthorford rangcra nt Houston waa nn
enjoynblo nffalr. The members of the
Houston artillery attended In uniform,
flevornl oflloors nnd clvlllnna mtidc ad
dreaaea. 'A memornndum from the Filipino
rlerR)' hna been received by the pope.
It la auppoaod to bo n request to lodge
n complaint agnluat Aincrlrn'a alleged
atrocities In tho Philippines.
At n meeting nt Ilorhostor, N. Y., of
over 4000 oDrmnu-Amerlrnna lately
resolutions were ndnpted denunrlntory
to creatlnic a hostile spirit between the
United state and Clermnny.
The will of the Into llnron Heraehnll,
the former lord rlfnnrellor nnd mem
ber of the Atiglo-Amerlcnn Canndlnn
rommlaalon, who died In Wellington
on March 1 Inat, won probated. The
tatat Is valued ut 163.000.
rPench Premier Dupuy took occn
Ion, on the unveiling of the monu
ment to Charles Thomna Ploquct, late
premier, who wounded Oen. Iloulnnger
In a duel In 1898, nnd who died In 1800,
to denounce lloulangor nnd his follow
ers an a menace of pence.
Part of tho llrltlah tronpa aent Into
tho disturbed dlatrleta nonr Hong Kong
returned to that city after tnklng poa
session of ICowloon City. Tho Chinese
garrUwin woh dianrmed, tho llrltlah
flag wna hoisted nnd fifty men left to
rnrrlaou the town.
The Parla Pnlvors publlahed n do
free of the Hmperor of Chlnn which
contains Ave article, and whleh offle
lally recognizes tho Itomnn Catholic
religion a one of the rctlgiuna of the
empire, and lu folio were aa entltl-d
to the same protection from the local
mandarins and gvernora aa any of
the rollKiona of the Chinese.
Admiral Dewey's homecoming by
way of the Mediterranean is likely to
give occasion for dbHtlngiilahlng hon
ors from the nav!a of llro, most at
them UIhk raareaealed by extensive
aqaaUroHa Ih those water, and some
of them ttarlag naval stations at Med
The Ipaalsk mlalster of Baa nee,
Martial Vllavtrit. has laaaed a decree
rloalag Immediately lb regtatera of
foreign bondholders, Ih order to de
ride who la entitled to Hold wrwHti
nn Ute oxtsfnal deM comhom under
the recent law.
Heih ItKHMtu n ad Great rirlUIn Imy
lilvea aowrancea that AisoHeaii Inter
tats In CMltM will Hot he Jeopardized.
The ClerawH mtHMW went to the
environ of Mote rootHllr to wttHeoa
nxperlmsoei wlik aa aeotylea lamp,
the iHTSMtloH of the cawkMutoer of the
fortreos, 0. Nsisso. Tk lamp was
alHwn to be most txeolloNt for tbe
aearoh nt IwUMMds for tbe woNHded.
Tbe srsjMac oNkers of tbe war do
raHNMiit ate of tbe optalstM tbat tbe
great lt-lftrb K now betax rvaotriM-t-cd
at tbe Watorvllrt arseaal will be
tnoeiNUd aad roadr (or trial by the
early fall. Tbe sjua will shuot. it la
aid, flfleea miles.
Things of Recent Hap
pening (n the Grant
VlilUil tiy Ulln.n.
Urynn, Tex., Mny it. Rcoretary
Wilson arrived nt tho ngrloutural and
mechanical ml lego nt 11 n. m. Sntur
day on a apeclnl train nupplltnl through
the eaurteay of tho International nnd
Ureal Northern Hnllrond company, and
was nceomimuleit by hln son nnd pri
vate aocretnry, Mr. Jnraes W. Wilson,
nnd Mr. J. II. llawley, genornl agent,
and Mr. O. I. Noble, naalatntit gener
al auporlntendent of the International
and Great Northern.
Mr. Wllaon was met nt the datot by
Prof. It. II. Whltlock. vlco proaldeut
of tho college: Prof. J. II. Council, di
rector of the experiment station, nnd
Prof. It. II. Price, entomologist and
horticulturist, nnd wna conducted to
tho presidents olllco, where the faculty
nod oltlcers of tho collage wore Intro
duced. After nn hour'a conversation on noil,
climate, crops nnd tho neoda of agri
culture In this ntnto, during whleh Mr.
Wilson gurc frco cxproaslon to IiIh lm
prewilou of tho afnto, he wna ahown
through tho various depnrtmonta of tho
eollego, paying apeclnl attention to
thoso devoted to horticulture), agricul
ture, chemistry nnd votorlnnry work.
Mr. Wllaon is nn agricultural nnd
mechunlcul eollego man, und was di
rector of tho lown station. 'He display-j
(hi a mouetti out pcrreci familiarity
with tho work throughout, and asked
many queetlona that woro readily an
swered by Prof. Council, who conduct
ed the party on Its tour of observation,
and himself gavo unassuming evidence
of tho thorough understanding nnd
enptctty he hna for tho Important work
on hla hnnda. These fncls were nottd
by Mr. Wllaon, who took frequent oc
raalon to commend tho work, nnd add
ed Hint nil thnl can bo done nt tho
college, with tho room and moans at
command, la now being done by those
having the work In hand. After look
ing nt tho departments Mr. Wllaon wna
shown through tho barna, fields, truck
patches, orchards and vineyards. All
wcro clean nnd growing ucnutlfully,
with nn abundance of grnpta nnd
Tho whole rnmpus la rich In verdure
nnd presented n scene which made tba
sccrotary'a alert oyea apnrklo with
pleasure In roply to nn Inquiry by
tho reporter Mr. Wllaon anld:
"You hnvo 3(10 students here nnd you
should hnvo 1&00 or 3000, to do Justice
to tho mnny Industries of this great
state. In comparison with other states,
tho prospecta of dovolopment to that
standard depends entirely on the two
pie of Texnn."
When asked whnt tho people must
do with the cheap cotton problem
which la mndo all tho more aerlous
by tho boll weevil, Mr. Wllaon said:
"Crop dlvHalllrittlon la t!o remedy
for woods, InaertH nnd bacteria, which
can only bo got rid of by tho rotation
of crops. Thin work Ih quite promis
ing so far n It hna gone, but It baa
not gone fur enough."
In this connection the secrotnry sug
gested the mining of ulfalfa and tho
feeding of It and cotton aod products
to the 300.000 hvd of beef ateera an
nually shipped nortlutrum Texas, the ;
?-. ... .
Antl Ttuit lllll rmoM.
The nntt-tnut bill cntne up la the
senate Monday nftcrnoon.
Dar.Jion called up tho frco confer
ence commlttco ropo't.
Tho said report atnt.ea out section 7
from the bill, which oxempta labor or
gnnliatlons, ngrlctiltur.tllata nnd live
atook ralaora from tho oporntlona of the
Hongor, Lowta nnd (Ircor offered a
motion to rrieet the report nnd sub
mit tho bill back to tho anmo coin
mltteco with Instructions to report it
wlh an nddllonnl section to rend:
"Provided, that Ida bill ahttll not bo
understood or construed to prevent the
organization of laborers for tho pur
pose of maintaining any standard of
Ho argued at length In aupport of
Davidson opposed tho motion.
Urcor aH3ke In favor of tho motion.
Miller moved to table tho motion,
which prevailed by the following vote:
Yona Alice, Davidson, Dlbroll,
(lough. Orlnnnn, Jumes, Kerr, Lloyd,
McOee, Miller, Morris, Torroll, Way-lnnd-13.
Naya Hums, Oroer, Hanger, Johu
ean, liwta, Patterson, Itoae, Htnffurd,
The report was then adopted by a
vote of IB to 0.
The aonnto noxt took up the flrubb
Industrial school bill nnd on Miller's
motion for previous queatlou Hunger
moved a call of tho sonuto and refused
to oxciibo absentees.
Tho bill by 1-owls nnd Dlbrcll, defln-
lUnl nt Work,
Hoport of committee wns adopted
by sennte Prldny providing for roton
I Hon of tho following clcrka after ad
' Journment of the acialon to complcto
nl work Incident to thla aoaalon:
Secretary, Journal clerk and nealstnnt
Journal clerk thlrty-flvo dnya, post-
mnatcr six days nnd engrossing nnd en
rolling clerk two dnya, nil at $5 per
On motion of Mr. Hanger tho sennte
concurred In houao amendments to At
tcco'a bill nuthorlxlng tho laaunnco of
I patents to lands which under tho nil
, Ing of tho land aftlco nnd tho decisions
jot tho courts belong to tho public
school fund of tho stnte and which mny
iinvo neon applied for nnd purchased
na public domnln.
The aennte recessed for ton minutes
In ordor to nfford tho aenntora nn op
portunity to meet the Hon. Jnmca Wll
aon, United Stntos aecrctnry of ngrl
culture, who wns present In the aennte j
Resolution by Mcdfce wns ndopted
providing for printing nnd binding In
sheep 310 volumes of the senate Jour
nals of this session for distribution
among the members and oHloem of
Pccry'a houao bill providing for tho
destruction of prairie dogs was klllod
by hnvlng Its enacting clnuan atrlcacn
lllll by Ynntla nmondlng tho prcaont
anti-trust statute by prescribing the
ponnltlcB nn embraced In tho new taw
wna pnaaed to ongrosament.
In tho houao the bill to tax Incomes
PASTURE AND FAflM,
Ing n further enure of continuance In of mora thnn 2000 wna taken up.
chit nnd criminal cnacs wns pawed
The Patterson hill prohibiting gam
bling In cotton futures wan ordered en
grossed. Vaughn's hauae bill providing for tbe
organization oC tho state mlllUa wna
Klttrcll'H houao bill, nmondlng the
Houston city charter, wan pusscd to a
third rending nnd pawed finally.
On motion of ldoyd, tho ncunto con
currcd In houao uuieuduicuta to hla bill
amending tho a tray law.
On motion of Davidson, the aennte
concurred In bouse amendments to hla
bill amending the fish and oyster law.
A message was received from tho
governor announcing additional no
Dlbrcll'a bill, appropriating fCOOO to
construct mouumeutH In tho state cem
etery to tho memory of duns, Bam
Houston nnd Albert Kidney Johnston,
wna paascd finally.
McOcc's b:il, placing mnrphlno nnd
cocnluo In tbe category with whisky
mi to tho oxccsbIvo two of aumo being
not considered aa n defenao for com
mitting crime, wna engrossed.
The nuthor of tho bill, Mr. Morrow.
offorlng nn amondment embodying tho
proposition mndo by Mr. Pecry aovorn'
dnya ngo nnd then voted down, to re
duce tho tax from 2 to 1 per cent Tho
amendment wna ndopted nnd tho bill
Tho aennte bill to authorize tho sev
eral counties to Invest their pcrmnnont
school fund In their awn bonds wnn
Intd boforo tho houao nnd dlarusiod
for some time, r.ftcr whloh Ita further
consideration wna postponed to Juno
3, which practically killed tho bill.
Tim homo took up nnd passed the J
bill relating to tho construction of
drains, dltchea nnd water courses an(
for tho Improvement nnd enlargement
of nnturr.1 drnlnngo.
Hill punishing lllcgnl mnrrlngo pass
ed. Secretory Wllaon addrcaaed the
Tho bill by Mr. Bmlth of Ornyaon to
provide for the creation of n sinking
fund to retlro stnto bonds mnturlng
In 1S0D, 1001 nnd 1009 passed.
Hurglary bill passed.
Mr. Wrwten submitted tho report of
tho frco conference committee on tho
nntl-trust bill, nnd It was adopted bj
Aiiful Niiirm. . .......
, ... . i a viva roco vote without opposition,
fitephenvlllo, Tox., Mny SS.Purt o-1
ulnra reachwl horo of tho torrlble work
raising of trnlned nna gnltml horseti to
supply the world's present strong do
innnd, In whleh pursuit tbe distin
guished visitor declared It la univer
sally reeognlziMt the southern man ex
cels; In dairying, for which nn other
state hna greater natural ndrnntaKta
nnd bettor nnd cheaper forego rrotM
thnn Terna, nnd dnlrylHg brought
wmilth to the lown farmers when they
wre nt their wits' end with wheat, In
raising spring lambs for the northern
maritflt, because Texas excels In rais
ing aheep, and mutton la in aa much
demand ami is as necessary to tbe mar
ket aa are strawberries."
TmIIm. Tex., May M. Tbe Tex
Preen Msaoelatlow ehote I Irea bam for
Rest year's ttwoe r Hweilag.
IHeetlam sf nMcsora resmltod aa fol
lows: President. W. II. Mayes of
HrowHWMtd; first rice ureoldant. 11. V.
Harris sf Oreenvltle; second vice (ires
tdent. T. II. Kapler of Wlaaboro:
third vice resWent. C. N. Oualey of
Oalveaton; aoeretary, Prank Veraon of
Ulses; treaatirer, C P. Ibmaa of Hal
leitarllle. re-elected: attorney IL O
Venter of lhtllaa. reoleotod; wntttr,
Itoaer Thomas of Ladoala; essayist.
A. M. KeuNedy of Moxla; poet. ('. K.
Omdey of Oalveeton.
A carriage drive was trader tba
editors ami a baasjaet at tbe Dallas
brewery. A diminutive band pr was
preMHlail by Scarff & O'Coaaor.
Leolle Mowers. 9 years obi, 'blw
playtHg with a ealf at Vaa AbXyae,
Tex., beaamo entancUd la a rape
around ie animal's nfA and was tv
of nn electrical storm In the northern
part of thla county Hunday afternoon,
At Mount rieaannt llaptlat church,
seventeen mtloa north of this plaoc,
the cungregutlon had bueu dismissed
nnd had started homo, but when the
storm was aeon to bo approaching ao
rapidly fifteen persona returned nnd
took refuge lu tho church. In the
midst of tho storm n bolt of lightning
struck tho church, coming down tho
stovepipe Into tho house.
A young man named Will Kntifmnn
wna Instantly killed nnd nine other
peraona were allocked aevcrely, two of i
whom arc not expected to live.
Mrs. Ilowcn, wlfo of one of tho well-to-do
cltlzena of that section, was sit
ting holding her nursing bnbo. Hho
wns atruck by tho deadly current nnd
stunned, but (ho bnbo was unhurt She
wns removed to her homo as soon as
the storm pussod by nnd the best medi
cal aid summoned.
A young lady waa also struck nnd
her clothing nnd bIiooh badly burned.
She la also In n critical condition. Tho
other seven parsons nre not ao badly
Cleburne, Tex., May Sf. In blasting
n ditch In which to lay aewer pipe Ixm
Clrlltln waa nwldwitly killed. He hnd
laid two sticks of dynamite nnd only
one exploded. He went down to re
arrange Uie remaining one and Just aa
be waa beading over It tbe charge ex
ploded, tearing one aide of lit face
away and crushing his skull. He lived
for several hwira. The deceased wns
a hard-working man and leaves a fam
ily of several children.
Dnllna, Tox., Mny 30. At yoaterdny'i
acaalon of the Texnn ltdltorlnl naao
elation the ropnrta of the legislative
nnd libel committees were adopted, the
latter nfter a lively debate. A special
libel commlttco, thc psrsonncl of whMi
Is Mr .H. 0. Sontcr, W A. Shaw, P. P.
Holland, Clnrcnco Oualoy nnd II. W.
Mnrtln, wna nppolntcd Tho commit
tee la to report n suttnblo libel law to
noxt year's convention, unlms n apeclnl
acaalon of tho legislature la hold, when
the commlttocc la to act aa It deems
Tho pnrndo of the Cnllpha was a
grnnd affair nnd heartily enjoyed.
Onttllng guna wcro fired, nlao cannon,
whlln n largo band and military parti
cipated, Tho editors were then eacorted to
the fair grounds, whoro they were
banquctted by tho aPIr nnsoclntlon.
At night, nt the opera house, "Tho
Itlvnla" wnn preaentod for their cn
The governor signed the Texas and
New Orlonna and the Owif, Ileaumont
?nil Kansas City railroad consolidation
bills, and allowed the Cotton Holt con
tilldntlon bill to boeame a law without
I.rfl fur aimilln.
Snn Antonio, May 20. Henry A.
Harrington, formerly corporal of the
eight cavalry, and later first lieuten
ant of tho fourth Texnn volunteer In
fantry, was commissioned second
lieutenant of tho regular army nnd
went to Manila with the sixth Infan
try. He Is n Texan boy nnd tho only
man to pass out of a class of a dozen
The Maaona of Ran Antonio nnd vl
clity will lay tho eorner atone of thr
Travta park Confederate msnument
on June 3.
Austin. Tex., May M.-Uat of dele
gatea appointed by (lov. Mayers (p
participate in n eouferonee to l held
under the auiplaes sf the elvlc fedenv
tmn sf Chicago In tlmt city. Jane K tb
M. IS$9, to eonaidar the subject or
tntftia and their retail on to eeoaomla
oHdlllsN geasrally: Hons. Coril H.
wallb. It. U. Prlnse. A. II. Davidson,
W. T. lluras. IVamett Olbba, Dudley O.
Woeten and II. P. Otirtta, ISsq., of
Parla, Tex., Mny 30. Jim flaundirs,
formerly n atreot oar driver here, wna
found guilty of murder In the first de
gree and given n llfo sentence by the
Jury In the district court Ho killed
Harry Pellowa In this city last No.
Wllion nt lit Alamo (Ulj.
8n Antonio. Tox., Mny SO. JamM
Wllaon, secretary of agriculture, ar
rived In San Antonio on a apeolal train
from Palestine nnd was given a sere
nade and reception laat night, whleh
was attended by some thousand cltl
zena. He left at 1 o'clock last night
for College Stallion.
He said that hla visit to 8an Antonio
and vicinity waa 1IU entering Into a
new, rich nnd resourceful atnte, ao dif
ferent from what he had aeon. He was
given a sombrero and pelon doc
Wheat and oats will soon be read?
Throo largo glna nro to bo erected
Considerable cotton la being planted
nround Iowa Park.
Toxna rnlaca one-nineteenth of tho
aheep In the United tSntcs nnd atnndi
l.co Htoa. of Snn Angela bought from
Benton Keith sovonty-flvo 2-ycar-old
steers nt 122.
Onta In Ornyaon county nro heading
finely nnd cro long they will bo ready
for tho reapers.
Partners In tho vicinity of Orlap,
Hills county, nro organizing n atook
company to put up n flour milt.
Tl:. Hopkins County Wool 0 rowers'
association sold their spring clip nt
Sulphur Springs for HU cents por
pound; 2K.O0O pounds in thla ante.
It la thought Hint tho noxt acaalon
of the Ocoigln legislature will consider
the uniformity plan In cotton clnsslfl
cntlrn. M. llnlff ft nro. nro now stocking
their pnaturea with yearling ateera
from Inoz, nenr Penranll. They recent
ly received thlrty-ono enra.
It la anld tlmt Inrgo qunnltlca of sor
ghum will bo aown In Prlo county thin
yenr. It la rcgnrded na n most excel
lent feed for cnttlc.
W. .1. Ico of Helton bought from
Tnlbott ft OIIIIb of Bohlelcher county
200 3 nnd 4-yenr-nld ateera nt $26.50,
which atock will be put on cotton aecd
menl for feed.
Mr. John R. Owcna of Wills Point
recently shipped In n amnll herd of
thoroughbred reglatercd red Durham
entile, nnd will put thorn on hla ranch,
south of Hint city.
Dnle Hiob. of Ilonhnm shipped twelve
enra of cnttlo to Ht. IOtils, recently,
tho third shipment of tho post week.
These entile hnvo nit been fed nt non
hnm during tho past wlntor.
Pine rnlnn hnvo fallen In Knox coun
ty, relieving the atookman nnd farm
era. Kaily whent will not mnko more
thnn half n crop. Spring wheat looks
fine. Corn nnd cat a aro good. Cotton
plnntliig wna delayed on account of the
MnJ. Wlckmnn of Snn Antonio
bought from Henn Pros, of Independ
ence, Pecos county, 1700 muttons, nftor
shearing, nt $2.02'4; from T. T. Dow
ney of Pccob county, 6000 muttons nt
13; from Duncnn Campbell of Pecos
county, $00 muttona at $3. GO.
Ilev. I. H. Klmbrough on nine drove
wna In Henrietta n few days ago and
stated tlmt ho hnd killed ovor 1000 Jack
rabbits during tho pnat year nnd took
out ammunition to contlnuo tho work
of annihilating tho deattuctlvo pests.
Mr. D. C. Hilt of McKlnnoy, fed
nbout 2100 cnttlo tho past Benson nnd
mbnrkeled them nt n range of $4.40 to
Ifi.Sfi, tbe nvcrngo being nbout $4.75,
nnd tho highest In hla oxperlcnco aa a
fcod-r. Por n bunch of 2-year-olds he
got $fi.26 earlier In the season.
l.nst winter there wna n heavy loan
In tango horses. Prom some seotlons
It la reported that horses died by tho
thouwinda. They were regarded by
ninny na worthless. Rlnco spring camo
I horo hna suddenly developed a sur
prising demand for rango liaises.
Two prominent shlppcrn of Texas,
J. J. Hlttaon of Ablleno nnd T. J. Crog
gin of Moikel nro credited with having
purchased 10,000 head of cattle In tbe
Mormon colonies near Cosss arandes,
Mex., for ahlppment to tho Panhandle
and the Pecos valley.
Toxu Is sixth In corn ncrcnge In tho
United States, the number of acres be
ing 4.I13.40S; In the United States,
77,7X1.781. which la nlao ono-uliioteonth.
In bushels fur 1808 tho atnte la sixth
and made a showing of 106,37.000; In
tho Pulled 8'ntea, 024,184,600, which
la one-nineteenth of corn ia buahela.
T. U Illnekmon, who repretenta the
Home Land nnd Cnttlc Company, oncd
one of the truly big outfits of tho coun
try, which handled from 240,000 to
300,000 cattle during ten years of tho
beat part of Ita oxlatenro nnd ahlpped
M.oes head In 1808, anld that the com
pany would probably atoek up again
The strawberry crop around Mlneola
wna damaged noma by the rains.
The extremely oold weather and
lute spring seem to have had compara
tively little effect on the Texas strnw
bcrry crop, and roporta from tho grow-
1 .11. ....1-1.. t .l.li.m.i.l.
I iiih uiHiriBI Bliuw uiiuruiuim buii'iiiviiib.
Their flnvon alao, la fully up to tho
uaual standpoint, likewise their size.
Mr. T. 0. Hnrrlaon of Now York, ctly,
who with hla brother owns about JS0,
000 acres of land In Taylor county and
have thereon 12,000 head of cattle, says
there have been wonderful ohanges
In western Toxns olneo his visit la
Will Nat ARet III Shsr.
"Let me caution you, admiral, that It
will not do for you to get too far away
from your fleet You can't tell what
"Thnt doesn't worry me."
"Ilecnine it wouldn't affect my share
of the prlzo money In tho slightest de
gree." Happlncaa In aald to bo rather elua-
Ive, but you con catch It it you but uso
tho rltht bait.
A laborious entertnlnor makes any
entertainment n burden.
The beginning of a letter Is harder
to wrlto than. Ita ending.
Tlie l'nwrrnf Mnrm.
The Caymnn Islands were nearly
overwhelmed by he recent storm. Ap
parently sccuro things nro not anfe.
Kven It you hnvo health be on your
guard. Dlscnro works ntoalthlly. An
occasional done of Hosteller's Stomach
Hitters will keep tho bowels regular
and dlarnao at bny. It you hnvo Indi
gnation nnd constipation try it
All work and no pay inaTtes Jnck a
"Tfilnh of Ease
But Work On."
If your blood is impure you
may "work on" but you
c&nnotevcn "think of ease. "
The blood is the greatest sus
tainer of the body and when
you make it pure by taking
Hood's Sarsaharilla you have
the perfect health in which
even hard work becomes ease,
rniiinnr ninwiffi ii iir
lUttd'i mil nn llttf lllti tht n oh IrrlUtlof tnS
'Mr tUiuU to tm wllh'lfa'i tliriMrinZ
A (lilrinlil Curo.
MmI dlAVvll In ui rhictlr i'antllpllii
nf r Monty itli l4rd
Curt i l. v nlj ril,rll" ) f uaiiMMti m ui
vnitfviiri, i-, nr.
Plnd fault with youraolf, but never
We will forfeit itOOO If any of oar pnb
llilied teitlmoulnls nre proven to bo net
genulns. Tub Pito Co., Wsrron. Pa.
The front gate la now tho rendezvous
for youthful lovers.
The llt PrricrlpHon for Uhllli
and Fevrr Is a bottle of Clnovs's TASTBLtsa
Cuit.l. Toxitt H Is simply Iron and quinine
Inn taklelcts form. Nocurc nopsy. Prlcc.tOs,
Mornl courngo la rcqulalto to keep
our troubles to ouraelf.
Halt's Cutsrrh Cure
Is a conitltutlonal care. Price, 75a
Miles of the valley nro In high fav
or with brides nnd bridesmaids-
Ilest nnd toes farthest, give itlffneu and
elsntlclty. No tticklug. bluterlng or break
ing. Kvrry grocar sells it, uoarly every
body uiet ft. 10o a package
A successful dentist Inu'at hnvo an
exceedingly atrotig pull.
Do Your Aehe nnit flornT
Shake Into your shoes, Allan's Poni
Kaao, a powder for tho feet It makes
tight or New Shoes feel I2nay. Cures
Corns, Uunlona, Swollen, Hot nnd
Sweating Pcet. At nil Druggists and
Shoe Stores, 2Sc. Sample acnt Kill: 13.
Address Allen 8, Olmatcd, Lclioy, N. Y.
An otherwise lovely toilette can bo
ruined by a fronk paraaol.
Nn Cure Su Vnf
la tho way I'iNDi.KrM Kvk Sai.vr
la told. Clironlo nnd (Irnnulntcd lids
cured In SO days; common t-oio oyoa
In !l daya, or monoy back for tho ask
ing. Hold by all drugiflits. or by
mull, 'J6c. lox.
J. P. Haytkh, Docatur. Toxns.
PHrmers from almost every seetlcra
of Pannln county say that the oat crop
will be Immense thla year. They are
kept busy now trying to give the cot
ton and corn a chance to outgrow
weeds and crabgrnaa, as the continued
ralua have retarded work.
An Excellent Combination.
The plensant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Srnur or Flos, manufactured by tho
OAt.iroiiNU Pio fivnui- Co., illustrate
tho value of obtaining thu liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative nnd presenting
thorn In tho form moat refreshing to the
taato and acceptable to the ayatem. It
la the ono perfect atrcngthenlng laxa
tive, cleansing the avalem effectually,
dispelling colds, hcadnohea and fevers
Sently yet promptly nnd enabling ono
overoomo habitual constlmtlon per
manently. Ita perfect freedom from
every objectlonablo quality and sub
stance, and Its acting on the kidneys,
liver nnd bowels, without weakening
or Irritating them, inalco It tho Ideal
In tho process ot manufacturing figs
nro used, as they nro pleasant to the
taato, but tho mtxlLinnl qualities of tho
remedy aro obtained from senna and
other aromatlo plants, by a method
known to tho Cam poiinia Pio Kvnt'i
Co. only. In order to got Its beneflclnl
ciTecta and to avoid Imitations, plcaso
remomber the full nnmo of the Company
printed on tho front ot every paokagc.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAH rOANOlSCO. OAU
TXUISVILI.- ICY. HXtV YORK. K. T.
rortale by alt Urazcitti.-Prlce SOc. pcrtwttta
Tuote txM (Wt'ny.r, tbe
Dutoher's Fly Killer
not only kills tna parent n. bgt
lirfiDUU npruduvtluu. A kbttl
will kill a Quart
Atk jwt iiruiteWl or 'Irwr
t UTUU HN 99. ,11. LUM, tu