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BEFORE PUBLIC EYE 1. 4 KILLING OF GEN. EOBRIKOFF. Seems to Be Direct Result of Situa tion in Finland. PolirlUnff, tho Kovt-rnor general of Finland, who was asaKlnatt'(l last week, has licen rioarrlbed an "a com bination of a French farmer general of taxes In pro-revolutionary day and tho cliier of a band of modern Turkish brlBandn." The denunciation of his murder In the Russian official press and his so-called dying declaration prove nothing in his favor. They are evidence rather of tho utter Incapacity of the Russian bureaucracy to com prehend the true significance of the Finnish agitation. While It may bo thnt Bobrlkoff was a proper Instrument for the work In hand, that work itself was of the most abhorrent character In the present days of political development. It has been aptly said that he appeared like the spirit of the sixteenth century ad dressing the twentieth century, for that fairly represents the contrast be tween Russian tyranny and the Fin nish aspiration for liberty. On the one side is a pure dpspotism bolstered up by an army and tho Ignorant loy alty of the Russian masses, on the oth er an enlightened people striving against oppression, a people whose progress impresses every visitor and whose struggles are not those of reck less Incendiaries, but of sober patri ots seeking to preserve thoir rights. Since 1899 those rights have been denied ono alter another with an amazing disregard of sacred pledges. A conscription has been introduced which encroaches on old Finnish privileges, tho senate has been made the crtutiiro of the. governor j-eneral, tho courts have been mado tho serv ants of his will, tho press has been suppressed. Ilouriktiff'B attempt to show thnt only a fuctlous minority of Swedes and young Finns wna respons ible for tho opposition Is a grotesque perversion of fact. The hostile move ment la essentially popular. There has been a very retnarkuble resistance to the conscription, and as nn Indica tion of the general discontent we have only to point to the fact that since the denlnl of constitutional privileges the emigration has been unprecedent ed. Mno, although one hesitates to commend even a political murder there can be no question about the fullness of the provocation, and when all the circumstances are considered It was perhaps an Inevitable expedient. It is the curse of Russia that she forces her victims to such acts of desperation by which her whole policy Is con demned. The assassination of Bob rikoff Is, In fact, eloquent of a mis rule which repels tho civilized world, and If Russian statesmen would un derstand why their country Is so Iso lated they may learn much by reflect ing on the causes of the tragedy at Helslngfors. Chicago Record-Herald. LESSON IN BRAVE SPIRIT. Also a Good Example of the American Temperament. Men on the shady side of 50 may find profit. In considering the spirit of David Lyon, who lost the work of fif ty years in a recent fire. He Is 71 years old. Now, let's see what this plucky, fine, American citizen did, and let him tell his own story. "I went to the good wife 1 married forty-eight years ago. She put her anus about my neck and bade me be of good cheer, so here I am agaiu, as if nothing had happened, traveling on the road and selling goods." That man Is bigger than his en vironments, superior an his condition. In his breast there is goldei sunshine, and his manhood Is of a type that de fies fire, toll and even stays the hand of oMer Father Time and cries: "Walt a moment; for my work is not yet done." The prosperity of this ration lies In the fact that It is a nation of optim ists, brave men and women who look up, not down, and who never lose hope. Eloped and Married Twice. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Henz of Wash ington have Just been married a sec ond time. In ISM they eloped and were wedded in Rockvllle, Md. Six years later they disagreed and sep arated, a divorce following. Subse quently they saw a good deal of each other and Just before last Christmas became engaged again. The young woman's father did not look with fa vor on this proceeding, so they eloped again a few duys ago, going to Rock villo, where they were reunited by the a m e preacher. AS THE WORLD REVOLVES EARL GREY SUCCEEDS. MINTO. New Governor General of Canada Has Had Experience. Karl Grey, who has been selected to succeed Iird Mlnto as governor gen eral of Canada next fall, has been lord lieutenant of Northumberland since 1S99. In 180-'97 ho was admin istrator of Rhodesia. One of his lis ters Is Lady Minto, the wife of the present governor general of Canada. Ho is the fourth of tho carls Grey, of whom iHe first was a distinguished English general in the American war of Independence. RECORD OF MR. CORTELYOU. Statesman Has Been In Washington for Thirteen Years. Thirteen years ago Mr. Cortelyou went to Waslngton as prlvnte secre tary to Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Rathbone. With the Incom ing of tho second Cleveland adminis tration, in ho tendered his res ignation, with tho Intention of accept ing a railroad position In Iowa. He remained in the postolllce department, however, at the solicitation of the new fourth assistant, Mr. Maxwell. Though a republican, Mr. Cortelyou was ad vanced to the position of acting chief clerk of the postal bureau. In No vember, 18H5, when Mr. Cleveland asked his cabinet advisers If they knew of a good stenographer Post master General Hissell suggested Mr. Cortelyou, whoso good work had come to his favnrablo attention. This was tho opportunity which led to Mr. Cortelyou's luter success. He served In the white house sixteen months under Mr. Cleveland. LAWYER'S SCALE OF FEES. According to This It Would Be Well to Keep Out of Litigation. Judge Goodo of Virginia tells of an Interview he had with Judah P. Ben jamin when the latter was confeder ate secretary of war. "Von are a law yer, are you not?" asked Mr. Benja min. Mr. Goode nnswered In the af firmative, whereupon the secretary asked: "What do you consider a largo fee?" "Well, up In tho moun tains, where I live, if a lawyer gets $S00 he thinks he has struck It rich," replied Goode. The secretary reflected a moment and then said: "Now, my practice has been this: If a client comes to my office I charge him a good retainer. If he comes around to bother me I charge him a refresher If be comes to have some work done on the case I charge hira a reminder and when tho rase Is concluded I charge him a finisher." TOLD HE CANNOT RECOVER. Ex-Gov. Nash of Ohio Is Given Up by His Physicians, Ex-Gov. George K. Nash of Ohio, Is at death's door, being kept alive only CTQPGT KMWf by powerful stimulants. He Is con scious only at intervals. The physi cians have Informed Mr. Nash thut he cannot recover. Oil Deposits In Trinidad. For many years the oil deposits of Trinidad have attracted attention, but until recently explorations have been confined to the surface. Now three or four borings of considerable depth have been made and an attempt Is being made to place the project on a commercial basis. Oil of first rate quality, has been found, and It Is said to contain a much larger por tion of naphtha than the oils found exposed on the surface. A Canadian syndicate is now working this property. , Jl rl HAD NO MONEY TO BURN. How John D. Rockefeller Cured Em ploye of Smoking. "I worked for John D. Rockefeller CBce," said a well-known landscape gardener of this city. "One awning I was out In the grounds doing some work among the plant and flowers, and as I worked I crooked. Pretty soon the old man strolled out that way and when he came up to where I was, said In a quiet way: 'I never had any money to burn.' I didn't tumble for second, and he stood there looking at me. "I have managed to put away a few dollars,' he continued, "but I never bad any money to burn.' It fame to me all at once what he meant and I threw the cigar away. Next morning when he came around there I wasn't smoking. He came up with a smile on his face and said: 'Well, the stove Isn't going to-day.'" Columbus (O.) Stale Journal. Working Women Poorly Paid. Among the working women In Be glum there are 30,000 who earn less than 30 rents a day, Only 1,000 earn more than SO cents and only 295 more than Si) cents a day. 6trong Language. Fredericksburg, Ind., June fO. Re-. Enoch P. Stevens of this place uses trong language in speaking of Dodd's Kidney Pills and he gives good rea sons for what he says: "I can't praise Dodd's Kidney Tills loo much," says Mr. Stevens. 'They have done me so much good. I was troubled with my kidneys so much tha I bad to get up two or three times In the night and sometimes In .'he day when starting to the water house tho water would come from me before getting there. Two boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills cttrcd me entirely. "I have recommended Tkdd's Kid ney Pills to many people and have never yet heard of a failure. . Podd's Kidney Pills arc the things for kid ney disease and rheumatism." Dodd's Kidney Pills aluays cure the kidneys. Good kidneys ensure pure blood. Pure blood means good health. . Church Whistlers. Whjstllng In church, once regarded as a profanation, now bids fair to be come a regular feature of the service. At one of the New York churches Miss Louise Truax has Introduced the nov elty of whlBtllng the offertory. So euc oessful has this been In attracting the congregation to worship that many of the most fashionable churches In the city are now bidding for her services. New York Letter. $100 Reward, $100. The w arl.r. of tbta p.p.r wrl be pl.aa.d to laara that I lirrr- 1. II Itaat "tie drwad.d dlwit ttial H'ltiu a oa. I.W.U alii lo cuff In a.l II aifttr.a. and thai In ( atarrb. Hal. 'a tala-rlj I ur I. Iha i.niy p...llla Buir rj'.w known to Hi. med'eal frai.rnliy. ( itanti teitif ft 'i'tiittulUnfti di.rt... requtrra ft con.iltu lluoal irrftltnrut. lift!!' laiarrh I urn la tau.n Id l.nis.:, actios dlrt. tlf upuft Ibe Mu.- and lr.ur.0n tirf.'.e of lb. ...t.ni. tberrbr dtt.ln.yiijf tbe foiih'ltllnn if It). nli'W., atKl civil.- tlie patient trraclu Ov buliUlbil up ibe cmi.lHull.rn and a.,1.1 Ins rattir. In d'-ti.w It. work, lb prvvnrture h.ra much f.'th In lit curat. e power that they oOVr In.a II uo J r-I IMiare for aar rui tbal U falla u cure, H.ud for 1U1 of i.-ilnioiiia,.. AiM-eaa I. J. I'll INKY at CO.. Toledo, O. r-.'l1 I all llriil!n 7n,-. lakt liaU'a I'.mlly r!!i- f r nn.rlraL!ou. Of London Fog. A Frenchman was paying his first visit to London and was walking through Hyde Park cn one of the many foggy metropolitan mornings with an English friend. "Fog! Ila, ha, tnon fren," ejaculated the French man. "Now I understand vot yon mean ven you say ze sun nevalre set on your dominion. Ma fol. It dues not rise. Nn chromes or i-heap premiums, but S better quality and one-third inoto f iK-flanre Ftarch fur U same frlte if other ctarches. Friday In Hlttory. On Friday Shakesprare, Washing ton end Napoleon were born. Queen Victoria was married, the battles of Bunker Hill and New Orleans were fought, America was dissevered, Mos cow was burned, Richmond was evacu ated, the Bastlle was destroyed, tho Mayflower arrived and the declaration of Independence was signed. Plae't Cure cannot be too b'.shlv spoken of at aroucb. cure. J. W. O llmw, 3! Third lift, hi.. Minneapolis. II Inn., Jan. 6. IUUX London's Old Roman Wall, Parts of London's old Roman wall have been laid bare by the house breakers now engaged In the demoli tion of Christ's hospital, Newgate street. o Torn rxoTiiKg look Tn.t.owr If so. use Kcd Cross bull Ulne. It willm;ikr them whito at n.ow. it o. package 6 tents. Horses In France and Germany, In 1900 France exported 3.000 horses more than she Imported whereas Ger many had to Import 90,000 more than she exported. TV.ose Who Have Tried It will us no other. Defiance Cold Wa ter Starch has no equal In Quantity or Quality IS ns. for 10 i-ents. Other brands contain onlv Vi ox. Throw Open Millions of Acres. The Canadian Pacific railway will shortly place tho enormous amount of 2S.000.000 acres of land on tho mar ket for settlers. Mr. Wlnalnir'ft Roothlnir Syrnp. Fnr rbi.drrn teetliliitf , aoftriii, Oia irnrua. n-0iirea tn fiamUiaUwa.al.aTapaui.turta wmdauiUi. Hoc ft bolllft. Immense Stores of Tobacco. Over 100,000 hogsheads of tobacco are now In store in Liverpool, which has the largest tobacco warehouse in the world. More Flexible and Lasting, won't shake out or blow out; by using Dellance Hlarch you obtain better re sults than possible with any other brand and one-tnlrd mors for stuns money. Russia Buys Persian Land. Extensive purchasers of land on Bahrein Island, In the Persian gulf, are reported to have been made by the Russian consul at Bushlra. Important Announcement to Rectal) Sufferers. Frr 17 yenrs rrs. Thornton ft Minor, the well known Kaunas city rectal ii' eliillns. have ho.i ir.ntuiK Plies, fis tula and Iilseaaca of the reetmn on a poxttiva ruurnntee, whleh required no money till eured nnt we are pleaded Hi announce that this famona institution rn now one(i n branch oftVe at 3! fM! St.. fit. t.onle, Mo. The Ht. I.oula uffte will lie fully equipped to ailmln'xtor the wonderfully sticeessrul Tl.ornton & Mlr.nr system of treatment, and ono of the rm-mhers of the Arm with two el!anta mill be stationed at Kl. Louis peinin netitly from this time forth. Those who have not InvestlKnted the Thornton Minor system of t rent men t should write at once for their nt irnce Illustrated treatise on d'senso of the rectum, which Is mailed free nnd oM)jild to nil af flicted. Thev also mail n in pnge hook for ladles, nnd as these books contain the niirnes of thousands i.f men and wom en proml'int throimhout this portion of the country, who have been cured by Drs. Thornton A: Minor. It would eerinln ly pay anv one sufT-rlna to get there booki end thorouchly Invcstta-nte by writing to some of the many people who tme been cured In years past. They positively accept no money until the pa tient Is satisfied that a permanent cure has been effected. Head their advertise ment in another part of this paper snd write to-dav for the free bonks A1drci tra Thornton & Minor. 1969 OHe Bt.. Ht. Louis. Mo. Revolutionary Episode Forgotten, Tbo anniversary of what Is known as the Paoll massacre, when Gen. Wayne with 1,600 men was set upon by S,000 Hrltlsh on Pcptember 20, 1777, twenty-one miles from Philadel phia, was unobserved this year for the first time since tho Revolutionary War. A high granite monument now marks the site of the battle. Important to Mother. rxsmtne carefully erery bottle of CASTOUIA, s aa'c and sure remedy for lufanla and ciiiluna, and see thut It Dean tho Slfc-ufttura of la Ik For liver an Yiara. The Kind You Have Always IluusLL Motor Cars in 6cotlani;. Tlr motor-car tenor Is said to have struck Scotland severely on ac count of tho. number of rich tourists who visit that country. In one case a heavy racing automobile, running very rapidly at night, plunged Into a flock of sheep being driven to market, and killed and mangled quite a number of them. LydiaLPinkham's Vegetable Compound A Woman's Remedy . For Woman's Ills. POLES DRS. rv oni narnn THE ROSEBUD LANDS, r A'lll llir K. r" :'' I HA IBIB 111! Dfrti anil ani.ntr. tai:l. Itia aama aa.nt will fl;a fur Mm an1 locals l1 .'. i bt land f.r a of aw If llir aoidlvr Lrefrra l,e lu.y, lu.tead uf ajlug llila su aad avlact lila Offt laiid. ho.dlpra not rvulrnl to iay ttia II an ft, r on tj.-lr lat.d until a uioutri. at HT tli.'r fi:ina. apY PRftMPTI V li-irlatratlon n.tna.luijr r amt r-)da Jnr V. S ttme fur di-lay rrtid tha 115 anil ynur 11a.-tiarra.nr f arUfl.fl couf thereof, acil t wlU nil rnuniriLI, ai-ii.t u prop, r l-t;al v.t"'r' for v.f.ir rlf illt.ili. 1 will look .ft. r ttia entire mattir atJ ... ItMt I tia ft !t dura bia duly, abi.uld D'-t 1 rrn'ai.rad ttia nron.v win t.a prnniplir rrlunirrt. 1 Lava 1. i,a txinr.. a. land utiorory tu .tioma for if. 1 1 aia. If you :re lo know my atandli.g tela, prapti ltll.rn.' Natt.tiai Hank. Kl lt.no. I'k:fthnn.i.frrir promtr.rn! ortt. lal or rM'.u . f y, 1 .-rr'tor 1 al Mf.-.-nt. w.r.ia'l lo w'.on, I w til p.y rraM.naloe coo. iul..lon for arrvKra. liurtu rttrat:o& oflit ra at liont.uvl and ankton. Addi.... DICK T. MORGAN, Lanil Atturne,, Vanklon, b. OaHota. 4 TREE TO TWENTY-FIVi LADIE3. The Deflaore Starch Co. will give 25 Indira a round trip ticket to the St. l.cmls ExjKiHltlon, tu five lod'.ea In each of the following atatea: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Karon", and Ml rourl who will tend la tho Inreeet ti'imher of trade marks cut from a ten-rent, lC-ounce package of I'cfl ance cold water laundry starch. This means from your own borne, any where In tti above named rtates. Tln.se trade marks muni to mailed to and received by the Defiance Starch Co., Omaha, Nclir., before Sep tember Jst, 1P04. October and Novem ber will bo the bffct month", to visit tho Exposition. IJemember that Pefi rii; co Is the only starch put up 16 oz. (a full pound) to the package. You cot one-third more march for the name money than of any other kind, and Defiance never sticks to the Iron. Tho tickets to the Exposition will be sent by registered mall September 0th. Starch for sale by all dealers. Indian's Neat Retort. One of the most richly deserved re torts I have ever met with was that of a Sioux girl at the Hampton Insti tute cot long since. A silly visitor to the school went up to the mag ntflcent red-skinned belle and said: "Are you civilized?" The Sioux rais ed her bead from her work slowly rl.e was fashioning a breadboard at tbo, moment aud replied, "No; are you?" Clear white clothes are a si-n that the houKckei-iK-r uxea Kcd t'rof.8 llall Blue. Large '.' o package, B cents. Methodist Church of Canada. The Methodist church ct Canada has "'.U.S95 members, a r.ct Increase of 2,733 for the year, or 11.3.'8 for tho last four years, or 11?.0'.)2 since when the varltus Methodist de-ni.rai-nations united. Kuperlor quality and extra quantity muHt win. Tltts la wtoy De-fiance Starch ia taking the place of all others. Limit cf Wclaht for Soldiers. Tho result of recent tc.t carried out In the German army prora thnt 68 pounds Is the outsldo weight the average soldier can carry on a day's march without Injuring bis heart FITC par lananuy wiwyt NnStanra.rrftnanaaaarrar Ilia Oral dar'a uaa ol llr Kill,.--, owat S.r. K.-.loa. Jr. haod for Fit K K a.OO tnai oolO. and trr.Ura. ... -ma. Ud. .Ml Arch Blrrat, fada IMua. t A Prastlcal Philanthropy. A large factory In Jena, Germany, utilizes Its surplus hot water In tucb a way as to afford the laborers nearly a thousand baths a week. Every tidy housekeeper appreciates '.nicely mrched fclothes and linens. No starch under . the sun "gives fco good a finish as Defiance Starch. It is . absofutely free of the chemicals which other starches contain. It never, sticks to the iron or causes the i clothes to break. It docs not rot them. For 10 cents you get 16 ounces of. the best starch that cao be made Get Defiance. THR DEFIANCE STARCH CO., OMAHA, NEB. "iriTir I'TT'in rv.vf.n,, Mir:. I! 'THEKATY FAIR SPECIAL" FISTULA- 27 TEARS lK US ectipi itum ia ruts. ..'. AC HI acrTUH- tL IrMllrt aa !JF5H Or WDIEI 01 Iktaufili at iomuil mnt ailloa. 0"f ftlil CEIt lilt CUMO taralia thalr aarnai I'd THORNTON & MINOR, 103U uak 61., aanaaa city, fao. and sunn unvf. biraet. iIC"ta. w):l npftird i:Tiili-r awli'U. . oiiiliii'ti l I t I' H. oIlK't:,. Ki-Hti.Jlera ut.r ri'i.lrr ai4 riia lr atft-nt. faa .''. I ou' a..;,tl,r un'r. lo nti'rt 1 hf, d.-ti:.ml of riiirruB, id t,nth Jiaki.t. itaar lit.-. laii.U. li a. I aa ftif.ul r.,r Ifje ra will li a -Ji.ri; of air. for rt'L-'.tratH.n. blM.nUl Crushed Would-be Poet A retort which bit bard was mado upon a would be poet at his club. "I," aald be, "have written a great number of poems, but I do not propose to have them published until after my death." "Hurrah!" shouted a chorus of friends, raining their glasses, "here's long life to yon, old man!" Insist on Getting It. Foma grocers say th-y d"n't kfep Defiance Btarch bc-causf ihey have a stoi-k In hand of 12 or. brands, which ihay know cannot be lil to a r-uaio-itir-r who hns once ic"l tho 16 oz. l.kir. Defiance Ktnrch fur f.una money Reindeer's Power of Eudurance. The reindeer can endure' more than any other draught animal except the camel. A reindeer has been known to pull 200 pounds at teu miles an hour for twelve hours on end. I NEW HOMES IN THE WEST Almost a half million acres of Ilia fertile and arrll watered Uwla of the Knaeimd Indian Kes-i-rvatliin. In South Jiakota, lil be llinmu ien to aettlenienl t Iheflmcrnrm-tilln.luiy. Tlicae Innila are beat rciu-liMl by tin Chicago At Kortlt Weatrrn Itallwiiy'ft iltrn-t llitoufh lines from tlilraso to Bonesieel. H. I. All aRcuts tell ticket vis tltla liuo. isricc 111 low ratna. HOW TO GET A HOWE Pend fora ropy of i:tiiiililft giving full Itifnrnia. ttnn as tcxlalea of oM'iiifiti autl how to .efitre Itiii semi ol land at nominal co.t, with full tleacrip lion of the soil, climate, timber and ntturral I era-ill rce, towua. kIiimiIs ami rliiiri'lirs.upiior. trinities for bu.ltif.s okii1iivi railway rate, etc., free uu apl'lk attoa. W. . KNItKf UN, rstrsencer Irartin Maiiaerv n.M IIH'AlKi. ILL SMOKERS FIND LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER 51 Ci.tr bsltsr Quality than most 10 Citrt Tour jotibcr or 4lrtcl from Factory, i'eorla. 111. BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the stomach. mm A NEW TRAIN TO TEXAS Leaves St Louis Dally at 9:15 A. M. The Be&t of Sleeping and Ch-ir Car Service. No Change of Cars or Koute. TO lhna whm rast l At. I nm. hmt ( 4rorr4 ahn-l tt '. t tiirl tkroui- ' fb Ufitvry " . Inl I fill, rr irm 1 '.-.nt Old) U -ilrn. ran nflal j k.ni-r f fnt Irlr-a, ftu- arm! you rii(l.liif n In printed n tr ho I It m. i.i -Biid.-ii run is m-i pi'.an n tit fctat raj tlird luattUi t,l Cfttb uueutb. Will tu m.. " it," hi. !.;. "THE KATY FLYtZR " Another fat Train I.etvp St. Lovil -ally t t) .1. P. kl, illl 217 .( UNO MONEY rilTULa DlltU .1,. IQI.n... III.... paogla cmid tr Mr lillm aa loollcaHM. TILL CURED tit. (.num. mo. Honit'.tfa4 law. lilahiof anlrr dptvrtntnaa bf if . . filar. f..r a.tila. I ha.a artauirril will, a oaav .ii.tlinr. 1'..i, the uacvut ar;rl mv.Hffor Iruubla llif l.tl.r draw a iiutt.l'pr ?Dl! litre Llin lt L'u.'l of FREE to WOMEN A Large Trial Ron and book Of In sirucuuua uuauiuiciy i rv ana ros paid, enouen to prove the value ol PaxtineToilet Antiseptic Putin m lo powd lorm to dbiolv la water Don-NloiMifl nd fartupartur lo tlqutt ntlM-ptica cunlatmog alcohol wbkh Irritate Inl lamed aurtecca, a4 bava au rieanalng prop, crtlaa. The coat ant a of a very hot triakaa mora AotUcpttc ftolu tron la.u lofifcr--gca further hat mora ue In tloe family anil d c m u r g ootl t h a n a n y ntUrpllc prcparmtt you ca a buy. The formula of a noted Boston physician, and used with .great succeu u a Vaginal Wash, forLeucorrhoa, Pd vie Catarrh. Nasal Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sort Eyes, Cuts ar.d all soreness of mucus membrane Inloral treatment of female 1'Is I'axtlnele lnva!ul!e. I H aft a Vaiuul SVin-h we rtiaUcn::o tlte wor!t to jnure tu equal for tlieruupiineM. It ica rrvolatioo iu cleanitlng kiij heultng powrr; It kille all genua whicE. cause iiilliiinKiatinn and dinrhargea. All Je.i-Iing.lrtiRiiliU kp Pastina; price, BO a Its j If T'liirtdur not, end to ui fnr It. lhat take a mUtUute tUera laootbtng likal'aatlue. lVrUafurthe Free Uoi of I'axtlne to-da-. ft. P AXT0H CO.. 6 Pope Bldf Buton, Mum. YOU WANT A PRIVATE TELEPHONE FROM OFFICE TO BfSIDINCB FROM OfFICt TO WARIHOUSI FROM OFFICI TO BHIPPINQ ROOM FROM RESIDENCI TO BARN FROM LIVING ROCM TO KITCHEN FROM RESIDENCE TO NEIGHBOR FROM FATHER' TO SON'S MOUSE CatterV Vi-ry aaa lo fnalall bf anyone. Kn. (lOTrlrlihonft.warb M.OO. Uiv1 for 0 f,-.l. l a. t wi c.'tii.r wlr.a. tirtr.i' lrlii'ra.t. No. OO Tolrpliuna, h SI SO. fur tt?rta tnti.a. f -ur 'iili.-nea tiu ft .lnft.. I,n wlra. No. 1 4. tirlr a3.?a pnr rull. W uiaka farmara 'piiuiift fur hiag luira. aadr.,. r.aa TrLnraiKk a i.kt. fttrn.r co., I...HW.I H. lau a. JwImr SI.4. , I Hit IMI. W. N. U., 8T. LOUIS, No. 28, 1904. 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