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"Pontic the Path of thy Feet and lot all thy Ways be Established." Prov. 4-26.
WORLDS CRESSET 3$ntered ttecember 11, XiWii at Fowler ' . cw mi and ctasui1trr, under Act of ComjrcH M .arch S iH V ' BEV. I. 8. (i AitltKTT. ElMTOIl bu&soiuvtion. ilX MONTHS . . . 25 cents 15 oent" XHIIP.E MONTHS . . ' . invariable i9y& CLOUDBURST REPORTED. CROPS WERE ALMOS1 DE STROYED NEAR PAPIE LION, NRHRASKA. On Aug. is, cloudburst at Pa pillion, a few miles south of Omaha, early today, flooded the enure town and caused extensive damage. The entire surrounding country was flooded and crops were almost en tity destroyed in the VftCtnitj f ihe town. Water ran over the Missouri Pacific tracks, causing delay la trains for ten hours. KANSAS E1VEES ON BOTH Heavier rains of the season fell at Abilci.e--Water two feet deep on the streets Kansas River the high- est since une Rise will probably continue at ropeka, K.an. Aug. ij The level oi the Kansas river Iras takWl another upward turn and K seems probable that the present nse which has made it as high today as irtfiftfeen at any time since June, will continue. Reports show that the Blue river at Manhattan is a ! gain W feet above its low water mark-. At Abilene the heaviest rain fth wason fell on .the ijtb, The water came down from the hilts and itding on two of the streets of the city to the depth of over two feet. The -Smoky Hill river there raised seven feet last night and. is stilligoing up. Brand Army Men are in San Francisco. Gen Miles refuses to be a Candi date for(xjuin.i..dei .jn-Chief. JAH-VILLE F0WLE3. WO, AUGUST j?0, 1803 The arrival of Oeneul Miles, who in still being urged by many of his friends ff.r comroander-in.'Chief, has added Considerable interest to the Occasion. The general, still declares th it he is not a candidate, and reit crates his statement that lie .will not oppose the election of General RUck. BABY ON TUB PORCH. 'iSLDHB Ham Stuav.ek T LtfVAKT Mrs, T. "I Fielder win. lives tu 642 North Grant street, foul ' hftbv on her porch at about 10 o' clock Inst bight. Tin- child whs about two days old and a v iy h nilthy little girl. The child was left on the floor ol the porch with Out any writing to toll about its brief history, Tin' futuily bud gone to bad and hoard n n-oiao on the porch: Win u Mrs. Fielder got up no one was in night, except tin; tiny stranger that lay on the floor, Mrs. Fielder will adopt the child. (The Spring' field Leader Monday Aug, 17 11)08.) Brutal mother. On Decency cf Speech. Ray scrinon preached by Moore veil. He addressed a Catboli Society at Oyster Bay -To m i in active, life. On Aug. 10 Presi dent Roosevelt delivered the prin a addtesfl at the quarterly Bieetitig of i lie Society of tho Ho 1 Na-iu.'.ol' Brooklyn and Lotig I land, held there "Decency of Speech and Conduct" constituted the ohotbe oi his addreBs, win. ' .wjis enthusiast ically applauded by an audience ol' more than .000 . irsona, chiefly men. As President Roosevelt drove up to the stand in a closed carriage, accompanied by Capt, W. H. Browuion, superintendent of the naval academy, Secrotary Barnes and a representative of t he society, lie was accorded an enthusiastic reception, a band the while play ing ''Hail ro tho Chief." After the audience had sung "America," Father Bower, rector of St. Dom inic's introduced the president in a felicitous speech, in which he spoke of the esteem in which Mr, .Roosevelt is held by the Catholics of this country. When President Roosevelt rose to speak he was greeted with cheers, and it was quite a minute before he was able to proqbed with bis addri 38 I Jamafcia is A Scene oi Despair KINGSTON, Ja., Aug, lo Thore ai n hearfcrenderinii scenes ,, .. , nil ovr the eastern and northern portions of the Inland of Jamaica, A i Poi t A ntonii) thi neundi ol oi homeless ano striving people j have sought s 1 c 1 1 i f ii (ho old prison and the. other buildings! which survived the nun ientiu. j Those who could mil ;hus aocom in idateii uro coveriug In the loo j of ruined Walls and dismantled piuxzus, Thy railroad sheds and waiting rooouia filial '.villi women and' child ron, The morehnnU are, IJtdi.ig tho bunifty to the best of their ability, but the mrdorltv uro snusiatiog on - t!io upnpo bananas ktieeked down l.y the storm, The banawm are i oiled in kurosone oil cans over open llros baude from the debris of destroyed buildings, This in theie solo food supply and it will bo exbsufitod ID nine or ton days, Simitar conditions prevail at Annotata Bay, Orange Hay, Port Maria, Mubchioncal, Moraot Hay Bowdon and other smaljor oa polls, In tho interior the distress is equally acute, Scarcely a li.ii.iti nl lA I,,.,.,., !,, II.... I.. 1 h the planters' dwellings which 1 " .... t... : i f ...... .. i L p a m: i.uii i oi Mine, nave neen Uliruoi ed viih few OXOcpliODS. I i,,. I, ..,;, ii. l... I. ,;.... " ft! t!w. It i.'i u,t 1 1 (l l,fiv. hlnurti i ' i " away ami they are contriving rude sHelters from fallen trees, palmi! , , i ' 1 King ber down, ami cutting b ;h buiiglis and banana leaves, UW ... . , . , , , ... Wltll tho OlOU he BtrUCK her with ing to the eoptinnod unsettled wea-, , , , ., an men long or moro, Clear to t ho ther, with (iccasional lorretilal , ,, . . I bin.e. (icorge llolfarlh nnl been rail . tnesc Biicitors anord protec- tior. . Efforts are malting at, Kingston to relieve the immediate wants of some town by SUb8eriptl0WH of , , . , , loud and clothing, but the local ef. forts are inadequate. Unless im- ,. , . , .Li. I.. ..i i .i ... .. .v . lUoyiuw nil i io Lt. n uuugiutjfl como from America, death by star vation is Inevitable for many. Tho hospitals in tho wind swept region are efowded wilh the injur, ed and death list is increasing. Some quarters have not yet re ported. One man was beheaded at Port Antonio by a Hying sheet of glavanisod roofing. Many were seriously wounded by lulling house, tree and walls. Several houses on tho banks of streams j :::r:r:: "-;,-z, wore carried away by flood water, j The fnlo of their inimatcs is tin-' Nubjcvt Word, (Command knowr., but it. is fcarod that there merit.) Selected liy lave been many deaths fromtbi9 ause. The bulk of th Blue moontuiti enffeo has boon ruined ''and the I I'inonto gruve which' 'ijlnod for I onutctriov, hhvb be en ob It oral-Ud It is now thouirln that, the loss t.4 VP on the i.-lniid will reach $1 6,000. i oi. (SpriugtMd Loader Aox v ' ' '' ' . f - 4 - M. - GOOD TIME, We we,r,o invited to .attend the i)Jd Settlers Reunion Picnic at Astora oil last Sattfrda? and we Ii u priviledg Ami there was a large crowd of peoplo. usboinlded. And up till one u'cioc!; th.'v had a iiit'H t-iivc, and we trust the bnlauoe of tho day w-.i spent tU lis injoyaldo manner was epdui up to that time : nt. line o'clock we left tor homo having a long wnvs to come. Clubbed with a Club. (n last SiitiirdttJ" ttftOl IlO -i; George li.iTi ti entered the homo of Mr Raphas Hallibortons'f Witb a ('lull in In... hand And struck and clubbed Mr, Halliberton ove r the heftd and fell nun to (be floor, and I , . . . , boat iii in over the body and head i w unmoroifully mid when Mr, Halll berton's wife thought hor husband v,.r.nl.l ,v ! ,1 ,i Lin l ft 1 av. ,..i.l ,,,i ,i,, i,,ti.,.-(i. (,..!, i,,.,. ;.. V ,,.,',,, ... , , arrested, and is now under-. fntrfd until the return of Squire Muggins whd h aw ay from homo on bir i-ne.-s. After tin. triul ro whull tiva j , , , la more and clearer dotal I ol the at- I. . , . tun , as we desire to do notice by , ., .. 4l , ,.' botb parties to tho public, J LesKon For JAll-Vllle Union Sunday School For Aug. 28th. 1903 Titns 1 chapter. By Mrs. Nettie Garrett. Mrs. jUov Simons NO 23. To The Public. 1 shall commence my second canvass, 0,1 ToxasOo. with McCon ions Russion Reme'diea, tibout th (Vrst of Sepl and hall be in the n ghborhood of Fowler about the middle of the month ; All need ing goods in my line, look out for me, Yours Reapt, C, P. Kenney. 1 www lr. lnji.!.' CiHcara Cempoind Dr, c;iai k.,'s Life Balsam. i)r. i.n.J..ii';. Km).' of Pmn, Protap Nerviiinn .... Dl Duo I op's biver Pilii, Kui I .n ito Bnm, Or, b. i ijn iui's Vffttfe0infeettna Dr, Dnnlop's (.lulrk Relief, L'. s. Medicine Go's, Quinine' Pills. Worm Vermifuge, Km ilo' l-.v John Volner, Ageut asar O 1i'. el Point Ma. Tex (J , ED W A-HOO, r HE GREAT BliOOD AN I) NERTR TONIC A Positive euro for Khoumatism, Blood disorder, Ktomnch troulda I.iver and kidney comprint, Siok Kbadachej Malaria Indigestion, dyspepsia, Constipstion, Catarrh of tho stomach, Nsrvousness, Skin iiseaseH. Halt rboum -Scrofula KeuValgia. (.an be had at is Or- MCI with Guarantee.' ' ' FOR, SALB. Any ono wishing to buy any of the following named Medicine call on David Skagga who will toll to 'ou: Japeneso oil f0 eta a bottle. Dr. Swan livor and kidney cure 60 OtS, a bottle. Herberts Oolory fl. ex. Saxsa parilla 50. cm a bottle. Herbert Calory phosphate 50 eta Dr. SwADS caseara pills'25 cts. Package .Sister Teresa's tea 25 ets