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cm ec to nr. County Otlwer. Circuit RU JulmR.C-ir. CSso,.oU, StenK.-.l..-r H A. Sh. ,,,.n. aw Uw JmUcuf P.te U.m.I An.lcis,.., IWcti.u Attorney K. M.C .e. w she.i... h-- v."".0"' County U-- i..l).W.-r l'w I' iw County Tif.tsurer Daimi Circuit Couit Coinn.iiotu rs. Oian W. RowLiiwi, 1 .w 1 I rt.i C. C ,i-h-n, Sot:th Haven Vircii ll.tiosi, lUnncr Cn.inty Surveyor " ' County Conuui,a rS, '. Vaw ,,aw c-',i,i,r',nC,;l;:;;;.;:;::Mri.:!st-nv.(Mcviue ijl.ii K. C.ltten. Hni?or CoroiuT "J , ,, Sect,tary,(Sl:ronnt.nnt;on-.w WHERE THE MONEY GOES. I Th tlitTori't.t irrouj' or cU- s of in-j atitutions will receive from the tato this j year the following amounts for their maintenance and other expanses: Educa tional institutions, $l,0So,So3; benevolent, $57.'!, 771; er.al and reformatory, t3rH,in'.!; asylums for inar.e, SVM.'JIj; general purpose fund, ?l,015,r.TT. COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT. T! .rj IIimIIuk h lmilr 'AO. Cmiuty " " Una rll Mate 3U,'flTTl. Arlington, Antwerp Aline na, lUnfr, Columbia Covt-i t Decatur, Geneva Ha'nilt'Mi J lai tfoi 'l, lu' ler Lawrence l'aw l'av..- Port' Tine drovn.... So. Haven Tp. So. Haven city Wave! iy.-. 1 ranV. 1 ullei. Lawrence ' i w. Mitclvt !l. Law ton ' ,,'c K i.ne.h. l'aw l'aw K. lull Y. V.rk. .,. loM.-ville 1. J. pilliuall, UatlU t An'a.'evv (i .yno., llree.Utille Geue JUle. Coeit liVvi.l K. Si' -'- lc",:r ' Vu, W. Wenl.an.L.trota .utin Conw..y. Dec.ti:r joi n Ran. H mf .r.l '(-,, .c n.tnu ttel. Keeler lU ne.lic t L .wiei.ce ",'','.., e C. Wa.ru t.r.wPr.w "J .,i,n CotiiMi, Lawton (- J. WilnT, Ken.i H CUr JtVc'e K. Place, So. Haven 'VV Geo W.H. n-n. So. Haven V " l' en y7teak.S,lUven . L.r MM-s. So. Hayen M" UavU Rich, l'aw Paw Let me s!t I have ued Elv'a cream halm for catarrh ami can through rec ommend it for what it claims. Ver truly, llew) II. W. Hathaway, Elizabeth, N..J. I tried Kiy's cream halm and to all appearances am cured of catarrh. The terrible headaches from which I lontf sutlered are rone. W.J. Hitchcock, late Major U. S. Vol. and A. A. Ceti., Putfalo, N. Y. The lialm not irritate or cause sneeit.i;. Sold by drutftfists at .")Ucts., or mailed by Kly brothers, 50 Warren St., New York. ANOTHER EVIDENCE or CoiitiiU-nt tn tli rutiire of ttie Lite tok linlutr. H)4,7(,i).21 Clerk Treasurer, Town-lom'er Win. L. Thou.pson .......J. Henry Hinckley President, Cleik, .Milton L. Decker .Wm. H. Mason Secret Society lr' MASONS. R. A. M. W. M., .- Secretary, L. S. lUicss O. Rowland MASONS. V. A. M 11. V Secretary W. M., Secretary,.. N. Seer. tary... Win. Kille-r . . W . C . Y . 1' e i s o a EASTERN STAR. ... .Mis Mamie aV.eii.tn ",V...Mi l'llL' JoKmon ODDFELLOWS. I.aban Ment-tt """ t Ricl.erson RL15EKAHS. y. l.W l l H.e r.Yi'- Elia CUap;uan Nothing can be suid ly man that would as clearly demonstrate a confidence founded on rock for ttie future of the live stock industry, as the construction of the enormous coliseum in Chicago by the stock ard company for the purpose of holding annual educational expositions of Irve stock by the international live stock exposition association. This ) ear's show will be held December 2 to 9. When complete this building will be the largest of its kind in the world dedicated to live stock, 0J0 by 310 feet over all, with an arena 2-"0 by 100 feet and capacity to hold 10,000 people in the auditorium. 3(),r40.'5 N.G., Secretary KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. . A. T. hleens.w; S- K L ....L. S-ttit-i:t R. K LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. Mis. Nettie Ch .pi ell J0"1 .M,,.C.., W,u.. R. K MODERN WOODMEN. L. S ali-t'i:! V V- C,m '-D. A.Kle.s.n Cleik ROYAL NEIGHBORS. , Mi-. Will l'ratpr Oracle , i ,., ,. r .... Geitiuvie J.-.K-. .i Reconltr, KNIGHTS OF FYTIIIA Doctors said He would not Live. Peter Fry, WoodrulT, Pa., writes: "After doctoring for two years with best nhvsicians in Waynesburg. and still getting worse, the doctors advised me if I had any business to attend to I had better attend to it at once, as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend, anu 1 immediatel) sent my son to the store for it, and after taking three bottles J begun to get better and oontinued to improve until I was entirely well" Martin & Sho.verman. tn SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE. Aiuien M. K. I'hurrti. iturtEty , Oi-toer I 1' 11M).". Wc take pleasure in .presenting to our reader County Treasurer Allen's report to the board of supervisors, showing receipts and disbursement of his ortice for the year ending Septem ber 30, 1M5. This statement show that Van Iluren county paid to the state'the sum of3o.:4.24, while the statepaid to the county from the primary school fund, 5),f4(.,J5. We believe that it is entirely feasiblejto pay the entire expenses ofj the state government from corporate and franchise fees, and hope the legisla ture will in the near future provide fortius way of supporting tin-astute government. KKCKII'TS. Balance on hand October 1st. 1'.'04, Received from township treasurers, Keceived from loans, " " primary if school fund, Keceived from deliu- Anuent taxes. 4,7lO.3 Keceived from inheritance tuxes. I! 3,3S..()7 Keceived from refunded, 2,15.2 " 4 4 tnx sales. j3f.l " 44 auditor Civier.il. v 77.81 Received from poor fund, (produce from the co. farm) 564. U" Keceived from tines, 3 530.45 44 costs, 433.1M) rents. 23s.(M) 4 4 4 4 redemptions, 227.82 4 4 4 4 teachers, Keceived from entry fees, 100. (X) 4 4 4 4 deer license. 77.00 4 4 4 4 unclaimed estates, -'' Vereiv-ed from slot machines. IS. 23 4 4 4 4 stenographer's fees, H.00 Keceived from jury fees, 12.00 Keceived 44 saleof old d'sk, 5.00 4 4 4 4 chaiiLrinLT name. 3.00 il Returning from J fjaptivuy u Sunday SchooUesson for Oct. 15.190$ jl Specially Prepare 1 (or This Paper. M C.C, K. of R. S.,.. Com.; Adjutant M. W., Record a I I l' ' - C. N. H..ii..-N..'V G. A. R. Joi n ReJ V E. Stevens A. O. U. W. G. W. Koop.s W. H. Mrtson W. M Secretarv GRANGE. Tlien.loi f Mis Evin.iii Coojk i MYOTIC WORKERS Prefer. S K- A!'"" Sec.et.av EtnleA.lei. W. R. C PieMilent "" l-o'1" Secretary Conner IN THE FALL Now the corn is shocked and standin' in its dry an' rustlin' rows, And all round them an between em the big yellow punkius glows. And you hear the click an' clatter cf the mowers in the wheat, And the golden rod isclingin' round jour knees, and underfeet. Blue forget me-nots are smillin', just as sweet and just as dear As they did when jou first saw 'em in the spring-time of the year; And the world's all gold and giowin' to the heart an' soul an' eyes, An' the whole earth seems a c.hangin'to cornbread an' punkin pios It's the time o' year for droamin' to stretch out beside a stream, Where the autumn breeze can find you, and to dream and dream and dream; To gaze otT across the stubblo, to gaze otT across the hill, Till the fadin' of the daylight wakes the lonesome whippoorwill, Ar. t to hear the breezes rustlin' in the standin' shocks of corn, And to gaze across the valley where the night is bein' born, And to hear the creek a-tinkliu' of its low- toned lullabyes, While you're dreamin'of corn fritters and of home-made punkin pies. Oh, the world don't get old, never; every ,ring is like each one 1 away otTjyonder, when run FORENOON 10 00 Devotionals, Rev. K. (I. Wright 10 20 What has helped your Sunday School? Delegates 10 o0 Recitation, M rs. R .tta O Rourke 1100 Uusiness and Reports 11 '2) Question Box A FT EK NOON 1 .'JO Bible Meditation and Prayer, Rev. E. H. Harvey 1 .7) Primary Work. Recitation, Ula (Slid Jen 2 10 Practical Points, Mrs. Lizzie Corey Solo General Discussion 2 10 The Teacher an Evangelist, Law ton M. E. Discussion Miss V. Fisher 3 00 Does it pay? Lawton Baptist KVKNINU 7 30 Song Service, Led by John Haworth Recitation 8 00 Address, Rev. A. W. Mumford R. R. Lee, President Phkiik Wright, Sko. Total receipts, and balance on hand October 1st. ?212,534.t)0. I) I S U l K S K M K NTS. Paid loans and interest, 563,050.11 44 state treasurer, 36,244.24 44 primary school money orders, 30,640.05 Paid drain orders, 21,li3.16 44 county 44 20,133.77 44 poor 44 14.150.14 44 salary 44 6,523. H 44 jury 44 4,210.25 44 sheriff 44 3,31s.44 44 tax and interest orders. 3,256.52 44 sheriff expenses 44 2.5o0.oo 44 witness 44 l,6'1.0i 44 soldiers' relief 44 l,0'r.46 44 library money 4 ('.37 44 stirvev 44 261. 5,S 44 expense of superindent of poor orders, 225.00 Paid state teacher's institute, 14. 05 44 Mich, asylum (Ionia) 141.72 44 reporting death, 112.50 44 circuit judge, 104.no 44 insurance. 20.00 44 probate judge, 17.35 44 srnte census. 16.60 Total disbursements from Sept3).04toOct 1,'05. 5210.6s5.OS Heavv. impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak. nale. sickly.2 iBurdock Blood P.itters maKesthe bloodrich, red, pure restores perfect health. For a mild, easy action of the bowels, a single dose of Doan's Reguiets is enough. Treatment cures habitual constipation. 2.") cents a box. Ask our druggist for thetr. Kept Cutting the Dirt Off. The members of the family were camping out south of town for the day and little Georgle had been assigned the. work of peeling the potatoes for dinner. After laboring for half an hour he hunted up his mother. Mom," he said, "I gotta have som more potatoes." 4'Why, I gave you enough for twe families like ours," she replied in sur price. "What did you do with them?" "I forgot to wash my hands," said Georgie, "an' by the time I got all the direct cut off the potatoes they was toe small to eat. I throwed 'em away." Kansas City Times. Want Butchers to Supply Forks. The butchers of Tottenham, in Lon don. in terras of a circular just issued by the medical officer to the district council, are. with the view of pre venting contamination by handling of meat exposed for ale and of prevent Ing the spread of Infectious diseases, requested to provide a suitable supply of forks wherewith Intending purchas ers may make examination of meat before buying. Nature's Compensation. "Nature, somehow or other, always provide.? compensations for her daugh ter's," remarked an artist. "All artists aware that models for the figure '"'O.st perfect forms are the fices. The ned little woman irottlest foot and heeked, long-nosed Bismarck's Fondness for Tobacco. Love of tobacco and wisdom often go together. Prince Bismarck was wont to boast that he had in some thing like fifty years consumed 100,000 cigars, a number that works out an average of five a day no great feat. nerhans, for one who was at one pe rlod a ''chain" smoker, lichting each cigar from the glowing stump of the one just enjoyed. id To-day. gaiety and the old ' Scotland have dl?ap ;sent Scotland Is the . of bourgeois prosper anism, a country of 15 hurches, 200 bowling If courses and no poet, er, in tho National Re- Immense Sun Dial In Greece. Greece boasts the largest sun dial on the planet. There Is a large prom ontory In the Aegean sea, looking to the east, which extends 3,000 feet above the le'vel of the water. As the sun swings around, the shadow of the mountain touches one by one a circle of islands separated by regular Inter vals, whlhc act as hour marks. School for Hat Making. A central school of hat making and for the cultivation and Improvement of toau'llla straw, has brer, established In the district of Arraljan (Panama). Tho school is provided for by govern ment funds and will be under the au thorlty of tho minister of public I.F.SSON TKXT. Kxra 1:1-11. Memory Verses 5, ' (JULDHN TKXT. "Tlie l.er l r :ith lone , Kte;tt tl.Ou.s lor us, whert'jf we are .aJ." j - I 'Malm l-':3. TIM I-:. Atcor.Jlnir to 1'rof. IJeecher It was In 11. C O, ion alter ttie coii-juest of lta'jyluii by Cyrus. Ouir.i'aie Daniel D:l with l'):l. It was 7) y ;u.s after tl e t. r s t ('flirtation of oxi: a by Nebuchadnezzar. l'LACE Capital of the I'erslan Kim- dom-eitht r Habylon r Kebatar.a, an i also JeruaUin. to which the vxi'-'' retutt.ed. .svkj iti'ki: hi:fi;hi:nci:s -i.-aiah rh.iP.s. 4i-;i: Kzeklel anl Jeremiah chaps. 21 H 21-33. ii) tell of the return from captiv ity. The return as recorded" in Kzra uii-l Ne- hendah. Comment and Suggestive Thought. INTRODUCTORY. Rven before the beginning of the exil. when It was only threatened, there was joined with the warning a promise of restora tion. See Isa. 10 and 11. Assyria the oppressor should be destroyed like a cedar, though It towered like the huge cedars of Lebanon (La. 10:12-10, 24, C3, 31; comp. Rzck. 31:3-11. Isaiah again and again prophesies tho Return (chapters 40-00) ami even names Cyrus as the one through whom It should come. Through Ezekiel come promises of the new heart which would render the return morally pos sible (Ezek. 11 and 3). He pictures the valley of dry bone3, symbolizing the condition of Israel in captivity, again coming to life In the return (Ezek. 37). See Ezek. 20, 33, 34. The whole of Ezekiel, as of Isaiah, 13 an effort, through threats and denuncia tions of sin, through appeals to do bet ter, through promises and visions ' of hope, to make the people return spir itually to God, that they might return in visible reality. And he foretells how the nations were so controlled that a restoration of tho Jews would he possible. Jeremiah, making the same anneals, goes farther ami points out the time when the return can bet made, 70 years after the captivity (Jer. 2.":12; 29:10). V. 1. "In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia:" Not his first year as kin:: of Persia ( B. C. ."10), but either as conqueror of Ilahylon (o3S) or the first year of his personal rule at Babylon after his other conquests ("3C). "The word of the Lord by Jeremiah" (2.V. 12; 20:10) promising that he would bring about a return from captivity after 70 years. The Lord (Jehovah) stirred up the snirit of Cyrus:" It is quite possi ble, it is even Implied in the narrative here, that Daniel, or some prominent Jew. called the attention of Cyrus to tlie prophecy in Jeremiah, and espe cially the remarkable prophecy in Isa. 4P.20-2S; 4":1. V. 2. "Thus salth Cyrus:" It Is probable that the author here gives the substance of tho proclamation, and not the full off.Hal document. 'He hath charged me:" He accepted the prophecies as a charge from the God of the Jews. V. .. "Who is there among you:" The return was to be a volunteer movement which In all respects was the bt both for the purpose of Cyrus and for the new Jewish settlement. Th "God of Israel . . . whi'ii is in Jerusalem:" As the chief seat of his worship. V. 4. "And whosoever remalneth." R. V.. "Is- left" of the captives, survives. Connect In any place where he so Journeth, without a comma, with let the men of his place, his heathen neizhbor. help him with silver, etc.. give him funds for hl3 journey, and the freewill offering in aid of the tem ple. V. 5. "Then ros up the chief or the fathers:" The Return describe! in to-dav's lesson was under Zeruh- babel a prince of the royal line of David, called the Tlrshatha, or Pasha (Ezra 2:03), and under Joshua, the hereditary high priest (Ezra 3:S). These were among the "chief of the fathers . . . and the priests. ' V. 6. "And all they that were about them:" Their, heathen neighbors ami friends, as in Egypt at the time of the exodus. V. 7. "Cyrus the king brought forth the vessels of the house of the Lord:" Nebuchadnezzar little thought that he was unconsciously preserving the sacred vessels of Israel in a safe and inviolable stronghold, till the day when Jehovah would bring about their restoration to His people." V 8. "By the hand of Mithredath" driven bv. or dedicated to Mithra, the" sun-cod). He had these treasures in his charge. "Sheshbazzar (fire- worshiper): The Persian namo of Zerubbabel (born in Babylon). 11 "All the vessels . . . were five thousand and four hundred: This is more than double the sum of the preceding numbers 2,490. It is probable, that only the larger or more costly vessels were numbered in de tail, and the 3,400 Includes a great number of smaller and les costly ones. So they are reckoned by Jo sephus (Ant. Jud. 11:1). Illustrative Points. This is a picture of God's discipline of His people. He does not love to afflict His children. He gives bitter medicines in order to bring back health. His nffiktlnns are to purify tho heart, to ennobfe the character, to break the power of dn. Note that it Is a sign of God's fa vor to have trials. "If ye endure chastening. God doalcth with you as with sons" (Hob. 12:7): "The devil desires to winnow Potor, not Judas. The thief does not break into an empty cottage, but Into some furnished li0U38 iir ii it it i) vl ilt u) v) vl O O iO o Hi h Hi . vl vl vl Vl vl vl r ;r. ir-r sr-r ;r c. r. 4c. r , Guns and Ammunition We have in stock the largest and most complete line of guns shown in our city. Our line consists of Savage, Marlin and Winches ter rifles and all kinds of shot guns, from the cheap single barrel to the hammerless double barrel. We are making very attractive prices on ammu nition at the present time. We are selling all kinds of black powder shells and some grades of smokeless at 45C Shells jj. cents Now is a good time for you to put in your Winter supply, for this sale will be only for a short time. Yours for trade, . Pugsley & Allen m m q '.n w m o o o o m m m q m J"i Auction SaiJe Being about to leave town, I will sell at public auction at my residence, first house north of Parks residence, -on Nilcs street, Wednesday, Oct. 18th, 1905, commencing at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp, the following described properay. All my household goods consisting ofj 3 Bedroom suits, 7 rocking chairs, carpets and rugs, combi' nation book case, couch, pictures, curtains, lamps, etc., 3 ex" tension tables, 12 dining-room chairs, 1 side board, X sewing machine. 1 Victor phonograph with 75 records, 1 coal stove, 1 wood stove, 1 Majestic range nearly new, 1 kitchen cabinet, dishes, and other articles too numerous to mention. . Also my driving mure, 1 rubber tire runabout, 1 steel tirci . . . 1 4 1 m carriage, com nearly new, 1 single narness. Terms of Sailcs: All sums of $5.00 and under, cash. On sums over $5.00, 1 year's time will be given on approved notes at 7 per cent interest S. 0. Kenyon, Prop. H. W. McCABE, Auctioneer. 11 Bate Is where you can get your orders filled with FRESH BARING EVERY HORSING, and the best of GROCERIES MONKV CAN BUY. iIpII Uull PRICES THE LOWEST QUALITY THE BEST Fruits and Vegetables for ' Saturday's Trade. Call or 'phone. All orders promptly delivered, F. A, BUTTERFIELO. iff UUSl Trout this week. LARD, retail, 9c. SALT FORK 8c. FRED D. 0C0B0CK. r K works. or full granary." Adama.