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'it County In ICntum.
'.a COUntV. ftVarnplnir nnl.
vo tho sea lovol. Is tho low.
i Kansas. Choyonno coun-
Colorado bordor, 1,000 fcot
ca, Is the highest.
M of s Ilntf-Mllllon.
If Goorgo N. Kennedy, ox-
810 supremo court of Mary-
ies of property valued at
.500,000. Syracuse unlvora
about $40,000 and novoral
es get JG.OOO oach.
"L tho IllKlinat 1'iUa
, Y., Oct. Tho Xe
ng Mnchlno Co. 1ms today
veil, at tho I'nti-Aincricau
tho hlylist prize, the cov
nedal, fc tho best fumllv
; Irlcs of Now V'orK,
f -tho business of supply
'orlt with city milk, tho
Now York stuto havo an
of $43,4r.OO0O In cows, and
ultig amount In dalrr
fixtures an amount not
1 50 000 000,
16n Onnonltn MMnlnn.
station has been ostah-
ito a mission house of tho
ilonary Society in Pales-
t nil entering tho houso
Eyvho might wl3h to hear
m'.r from comlnc unJor
r Ilntlia for t!oj.
liment Is being tried In a
J'ork public school of glv-
s shower baths In tho
Tho equipment Is such
y can have a bath onco In
a good deal oftener than
uld bntho otherwise. Tho
ten In recess lime, and thp
1 said to bo popular.
Snacke returned from
the Kaiser Wllhelm der
tho following Fatherland
hlch ho was not required
Tho translation la bis
is tho difference between
ailghty and Kaiser Wlll-
0 Lord Almighty knows
ho Kaiser knows bettor."
USING POOR FOOD
Will Lead to the Enter's Degradation,
Probably th- stntement that persons
pt today do not live as welt, In the
matter of eating, as their ancestors,
will be met with a vigorous denial;
yet tbore Is no doubt of Its truth. The
fcamo cleverness which supplies us'
with so many comforts unknown to a
provlous generation has provided also
food adulterations which, In many
cases, aro positively harmful. Tho
Ior,don Lancet says: "There can be no
doubt that during tho past decado food
has undergono a steady degradation,
and this cannot be without a demoral
izing Influence upon tho human rnce.
It will bo noticed that by far tho ma
Jorlty of cases of tampering with food
relate to tho substitution of a cheap
er article rather than to tho add'tlon
of an Injurious substance Tho com
mon defenso Is that modern conditions
of llfo make subslltu'lon a necessity.
It Is dim cult to seo tho logic of such
a defense at lenst In a number of
lnbtanco3. It Is urged, for Instance,
that Jam or marmalade cannot bo
made without the addition of glucoso,
which prevents the pieiervo from
crystallizing. Now, long before glu
cose was a household word Jams and
marmalade were made and very good
they were, too consisting entirely of
tugar and fruit. In tho sanio vay we
Hre told that beer must be browed
(rom sugar, and that browing exclus
ively from malt- prefents untold diffi
culties. Again, go'don Byrtip, which
used formerly to be tho refined syrup
of molasses, now consists largely of
artificial sugar, which Is doubtless a
more marketable product, bi.t It Is not
tho same thing as cane sugar. Even
in tho country good old-fashioned
whoaten bread, with the fascinating
brown color of rich wheaton fluur,
containing tho cntlro nutritious por
tions of the berry and possessing that
delightful whentcn flavor, now seldom.
If over, characteristic of bread, Is dif
ficult to obtnln. Tho inker's loaf is,
ns a rule, a tasteless, insipid article,
which requires a cons'.derable appe
tite before tho idea of eating It can
bo entertained. No wonder that the
taste for bread Is rapidly diminishing,
and undoubtedly less bread Is cor
sumed than used to be tho case. As
Is well known, bread contains almost
every clement of food necessary for
existence, but wo should b sorry for
tho person who tried to subsist en
tirely upon tho mrdcrn uninteresting
loaf mndo from blanched roller mill
flour. It has recently boon stated that
the degradation of tho teeth so no
ticeable among us now Is duo to roller
milling having largely supplanted
stono milling. Wo should not bo sur
prised. Tho d'grada'lrn of food Is n
vory sprlous matter and Is bound to
lead sooner or later to the degradation
of tho eater. No movement could con
fer greater b'esslng upon tho people
th.in that which a'med at bringing
nbout a return to tho older and more
rational methods of preparing food.
Let us see moro of tho homo made
article than wo now sse; lot us re
turn to n.oro palatable food that will
do more good than tho machine mado
stuffti and the enillc38 series of sub
stitutes. In all tho schools throughout
tho land wo would havo tho children
taught tho advantages of homo mado
food, and how tho bread, fruit, Jam,
or even beer and cider can be made
at home. It would encourage a spirit
of Industry, It would glvo us palntn
blo and nourishing articles to eat or
drink and might htvo a very whole
somo effect upon those who seem de
liberately to attcntuate food as much
as posslblo or who pay no regard to
Its natural endowed palatablllty."
St. .Inroli'i Oil.
For Rheumatism, Oout, Sciatica,
Neuralgia, Cramp, Pleurisy, Lumbago,
Soro Throat, Bronchitis, Soroncss,
Drulses, Toothncho, Headache, Back
ache, Keetache, Pains In tho Chest,
Pains In the Hack, Pains in the Shoul
ders, Pains In the Limbs, and all bod
ily nches and pains, It acts llko magic.
Safe, sure and never falling.
Delusions discovered aro romances
under a searchlight.
AltE YOUIt CI.OTII1.S FAtinor
Uno lied Cro Hnll Dluo and miiko thorn
white ngulr Inrgo 3 oz. package, fi ccntx.
Tho wan whoso cdncation is finished
helps to swell tho undertaker's bank
To those who have misfortunes shall
be (riven more.
Mm Wlnntcm'n Soothing Hjrrnp.
Korrhllilrrntrelhlni. oftrn.tho ruiiii, reJiifet lit
flsmiusllun, tlr pain. euro wlmt colic Koa bocilt.
It takes longer to bring1 a carbunclo
to a head than It does to forget a favor.
mpreniloiis of McIUnlfj.
indent of tho Now York
tho following" remarks
nator Tillman regarding
icKlnlcy: IIo wan asked
n 1SDD as to how ho liked
KInloy. Tillman replied:
nt cmbarrassco mo with
tton and confidence). Ho
ovablo man I know."
tAgago a servant or ,mako
phlna It la not considered'
tho "fastening penny"
IL Altlinni-li hi Imri fntth
I In somo matters, yet, to
Ifc, when onco this coin
Jay you tho Chinaman,
1 in. will Generally stick
,'cvcn If tho result to him
XlMUO on Dog.
I dogs w.th. tho names of
s a fem nino fad In Bal-
adontion of this Idea In
lorary circles will bring
kd Into constant demand.
h. Tnero would never oa
hide of an ordinary pet
i.iemla Cholmondoly Ros-
)ctavla Theodosla Attor-
RELICS IN PORTO RICO
Queer Finds In the Is
land That Are Puzzling
J on Cocoa mwl Chocolate.
Y., Oct. 10, 1901. Tho
0 Pan-American exposl-
havo awarded three gold
ter Baker & Co. (Limit-
r. Mass., for the supo-
Kir breakfast cocoa and
pcoa and chocolato prep-
tho excellence- of their
is tho 37th highest
ed by them from tho
tlons In Europe and
l.Lit for MannRrrs.
like London, is to havo
of theatrical managers,
?a calling itself the
r.ca, and Ub avowed
protect tho chorus girl,
who Is on tho list will
use the committee will
that ho treats chorus
pony proporly. Public
the aim of public boy-
he fate of tho manager
get a certificate of high
ilatlon of but little more
Canada pays a governor
1) a year and supports a
mrteen members on an-
"'"Jfcf R000 each; 1U prop-
50 per cent less than it
America, and when the
iverlaB formed somo of the
ibly Nova Scotia, wero
lr surnlus revonuo and
tf "lincroased taxes to racot
. lobt. Naturally there la
P'tcl tho dominion. Er-
New York possesses tho only com
plete collection In existence of arch
aeological treasures from Porto Rico.
This Is now in the American Museum
of Natural History. It was largely
made slnco tho Spanish-American
war. and an explorer who reached
New York recently from tho Island
says there are further archaeological
remains left there.
The native American people of Por
to Rico aro ext'net. They could not en
duro Spanish oppression nnd become
suumUslve slaves, as- might an Afri
can native. But nt one tlmo thoy
wero an Interesting people, well ad
vanced In certain arts, as Now York's
now collection test'flts. Some years
ngo tho museum had a collection of
ancient stone Implements, but the
treasures secured since tho island
come Into our possession completo
and round out that collection.
Tho stono objects woro probably
mado by tho ancestors of the Carlbs.
Thoy differ greatly in fineness of fin
ish, polish and artistic lo-ra irom
stone objects found in other places.
Tho uso of many of these objects Is
unknown. There was no written lan
guage on tho Is and before Ub discov
ery, and tho millions of Carlbs and
Arawaks who lived In the West Indies
have since vanished. There has not
been a blnglo full-blood descendant of
these people living In tho region dur
ing the last half century. Thy names
of places preserve a few of their
words. But there Is no tradition about
tho stono objects.
Strain;" Itellct of Stono Ate.
Among these specimens of the stone
ago are many peculiar rings or ovals
of stono resembling horse collars In
size and shape. S:me weigh twenty
pounds, others seventy, and thoy are
found as deep Jn tho ground as nino
feet. Many aro strang?ly nnd beauti
fully carved. Some of theso resemble
a coll or loop, with one end projecting
beyond tho coll where It seems to bo
Such lino Btone carvings must have
been Intended for berlous and Import
ant uso, pogslbly religious, as religion
above all other powers has led man
to execute difficult and permanent
work. They could not bo collars to
bo worn for punishment, as too much
art Is lavished upon them, but thoy
may have served la religious sacri
Myntcrj- of the Ring! Unnolvml.
The mystery which Mirrouuds these
curious stones is not yet solved, al
though over forty years ago tho sa
vants of Copenhagen, London and
Paris were struggling with tho prob
lem, having but a few specimens. In
1873 Ortey y Tapla of Porto Rico
brought some to New York. Wo now
have many of them In the Museum of
Natural History. Tho mystery of
their use remains unsolved.
Buc there are other Interesting
forms. Ona resembles the lower half
of sued a collar as above described,
Some peoplo aro happy with-but lit
tle, and others aro uilbcrablo with loss.
PUTMAM TADKLKSS DYRSarofnst
tosunllght, washliiframl rubbing. Sold
by druggists, 10c per package.
l)njr Tni-teil the rncM.
A frlond, accompanied by his collie,
rocontly called on M. Provost at tlu
nrtlst's studio In Paris. After nn
hour's chat tno men decided to fenco
n while. Scarcely had tho bout begun
when tho dog, thinking his master at
tacked, flew at Is host, knocking him
down nnd out In short order. Tho
tenclng-mnst was all that saved tho
artist from nn even worso Injury, for
tho Indignant colllo was pulled from
his victim with tho greatest difficulty.
The 'mr II ro Not
Heeently adopted ty one of tho metrppot.
Han tiro ilei'iirlmcntt) litis proven a won
derful success an a llfo saver. Kvery ono
tnkes MH'chil Intercut In any Invention
that will snvo or prolonR life. Thin 1 tho
rensoii o many peou lime lieen prnUltii;
the merlin of llostntter'a Htomiicli Illttem
durlUK the pant llfty snirH. It cures dys
pepla, ImllKeatlun, 1lllousiicsx, nervouh
ncsa. nnd liver nnd kidney trouble. Jinny
tliynlclana irecrlbe utid recommend tU
Do not fall to try It.
In most Qeunnn cltl.a tho "tnxa
moter" cabs aro gradually displacing
nil tho others. Thoy havo nn arrange
ment which tells tho amount of faro
every moment, varying with tho dl&
A time honored horbO Is ono that
lowers the record.
Brooklyn. N. Y., Oct. 14. The value of
OnrlleM Ten, the herb medicine. In bub
Keated by theso fncta: It la a upeclllc for
oil disease of the liver, kidneys, stom
ach ami bowel: It purlfle the blood and
lays tho foundation for health.
Indiscreet charity is
I do notbellCTe Piio'f Cure for Consumption
has nn equal for coukds and colds John if
Uotkui Trinity Sprlnirs. Ind.. Feb. i5. lOou.
Wo will now
havo tho bathloss
but tho carving seems to occupy a dif
There Is a little four-legged metate,
or food-grinding stono, and pestles,
which could have bscn used upon It.
There Is also one with four legs nnd
the head and tall of nn animal, while
the back Is flat or even dish-shaped
and useful for grinding!
llenntlfully Carted IiiinRei.
But these objects, the uso of which
may bo surmised, aro not so Interest
ing ns certain pecu lar'.y carved and
polished Btoneb', reminding ono of
great snails with high backs and
tholr heads on the ground. Somo of
thes3 are really beautifully symmet
rical, well polished and even nnd
made of benu'Iful nnd .variegated
stone. What they could have been
used for Is unknown. Wero thoy
household god?, fetishes, objects wor
shiped by men or by women? It Is
posslblo that carvings may yet bo
found representing ono of them In use,
for tho prehistoric peoplo of Porto
Rico were able to draw realistically,
as Is proved by the carved faces,
homo f which aro fairly well oxecut
ed, although somo aro crude.
Were Skilled rotten.
These people were alio skillful as
potters, and many little pottery heads
are Interesting as they differ from
anything wo have In tho United
Tho early explorers did not observe
tho Mexican paper codices, says tho
Now York Herald, but destroyed
them In their zeal to obliterate all of
the old religion, In order to make
wny for ChrUtlanlty. Had W9 these
books In even a Btnall proportion of
their abundance before tho conquest
wo might find reference In them to
tho inhabitants of tho Islands to the
cast of Mexico, and so passlb.y nolvo
theso Porto Rlcan mysteries.
If everyone knew how good a remedy
was Hamlin's Wizard Oil its sales
would double In a day.
Somo men will do for strangers what
their relatives may ask In vain.
If you wlh Ixmutlful, clear, whlto clothes
at-e Hod Cross Ball Blue. Largo 2 oz.
package, 5 cents.
Tho boy with the cast-off trousers
takes after his father.
flrnt Itrlrk In North Amerlcn.
The first bnckB mado on North Am
erican soil wero manufactured by tho
colonists of Virginia In 1612. They
wero used in building tho church nt
Jamestown and tho residences of tho
governor nnd tho more Important cltl
zons. A portion of Jamestown church
is still etandlng, and tho bricks of
which It wns built are In good pres
ervation nnd appear to havo been
Are You Using Allen's Foot-Em T
It Is the only euro for Swollen,
Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Eaeo, a powder to ho shaken Into
tho shoes. At all Druggists and Shoo'
Stores. 25c Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, LcRoy, N. Y.
Delicate situations arc usually moro
Indelicate than otherwise.
rinRn In "Tramp Cr."
A great many oranges are shipped
East In what aro known as "tramp
cars " There Is no fruit tho prlco of
which fluctuates ns much as does that
of oranges, consequently thousands of
carloads of tho fruit aro started East
with somo uncertain destination. Tho
car may bo consigned to Kansas City,
but in tho meantlmo thero aro agents
watching In the East for tho best mar
kets and on telegraphic Information
the car may bo ordored on to Chicago
or Now York.
We offor Ono Hundred Dollars reward for nn
ease of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by ilall's
Catarrh Cure. , ,
V. 1. CHENEY Si CO.. Props.. Toledo, O.
Wo. tho undersigned, havo known P. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 yoars and bollovo him
perfectly honornblo In all business transactions
and financially ablo to carry out any obliga
tions mailu by their tlrra.
West & Truai. Wliolcslo Druggists, Toledo.
O.; Wnldlnir, Klnnan & Marvin, WnolesaU
DruKKlsts. Toledo. OUIa
llafl'H Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, not
InB directly upon the blood and muoous surf fccoi
of tho nystom. Testimonials sunt freo. 1-rlca
TSo per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's I'-ninllv l'llls uro tho tjsu
Somo men arc judged by tholr works
but thu tramp is judged by tho work
ho doesn't da
1 M JLHBsssVttSsfiraSt AA j S AS J 1 YrB&-Sgipr7& ? Vll
if aK5rT wrlmSjWtL m
iK I Sillstill 1
l WvMlfeJ II nV LSjfl j m M
JiKL A mB5Saj 1
Jnmhesl Natives on Hikes.
It does seem ridiculous, but on tho
authority of a correspondent to a Salis
bury paper tho natives from Zambesi
aro returning to their distant and sav
age homes on bicycles! To appreciate
tho full significance of this statement
one must realize the thin-shanked,
flat-footed handle-carrying, nudo na
tive pednllng acrosstho wild veldt with
his pump atid other necessary acces
sories to cyclo traveling fastened
around him, with a bundle of mealle
cobs flying from his side, with a cala
bash of water over bis back, a digger's
belt round his waist, and sundry ox
tall ornaments flying from his legs.
Thoy appear to obtain theso bicycles
cheap, too. Their mode Is first to
learn to ride, surreptitiously or other
wise, then, when about to return, they
wntch their opportunity and obtain ono
while Ita owner Is absent. In a few
days they are well toward Zambesi,
where tho policeman ceases to trouble
and the native Is at rest. No wondei
the lions aro scared from tho mail
Mrs. Kate Berg, Secretary Ladies' Aux
iliary of Knights of Pythias, No. 58, Com
mercial Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn., After
Five Years Suffering Was Cured by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Dear Mrs. Pimkham : Whatever virtue there is in medicine
seems to be concentrated in Lytlia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable
Compound. I suffered for five years with profuse and painful
menstruation until I lost flesh and strength, and lifehadnocharmsformc.
Only three bottles of your Vegetable Compound cured me, I
became regular, vithout any pains, and hardly know when I am sick.
Some of my friends who have used your Compound for uterine
and ovarian troubles all have the same' good word to say for it, and
bless the day they first found it." Mrs. Kate Berg.
$GOOO FOKFUIT IP TUB ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
AVlien women aro troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful
menstruation, weakness, leucorrhaja. displacement or ulceration of tho
womb, that bearing-down feeling. Inflammation of tho ovaries, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), general dobility, indigestion, and norvous pros
tration, or aro beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude,
excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all
pono" and "want-to-ba-left-alono" feelings, blues, and hopelessness,
they should remember there is one tried and truo remedy. Lytlia E.
Plnklinm'H Vegctuljlo Compound at onco removes such troubles.
Refuse to buy any other medicine, for you need the best.
Mrs. Plnklmin Invites nil sick women to write her for udvlco
Sho lias guided thousand to health. Address Lynu,, Muss.
"iS'SiSSl Thompson'! Eye WalM
SHOES THAT WEAR.
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n ahniiv-r iiimumsa a furs fl.L.
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or Iit mill, ti mill.
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