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(W ATERBTJR Y EVENING DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, JULY 2T4 1902. -
65,000 AT LIBERTY .One of the Keepers" Killed by Lawless v S ilea and Others Threatened, , ; - Landers, Wyo, July 24.It is learned that In addition to killing a Mexican eheep herder named Sam Galaxea, and slaughtering several thousand, sheep, a band of 150 masked men has surround- . ed all the sheep camps and forced, the sheepmen to abandon their flocks. After killing one herd of 2,000 sheep, twenty-five other herds amounting to i about 65,000 sheep, were driven- into the mountains and left to shift for themeslves. The sheep men have been threatened with instant death if they, go after their flocks. Hie sheep are now the prey of wild animals and the loss will be very heavy. . The scene of the lawlessnes is 115 miles west of Landers in Fremont county. The mil itia may be called out to protect the Cheep men, V i THE IRISH QUESTION. John Redmond Stirs Up Chief Secre tary Wyndham. London, July 24.- The house of com- " mons last night entered on a series of Irish debates.1 When the estimates for Ireland came up for discussion John Redmond, chairman of the Irish par-, , 'Iiamentary party, moved the reduction of the . salary of the chief secretary, George Wyndham. Mr Redmond main tained that Mr Wyndham had done " nothing for the country and that the Irish problem was more dangerous to the empires to-day than it had been for ;a quarter of a century. Mr Wyndham, in refuting this as sertion, declared he could at present offer no constructive policy and main tained that there could be no cessa tion of agrarian strife, no revival of in dustry and no staunching of the flow of emigration, and the union must be- .cozne Intolerable to the unionists and the idea of home rule impossible even to those who cherished it unless and until the "desolating process of social proscription and the miasma of fear which penetrated and paralyzed every nerve of national life were repudiated by the good sense of the people and re pressed by the power of the govern ment. ' , Mr Wyndham's accusation that T. W. Russell (liberal unionist, member for South Tyrone), palliated disorder during the De Freyne evictions, brought out a heated denial from, Mr Russell and long exchanges between himself and Mr Wyndham. Mr Rus sell declared that only a man who had sold himself body and soul to the land lords .and evictors would dare niflke such an accusation. Dealing with the formation of the Irish land trust. Mr Russell said, it wouia provose a war, the end of which no man could . foresee. ' - - ' .. ' ; LIPTON FILES ANSWER. Has Paid Barrie for All Services Ren- ... ; .'. -dered. , . ' . New York, July 24.-Through1 his at torneys Sir Thomas Lipton yesterday filed his answer to the claim of David Barrie against him with the clerk of the United States .district court. In effect the answer says that Whatever services have been rendered to Sir Thomas by Barrie have been paid for. The answer relates to the engage ment of Barrie to sell the tea of the ; Lipton. company; la October, 1897, a a salary pf ,$125 per month aiid,25,per cent commission, but the salary to be deducted from the commission. In 1899 when Barrie was getting $125 per month Sir Thomas Lipton was engaged ' in an effort to lift the America's cup. Barrie attended to many of the de- tails with out promise of compensa tion, it la claimed. At the close of the contests Sir Thomas then allowed Barrie the same amount of commis sion as he had earneSln 1898. In 1900 Sir Thomas was again en gaged in a cup contest and again Bar rie attended to certain details for which, Sir Thomas says in his answer, he paid Barrie 100 in English money. The answer asks that the suit be dis missed. ":. ' PORTER SAILS FOR FRANCE. In. Company With Secretary of War Root and General Wood. ' New York, July 24. G.rteral Hor ace Porter, United StateVbassador to France, Secretary of WTr Elihu Root and .General Leonard Wood sailed on La Savole.to-day for France. General Porter, just before going on board the steamship, said: "I leate America again with very many, regrets, after having reveled in the enjoyment of meeting hosts of old friends, a near view of the matchless progress of our marvelously prosperous country,, a country in which individual liberty is secured, labor Is dignified and' man hood is honored. We have shown the world that we can be progressive with- , . oat being aggressive, and that . while we. have a Just confldece . in our strength, the spirit of our. people and , our vast commercial interests give an ample guarantee that our efforts will always be In the direction of doing justice-to others and in preserving the world's'peace. There has never been a period in our history when the wise, broad and clear sighted statesmanship displayed at Washington has been so fcdmired and respected by foreign powers." " ' . ; TRIVIAL CAUSE ASSIGNED. Bloemfontein's Mayor Says Kruger's Impoliteness to Rhodes Caused" War. Berlin, July 24. Dr B. O. Kellner, nayor of Bloemf ontein, has arrived in ; Berlin. In the course of conversation Mayor Kellner said he attributed the war in South Africa to a trivial inci dent, namely, the Jmpoliteness shown 1y President Kruger to the late Cecil Rhodes during their last interview, which took place on the street in Pre toria, where Mr Rhodes had arranged to carry on negotiations with Mr Kru ger. Before Mr Rhodes could state fully the object of his visit, according .to Mayor Kellner, Mr Kruger, who had at Bible under his arm, growled: "I must go to church." and brok'e off the Interview and left Mr Rhodes standing In the street. That was the last time Mr Rhodes aw .President Kruger. and left Pre toria shortly afterwards. COAL $8 A TON IN NEW YORK. New York. July 24. There was an advance-In the retail price of anthra cite coal to-day to $8 a ton. for all sizes. This is an increase of 50 cents ft ton to the users of dometsic sizes and of 75 cents a ton to the users of team sizes, WV J. BRYAN AND DAUGHTER. Very Pleasantly Entertaised in New. - Haven Last Evening. New Haven, July 24. Hon W. J. Bryan and , his daughter, Miss Ruth Bryan, .who is a very attractive young lady, were entertained in this city yes terday afternoon and- last 'evening, by Mr and Mrs Alexander Troup at their home, 585 Orange street. Mr and Miss Bryan arrived in this city at 4:30 yes terday afternoon from NeysiXork. They were met at the station and, in com pany with Mr Troup, were driven about the. city, viewing the Yale build ings and then driving out ' to and through1 East Rock park.- In the even ing a very pleasant social function was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Troup, When a large number of the prominent democrats of the city Call ed and paid their respects to the dis tinguished guests.; This informal re ception was a . very ielicitiouS affair and was most thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by all. , ; ; An 'elaborate dinner , was served la ter in the evening, about twenty par taking of the feast. Among- .those present at ' the dinner were , Philo S. Bennett of this city, and Archibald Mc Neil of Bridgeport, who Were two of the electors on the Bryan ticket in 1900: also former ' Postmaster Bryan K. Mahan of New London, Senator Will iam Kennedy, of Naugatuck and Rev Father Thuente, pastor of St Mary's Dominican 'church of this city. '..a.' The remainder of the evening was spent in the enjoyment of social Intercourse.-:" '. 'i- ';. ' '- ... Mr Bryan has no political comment of any kind to make, r ; ) His vJsit was purely of a social nature. He and Miss Bryan left New Haven at midnight for Boston, m NUTMEG GRATINGS. Interesting Bits of News Boiled Down , for the Benefit of Busy Readers. . ' Mrs Deborah Silllinan of Easton will be 102 years and 6; months old on August 1 'and . it , is claimed for her that she is the oldest woman la the state. .;..' i.r. .' .' Mrs Ethel Foote, the alleged Vassar graduate, charged with twenty-two Counts of shoplifting, pleaded guilty in the New Haven city court yester day and was sent to Jail for what will be about nine months and fourteen days. ' Francis Preudhomme, state manager of the Provident Savings Life Assur ance society of New York, committed Buieide by shooting, in the head at his home in New Haven late last night, He was 58 years old and leaves a .'wif 4 and two daughters;' 31 ' '' '" : t An unknown man was ; killed at, the railroad station of the Consolidated (raill road yesterday morning while. attempt! Ing to board a west-bound freight train at Hartford. His body was hor ribly mangled. The body was taken to New London. The .man was about 25 years of age. ., '; James E. Cannon of No 24 Church street, Hartford, who was burned Tuesday morning while , at work in the round house of the Central New Eng land railroad, died at the Hartford hospital yesterday mornnig. Medical Examiner Fuller investigated the cause of his death and pronounced it accidental. , Special Policeman Corbin of New posed case of smallpox in a tenemeit on Harvard street. , He reported the V case to the health authorities yester day and investigation showed the case to be nothing worse than a well devel oped attack of prickly heat The case was discovered by a sewing machine agent.':.".12 '" .:..; While sawing off a tree limb thirty feet above the ground, Robert Orr, ' a city employe of New Haven" fell head long yesterday afternoon. ' His hands were thrust forward protecting his head somewhat, but one wrist was broken and the other sprained, and his face, neck, and shpulders cut, and, bjujs- eu. lie was.xaKen io nis nome ana un less internal injuries develop will jre cover. .'. ; " : ; c Dr Edward A. Down of Harif ord and Dr Francis iN. Braman of New London, who were appointed a com mission to investigate the mental con dition of William H. Gallivan ol Mont ville, convicted of the murder of Jere miah Shumway and sentenced to life imprisonment, have reported to Acting Governor Keeler that the prisoner is sane. Gallivan is at the Norwich jail and will be taken to the state prison fat once to begin his 'sentence. Frank Banning, a teamster,1 discov ered at 5 - o'clock yesterday morning the body of Charles : ' Hallenborg, a German, in the creek back of Podesta's store on Main street Bristol. The creek' is used to carry water to the wheel . of the Bristol Manufacturing company's . plant on Riverside avenue and in some spots is rather deep. It, is crossed by several small foot bridges. Hallenberg evidently undertook to cross one of the narrow bridges and fell in. ..,.,.r;::' : . .-' v. Charles Beecher died very suddenly at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon in the Bristol lockup.- He was arrested late yesterday by ' Captain Beideri on the complaint of a resident of the North side, who said that Beecher had been sitting on the steps of the sqhoolhouse of that district all day catching imag inary rats and mice. The fellow was clearly oat of his head from excessive use of liquor and so the officer took him to the lockup to await develop ments. 1 John J. Coffee, 25 years old, of Fair Haven died from consumption at-the New Haveu jail yesterday as he was about to be taken to the common pleas court for a hearing. He had served three months of a five months' sen tence for burglary. When the condi tion of the man was made known Lawyer David Fitzgerald applfed for habeas corpus papers for the appearance-of Coffee at the present term of court and this was granted by Judge Hubbard on Saturday. . , Lightning, which came apparently from a clear sky, struck a tree 'just south of Mrs Ezra Cone's -residence, East Hampton, about three o'clock yesterday afternoon, tearing off' the bark and splintering it so that it will die. David Bride, who was not thirty feet away, was knocked from a ladder the shock doubling him. George Tracy was mowing the lawn and it twisted him- around.. C. -D. Barton, his son, Howard, and John P. O'Connell were in a team nearly opposite the tree and both men and beast were considerably shocked. To the men. the bolt looked as big as a barrel. While there were clouds on either side, it was blue sky overhead. Miss Cone had Just come to the front door and received a shoek. Harding's 72-74 South Main st, Telephone 220. Peterman's Ant Food will eradicate all kinds of ants - Peterman's Roach Food will eradicate Roaches and Water Bugs Peterman's Liquid discovery will eradicate Bed Bugs and . keep Beds and Furniture free from them. LEHIGH CLEAN COAL gives the very best satisfaction. 5 Try a ton from us before you purchase your winter supply , and we are sure that you will be so well satisfied that you will place your entire order with US. i ; ; ' 'i -, : . ..' John HcElligott. Office, Fitzpatrick '& Glos ter's, 60 South Main St. - 1 Telephone connection. 1 ALTERATION SALE r . Everything in stock at rtK UtN I REDUCTION Sale bcf WEDNE , MORNING and contin ues ONE WEEK. F.A.fenzel'&Co KEPORT EXAGGERATED. 'I , Waterburyr July 24, 1902 Editor of Democrat: Dear Sir: The exaggerated news re garding last night's meeting- of ; the Veterans of the Republic, who unjust ly accused their treasurer, was errone ous. The person who has filled for a while that position was elected unani mously by all the members, as there were no others who could have filled it deservedly. At the last meeting, on the night of the 9th inst, he, the treas urer, gave in his resignation, ' because he did not want to have such - a;- re tepoasbility,! imd, it ! wast "T accepted. Tliev. the few member 5 that ' Were Lpreseatlast night, accused him I of t 1 ' : t '. -a - tl -1 i 1 l.-n 1 T. ti away on a vacation. ' He . came -back just in time to give., up hoaorably all that belonged to that" institution. The idea! How could a person spoil? his fruitful career and ruin his- honor; for a few dollars? He besides being well esteemed, has the kind respect of j the. most Influential Americans of the state,? and last night everything was well fixed with satisfaction. He teturned the amount and gave his book with right account of it. " Too bad that the people were not aware of the .true facts. . A MEMBER OP THE VETERANS. DIES NURSING COMRADE. - Order Issued in Philippines Tells How Privates Face Dread Cholera. j Washington, July 24. That soldiers can display herotsm iri i other ; ways than facing death on a battlefield is made evident by a copy of an order recently issued la the Philippines," which Surgeou General Forward has just received. The order tells of two privates who acted as nurses of chol era patients, one losing his life in his devotion to this dread duty. The or der reads as follows: . , "The death of Private Joseph G. M. Eisman, Hospital Corps, United States army, is announced. Private Eisman was detailed to face death as a cholera nurse for one of our Comrades, and he died from the disease, caught from his charge; an example .of devotion to duty to be held up for all mea tb emu late, v;'':.'- ;',V.,tV .:,:') "Private Leonard P- Stevenson, Hos pital Corps,'. was'detailed to nurse both of our comrades, with the knowledge that his predecessor had been ' cut down while performing the same duty. Without a murmur he responded and remained Until the sods covered his plague-stricken charges, and he now returns to his routine duties. "The men of this command, who have faced death amid the whistle of bullets and the excitement of a nght, can readily appreciate the courage re quired to await daily "its approach in the form of one of the most dreaded diseases known to the world to-day, and the commanding officer takes this opportunity to - ackaowledge publicly that 'duty well done,' the highest aim of a soldier, is a goal Private Steven son has reached. "This order will be published, at pa rade on Tuesday, the 2"th inst, and at general inspection of the Hospital Corns on the 31st inst. "By order pf Caotaia O'ell , " 20 S rot PAY ENVELOPE LOST between Jewelry shop and - Baldwin street. Please re turn to Democrat office lor reward of $3. Num ber on the envelope was 44. It BOARDING HOUSE for sale with twenty boarders. Address "W. A. M.," Democrat Office. . ; .;:: - ' ... 7-24-6 TO RENT One tenement of 7 rooms and one , of three rooms, 13 Bushton Place. 7-18-tt FOR RENT One large store, 383 South Main street. Apply to McCarthy & Moore, next door. 7-18-tf FOR SALE Choice building lot on Wash ington Hill. Small amount down. J. T. Phelan, 4i Bank street. , 6-23 tf I 1Ct T? FTiMTShrki-n fint.fcftcfis At. MAOflnWfl End : all furnished, J. T. Phelan, 42 Bank I street. - ' .- o-s-om , EMPLOYMENT BUREAC Help of all kinds furnished and situations secured for capa ble workers in all kinds of employment. Mrs. Kelly. 78 East Main street 'Phone 103-6 CARD OF THANKS. We wish to return, our heartfelt thanks to all those who sympathized With us in our recent sad bereave ment, the death of John L. . Sullivan. We wish to particularly, thank Brown & Crane, the Evening Democrat and all the kind friends who sent in floral offerings. MRS ELLEN SULLIVAN AND FAM ILY. , AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, JULY 2G, AT 10 A.' M. at the Mammoth Market, 155 Bank street. All the personal property of the estate of William L. White, con sisting of apparatus, furniture and im plements. (Reserving the right to re ject any or all bids). , , . J, A, Peasley, 7-24-2: ' Trustee in Bankruptcy. ' TIMELY TOPICS A bottle of Fitzpatrick' s malaria is much cheaper than a dose of the real thing. Why not be your own landlord? J. T. Phelan nas a bargain. j J. A. iPeasley will sell the personal property of William L. White on Sat urday, July 2G, at 10 a; ;'m. - , Waterbury " Hardware r Co have just received a full line of American seal aad ready mixed pa'ints. , Reid & Hughes are making every hat a bargain in their milliaery depart ment.; "." ' .. ;. - Jones, Morgan & Co have listed their outing suits away under prices ' to make quick selling. . ' Benson Furniture Co's great sale will continue until July 31. See the bargains offered. The Curran Dry Goods Co offer many specials in furniture at prices that are attractive; jSe their ad for uiiormauon. ' - " Conlon Bros have, a fine line of misses' and children'sil ready-to-wear garments for Friday and Saturday. r There has been a, big rush for those sample shoes at Frank the shoe man's. Only a few pair left. ;.; The Miller & Peck Cq publish an In teresting list of specials for to-morrow, bargain day. ' BROOKLYN'S FIELD DAY. . i The Boys from Across the Bridge Will Make Things Hum Next Saturday. - . .. . - . - - The trolley company-'fs goiag to call In all the reserves for work on the cars next Saturday when the Brook lyn Athletic club gives their annual field day and picnic at the Waterbury Driving park. It looks now, as though the day will resemble In many , re spects a circus- day.,, Everybody can remember the old picnic days when the fathers and mothers were prepar ing for a week ahead 'fo take the whole family to the annual parish picnic The lunch baskets were aired and the children were waiting anxiously for weeks for the day when they could romp and play to their heart's con tent. That is the case exactly just now and-it will be a sort of a general family reunion up at the Driving park next Saturday. The sporting . events are ' all. : in readiness and the contest ants are In training. The members of the' committees are hustling hard to have everything . iu !: ship shape so that all will have a good time. Those who like dancing will be given a sur feit.of that amusement and those who do not dance will find plenty of amuse ment in-something else, It will ;be a gala day for all who are seeking for recreation and sport. Indian Coronotlon Fi"te. LONDON, July 24. The India oiflce has Issued a sketch of the programme of the coronation fetes to be held at Delhi, India, which shows that, al though the festivities will not be graced, as was expected, by the pres ence of the "Prince and Princess of Wales, they will be of.the utmost mag nificence, extending from Dec. 29 to Jan.-10.-' OnsDec. 29 the viceroy of In dia, Lord Curzon of Kedleston, with the rilling chief s, will make a state en try Into Delhi, mounted on elephants, with a procession six miles long to the camp. The next day the viceroy will open the Arts exhibition, and on Jan. i a coronation durbar will be held. -A parade of 40,000 troops will take place Jan. 2, and the following days will be devoted to reviews, religious services, illuminations, receptions, banquets, etc., the viceroy departing Jan. 10. : AHeued Cure For Leprosy. WASHINGTON, July 24. The secre tary of the interior has forwarded to the board of health of Honolulu sam ples of an alleged cure for leprosy s'ub-mitted-by a Brooklyn physician in toe half of a fellow practitioner abroad. The board has agreed to use the sam ples in its experimental research, and the treasury departmeat has au thorized the admissioa of the samples at. Honolulu free of duty. The boards of health of San Francisco and New Orleans als6 will be asked to test the alleged cure. ' .: Flame Sweep South Carolina Town CAMDEN, C, July 24. A nighl fire has destroyed one of the most sub stantial blocks of Camden, containing eleven stores and business buildings, entailing an estimated loss of $70,000. partially covered by Insurance. ' Oh, tell me, pretty maiden, have you, eaten Ready Bits to-day? . All erocers. 15c per pkg. ; .- - - rats-For MoRf FOR SALE. The large fine brick residence with lot of about 120 feet on '.North Main street, being No 161, formerly occu pied by myself and family, and for the past few years by the Union Club, Js now in the market. . t . This is to-day ,one of the best loca tions in our prosperous city foil a doctor's home and ofQces, or can be used and improved for other profitable purposes. .' . : ' I will give the right party one of the best real estate deals that was ever offered in central property. Will make terms to suit, purchaser. Call on . t .. . . . . WILLIAM I SCHLEGEL, For this and other bargains in Water bury real estate, In the Lewis building, No 65 Bank street . l ' ' ) ' ' - Iweviti Brosn MASONS, PLASTERERS, CON ,: TRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates Office at Fruia & Levia's , Plumbers, iMo n uanai street, City. Residence, '.2 Driggs street. WHrNOT be your own landlord? Collect your owa reat from yourself aad thea pay it dowa oa the principal; then rent the other part of your house and' with the proceeds pay your iaterest, taxes, etc. Isa't it worth try iag? Two-family house, East Maia street, $3,500; large lot. - - ' J. T. .PHELAN, 42 Bank Street. Take elevator. OONITIET YOUR MOBEY SLEEP. Buy a home. Bevea room house, gar-- dea, etc, S. Wilsoa street, $2,200, $200 dowa. r Choice of two suburbau homes. west side, at $1,800, $200 dowa. vSaore cottages to reat, furnished, Meadows End, $8 to $12 weekly. C. S. Lang; 199 Bank St., Room 3 Oae family house, large lot, small bara, oa Sylvaa , aveaue,' to the right party $10 per inoath, . MQney,' to loan at 5. per cent. VFIre Insurance, z LOREN R CARTER, ' II E, Main St. TEE REID & HUGHES DRY GOODS CO i Telephone 410. I ' .. ummer MUlinery Department We arc ;making Every Hat at .Bargain Prices never yet Tapproafched- ferl 1 Wnd -SATURDAY. At 49c Straw and Pique Outing Hats'in latest stvles ' ' and shapes.. ALL NEW GOODS at . 49c each Phipps and Atchison Outing Hats, also other exclusive makes, reduced to , $1,98 At $2.98 Any Trimmed Hat in our stock, at $2.98 each H A AS E B LOG 4IF1 rst Fl dor, Ice nt e r Street. : ,J ummer Oxfords WE HAVE THEM IN ALt THE NEWEST ANP MOST UP-TO-THE-TIMES STYLES, AND AT PRICES THAT YOU CANNOT i AFFORD TO PASS UNHEEDED. THEY COME HANDY THESE ' - WARM DAYS. THEY ARE SIMPLY SOLID COMFORT, FOR BOTH LADY OR GENT. , , The Prices Are So Very Reasonable, Too. ' ALL KINDS OF FOOTWEAR FOR THE CHILDREN. - FITZPATRICK & GLOSTER CO South Main Street. mm 1 pz? npjnnizi MADE- 6L0THIN- OUR GREAT 'S "Union Made 11 is our motto and we are the only Clothing House in the city that stands by what they advertise, if other houses favor unions, why don't they sell union made goods ? Our Clothing bears the union label and the prices we have placed on all Men's suits is for quick selling. Our $7,50, $8,50 $10 and $12 suits are from $3 to $5 less than regular prices, 510 pairs of Men s fine Worsted pants at $Z50 E. G. KILDUFF dc CO. BROWN & CRANE, Undertakers and Funeral Directors 1S2 East Mailt Street. Telephone call 123-15. Night calls answered at store or District Telegraph office. H. J. Crane, residence SO Elizabeth street; telephone 133-23. . s T. H. Brown, residence 152 - East Main street; telephbae ; 123-15. v ( MORfARTY, UNDERTAKER Next to Poll's theater. ' f,' ' JOHN MORI ARTY, ; JOSEPH O. MORIARTY. Telephone store and house. Hi A LWAY S O N, D UTY. ...... , CH AUNCEV 5EELY & CO BUILDERS Are prepared to furaish estimates and take coatracts oa all kiads of building. Jobbing promptly attended to , . : . - SHOP AND OFFICE, , i 85 BISHOP ST. ' . Store and 5-Room Tenemant on North Main,. street for sale cheap on easy terms or .will trade. ;: V-c;.;v; J WP. JARRETT, Real Estate, 65 Bank Street, Room 18. , NOTICE. The Veterans of the -Republic will meet at G. A. R. hall on Wednesday evening; at 8 o'clock sharp. Business of the utmost importance. : J. A. HITCHCOCK, First Sergeant. J'a ;;.vi.f- . A i iv .. if. " Clearing Under Electric Sign.. Sale MID-SUMMER SALE OF SUIT Si Getting Our buyers in the various departments .have just re turned from the market And report that they have se cured the very best NOVEL-: TIES and STAPLES in every branch and in order , to make room for, them we concluded to dispose of all our Summer V Goods f , .i . ;'.'.7 '"t, ' ". ' '' " 'V' . ' T; , ' ;( i. Regardless Of Cost And we have ho doubt that they will move- very quickly. So avaii yourself of this op portunity and secure some bargains for CASH or CRED IT at . ' Guarantee Credit Clothing Co. .33 and "3 5T E. Main St; and i 5, Phoenix Ave, " Which knows best you or your horse, when v and howi much salt he needs? ' , If you will put isaJt In thetaH bo thatihe ican get to Itvhis condition -will always be good. We hare salt juat au it comes from the mines, In lumps or 'bricks, with a. rack to go with It. " -Vj , You can keep the flies; off. your horse if you will spray him mornings. With "Liquid Fly Net" and milking is a pleasure when it is used. Oats continue to go up and Yton Feed is the only thing to use now. : Corn, . Cracked Corn,; , Wheat anJ Buckwheat for chickens. . ; , Kow Kure for cows. . The Piatt Mill Co. SO BENEDICT STREET. 'Phone. .. ' . 0 . ' ; . ' - THE ONLY COMPLETE LINE OF Summer Stoves ON THE MARKET - In alt styles Prices wc guarantee to be the lowest; Headquarters for Refrigerators in hard and soft wood. Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers In all sizes and styles. Garden Hose, Reels, Nozzles Lawn Mowers, Ranges, House Furnish ings, Hardware, Plumbing Tin infi, Heating. BARLOW BROS CO 63-65- 67 GRAND STREET ,. If Your Old Plumber Cannot , Coma, Try Us. ... . We don't want to deprive him of a job, but wish to assist those who have . trouble with their plumbing. will give you the service of the highest paid men in the trade. ' If you are thinking about buying a stove ask about the STAMFORD, it will pay you to inquire, every one praises it that has used it We do roofing and conductor work, P. H. GAMUT Y, 221 Bank fit. Telephone 403-C Frank Miller &Co 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET. COAL ALSO WOOD AND CHARCOAU JOHN BYRON, , Yard near Plume & Atwood'a. Uptown office with J. II. Derereaaa Si COi, 23 East Main street.