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... : i . . .. - i filiinui dI nil tuxiis upon wor " u:? ol'lulir lliat ia lofcfty, the abo lition oi' tnxf! kuvo one tax S'vied on i v a nit of la ml. me motive ui i Ml llf'llVHIIII'lll ll. . jy.nrc in all our states wn now levy i.,im,. t-iv .in tlm value of laud. I lie bin fin tux cmsi l! instituted by tlm niuiple ami ru-y way of 4'i.)!i-!iiii:r, oho al.er iint)n.r' n'l Ihi! t;ivi's nuv; levied, u it J i.14iiiiiini!viir:iti'!v ihurt;::-; lle tax on l:nit value., until ivc draw u n that I'll;- c-oiirce f'r h'.I expends oi ;.")vei'n iiicnt ; tin: tvviiiic l:iu- divided bo i, ,i,...l .rovi riniirius. HiitO i-'OV- nmjfiitts. a:ut tlio L'oncriil govern ..j tlm r.'vriiii( from dirc.t taxes l.vl U;t.wecn the local and h,t,. ir.itfiii-iiMii'nm. or th') direct us U hv iliu ircncral . .iviTMiiunl upon the states anil paid iv f I im ii ivii! ino revenues cimujuu in t It I .i tk (i tk 1 1 j i 111 urn ' .11. T!m kiiiif1,'i t::v 'ia not a tilX Oil llU.il, .....i it ..T. umii11 no. OU the ami uivii'tuiv - ...... .- u...i hi. iwM-iiiufl a t:ix on 1& M V. ' n - lint i. Iuk tiv mt nn land, but on the value .t' land. Thus it would not fall on all land, but only on valuable land, .....i .... that n.it in nrouortiou to the use made of it, but In proportion to its filmland must nay to the owner ithur tn inir."hft8e money or In rent, for the permission to use valuable land. hn ft tax, not on the use .-.r land, but ou tno tho growth and improvement of I ho community attache to laud should bo tuliuii for iho use of tho commuuity. Heptember Cure of Cow. UV C. L. I.AIimLDON. Tii nw-vairmif drouth and appear tt,., i.f run II l UlH lUICnSlUC IUU m.i.fi r riMi.iwc.l ami continued alien- ton t ihn nmnfort and well'afo of stock jreneraily, and cov5lvingmilk, or hoon to calve, especially. t .l .l.tmA TlilS 13 UIO KOariDII Wlll.ll iS'U'-'u in, iir. inv.iiaiTB Him MHMillCO DVI lo.ntu with food especially n,l i i.rmnnin fat and iicah. the botl'ir t withstand the vicissitudes of an mifrlendly winter. This we una lt!i. i m. nun nil clnsSiPS Of beast li Hlld birds but too often, theanimaU which wc have under our care are deprived nf llin nioniiK lOMITV'OUL thoiusl!K ilvn IhiKU tA' tnilkiliff lll'OVi"i)U fol limni nf nnorl. MMliri COI11PS tfOlll Kf't'P ing more cattlo than the land devoted to their subsistence will furnUh food imiitiiicii for. We Hre vorv nut to overestimate the capacity i i i. or a paitturo neia, aim mm bono of a model season, when rain will fall in such a manner as to pro duce a continuous growth ot uutrl- fiii.j riMiss. o that nothinc remains for us to do except gather in tho har vest bo it intisor nesu. niifii.r m nfljf iiBmiciintni!r expcii VllH'o v i 1 i w V 1 An.....! ivn in earnin? 10 crow iou to supplement the pasture when u is desirable to keep more stock than the In.r frrima will KUStUllt. If 110 or imDroveuieiii wi iniiu, u - 5i'"0 ' . . i i .in itrnnir) m.nxiiii .i.f.i rif ifrii has been nianteii owucrsnip oi a. t. ? -. .,; "ftIlL tllCn ., maln otnerwiM go w u.u ...-. - - 7, ' . ti.A MttlM' and not as ur. nem musi. uu i...."v -: .. In HRsessuieut under tlio singio lax wants. 11 mo cow am ... all values created by individual use or stable, then green corn may be put In Toor Milk, Poor Oi . ' 6lieboygn Co. Now. Tho recent hot Bpell raised Cain tlm r.hccse factot"C8 in tliA fnllfitV mill unvaral dv mako wan so poor iu quality as to entail a heavy loss to tho iactoryman or uimii, cordiniflo the plans upoa which the factory J opcraieu. e nnu uui many of the cheeso shippid during tlie paf-t two or three weeks were puld for at half or a little more thtn half, the price ul which they wuo reported Mild. Tho causa of this m because tne cheese were bought as iir-t-cltw mer-rl.-minliliwlippiii' and w.'icu bhinped in thf-y wore found of an inferior qual ity, and consequently pain ior hcuou'-in.rli-. Thfl nuiiibur of fl'.-atinff curds during this 8'iigH of hot weather has been great. The clieeseniaKers caurgu this deplorable statu of uffairs, com bined with excessively hot weather, to the rank growtn ot grass, ana mo ne glect to properly aerate ui d cool both night and morning milk immediately afier milking. Some or inn iuuk, though sweet and apparently all right when received at tlio factory, only be ciiis to show, alter being heated up, the mischief it will do, and then it is too late. There is no doubt but that i !irnHinl (if dollars nio lost to She- hnvwHii county tliromfh floalitiiT curds and hitter, pinholed choice mado dur ing this not weatner and it is a mai tor tn hn dinnlv regretted. Other connt!es are suffering the same loss. . i i 1 1 Air your miiK inorougniy lmmcui ately after milking and straining, both night and morning; men cooi it, uui never cool it before airinjr, as you will then fail to remove tho auimal odor. U'liilA ctiidvinir nvnr this sad state Ot a flairs. I am reminded arain of the EIGHTH 'AN1TXJAL INTERSTATE Tho ex-Soldiers and Sailors of Southeast Kansas, Southwest Missouri. North Arkansas and Indian' Terry tegcthcr with their wives aud families, Worn am llelicf Corps, Sons of Veterans and friend will hold their eighth annual reunion at CAMP L0CA2T m run axter wrings KAIUSAS, Tuoaday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, SEPT. 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 and Union Church Services Sept 2b. all values creaica ny muivmuai v v. n., 6;" r . IL ,. ?.. rt, mportancooi exercising extreme caic ii i .-AnA ....s I ik.. ..,n..iri.u iiif.iv iniv irn mil in. or I . .. . . . , . i Improvement wouiu uo cAiiiuuuu, .i iinii .v.. y TiVi. ...v.. botn on tne part or tno patron ami ti, onlv value taken iiito consid- if the milking Is done in theba nj aid , ' . . f M ration would be tho value attaching then corn may be scattered in ' Paf; hith we 8Doke o . cheese maker to the bare lands by reason of neigh- tu re, when it will do eatc wuu flt far from herfl whom we ad. liAi-iinnfi. f tp., thus t ie iarmerwoum or no wnsic. i . "v , , .., fni. h B 111, n anoi sninir me have no more taxes to pay than the 1 the corn field there is 'danger ommcij- nfl f n to ,,d hu 8trict Bnn....iBtor who held a similar piece of ing the cows bad habits if the cot n is . enfiiIlff homfl ererv batch of Liie. and the man who on a city thrown over tho fence while they are . . hronht t the fctorJin an im lot erected a valuable building would around. We ""Vyt1. We are pleased to be taxed no more man me mau wu iu wa iiiB, u, ..0 77- : know notr that tnu lactory nas 1101 hu a Kimilar lot vacant. tho time when thev are in the uai n- , docked , cent on its Droduct this 1 . vii j ir ii.h kamii 10 nnvri- 1 - The himrlo tax. in short, would can yard 10 oe miiKeu, 11 iu BPJ190I, Tno factorv we allude to is noon men to contribute to the public ed and scattered ou sido 01 me lence, G , , mieg we8t of t . . a 1. 1 a t jm M H A mam 1 ifA nrnorn it rmiiHN 1 r. . . . . . revenues not in proportion 10 wii uwwwuuiiuiii " the village. There are probably others thev produce or accumulate, but inurom. jjui lei mem that have had just as good success, but itmnnition to the value of tho naunai ana carrying procena, oi -.V wa uneafc cf this one because we hap- x .... t nitk iit h to nat tne lormu-1 . . ... r . - opportunities iney noiu. uu. uiui uuu.. b --- pen to Enow about ic jir. uaruiicr compel them to pay just as much for den fruit, then good-by to security to a8 cvidentv irapre88ed upon his pa holding land idle as for putting it to that crop unless the fence is norse trons tnat it-is au80iuteiy necessary to its fullest use. n'S" J IV" m deliver good n 1 :it t a 1 AWMMM Ktm Tho 6in-le tax therefore, would- corn fed in this manner to 1 cows win mak 6(i ch ana lhQ rc8ult iuubiiiaic iu, 1 f nnuin.A hetter results at less expense, ."..... Annn 1. Take the weignt 01 r r-- r.---v. . . othor av. wouiu ..uulo 71" iron Id indicate that thev are doins o.oir torpl hnfit. In Rome factories VIIVll v ww-- - - where cheap and inexperienced hands a entrusted with makiutf -up the mtiir. wa liava no doubt - the' cheese maker is largely to blame for the poor cheese, and where a good chceseinaker VV U W W HWWW- . -- . . t 1 j than 11 nnnnip 1 111 nil v uiuui Tf t the agricultural d.stric s f, J!-;, " -rVL, aliowed to shrink in has little or 110 vaiue m?i u.- v rMann .fin8 ufficicnt food, at tmnporpnients. and PUl 11 011 www . . - in valuer. v-..--. ,.,.,. I ,...nHrtfn milt until lUB 8VBI6IU uas 16" a T: n.ifH tha m n ! r i n 1 1 1-1 1 v ill I ...... - Z. AISIJCIIO I""'"" , .u.l nl,:nV. uraalnct Ulirl h ' 1 T.". . . taxes and a horde of tax gatherers, 'V" simplify government ana grcauy ie- -f. ; yB 80 that any a.","B K..m; . I . . .. tM nVCl I n ' . - 1 . . I IT I I 1 1 f.i I 111 J t& V LIID lIBIIIV V VVIISW uuue us I'uaii I ... t.uutMAM.Aaiiln m Mr nrnriilfUir . - . 3. .!.. auri (riw.aa lnpnimuiv jnovuaioun. i . n.. ...t nritiim-'i ofnrn ni : .. ... ... nw.. b ---I --- croacping on uiw uwt .. - - .nri tr nc and coolinar Ot his milK. XI -.rtm mip tii'Mmit meinous oi uukhuhi , , it,. mmii nnrnprn lci I . . " ...... which allow tlio ncu to escapo they grind the poor, hid or carried off. ai . . - vuvwn w ascertained with greater ease a..u - . , extravasranc0. A pound of " h5a care . . I w 7 I II II I II LUU II 111! V amty man any ou.cr. flesh lost means more than tne expenui- - . . nelffhbor has to ( ntwo iw with all the wona as per-1 tl,l.anfstiffli.iAnt food to Droduceanotn- ' n uiu Am v.ww - - w. - -r Buner ino loss aa wcu, nuiw feet freedom of trade as now exists be- er pouudf for njje the momentum of a JJJ.,icaly wron tween the states of our nuion, thus en- iocomotive moving in one direction, vu J 6 T : ablins cur peopio to snare luiuugu which cannot be overcome oy nwmyi a Wonder Worker. free exchanges m an mo auvainugco shifting the throtne oar, ho a cow, M Frank Uuffman, a younar man which nature has given to other coun- to lose flesh, cannot at once gu'riington, O., states that be had tries, or which the peculiar skill of beeinlo thrive. even if abundant food . ih .f two oromi. nthof nnnnie nas euaoicu mciu ,- 4 ni'ATiaea. a worn iu u.u mow.o .t.i .Ka rtiiala 1 CA3IP LOGAN is one of. the finest camping grounds in- the State, rienty oi snaue, woou, sirdw, wbi auu tents free to visiting posts, comrades and their families.. BRASS BANDS, DRUM CORPS AND GLEE CLUBS will contribute to the pleasure of the occasion. CAMP-FIRES -:- EVERY -:- EVENING- li Cffim Actual Arxntf Life I illustrated by Court JIartials, Buck and Gagging, Hanging, Desertion an Invitations have been extended to the following comrades, who have accepted ana mil oe wicn us: Senator JOHN J. INGALLS, Hon. B. W. Pebkiks, Hon. E. H. Funston, Hon. William Hiogixs, Hon. Tni McCarthy, Hon. Noble Prentiss, Gov. L. U. Humphrey and Staff, CoL J. E. Lockwood, Col. J. Buntlino, Senator PRESTON B. PLUMB,. Col. B. Herrington, Hon. A. R Greene, Hon. Galen Spencer, Gen. Ira B. Collins and Staff", . CoL J. B. Cook; Col Alexander Warner, Capt Hugh Erwin, and other prominent comrades. FROCiRAMME: , i.l Z,st my ,ar "gu piegi a..v, ow -' - .' clSnea t0 av t,e blame to some snirt- (its cost. appreciable increase in milk produc- j ' Mtron: , l0f aiI edtopr operlylook m7Wi&J& tiou 19 i'PMible' fear of en- Sffhifted and water of his Vows and gross inequality inseparable croacbinsronthe next winter's storo of r!n -nd coolinsr of his milk. If Ch to escano while roddcr Bomeumes imp e - - the patron of this latter strlpo suflerea rich to escape wnue fa tfc f Btocb gr0WinSr poorer . . ., ne(roct it WouId serve greater case ana wa8tefi extravagance. A pound of . . . . . h t and hU care. ..i.. t ,T-r.nifl doi-trov the trusts, monopolies, and coiruption which are i.i..-:v Tfr wnlfl the outgrowms oi mc iauu. v ith tho fines and poualtios now levied on auy one who improves! . fo-n. fp(tji a nouse. uuims a m- 4 ins way chine, or in any way, adds to the geu- sufficient mant nhvnini&ua.aiid used their treat ment until he "was not able to get around. They pronounced his case tn hi nonsumDtion and incuraDie. Let tha Children Cipher. PhUtda phi Kecora. "w v V, T . trinra 4i...n.flflS rr.nCer who are He was persuaded to try r.Ktog .rrnwlinTabour state and local taxa- mA"AY r -B- , . .. l- I jnuirilH sua voiua auu nv .htnA nrin anvwav.addstothegeu- iionmignt amuse inemwjivw -f .hl. to walt acr08, the oral stock of wealth. It would leave ad evenings before they go to bea uy get- withoat resting. Ue found, free to applv labor or expend p- ting wine or a oollar ...ii. ..Lint.i or exchanze with- nher to divide $oOO,000,000, the cost of .... . much hBtt8r. he .it fine or restriction, and would leave running the Harrison i government i for . to ue u and ,8 t0.day eD. - j it. .... i FJiuMiiiii ina nniiiiinr in i ... to each tho full product oi uis oxer- one year, uy o,wu,wv, tovin2 K00d bealtn. ii yon uaye uj ' B i . h m tne ceu80S enumerators i.,--.r. .. nhMt Tronble. trv "on. . . r: :" itiihioi.Annirv. :..i..:.i-- Tl .Via nttior hand hv I uave counieu ao ii"g i ,. wg jruaranieo miwuchuu. It would, on the other nana, Dy , , . . . ii. w nAt.t. n-ni ... t ..V.Ii. naiu lht VRIIIft Alio liniuisu V- - . I 1 Tl&l UOillQ 1TCU Oi iv.v " v a li ii (r 1 1 1 1 1 ii ui iu uoww - . . . !i m ami i -- wTwai' T AV TUESDAY. Reception and assignment to quarters of Posts; Camps and Corps. Read- uS!ESRri&tT of Comrades. Opening of first Camp Fire. Ad- dresses by Comrades. Musio by bands and glee cjods. SECOND DAY-WISDfl USVAX. T?vAiii. Roll Call. Music by bands and glee clubs. Address ofwelcome; hv Pomrade Uuirh Erwin. Music. ResponsebyJ.lt Ufiioweu. uonov bLS and i rfl! "lubs; Dinner. Address by Judge J. D. McCne. Music 1,!Ja !.n hv Rttfia. Suooer. Camp Fire and short addresses by HigglnsBlueVnd others ReciUUonsby Misses be.. Townsend ana iiertna uui. TIILKD DAl-TUliy ... -r t. kana and r1A nlnhR. AddrfiBSeS bV P.' B. - Pirn B W PerS other Comrades. Supper- H'JSir iihv Comrades Spencer, Daniels, Cook, Erwin. and others, with music by glee clubs and band. FOURTH DAY FBLUAx . .... T..11 n.u . nfnet hv hands and trlee clubs Orations by Got.. nmnhi4v Noble rentiVs and other Comradls. Grand parade and review , STitaTl Gen Ira B. jOfMAj Recitations by Misses Ines Townsend and Bertha Wit. FIFTH DAY-SATUiWAJC. i.vain. Roll Call. Music by bands and glee clubs. GRAND BARBE- mrv of Steers. Hoes and Sheep. Orations by Hon. Hi u. umwu auu u.. -CUE or toteers, nogB anu oiiot aone,a bv the clee dubs.. Alexander Warner oi uonnecuuuu y -" -"- o- - Music by band, etc. Camp Fire and Lots of Fun. . TP V WATER QUKJCM BOAP. eu uum n ; Trial b of tho federal government c,orfl 18 f 1.01 1J1 um" j . . should multiply 17.81 by 5 'a New York man says thai to jias (the average nomber of per- dj8COvered a fly destroyer that dis. the granger famines) mey count8 au the fly papers ana ny poi UMIIK I . . . i.i.,k otmniifla tn land bv reason of KUII.U .v"v" - the growth and improvement of the community, make the holding of land .a..v.i.. a tha morA nwtinr aud 11 11 111 till I A LJIO IV .MV mww - " I . rn..i i (i tlm nsnr It would SOnS 1U lUB grangci COUnilWi ! profltable only to tho user, " wouiu - , .i.a federal tax for La ,ht h.va vet been mit into use. opportunities unusoa or ouiy uai uhu, Ufe r ;:,,, ,uimbar of bunches of r I consider my cure by S. S. S. one cloyer bl08.On.. He hung them in !lm,Ubil nffirt ? to S It would of the most wonderful on record. I hU room to ornament the walls. The irtpil. ml since then he says thus solve the labor problem, uo away u.u ... 8ta ,he . t i.. MAivanrv n ihh v Hir-.n hit iiii wuv f m . a v , WUU lnvoiuumi jr pii;. -e ScrofaU AU HU Life. U.A Ik. nrnrsl tvnfl of Scrofula ffOm .,! t U7a 94 vers of aire Jl.L,mPt.oWproauctio mpo. "J'ife'S'S: .iu fii till nnmn.ii wiihh mc anus- i uioww --- . i Miiiin uiilii an - . . TRY WATER QUEEK HO A P. .... M i-oom. lie watcnea ana studied, and says he has dis covered that flies cannot ..:..Kia i-trihiithin of wealth as law wortmeu. nIUI W.W n-it-a tn all r.omforL leisure and participation in the advantages of an advancing civilization. . The ethical principles oh which the single tax is based are : pituburg advised me to lake S. S. 8., 1. Each man is entitled o : all tht . 4 ukInK ,0Ten i.h.nrnrtiirpg. Therefore no tax WU1?U f u,u . . a ... rait r.iaa Tti . tti a home of Grant, was Vaiu-t .r . ... . . . . . mi ai sir nirmni 1 1 11 ill Mrrmu v awv. .wworLun. linea .r II,. Tutor. ere.l" - " - . a . a i alii l - a i ai y mi ii i i 1 1 nan 1 1 at ble Physicians, but in ?" I. mS peonll though it me aiseaso wuuuw i 0nwvi About four years ago a friend from once had 30,000. UIO I.TO. should be levied on the prodocU of labor. . , . . 9 in tnpii are enuallr entitled to i,i flnA ha rreatetl and to Wliat is hv hA frpiiprml prowth and lra provement of the community of which Jv, BM a mi rt. Therefore, no one aVintilil h nermitted to hold natural -niiin. wUhout a fair return to Vl'UUI VIMMVW .irr..n rwvrl rjrivile?e thus ac cprdedo bitn, aud that value which bottles I was cured sound aud well. The old skin pealed otr ana was re nia.ai hv a new skin, as smootho and free from-blemish as any person. I have had no return or symptom of the disease. uewbt v . ojiith. Belmont, w. va. Tnittii on Blood and Skin Dim . m . n A1 f 1'PA. Mva ------ SWIFT STECini; w rt ail tha vegetables which furnish aiHw - n - . nnrUhmeut to man the banana is vw . .1 1 ha most nronnc abiuzic cluster ofien contains 160 to 180 pods and weighs from SlXiy IO sigaij,-vu"u THT WATER CUBES fiOAP. Humboldt says that a piecef Jandof 120 square yards wiu rroouce ,uw pounds weigaioi iruii, r ni varoiv nrodnce more than " ;irht of wheat or T IT! f all I I nirTT IIUU ajva w--)--- - Atlanta, 5a. . I eighty pouqdl of poutoca. Four Days Shooting Tournament: r rns nf unssnnri and Kansas. ny mo uuu vmua vt n - --.. t rppiTDA : BALL : GAMES.: .;n "Ro t as on all Railroads! On the rasco via Columbus, on the Kaneas Southern via Galena and on . uio $ fha Aiiinvmentof iust ench .a.Jip roar- Ut ns set P - "7;;; ?;;BA nW goldier knows how to cousinF, the whole wniij--- .- . . A .11'. I J. U. IaUV. V-- i aj;s - - or- HARKE' J.M. English & Co. FEESH AND SALT MEATS ot all Kind Conrtaatly on flnd. Poultry .Fish and Game. Tlieir Season. . in Ciih..Pau Toa 4 UXVU ASD..'TtTI. I. JaU la rry M.I. u tr at r-- iMlaVa-.aManiilt'3 4Aavv ar LADCL.