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STORIES OF liVKINLEY. Memories of the President's Boyhood Days. I5CIDE5T3 TOLD BY HI3 HOTHEE. Ilorr of Ilia Conversion Told by Ilia Old I'ailor Firm Law Mara lion lie Urfrsdrd a Mrdiral Cllrnt Last Art Drfore lie Una Shot Oae of Kindness. A good sized volnme might be filled j with the many little Incidents, humor- ! ous. pathetic and otherwise, marking j President McKInley's career as boy. lawyer. soldier and statesman that ' Lave found their way into print. i course, and a very proud Kntno nf ttio rno.it lnt..n.criiw ror.,1. i er hail the Other itli'. the pi;deui y u-tii to receive scores of rt-'Hif-'s to u.&ke speeches, and iv.auy of these wen- a f-.-ou.; .aiiied with .;'." r of money. One tiay he reee-ved a let ter froui Itoston s'.acin: that the m r.ter would j,'ive him if he would d. liv er a speech there. "I do not know why it is," said the then governor of Ohio, "but there is a sort of repugnance iu my mind air:K::st giving my views on public qucj-tioiiB for pay. I may be all wron about it. j but I know it would take ail the enthu siasm out of we If I knew tLtt I was polmr to be paid at the end of a u.eet- lng for the remarks I made dr.ri:?' it. ', I Lave had money offered me very of ten, but I have never taken it. I remember a speech which I made not loi: ajro in debute at :;e of the ' big eastern universities 0-1 the tariff question. 1 took the protection side, of ;:t free trad ortlv after 1 FIVE LiTL FOX: PUZH PHILIPPINE PROVINCE. An A ' f x r-i,tiU- Th.-n .- Ar . ! I t:. i r . I :u-d . f i'h ten-!-, f. 1 l Then, at vr huv-r r n t:.ise h.m t.;j an-' r y- tre in trinir Tiir and w T!.:s f,-x r:j r.ir ttn-.Vr t drive Kim I--w ani dn-., itii tl.i g-ood hur.rir. una Am nir -hr vir-5 in r;y trr-i! Creeps i:s the ioi;ci? f I F 1 Ci.-L T A An "Tit bim fUit gr-i T.". J i r ".Via Not Forget Aa. "1r fx is hi. :: - rr.v vinf?. '.en !.. Eiscences of his earlier days were re lated, says the Itostoo Olobe, by his beloved mother a few years before her death, and from those it would appear that the future president was a lively and affectionate youngster of the "mid dling good" description. Mother" McKinley said that Wil liam was a great hand for marbles, and he was very fond of his bow and arrow. He got bo that he was a very ood shot with an arrow. The thing he loved best of all was a kite. "It seems to me," said Mrs. McKinley, "I never vent Into the kitchen without seeing a paste jot or a ball of string waiting to be made Into a kite. He never cared much for pets. I d.m't believe he ever bad one. We didn't own a horse, so he sever rode or drove. He was always teasing to go barefooted the minute the snow was off the ground. When summer came, he always had a stone bruise or a stubbed toe, and he was as ; proud as a king to show ail the other ' boys how he stubbed or bruised his ; foot. Altbci s!i William had no taste for fishing and rarely if ever attempted . the sport, he was very fond of swim- i ming." j In pursuance of her plan of making ; her boys useful. Mrs. McKinley re- i quired them to divide the labors of the house. They binned wood and lots of It, and It had to le sawed and split. It came In h ::gths four feet long, and William and A liner, being of about the same cge, had to prepare It for use. Mr. McKinley remembers that Wil liam was a steady chopper, muscular and willing, but Abner usually had the bigger pile to his credit. However. Abner got other boys to help him. while he directed their work. William, on the contrary, always sawed his own wood. The loys had the garden to hoe, chickens to feed and errands to run. Mr. McKInley's conversion in the Methodist church at Poland. O., is thus related by his old pastor. Iter. Dr. Silas C. Swallow: "Young McKInley's admission to the church made such a vivid Impression on my miud that I will never forget it. lie had been a fremient attendant at arrive ! iu the city the president of the ; institution called umii me at my hotel. : Iiuriiig the visit he took four one hun ; dred dollar bills out of his pocket ai;d laid them down on the table, j "'What is t:.::t for':" said I. I "'That is f::r your speech toni-M. I was the reply. ! " "Hut 1 don't want any money for i the speech,' I answered. 'I did not come here to talk for money, and I can not take it. " 'We would rather have you take it than not,' said the president. 'We have paid that much to your opponent, and I see no reason why you should not be paid as well as he.' "Well," pursued the governor, "the president continued to insist, and at last I told him that if he was deter mined upon It he could pay my ex penses. It wovdd cost me !fjO to fill the engagement, and that was all that I could accept. I asked them to semi the money to my home, for. do you know, 1 do not believe I could have done my best with that money in my pocket." Tf ht I'm S..rry i IIItT The last thing Mr. Kinley did on the Pan-American grounds before he was shot was a little act of kindness, says the New York World. Fred KI0011 hammer, a programme boy, met the presidential carriage drawn up for a moment for the view of the court of fountains. "Here's a programme for you. Mr. President." said the boy. eluding the police escort, and. stepping close to the carriage, he handed Mr. McKinley three. The president took them, smil ed, reached into his pocket and handed , the boy a dollar. The youngster put his hand behind him and took a back ward step. "So, sir; that's a present," he said bravely. The president smiled again, returned ' the coin to his pocket, nodded thanks and was whisked away, while the lad stood in the middle of the roadway and watched the carriage until it was out of sight. Fhj-sicions and others who have been in attendance on Presidcut McKiulev SMALL CALIBER RIFLES. How TUey Vnj- lie Kept ( leiin With a Snuirt of Water. "Now. I'll tell you -something that wi!l save you the trouble and expense of bringing this gun to me again," said the expert gunsmith to the owner of a .22 caliber magazine rifle, the barrel of which had become so foul that it would not sluM.it true. "The ritles of this gun are not lead ed. They are simply caked up with powder. All small caliber rifles get that way when ordinary, soft bullets ate shot out of them. This caked pow der is as hard as steel, and if I were to try to get it out with instruments I would ruin several dollars' worth of tixils. Water is the thing to use. Wa ter is the greatest solvent known, but very few people, particularly people who handle guns, seem to appreciate it. They nearly always try to dean. Jtlitrr gun barrels with oil when water will : do the work twice as well. "You use this ri!le mostly for shoot ing frovs. don't you? I thought so. Hint is what most men use a .22 cali ber for. And you sometimes shoot it several hun.:d times a day, and you Cud it too much trouble to wipe it out every few shots. Ain't I rUht; I knew it. Now, let me tell you what to do. : Jet a small syringe that you can carry .' in your vest pocket, and after every ' ten or twelve shots squirt a syringeful : of vafer into the barrel of your gun j from the brooch, then shoot a cartridge out of it while it is wet. If you will follow this plan, you can shoot your gua 10,000 times and never need to clean rt. The water softens the powder that has accumulated in the rifles and the bullet forces it out. "T-'se plenty of water in the barrel of your ritfe, very little oil in the lock, ami ii 'vt r under any circumstances put coal oil in the works, and you will save yourself much vexation and always have a smooth working gtiii." St. Lou is Kepublic. I acts Aliocl Tayatiaa. In Se ill h r-n. ern Luzon. From official material e n the division of insular aff::" war department at ai..:i;g-e-!i u.i j.lw tract has been prepared co:;. ; -i ::;g the province of Tayab.is, v. hi. !i .,, n pies the western of the two gr ::i p ninsulas which terminate s.mtlu ast r: Luzeii. It has an area of U.:U54 s.:a;e miles, with an acreage if 1.4Vt.T':. or more than twice the size of Uu-.:de is land. There is a main central cl.:.::i f : mountains which sends out lateral ranges toward the PatiSe Visayun :::.d Mimloro sea coasts and ranges in eleva tion from to 2.2CO feet. The T:va - bas river, the largest Ft nam. has fivm six to twelve fett depth near its luoiizh. The shores of this province are ind. nt ( fd by three of the largest and tin -t . bays in the archipelago. Its p. pu'.a ; tion is 10ti.7S. nearly as much as that of the state of Lolaware. The h.ha! it ants are Tagnh gs and ISieels. both lan guages being spoken. There are twen-ty-tiuve towns and 4-Z villages, besides : rural settlements. The capital. Lucer.a, a port of entry, telegraph and military station, with a population of ln.7!2. the second iu size iu the province, is , well built. Indications of coal are found in sev eral parts of the province. Among ; many valuable woods the duaig.il may be mentioned. This tree produces a : bitter wood, from which cups are made. and has a medicinal value. Water ' standing In the cups In a few hours ac quires a taste and effect similar to qui niue. The inhabitants are largely en gaged in the manufacture of hats, ci- : gar cases and boxes. More than 3ni looms are operated in weaving hemp and pineapple fiber. There are also forty mills engaged in making oil from the cocoa nut. Many of the towns have dock and boat building facilities. - STRIKING THE RIGHT SPOT. Thats the Great Secret of Richmond Praise Given to Dr. A. V. Chase's Nere Pills, There come times to rerv life when ; a lack of strectrth. fai-intr arprt';te. p K.r 1 i-cu'.ati c, weak heart a tim j ;u.d many other svrnptorus tuty break in. Ttev are 1 .-t di-.eaes the : person may cot be Lid until thev have existed a lorg- t:m The intiu enceof Dr. A W. Chases Nerve Pi. is is to create nerve force and im mediately jvople find themselves t'et lictr well because ne-ve force con trols every vita: or'at; of the Kxiv -Mr. J. A. Hawkins of cumter IKd soutc twelfth street, Hvhmocd.Ind.. savs: "Some years su I was token down with severe nervous prostra tion which has left ni? ever since a -urterer from rervousudss and the results of nervousness. iruliVestirm an.i heart t K! ., T ..... l. tultjrie.ut Id cu .. i it uox 01 1 pre- .r. .1. v . inase s Aerve I'liis at A. (.'. Lukeu & Co s druir store. Now I can say my nervous systtn: has been tor ed up, my icdiVestion re ieved ar,d the action of mv heart steadied. 1 tuner GIANT CABBAGE. can reenmrrend tWnil't .10 o did nerve med'eice. " ' Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve lYds are j oid at 5k? a box atdealers o- T)r A ! W. Cbase Medicine Co., IJi.rTalo, N. Y See that portrait and signature of A. V. Chase, M I) , are on every package. Ilk hrnond, lad. TO BUFFALO BY BOAT. It Makes Restful Sleep. S!wplens almost invariably .vnmp. r ' iinsiijat!0! aiuJ its luamfoiil tit;ri.ilto, f lis nervo-t: disiraers, intlticetion. IumvI-u-:)?. of pftite,tc To lieni t to in-v'.iK-e lrt?p l.y tpiMt- i a avrtnun mitk((s fi r the !r;ii!i !onl.v tei:uuirit and the l.ody sup ft is. Celery K:nsr removes theeausr i'akt fuiness ty is svHithmir r!Vi-t ou luis nerves Hiui eo the s!oniM a ana tiowels. Oelt-rv K in cure Constipation ard Nerve siuxuueti. I.icr aJ Kivluey disoases. S ELEGTRIG PILLS Benefit is I. t mediate and Ferii!iior,l Restores li e i'. uer intrndt-i ail n-en si . ii' i hs-e if it has been wastt j and .irsm-vrj t,v r.T.-ri-, At-use. Indisctt-ocn cf Yoaiii cr" tve.--.'.- itoca wh that 1 irfd, Wm v, Krstios- a.- ' UU' holy e!.-ll Nnvcuj an,! Slcfp.rss NcirtV.W Back and Lick t. Ambiuon .Makri iu Jl irohed, lounit aain, and life u"ru: loitiv C imr-ieteiy ret-uiics tilc e:t.-us Svt--; Cr,r t. lumrtent to cui t::cjt c-ics, ;.ca u.oh to ve its worth to t.i iuoM s-.-'o t r or tan guaranteca (r.ir f s : ,n, s f.n . . - i take no cHance. s we truarantt-c (, boxa to cure in jo days or refund your money, wmrt: it piv,t that we uiostc-iiie trie oi!on:v c-.is pM. -us. By auui in plain .viif.psi ct. fv.ipi of fiki ELECTRIC PILL COMPAQ f T5 WCST Jcon Strict, CHICAGO ILL. A. (i Lukeu & C., CJ30 Main St. Charles I,. Ma paw, SOI I t. Vaym Av.. the Suuday ttj-vicea and was on ar- ut-Bl s,ci.er. yn tne evening .McKinley ; are licginnin? to repeat iucklents and 'got up' I had been exhorting all my! scraps of conversation which throw in. hearers to repent deeply of their sins ud seek salvation of their souls. j "After the preaching we had a prayer meeting, and young McKinley! arose in his seat. He was about four- ' teen years old at the time, and a more dramatic figure of an earnest boy I never saw. Stan.lina erect, with bowed bead, but looking every one full in the face, he said: -I aiu determined to be a "hristian. I believe that God is the greatest and best being of the tin! verse, and I aia determined to love and aerve him. I believe religion is the; Ix'st thing In all the world, and I am ! jroing to seek it w'th all my heart until ; I find it.1 "There was nothing affected in the ', boy's manner, but his quiet, earnest w ay attracted the attention of every- i body in the church. The boy at that time was a student at the Toland In- ' Ptitute. and the stand he took for re- t llglon had a great amount of influence with the younger people." James P. Gardner of Ellerslie. Alte ghany county. Md.. claims that be was teresting side lights on the personality of the nation's executive. One of the most touching stories was repeated the other day by a physician who assisted at the first operation in the Pan-Ainer-lcan Emergency hospital, says a I!uf- falo correspondent of the New Yorl; Press. The doctor said: "When we had administered the ether to President McKinley as a prelimi nary to '. . 3rst operation and just 11s he was sinking into unconsciousness, we saw his lips move. Heiiding over the prostrate form, that we might catch what, alas, might prove to be his last words, we heard, faintly, but distinct ly, a part of the 1-ord's Prayer. 'Thy kingdom come, thy will be done,' wore the last words of President McKinley as he passed into that vale from which, as none knew better than he, he might never emerge." Whenever be could the president has cracked a Joke in his sickroom. The other morning Miss Mohn. one of the nurses, counted the president's pulse. ; J: Irst gazing at the watch in her hand Instrumental In securing for President j aD(l then looking up at her quizzically. the president said Once 1 had a watch, too yes, even I aictviniey tils first law case. A poor J woman of Canton had fallen In a j ewer, carelessly left open by city offl-j rials, and sustained severe injuries. ; She was disabled for work and prob- ably too Ignorant or too poor to bring j nit. j Mr. Gardner, then a resident of Tan- i xou. interested Dimself in the poor wo-' " TOU"iy. nas introduced a new man's behalf and carried the case to metflod by which to prevent tardiness Anwdote of S!mi lire ten. An operat'.c sinaer tells the trowing ; little known anecdote relating to the late Mr. Sims Keeves: About the mid dle of the sixties, while the eminent tenor was livirg in a hotel of a town on the sonth ccast. he made a wager : witl another guest that he would Maei his face, proceed to the beach and sing a few of the songs which had made him famous without recognition. Sims Keeves duly disguised himself and ren dered to a sparse audience -Tom Bowl ing," -My I'rjtty Juno," etc.: but. strange to say, he did not receive much in the way of appreciation or financuil tributes from the beach loungers. Hat in baud the tenor approached an elder ly gentleman .who was standing apart nnd requested a trilling honorarium, but the stranger had recognized the great vocalist despite his ebon hued skin, and he replied with decision: "Not this time. Mr. Sims Keeves! My wife is mad about your performances, and you have cost me many a guinea. You have just treated me to the luxury of listening to you without any ruin ous expense being attached." "Confound you," said Keeves. "you have made me lose my bet! Come to my hotel and have a drink." Jfortli Dakota Una m Very E!g; One at the Buffalo Show. North Dakota's commissioners to the Pan-American exposition have just re ceived ami placed on exhibition what ; they claim Is the largest cabbage : which has been shown at the exposi i tion. says the Poohester Union and ' Advertiser. It is the largest they have : yet had. and Commissioner Cuhing I says there has never been a time when ; North Dakota was not showing a lar ger head of cabbage in its pavilion than any of its rival exhibiting states could bring forward. The man v.-ho sent the cabbage, a truck farmer, who has a place near one of the towns in the Ked river val ley, also sent a note witb it reading: "This cabbage weighs eighteen pounds, but it is enly a baby to one I ' am raising for you." Mr. Gushing is waiting hopefully for this phc21.-1men-.1n to pur in its appear ance, arid when it conies !.e expt ets to show something which will be an evi dence that North Dakota so 1 is gocd for something besides v. :;.. u and Rax. "The soil's all right." i.e said, sneak ing of the promised ac,;u:s:t:ou to the exhibit. "It's the farmers. They had I it her grow wheat and Cax. raie stock, things they can farm on a large stale, than do truck farming. Many farmers don't even raise vegetables for their own use, and the state as a whole imports tm per cent cf the vege tables it uses. If ,".n eastern truck farmer wo;:ld get a piece of land m-r.r cue of the larger towns, go to ra's.g vegetables and poultry and work the way he does back here, lie would be ready to retire within five years." Steamer Trip via Cleveland In Connec- nectlon Wltn Akron Route i Througn Service. j In addition to the through time! i aDd through car service to ihiffalo j over !he Akron Koutt, the trip to ! tb? Pan-American ExjxisitioL, may ! be made via Cleveland and steamer j by taking trains running' over the C, A. & C. link of the Akron Route to Cleveland, where they connect ' wnh tre b. at line. Tickets to Buf- j falo acd return via Cleveland over j 'he C, A. & C. rca.v be obtained gW injr the purchaser the ODtion of boat or rail between Cleveland and JJuf f uo. For particulars apply to C. W. Elmer, Pass, atd Ticket Agent, iifciiaiond, led. tit Ol'R Ul'NnRV PL4NT Twentieth Century Medicine. Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as far ahead of ancient pill poisons and liquid physic as the elcctr'.c light of the tallow candie. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. Ail druggists, ioc, FARES TO BUFFALO s equipped with everything necessary to do satisfactory work Customers need' have no hesitation in s.-nd- ; in their niot treasured pieces. They , will be bandit d tenderly and returned in i .erfect condition. Richmond Steam Latin c?ry has become celebrated through the fine ; quality of its work. Everything is done 1 right. A postal card will bring messenger. D. W. WALTERS Prep. Phone . KIKE ALARM BOXEN- OUGHT TO BE STRUNG UP. (tolsii.t'i Brother In Akron. O.. on Shouting of (lie Prt-Kitlent. "He ought to be strung up." said Mike Czolgosz. brother of Let n Cxol gosz. the anarchist who shot I'resi- " -uciviuiey, wnen spoken to er the Akron Houfe loi I'aii-Aincricau I-Ix position. Excursion tickets to Buffalo over the A'ron Route via Chautauqua Lake for the Pan-A-rnerican Extxsi rion arp cow on srle at ticket o!l,ces of the PeLnsyivania Lines and coii neetit.' rail w ars. Fares from Richmond, led., are as follows: Tickets k'ood returning ten days,, ; ?12.b5. Tickets t,'ood returning Sfteen days, $15.55. Season tickets with return limit I until October 31st, $18. ' ! Special coach excursion tickets, The stranger accent! tho r,r,ctoM. 1 a pocbetbook. I saw tbein taking my invitation. watch and my pocketbook. and now I j have nothing whatever." ' j Klasea For Pnnrtoal Paplla. Miss Julia Wilson, a schoolteacher In ! between meals. This rule applies to infants as well as to older children. The practice of feeding the little one Major McKinley. who had Just hung amng her pupils, says a dispatch from ; every time it cries is a most serious in- ut dis shingle. The latter worked it 1 """u. iuu.. 10 me uuicago Hecord- CbllCren'a Meala. Children should be taught to be reg ular at their meals and to take nothing on'y bT chance that his real name was aiscovered. says the .New York Sun. Mike Czolgosz did not care to talk much regarding bis brother and said be knew nothing regarding the anarch- garding his brother. Mike Czolgosz' ' po eayicg Buffalo up to midnight j presence at Barberton, near Akron, O.. Ul x cursaay ioiK w ing date of sale was discovered the other day. lie se-' ma.v e obtained on Tuesdays at ' cured employment at the Diamond Match works a few vrees ago. but i Tourist tickets at special fares when he gave his na;e it was put may also be obtained for trips to re down as Mike Zolden by the time- sorts in Car-ada. All tickets to Can keeper, i ada and eastern points, including Czolgosz evidently did not care how ; ew York, will be good for stop-over his name was corrupted, aud it was I at tDe Pan-Handie Exposition on payment 01 1 extra at Buffalo rtST DISTRICT. ?kuth of Mum, West of Seventh Stree 12, First snd south C, Piano factory 13, Second and south B 1 4. Fourth ath south D 15. Fifth P.nd -H-nth B 11. Fifth nnd south If 18. Sevectb and south C CO-'D DtgTRICT. Kouth of Main. Ieteen 7th and Iltli otw 21. F.ighth au.l Main 23 Eighth and juth K fW-ventb and south G Ninth ard south A T?nth and south C Eleventh and Main Eleventh and south J THIRD DiSTRIOT. Pouth of Main, East of ElereEth Stree" 81, Twelfth and south. B 32. Twelfth and south E 84, Fourteenth and Main 85, Fourteenth and sonth C 8. Eighteenth and south A 37, Twentieth and Ma:'a FOURTH DISTRIOT. 24, 25. '2. 2' Stop-overs at Chautauqua' Lake ' OTth of.Main. West of 10th st. to River up and brought suit against the citv lie won. and as a consequence the wo man was able to provide herself with a comfortable home and a "rainy day" fund. The only reward Major McKin ley got for his services, says Mr. Gard ner, was the pleasure which a good Herald. She announced liefore the school that she would kiss the first ar rival every morning. Miss Wilson Is a handsome lass of IS summers, and the boys declare she is "sweet as a peach." The first morning after her announce ment as early as 5 o'clock a number of man derives from the performance of . tIle elJest schoolboys were roosting on a good deed. Young McKinley was once defending a medical client sued for alleged mal practice in setting a broken leg. It wts suspected, without means of proof being provided, that the claim was what la the legal slang of corporation damage suits is called "a fake snap." The plaintiff's counsel had ocularly exposed the nialpracticed leg to the jury and oracularly showed the nodes which were the alleged palpable evi-; denees 0f the want of medical skill; when McKinley exclaimed as the plain- tiff was restoring the clothing of the5 limb. "Now let us see your other leg." i which, after very excusable objections; as to policy from his attorney, was ex-! hibited. The new exhibit, which proved tc have two duly Diarfeed with iudia ink. ! showed the same nodes that were npcD the other leg and proved that, as Mc Kinley wittily remarked, it was Dam -'atrt-e who had been guilty cf nai practice. Mr. McKIuk j before his election tc the fence awaiting their pretty school teacher's arrival. At S o'clock the en tire school was there. The township trustees also put in an appearance. Miss Wilson kept her promise. Jury to its weak digestive organs. An inrant s stomach, though it needs food at more frequent intervals two to four hours, according to its age requires the same regularity which is essential to the maintenance of healthy diges tion in older persons. The irregularity usually practiced is undoubted v one of the greatest causes of the fearful n-.Ttality of infants from disorders of the digestive organs, as appears in our ; mortuary reports. istic sentiments held by Leon. He ad- will be allowed on ail tickets u, Hnf. falo aDd eastern points, without ex-! tra cost. f pv.- .1 . . . ! x ui .uru,u suowmtr convenient ; tu.iKit., uunvm, iuai uf uimscit uan f-ii?.-ru(if r service to iJUnaiO been a socialist, but asserted that be at"d other information, please aptlv had repudiated the doctrines of that to C W. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Rich mono, tea. Sunday Rates to Cincinnati Over the ! C. R. S M. j The C. R & M. hare made a Snr. ; dav rate to Cincinna-i, jroc-d everv ; frr the round sect. "1 do not believe that Leon shot the president because of any affiliation with anarchists." be said. "He must have been paid by some one to commit the foul deed." Fall's Approach. The leaves are turning into gold; They !n-ai do the same; It is a hide aay they Lave. A sort of preen gods pa me. The fc7 twilight brings a moco That takes up half the skr AnJ nakrt a humrry feilcw tkisk Of future pumpk-in pie. The cider press jtpU boay new; It does not stop nor lag. Aad country folks asain iebate, "IV Cstier Cause a JtgV T!-e price cf coal goes up a nctch; The price of ice comes dc-vs; The fcita who apend their coin abroad Are fettUcg new in taii. And. ch. toe rah-rah boy pertdts His bair to grew quite Vine Aai burst the air wjta c.uJg yelU Or tunes hia coilese nr,. The theaters are cptn. and ?ew ragrinse sccrs we ; Tfcee yirpton-j nuke it very plain; e taw that it is fi!l. BLltaxiora Americaa, Cornmrsl, Before usins corniteal in a bread al ; 'nays scahl it to soften its starch. Tlure is not time enousrh during the bakinn for this to be done properlv. '. Do this by scalding half of the milk or i water you use. then pour It hot over j the cornmeaL Xext add the ergs, the s ; rest of the cold liquid, then the flour : : end baking powder sifted tos-ether. j Good Housekeeping. Scheme to Cbtrk Malaria. The general prevalence of malarial fevers and other complaints at New Haveu, Conn., caused Ma'or J. P. Studley to legin investigations, says the New York Pest. He recently had a conference with City Health officer Wright, and both agree that the cause is probably to be found in the excava tions made m Sunday at one fare f trip tickets $1.15 ard t'ood for one j day trains leave here at 9:30 a. m. j Returning-, arrive here at 9;iJ5 p. in' 41, Third and Main, Robinson ahotx ' Run HUTU V 43, City Building, Fire Headcnarten 45, Gaar. Scott & Co 46, No. 1 hoe bouse, north th street 47, Champion Mills 48, Tenth and north I FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Sevastopol. 6. West Third and Chestnut 51, West Third and National road 52, West Third and Kinsey 63, West Third and Richmond avenu 6-1. Eariham College 65, State and Hover 65, Grant and Ri'de 57, licet and Maple 5S, Grant and Sheridan 69, Bridge avenue. Paper Hill SIXTH DISTRICT. Low Rates to IprllanapolU J North of D Street, East o rth Sir 61, Rai'roo.d Shor j Pepper. : I Tt(? value of pepper WS3 known cf ' j old. We read that when Rome had to i j ransomed from the barbarian con- ! I Q"Pror in the year 400 Alar'.c demanded ; j Sam) pounds of pepper among the par- ! I ments and that Hipiocrates nsed it in ' j medicine, applying it to the skin. via Pennsylvania September lath to ITth inclrve for Meetint; Sjvereitrr. Grar.ri rr- ; nil r.r ti, i-.wn;r.ni I- O. O. F., excursion tickets will - i streets rrus summer for rav nir n".. - u luuiouauuiis arenntr fjma poses. Mayor Stndlev bas consulted ;L,ine5- Sood returning until Septem-1 .1 - ... ... . . her f'l-tth arith . . : ciieuiists. tie oners tiie ooara or neaith the suggestion that streets remaining to be excavated be sprinkled by water ing carts containing a solution cf cop peras, corrosive sublimate and chloride of lime to kill microbes and bacteria. 62, Button's Coffin Factory 63, Hoosier Drill Works 64, Wayne Agricultural Wort 60, Richmond City Mill Work 63, Westcott Carriage Co 67, Thirteenth and north H SEVENTH DISTRICT. Ol J L U MU I T1V Pf 1'P to rr' ,5 ."j,- I and North D sta, E of 10U ------. "fe-" i. euiisvivariia i Lines. " f PoUodooi Smoke. Working 'iKtt and Day. ! The busiest and mightiest little! tbicp that ever wa? rrade is Dr I rvin s yew Ufe Puis. Tfcece r.H't Jezebel, the qneen of Ahab. accord In? to one of the rabbis, had "black eyes tiat were set on fire cf htlL" The cigarette famishes the strike of charge weakness into stre-tTth PUt' f battle cow that smokeless powder is lessr.ess to enercry, brain-fa-to'rrer, in vosrue. says the Minneap.:.Iis Thnes. tal power, TheV"r wnlf f' I One American firm shipped a.n.M.'uO.f of the little cylinders to Soutn Africa .las jear. building up the health. oVlv ' per box. Sold by A. G. Luken" Co., druggists. in & i 7, Ninth and north A 71, Eieventh and north B 72, Fourteenth and north C 78, No. 3 hose house, east end 74. Eighteenth and north C 75, Testy-econd and north E SPECIAL SIGNALS 2-2-2 Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire out 8-3-3 Fire pressure 3 Fire pressure off 10-10-10 Natural gas o 10 Natural una oa