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M.ID1SOX
a hove named child was born
eijc gaily i'caber
Baby's First Shm Certificate.
Brown sw to.,
ST. LOl15. S. A.
DEAR 51Ri
We hereby certify that we have this day received, ABSO
LUTELY FREE OF CHARGE, from
A
one
Bahy Show, made of Yici Kid, which are
shoes our baby
HESTER
hereby certify that I pre
sented the parents of baby
.-f I: E'^TEi: with one
pair of Hamilton, Brown Shoe
vJo.'s Baby Shoes, made of Vici
id, size tree of all charges,
a ad it is the first pair of shoes th
bahy e* er w ore.
ftl Hot
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J. P.STAUL.Propfi«toi.
T:i- Ion.' d:• i .* li"i «*rnt*t
(or uuinii.atiim ii j.i or the republi
.ftr. tick'-t ir. tii-* Fir-t -ir«'uit came to
jt*. t-nl W cdw-day ir. tin- imtuvLji of th'*
a, ii.'.Judtr** Smith on th«»
•allot.
li -fiv.-d 1 •-. of tin* voti
i:: ».-ih-Trk't except
i vti Var kt. ai.d Clay from
i h-- two vo-. Iliilon ivf"in*d
:r-t
a!
Vankto:: a:, '. Clay rountif.-.
r-'f-iu-u th'- vote* of
•i-.'-r. s:i.i*h nomination wa* made
,r.i-ii-j' .-!• i r.,**oluti«»i.* indorsing
i i i i 1 1 i- a i o n s
.ilay.-uf Cartha.:-' will M.-H: hwld
•••••ial eh-cli-t v on i-iiiny
-uf to i- r'.r La-• a f-Ji• ni:«.-iil
A. W. ('i of Ai"T !cen
ivtricti
ti.
famuu- MeC'Ielian
t-..- of Sioux FalU from th
i-iti
of tL'' -nt up. f«nn'* to the
of fa. that not o:.- of the
!'. i. who an* -ainir for
ar i. is- at al! of ti1!1' lat'*
... i i i. i ail th'-ir
r- ti." ur-ier of th'
,• .i:,* i:._r Wn., Van K|»s
4i.
.] r- a -'.v adiuin
i .i- i- rather a
p. !er hut i:- no
.iy 1,1- la", and th'-
I 'a I,J i- a |itiij
ai'tsal i'.ti-t.
.f V.'.-ii-t'-r. tho well
.it- v n-» «l«-|iairel
i- i :.pfn ii.Ur. II'
a!i with eereV»ro
•i i*" t.i- illrj'— ha~
ii,V) v.ur-f than a
j,nitration,
too el'»v,iji|)lif"ati'!' 'o lu-i
l.iiui'-r-i
aJ'ii^r
ii .?•
r/rfiiri'•
l-"i r» -I Cret^k in
-on county ar* utilizing ]irairi«
n r«» kill off the yras.-hopj»er» in
ion and for thi n-a-on will not
prairie chicken- themselves nor
i y body el-e to kill then.. They
.-t.'d notic'S jirohibitiiijr -hoot-
ehick'-n-ot. their fari/j.-i.
I oe industrial e»mnii-»ion of which
Senator Kyi" was chairniau has now,
ii i: had not before, degenerated into a
i.-rc political lobby for th* industrial
•corporations. It i- a unit for high
protei
the breeder of trusts, having
elect.•i it •hairnian of the body to fill
Senator K I vacancy. Albert Clarke,
secretary of th Hotin- Market club of
Hjstoii oi e (rf the rankest high pro
teetioi in. n of the country. The cone
ujis^ion iias reached the point of making
its final report and U holding daily
av'"fi"gs for th'- purpose of agreeing
but o much are tfie members afraid of
e.vp.-esniny conscjefitious views to one
nnother that it is very difficult to get a
conclusion for their labors formulated.
Howevr. to put a ylo— o\er all the rest
|u,™«r
Eh\LYh' P.U.MEE
pair of Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co.'s
ever wore.
Our baby was born on the h~
TflZ
Sign here name of baby in full
E!C.LY?\ l\U.MEi:._
day of
M.-IY I-'Tff
.III :v0U.
FRIDAY sKl'TEMBl-:n«*. U'01.
OFFiClfiL Win or CITt 3KB (MIT!.
11.U.U
of
the first pair of
MA I
1^01
Father
JXO. FOSTER.
Mother
ETHET. EoSTEJ
Street
Eol'RTH ST.
City M.IMS'KY
State S. I'1 A\
DOCTOR'S CERTIFICATE.- I hereby certify
that
the
1901.
J.YO. 'THEW^
All we require is that the baby is born in 1901
it is the first pair of shoes baby has had. Mwtl»«r# come
«^et an elegant pair of shoes.
M. D.
and that
THE FAIR.
and
if their work a u.ajority will rt'coin
mend that congress tak^ immediate
steps toput the irreat indutrial corpora
tion under federal control. In view of
the fact that we have a Sherman anti
trust law on our federal statute hooks
isow that is unrecognized it would be
more to the point that the commission
recommended some way by which our
federal officers can he made to execute
the law.
The prairie chicken i- not the nly
o:,i' that "s etsit in the neck" these days.
Our exchanges .-how an average of two
or three accidents to men and boys a
day from guns discharged by fool handl
ing. One of the latest instances U the
death of Irving Pritchard, a harness
maker of Orient, iirovvn county, who
caught a uun by the muzzle and pulled
it towards him out of a wagon. The
hamtuer struck against the wagon and
Pritchard \va dead in-tanter. No
doctor necesar\. A boy named Lewis,
ir year- of ag- -outh of Andovcr took a
loaded gun on to a hayrak with him
while at work, but he did not cuinehome
to supper. The rake and tic- yun tilled
him up.
Auother case of .-mall pox dfveh'pir.g
thi-w.-fk at Huron reminds the public
that germs of that disease still linger
around, and if we would escape another
epidemic of it the coming winter, quar
antine regulations ought to be rigidly
observed from thi- tine-
mi.
The Kpi-,-,'pal Co:.wut»«»n at Sioux
Falls this week wa.» attend--d by twenty
five clergymen and twenty on- lay met..
and had an int»4re.-ting ai.d -ucc ^-ful
meeting. liew K. H. Kd-nn of Mudi-o:i
wa- of the pi ltjcipal -j.-enkers.
Tin' August ounib'-r of the (.hMieial
Postal (iuide triv«-s th- new rulinyof the
postolH -e department which shuts otf
from the privih of the 1 cent a pound
new-paper rat--, thox* publication.
which are not legitimate new-papers but
advertising schemes, as follows: When
an application i- made for entry of a
publication to the second class of mail
matter, under the provi-ions of the act
satisfactory evidence that the publi
cation offered for mailing at the pound
rate has a legitimate list of sdbseribers,
approximating .10 per cent, of the rium
btr of copies regularly issued and eiru
lat.-d, by mail or otherwise, mide up not
of person- whose narnes are furtushed by
advertisers or by others interested in
the circulation of the* publication, but of
those who voluntarily seek it and pay
for it with their own money, although
this rule is not intended to interfere
with any genuine case where one person
subscribes for a definite period t»f issues
for a limited number of copies for
another.
The subscription price roust be shown
by the publication, and when it appear
from the contents, or from the intrinsic
iiiducernentsoffered in (romhination with
it, that the circulation of the publication
is not funded on its value as a news or
literary journal, and that the subscrip
tions are not made iiecause of such value
but because its offers of merchandise or
other consideration result, in effect, in
its circulation at apparently a nominal
rate, ,-ueh publication does not come
within the requirements of the law for
acceptance as second class matter,
If««r An four Kttfncya
fir.
Hobtis'H|iaratois I»i i!m r-uri»a i
pie free
Add
kidney U!s. H&m*
stcrluiK itviced-('*. CbicaM'tur N.
1 TOWN IN FLAMES
Y.
JEFFERSON, WIS., IN GREAT DAN­
GER OF
TOTAL DESTRUC­
TION BY FIRS.
LOSS IS ALREADY IMMENSE
•«v*rt Manufacturing Plant* and
Buildings Occupying Eight Blocks i'i
Ruins and the Local Firemen Are
Helpless—Aid Asked
From
rounding Towns to
Su'
Check
tht Cor
flag ration.
Jefferson. Wis.. Sej)t. 6.—Fire du
ing the noon hour destroyed the pl-'ii
of the Wisconsin Manufacturing n.
pany and is now spreading to ot u
parts of ike raar.Mfat turing dlstvu
There was a sti\ i:g wind blowir.
aci-os* the city and the fire bran I
were carried in every direction, stan
ing numerous blazes. The Prinzlow .v
Heine I Lumber company's yards w:
directly in the path ot'Vue ttames an
at 1 o'clock there seemed little chan
for them to escape. Volunteer fnv
men are making a hard fig-lit to sav.
the yards and surrounding plants, lnr.
the tlamcs are gaining headway an.
it is feared that the manufacturing
section of the city will he wiped oui
causing a tremendous loss.
At 1:30 p. m. the fire had spread to
the C. Stoppenbach packing plant an
NIBBLED AT A WEED.
St. Paul Man
Poisoned by
Chewing
the Flower.
St. Paul. Sept. •».—Daniel Doyle Is
dead from thoughtlessly nibbling a
flow» of the weed known as strom
anium.
Doyle was 18 years of age. and was
employed at the St. Paul Foundry com
pany's plant. Before leaving home
Wednesday morning he stood in the
yard. and. while talking, chewed the
flower that he had plucked from a
weed near by. He teubserpiently be
came ill and lost consciousn ess.
He was found to he under the in
fluence of a poison, siiallar in physi
ological effects to belladonna. He
lingered until p. m.. whr-ti h- 1 i d.
Coroner Miller was summoned. md
almost immediately discovMv I the
cause of death. Instances of th" .-oi
aii- common in medical annul-,.
Her Boilers Cave Out.
Montreal. Sept. G.—Thr- steamship
Hartford, employed by the I'ni"•• i
States government in the recent war
with Spain, which is now on her way
from New York to Chicago, is tied up
in Montreal. Her supply of fr .~h
water gave out in the straits of Cai -e
and she resorted to ii" use ot .-alt
water with the result tiiat her boih r»
gave out at Queb and she had to be
towed asho!". She had a crew of
.-ailcrs and passengers.
li»n't
be satisfied with temporary re­
lief fritiii indigi'HMo!}, Kodo! lHs:»"pi-ia
Cure permanently and eom?iletei\ re
moves this complaint It relie%-cs pcr
mitiifntly because it allows the tir-d
stomach perfect rest. Dieting w «t.'t
rest the Ktoniaeh. Nat'.irn receiver
p'ie.« from the fnr»d we eat. Tic
ble way to help the stomach
l\'»dol Hyppepsia Chare, which
what y»u eat and ear/t he]pbi •!..
id
Oi..» A-
$1 will
BE
paid
.V I- VFIO
produe* as good an all round life -i *r
as llncky Mountain Tea made by .V nii
s i Medicine Co. 'l~ centrf
Fi:.»XK KM !.
National G. A. R. Rates.
To tiie national i. A. It. enca»npm"tit
at Cleveland, Ohio, September l1^ to II,
round trip tickets will be sold at the
Madison depot, September 10and II. in
clusive, for &!•"».4ft, good to return K«»j
temlier l'». Kxtenshm may be made nt
Cleveland making return good until
October Is. On September 7, and i»th
the rate- will be. MMh and 11th,
remain at
In conneetion with th© above rates
tickets will lie wild, Kcptemlicr 7'to 11,
inefusive, to the I*an-American oxf/om
tion at ihiffalo on a 15 days' limit, for
I.'Jo additional for a 2*) day-' limit,
?."».7i additional on October limit,
£7.ti~» additional. lVrsc*n»* desiring fur
ther accommodations of sleeper, dining
car. etc., plea.-e make in|uiriesof-tatioti
agent as early a- possible.
Kruptiona, cuts, buns, acaldsand Horee
of all kinds quickly healed by lieW'itt'u
vViteb Ha/el Salve. Certain our.* for
pilep Ifeware of COUIiterfejtH. Ill- sure
you get tf1(. original Dc Witt'n.
COOK & Ot
mm.
What m«t people want is wuiiMhing
miidatid gentle, when in need ,f a
physic. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tabletn fill the bill to & dot. 'I iiey
are eaay to take and pleasant in effect.
I'oruale by all druggists.
and every other
we iisvs
I
i
i
a large oil tank located near the plant
of the Wisconsin Manufacturing con
pany was in danger. The Method
Episcopal church has been destroyc-i
and nearly all the houses in the dis
trict are on lire. The loss at this
writing will reach $150.«K).J.
Fire apparatus has been summoned
from Johnsons Creek and
Fort
OQN'T
Y.!1
Atkin­
son.
The Prinzlow lumber yard took fire
and a southwest wind carried the
liames over the city. The Are. how
ever. in the yard was extinguishe 1
without much loss, although it is sti.
constantly threatened. The wtaolo
city is in the path of the fire and Is ir-.
the greatest danger of being totally
destroyed. The local fire department
is working like demons but can 1
very little toward checking the flames.
Outside help is nearly here. Eight,
blocks in the northwestern portion of
the town are now burned. The city
hall caught fire but the flames were
soon extinguished.
TOBACCO SPIT
and 5 O K E
Your Lifeaway!
can t- ctitc! of any forv.i ef teh.nv u-im:
t.i-ilv. •••.a li' wi'l!, htrnii^'. n.iirncov. full ef
new "life an 1 vigor ty takinir MO'TO-BAC,
that makes weak then s-trotiR. M.cc.
ten pouiuls in ten Jays. Over S00,000
cured. AU ilni,cpit«. Cure yiiaraiiu-e,'.. r.. uk-
lrt aiul .ivU kc l-'Rl-iK. Ad.iresS STKK1,IN.»
CO., Chicago or .New Vock. 437
CANNOT ACCEPT IT.
Amalgamate* Officials Discus# Pro
posal of Steel Trust.
Pittsburg. Sept. -Hve nictnhers
of the advisory board of thf Amal
gamated .ISSOI iation went into ses
sion during the morning at Amalga- i
mated headquarters, it is said, for the
purposv of discussing the proposition
received from New York regarding a
settlement of the strike. They were
President Shaffer. Secretary Williams.
lUisinoss Manager Davis, Assistant
Secretary Tighc and Trustee John
I'ierce. The absentees were Trustees
John H. Morgan and l£lias Jenkins.
Morgan is in Miles. ().. at woiI' and
Jenkins is at Youngstown.
Trustee I'ierce, wnen seen during
the morning, said that th" officials
could not agrer to the proposition sub
mitted by the corporation. A note
was sent to President Shatter, but he
announced that he had nothing to say.
It was reported about headquarters
that a counter proposition was in
preparation, which would be referred
to the corporation, hut tiiis could not
be confirmed.
The advisory board adjourned about
1 o'clock for iunch and an hour later
resumed the conference. None of tin1
oiliciaU vvould talk except Trustee
fierce, who reiterated his previous
statement that they could not accept
the proposition made by the I'nite i
States Steel corporation, adding that
no counter preposition had been made,
and while they still insist on the terms
made, they were willing to arbitrate
the differences. The committee that
visited President Schwab, he sail,
had no authority from tne Amalga
mated association to settle the dis
putc and the strike is in the wain"
position as it was before the confer
ence.
New York. Sept. —Ralph M. Kas
ley. secretary of the National Civic
Federation Samuel Gornpers, presi
dent of the American Federation of
Laboi .loiiu Mit hdl. president of the
United Mine Workers of America
Frank P. Sargent, grand chief of the
i'.rother!wiol of Locomotive Firemen,
and Harry White, secretary of the
Ganii'-nt Workers of America, arc in
conference a
the
A.-
hi
and House.
A Ttiini
German Syrup is tlo special prescrip
tion '»f Dr. A. Hoshee. a celebrated
iermaii physician, and it acknowledged
to one of the moat fortunate difl
covcms in Medicine. It quickly
coughs, coins and lung troubles
CHICK
tlf
the
severest nature, removing, as it does,the
cause of the affection and leaving the
parts in a strong and healthy enijiiitioii.
it in not an experimental inedicine, but
has stood the test of years, giving satis
faction in every case.which it* rapidly in
creasing sale every seasoti confirms.
Two million bottles sdd annual!}.
BoKcbeeV German Fyrup was introduc
ed in he United States in IM'iS, and i
now sold in .iver\ town and village in the
civilized World. Three down will re'ievc
a»iy orrlinary cough. Price' 7*» cents.
(*et Green's Pri/e Almanac.
Mrs. 8. II. Allport. .Johnstown. Pa
save: "Our little girl almost strangled
to death with croup. The doctors said
she couldn't live but she waa insfantlv
relieved by One Minute Cough Cure.
COOK A: Oin.r..
A .matf'lfr Work
"I bad a severe attack of hilioiig c«i|ic,
got a bottle of hamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Iiiarrho« a Ucntedy. to»jk
two dones an wan entirely cure.!," sa\s
Itev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,Kan.
,-.\iy
neighbor across the street was sick for
over a week, and had two or three hot.
tics of medicine from the doctor. I|e
used them for three or four days with
out relief, then called in another doctor
who trnoted him for some days and
gave liiin no relief, so discharged him.
I
went over to H'*C him the next morn
ing, lie naid bin bowels were in a
terrible fix, that they had been running
off so long that it was almost blood
flux. asked him if be bad trio.'j
Chamberlain Colic, (JboJera and biar
rhoea ll»-medy and he naiil, "No.' I went
home and brought him my bottle and
gave him one dose told hirn to take an
other dose in fifteen or twenty minutes
if he did not find r.dief, but he took
no more and was entirely
cured.
gale by all druggiats
For
SHIRT WAI5TS.
The largest and most varied line of Shirt Waists ever seen
Madison. The array is dazzling.
I SILK GINGHAMS, MERCERIZED GINGHA^
I ORGANDIES, DIMITIES, BROCAILLES,
conceivable
lai'S and Cuffs. Also white shirt waists in profusion.
a n® tl
SO! Waisis oi
style, quaility and pattern.
THEY ARl: BAROAINS.
is glvinns thousands of women health, beautv and frttdom from
S\.V*
Rdarate Yor.r lion In Willi ('vararetc,
.:m!y »':iOi:irt ir, n,r,. ,,,|S,.f):i,i,(1| f.,r,.
10c if c. C, iil. cirut': is!, r. f»",| jaot»»y
pains which made their lives so miserable. Wan faies, ha^.ir.l ,\n
and cmaciatod forms arc the results of suffering. What suffering can a m.
pare, with the 'orturc of irregular menstruation, leucorrhi»sa and falling
the womb! Beauty flees quickly before the ravages of such disease. Tr
snarp pains of faiimg of the womb dc»ien the crow tracks in the la
Mentrual irregularities rob the eye of its f.re and the complexion oi n
transparency, l.cucorrhoea drains the body ef its strength, but Wire
Cardui restores the natural beautv, brightens the ey'. clears the complex.
rounds out the figure and hnnsji back the vigor of health. Every drugs
in this city haiuilcs $1,00 butties of Wine ot Cardui.
V r,*iir:cr «n«J ':t*r«»ur\ gixir.t "Th# K&t\mry
In'iiartnieol, Tic CtulUu '-gA jitnliciuv Ctutt«iwug», Tcun.
1tltT1tHQ||(|i ik'i00Qpop|
I PEACHES,
PEARS,
PLUMS,
TO CAN, and {now
is the time to) get
them at
C.A.KELLEV&SON
We also have new
"White Clover Hon
ey. Try it.
'itil*r1 iMMMimium
Soft
SKdaiig.
we mail! a
J. J. FITZGERALD.
Beauty is Health.
to mc
Walnut Ij»ke, Ark., June 3.5.
I thank yoti f.»r th- h'-m-nt 1 r-crm.t
your ftdvieo »n.f th« Wine C'nr.lui i .
n:y terriMe ron1ion.
My life-
ut nil
After r»r)vni({
«a-itioiu-.
Hint
1
"f
no
u"o
to
»n.
your
ml
vice
eonniu neeit
an.t
improve. The t.uin*
me.ii',-
tak' tin it unit lie-in
cnraeiii
left
win
tne atu! the '..•]
-h clime at tneoerreet tune, contittue.)*
layi.
I
have K»ineil "tfeiiifth
has increjwc'd.
ami mv w.
My
lni^hHr-1 nays tlio t:s.
1
liM nJ*d« ine better leokuiK than t-\er
lit
f.
Mrx.
I.1Z/.1K MANNi
Wominly htahh meant bright eye*.
rheek». dear complexion and elasticity of f
This is the youth unmeasured bv vear»
e
beautv of perfect womanhood. Hcautiful u,..
men are happier and get more out of lift-
•heir sisters whose faces indicate suffer rj
Vine of (.ardulmade Mrs. Mannell "hettcr I. *.
int^'' and infinitely happier because it cur«-d
of those terrible pains. But she is no rx
1
n
WINE«£ARDUI
the
it
HARD WORK
LOOKS I.IKI IT, DON I I
While I nele Sam has been
iny away at that "Tariff Ha i
we have hcen delivering
a
K'v
smashes at the fence between thi
real dainty, up-to-date tati
,|U-rJ
and the ordinary persons alhi^-'11^
for it. We think we hae tht
lineof corresjaoidence rei|uisites in the city for the least n
and are ready to prove our assertions. We will he plc':iM
show ytHi if you w ill tall.
O O K A O E E
UK
"THrotitfU th«» months
,Ut ly tiur f.al.y wmh ti«»»thi»V
1
rniitiiiiif »tT of thr |to\v«'lrt»»!''
thf Ht'.rnacli," t). I*. M.
D.
•iniiii linl *'liiM how.'l*1
fiom ti\«* to »»»t ht tiiiif^ u
)ttl-nf (!hainl»'i lainV
iti«l lliarrhoia Kt»ini*ils intii' i
uave liin, four ilropH in a
\vat aii.I ho ^ut ».#•!t« ttt "1:
all"lroj,'i»ii4tn.
•SPC8
Kodo
Dyspepsia Cui
Digests what you
It artili-'i^jly thefo'
N tiuro IN HI RELICT HTIIITIG
:T'
ftriK tnijf the exhausted
K »i:s. It Nthe iitt«*st cli^ovd"
u a n o n i K o o K
DON'T BE
1
oao apjuoacU iu ellh i1'"1-'
s
atif ly t.-lievf .Hauil txTtoai''
I'yHjM'pssa, 1 niUki'^tioii,
Fl«iluUMir\ S^iur
SICK ll#-H(ia ho, (ia-'f rai^.s*1
an ut her r»'Milr» nop' ru*«'l o
IV:.-,.50, I/tr^obirt-rool^
si.'.aiisiM.
i«crcdbvfc. UcWlT
FooLfl
T»ke tl«c genul"''
ROCKY M^UNT*
w
knps y«»» 1, i'*'
•nark cut
III »ufk. Acc«r«
-j. lute. Aalt "uW*

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