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acoosoooocccooa D-m-ii ani Despair. i . . : . r : 1 ... ..'! ' . -:. i'.i ' : i I,. i I l"V il- r.;i t' itui J.i J.'ii; i: il. AfiUdextirity. f" i' I' . i l'"A. , i,;is l..ni In -n '" ,hi .(aw with litlur hm: l .-iui: t.u;iity. Imr.ni: sunn- m.tTi.i. ;,. . took place tt I,, n his :;! .inn v. a useless iin to thr , f a In- vmlx un.l liliix- tral' .l Ir- iia!ij r. porrs t-nt irtly with his ! r ban. I, sa s tin' "House !eau tifu! " S r Waiter I'.irraU. ornnnist of St. (e'or-jes rhapi'l, Witnlsnr, can nc roiniiuiv a full clioral service with hl li'ft hutnl ami his feet au! write a let ter nt fie same time uitli liis risht hum), li ieen Victoria was iitnlii.lox trims; sm- rnu!. draw ns well with the left hat,. I ;u with the rlnlit. I'n f. M.ir.'e (1f t(,e t il'imore university ami Sir lMwiri !..n:.: .-. r were iihle to usp pt'her I ntel t :H: I !y ; ate! the treat arMst sclent.-' of the i:..nai..satice perio, j,i Ira'v, I.--onarln il Vim l. was amtilitextroii- 'otijttrers ntn! Jutr I- is mtist ho ah:- . ,. .em upon the left hand m mu.-h a, upon the rklit. All win) i,oss..-s i:n!iiiletral power do clam it to !i a most highly prized f.ieiilty. The Japanese appear ti ho t!n mn f un.l,: t '':vus nation In Huso il iys, tl.muli Mi my iirientals are ul.lu to use eitie r (..it d with Imparl iality. The ssiiah of jv.isia si:tis his name with eiMier : f r riyht hand; t'lti.sans in the east u- f:.'iinfly aide tn work with i-i'her ha:t ! with eipial skill, mid th -v also liniii- hoth riyht u" . rt fijn' to their Ai l. Th Season. Ah' h eitii.n' t. nn.'ss thorn, Kir w.-r.. I i , ..n,i,.s tlirm. The he.ll.T-. A Mild ei v "Hllshf Mv vii ili nt tn.. winter W nil I .-ill k i - iseii. il pi inu-r-a II . mile: Ins . J II liliish. The doi-fun.. -f -rritiii, 1 view my rotn-ly (".ui;i.-i N iw turii.-. ill tilii.- in,) rcl A tl.it inx .-. jo i xivhI -A t.Mthly IiPjm ml hvl.l. O i for ltM'lly lle.l! By tll I am ill i . -1 . -1 . In tiumle-i iihtesit h led. Ar -In 1 1 ilt i i h .mm- lu nlivl " I -iitlKh and ste... and shtM r With lreeii; PlllkSS ami IU.t " And iow.-t liint.s leimealed. I Ret h rhll lr-n's mips out. " Tl nil Ii-im I IM ,..),i,M .in And .-t tliem un.l. -island, I with ilistln.-in . tn.u k Hi U V ir ri-Klens ku.iun as Anno My own, my r..uie land. v. T-t Imt half 1 1! 1 mv woe s- ' The fate tiii..i(. js Too harsh f ir mortal sin; P.M.-e II. -s. j-iVH dl... ll.,.,s f.n. t U likely round III H ides They call ihe plumlii-i In. Profitable Inventions. No one clim of inventions lins Iipph m prolltahli! to iMith the ninniifai-lnr-i-r and tln inventor as mimical in Htrntneiits Ami appliances for same. Numerous improvements to tho piano have heeti a source cif largo forlnnes, and various devices are at present lnins oiintlnuniMly applied. Kadiially new instruments possesHttiR real merit are th Itnentions needoil in thin line. Tin puhlic. Is always ready to adopt almost anything new In both wind and strinm-M instruments. iu vnt or. Cow Vade Clean Haul. Frank Mow ;;i'.-he, a tout In a pae tnro, where lie employed himself la pirkinw herris at Meredith, N. H. Durini; hi-, aluuce a cow tipped the tout over and devoured nearly the en tire cainpii ; effii. Aiinuiii the tliinRt eaten was i p'vitid ol" salt porli, six ()uirts of I. -rtles, four cntulles, ona qil.ll'l of cool;.-. I ln'ans. (lie sleeves of a coat, a bund! ' of newspapers, half a do.i n iloumiiri' -. a peek o potatoes, a iiuiiilier of cool;., and several other aiticles. Harm Done by Paris Green. Speal.ini? of 'In potato an observant Maine farmer states that fur several years east h his noticed no potato bulls :i:il.nii-li previously tli plants were coc-ed wi'li them. He gives as a reason f i- this that the pails green, used so !?em ro isly In recent years for the exti rniiiiati in of the buns, killed tint Dower- ot '!-.e plants and thus pre vnnted tin-in Ii- im noinn to seed. Cow Givbs Birth to Triplets. At (lie Unci, i 'lift farm. North Smith field. It. I . id -Allien Hiram 1'. Thayer 1h proprietor, an Ayresliire cow lias plven birth t , tarn? nilves. a most unusual occui r r.ce. Al! of the calves appear to be healthy, alUiouuh they are somewhat under size. The same cow two years ai;o aave birth to twin calves, both of which veie of the usual size. Letter and Envelope of Bark. Kllory A. Haldwin of West I'pfnn received a tmhpte letter from bis son, who Is on a Msliinn trip in Maine. The cnvelopa was stripped from a birch tree ami held touether with a postage Ktamp and the letfr was written on a largo idece of bark and folded tw ee, the same as an ordinary uluca of writ lug paper. WALL'S Laundry Co., rt-Cla Work A Prompt Deliver; 708 E, 12t U., rj8M OitT, Me. Force of Christian Examples. Sir Henry M. Stanley, the African fp!nrei t l !. himself, how lie -aus oet.vi i t. I by Dr. I.l inn-tone. Ili-t story is as follows: "I vent to Africa as proju lice, adjust religion ns the wor.-t Inl.b 1 in I. melon. To n re' porter like myself, who had only to deal with wars, mass meetings ami political gatherliius, sentimental mat ters were quite out of my province. Hut there came to mo a lonn time for reflection. I was out there away from a worldly world. I saw this military old man there, and 1 asked myself: 'Why does lie stop here, in such a place?' What Is it that In' spires Mm?" Kor months after we met I found myself listening to him, wondcrini? at the o, man rnrry otit thn words. Tenve all anil follow Me.' Hut little by little, secin his piety, his gentleness, his zeal, his earnest ness, nnd how he went quietly about his business, I was converted by him, although he had not tried In any ay to do it." It Looks Good. Oh. a 'possum fat Minus from the limh. At"! the world looks uoed Wli-n l think or linn. And l.-aw.i fill down And n frost Is ninli. And ihe yt l.w arns And the ptuikln pie At-' In s'-.-ison now. And lw-hnminy And liott: and lie- world I.oeks Kooil to iin-l And nios'iultoes thry lii.n't slali en miirfl, And no IiiIIiiiks ain't i in tin' sandy shore. And thev am t a thlnir That kin mar my Joy Ex. -ep tin' row That I nin t no bny I.Ike I wa and levi-rs Ar on tin- li a. And tie- i! t.I i t wnrlii l.uuks good In roe. Houston Tost Presents to Bible Society. A number of curious presents have come to the lllhle. society In Umdon. Gifts of embroidery to the value of over $la) have bun received from native Christian women In Manchuria. From the New Hebrides, the Aneity uniese sent more than $:t". These peo ple manufacture arrowroot annually to pay for the idhles they need. About $15 was contributed In kind by the aborigines of Mapoon, North Queensland, who collected oysters for tho purpose, as they have no money of their own. Kven the Dyaks of Tlor reo sent a collection in to I.onrton, though In former days their father! collected human heads much as Amer ican boys collect postage stamps. At What Temperature Water Boils. Water boils at different tempera tures, according to the elevation above the sea level. In lyindon water bolls practically at 212 degrees Fahrenheit; in Munich. (Jermany, at 2094 de grees; In the City of Mexico, at 200 degrees, and In the Himalayas, at an elevation of 8,0no feet above the lev el of the sea, at ISO degrees. These differences are caused by the vary ing pressure of the atmosphere at these points. In Ijindon the whole weight of thn air has to be overcome. In Mexico. 7.001) feet above the sea, there is 7.000 feet less of atmosphere to be resisted. Consequently less heat Is required and boiling takes place at a lower temperature. Cause of Mysterious Sounds. There is an old superstition that tap ping sounds in a room foretell death. A correspondent suggests that these sounds are emitted from wooden fur niture. "I have generally noticed," he says, "that I heard them after a sud den change In tho temperature from heat to cold. Heat causes furniture to expand and open the interstices of the wood, which become filled with nir. A sudden cooling, on the other hand, causes tin' wood to contract, and thn interstices then close and forcibly cvpel the air with these ex ploslvo sounds." The Too Strenuous Life. "I am willinir to go to jail or fishing r.l'.h you If you can find my store without a customer from six to six any day in tho y.ar," said a merchant to a drummer, who asked for a mo ment of his time. Hut it is not well to live a life too s:renuous better hire another man or two and pass prosperity down the line rather than go to jail or (lie before your time. It Is wise to fish occasionally. Dollars arord lilt! consolation when aches All your bonrs and th.'ro Is no pleas ure In i:n at or drink ither. Don't Lay It Up. Don't lay it up-that bitter priirtK Ak:I'is yum tiieiid or niKhbur, Or .li ui its hid den root W ith so much carp and labor. Nay! Hather nolily pass it by, Or thrust it out to fade did die. You tuny b right and he be wrong-, Vet, if you tin your duty And culiiv.it' Instead of hnt The tlowi m ol love and lii-auty, The lime may t-oine w lien In niHV feel lluw grandly you Willi olliill Ural. Don't lay it up. nor lot n thnnpht I If "sweet reellKC" possi-SK you. When tales untruthful reach your ears That trouble iiinl distress you. Nur chase the wrom; with tutted breath- A lie will run iisult to death. Instead, build up nn honest life. Upon a sure Inundation, And let l l.o hum. in iiihiIo walls liu Huong n il, - ir t.. i million. Then may yuu L-uurt tunn's rudest iihock Tour liuuda is built upon a rock. New York Weekly, Atlantic Pants Co. ...TWO STORES, 16 EAST 7TH ST., AND 2825 SOUTHWEST BOULEVARD... Suit to Order $17.30. Pants to Order $3.30 RICH BROS.. Props. tUfsnttcm qua rnntpcd or Money Refunded, KANHA.H CITV MO ..HEALTH IS WEALTH If you would ejain health anil wish to retain the sanu t i'tiKntlivr the necessity of reliable prescription compounding, which we make a specialty of jrivinjr the most careful atten tion. We till prescriptions just as the doctor writes them. Our motto is TO PLEASE, PRICES RIGHT, Save time and carfare by buying your Patent Medicines and drug necessities at attractive prices. A Large Line Perfumes, Toilet articles, Tooth brushes, Combs and Brushes, Fountain Syringes and Hot water . bottles at gratifying prices. Remember its RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Call In ind tarn ua. Science for the Young. Thoughtful little Willie Kruei , Pnrved his name with father'j rax Father, unaware of tioiihle, T:Ked the Made to shave his stubhle. Kiither rut himself seven-Is-, Whleh i, l.-ased Huh- Willie' dearly. "1 have llxed mv fmhei s razor Bo it cuts:" said Willie Kruzur. MAmlo often wondered why . Aeids ttoulile Hlkull Mamie in a manner plaeld, Kelt the eat t.olai le Hi-Id. Whereupon the eat Ktew frantic, RHei iitiiiK many mi antic: "Ah!" erlej Mamie, ovei Joyed, ' "J'lissy is un alkaloid:'' Arthur with a lighted taper Tmiehrd the tire to Ktandpa'ft pxpet Oramlpit leaped a foot or higher. Dropped the sheet, snd shouted "Klre!" Arthur, wrapped In eonteniplHtlon, Viewed tho scene of coufli&Ki ation. "This," ho said, "eontirnis my nol inn Ufa t creates both light and motion." Wee, experimental Nina l'ropped her mother s Inesd. n china t-Yom a seventh story casement. 8mashlhK. crashing to the basement. Nina, somewhat uppiehenslve. Said: "This china is expetmtve. Yet It proves by demonstration New ton , law of Rim Itation." Wallace Irwin. In I'hlladclphla Post. Years Beginning on Sunday. In the course of the present cen tury fourteen years will bej?in on Sunday. A puinntaklng Individual has computed these occurrences, tihoning that In this century Jan. 1 will fall on Sunday as follows: The common roars 19U5. 1911. 1922. 1933. 1939. 1930. 1961. 1967. 1978, 1989 and 199o, and the leap years 1928. 1956 and 1984. This is a fraction less than the usual number computed in point of averages, the first and the last of the Sunday beginnings falling five years each from the ote of the century. It Is possi ble for Jan. 1 to occur on Sunday fifteen times In a single century. Objected to Classification. A clergyman In Dublin once invito! several of his colleagues to dinner, but was disappointed at not getting an answer from a very popular clergy man, whom lie particularly desired to be present, so he called on his friend, fearing lie might be ill. "You re ceived my Invitation, I hope?" "Veg," replied the other, "I received your very insulting communication." "In sulting!" "Very, ltend It for your self." The amazed rector read it, and found that, by a truly clerical error, he had invited the clergyman to come and dine in order "to meet a few other clerical fier.ds." Formation of Peat. Teat is the product which results from tho partial decay of vegetable matter mosses and othpr marsh plants which grows and dies in bog gy places where the wuler stands. It is childly composed of Kphngntim or bog moss. This moss has peculiarly absorptive .properties, owing to the cuplike arrangement of its parts, which take up and hold water Ilk a sponge. Sphagnum continues to grow after its roots have become de tached from the ground. These two qualities explain why hugs occasion ally bllde from their old beds. Triumph of Good Manners. Boforo the gentler measures ot In ternational high breeding the mis chievous maxim, "Our Country, Right or Wrong," must Increasingly give way, nays the (Yntury. Willingness to acknowledge a fault, disinclination to meddle in tho affairs of others, sympathy for the weak against the oppressor, patience and reason as against petulance, rashness and force, are as possible to a nation as to an individual. A people should bo all jealous of the national gentlemanll boss as of the national credit. If you art eomlsnlly luffr ring with litidtchi get yonr eyes examinedi It may bt your yei cau.i IL-T7e Rmilabf Optical Dept. Bromo Ammonia for that cold a cold today, pnemonia to morrow. The Century Marvel Corn Shelter a sure cure or money re funded. Painful walking made easy. the S. W. Corner 5th and Broadway. Phone Home 1626 Main, u u Open all night. Flint, Ala., June 14th, 1900. Dear Sirs: I have used your Ozon ized Ox Marrow only a short while and it lias improved my hair wonderfully. ROTHA FRANCIES. Sweetening Sugar. ATI iugar is not sweet, or rather aweet enough to come up to the re quired standard of sweetness, so some kinds must be sweetened artificially. There are many establishments where this process is carried on. A cone of sugar is placed over an apparatus apex downward, many little holes in the ap paratus coming In contact with the point of the cone. A thick liquid la poured on the flat end of the cone and the machinery Is set in motion. Tho holes become the mouths of the suc tion tubes and the sweetening liquid is 4rawn through the cone, giving it tho necessary quality. Chinese Marriage Law. Persons bearing the same surname, although they may not be related la aay way, are forbidden to marry tn China. GERTRUDE BERKLEY, a great fa vorite with Kansas City theater goers, is playing with success in Proctor's Fifth Avenue theater. New York. Re cently she appeared in Dion Bouci caulfs "The Jilt." AND W'UAj BLANCHE BATES mar ry the man who owns the private car she taveU in, or the writer of the frigid latitudes Jack London who was recently divorced. And another dramatic problem: Did Rejane dance on the table? BETRAYING A MASTER. In a London printing office a year or two ago a confidential balance-sheet was being produced. One of the com positors was approached by a well dressed stranger and offered a large sum for a copy of the figures in the balance-sheet. "No!" he replied, "I could not think of such a thing." The tempter, however, tried another man, who agreed to secure a copy for him. A spoiled sheet gave him an oppor tunity of betraying his trust, and he would have done so had not a private detective arrested both hliu and the man who had offered the bribe. To us conies the warning lest we, knowing our Lord's will, deliberately disregard BEING READY AND WILLING. The firemen, on the alert for a "call"' that may come at any moment, illustrate the readiness and the loins girded about to which our Savior re ferred. For all emergencies the Lord requires our readiness, and we may be the means, in God's band, of saving our fellow-men from destruction. Se lected. AGENTS AND SALESMEN Wanted to sell KlnUlne; read their advertisement elsewhere in this pa per anil write them at once. Milwaukee, Wis., June 23, 1893. Gentlemen: Please send mo two bot tles of the Ozonized Ox Marrow for the hair. Think it la one of the best hair pomades made. MRS. JOHN GRAF. RELIABLE No Delay-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Teetk Examined Free We ar the m at reliable dentists In the city. We have the Urgent and oldest practice In the city. Our aul'ccs Is due to the uniformly high grade wiira done by gentlemanly operators of middle ages ' youths Wc Guarantee to Please. Our Reliability is Unquestioned. This firm is backed by a wealthy Corp .ration, and is therefore thor oughly responsible. All work is guaranteed for 13 years. Full Set tf Teeth Set 8. S. White Teeth. .. .$4.00 Gold Crowns 22-k lir'ulge Work, per Platinum fillings Cleaning Teeth eitraoied without NEW YORK 1029 Main Si Get the Habit Of Trading at- McCampbell Prescription 2304 VINE ST. WE CUT THE RATES. Perum, - 75c Bell Pine Tar Honey, Mennen's Talcum Powder. ISc Liquozone large Laxative Bromo Quinine, 20c Liquozone small All $1.00 Preparations 85c or Less. All 50c Preparations 45c or Less. ANY QUANTITY OF MEDICINE DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF CITY FREE OF CHARGE. "Maine" S. H. Finkclstcin, Prop. Carries a complete line of Furnishing goods, Hats, Shoes and Umbrellas j j We Also Make Suits to Your Measure OUR MOTTO: YOUR MONEY S WORTH SOS IVIAIN ST. "Hot Springs Special." Long looked for improved Train Service between Kansaa City and Hot Springs, Arkansas, and return daily, is now provided for by the 15 Leaving Kansas City at 12:01 noon daily. Arrive in Hot Springs to Breakfast. This train runs via Paola, Garnett, Neodesha, Indepen dence (Kan.), Coffeyville, Ft. Smith and Little Rock. Through Sleepers and Chair Cars (all seats free) to Hot Springs. A special feature on this "Hot Springs Special" is the Elegant Dining Cars. This train connects at Little Rock with the Iron Mountain Trains for all Southeastern Points In Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. For Excursion Tickets, Sleeping Car Berths and all information, call or address E. S. JEWETT, Gen'l 901 Main Street. Telephone DENTISTRY $2.00. $2.65 1 tooth .$2.65 SOo SOoWedoatwe advertise pain Frke. we are here to stay. DENTAL CO IPs'' " ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS. 8onnd Floor. Entrance ea Kam Street only. C;o Dllj. Nltfh till . Hundi sr. ID to 4. & Houston's Drug Store. TVIIS I Hell ISO K.nst. I t -( Home a3go Maln 20c 85c 45c Anchor KANSAS CITY, MO. 3 (A 5 ? Agt.Passenger Dept. KANSAS CITY, MO. 740 Hickory.