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You're going; to mart for the top of thtj hill And blazon your name to the world : -All obstacle pusaed by tho strength of your will. Your banner triumphant wnurled You'll fling to the lret'e-e that flow frara thss aky All never eiarth-talntad you say: Tla noble and grand and delightful; but why But why don't you it to-day? The rood that you think and the good that you do Are millions of long mile." anart; What Rood to the earth, If you're good and you're true ilut never outride of your heart? The generous it nils you Intend to per form Are all very lovely; but a While your toul In o high and your heart is fn warm, Why don't yen perform them to-day? The Pcnnyrile People. BY GKOiinC DINGIIAM. (Copyright. VM. by Dally Story Pub. V.) The September air was richly hcent od with pale blue smoke which drifted from the old los barns the tobacco crop was be 1 113 cured. Most of the hill fields in tho Pcnnyrile end of Kentucky have been cultivated to death, and allowed to grow up in per simmon, rassafras sprouts and wild berry vines, liut strips along the course of Pilfer creek, which twists around through this neighborhood, produce heavy tobacco and tall, grcea corn. Tony Loyd lived by himself In a dilapidated, two-story log house in a clump of walnut trec, at the back of an old field. He was a quiet, easy-going fellow when sober, but when he took on too much of "Dink's Delight" a brand of whisky made on a small scale, not far away he became hilari ously disposed, and relished trouble. It was an odd event tor Circuit court to meet at Eddyville without Tony's name on the t'ocket for fighting or rac ing on public highway, or some other breach of the peace. Hut, like other men, he had a heart and loved a girl. Her name was Lucy Holloway, who was also loved by Les Tillcy, a fellow who had come to the settlement a few months before from Tennessee. Le3 went with Lucy to a candidates' speaking one Saturday. Tony heard of this and after loading up on light ing whisky, got on hU rcan horse and broke up the speaking. A small circular bearing these de lightful tidings was tacked on gate posts and barn doors one day: There Will He. j A GRAND DARIlECri: AND KUAN j DANCE j I'lLFEIt CHEEK, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2D. Come or."! Come all! and have a good time. Lots of grub, and plenty of refreshments. No Intoxicants allowed on the grounds. This September day at last broke, and, according to old man Udum, "Everybody an' his dawg was there." Wagons and buggies came loaded down, and then they came afoot through fields and woods. Lank, egg sucking hounds, that had followed their owners, sneaked near, and with elevated noses sniffed the delicious odor coming from the pork and mut ton and beef smoking and browning over long trenrhes. The two tiddlers who had been im ported from over in the Mt. Zion country, and who in their long ride mule-back, with fiddles under their arms, had caught dust on their eye lashes and hair as well as on their backs, marched to the tiddlers' stand by the snw-du&t arena with genuine Importance. After a period of tuning their squeaking instruments, and ad justing bandana handkerchiefs be tween chin and violin, they whispered to each other and then started "Nig g r in the Woodpile." Couples of all ages and statures pranced out on the saw-dust and "swung corners." When Les Tllley came Into the ring with Lucy Holloway, onlookers glanced around and wondered if Tony Loyd was present. If he was on the ground, they feared trouble. But Tony Loyd was not to be seen. Dinner was announced, and all hand3 "lined" up "Come on, Les Tillcy!" on each side of the long tables and helped themselves. The dance soon started up again, and everybody was having a good time when a pistol shot and savage yelU accompanied by Tony Loyd came out of the woods. He stop ped his horse a few yards from the crowd and acked for Les Tllley. "Come on, Les Tllley! Come on and Jest shoot a little! You can have the first shot. Come on down here!" All eyee searched for Les, but he had suddenly left the grounds. The constable on hand, fearing trouble, had hurried away to raid a "crap gam" down In tho bushes. Tony laughed ut the sudden decampment of Lucy'a escort, and went away as boiaterauely as he came. Tho dance again started, .and with the exception of 1 a .fist fight, lasted without Inter ruption, until late. Tofty was cotiing from work at neighbor's sorgoum mill one evening wlit-n he met Lucy in the road. He took the flat-iron she carried and walk od hack with her. "Lucy, do you love me? will you marry me? Now, hold on. I know I've been acting wrong, but you partly caused It. I couldn't help it; I loved you so." 4,I wags 4tfrald you'd ask me, Tony. "No, Lucy, I won't promise." I love you. and hate to say, 'No.' but I can't marry a man who drinks and carries on like you do. If you'll prom ise not to drink any more. I'll marry you. Won't you promise?" "No, Lucy, I won't promise, for I'd hate to tell the women I lovo a lie. I don't, think 1 could stop it soon. My grandad loved licUer, my dad loved licker, and I love lickor, and I can't promise you I'll quit. Good-bye, Lucy. It's a nearer cut through here to home." One evening during the close of October, heavy clouds settled over thl3 section and a drizzling rain com menced. The old people, who had Leen watching the almr.nae, knew a rainy inson war. developing, ar.d ra-.v-inill men up and down tho creek fas tened their lo.7s. Pilfer creek rose fast, being the destination of many smaller streams. Bridges were fas tened with log-chain3, and the fatten ing hogs in peru along the banks had to be moved to the ridge. People with nothfng el.se to do hat on the banks and watched logs, fences, bridges, and occasionally a dead animal, pass down in the swift yellow current. By eight o'clock that night the back-water was where it had not been for several years, and was stlll rising. Along to wards midnight, above th roar of the murky creek, came the cry: "Come and get us!" Tony Loyd, who lay awake, heard the cry, and was soon standing with his lantern on a hill, waiting for tho second try, which soon came. Tate Olive's family in the bottom, near the creek, had been driven to the loft of their house. Tony paddled tho fam ily ashore in hhs ,kiff, and then went down the strip of water and around a bend. Dink Joiner went to Tony's house the next, day to see about some fence rails, !u:t the house was deserted. That evening he inquired around the neighborhood, but Tony had not been f.een since he rescued Olive's family on the night befcrc. Neihoors oegan to' inquire, and at last a search was ad vised, which followed, and was thor ough, hut availed nothing towards finding Tony Loyd. Days passed, and he wa. not heard from, and parties went away down tne creek In search of his body, for it was very probable that ho had been drowned. Every pile of drift wood was investigated and the banks and thickets closely watched, but the body could not be found. As persistent search and inquiry brought to light nothing, he was given up a.s lost drowned and, washed away. His home, which had always borne a lone some look, because no one occupied it but quiet, peculiar Tony Loyd. now stood with a mysterious, lonesome air. The doors were fastened with chains and padlocks, and the windows nailed down, Lucy was not the same girl now. She went to none of the social settle ment gatherings, and often stood on the back porch looking sadly at the old house and out towards the creek. Pil fer creek winds around, and finally empties into Cumberland river. Sev eral weeks later, the half-wasted body of a man wis found on a sand-bar a few mile down the Cumberland. Bad ly decomposed, It was buried at once, without being recognized, in a little graveyard at a nearby church. Lucy went there, and on that new grave tenderly strewed wild roses and plant ed on it fragrant honey-.suckle. Two years and more have gone since the above story was written. The church women In n small Arkansas village are bustling around decorating the village church, and preparing a reception for their pastor, who will re turn from another state with a bride, on the evening train. The pastor, 1 will add, is Rev. Tony Ioyd. who came Into that village a year or two ago. Lucy la his bride. Not Entirely Worthless. "I see that 130,000 In counterfeit railway tickets was recently found In the possession of some St. Louis ticket brokers." "They ought to be good for passage one way to the nearest state' ! prison." Cleveland Tlaln Dealer. ar"A -7 -a) J ait 1 WfH &r I UflUR 691 IS Look This Svnopsis Over Carefully Ocfore Shooting. SHOOT AND FISH IN SEASON. 8porUme MTIm Knjoy Hunting and Find ing Mill rial tU l oll tw ins (synopsis r tho !. Worth 'rrul Study that no MlataJs Im Made. Thls itt the first of (Mnlier. and many qu.'stloiiR have been asked reeoiitly ns to what kind of gniiie can Le killed now that it is HioujJtt best in glvi n eninplete synopsis of the game- and lish laws. 4i eonipiled by !r;int M. Muve. stale game :itil fish warden. if Portland, .Mich., eoin p'h-d tinder ehitc of September wh'c'i Is ccriainly the latest 0MieJ.1l elelai'.i tion. The synopsis follows, and I' would lie well for quirtiijHi t this out and keep il handy for if- lT01!t: (nmi Autnirlo. I )! Open season November S t .". inclusive, in eneh vear. xt-iif ell the Island of Hois Plane, 11 ml the counties of I'itteer. Huron. Monroe. Sanilac, Tuscola, Macomb, Allegan. Ottawa and St. Clair, where deer can not be hunted until P.mm;. No person m kill more than three deer in any one year. No lieison can hunt drer without first prmuring a hunter's li cense. Resident license, t.V; non-resident license. $2.". I'se of do"s in buut- ng. pursuing or killing deer, and the killing of any fawn in the spotted coat or any deer in the red coat is prohibit ed. The use of any artificial liirlit in hunting, pursuing er killing deer is un lawful. No deer or portion of a deer van be lawfully shinned without a license tug neeoiniianios same. Moose, elk and earrilxm arc protc f c 1 until Fox, black and gray squirrel Open season Oetolier to November ."'. both inclusive. It is unlawful to pur sue, injure, eapture or kill anv u,'i squirrels at any time in any public or private park. l'ur Hon r 1 11 u: .ulmuli. Beaver are protected untM V.km!. Otter, Usher and innrtln Open sea son November l." to May 1. Mink, ineoon. skunk and musknits Must ix,t K taken during the months of September ai'd Octal cr. Wolf, lynx r.n 1 wild cats Bounty of $1." on old wolf. 7 on wolf wiiclii under three months old, on lynx. 0:1 wild eats. (time IIIrl. Partridge, quail, spruce lien and woodcock Open season, lower penin sula, October i to November "o. both inclusive; upper peninsula, partridge may be killed from October l to No bem Iter ".. both inclusive. Prairie chickens, mongolian and I'lm lish pheasants, wild turkey and will pigeon Not to be killed tint II l'.HO. Antwerp or homing pigeon and mourning doves -It is unlawful to cap ture or destroy by any means what ever any nntwerp or homing pigeon or mourning dove at any time. Dinks and geese and all wild water fowl Open season October 1 to No vember .'50, both Inclusive, from one half hour be fort sunrise to one hour after sunset in each day. Jack siiIm blue bill, canvas back, widgeon, pi 11 tail, whistler, spoon bill, butter ball and saw bill ducks may be killed from March 'J to April 10 in each year. Tho use tif any lloatiug device or con trivance propelled by. or using as mo tive power, steam, tras, naphtha, oil. swdiuo or electricity, or t!io u o any swivel or punt gun, battery, sink boat or similar device, save only a gun of not greater size than ten calibre, such L'un to be held in the hands at time of firing, in hunting for or killing any w!hl water fowl. Is unlawful. Sonic nml I iiet Ivcroiin Hint. No song or iusecti verous bird, ex cepting black birds. English sparrows or crows, inn be killed or captured at any time. TrnlnltiK Dok. Dogs must not be practiced or train ed upon any game bird or animal dur ing their respective close season, pro vided that any person without Un arms in his possession may practice or train dogs upon iramo birds for fifteen days next pi feeding the opening of the season in each year. rifthe. Speckled trout, grayling, landhx ked salmon. California trout, tit nan brown trout Open season May 1 lo September 1 (excepting Maple river, in Emmet county, which is from Mav 1 to August li; only to be taken with hook and line, and it is unlawful to have in possession any of these Kinds of fish less than six inches In length. It Is unlawful lo take from the waters of tin AuSaMo river or any of its tributailcs any brook trout. spcckK'd trout, rainbow trout or California trout of less size than eight inches in length, or for any person to take from said waters more than fifty fish of the kinds above named in any one day. or to take with him t herefrom r to have in his possession at any point away therefrom more than lilly lisli of said kinds at any one time. Black bass-May be taken with hook and line only, from May l'o to April 1 following thereafter; must not be sold during the close season. TriiutiMirrsii ti. C.uine animals and game birdsAll game animals or game bird-i trans ported' under cover must be plainly marked 011 the outside of the pa kag with the name of Ihe consignor and consignee, the initial point of billing and the desi ination. together with an Itemized statement of the contents of such package. Protected game and fish Must not be transported beyond the iMtiindaries of this stat' at any time. No fishes taken from the waters of Branch and St. Joseph counties can be transport ed bo.toiid the lwundariei of this state r.t "iy season of the year. Sn'r of I'rotfflcil linine. , Came animals and game birds The sale of any game animal or game bird protected Im Ihe laws of this state 1 unlawful at r.ny time. A IMtlrtMe t:uilliiT. A. M. Miller, formerly cty clerk, who left Sandusky, o last Ft bruary, being alleged to have made away with nearly $lno.tHiu of the t Ity'n fund has Nen located nt Havana, Cub.1, m 1 Chief or Police Wlngates and City Solicitor Hart have gone after Mm. A telegram was received from Havana faying Miller was there and asking what would be paid for his surrender A reward t f S'ahi was voted by the council and a reply was received that Miller would be turned over for that amount. A Cuban who made the deal mjis Miller U poor, friendless and in a p'tinhlc comlltl m. The !:' r Wiir. The London Standard says: The I'.oers are fighting with a deteriuina tioii and a contempt tor their own lives Mich as were sel ioni shown l-i Ihe early period of the war. Their plan is to keep Kitchener's army busy In the north and to give the 'roving commandoes of Cape Colony an on lortunity to raise the ('apt' Dutch agairrf Britain. h Is believed that the government at laM recogni.i s the necessity of meeting the renewed Boer activity. Preparations are being made to re place Kitchener's exhausted men by fresh drafts. An order has been N seed rendering it Impossible lo obtain d'sehargo by pun base from any of the army reserves, sections of which are being prepared for mobilization. Mtit I.rnvf I 'run The Jesuits have published a long address on the eve of their departure from France. They explain that they cannot submit to the law of associa tions and apply for authorization un der It. as by so doing they would have lo admit of the existence of a power higher than the church. The law was specially aimed at the Jesu its and Passiouists. It is semi-ollieiaj-!y stated that communities not apply ing for authorization under the law and not dispersing, will be prosecuted immediately. Charles Ilinson. cob red, of Big I tap. ids, waived examination on the charge of criminal assault, and was remanded Jo j. :i in default of $.",o:: bail. The Detroit Free Press' show print ing ! l int, one of the lust In the coun try was damaged by tire Saturday t i.gil lo Ihe exit lit of about S10.IMM. " unii;MK.Ts iv in:Tii;ir. wKia; K.Mnxi, ucr. -,'. Avr.M K 1 i;KATitK--ViM.1'vllle Prions; art t linon. III. !.". k ;h; cvcniiif.', in. -jii, t.; res-rv. .Vic. Lycki-m Tiu.athj put MforTnt HuiTul- WM sukI Siit. !at. '.,: evenings. l. 1 ., ) um ;.k? 'ViUTSKV(;i:Ni--Jium:in Sjitilcr"- Matirc" l. 15 via'. c venae's. l, un- ua 1 :ijc. 1 111: m it Kins. flurinr.itl. - "altl - Demand lUht. .itayy steer-, chtdtv to xtra. 2.V-I& tr,, lminlnal: fair to t,-od. $ICV((:, K; xn. I i"il butt liM.s, holc to extra. ?! it K- 5 ; fair to tfiiod. $:5ru4iV); heifers. fcot,l to chnloc, ?: r.Ofi 4 10; tomniun to lair. 12 z:n:i r: cows. ko.h to choice, t 4'H; lair to Kood. : :'V,(:: r; caMm r. Jl .Vk;j'J scalawag. $l?ilMt; torkfrr .'-. 3 K; tops. $:i!U(M. I Iop S ecU butchers and leavy shippers. Pi fcO'tj V; f,'o( packers ami bote rer., $; ti.V'G "."; mixed packers, U LTnfi t'a; pUikk ami bavy fat iovc. $ j."i'irti la; few loncv. LVnt'. LV; lirbt shlpptr. $ IMiK C.V. pig.-, !!' lbs. and li ks, $ Wit. Sheep Kxtra. 3 WiZ l."; KO'if j to choice. t2 4;i; cotn- tMcn V fair, $1 I'5'i2 L'a; lambs, . xtra. Si ;' i:i t:oo.i to choice, wry I ..a; common to fair. 12 23 2.'.. Detroit. t'attb (Joo.l to choice butch ej steers. l (lirii..; Wuht to KOod, $J 75'', 4 rU; Mk lit to ro.xl butcher Fleers ami heifers. -I " -4 4'; mixed butchers and fat cows. J2 T.VW'J t!!t; c:tnntr.4 ami common thin butchers. $1 Hr,iZ C). Hoi;---Mixed and butchers, Jti 40't i;,; bulk Kales at M 40'd J 4.'.; piss an 1 liiviit Vorlc ra. JH'i5 :;:.; taKS. 1-:! off; roughs. JC 4"'i t Sheep Bent lambs. SI 4 .; lip tit to jrood and ;ood mixed bus, M'.a'al J.; fair to Kood rolxed a:i,l butchr sheep, J2 f"'a .'0; culls ami common, J) ."(''2 4i. Chicago. t'attle (5o.l to nrime steers, i 1. "''; ti'i; poor to medium, lri'w. stoc kers and ptdets. ?2'.'4: cows. Jl 2" 'n ft); heife rs. $2''i 1 ",'r, canto is. $1 i.Vi2 2"; bulls. $1 7."'i4 k; calve s. IX Titnn'l 1: Texas Meets. X?io la; we:;t. rn ftecrs, $: 7?i7, 2. lb s-Mixe-d und butcne-rs. J 2,Vni e',.'; rood to choice heavy, t: tiKii; x;; rough i'.-avy, J(. lifitl jo; litrht. $'. 4"'U 0; liulk oT Jiiles, $'.! iOdfi t;o. Sheeti- Jo. d to chek-e wethers, t.1 "(Krj.l T."; fair 10 ehoi.-c mixed. ;;i:i 3D; wesiern slu-e ;, $2 r''i3 U); native lambs. $2 V'tiji Tj; western lambs. ?t 4" 4 t. Buffalo. Cattle titferlnK buht ; s-teady; Ncals, J7 T.V'iiS. Hoks .Mive-d packers. J5 7. 'id !; choke heavy. JT'i H; grassers. iikht 10 Kood. $0 2.".'!;t; ); pis. roo1 to h'jiic, ?;'; lo; rouuh, common to good, 2.1. Sheep and la nibs-1 'hoire to fancy native lambs. p,-. 2i; do fair to od. $4 K"'(.i id; culls, common to ijood. '! 2T.i4 23; native sheeji. choice handy we thers, SV'it; culls and common. $1 7" j 'i I ittsburg. Cattle Clndf. VSil; l-tlirie, $." .Wn.". "i: Btiod, $5 bKr.". .1.".: ltd). l To'd.'.; fair. Z t :',:; heifers. ?2 (M',4 2r: oxen, JiWil; fat cows, $1 :'ti; bulls and Mags. $2' 4: iiiinmoii cows to fresh. :;:; noo.l fresh cows. $:J.Vi.7. 1 Iirs Prime hfaW, Sfi'.O'l"; be-Ft mediums. $'i K.'.1t) S7 1 j : beav'v Yorkers, S 7.V.i ht; light Yorker. 'i otQiC, 70; plus. :,'.t6 2; fkips. $4 'ri :.'.; rcoiichs, J.Vafi r0; prassers. 2Vat f't; She,-,, Best wethei8. $.1 nr. i; good. 1! iitfi.l 7'V. mixed. S3f4 2."; clled and cem ni n ?1 2.'.'o2 25; vcurlinuJ. 12 .ViH; srlni? k.mby, $:!' 1 Sr. (irnln, lite. Cincinnati. Wheat-Dellla. id liKht. lilti HtTlvli.ff. No. 2 winter red sold at 7:Pf on Hack. Corn Twee ears No. 2 mixed sold at .'iH'c.e, on track. No. 2 white is held at iu'Vf iind No. 2 vtllow at Hi-. Oats On ear No. 2 white sold at I V. car No. 2 mixed at :::'. ami one e-ar No. mixed at ::se on track, and two ar? No. 2 mixed at :.7V , , , . Iletroit The IT Is b lieh iloCXh coin in the wheat maikct of late to be worth telllntt about. The cash and export ie in.md arc small. No. 1 white. ,lc; No. 2 red 1 c;r at 7o';c, closinn nominal at 'ii'c; No. :', reel. fA'e; mixed winter e'-c; bvsi'.tnpl'. 1 car at r.-.. 1 e it at ;V I"" itii. Corn-Steady, mixed urude we r. loadable at :i7-c; saleje of 1 ar No. :. vellow. its N. 2 white. :'M- 1)1.1; V. d.. 1 cer at as'.ic 2 car:c at ::s?; by sample. 1 car at :'.7V per bo. . t'hicago. Wheat No. " -prin. .; No. I red. i'.r;''4c. Corn No. 2. r..i l-4'i-.iC. tialK -No 2. : l-2-; No. 2 white, ".7 1-2- No. 1 white. ;:7'i."m. . New York . Wheat-No. 2 red. 74 .-V r. o. b. alloat; No. 2 l l. 7'. 7-V elevator: N" 1 northern Inituth. 71 i-Hc- f. o. b. atbat, Xe.. 1 hard lmlnth. 7! !-Sc f. o. b. atloat. c,,,,n..o 2 ii2 1-lc elevator and e.2 !- 1. o. b. .,rl,):it. Oats-No. 2 white. 40 l-2c; on t'f.ns dull and barelv steady. Wool-New York. Michlifan an. I N l. 01 vin. etc.. line. 2rt''f2lo: medium. 2I--; epi.irter b!iMil. 21 ii 1m". conimo'i, 2"Ko21c. Why lt rom'. The real purpose .-f Iho cMiaor.l', nirv visit at IhN lime lo the Ftiited Maies e.f Maliilis Ilo. the I Jl.ldslone. o' Japan. Is revealed. M' conies lor Bio purpose, of st rengt bi'tiing .lapan's political and tinant lal standing in F.n,' l.i ml and the Fnited Stales and lo eu deaor if jhissil !e to lay the founda tion for a triple alliance on business .'lid political lines between .l.M'.in. Ihe I'niled States and Fngland. It Is no sec ret I hat the tdiject of such an alli ance is to offset tlie aggression of the liushlan and French alliance in the td'ietlt. WRENCHED FOOT AND ANKLC. Cared by St. Jrob' Oil. Gentlemen: A short time nr.o I severely wrenched my foot and ankl. The Injury 'vawcr .drfnl. Y juevt4"'.iit Inconvenience (being obliged to l;ctp to business), was very trying. A friend recommended St. Jacob's Oil, and 1 take creat pleasure in informing you that one application was sufficient to effect a complete euro. To a busy man, no simple nnd effective u remedy is invaluable, and I shall loe no opportunity of suggesting the use of St. Jacob's Oil. Yours truly, Henry J. Dolra. Manager the Cycles Co.. London, England. St. Jacob's Oil is nafe and sure and never-failing. Conquers pain. Tumble iinj;t aa Barometer. Country folk are firmly of th opi.i lon thet the tumble bug (geotryp stf rcorari;::-:) is an excellent barome ter n-'.d that it takca night only when a nearoa of fair weather is coming. M. Fab re, a French nr.turr.lhd, has In vt,rtigatec,. the question thoroughly and hna come to the conclusion that this insect la, In fact, more, scmk.ve t!:an the best barometers, and that it can veritably be used to predict fine weath t. It la to chr.nges of electric ten ?Icn that the lnccct la ccr.sitlvp. Ieath levels down, but love levels up. Good for Bad TeetK Not Bad for Good Teetht Sozodont - - - iozodont Tooth Powder Largo Liquid and Powder All stores or by mad for the price. Sample mn(c m gash a zzy tx-sides jrlvin thorn iv i-omtxdsMon. MonAVomen. Uoyn una t.insiiairc inc cnwice 01 a im-wim McKINLEV MEMORIAL PICTURES ON CREDIT. Srn.l vour name and au.lrcss. write us lorn-fin to sell them unci retcrn us U10 "l?'?,e,I,r commlHslon. nnd we will kod.I you thf pic tures fr.-e. ull charpes rrcild. Ut 'N" 1.000; 2nd PKIZC. $500; 3rd PRIZE. $250. "J,'"1"..' pictures. Write to-da. It may mean $1,000 to you. HOUSEHOLD GUEST CO., Oept B. CHICAGO. ILL. ."Mjnte-ry In lturnl g Ship. Duluth navigators ere puzzled. At 0 o'clock a. m. Monday John Itobers. a policeman, saw what he claims wjs a Utgp bteatner burninj on the lake. The vessel was about three mile from Khore, he says, and finally burned to the water's edge and disappeared. Ilo berg was at his home at the time and the members of his family and another family living in the same house elalm to have seen the spectacle. So far as learned they are th enly people In Duluth or Superior who did see it, but they are absolutely positive. l.aelle-H ka Wear Sheen One size smaller after tisin Allen's Foot-Iase, a powder. It makes tipht or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, iching feet, inprrowing1 nails, eorns and bunions. All druggists and shoe stores, 'XZc. Trial package l'KKK by mail. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, X. Y. t'nlqne of Broqu I'earl. One of the most unique ways In which the baroque pearl has been used Ji In .1 stick pin. The design Is the nead of a Moor, a black face with, above it, the big bulging white cap which Is found by the pearl. It Is charming. Agents and solicitors should not fail to read adv. of Household Ouest Co., in this paper. Their offer is very liberal. The inventor of pins did more for the world than the builder of the pyr amids. $3.00 PEK DAY AND EXPENSES To man with rir to introduce our stock and poultry foeKls. Advancement when ability iw shown. Addrex. with stump, for purtM-ulars, Hoyder Fond Company, if Monou Ulock.. L'hi'fuxo. 111. All the world ' a tuio-and mont of th oc fupunt are Mipers who play thinkius? part. Ttrooklvn. N. Y.. Sept. Cth.nAUFIKI.D UKADAtMIK l'DWDKIW HAVK tlAlN KI) T) IK Hlt'.HT Ol' WAV! The-y ar the klnel people want wimple, harmless ami ALWAYS onVe-tiv. Th tiartlHei Tea Co. of tills city will send sample powders upon request. If you really mean well, as an evidence of faith ycu should most assuredly d i welL CA fellow who veart alasscs doesn't always make a spectacle of himself. 1USH HLKACIIINO IlfXE should le in every home. Ask your grocer for It and take no substitute. 10c a package. Murmur at nothing: If our ills le reparable, it is foollh; if reme-dylcss. It is In vain. UK MKN. 7.ookl.oe. tne grcit Invtirorator, arta nt enoe. Sent for tit pimiage paid. AJJrcM Zevikl t:o., 1UM Ininll St., In-trwit, Mli h. Don't marry a girl who 1-.n l industrious if you have no other means of support. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Noothinr Syrup. for rhllilfrt tilrtir. ioftn th K-'Une. rwl'i" In flmmliii. ha aln. riir win ! t.i,v Im'tlr. Obscurity on earth will not keep from bccomlnii famous in heaven. anybody I am sure Pico's Cure for Consumption saved my life three- years 1170. Mr. Thm. KoiutiNs. Maple Street. Norwic h. N. Y.. 1'ete. 1;. iNii. Don't think because a Jude h iniall that h Kn't a fine-Imposing man. TIIINK IT OVER If you've taken our ad vice your house is painted! with Devoe ready paint. If not vre'Il have a few words with ycuabcutit next spring. Theadvkrcraay seem better.' then; the paint will be just aw good; couldn't lc better; no body can make letter. Advice: AVhcn you paintV use Dcvoe for results. t',. t It uf jruut err. luoL on ja;ntin- f rr If rein mrntiem Ihi jr (JOOD-PAINT IKVOK. CHICAGO. Hot Weathor Health. Dming the bealed term of .Inly ami August onesluMibl be careful tokeepnll' tho organs ejf tlc sybtern iu frie work ing eonditionw I'.axter'x MjkrKlmkc Hitters taken 1j. fore ineah- itrill vurd oif diseu-HM intri denfc to tiiis trjiu feas-n. LIFE OF m HTOLEY?;?.tIKKSS lnenl mrn. Lirro. fol'jr i:iof raiM. hxir u-rrrtei. l're-itflii p!t. t re.tti Mill tir 'or quick work. Outfit rmuj 1 FUK. .'nU 10 tfun fr jmIuv l ZIGLCH CO., 224 Oearborn Ct.,CUicaoo W fl quck relief and mre wurnt lUnjk of tew l- ad 1 DAVH trnatmeAi 25c c - 75c. for the postage, 3c Wn nur this Bmnunt In Cash Prize to our solicitor A TtMln at Tmtaot cf Dr. O. Fhrtii Hrswn'a CRM Kme.lv fnT Tit. FiiIIcimv nti all Nrw-roM IXxJivs. Adf rrVSAVE FUEL. HEAT ADDITIONAL ROOMS by aiUKhine BUKTOiYS ItiEl tCONOMmt m yotif sv ppe. Sf oeer-lhitj fuel. Pritr. $4.50. Voul W)rf well ieifply )ou. el not. kVi diievl lioni . W. J. BURTON A. CO. 320 CASE STREET. DETROIT, MICH. Hull ..?"ui?.; w 1 1' or l tre Tlian J uar ter of ft Ce n t a rr Tho reputation of W. I. Douglas $3.00 and $3.50 Bhocn for ntyle, comfort and wear haa excelled ad I other makes sold at these price. This exoellent reputation ban been won by merit alone. W. 1. Douelia shoes have to r1to better aatiaf action than other S3.0O and $3.50 ahocn because hire reputation for the best $3.00 and shoes must be maintained. The standard has always been placed so high that tho wearer receives more ralue for his money in tho W. Ij. Douclas (3.00 and $30 shoes than he can eet elae where. W. Iu Douglas aells more $3.00 and $3Q shoes than any other two manufacturers. W. L Dottqlai f.OQ Gttt Edgi Lin cannot be eqalle mt ng price. W. L Dotralmm 9.4X9 mnd $3.&0 100a mrm anaxto at thm mmntm hlpt tjrmdm Immthmem ttwmd lit SB mnd 43 hom mnd1 mrm )tn mm ommd. tkld by the best aboe dealers everywhere. Insist upon havlx W l Iua;la lioe with name and prion staanMHl on bottom. low to Orrer Ur Mavll If W. U IVatgla aboa are not okt ta ymr town, aeiwl oeslrr dimct to tr tor. 81iee n uiwlm on rwtpt of rrtoo wt mslorn arrmrtntvrtt will nutt y fxvlrUist wtu eqiuti s& atxl M rmm torn maoa aroees iti i yin, r mm fontashewnoei ntoelel ; tul If rtesrsl J laiMtwMtiV iRiiT worn: ma r Catf tr. X, 1 E aaooalaa, Mrocfctocw 9ft W.N.U. DETROIT NO. 41--100V Vhcn Aeswcfinf Adrrtlseineflts Ri11jr Ncitiot Tki$ Taper. 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