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Obituary. Minnie Chadduck-Kellogg. eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Gen. H. Chad duck, was born In Oregon, Mo.. Sep tetnber 15, 1MI2 She grew to woman hood there and was educated In the Oregon Normal. On November lio, 1K84, she was milted In marriage to James F. Kellogg, who was at that time principal ol the school In Malt land. To tills union was bom one nun, Geo. Fred Kellogg. They resided In Maltland nine years. In Ifit.t they moved to Skldmore. where Mr. Kel logg was In the mercantile business. Since then the life of the deceased has liecn an open book to all who have known her. She united with the Methodist KpNcopal church about tour years ago and was a faithful and consistent member to the time of her death. Sister Kellogg Is survived by her husband, one son, one brother, Lee Chaddtick, and one sister, Mrs. Lula Kyan, togetherwlth a host, of friends, Into whose lives she has won her way by the kind, helpful and sweet-spirit-od life she has lived. "rinK li mi Hock liuni'Ht walclntl uinl tended, Hut nnc tlenil tatnli Is tliete! Tin ir Is no rlrrslile IniHMie'cr (li'finiUcI Mill Iihsoiii' vik'iiiiI rhulr." "IaI lis lie patient' Thri' i clf lil!llrltili Nut from tlii- irreund urine. Hut of li lit lii.en eeleMlsl liemilli'lluiis Autn t liK ilnrk ttl-ciil-, . ' S. ltlOl.t)TIIINH OK UKslT.CT. Since death Is always abroad In the land, and God, In bis intlnlte wisdom has allowed him to visit our ranks and take from us our beloved sister. Mrs. Minnie Kellogg, who was not only a meinlier of Class No. l In the M. K. Sunday school, but the wife of I he teacher of same: and mother of a member of Class No. fi; therefore, be It Resolved, Thai the Sunday school extend. their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family; and commend them to the love and comfort of the Father, who Is above all and over all. In the midst of our grief there Is that that gives us Joy; for "we sorrow not as those that have no Iioh" "mi lle. Unit ttl.rn Ihy summons tenim In Jul II Tin' liiiiuiiirr.'ilili'i'u-iiTiiii Unit tiinvt'K Tii tin-pull realms nf .liiide, where rki-li slitll take U Ih eliutiiOrr In tlir silent hull nf ili'iitli. Thoa k. nul IIUv lliiiiiiirry r-lat i at ulpM Si'uurs'eU In lil iliiinnnii. Iiut.sustnleril uiul MHllllI'll llj un iinfiiltrrlni trut. iiiim.'u'h tliy cimc I. Ike mil' vr lui ruH tlii' iliury nf lit Ctnu'li aUiut liliiiiuiil Hi ilumi to fleiniiiit tlreums, Committee: 1.1 I.I.I AN SAi'l.TMAK, India Owk.ns, F. W. Coi.i.inh, It kn A. Fhi:ni:ii. Skldmore Lodge No. .XI, 1. 0. 0. 1'.; Whereas, It has pleased the. Su preme Killer of the Universe to re move from this terrestrial sphere, the mothcr.of our beloved brother, G. F. Kellogg; therefore, be it Ilesolved, That this lodge extend to the relatives our sincere sympathy in this sad hour of bereavement. He It also Itesolved, That our lodge charter be draped for thirty days, and a copy of these resolutions be published In the New Kra and a copy sent to llrother Kellogg. Committee: M. It. Havn, II. I). Siinu..- Shlkmore New Kra. From Fred Hershner. Our young friend Hershner, of the good ship Caifornla, will, next .Mine complete his enlistment In the navv, and will then come back to the old home in Holt. He Is now at Mare Island, Cal., and In it recent letter to his parents tells of the reception tendered the enlisted men of the navy yard by the citizens of Vallejo, and of his great pleasure In attending. The ball crew of his ship took the honors. He greatly enjoyed the feast of good tilings to eat and was reminded of the pies und tolls that mot her used to make. "The citizens have tendered us many formal receptions, and It has been one continued round of pleasure since we anchored here. "We expect to sail for Honolulu about September 1!."), and expect to re turn somo time in November, when we will hold target practice off San Diego, Cal. We have had our small arm target practice, and I made the highest score of any man on the ship. My best score was made on a target representing a man lying down with only head and shoulders exposed, at ;i(K) yards range. Men concealed were stationed to operate the targets, and as soon as the targets were raised above the embankment, and at the instant of exposure tiring began, and I succeeded In putting 10 shots Into the target in W seconds, and 8 of the 10 struck the head or shoulder, while the other two passed through the body below the shoulders. Fitr.n Hr.itsiiNKit." Mare's Island, Cal,, August a", 1011. Foil Sai.k 1'uie llred Collie Pups; also Charter Oak Wagon, good as new. S. M. COFFMAN, Forest City, Mo. New Poirit, and Vicinity. Elmer Cain and wife returned home Saturday. .las. Morris and family returned from their western trip Saturday. We are glad to report LlttteChes ter Forney, who has been so sick, better. -Catharine Terry visited with Anna Springer Saturday night and Sunday. The new directories are at the central otllce now. Any patron desir ing one. call for It. -The Oreii heirs are putting up a nice, s.room house on the farm occu pied by G. W. Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Pralswater went to lliirllngton .1 unction, to sec Grandpa Pralswater, who Is very low. Clarance and Clayton Smith, from Gentry county. Mtedat the home of their cousin, Kd Narans, the past week. - fir. Leonard Hot kin left Sunday for his school work In Kanas City. Ina left Monday for Columbia, where she teaches. Mrs. Mary Polly, of St. Joseph, and daughter Pearle returned home after several days' visit with rela tive and frleniU. Dr. Neelcy, of Kansas City, a fel low graduate from llarues college in St, Louis, vMicd Hr. Kearney the llrst of the week. Mrs. Stella Kneale and children and Lula Kline, of Oregon, visited at the home of Cale Waybill, anilattcnd ed the picnic Saturday. - Mary Narans, who has been visit ing her brother Kd and family, lelt Tuesday morning for Waverly, Kan., where she will visit her brother Floyd. From there she will return to her home In Louisiana. - In spite of the rain Friday anil the gloomy outlook Saturday morn ing, a goodly number gathered In the timber near .tack Wright's for the Sunday school picnic. Mr. Williams did not get there until nearly 4 o'clock. Ills talk was enjoyed very much. - The many friends of Mr. and Mrs 1 1. M. Lay. formerly of New Point, but who are now located at Fort Smith, Ark., will lie pleased to know that Mr. Lay has been appointed spe cial detective lor the Frisco Itallioad, hat lug charge of the division from Monet te, Mo., to Pallas, Tex. We whh him success In thlsuiidertaking. Nr.uo. REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPfi rCHUMimi WrKKLY HVW.II RICHARDS, OHKOOX.MO. OrrlCBbmTAIHMN IIKMOOHRHt.OCB. Abstracter and Nenoliator of Loans. Transfers for week ending Septem ber J, mil: WAltltANTV 1IKKIIS. Mary K Itedmou to Kd L lied mon, lot 4, block 11, Craig... t Win Sarah A Meek to Mary S Poynter, lots .1, 4, block 0, Mound City Kxt Add 7.r.o .1 11 Whipple to Kdw llrown. part nw I an, !Ki, ;pt l.iioo S 11 Itandall toO W Slmerly, e j sw J 1L, co, :i!i 1 M .1 Morford to Sarelda W Morford, part se i -7, 11.1, .is UOVC Kdw Plnkston to Cora M and W II Moser, part se 1 L'H, it.l. .'17. (to Cor former l) I .1 W Privettto T W VauDe venter, 1 ' l-lo a In tl, ill, .is und :u, ;, ;ih 4m QUITCLAIM IIKKIIH. Lafayette Nay to . I L lliown- lug, ne J nw ln, e, ;m l OK.r.u or IIKI.KASK. C I) lluttertlield, sw l.'l: se It; s sw 14 e of It It: ne I'.'l; w .Mi' of It It, all In ill,. 'in I.KASK. Chus Sare to Susan Goodspeed, lots 'J. :i, block :i, Mound City per Mo .Vi Kelly Picnic. A very pleasant outing was given by Mrs. .lames Kelly last week at her beautiful farmhouse north of town to thirty of her little neighbors, in hon or of her little daughter, Miss Es ther. Mr. Homer Kelly and Miss Anna Hrlmhall accompanied the little folks and assisted In their enter tainment. It was a Jolly-crowd that tilled the big farm wagon to slulllng, each shouting and singing In true child Joy. It was an all-day, good time, with swings, games, (lower hunts, and clambnrlng over the farm equipments, for the children were given full possession. Kach brought a luncheon for dinner and supper, Mrs. Kelly serving Ice-cream, cake and home-made, farm-grown, fried chicken. As the sun went down the little people returned home tired, happy and singing the praises of their kind hearts. Charley Patterson and George Watson have returned from their outing at Kxcelslor Springs, and now feel fully recuperated from their ar duous labors of the summer. A Delightful Trip. Charley Anselment and wife, of this place, and his daughter, Mrs. Arch Crews, of Craig, have returned from their trlpof a month, seeing the great West, and taking In all the sights of note. They visited Denver, Salt Lake, Yellow Stone Park, Port land, Colorado Springs, the Catalina Islands. San Francisco. Los Angeles, and the many other places of note, Including the great Lodl fruit sec tion, which Included an area of "JO miles square, and thinks If our fruit growers would give the same atten tion to their orchards, as the fruit growers of California do, they could make their orchards mole profit able - but we raise corn and hogs here, which receive as good care and thotight as the California orchardlst doc- his trees. Prune harvesting was on as well as the grain harvest, and he witnessed the work of a harvester that cut a'.M foot swath, threshed, measured and sacked the grain ready for the market , all thine at the same time. They greatly enjoyed the "baloon route" to view the lieach sights of Los Ange les: they camped at Yellow Stone Park, t-ook their time and took In the sights of this great, wonderful work of nature. They vNlteil at the home of Mr. Anselment 's sister. Mrs. D. P. Kyle. at Lodl. Cal.: the Kills family, at (Slimy, Cal.: Tommy Curtis, at Pueblo: Silas llucher and Sol. Zaiiiinan. at Funnel, Id., all ol whom they round well anil reasonably prosperous. At Pueblo be visited the t'reat smelters, and iron mills, and wit nessed the process of the making of the railroad rail and h.irhwlrc. While they saw some tine count ry, monster orchards and gtaiu Ileitis, Charley comes back home fully sail,, tied that Old Mloo Is good enough forhlmand especially Holt county and the teriltory comprising the Plutte Purchase. He says he would n't trade the eastern half of Kansas for the whole state of California, even up. Kach and every member of the party enjoyed every day of the trip, and not a single Incident occurred to mar their tllp In the least. His ex chequer has been reduced a few hun dred by taking the journey, but he says It is woith every dollar It cost Itl in. WILSON BROS., BLACKSMITHS Coim i wo UK in our nmv Hliop. W lmvt? nldi:d wvtiral now pieces of niiidiinrry which Kivcs una lm'wr rniifw of work. Can lo your work quicker mid better than ever before. W carry a complete stock in our line. ami tire sure we can satisfy you. OREGON, MO. Farmers' Phone, No. lOl. McCall's Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women H Mora Friend than any other magazine or patterns. McCall r is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in tine million otic hundred thousand homes, ltesides showing all the latest designs of MiCull Patterns, euih issue is brimful of sparkling slioit stories mid helpful information for women. S Montr i Krcp hi Style Sy jnh,c riblrj li.r MlC.!' Ma?'" at oner. Li.ilt only $o rei.tt a wi. Including any una ul the ctlcbrattd Mriau iMurrna lire. , McCall Patttnu Uad all othtti In ityla, fit, ', tinihlitily. rri'ii'.mv and number anttl. Mmc F dralrrt tfll McCall I'altrrna than any other two I Ircro ycur dealer, or by mail from McCALL'S MAGAZINE 236-246 W. 37tt St, Naw York City iiitui crr, nw'M c.ii.. mi him cmtm m, Thk Skntinkl and McCaU'H only $1.50. For the price of Thk Skntinkl alone $1.R0. Send your niibseriptlon to DOBVNS & CURRY, Oukoiin, : ; : Missnriti. See t lie Oregon nine play the Ar kansawsat dohn Idea's ball park,Illg Lake, Sunday, September 17. The Christian church people will not be In darkness, but proposes while the electric light plant is being repaired, to let their light shine, In putting In a dynamo In the Sterrett building, and making connection with the church wires, thus ensur ing lights, beginning with next Sun day and continue while the revival services are on, which begins Sunday, October 1st. fc A .tl. ..vtA.,!.. To Fruit Growers. At. a meeting of the State hoard of Horticulture held In .lellerson City recently Governor II ad Icy offered a , strong resolution which was adopted, calling upon farmers and others who have apples to sell this year to notify .the Secretary or members of the j Hoard at once and every effort would , be made to it ml them a buyer. Tile man with a small crop Is often at a great disadvantage because he cannot attract a large buyer, while If It were known that there were several small crops In a neighborhood reasonably near a siiippltig point, It would be sure Insult some man to go there and purchase all and thus tic able to load one or more car. The large grower Is much Is'tter able to take care of himself In disposing of his crop to good advantage. Kvery reader of this letter Is urged to send to me or to Secretary W. L. Howard at Columbia, at once, the following information: Number of acres of each variety of apples, dis tance apart trees are set and when planted. A No give some Idea of number nf bushels you will have this year. If we can get several buyers Interested In your crop you will lie apt to get the highest market price for your fruit. Send In the Information asked for now whether you have any fruit or not, as we will then know you have an orchard and can help you next year. Kvery season we get letters from buyers from all over the conn try Inquiring where orchard' of ap ples, peaches, strawberries, etc.. may lie found. I am trying to help the people In the following counties, which constitute my district: An drew, Atchison, lliichanau. Caldwell. Carroll. Clay. Clinton. Daviess. De Kalli, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, Platte. Hay, and Worth. D. A. TtniNKH. Sit., First Vice-President. Station D,.Vio:i King Hill Ave , St. .losepb. Mo. Burr Onk. -Leo WoNcy visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sain Alklre icecntly. Kdward Kails and Charley Cotton finished sowing wheat last week. Charley Cotton and Win. Stone attended the liulo Street Fair last Saturday. Mrs. Mary Cotton returned home Saturday after an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Win. Hopper. Mr- and Mrs. Al. Lowell, of Kan sas, left here Thursday of last week, after a week's visit with relatives In this vicinity. Miss Fay Minion went to St.. lo sepb Tuesday, where she will attend school at the Convent. We shall cer tainly miss her. Our school began Monday with Miss May Llppold as teacher. The Idle Wilde school began last week with Miss Fay la Uodgers as the teacher. Last Thursday, the 7th, was the Mth birthday of Miss Kthel Stone. Her many friends reminded her of it by giving her a nice surprise party in the evening. Koo. Oak Grove. (Delayed Letter. Septemlier il, 1111.) Our teacher. Miss Sliy, is board ing with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris. -Miss I lael Waniack und Mls Minnie Stout have gone back to their school In Oregon. Our school commenced Monday, September 14, with good attendance and In charge of Miss Vlrgel Shy. Mrs. Y.Wnt (taker and daughter Helen and Mis John linker and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Limit; I ta lker and children snent Siinduv with I Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Cooksey and fain- lly, and they say they enjoyed tin nice watermelon while there. X. Hen ton. Mr. Merrill, of Marshall, Tex., Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. W. .1. Field, and oilier relatives. Miss Fannli! Kinerson was very pleasantly surprised on Saturday evening, September H (her birthday being Sunday, September ID) by about thirty of her friends, who came bringing refreshments; also some very nice presents. Tim evening was spent with games until near midnight, when refreshments were served. Af ter some music the guests departed, wishing Faniilu many more as happy birthdays. Vkhitah. - Klder Dawson, on Tuesday of this week, at his home, united In marriage, Mr. Jacob Paxton, of Stan- lierry, and Miss Lurle Adair, of Oregon. Illack Locust anil Soft Maple for posts and groves, W.fM) per thousand Catalpa Speclosa and Itusslan Mill berry, 7."H per thousand. All other stock at prices about one-third less than others charge you, Ihiy at home and get the best stock. We save you money on every tiling. MUKUAY NCHSKIIIKS. UJHL. ..a. "Snake or Enemy." A recent Issue of the Clarlnda, la., Journal contained the following let ter, tearing upon the origin of the name "Nodaway," for the river bear ing that name: KniTons Ci.arimu Jochnal: It. Is quite certain that the Nodaway river was originally named by some tribe of the former great nation of Algonquin Indians, probably the Illi nois, or "llll." The Algonqulns were at one time between the Delaware and Mississippi rivers, and the name Nodaway was In the dialect of every trllie of the nation. The Chippewas or tJlbwa)s still use It, piouounclng It Nodaway. Nodaway means a snake, and aNo an enemy. The name of the stream probably means Snake river. There arc various forms of the name. There Is a stream In Ontario called Noddn- way and one In Virginia called Notto way. An old law of Missouri designated the Iowa stream as the "Nldlwa." which In Sac and Fot means "hear say:" but a 17li7 map of Missouri and Lewis and Clark's map called it Nod away. The ( hlppcuav called the tribe to the west of them "Naw-do-day-soos," meaning "our enemies. Nan-do way- slotix," which was finally contracted to Sioux. The Nlshnabotna was originally called "Mlcli-lna-bot-tana," which means "where we make canoes." Mltchl, mlssl, und nltchcarc formsof the Algonquin word for canoe. Mis- slsslppl means wooden calioe. Mitch- Icocina and miss goeina mean ,, birch bark cntiuc. Nodaway ought not be pronounced Noihwu, and, according to the oilgl ual, Iowa should lie pronounced lo way. 'I'he Indians so pronounce the word and all the early writers so wrote It, II. I. IIiii.comiii:. St. Paul. Minn.. August I'.'. Married. Mr. Milvern Morford and Miss VI- enna Goodpasture, of Maltland, were united In marriage at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. .1, D. Good pasture, Thursday afternoon, August Jllst. It'll, at otm o'clock. Preceding the ceremony, performed by liev. Kn- yeart. Mis. Hoy Miller sang, "I Love on Truly, after which the wed ding march was played by Mrs. Kd Weller-both slsteisof the btlde. An elegant three course luncheon was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Mortord left via auto for Napier, where they departed for a shoit staj In Chicago, UK On tlnir return, they will ben In housekeeping In Maltland, where the groom is engaged in business. NX. Birthday Party. Last Saturday evening, Mrs. Arlle Nichols gave a party In honor of her brother George's birthday. The eve ning was pleasantly spent In games and dancing. Those who attended the party were: Misses Una GUnnd, llael Snyder, Ora Slpes, Murl Jami son, Klla Watson, Kstlier llrock, Kthel Welch, Kate and Amelia Able, Maude Itush, Lola and Alice Nichols, Messrs. Glen Wilkes, Cort Gilford, Curtis Italset, Fred Slpes, Andrew Able. Frank Kreek, Vestal llrock, Italph Prussmaii, Claude Nichols, Frank Itush, Krnest Itadley and George Fos ter. A inld-nlglit supper was served and all departed wishliigGeorgc many more happy birthdays. X. There will lie a good game of base ball at llig Lake, Ideii's Park, Sun day, SeptemlM'i' 17. Go and see the Oregon nine vs. Arkansaws. Mrs. Frankie 1 1 hide enter) allied at ".Vm" Tuesday afternoon of this week, seven tables participating in the game. The highest score was made by Miss Lois Itlchaids.whowou llrst prie: tlin second prize going to Mrs. Unbel t Frje. A delicious lunch eon was served. K. I1. Kddy basjusi returned fiom a two weeks' visit ulth lelat Ives and friends In Indiana anil Michigan. He was itccampaiileil home by his mother, who resides at Winona, lud., and who will make hei home here with liliu. lie icpoits eiops and fruit lluo in the ahon stale-, - A maniage llcene was Issued Monday to Hubert A, Nash and Miss Kthel Young, bvthe lliichanau conn ty lecordc r, and we presume I hey ale now husband and wile, i'he young bride vas raised In Oregon and at tended our schools and has a host of friends here who love her. We do not know the groom, but say to him he good to her, for she Is every way wort by of all his love. Tuesday, September IL'tb, Oakley Morris reached his lilt li mile oost and went to school and Itehaved Just as any ordinary boy would do, out when evening came anil nearly half a hun dred of young friends, both girls and boys, came to his house and took pos session and made things lively until midnight, it was thcntliat he became more than ordinary, for although it was a genuine surprise, lie soon righted himself and made the genial host, and made the occasion one that will ever linger pleasantly In the minds of those present. Dainty re freshments were served. Two con tests added to the entertainment, one to Illustrate certain verse quotations, and the second, the language of (to wers. Suitable gifts went to the winners. Kvery hue present said they had "the time of their lives" with plenty of room, -' . slit FIRST STEP DOWN IS FATAL Will Irwln'a Llttla 8rmon Taachaa That Hetala and Nawapapara Mutt Ramaln Raapactabla. Suppoaa you are an Innkeeper, with' a fine, respectable ettabllihment. To atlmulnte profit you take down a few' bara, bruin to adroit dlireputnble and' unplenaant people. Your hotel enjoya ureal proiperity for two or three tea aont, then auddenly falls toward bank ruptcy. The hotel bore a reputation for reapectabllltyj the ollcd charac tera wanted to enter II In order to con ceal their real nature and Intentlona. The newspaper bore a reputation for alnrerlty; prostitute catrnea wanted to enter It In order to net by aanoclatlon the color of truth. Aa time named, more and mora disreputable peopla came to the hotel, so that It lost utter ly lta old reputation. As time passed the newspaper hud to lie more and more boldly, aupprrss more and moral brutally, and the public began to par crlve. Finally, e-en the disreputable abandoned the hotel because It no longer covered their Intentions. Final ly, the corrupt powers which fed thn newspaper discovered tlmt Its wortl carried no more force, that It wns un utile to further their raurrs. anil they abandoned It to fill lure. Will Irwin. RUSE OF CHICKEN THIEVES In New Jersey They Have Deen Steal ing White Leghcrns and Dyeing Them Illack. Chicken thieves In New Jersey have adopted nn nvtonhliltig rime to hattlu owners of the fowls they steal. Late ly several poultry farmers dlnotered that valuable white leghorn hens were mlsslns;. A thorough search was made, but no one rould he found In the section who had recently acquired white left-horns In a quantity In pro portion to the number that had been mlsslns;. The first clue as to their disappearance came a few days ago, when Mrs. Kdward Hall, who has it fine lot of white legliornti, found that walking among her leghorns were three black hens. 8 lie "shooed" them out of the ynrd, angrily, as they wvra of an Inferior type. An hour later the evicted hens were still hanging around the place, and when she finally cor nered one, Intending to throw It out side, the fact was disclosed thut tha black hen was wet nnd the wet cama from black dye Investlgntlon showed that the "black" hens were her homo sick prise white hghorns. Gentle Sarcasm. (the felt quite enthusiastic tn downtown c-nfe, this young woman. "Walter," she said, "call mo a taxi tab." A few minutes Inter the waiter came and said: "Your tuxlcab la bore I" Her escort, meanwhile, wondered why the taxi bad been ordered, "We're going to the ," nnd sha tunned another enfe, which happened lo be right scrims I ho street nnd la still there. "All right," he said. And they rode across the street In the taxlcnb. Once within the other cafe, sha looked about snd saw her mother nnd several friends at nnother table "We can'l sit at this table," sha said. "All right," acquiesced her escort "Call a taxlrnh nnd we'll get another table!" Hull Francisco Chronicle. Kissed a Dead Cow. Told that her pet eow thut tun! been strut-k by a train wits so badly Injured that the animal would hitva to be killed, Mrs. Max Johnson, of tha foot of Jasper street, C'nmdrn, kissed the cow several times und then walked uw-ay. The cow- wus hurled mar where It wuh killed, and u bourd wus pluced at the head of the crave by the heart broken woman, who, betwioi Fobs, ex plained lo a number of pert-ons that thv unlinul hnd been the pet of tho family for years. I'hlhulilphla llec ord. Sounds Warning. "If the duties of lawmaking and Interpreting the laws ore pushed upon the peop'e of this country, one-man rule will Inevitably result. The com munity Is hound to tenter Its confi dence In certain men who lepresent their sentiments ut the time, The gov ernment will eventually becouio a one-inuii system, und this mini will have behind him the power of tho people ho Is utile to Interest. Thlt system created Julius Caesar. It Is the very reverso of the rcprcpontiitlvo government upon which this republic Is built." Jacob G. Schurinan. A Color Transition. An aged colored man was engaged In burning the grusa off the lawn of a young broker when the latter returned to hla home nnd, thinking to huvo somo fun with the old man, said: "Sambo, If you burn that grass, tho entire lawn will be as bluck as you are." "Dat'a all right, auh," responded tha negro. "Some o' dese days dut grass grow up an' be aa green aa youh are." Judge. Just Why. "Do you And the cost of living any higher than It was, say rive yeara ago?" "Yea, sir. Two of my daughters have got married since." Washington Her ald, i .--M-iaV V ..... m-J .