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THE SALEM CAPI"A1 JOTONAL. SALEM, OREGON, ntlTUT
MAY 28, 11 M mi . luaun rmm "vmmbkbbh nini n . ,- . : Moore's Saturday Afternoon SPEC $2.50 Heavy 10 -inch Aluminum Spider, on Sale Tomorrow qq Afternoon Only . . . ,VVC Hero is the special for after 1 o'clock tomorrow. A high-quuity ten inch Aluminum Spider, fitted .with black wooden handle, with end hang ing ring. Handle is securely riveted to frame, which measures 2 Va inches deep and is lipped on both sidcB, of Splendid quality aluminum, silver finish. A spider that would cost $2.50 in the ordinary way, to sell at this most unusual price. No phone order accepted. Only a limited number to sell, Come early tomorrow afternoon. They won't lost long. Tomorrow Afternoon Only t STATE NEWS ; . Corvnlils Gazette-Times: . f), Horn- ;jng, for the past 50 years a grocer at Children Are Entitled to Pro-!vrr!"-nva',t,"r ""nTrea" . IV t I delight in showing to his customers a. leCtlOn IS KeVflOie OI I 'irtul. discovered yesterday on a II ft I ,,u,lt,, of bananas. Miss Irene .Morgan HUffe LOnVentlOn ! nas outI'S bananas from the stalk for SEDGWICK POST NO. 10 ADDRESSES THE SCHOOLS (Continued from Page One.) j an Francisco, May 28 That the chil ren of the United States nr.. emi.l..,l States of America. It was supremely foolish, as wall as wicked, and a bitter insult to his country- lionrir; and the ., 1. .1... .i: . .. i eou r I -lllllrt 111 1 t nil lr. hi,.. ...1 I . iii-iyim-i iicu om-uiM-uvrreu ine ven-1 i . , 1 ".ni.i omous creature and called her eniidov . l;"""'11' w,sn le granted. He tlm in,. . siaiK two or turec ...v .."..iiiwia Ul 111C nuiinn saouui no , l,im lss :.,.- forced to im sod, i,in i.i :.... ! 8lt lum 111,0 a Kln Pitcher. immediate amelioration to the suffer-1 'Uinnv ilenioernt- n,,,, run . ing and draw backs which attend child ' 1 ,l"eV w" o w li I hi', in- , T' J nf ,hi v ' . V,r,k' C'",,r-! '"Henced in his stock busine s xl a it " t Labor com-, lurJ timM on Uis ,..,, of hP o 7. .1 "I'enJ1,1U' ,,n,t ?,'ssi"". -'-1 stock he has sheep ,! hog . . I of the eleventh annual convention uf rouml sto,k bl1sim,ss 0 1 , 1 that or6an,tion at a g.gant.c mass ! is H.,lrthv of llnte. Mr. j, meeting at he Musical concourse of m ril,;woU he,.p. whi,h ' v,"agc the 'anama- 'ac, he exposition. over , .)H.lmtg J woo, ," urguni:,i i.uhor s Oriot Against i ,i, ,,,'. ,;,,,, I,.!,,,,:,,,, ,,: by Paul Miarroiiberg of ' :t h,,IMi iIr. .rter's ninttn i. ',.1 Child Labor, San Francisco, secretary of the Mate federation and an address on the "Sacrifice of Childhood" by Kdwin Murkhnm, the poet, marked the open ing of today's program. With thousands in attendance, the convention, which will remain in ses sion three dnvs, was welcomed to Sun Francisco this afternoon by President I i. . L. .Moore one: "1 rinse what 1 teed, und feed what I raise." Nothing semi-arid a Imut llurnoy county, iicording to the Bums News, which h.v;.: " We've been having some rain and then more ruin with eool eal her until it begins to look like we lire iii ii r tn lie ' vvehfnnl ' i nut ..c C. Jloore of the exposition tiiul'.i,,. ,,,:,,,, Mayor Kolph of San Francisco. Nearly L a dozen I'nitcd States senators and r ... n 4. T. ,, congressmen will attend all sessions, I J "rvulha Onwtte-Tiines: T here is no and a large delegation of the con. ', , ' nl'"ni""k ' ", ''"'O; gressionafparty, "which has just re- tlZJl ' .iwtMV.& eye? turned from llonolulu, was in attend ance for the opening session. Dr. Adler snid today that he believed the present convention will accomplish a great" many things for which it has worked j for years. I An open discussion of the case j against child labor aroused such an i amount of enthusiasm thut many of the delegates declared, todny that some im portant personages who attended the meeting out ot curiosity eun now he counted on to aid in the fight for op pressed children. The first business session of the con vention will be held tomorrow morning ut the auditorium of the Kmmuuiii'l school, Addressed on child labor condi tions will be delivered Sunday from the ami this week the copy reaching tiie O. T. office bears butter stains and has the odor of butter. Aw! I'heese it! Med ford Mail Tribune: Wanderers with rings to sell swept down upon the city Saturday afternoon, and pestered citizens with their importunities to buy, until the police ordered them out of town. Another detachment moved in to the eitf- this morning nnd were sent on their way. Baker county gold bricks, the pure stuff, the Baker Democrat says, are making mining circles take notice. One enmn alone producing about fino' per mouth and others that much amr pulpits of the various churches of Sun ' it is declared, is proof that the mining I Francisco, the convention furnishing . the speakers, j Legislation regulating messenger service will be advocated by I., V. .... - , ., Hine, ihotoi;raiilier and special investi- At the far uwav end the rails. . ' '. . ,,h, ' . , i,., , llllll 1UI IHV II, 111 V 111, I ,11,1,1 in.,", vw... truck. ill tinmn tt ..miin tnm'tlmr hut .In m.t i OPEN FORUM really, and we are deceived. How do , "" f m , w.rvi,,, T TW' I' Kl;""7n' ,hl' ,be r'"lN in the groat cities are merely training ,lo not come together? By these very ! s,,lloolshfor ,.rillll. mlilt uim. t(,(Ii,v. ChrlBtian Science. I TT ym "V 1 ''" T' Y," i lm"k' i'lvcstigation of suH, pc, V , . . w k "P or down the track and see the u , f , , , llr, EJitor Capital Journal: In your is-, rails are eiiii-distant all along. Al- anht tl) ,ruffil. ; wh , stuvei-v and eiic ot May 22, Mr. F. Elmore Hobiuson i tnough you have been tooleit at oik , nnr,.u(jc rtrugs. The present, day con . .iim-u u..r enin ov- i -. . ilrnn nf r,. ,,i . ' ' i er. -Mr. Honiing eiinsed Mr. llaraiitula 1 ..-...., , i war, nnu nev- oren ot the tinted States are entitled i .i ..i j ..... r-"'"'""i"" ,or again was allowed to hoar r r.i in,, ,,.i .i... i " ' "i " mm ii uie nannnn .. r.i ,,.,., -,......,.., . hrec times and finally up-! " , V" , ' " 1 l"m' wver, ! Xi :, ' ,Ml h'wiumib nut iiiiij or tho I mon. flic whole of Europe, with its seorel or more ot governments, has a terri-!S3 lory less than ours. You could .liinm M every one uf tlms,. eountries into ourlj crrmiry ami Have a great deal toK spare. Suppose we try to ,livi,,. ounW oiniir into ns in n n v iiirisdictions ns there are in Kiinine.' tliere wonl.l in. Jew natural linumlarios, and most of ine lines woulil lie as arbitrary as a line run by a surveyor to separate twn quarter sections from each other. This woulil be bad onougli; but there would be something still worse. The coal, the iron, the lead, the copper, the silver, the (.old, are scattered over our territory. The smith can produce cotton tor the world, and the Pacific eoast has Units for tho millions. Sa part of our country has nil the material resources needed for the comfortable life of its people. As parts of tlie wiuie nation. me various sections can trade with each other to the profit and advantage ot all. Our Interstate commerce is u Kiciii aim very important matter. So few are the natural boundaries, any one can see that this country should be occupied by n single peoplo--II pcuple with common interests, who can wotk together to the advantage of all. As there is a great variety in (he product nf the different unites, we must exj-hnnge with each other. The 'nuts of Oregon and California cannot '"' ""'d at I H great ,,.i ,, , scot away for market. Hut suppose we lave the land for a nation, and have people tu live on it. nnu use it, tiiero is so thing of still giearor importance to be considered Knch and every mm of ilm i,.,,,i,u ;.. volved is a human being;; and each mini so n.ir lieclaiutiou of Independence declares is endowed with certain "rights" that are inalienable.' flights that no iither person or power can justly destroy or diuiini-di, except when nnd whore the linhu f oil,,,.. I have been intcriered Willi, or 1 ho gen 'criil good is involved. JOIN TIIE COMMERCIAL CLUE' DON'T OVERLOOK THE GREAT Clothing and Furnishing Sale at BRICK BROTHERS The House That Guarantees Every Purchase THE CORNER STORE STATE AND LIBERTY STS. 1 H W o tr M JOIN THE COMMERCIAL CLUt oi ouoqa jtiiMammoa '8 iQl laaavw iNaotNajaam )Uu n oijiuu jj uop o.tt ii tiiiio oniopl oj nnu oltt -jio '8nno9 ''isuoj qijAi no. joj omim ot) op 9 mloipi U,i. 'mloi0 uoiliuu 'sdoip) 5(jod sdoipi quiii )soq 0!!l lloi nul .u jjo puu ozh jo imoui.i) .(uu no joj BdOUO 3111 JOIIO 3AI industry tliere is the real thing. Snlesilny s si ess at Albany is thus I 1 roperty rights are of gn at import- certified by the Democrat: " These 1 "lice. Kvery person has a right to use sulcsday events have been splendidly his property as he thinks best, provided, managed so far, in a marked mnnne'r : "f cimse, that he does not injure ot ii -serving the purpose sought, gradually ' ers in doing it. iking "" onr nuuiortal licclniutmu goes : much furlhcr limn Ihe righln of prop erty. It menus "life," "libeitv," the pursuit of happiness. None of us want to be killed, whether by a run awiiy horse, or I uto, or a railna l ar. We diei t want our lives, or the nining ground in popularity, In tnu arils permanency." Building note from Astoria: "Those weekly stories to be found in (he Sun day morning Astoritin chronicling the building netivities nf Astoria show lmw I. ni'll's strictures on Christian Science. Your rorrcspoii.lcnt does not here at- y ne weu-snown .aw or perspc 1 t , ii - I nai'llllel Hies, ns ono- nnrs in n I iuiui in i niii"! '"" ' ... I o lon Sl,-t ,! rnilrnml. no,.,,, (,, ! ' " come to ii lllllllt. Mot mi nun im trie L-cil by this common fact in the science ofj optics. A straight stick placed with one end in water seems bent at the j I and it is time that our legislator I Br(. nt booming just growing, t lint's etiva passed nimc laws to regulate child labor ui," in all its phases." STAYTON NEWS parallel lines, as long rows in a field, Vftt views of Bible doctrines or his Wit Christum Science. These moj njht or wrong, so far as 1 am at prpwift ,. lm,.(ined, i hope Mr. Hob is"ii will muse me for noticing a few 'hint's a fxiiressed in his communica tion, l-'irnl .,.wvir I wiiili tn snv .VU SCO it Unit .'10 ve.-irs npo I spent sonic time! material sight has corrected you. Shut Winnie and Charley Darby of the liernsiiiB ' "Ncimii.e .....I Honlili Willi 'your eyes and vonr sense of material Kingston neighbiiihnod, left Sntnnlny PONCE DE LEON FAILED; HIS PRIZE 18 FOUND offers mime criticism of Pastor Rus-1 Pu'nJ .vour senses have set you right at lUtillll8 o tlu sc service aie appalling substantially this city is grow ing. We 1 1'v' uf l ri,''"ls I"" ' l'"ril by the . . .... .. . i ntwillior I ...... .i.. . .. i . .i. . . .. . n . . ell I nlini., i,i- ll... .....11 .1. .......... ntni ,t tu 111m linn our ice imiiii nr um 1.. .i.... . 1... 1.... iu'. ... - 1, ii-im,. ur iiu inn Iiciiiiih ucliini of anybody. The Kri'iieh patriot, standing on the plntfor I' the guillotine, and looliing in tin. Maine of liberty, exclaimed: ). I.iberfv, how many crimes linvc been mittc.l ,, , 1 " ., , , iin "'J' niiine!" lint liberty, hnweier Mrs. Ksther St,,,,,,, arrived Sunday 'L Z.?::UW : : ""l"1'."1" & . "V '"' ' l-rt- surface of the water. 1'nll it out and from l'cndleton for a couple of weeks , ,. .,, i. ,,.,,.; , v ',, .,, ," ,."l"nt "inn anybody to is straight. Your sense of, visit will, relatives and friends. ,,,, Mlil, wmlM rvH.''" ., "'. . I '!'"'. "'1 """ . h ' "inn ' " nn nn mug 111 ll nuilie people young, llo did not find ll. suits ns; we want to travel further I iioiiMimis ot ciironic intestinal, how-, when we gel ivndv; and. in.nnicd ot ek's visit with relatives in the father. lifting up tu the third heaven of spir ltmil ilisiei'iiuieut, which proves that bndes differ, and what is food for one is hard masticating for another. Mr. Huliinsoa speaks of how our souses dc fcnc us in luoking aloii( ' " i :i ll u ..hiiirv i.,,i.w.u...i ..e 1.....1 S'IP ""' ling vegetable nils from France, has in I .1 i ,1...,., I I. .1... l. ..i.i. . v n-:..... M II I!..!,.., .....u ,1... "''" "' v. I Villi t I. lenth because lie said "Ihe child is not! train lit Iungston Snliinlny nttemoon j- indigestion. ..use, Hiey rcturneii me same i - : i- ...... . I.. i. . i... , in- in ii nnu hurt t) 11(1 H I' .1 I. ii V nis iiivine unvcr, uv niN miinv, " j - ; v , .. I it. cciiistihiitiiiii iiih lifl tho t'V uf i . .. . . . .i . -r i.iu I....I u.i ii t.t i r Kir woriis, hroue tne hond or .lontn, ami ...."...." , t'ue ward was now in a gentle sleep. It was the second stage in her restoration. Kcv to the Scrintnreii I enine tn tlm 1 touch has also corrected you. So much conclusion ut the end that if that bool;i f"r ollr senses that so deceive ns. ; Waldo Hills, mis n Lev l r.r,,i'..r,.,.i t,,i,.. n... u..,.:. I Now ns to death. The case of .lai-1 Mrs. I'hns, lares ns thev viiin.i ,.,,.i ,i .iiiwif tin. ins' daughter is cited, .lesns said: "key." So'ine leu years ago 1 took aii-l"Tllc damsel is not dead, but sleepetli. ' ; by the death of o'licr turn at rondin that finniiiis book. Mark .kIIH. Mr. 1. would evidently have turned .Mommy 1 slill found it to,, 1 i ut ;.. i.n.1 f,,,.us believe Jesus did not believe in HWIIC I.. ...nlr., ...n:..nl I-' Still miinv excellent neoide profess to ! 'I'!, but asleep. It is probable Jesus: for Albany K't great insinrational lielp lroiu it a Mr. and Mrs. Ibn Kortcn, of l'oi't ! land, have been guests lit H. KleekerV U-l,,,,. II., ''l),i,,.l nrisi." il wsl -Mr. r,rtcn rcllirneil yesier.,,.., in i on When she arose and walked, n" M": """ " ."'." "! (MUlplO T WI'I'KS Willi M'lilll i-J". ; V. II. Ward und wit', ot (mmi-nnim-, i f i i.i -..i iu .-..lb ! said "Onr friend I.a.arus slecpeth; but ' ,;. s;turdy they I 00 that mnv awnue 11 1 111 nut or ..." , ......... I sleep." Verse 11. The disciples said, I "If he sleep he shall do well.'' "How I beit Jesus spake of his death; but thev thought he had spoken of taking rest in sleep." Verse l.'l. "Then said Jems unto them plainly, I.nznrns is dead." Verse 14. I........ I.... I ..... I-..I .,,nl;i.n llin i-nunf-l rectum word. The sleep of Umirus was 1,,1,k, .:.: death. The sleep of the litllc Jewish . enough nicuibcrs were secured I girl was nt the sleep 01 ileum out inai I of restoration -the second stage of il, I as before remarked, j X. J. DOWKKS. ! I'rnitlnnd. May -" 1 el and slomioh sufferers have written course, to 11 M.ivi- l-,.i U'l.ii: 1 .11 ill I mi 11 n left Wednes- , ,, . ' .' .'',' v. ,,.1,1, n . . 1 ! HIV lllst lor lirow lis uie, wn-gon, cnncu ,. . ., ... , , we do Iin' inleileie with otli the third. miirnn.l I that was the coiupli'te rest 0111 1 1011 . r The case of l.aznnis, John 11. Jesus ers, we want to do just what suits us. wherever we are, ami all Ihe time. Some men winit to be allowed to lake advantage of others. The wolf in the story ut " lied 1,'nling Hood" said Unit she should have the choice uf wins to travel, but contiiicd to give her the lung road while he look the -honor one. John D, lioclicfcller openly bonMi-d lisordcred sloi h when there is per ! ""',' ""' "f "1 "" K,'l" , l'h nuiiient rclicl lid el .Mavr's (iii.lert 11 I Keinclv is snl.l by leHilliiir llllMlitM 1 ...1...... .i,i. '.!, .....i.i 7. .I... " ', .. . 1 .,, , 1 I resident .men 11, siieaKuij' ot s av- s anding that vour money hi be re 1 ... .. , , , ' , , , -,, . , , , , ... crv, said, 111 substance: "I'.'.eiv uniii foii.lci without ipiestion or riinlililc il , , . , , , . fail, to give you absolute ,. , W, ,,' tl)l,v; (. . rill ii I , (lint it 11 hiiHinrxs rdiniirtitnr iMt il, ln niiylit Imv in hi- 'tMnTty Itlli'tK'll Itt It A VIlllH'. WHAT $10 DID FOR THIS WOMAN The Price She Paid for Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetable Com pound Which Brought Good Health. ONi: bottle satis faction. left for n short visit at the home of An drew Fisher in the Waldo Hills. Mrs. Wind is a sister of Mrs. Fisher, Miss Mcrt and Laurence Siegniund lie pnnied t'lias. Lathy to Sulein S..I- unlaw They returned Sunday evening, i bringing Mrs. l.uthy und .Mrs. K. L Siegniund. Mrs. l.uthy is recovi-iing elv from her recent opernnon uu JITNEY JINQLES. When 're you board a jitney your feelings you can't utter; V.. 11 run y CMiuc back, alas and nliic In pieces 0,1 u .butter. Danville Va. "I hnvo nnlv anent tefl iollars on your medicine and 1 feel bo much better than 1 did when the doctor was treating me. I don t suffer any bearing down pains -VII V",. "l IK f CAPITAL HILLS (Capital Journal Special Service.) Dean and I'ura Tl pson of Lugonc are here visiting their relatives, the ot all now and I sleep (McKays and Hays, well. I cannot any I Mr. and Mrs. Karl Xu-hoN m I..rt enoutrh for Lydia E. lj;ml. are spending he we-k cd witl, Pinkham's Vegeta-; (':7m' ..: , ,, j " ,i 1 .Miss t. izuiiciu vunss.'i mn ble Compound and 11 f.rvi(1 , H.ni, Liver Pills as they ' ,, . . ,.,,, n.r nnd si.tcr who will have done SO much n,dunti: from the O. A. '. in June 1 BitmnlnV,. ....t. i: .. I .... 1...I.M.IV il.l.iilt , ' 1UI HIHi "i'J i 1,11111' .HISS I. III. IK I I. n- I'" '"KKood health now and owe it all to p, fr jv.rtlan.l Monday to spend tin J"ur remedies, I take plensure in tell- summer with her mother. "K my friends and neighbors about, Mr. and Mrs. John r.irnf..rtl, ""m ."-Mrs, MATTIE HALEY, 501 Col- ed Saturday from . Newport wImm- Phone Street, Danville. Va. , ,M'1 'Z 2 v Kn ,n , . ' The berrv growers in tins vicinity .in o woman suffering from any fort V(rv ,,.), eoncerncl over the tin- 01 lemale troubles ahould lose hone un. i' ..,: .,1 nr.. bcL'inninir to lodlnw til .k. U . . .7 '. "en in."" ' ie nas pven Lydia E. f inkham s enough. ooie compound a fair trial. -Manila' bi'.l. Mr. id nre beginning to Vewmnn and Willie no TV.:, . . ... . ...1 r.,..,i,.v for Lebanon and will chcter amous remedy the mediclna ' " '1 , ,,. ., n,mer with the Hrowniag (ienild Finney . n.,un.nii 01 uinieli um , to organize a Woninns itciiei 1 orps bv the (I. A. U. uicnibern nnd the or gimizcr Mrs. Smith, and the baby lias re'iiirncil tn her home in Salem. It is thought that perhaps Inter there may be an orgnnizutioa perfected. I Hill's Auto Stage has this week been making Hips only fi"in Staylon to Salem, owing to the bud minis be tween Stayton and Meliainn. As so.ni as the roads In me passable for the ,.,.r vi.nolnr trios will be resumed be tween Mill l ily ami .-mem. WACONDA AND VICINITY. Miinv from this vicinity went to funeral of Mrs. I.eliliu r.wm Sunday. Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Land. 1 Sab in We.lnerduy. Mi. .1 Ii. I.awler. of Lugelie. Vi-lt. "I With Ml". H. I ldliedgc the end of the 'm'. tn;. I Mt. i; r'inn.y w-nt i Milem M.t "day on l.n-iio'!.. CI,.-t.l 1 1 " 11 1 1 gati HI"! A'- '' went to Siib-in T'le-dny. Mi.. Het.rv Snvag", fr.011 Mibrn. i .;:,;,,, uiih'.I I'. Mi v age nnd tnniiiv. Those that I from lii.tii't ''.0 I Linn Sl id the 1 1 ii . iii.ii man of th ' ' I '111 tu t seined, fur it won 't Mnt l.e wailcil next day, "Take th"' pest nwny; "In the )... I. it l..ink it has bit 1111 pit anv il iin.' Wc ' We ' Mnt w Wh. hung 1. uto straps for ego; I., dnfie everything but cu..; Mini 11 .-mile that 's coiitiiginu' n we iidc in a jitney bus. ibiead his own hands liave i-iimii.I, aiid I without iisl.ing leave of aavbody, or j giv ing account lo niil ily cl.e on learth." That, in piiioiile, defies the ."lilieitv Ihe honest man d.-suo lor himselr, and for eveiylioily el.c. ' la tlie old cowbov .lavs oil the troll llier, the nieiatols would loinitnne '.hoot the lint linn a man's lo-nd, or the heel oil' Ins boot, tor full. Some Inocs Ihe.v inii'lc a man dam-e nu the .trcet by .hooting at hi. feet. So. I. .oiMiit of ha.piuesN 1. altoi:' ther fin one ..e; the .hllliej does hut get llliv 'of it. 1 If c.o ploiild .tup h.'ie. von ought ' mi v that we had .imply trnd to pna.'li Wmiien. they dun 't give a cu.s When th.y lid.- in a jitney bus, Th. y .I., le t hi. tig "Uto 11 strap: Tin v I'mil tiglt 111 and sit in v. mi lap. M. p. ii. Inst -Hi t" .i.i: 11 I - .v" n.v ' Driver, ' ' as the jit m y 11. v .1 III! I-, not know it. but tins t tide. ,-'. d around, and the jit II t , i...' know it, iiiadi.m. bit v.- 1.. 'i.iog g.d 1 11 no'. ' ' A mn n I i Me r-de .. . H a' llui . - .gi tl. I:! ll.e of W hit 111 V 1 fewn in n 1 1 11-v 1 t d tin. light him.. If hi" I i.i- stole nt hul' lit" r 1 j- ' H.... I 7 1 Is' little. No; 110! Wc have been pre- line. Then one of three things num. paring 10 tell you something up tn this happen: We must return those t'ugl veiy minute, War tho war riiuini.' in live slaves to tho 1 introus. eruell v Luiupe; in tact any and every war, us f ,,i,. oppressors; or we must permill such, nullifies and tramples 011 each mid their armed men to come across tho every one ul' these "rights of nun)"' ''lie and hunt down Ihe fugitives; 01' "rights," our Declaration savs, as V' '"'"",'"' '"'"'''"''''l "v"r ,,. ,tiine 11 slave sought priitcctioa 11 mull inalienable. 1 1 War's fir.,! element is the killing of whatever the 1 rse. taken, il would I"'"'11''- ',. Icrstm, that, of me,,,, a boundarv dotted with f.itt ., ""' '" ml,.v oe killed. Hut in , wi,h of'lhousands of soldier 1 ,''.V are killed who never1,,,, ,,r well , 01, Die othor. were soldieis Ihe soldiers, themselves,' V couldn't stand it for ourselves; vvo may not wi.li to lull women and .hit ! il.hi 't slnnd il for von-Ihe voon:' drea, but there is a thousand ways in people that wen iiiiug, the Voon'g pen. which their lives amy be destroyed. ,,, of todnv. Ilur';i was then 11 gnat, Worse than the dentliH that come from count rv, great in its extent, in ils re the wenpo, f . H,,i,lir ri) tbe ,,..,,.. ,i,M it, p.ldliiies. Henry , , . ' """ un nun 1111.1 1 uv, standing 011 a niouiitnio i.eiik, 1 .in l nniiMv .war. 1011 luav II1111I. that your right tu life is ,. " " 1 r 1 11 111 1 01 the in 1 1 1 11 111 si that are coin. ot war vii may any minute find We, , l,,le, al.ca.l. that von have made a latul ftstake. ! T, .,, Sedgwick post, ll. A. We have spoken ol liberty." Do ! , , , ,. T, voiingesi , 1 in mi l.iniw ot any " liberty thai is con ; ,. , - '..1.1 ;i. , "" 1,1 " " ' "in rioiher. 111 iviien we 01 tne ii. ,. (. were soldiers, and J.11 il. 1 11 if out 011 the great Missmsip- pi valley, sin. I: "I am listening to til' re uenr innelv, ihe messago 1 "' "I'""' 11 ,l11"' 1,11 busi.'H,.,ii, iN u v,.rv ,;m),(, ,, A lies enierpris,. Ihe men who stayed voo, gnls, an well as bovs, as citi.eo.i " '.' '"' "'' '""i ti s as , lhM ,llimli ,,, , ', ,, niucl, wages as we did; mid some of, ,,,, iv,.s , v r V,H ,.,, , , the,,, liought, at ! Iraetion of their , l,,..,i,,K, or a curse to it. In v iew uf wi.-ih, the pigs and chickens uf the warM,e future that is before voo, we n.lupt " !v 'V:""1 l",',,'l,' ouel.e.J,,e words frinii Ihe address f I'reni. she hud to sell somelhing l keep he, , !,,, .. ,,! , liettvsbuig: '':' "'"' clollicd. j ..,, ,r,., ,,,,,1 !,., v V(,,. u loday, it wo saw lit to put up the ,,r tii,.,.K brought lorth lo this - money, we might take a tup to New ; ,(,., ,., ,, ,.0 ived in lib 111l, or to Honolulu. Then, we wen! ,.,,v, i dedicated to ihe proposilion wheie we were tuld, and wl we wee . ,,;, . ,.,,.,,,,! (.tll . Urav.i" '" '"' W" V'''n' ,"1'1' 1 1 of the living end uf Hie dead hiivo times .oniebody w oar n.v I , struggled that this nation mnv live. tin, sonieliodv got hurl, and it wasn't , ,s l(,r s, Hi,, voonger us well' us tlm 1. ways Ihe man on the other side of . t Ie,ji,ated lodav, to (In he line. I hat is ll liberty" ol 1 ureal task of building up the nation, he soldier, to cut others to pieces, -', ,,, oroportioas, and lo the elniriiclci- "''"'""' I '"I t' I M hi tol.e.i, ought to attain, that the w,.-k oT lulled. And there lire Iwealv miliums ,1 , 1, , i I,,,,.. 1 vain; that this iiatiuu shall hiivo, l'.uroie todnv getting winit he.v can out of that kind ..cd the gl i.le native rooU and herbs, has for . ,ny 5'ears 'proved to he 11 moat valua- tntile j :....j travel this summer ot'nv ,.,. AniUSCIIieui ..... 1 '. ' tonic n.,J I-..1 . I.. nnu inviguruuir ui me i'-" . 'i;iiism. Women everywnere willing testimony to the wonderful ue of Lydia Fj. Pinkham's VegeU 01e Compound. CORN SHOW TOK MARION. t ...1..,. t Chni. in iiddicsi d a r ina of the ennnnercii vestenlav afternoon ing on in' , club in tin- city , end ot .,,! i,..ited III IUV"r 1 ..1. ...m u ... vr t ic yanie making arrangenieiits ror in. ... . ix v mlicr. 1 ; to be held ill gh'h were a. t"l." w-: Jllll. I'ellll l'a'ter...n. ml Frail, is .i..iin. ti - 1 1. 1 1 ....... 1. 711 ni v ,.. ii... .1 1 n ,, , , Hi, ,,,ks and our team wii. culled dur the first half ot Hie .mu i" cunt of mm. 1 ne "' 1 " the fifth lining s 1 1 " f Kcelo'. Tl..'te was nothing t.. but K.cne. Ul H. una ir.. nut ll'nl two bl.' I :.. 1. .....1. ., n.l ihinn n out at . 1 Kill finin D. Wi" nde in 11 ;it. v, I'niiline, I '111 in t And I kin v It v.i.l .1.1. ,...t 1 w 1 1 '1 it 's tunc fur t" , c ' along w i'Ii y.". :i .'nev and end v.. r v i. .1 lite. I. ,l Hi .1 ... .1... ... at ri.ne !! E.HnkUamMllollieC.. , and merchants of Aums-, arv. d . . "''r-:: . .H. - Z wiTC'K ri.rr, wc will p,,.y a.ii.-i.v-iia T n,n 1 1 1 1 1 . " " ' ' . J..rtnm,Tri.,i".-i-,-.--"" . ,I.W ill , '"o. , 1 ,..nson. (IcrvBis Star. v t -11 r ,. 1 ..1 near a,, any more. . i ' ime I Mnnc ,v I in stiff und .ore r ,,w 1 d sow, ,,f I,;. arid a c .r'iig" d t )n-ni all M. fnrm till ilttli'V tow. next full- Mis I'urola Says : " You'll never know how soft and velvety your face can be un til you use our MARSIIMALLOW CREAM!" Full direction with each buttle. iMnncy back if not katibficd. Opzra House Tharmacy ot me,, in I'll OV incut of ' ' 1 1 lie 1 1 V. And "the 1. 111. un of liiiiiiui... " Um. .lav, under the guns n;' 11 foil down until. 1, soldier a.lied In. neighbor: "Wouldn't vim 1 1 1 1 1 -1 beat In.ine with .vour gill'' Doi-h it seem stllinge to cou Hint there was 101 iiigniocai on that ip.e.tionf The old song has il: "Tlie dnire-t spot on 1111II1 t e, is lllime, NV, eet l.olne, ' ' Wc felt that WIIV When were ill the niiiiv; wo fell so yet; and I he twenty millions aem.s the wnt.-i think -11 to. lav. A vast number of them will lulcl gc (inch t their h 's; lint what is wore, if poi'olile, a wit inul 'itu.le 0 1 tlm.e who live Ihmigh the tl'l(.gle will .11 h..iii. Wle.iii.l and ' '! iu Imdv. or mind, in Inth, to III" long Inn. lea to ll,. in., Ur. and o'ln i. Not e. than 11 million ol our ''iiuiudet, iiiine In. me, maimed, or ntlici wine in (i ' 1 I , ti .otter therefrom to the 1 n.l lit their davn. O, war! war! 'Iheie 1. 1, 't one of the inter. -Is nf ho n.nintv, i.t a , , v kind what.oevr; there 1-0 t one ol I'll- tnnr teeltng-, or in net. of hnii.iiiiitv, but war tiuinples War is l.ail.ar under tin. I, 11 new birth of freedom; ami that a gov ci inueiil of Hie pcoptn, by the 1 pie and for the people shall not -Ii I'. 1111 the earth. Try "GETS-IT," It's Magic for Corns! Now, Sin, pie, Common Bcnse Way. Von will never know how realty cu. il i" to get rid of a corn, until vim liuvo tiie. I "i.l.TS IT." Nothing like it hni ever been produced, Il takes less tiunl to apply it 1I1 11 11 it does to rend this. It will Inn. I'm. n, Vim, especially if oil il ivi'lioi't un r i-u; it is nn otter 1 IV it-If. Mnt, voo niiMver, ' w.-nt 10 war; and nubility sirviei'.-' win ; and some of ti. I '1 . that in 1 1 1 1 ;i 1 v i lor 11 in 1 Muni dolla rs I.I. , V.i li-;;ia.e tn hnn. an ; ' Vou (I. A. I', men vim gl.irv in voir Vc, w.. iv. nl toj , at L a .t, wiiohln 1 1 experience recalled ' , if so. h were i.oh-' Do vou w..i to Idnr.v why? believed that tills nation Ollelll Ki-fl1 Cmn-riaiM In .. N.nal Um "Clia-ITi" ll "(Ul." titf Oum StiMb.Qukliljrl . ' iriiHr will ""anil nnnivi.,n n n u-.imiiii. v.f.., the Marion county corn tuJ lu atrlct conlldence. 1 V mu-t.-W -v'"' Worth ,-tar Tribal.. tn t.e one; Hint tins lenitory ought to linvo tried everything else for corn. 'I luli ri.ne Hag; that ll Would be best Two ilrol.s ai.nlie.l ill u four He. no. In-- f. r the. nullioi, then living that it that's all, Un. corn shrivels, then ho'ild In- .0; and that il would be an conic light off, paiiil.n, vvithiot nnnn in iinl. I. dimsler tn the i nioing fussing or trouble. If yon have ever p in tnti'iai 11 '' oiintry -I. .nil. I be unnln a bundle out of jour toe with O vnled, 1 burning. ; u-i'd thick, com pressing; We w. ic not iisl.id to fight n fur-1 cottiiti 1 1 rigs; corn pulling milvcn; corn eigii niniiv, (lor eoontrv was not 111 ' leasing plasters -well, you'll appro vaded, or I In . a lenci mil, una. 1011' ciaie the diff, reaco when you use) liinii nbioinl. Some of nor fellow .ill " (I Kl's IT. Vmir curnagoiiy will 'en. w,-ri. living in ilr, uie the initiun. 'I In 11' Wli. 110 initliial boulnliiiy be tweeu tin. Stilton ciilleil the "Noith" and th'i.i- (tilled the "South." 'Iin lionndiirv wniild have to be a Ainiple line 1.1I1 by u sorvevor, tin the other soli, they propri.ed to keep men In nn.'i. in a wliilc one of tln.i I - ! vanish, rutting ami gouging with knives, nuoiH, files ami scismn, 11 n.l the .lunger of blnnd-poisou are dono away with. Try "UKTS IT'' tonight for any com, callm, wart ur bullion. Never fuils. ".I-.TS JT" is sold l,y droggisU everywhere, iSe a Mile, or sent direct wuil. I escape to our side ol Iheiby K. I.nwniico t'o. Chicago.