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Uake of Sosurrart h- C ol
Ike trrf uuilra.
Weird (trfainiri Carried Oat
brave of Old talel Loilirta la
UL tuaalr, IU.
(.rtmiaaU la Ur lltlWrd li l.mri..
meat la UraatifiaK Measure
spuls ia W aMiiluu.
Zames3 and
and T
Warnn lUr 110 to IM: Slnirle
ad ftrloe-. Hum. Tops. Cushions, Wajron Sheets and Bows. Our,. Vehicle
Come and ns; get our prices and you
QnfVWorth of
In order to Introtluea It to the public,
One copy Lake Park Schottlsche price .Wo
One copy Enraptured Welti, price Wo
One eopy Vspor City Two-Step Msrota, price Due
One eop Weltnu-r March, price .....Mo
One eopy Ksyli-r llro'. Schottlsche, price'.. Boo
One eopy of the latvai song, entitled, "If
Only the Ulght Step le Taken," 500
For $1.00 we will tend to any adrireia,
poetpald, the above mutio. It la all brand
new, between third and fourth grade. Yonr
money back If not aatliractory. Address all
ordera te
Music Publlahera, Ksvada, Mo.
ORDER NOW, Vernon Co.
via the Missouri Pacific Railway, Ac
count Fall Festivities,
The anmiat llorMrtfhow will take
filo.ee in the Kxposition Coliseum
rom Novemher iinl to tali, inclusive.
Iu addition to tliene attractious
tlinM. n.ill I... Ml, (illltllV .if.Ltd I 111 V till
ha linlo truck lit t.'m I- Ylir liroullllH
and bawe Lull irames between teams
of the American and National
Leagues on their reBpective grounds.
Au excellent opportunity will be
offered to see the World's Fairite
and the progireHn made on the build
ings for the great International expo
sition ofirl)-l.
See local urent for detailed infor
mation hh to rates ticket, etc.
II. C. Towssesd,
Gen'l Pnss'r and Ticket Agt ,
St. Louis, Mo
via the Missouri Pacific Railway, Ac
count Fall Festivities,
Which ,iin !u le the Great St. Louis
Fair, which gives $30,000, in premi
ums, the gorgeous Veiled Prophet
pageant; Street Fair and Carnival;
- Horse Show in the Coliseum;runiiiLg
horseraces daily by the best thor
oughbreds in the country aud base
ball games Itetween teams of the
American end National Leagues.
All events during October and the
first week in November.
Ask your local ncent for detailed
information and visit the World's
Fair Citv. H. C. Townsenk,
Gen'l IWr and Ticket Agt.,
St. Louis, Mo.
A Most Liberal Offer.
All our farmer readers should tak
advantatreof the uuDreeedeii ted club-
includes with this paper The Live
Stock Indicator, its special Farmers'
Institute Editious and The Poultry
Farmer. These three publication!
are the best of their class and should
be in every farm home. To them we
add, for local, county and general
news, our own paper, and make the
S rice of the four one year only $1.25.
ever before was so much auperii r
reading matter offered for so small
an amount of money. The three pa
pers named, which we club with our
own, are well known throughout the
West and commend themselves to
the reader's favorable attention up
on mere mention. The Live Stock
Indicator is the great agricultural
and live stock paper of the West and
Ponthwest; The Poultry Farmer is
the most practical poultry paper for
" tho farmer, while The Soocial Farm-
ers' Institute Editions are the most
practical publications for the promo
tion of good farming ever published
fake advantage of this great offer
as it will hold good for a short tirre
only. Samples of these papers may
he examined by calling at this offlre.
5 6m
All claoses of diseases successfully
treated. Consultation and exam ina
tion free, bffice over Postofflce
Butler, Mo. . "
; J. C. FLfcfcNOh,
General Auctioneer.
Live Stock a Specialty. ,
Write me before making date. ;
Harness 17 to f 23 ; Second-hand HarnPHs ?1 to ?1 " : Satl.lleB, all at .vie
will surely trade with
Women and Jewels.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man that j
is the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty
power to the average woman. Even
that greatest of all jewels, health, is
ruined in the Btreuuous' efforts to
make or nave the money to purchase
them. If a woman will rNk her
health to get a coveted gem, then let
her fortify herself against the Insid
ious consequences of coughs, colds
and bronchial affections by the reg
ular use of Dr. lloschee's Gcrmun
Syrup It will promptly arrest con
sumption in its early stages and heal
the affected lungs and bronchial
tubes und drive the dread diseane
from the system. It is not a cure-all
but it is a certain cure for coughs,
colds aud all bronchial troubles. You
1!ljyt-l!rs- f- flrtM'n'-a-Julinlle
remedies at any drugstore,
e-o-w (let Green's SjM'cial Almanac.
.A Most Liberal Offer.
The St. Louis Mirror is a twenty
eight page ptiper, in magazine form,
edited by William Marion Reedy, as
sisted by a staff of contributorscom-
prising tho best writers and literary
authorities on all current subjects.
social, religious, scientific, financial.
literary or artistic.
The Mirror is a weekly review of
men and affairs: a treasury of short
stories and good poetry: a paper in
which the lest books, liest plays and
best mnsic are ably reviewed, and all
topics of contemporary interest are
given careful attention. It is the up-
to-date paper for the merchant, the
teacher, the professional man, the
student, the politician, as well as for
woman and the home.
If you will send us 10c, in silver or
stamps, we will mail the Mirror to
your address for ten weeks.
. Tun Miiiroh,
St. Louis, Mo.
Sheriff's Ssle.
By virtne sad authority of an exxcotlon (or
ci6te Ibupo rrom inn olllce of tne cler ot me
clmoltennri of Batenooonty, Ml-iOurl, retnru-
sole st lie Nnveiiiner lerm, i 1,oi i i conn,
to me directed In favor of R HIo' man 'm1
sgalnut J A Msrhe and D Cothieln. I hsve
Iwlvd and , lzc.1 nnon all the risht. title.
Inti-rentandolslmof dHfenrtsnts, J A Hsthoi
nd I) O.thre n. In end to tn lonowinr ae-
scribeiLieal ntst lying sad- hetna iitutted
In Kates county, Missouri, tii-wu:
The west hair 01 me aonineani quaricr 01 tne
nnrthesKt a Darter of aoutliestt quartir of the
soathweot quarter or the northeast quarter.
west Ball 01 ttiuineesi quarter 01 uuroiem
uartrr, all In section twenty (it ), slao north
west unarterof n-rthesnt quarter of section
twenty-nine (id) sll In township rorty-twe
of rsnge thirty-two, I w;l), on
Frldsy, November 28, 1902.
between the hours ol nine o'clock In the fore
nnnn and nve o'clock In the afternoon ofthst
dsv, st the w. at frontdoor oi the court honae,
In the city of Butler. Bstes county, MlMnnrl,
sell the ssmn or to ranch thereof a noy he re
quired at public vendue to the highest bidder
lorOSSn, tOSSIISiy SSIU eeruiun n-i ,
1-41 Sberiffof Bstes County, Mo.
Sherifl's S.le.
By virtne and authority of a general eeen
tl n Usuedfrom the office of the clerk of the
oircull court or Bstes county , Mlsaonrl.riiturn
sble st the November term '9r, of said court,
to me directed In favor ol Phehe Ann Conns
wsy snd sgslnat lira S Connawsy, I have
levied and seited upon all the rlsht, title. In
terest and claim ot defendant, Wm 8 Conns
way, In snd to the following described real
eststn sttnsted in Bates county, Missouri,
lo-wit: i
Lt tbree (S) , block tmrty-flve CM) snd let
(?) block thirty-six (S.) in town of Amoral. I
will on
Frldsy, November is, lfKH,
between the bonrs of nine o'clock la the lore
noon snd live o'clock In tbe afternoon ofthst
aay at the weat front ioor ot the eonrt houae.
In the city of Butler. Bstes county, Missouri,
ell the ssme or o much thereof ss msy be re
iiulred at publlo vendue to the blgheai bidder
ior cash, to satisfy said execution snd oosts
l-4t BherIB of Rstes Connty, Mo.
Sheriff's Sale.
By vlrtare snd sothorlty of a genersl exeea
tion Isaoed from tba office ol the clerk of ths
circuit court of Bstes connty. Missouri, return
sb.e at the November term, IMOj, of asld eonrt.
ut ma dlnoted fn I svor of Jsmes L Trabua and
nrsloFt Wary P Luak, I bsve levied snd seised
iinoaalltbe right, title. Interest sad olslm of
.lefendant Mary P Lnsk, la and to the fol
lowing described real eeteta situated U Bates
ouaty. Missouri, to wit:
The sontoesst qusrterof thesontbesst qusr
er and tbe soutn twenty-three seres ol the
orthesat qnarter of the southestt qusrterof
ecUon elgoteen (IS) l townshlu thlrtv-nlns
(W),of tsngetbuny, (M I wlU on
Frldsy, November 14, lain,
between the hours of Bias o'oleck In tbs fore
nnoa and live o'clock la the alteraooa of ihst
dav attbeeeMlrontdoorof.be eonrt houae.
la tbe otty ol Butler, Bates eoonty, Missouri,
aell tba ssme or so much thereof ss msy be re
o uired at publle vendue to tbe highest bidder
' , uib, to ssUafjr said executioa snd eosts.
loroaau, JOK T 8M1TB.
imt Bheriff of Bate Cottnty, Mo.
are the In but in .lexi-m and painting
McFAHLAND llS Butler, Mo.
"As the twig is Unit the tree in
clines." The farmer may expect Lis
manners and methods to bs copied
by bis boys. Tlie farmer who secures
a shingle with a 20-penny spike,
patches a small hole in t he fence with
a 12-foot length of board, or kicks
aud "kusses" his horses ami cows
need not be surprised if Johnny and
Jiuiniv do likewise. Fall
plowing pays in many ways, oven
though tho leating winter and early
spring rains necessitate plowing
again in the spring, fly turning un
der the weeds and trash now, most
of such will lie decomposed by spring
the frost will neutralize the clods
rain will penetrate the surface, leav
ing within the soil their elements
fertility, and the time thus gained
will lw of great assistance when tie
rush of spring work comes on. So
dalia UuraTist.
Hunter Died of Starvation.
El Paso. Tex., Nov. H A tier Lav
ing strayed from an El Paso hunting
party at Ysleta, this couniy, James
Williams, of this city, was lost for
three days iu the desert and died o!
hunger, thirst and exhaustion only
three miles from Ysleta. His body
was found last night twenty-five
miles from the place where his com
panions hist saw him.
His trail was followed and tin
corpse found by an old ('hief, Mal i
anna, of the Y'sletu. tribe. The dead
man was a well-known sporting man
throughout the West.
Stops the Cold and Works off the
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet
cure a cold in one day. Xo cure, no
pay. Price 2."i cents.
Girls are Against Profanity.
Bertha, Neb., Nov. ? An niti
profanity league has ben organized
here. Twenty-six young womeii have
been secured fur the charter member
ship. They will wage war jif-ainst
profanity. Ouly the mildest kinduof
slang will be tolerated. The first
resolution that came before tha or
ganization committee was that each
member discourngo attention) from
who swear. him Kiv.tler is
president and Miss Carlson secretary
Never try to coax a cold or cough,
use the remedy that unfa lingly con
quers both. Mallard's lion-hound
byrup is tbe great epieih'c for all
throat aud lung troubles. Price, 2't
and oU cents. II. L. Tucker.
A Homesteader Sho. Dead.
Guthrie, Ok., November 8.-0. W.
Lane, a prominent homesteader near
Shirley, Dewey county, was call, d to
his door and shot dead. A cattle
man named John Joy has hec-n ar
rested, charged with complicity. Tbe
officers also brought in Mrs. Lane,
the murdered man's wife; L. E
Smith, Marsh Long and William
Johnson. The killing was the result
of the war between the homesteaders
and the cattlemen.
Herbine sweetens the breath,
bri ghtens the eye a nd clears tbe com
plexion without the slightest ill effects
whatever, and ensures the natural
bloom of health. Price, 50 centB.
H. L. Tuck.-r.
Valuable Missouri Farms.
Mxico, Mo.. Nov. 8. The words
of Secretary James -Wilson of the
Agricultural department that "there
is a great land hunger and the best
bargains are to be found in Missou
ri, ' is having a salutary effect. In
Linn county yesterday 720 acres
sold for 32,400 and in this county
the B. 0. Sims farm of 1,240 acres
sold for $50,000; the J. A Potts
farm of 800 acres for 132,000 and
the Dr. Uinde farm of 040 acres for
There is ue Atnericau boy a let
who will take part in the coronation
procession ami will have something
to do. He is -.he little son of John
P. Sargent, the artist, and has beer,
selected bv the duke of Somerset,
who earriuvlhe orb, as his page. ,
liy t!rfriy, the question of page
is beftrg muci discussed. Or.ly those
people who hare t carry the rS- j
u emtileuis oi state, ami are con-
sequent! unable' to carry their own
corotieU, will be alloweJ to bave pages
in attendnnee. Very few, iudeed,
will be able to see the actual corona-
tion ceremony besides the royal fain-
1 1 . Vw t . i iti '. . w n pni-.lli.ii nlliA. I !
lly, the foreign royalties, other spe
cially invited guest and those in im
mediate attendance on the .king and
queen. Those favored won aural
sJon cards to the greater part dl
Westminster Abbey will see absolute
ly nothing at all except the various
Society Is already beginning to dis
cuss the question who will be given
the vacant Garter now Lord Fit.wil-
liam Is dead. Thl is generally con
sidered the highest order in the
wort'!, tun! manv foreign rulers would
gladly ucvept it. H Is very likely to
be sent as a coronation gift to the
youii! king of Spain next May. The
onler is conferred on those whose
ancestors for three generations hnte
been gentlemen free from dishonor
of any kind.
Old Missives, Written Mnnr Years
Ago, Are Delivered to Itcsldeala
of 4 blraao.
Two letters for which the persons
to whom they are addressed have
long been wailing were delivered by
Chicago postmen the other day. One
wits front Willinin 1. Hnwells, in New
York city, and was written in reply
to a letter from Cnrter If. Harrison,
mailed 20 years ago. The writer of
the other is not known, but it was
mailed November 13, 1ST4, in Chicago,
and is addressed to "Frank Mclloii'
n hi, Koi'in 217. Tiitnicr House. City."
N .i.ie in tin- hotel ktitiiv the ad
dreM'i, nnd it was returned to the
post office.
ol.cn Chicago s mayor was 21 years
old he u-as keen after autogiitphs.
fill IVcemlior 21. lie wrote tn
Mr. llowells asl.ing for it few lines
In the author's handwriting. The
letter was returned the other day
und urn the reverse side of the iiiier
was written: "I l'u;re nt lust found
time for subscribing mvself. Yours
very trulv, AV. 1. Howells."
The letter recched nt the Palmer
house was written on stationery of
the Metropolitan hotel, which- for
merlv stood opposite the Kelinnce
building, nt State nnd Washington
streets, and was mailed nt that cor
ner. There were no postmarks ex
cept the Oilenfrri ones, "Nov. 15,
1S74," and "Feb. 20, 1902," to show
where the letter had been in the 28
years since it was written. The en
velope was soiled and tiina-stained
Wealthy Jieve Yorker Adopts Ills
Fnlllifiil Honm keeper ns Ills
OniiKhlpr and llelr.
A ea.-e unkIi soiue lawyers say is
without parallel in the legal history of
the New York courts, was made known
the other day when Justice McLean
of the supremo court, signed the order
to allow William llarkrcts, 70 years
old. to ndoptas his daughter, Elizabeth
Ilollcm! nichardson, 47 years old. his
housekeeper. Harkness is the inventor
of one of the first fire extinguishers
lie is reported to be worth half a mil
lion dollars. Albert Harkness. his
brnthpr. in a prnfegaor of Drown in.i
versify. JTis lawyer. TT. A. Pnedeker, said re
cently Mr. Tlarkness desired to reward
Mrs. Richardson for taking core of
him by relieving l.er of the social dis
advantages attaching to the menial
line oi nouscKccper, rnn by insuring
to her. in the event of his death, the
custody of his fortune, without the
possibility of contest by his relatives.
Thomas Lawson, tlie Copper Maa
mate, Sends Fine Team of Amer
ican Homes to India.
Thomas W. Lawson, the Boston cop
per magnate, has started his son Ar
nold on the way to India to present
to the vicerine. Lady Cnrzon, former
ly Miss Leiter, of Chicago, a pair of
splendid American horses. Just before
the steamer Kaiserin Maria Theresa
sailed from Xevv York for Kpypt the
two horses were taken on board. They
will occupy padded stalls. Two grooms
wept along to give the horses every
The Lawson party whieh'sailed In
cluded Mrs. Matul Howe Elliott, wife
of the. painter and daughter of Julia
Ward Howe; Arnold Lawson and his
sisters. Gladys and Marion Lawson.
Mrs. Elliott went as chaperone of the
Misses Lawson on their proposed tour
of India and Europe.
Elephant Irfiat til Parle.
By nn odd mistake In shipment an
elephant was lost in Paris this week
When the owner couhl not be found
galaxy of the bravest" policemen
was ordered to escort the pnehederm
to (he pound. The animal had been
shipped from Havre. A railroad
crew at Bntignolles shunted the car
to n sidil track, where it was for
gotten. The police and elephant, ac
companied by a great crowd, had
started for the pound when the own
er appeared, to th. Joy of all, Inclos)
knf the elephant.
A strange aiiu weird ceremony too,
place the other day heshl- the grave
f old Chief Louiscau, once ruler of
the mighty Winnebago Indians. Chief
Louiseau has s-luii:ln Ted T-'i years l-e-
neath a motirut which marks Yidvard
puint on (jrua lake, a small body of
water along tte Fox river iu the north- :
west comer of Lake county. lb d.'
Star, a great -grent-grandMin of the !
deeeased ehiel". aMii-ted by Standing
Soldier and othe r member of his fam
ily, vUitad the jrnoe of Louiseau and
performed a religious ceremony in
keepiEV With the traditions or ti e
VYinntbagos. ltaltarioliitm-elf a hii-'h
. 1 II- . I.:.
priest, holding a position among bis
people of mora intluence than the di
rect chief.
Chief Louiseau was the head of a
thriving tribe ot Winnebago Indians
who populated a section near ('hieiiirn
ISO years ago. The Winncbngos were
In continual warfare with the other
Indians the Pottawatomie of Chica
go and the Sot- and Foxes of southern
Wisconsin. Chief Louiseau's fame a
warrior became n matter of hi- tory.
The French missionaries made friend-.
with him. but were unable to quiet tbe
Mrife between the rixal reiinieti.
About 125 years ago Chief l.oiii,-nii
was slain in battle nnd his remain
were Interred on Yidvard Point Ih
ncath a great mound.
For iniinv rears the Winnebagns,
driven westward bv - the encroach
ments of the whites, made iintnial ii i -
grlniaifes to his grave. The lat of
record was made by Chief llnpinhn.
his grandson. In MU. This visit as-
one of splendor nnd it is still rein, in
hered bv old residents of the vicinity.
Farls Diietnr Siicepasf ully Treats tlie
I'lilnful Swelllnaa villh
Pr. Doyen, of Paris, hits (!etn-n
strnti'il tli-.it the In ll;i moil t uinor '-
le-nated under the names . f li..i' i r
fiimieles and anthrax ti-iy l'C -n. 1
fully nilimitted to tho si-ruin tre.it
nil-tit. '!tvti ttir I'tti'K i-' t rv i" m r'it oi
the New York Herald.
The (lector has brntiL'ht to the r
t!-e of the tieaiU-tny of meilieinc an
albiiiiiinntis liipiiil, vvliii'!i. adu. mis
tered In doses of live to ten cnl.ie e-.-n-t
i tn et c i s. is Hlicacioiis : i i.' . 1 1 1 1 -1 t !
staphylococcus microbe which : n
ders those alTccti. ns. The scrimi ein
ployed has siicl - poivcr" 1 iTei : ' it
in two or three ' -irs al ilu- h c
tion all pain cniiseil by the inllan ti.n
tioti rt'ases. The results var.v a litlir
according to the niHirier in which tl-
Injection is made, and the amount of
decayed tissue in the center of tiie
The largest carbuncles cure with, tit
any incision or cauterinthm. ii-loiM-to
a simple emollient and aept icth c-s-Ina-.
The Injpettnrs, about 200 1" rtirT--her,
mnde by Dr. Doyen, and fully
specified by Mm. have never produced
an abscess.
I.lne tn Ciiiinei-t the Cent I tinn
with tbe Mlierlnn Itnllri.iul U
Tniled States (' nstt! Sn itl
at M-s-
pmv. l:;is infurincd the stir
nictit t! at a j.nwit.- c. n-p.-: .
senliiig Miisohw u ti ) fi'i--;-jn i
has liei-n organized to buiW ;i r
to ennrcet Ihe l.'erlral ia;i w
Siberian roads by a line I'ron: .
or Tashkent, nb tig the we-teri
I- t!
tier of Cliiri-i. t''roiih the b-is!i
the Irtish ard 'b rivers. The pr
is In hn ve it prn-s. nut only tl-.ri
the Akitiiiiinsk 'ist rii-t. but all : he
the snilthf-ri. districts nf t':c -j .
nt nf Ti nn? !,. V i- 111. i hi;' ! . '
n short ami ci-nvi-iin nt n titi
ping ci'ti.tr.-il Asian product.
r s!i ip-
ern Siberia. M-iinjoli.-t am1 Mat.- laic
nnd also for bringing Cbiiit-s,. -.
psovcially tea. itit-i the Tr." ns-f';. -p' m
proviiKt-s and even into northern Per
sia. President sleep In Tumii.
President Roosevelt, neeoiiipanief'
by his suns Archie nnd Kermit .-in 1
their rnr..-in Philip, slept on the bare
ground the other nirht. They left Sag
amore late in the day in a boat aiv'
rowed across to Cold Spring Harbor
After fkirtintr the heneh for-" severs"
miles they landed, cooked their own
supper nnd then at nine o'clock rolled
themselves in their blankets. Thei
slept on the ground until five oc!o k
in the morning. There was not n
guard or detective within call. Afte
a tynicnl camp breakfast which the
president prepared Ihe party relume.'
to Sagamore hill.
Edison Sera .10 Year Ahead.
The oflieial organ of the press ex
hibition, which was opened nt Copen
hagen, on June 14. prints a letter f ron:
Thomas A. Edison, it reply to
queries as to his- opinions con
cerning motor, traction, and aerial
navigation. Edison's letter reads as
follows: "I believe that within 30
years nearly all railways will discard
steam locomotives and adopt electric
motors, and that Ue electric automo
biles will displace the horses! almost
entirely. In 4he present state of sci
ence tfceve are no known facts by
wWch one covald predict any commer
cial future for aerial navigation."
Chance to Make Money.
If the German crown prince has de
cided to give up his rights to the
throne for a woman the latter should
mnke haste t cnuie over here, says
the Chicago Record-Herald, und lec
tuce before the affair is forgotten.
There will be mouey iu it for her and
tbe hoy. "
Comic l luaj be eunioei t- beau
tify the oarkh ! ahii.i;t . u. Lieut.
CoL ThetHh.re A. lliuyii.ou. mij-I!U-til.de:
t of publie Lui!i!i; j; - i-rd
crMiaid.-, Iia uppl.ed to the eomijiiw-
toilers of the lii;riet !
lor a detail of uieu from u
l ..mm.,
jail, o.'
i. ..jjo
under guard. hali grade i
the roads ;u;d lit.- j.uu.i. i.
of the cnp'tal. '1 lie iri.-ou
.': . , t ill!
IV 'I ..,
. .... I.
pleliieut the -X'U uieu p.u
I tli-.ed States to kei P tl'c
miu eoiiu.t iou.
The leijucst -f t'.d. r i tliaui
likely ;o cause obje lio:i . i 'in rei
lielits of the ili-tru t who all i i ji.. -t
to the use of coiiviet labor on
work, but tne euiie-cr oi'iccr
teriuiued to early lii plau out.
. Of
is .V
of t!.
of t'.e.
oi in r
.it. i. a
"The fuited States jmy bait .
eKpenses of the uduiinis: rat !.n .
district." said Col. Itiili.iai.
residents pay half. Anion-;
things, the I idled Stales pa v
the eV elise of suppol't'ti
pris'iuei-s. who are conti-H I in j;i ' -a
account of various eriin. i lit li.-e
c.-inn.iHe.l. It is a r- " tin' ! j-r : -si'.iou
tiiat, since the I i. t u Mat. k
pays half for their siipp- . ii ii.- .
receive soi.ie retun. l -f xpeo.1.-
ture. I have prepan-d p'an '"I r
tain park work which nnol.e dii-ii.jj
und grading, and coax ii t - vm.I a; 's
1. 1 i.i. ;!. ii... i ii..! i.t. i . i 1 .
slolleil men v, !n- v i!
more iii.iH.rtaut impr.
ivi-nunts t
" l lie atMiropl'iat ioti i.-u,
for the park arc sin.iu. I - r
i.sa! .f tin-
. i.nli .-"..1 - 1 1 i- ld.i. cl ti
. r t'-e can' nnd iioprio ,-ine: t
ni.-niiment grounds, whieh aie
of. lara-e cvtci.t. I have ha-l !'''
cully in making tlu- iippi -j . i-i t .
cover ihe work iibsou:il aci . -to
lie -I- I.e. Wi'h lli'- a'o i f eoini-t
labor :-n -re can l-e do in- than has J. -.: I
erlo bi-i ii p..ssil,U'.''
M. I.iiii I Kiilr Hun ilui' HI ir.
lirlnlt-K sJu. .i-.i.i lur I li.iils
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been appi-.'piialiii lor 1
-i.l-nry pri -i s t'i-i" , ' :
t ten aii-s'-'j-, i,: "
toi-s-and ki rs. The n -ii. i
nut) is rc.-crved for ti e Ap
dent to the couiprl .lion,
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Wheelltm i . n. VI,-. . -muit t'
llrit One Ittitnlri-.l 11ml l'ifi
l i-i t fur i 1 -CI v . I ion
Tr. I
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pimpe : r. t
over the 'H in
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sum. A pr- IV
iiv.r f. a ! 11.1
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in? t.'v n. bio' n t-i ! ! . 11!.
but he '"-lil.-il to s!i.-i Mi. '.'. Iiili'i.j
yoiir.u M. i iratie. w !. ..- '.- . 1 tin
semi-led sped :itor. rpi'-ti j t-iioio
he won!-.' tnahf ti e leap Hi- w 1
were not taken seriously, but wlo-n
got fi." cents fr.-ni the ir pie '.
around him in the crow-! i.e inoat 1
the rail and dr. pped 1 IT. making
beautiful ili.-cct.:. fc-t-t .' wrvvar.!
the wax . though lit b...! ( nri i.i -1 i ir '
ly before stiikit-tr the niili-r. Il 1'
dained a skitT that liurrie'! to him
swam the ail yards to -l-.ore. l.ui Ii
without a bruise. The V. x is said
his playmate.- to be a vvn'erd. g. ,
One Which Is lvty-Theee Inchee
Liins in f'nrftlnn nf I'nynini
ler I.eneral llntea of Army,
(iereral Dates, of -the
arm v. possess
es t.ie largest cigar .1
the world. It is f.3 inches ..ni.rand .--f
large around n a man's arm at lie
thickest section. Its composition in
cludes 22 classes of Philippine tobac-v
The huge cigar is the gift of Maj. W. 1L
Cmncgys. of the piy department, wbe
sent it to the paymaster with this noer
"T send yoii the largest cigar yon
have ever seen. It is made of a number
of the finest brands of toalieeo grow a
in the islands. This was niannfactttrX
at San Fernando do I'nion. in I'nrn
province. P. I. The case is also a cti
osity. It may be called a family eioSt
as all smoke it. and the grainliuothi r m
sttppnsed to finish It, or the eiga- ?
finish the grandmother."
Klaar K.d ward's AYIne Cooler.
Tlie biggest wine cooler is at
ior and iielongs to the king. It wna
made for George IV. and two mei
could sit in it with cute.
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