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Dangerous Kidney Diseases. felery Kin hiia mw) m of kidney din mm.. The el. tor feared I'.rtgtifa dieius aud trl.nl many rmnedlea that vt me no help, lelery King luui made we a well a ever In my life, anil It aeem" almort aa though a inlrt.. le hrt im wrong lit In my ine Jen nie . Ilelrhard, Hprlnglown, 1'a. l'fl-ry Kin enm Comttlpatlon and Nerve. ri4t2wb. Uveraud Kidney dUwauie. Richmond Palladium fuMo-had r vaiD( (Hoa.i.V seaptad) by THE PlLUUl'M OO. TERMS OF SUBSCR PTIONi Oh sar y mail, tag paid - - S3.0O n.. -.... " " -- .26 Om aak. bv atrriar - - -OC SATUI.DAY, JUNK 1, 1901. bU readfr, we cannot promise settled weather yet. Hicts is still at lare. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland is visiting Germany, lly the order of Emperor William a zapfcnstorich was given in her honor at Potsdam., That ought to be satisfactory to any queen. Senator 15,verid; and Que n Wilhemina witnessed a freat mili t try pi!ea-it in rlin toetbr yes- tr-rd.iy. If thi rosy queen had bot liiiLei into iri.itrimony vuite o soon ih'n iucideut might have been re- Icil us a possible forerunner to a Da tcli and A nericiu alliance. It i-i eminently projicr that this government should ask of the CuUiii constitutional convention an unequiv ocal acceptance of what is known us the l'latt amendment. Having res cued the island from the tyranny and oppression of Spain, it would simply be a crime for this government not to save Cuba from herself till her psople are better prepared to prop erly appreciate the changed condi tions. The governor of S ui li Carolina not tlii; one, by the way, who once visited the governor of North Caro lina l .lieo.sely inclined, aud was ap- p-asecl by the sage suggestion that ! it was "a long time between drinks has iuformcd Senators Tillman aud McLuurio. that their reaiiruations J are null aud void. This decision will) pul a stop to an atmospheric dis- turbauceiu that state that might have resulted in loss of life. Welcome June, llowery mid way I e- tween the chilly aud the over-heated sc-asons !oxeuesi, moutn oi tne year, inttugu nameu lor toe vixenisn w lo of Jupiter. In June nature seems to reaiizj that wiuter, afier liugeriug long in the lap of spring, is at last Uoue for gMid, and the grass aud the leaves and the flowers aud the birds come out iu all their loveliness to charm aud cheer. Hut vtrr the biesl where the Uliej resl lu the white hands sltUcU tureer. I he roi t June will nod and blow, I it!teettii the health lht M-vvt. Anl hps tliat tiui-er tit atleitl gnct, Atl nurds il twipe rrttisiii. ill hhtly lltri, lo the llec-tillg joys '1 hat i:rt?h with Ute usui." The retpiest from l'resideut Mills, in the Pali.aihi m yesterday, for em ployment for Earlham students is one that should be heeded by the good people of this community. Tuere are many highly deserving youug men and young women in this country who want a college edu cation but are not able to secure it without financial aid. They do not feel warranted iu borrowing money if they could, but are willing to work for it. Such young people may be relied upjn aud trusted in aty posi tion they uudertake to till, and they will make the most useful men aud women in the world. Help is never wasted ou the boy whe is willing aud uuious to help himself. Nocharita b:e investment pays so high a per cent, in irood to the world as aid i giveu to au impecunious young man or youug woman who is struggling for au educatiou. No kind of chart ty is so valuable as that which is be stowed not as a gift but as au opportunity to those who de serve and will improve it. The youu mau who considers it a humiliation to work is not worthy of help, aud help would be wasted on him. "Through rough ways to the stars" is the oi i adage, aud it is f i U of meaning. Niuetv per cent, of the men who are at the head of affairs in this c .uutry today are "self made. B And by that phrase is uot meant that they got their start in the world entirely by their own efforts, but that by showing a disposition to help themselves aud a willingness to make sacrifices to secure honorable success, they at tracted the atteution and interest oi tboe who could and would aid them. The mau who aids the needy and de serving boy will be the sharer of his future honors, and the privilege o so doing will be to him a joy forever. John C. Htyer, secretary of the Richmond Rod and Gun club, is in receipt of notice announcing the death of Henry li. Wills of St. Luis Mr. Wills wa au honorary member of the club aud had uiAajr friends in this city. THE CHURCHES. METHODIST ' " Grace M- Church, Franci M. Kemer, L L. D., pastor Morn ing sermon st 10:30 a. m., subjfxst, "The Mete and Measure of Life." Evening sermon at 7:30 p. m.. Opportunity to Unite with the church. t LfTHERAM. First English Lutheran church Subject of the sermon in the morn ing, "Our Birthright." In the even ing, "The Gospel of Wealth." Sccial musical program in the evening as follows: Chorus, Softly Now the Light of Day, Hen derson quartet: chorus, It is the fiord's Mercies, Ash ford; solo, Mrs. O. 1. Nusbaum. , Second English Lutheran church Services both morning and evening at the usual hours. Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Dedication of the new organ in the afternoon at 3 o'clock- BAPTIST. v First Baptist church Pastor will preach at 10:30 a. m. Subject, The TwoStatesof Christian Expeiience." Evening, "The Father's Reception of the Prodigal." KRIENI'S. East Main Street Friends meeting Hible school at 9 o'clock. Meeting for worship at 10:30. Junior Eo deavor at 3:30 and Senior Endeavor at :30. Prof. Elbert Russell will attend the Saobatn services. South Eighth Street Friend's church Willis li. Hotchkiss, of Cleveland. Ohio, who has been a missionary and experienced thrilling relations both with wild beast and savage in Central Africa, will speak of his African experiences at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. All other ser vices as usual. lj CHRISTIAN. Christian church Preaching by the astor, E. V. Spicer. Morning subject, "lJiind Enthusiasm." tun ing subject, "Secrets." T SCIENTIST. First Church of Christ, Scientist Services at 10:30 a. m. Sub ject, "God the only Cause and Crea tor." Golden Text: "I am Alpha and O.nega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, aud which is to come, the Almighty." Rev 1:8. Wednesday evening meeting at 7:30, 713J Main street. CHKIST.'AN SCIENCE. Christian Science services at the reading rooms in the Masonic temple at 10:30. Subject, "God the only Cause and Creator." -Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. United Presbyterian church Preaching by the pastor, John McD. Hervey. 10:45, "Mistakes of James and John." 7:30, "The Church and Secret Orders. " First Presbyterian church Sun day school at 9:15 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. aud 7:30 p m. oubj :t of the evening- uis- course, "The Revision of Our Creed." Endeavor society meeting, b:30 p. m- .methohist. First Methodist church Preach '? 10 :iW ' P; m I Morning subject, '"The Wonderful Enffra,inK . Evening subject,"The Hill Diflieulty." .The evening ser lima is I tie mini in tne series on I "l'ilgrim's l'rogress. Fifth Street M. E. church Sunday Cl'h.m M ill I 'pP!ti'hlmr Ml XII ,.( i7.0 Class 2::50. Epworth league (:.0. led bv Rev. Milford lUvno ds. lhe liev. r red Stowvenour of Port iauu, inci., win preacu at the even ing service. Third M. E. church, E. E Tripeer, pastor Announcement for Sunday, Juue 2ud, 1901: Sunday school, 9:15, Preaching. 10:30. Classmeeting, 11:30. Junior league, 3:tK). Epworth league, tl:30. Preaching, 7:30. The evening service will be a revival service. Of the 93rd Ohio Regiment Will Be Held Here June 14. The thirty-sixth annual reunion of the 93rd Ohio volunteer infantry will oe ueia in mis citv June 14 Tli'S will be the first time an Ohio regi ment has held are union in this st: te 1 he com mi ttee in charge are work ing hard to see that the old veterans are well taken care of during their stay in our city. The exercises will be held at the Genuett theater. Mayor Zimmerman will make the address of welcome. El wood Morey of Hamilton, O., wi 1 respond on behalf of the regiment The surviving me rbers of the reai ment who live in thiscitv are Thruas Pickens, John Tingle, Wm. Cooper, Wra. Nelson aud Gus Meyers. A handsome badge has been pro vided for the occasion. It gives all of the engagements in which this regiment took part, and also con tains an enamel lettering 182 1S5. A tine portrait of the major of the regiment, William Birch, who was killed at the tattle of Mission Ridge, has a prominent place on the badge. The regiment was in the following engagements: Antioch Church, Stone River, Chicamauga, Brown's Ferry, Orchard Knob, Mission Ridge, Buzzard's loost. Rosacea, Dallas, Pickett's Mills, Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Lovejoy Station. Franklin and Nashville. liev. Isaac Graves of Champaign. 111., is the guest of Arthur Curme sr. and wife. Didn't Marry for Money. The Boston m in who lately mar ried a sickly rich Young woman is lappy now, for he got ..Dr. King's New Life Pills, which restored her to perfect ' health. " Infallible for Jauudice, Biliousness,' Malaria, Fever 4nd Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubleji Gentle but effective. Only 25e at A, G. Luken & Co.s. - DR. FANNER'S REUNION n III DIood 6 Livor III JJ NZERVB TOrSO. U STATE NEWS NOTES lloosior Incidents and Acci dents and Doings of Note. WOULDN'T GO TO JAIL Therefore William Paris At Indi napoli Took Carbolic Acid and Straightway Died. He Left a Xote Expressing Regret Concerning' His Mode of j Living. i Indianapolis. June 1. William M. Davis, who vas arrested several days ago and charged with the theft of thickens, was found dead In his room j yesterday. Death was caused by ear i bolic acid poisoning and a two-ounce I tiottle was found in his room. Uis death is said to be due to his deter mination to "die rather than go to j!iil.IIe left a note expressing regret at the manner in which he had s'lent his life and also mentioning his un controllable appetite for liquor. Ilia case for the alleged theft of the chick ens was continued until June G and he had been released on his own recogni zance. THK KKEVKS CASK Dubois County Traced? or Year Ago Is lletng Kevived. Jasper. Ind., June 1. The state, step by step, is leading the defendant, John Keeves, nearer aud nearer the prison doors. The strongest testimony so far has leen submitted by Michael Hoeh gesang, who went to see Deputy Sher iff Cox as soon as he heard that he had leeu shot. Cox remarked to him: Mike, I have to die. I am shot. Keeves shot me with my own revol ver." The prisoner showed the first signs of emotion when Sheriff Castrup detailed the circumstances leading to the killing of George Ueeves, the (de fendant's brother. The defense is stubbornly fighting every Inch of pro gress. On account of this trial the celebrated whitecap case agaiust An drew Weutcher, Frank Hoeing, Frank Wuetcher, Henry Statts and Jake Klessinger has been continued until June 5. Tr aired y at Kushvllle. Kushville, Ind., June 1. George Itetherford 50 years old, a life-long resident of Kushville and well con nected In the city and county, was murdered at 0 o'clock last evening by Jesse Hilling 25 years old, a drayman In the employ of the Branu transfer line. Hilling surrendered immediately after the killing and is in jail. He pleads slf-defense. The men had quarreled earlier in the day and had come to blows, but were separatee! be fore either suffered violence. It is said that Hilling then armed himself and returned, calling Itetherford out. The latter picked up a dray pin and walked toward Ililliug who fired four shots iu rapid succession, one of whioh pass ed near liethtfrfords' heart, killing him almost Instantly. Mrs. Schmidt Hopelessly Insane. Kokomo, Ind.. Juue 1. Mrs. Augusta Schmidt, who lO years ago came into possession of an estate of $40,000 by the death of her unt ie, the late Walter Hooper of this city, and who soon after shot and instantly killed Osear Walton, a tenant on her farm In Cass count y, is hopelessly insane at her home, six miles southwest of this city. Mrs." Schmidt served seven years In tle Woman's Reformatory at Indian apolis because of this crime. Famous Cattle Case Postponed. Rensselaer, Ind., Juue 1. The spe cial adjourned term of court, convened to try the famous Ilalligan cattle case, was interrupted by the illness of An drew K. Yeoman, one of the Jurors. The defense was unwilling to proceed with 11 jurors, and the plaintiff ob jected to an indefinite continuance, and the court thereupon discharged ;the jury and continued the case until the regular term In September. He Got Little Sympathy. Petersburg. Ind., June 1. Edward Mount, a young farmer living near here, came to the city and tried to borrow a revolver, and he also at tempted to purchase morphine or other poisons with which to commit suicide. He was finally taken in charge by the marshal. Mount explained that he was in trouble and wanted to die. Smallpox at Hammond. Hammond. Ind., June 1. Two cases of smallpox have been located at Rob- ertsdale, a suburb within the corporate limits of Hammond. The disease was at first reported to be chiekenpox. but Dr. lhach, president of the board of health, declared that it was smallpox. The Monument Arrives. Evansville, Ind., June 1. The monu ment to lie erected over the grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln has arrived at Lincoln City. Spencer county, and will be erected at once. The unveiling will lie marked with elaborate ceremonies. and the state officials will be invited. The Deadly Hubert. Jeffersonville,- Ind.. June I. Edward Quick. I) years old. son of William Quick, shot himself in the stomach while examining a Flobert rifle, and may not recover. TRADE 1.VIEW Unseasonable Weather Has Beca Disonurasine Keatare. New York, June L Bradstreet's weekly review of trade today says: Unseasonable weather has - been the key of the general situatkn this week, discouraging as It has been to .retail trade in the cities and country districts alike, and retarding the- growth of most crops, but particularly corn and oats in the northern half of the coun try and cotton at the South. : Withal. however, there is a feeling prevalent that a few weeks of warm, " sunny weather, a dxided lack of, which lias so far been noted this spring, would do much to place matters commercial and agricultural In as good or better condition than a year ago. Apart from the features, the week has been with out much change except "that a rather better spirit has been visible in the Industrial situation, and that some pro gress has teea made toward a settle ment of existing labor troubles. The teadlness of prices Is mill a feature, the cereals beta? as hljh or tllxhtly &jftr fhan a week a6, a much ow lng to tad crop rvports from abroad aa to tales of dry weather damage ia the Northwest to wheat and too cool weather for corn in the country as a whole. Failures for the week numlier HI against 112 last week. iS5 in this week a year ago. in is::., ITS In 1SS. aud 192 in 1S17. POWEllS A it K ftLKASi:i Chinese Acceptance of Conditions Leave Little to Be Done. Pekin. June 1. China's uncondition al acceptance of 4."io.0M"J taels as the Idemnity to be paid the iowers has caused great satisfaction among the foreign ministers, as it only leaves practically a few minor details to com plete the negotiations. The phrase la the joint note. To the satisfaction of the powers," may cause some delay in the evacuation of Chi nese territory, as the ministers fail to see how China can guarantee payment and as all the ministers lelicve it would be a mistake to have a large hotly of foreign officials collecting rev enue. Were revenue thus collectetl. over 2.0oo officials would be required and the aggregate salaries of these men would be very large, and amount to more than the ordinary Chinese "squeeze." The majority of the ministers now favor raising the customs to 10 ier cent and taking rJn.0oo taels yearly from the likin tax. This method would give, after the payment of in terest ou foreign debts now existing. atout 23.uon.fN taels a year. The min isters would agree to this system if China will discontinue tne collection of all likin duties of foreign goods. B INDIANS HAVE A KICK Openinx of Oklahoma Landiilhe Sub ject of Protest. Washington, June 1. Lieutenant Colonel Raudlett, Indian agent iu charge of the Kiowa reservation, has telegraphed from Anadarko, Oklaho ma, that the Kiowa delegation, which recently tiled a protest at the interior department against the ojieuing of Oklahoma lauds, are arranging for a council of the tribe to consider the matter. Their attorney here, former Representative Springer, has given no tice that he will appeal to the presi dent to withhold issuance of the pro clamation opening the Kiowa, Coman che and Apache and the Wichita lands to settlement uutil congress has had time to act on a proposition to reiieal the act authorizing the opening and to send the agreement with the Indians as amended by congress back to them for ratification. An application to the courts here to enjoin the secretary of the interior from proceeding with the opening may be filed soou. Outwitted the Highwaymen. St. Paul, .lune 1. Passengers arriv ing on the Rurlingtou limited from Chicago report an attempt made by a band of robliers to rob the train. They say that just out of Savanna. Ills., the engine struck and detonated five track torpedoes. The engineer was rapidly bringing the train to a stop when five armed men sprang from the roadside. The engineer pulled the throttle wide ojen and started the train so quickly that none of the su( posed highwaymen could climb aboan SJade a Spectacle of It. Westville, Miss., June 1. Charli Haverson, a white man. was hang here yesterday for the murder of A. A. Ammonds. About o.OoO people wit nessed the execution. TEILSK TELKGUAMS Nwir Midillestxiro, K.r., Huph Marshall mortally woumleu aaiu e aud escapt-d. I.e Monier aud Kevereux. two Frencb explorers, were assasHiuated In lVru. Hr physicians state that Mrs. McKlnlev Is still very fertile aud uot yet oat of Unni'iT. Wlh'jr Kirk, colored, 18 years old, was banned at lowsori. Mil., for crimlual as sault on a white woman. lo a trolley car accident at Wiluilnitton. Del., one man was killed, one fatally hurt and passengers seriously injured. Justice Brewer of the I'nited States su preme bench announces his eiifrntreuient to Miss Mott, a acuooliua am of ISurlington Vermont. John Alexander Dowle says that on Sun day he will make the most important declaration that has been made for l.'.xxi years. Mutinous troops paraded the strefts of Antwerp singing tne Marseillaise, ana po lice hud to be called to protect officers from the revolting guardsmen. Mrs. Minnie M adder n Fiske has accented a play written by Mrs. Abraham Flexner or i-ooisviue. i nc tine or tne play "Miranda of the Italcony." . The Genua u government has chartered 13 steamers to bring home the troops in China. It Is reported that about lS.Ooo men will have arrived by the end of Sep t ember. Three Drowned In the Calumet. Chicago, June 1. John Bezlinskl William Greening and Peter Jesky, bridge carpenters, were drowned last night in the Calumet river at 95th street by the capsizing oi a ferryboat. DAILY MARKET REPORT Prevailing Prices For Grain. Provis ions, and Livestock on May 31. Indianapolis Grain and Livestock. Wheat Wagon. 74c; No. 2 red, firm, 74c. Corn Firm: .No. 2 mixed. 43c. Oats Steady; No. 2 mixed, 2iVic. Cattle Active at $iuuai.tt5. Hogs Active at $4.bCiyi.tiu. Sueep yuiet at $2.2.Vi4.i. Lauibs guiet at U-jixiiti-iO. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Ope ned. j CioaL . ."4H$ -74H .j .T4i), .7ti Wheat May July ..... Corn Mav July data May July l-ors May July Sept. .... Lard May July Sept Kilts May July Sept. .4-rs.j -44-V I .2-, .43 .44 .2S .2, 14 70 I 14 65 14 70 14 IB 14 75 j 14 72 i .... 8 17 8 2 H 15 8 22 8 17 7 SO 7 S7 7 ! 7 87 T V 7 85 Closing cash markets Wheat. 74rtc: mrn 43c; ats, 2Sc; pork, $14.3; lard, il7; ribs, $7.7. ' Louisville Grain and Livestock. Wheat Xo. 2 red and longberry, 76c. turu .No. 2 white, isc; 'Xa. 2 mixed. sWH.-. -Oats No- 2 nixed. 31He: No. 2 white, 33c. Cattle Strong at .! 3. a. Hogs Higher at t4-.i.".s.". Sheep Higher at S2.ooSi3.75. Laube Steady at $4A!kuu. Cincinnati Grain and Livestock. Wheat Firm: No. 2 red. 751-e. Corn Easy; X. nixed. 4;!s,c Oats Dull: No. 2 mixed. 3"Sc. Cattle V'liet at 2..i-)J35. Hogs Active at $4.itri.ii. Sheep Quiet at S2.5otr4.ia. ljunb Steady at S3.5oigti.lu. Cbicajto Livestock. Cattle Active; steers. S4JuC.uSi rs. S3.0uii5.uu. Horv Kr at K.00(?8.0a. Sheep-Steady at HS-sM. LiKbsr-IKlwdr M GLU KILLED ENTIRE FAMILY Terrible Deed of a Jealous Woman At Covington, Ky. Cincinnati, Juue 1. A frightful trag edy took place at the home of Ottie Hester on Western aveuue aud Third street. Covington. Ky:. last night, and the bodies of mi entire family now lie at the morgue iu tiiat city. Mm. Kate Hester, aged 32. after a quarrel with her husband. Ottie, aged 42, at the supper table, snot aud killed him as well as their 3 year-old daugh ter, after which she put the revolver to her own head aud blew out her brains. It is not known what was the cause of the quarrel. A heated argument was heard in the dining room at T o'clock, aud a few minutes later several shots were heard. After shooting both her hus band and daughter, Mrs. Hester locked the door aud shot herself, her lifeless body lieing fouud lieside that of her daughter. It has leen learned from neighbors that Mrs. Hester was very jealous of her husliand. and repeatedly threat ened to kill him. Hester left home early yesterday morning and did not return until in the evening. Hester was a saloon keeier and quite prom luent among the sportiug fraternity in Covington. Looking Tor levelopments Birmingham, Eng., June 1. Emma Kuowles, woman undertaker, iu the cellar of whose house the bodies of 31 infants were found, is held pending inquests. She offered a flimsy expla nation, claiming she retived babies for burial at the rate of !2 cents each, which did uot warrant the expense of burying them, except in soap boxes in her cellar. Only four d.x-tors certifi cates have beeu produced to account for the death of the infants. "A baby farm" is hinted at, and sensational developments are looked for. Five Lynched In a Hunch, fsiisanville. Oil., June 1. At Look out. Modoc county, Calvin Hall, his three sons and a youug man living with Hall wen arrested for horse stealing. The five men were then taken by a mob of aliout " iersons, and all were hanged. Hall was a man of considerable intelligence. His wife was a squaw. Much Bloodshed Prevented. Cuerna vaca, Mex., June 1. Rurales who have lieen rushed to the state of tJuerrero. where the political malcon tents threatened to overthrow the ex isting state government by force of arms, has prevented a large amount of bloodshed. Detachments of troops are stationed throughout the state. Child Burned to Death. Tekln, Ills., June 1. The 3 year-old child of Frank Scheidel found matches in his bedroom and lighting one, his clothes eatigftt fire and he was so badly burned that he died two hours later. The mother iu trying to put out the flames had lioth hands frightfully b'T-tliHl. i . A COUNTRY ROAD. A dusty, stony way, whose bord'ring tod Is thick m-ith blackberries and goldenrod; Abrupt, bare hills on one side looking down. And from the other you can see the town Follow the river's course through meadows green. O'er which thick woods and marble ledge, lean. A little farther, where the road descends, A brook's soft tinkle with some bird song blend, (Gone from it. edge the dear old dame', small cot Half hidden by quaint flowers'): lush bergamot Wakes sweet its banks, it. depth, the boy. .till swim Or watch the minnow, from some willow limb. Upon it. bridge how often 1 have stood. Watching the west, whose glory seemed to flood With tenderest light the poorliouse and the grave. Reside it turn to gold the brooklet'. waves Till from the hill, oh, dearest sight of all, I saw my father, and I beard him call! lie came with sturdy stride and .winging- pail My hand in bis told my day's whole tale Of Joys, that 'neath his bright smile Kerned to grow. While lessened was my every childish woe As hi. sweet words fell on my soul like balm bile we walked homeward through the fragrant calm. Mary M. McCarthy In Boston Transcript. SALTED BUTTER. Why It Keep Better Than Batter Tbat la Freak. j does salt butter keep better , Why than fresh butter? We must first real- ize that the bacterial population of a : moderate sized pat of butter may be ! reckoned by millions, that a tiny lump ! only large enough to go into a thimble ! has leen knowo to be tenanted by nearly 4S.O00.000, that. In fact, in con suming a slice of bread and butter you may unconsciously be assimilating in dividual lives exceeding In number those of the whole of Europe. Thus the urgency for keeping these hordes In check and hence the efforts which are made, first, to set up effectual barriers to their Ingress by taking proper pre cautions in the production of milk and. second, in the conduct of the processes involved In the manufacture and distrl bution of the finished article. Included In these processes Is the ad dition of salt in such quantities as to Justify the butter being known as salt butter, this addition being made with the object of extending the keeping powers of the butter or. in other words. to suppress to a large extent the activi ties of the butter bacteria. Tbat salt does act In this manner Is shown by the fact that in butter thus treated a very large reduction In the number of micro-organisms present is effected. There can be little doubt, therefore, that the common butter microbes do not by any means regard salt as their elixir of life. In England boracfc acid Is said to be extensively used in butter as a preserv ative or antiseptic agent, while In the United States a recent public health document states that Done was report ed to have been found in the samples of butter examined. This Is probably due to the fact that in America there exists a strong prejudice In favor of salt butter, whereas In England the use of salt butter is the exception and not the rule. Hence In America salt can be used as a preservative Instead of the boracic acid employed for that purpose In England. The densely populated condition of butter above referred to Is not to be wondered at If we realize that the raw material In the shape of milk may coo tain from 500,000 to at ou; s 183,. 000,000 of bactaria ta a ftv drop, I OTjTMini Ml nil ENTRE NOUS VS. Ci"l, SHAMROCKS. JUNE 2 - Bring 'Em In! NOW COME C. M. AVIL.SOX and EUGENE VINCENT, The Avenue Horse Shoers. They claim none are tsetter. All interfering horses stopped or no charge. All kinds of shoes made to suit I the foot. If you have a tame horse, give us a tri.il." Wilson &. Vincen, mo. 176 Avenue Ilorsesliners. THIS - - -GROWLING will no doubt l:etoppd if the line pp agid n4 the "bear" indicatts am thing. If you have obligations grobng at you conic lo us anrl let us line up against them and see if e cannot settle them. We have done it many times and can do it for you. If you have ho schold goods or chattels of any kiiul, a salaried po- it ton or some thing of value we can help you. Business strct'y coniidt Dtt;d. RICHMOND LOAN CO. (EatatdLhed 1H95) Room Colonial Building. Home Phona. -1 i!i Main and 7th sts. Absolutely Harmless. Cures on tr e Spt BR0M0-PEPSIN NOTE THE WORD PEPSIN. I I n CQ Headache, S!eepiessr st W KJ II L O Ifdigesbcn. Neroureti riruoaikta tO. ?& hi . I Daper Hanging & raimmg ED. LAMB 1105 Cress Hal Street, llama Phona 6 Instead of- mm 4 . " a , . W v-svws 81 FIAWE1NG Vm II VlfS. . vVN WCi i,HUl 1' 1S t ' w Store News... LION BRAND WALDO - - -NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. It is in acknowledged t d V Iter slm ts than any We re sliowins s tne very s-tyles, jus.1 in for spring i NECKWEAR. We have the prettiest stock of JSOc Ties to 1e found anywheie, fact is lots of the ties e stll for fifty cents are sold in o'lier s-toresi for one d liar. We have made our neckwear department especially sdrong and attractive by giving unufual values, elegant, nobby, ftyles. We want the most rct nt kt les. t AVE CAKRY IX STOCK FULTj lixe of SCREEN WIItE, SCREEN 11 IN OES .,, - HOOKS AND IvNORS AND HANDLES. The public is respectfully solicited to examine our stock, nnd prices which are the lowest market figures. . . . Al.C. PH1CF. buying biscuit, crackers and wafers in a paper bag, or a piece of paper, you should get them in the In-er-seal Patent Package. nstead of having them handled over and over again.no one touches them from the time they leave the oven until they reach your table. Instead of keeping them in a cracker jar to get stale and musty you keep them in the package, and the package keeps them fresh. Instead of telling the grocer to send you any thing he has, just say you want the kind that come in the In-er-seal Patent Package. When you order Soda, Milk, Graham and Oatmeal Biscuit, Ginger anilla Wafers and Reception Flakes, insist on getting those which c me in-er-seai raieni fackage. Uon t take a substitute. seal trade mark design at the end of the box. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY. , y-.--ia r 7 -a tr --Tr 1 JUNE 2. SHORE CARDS, 10c. GRAND STAND, 15c. w fact that we st 11 more shirts house in the city. handsome $1 to S1.50 Screen D !o:s and Screen Windows Snaps. come in Look for the la-er- "fail -mil tlnr'ti 25 a . . ' ii ii i s sv CREAKI TMliM para iI-HAPPEPw, COMMNTf . Fl M3LAY, OHIO. IJ-S A p. c fe