Cashion Advance. and Oklahoma State. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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Tews of the week
llcst Important Happening cf t!ie
Past Seven Days.
i cndiprnl from MS
Tlie most violeut wind 8ti>ra lu
\, :u s rif nil} swo'.'t over Oklahoma
anil Indian territory. Two fatulltl.
von- reported .nil a great amount "f
l>,i.,) •:•!y was damaged.
\ teleuivnn from . an Frawiseo to
Uu c hairman of the Minneapolis relief
commiti e denounces the lied Cross
finance committee regarding the 1^-
ieiit i.ilo of flour sent to the soffereis
- i 11 , rv Thaw, ih- voung millionaire
.i..- w..ru MM"< I mibBW> pa., (dot sad Instantly
l t«. S..U11I spnee r..r tho | killc(1 s, ,„fi.rd \Vlilte. a Now vork
l.. "f ' '■• u«M *r.. , m hlt|,( dMrinK perfonimnco at \h-
I .\I .difon Square Roof Uiirden rei-ently.
I'tTKuuiii. T!'« cause of tb" tragedy is not known.
J E. Milieue of S-vi.v:' 'd. v/n ' After Julv '1 of this year no more
n< ted by the republicans for state than are to existence can be
senator tile convention held ft in Chiosio until the poputa-
Lamar, Mo ,.| the city i ; nearly double that
Judge B. n. \ 'e ;> lY\a:-. l - ti10 present time, accordittg to an
ol note . i ! ;..'t:ic.r <-l se\-v.il Jaw
took---. ; lv.it and lilletl himself in '
city park nt Fort NVorth
Renresentatlve and Mn ton ".■•••; Oj, time in transit for stock
tea re <>nt!y with Emperor Wii- .. . h )m.. upon t|10 written request
of the owner or person in charge of
the particular shipment has passed.
The board of health has directed
' , < wncrs of ".7 out of 171 sl.viphter
1 , isc in v;t!'i'>ur> sect ions nf Philadel-
phia to abandon their establishments.
( «ditiom-. it is charged, were un
e ■. I 111 ■1 I
Tile Nebraska, Kansas and Okla-
j, -u., ] ndqnarters of the rural free
ihiiwry department of the postofflce
will 1 o removed from Omaha to Kan-
storm in pennsylvania. i facts guaranteed
ily -J--Two deaths
and a do/, eli other-
,, ordinan • pass d by the city eound!!
' | The donate hill which repeals the
ailed 28 hour law, by fixing th"
limn on boat'I his Ante/lean bull • >ac
Mayor Tom L. Johnson, of ( ie\o-
laml lis ii-1 cp: e 1 an invitation topi
side ;:l the reception to William
Bryan at New York in Angu '• Hen-
r\ Water on will delixer an address.
President Roosevelt has appointed
K.iward It. Uurhaiii as Pniti i i>ta:us
marshal for the Western district ol
Missouri for a third term.
Andrew 1,. Harris, who recently ;
< i . doil the hit' Uov. l'nttison it'1- oil y.
pulieinatorial eluur <>l Olilo, 1' " 1 ^ ;■ 11 th-.t President Roose
lii:. h'.me in Eaton. H ]K1S to appoint .1 S. Hnr
W. Monro, of Marion, n r,1'u t'r i,.n. ,,'f Illinois. E. B. Clark of Iowa
ran was nominated 1>> ti '• .l>'mi>. • a | ^ , Frankj|n Lane of California at
of the Fourth Ksnsas district ns " |(ll, now member^ of the lnteiitati
candiilate for consre^-nu'ri a^ainsl J. I ■ • —<■ - •>.« " «
SI. Miller on a t'.irlfl reform l>lat"
John P. Stev.-ns. eiiief engineer. and
the entire canal commission propose
to mII for Panama to stitrt .the wor
there in earnest, _ ^
tion Army i-i the United Btates I
y.1 vioiisly ill i'l her home in New \orl..
Secretary Taft will visit Fori liiU v
and Fort Leavenworth this fall and
will make two speeches In Kansas
while on the trip.
Ucv. Willi: 111 Wteslnnton. lh'P"'-
niliiiat.r of l.liiiu'.i:-. Mo. has m-:-
rled mi.i"! than I'.UOO conpl.s during
hii minislrj. He ha" :i n .'ord of a"
11 rsons he has married
Col, Os.vt'ld Herbert Ernest of tl'.e
corrs of eaeineers h.i. been retire,i
for ace with the rank oi brigadier ge::
' Dr. G. B. MiCoy, of Caney. Kan-
j. 11, ,, arrested charged with the
murder of his wife who w.v; reported
t . h;.ve committed suicide by shoot-
ing herself with ;• revolver.
Mr:- David Reed, sister '<f C^a
Cci i-e A and Thorn: s Castor wh
were killed in the Indian battle < f tac
little Big ii >rn in Montana June
1876. died at her home in Monro
Mich., need 80 years.
Mrs. James Tanner, wife oi the co.ii
mnnder-in-chiet' of the CI. A. II. "
killed r< cently in an automobile ac< i
dent at Helena, Mont.
The s 11 ite and house pa aed t'i
r.'.eaV inspection bills placing ttie
of inspection on the government. ! •
provision placing date of inspecti-.-.n o
canned meat i was elimin ite 1.
The pure food bill has been pass
by both hearts of congress.
The railroad ra-e bill has passe<V bot
houses ol « ngu a and
idgned 1. th • i. eshlcnt. it g.ic.-. in;
commission when the new
ri te 1 ill takes effect.
Conferences are being held in
W..>-hington by Pnited States district
a MO rue >'S preparatory to tiling the
. irs.inal suits which are to be brought
by the government against the Stand-
ard Oil company.
Piv ident Roosevelt has approveu
the resolution passed by congress ex
pressing the horror of the people ol
the United States over the massacre
ot Jews in Russia.
Lewi.; ISmbry Jr. has been nomina-
ted by the democrats of Pennsylvania
for governor. Mr. Embry had pre-
viously been nominated by the Lincoln
republicans for the same office.
Ncu: v every building in the town
of Ti i/.evv: h. Ok., has been practl-
<-:illy demolished by a tornado. Many
people t ok refuge in cyclone caves
and no person was injured.
The correspondent at Constantinonl,
of the Standard reports that Turkey
h; . decided to take measures to sup-
press the Creek bands which are dtb
Attorney (Jeneral Moody has directed
that suits bo brought against a large
number of railroad companies to re-
•ever penalties for violation of th
safety appliance law.
Chairman Shon.s. of the canal et.ni-
• i ission has expressed the opinion
that the Panama canal will be cjm-
idoted in eight years.
\t the heating < f the Dowio < so la
a iclier ol the Zion City bank
t •; ■ ined that Powie's account was
erdrawn MSI,2:',7 and that for the
von vcars Dowie had drawn
fron^ the 1 ank at the rate of
PHILADELPHIA IS SWEPT BY A
two fatally hurt
severely injured are
storm which c imo si
city following a day
James Gordon was crushed to
death beneath ih. fallin : wall:- • ' an |
abandoned warehouse where he ha.l
George Johnson, a bov. v. as caught j
beneath the roof of the Philadelphia
Bedding Company's plain, which was
torn off by the wind
J. C. Robertson. 50 years of aa
was standing on his doorstep when
the chiirtney of the house t«ll upo •.
him. fracturing his skull. He will
John MeKenna aged 10. whs tn tin
building where Gordon was Killed
and was fatally Injured
In the suburbs hundreds of trees
were leveled and the crops "f truck
farmers were ruined. I" all sections
of the city roofs were carried awajr,
windows were shattered, ti I. graph
and telephone wires were prostrat
eil and some sections were left in to
till darkness. In Camden and other
nearby tov.ns the storm caused great
FIGHT INSURANCE TRUST.
Publicity for Delinquent Companies
and a New Law for All.
■ad * ' i:i ap >ro
prla; ii ; " to
,.r tlie r . tern Chtr
ne.l< • -' ; mennt t'i $T.~" '''
The :■■! i: t! h < atiPrmed t
r-jtion of Franklin U".'1, o!
niu, to l,p « member of tfc '
rommeree commission to
Jen ih V. Filer, . i Illinoi ■
The lawn house of eon;
|,.:s: „;1 a bill granting $r..W
the families of the two sm
«o Bremen who lost theh lives wltlie
fii.htlng the (lie In th" hold of ''
transport Me.ule in San l-'ranei.-.M hnr-
By a vi.te of six te live, the senate
i'Miimittre on Inter-oeennie e ei.ils h:i.
d< elded noi to m to i'v Isthmus ol
Panama and t'ike testimony in tho
r- rial ln\e.)tlgatloa
John C!a; k. superintendent ' f a
i: •• Cress r; • let i a tion in San Fran-
f isco, has been arrested for selling
1; i ■ e eja ntitles of relief blankets and
; impropriating the money.
f ven tramps raptured a freight
train near Glendale, Ohio, and at the
int of revolvers forced the ore v to
% ve Th ; ran tlie train ton miles
ad then abandoned it.
Havard ''ofeated Yale in the annual
y boat race at New London
Cenn., by two lengths and a half
Harvard's time was 83:02 and YWb'i
i't r t he ye;ir 1' Andrew Carnegie's
gifts \ > libraries In tho United state
nuhered 211 and amount to over
Ran Francisco, July - Kloven
prominent men of San Francisco,
representing the Morohants* Associa-
tion, the Chamber of Commerce, the
Merchants' < xchange, the San Fran-
cisco board of trade and the Manu-
facturers and Producers' Association
of California, have consented to net
as trustees for the great combination j
of the commercial holders ot tire
insurance policies that will stii o to j
defend the rights of San Francisco
business men whose losses b the re-
cent lire represent more than $1<>0.- I
000,000. The trustees are H. Weln-1
stock, Andrew Carrigan Albert 1><tu
ham. Charles H. Croekey. Rudolph
Taussig. James l>. Phelan. !• ^ ■ \
Vansicklen Charles HolbrooK. .1 H i
Grant, F. W. Dohermann and A. Sliar I
boro. The lead ng propositions were ;
submitted to tho policy holders. One ;
was t" raise bj an assessment of one j
per eon* of the face value of policies,
a fund estimated at $1.000,uo0 in
round figures for the systematic pub-
lication in newspapers in all the
prosit cities of the world, at intervals
during a series of years, the names I
of fire insuranee companies acting
fairly toward San Francisco at this
time, and also a list of those who do
not aot fairly and honestly in the «-
tlement of tho losses for which tbe>
are liable. The other proposition
was that hereafter a standard form of
fire insurance policy for 'he use oi
all fire insurance companies that do
business i California shall be pro-
vided by the act of legislature of
California and that suoh form shall
be the only one to be used in the
transaction of fire insurance business
tn this state. Th. policy holders did
not pledge the trustees to any course
Nr. j jlgia and Anaemia arc Cured by
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
For nearly n geiu ratieii the people of
tln> e.iuittry have known l>i V illi: iu-
I'mk Pill.". duritiR win n time proof ef
llioiisaiwis of l ines l.v this r.-meilv has
been published and eonnrmi .l noil not
31ieIK'lxiu hasIx ell harmed in the slight-
est decree l.y tlieir uv. 'lhe pills enu-
Inin u<> opiate, nareeiie or stimulant,
uor aiiv drtiK which eoulii injuro tho
most delicate constitution.
"Koroyeta year.1 says Hiss Charlotte
Van Salisbury. uf C i-tletoo, N I . "I
-atlei ed from nearalgia and iwilpitation
tin heart. M. slim was pale and -al-
low and 1 was troubled with dissiness,
taiuting spi lis and Btsof indigestiou. 1
wa-very nerTOUStUld would start nt IM
■lightest .-ouml. At tlniesagreol weak*
uess would conic over uie and on one oc-
casion my limits pa.way under uie and
I fell to the sidewalk.
■•uf course 1 was treated by our local
physicians and al-'t ceii-nlteil a noted
doctor at Albanv. but notiiiUK they mtvo
I... -ei med to |. ll. lit ti l)!i; day 1
r, ni j,, n newspaper nl'oat Or \\ lllianis
Pink Pills f .r Pale I', .pie and I miinc-
diatelv gave them n trial. I 1 1
much "bet ter and my c dor bail beu'un to
return. 1 eontimn d n-ne: tin. pills and
l,v the ti ill.. 1 hull taken ei^ht boxes 1
' was entirely owed. , .
My si-ter, Sarah ^ an Salisbury, -ut-
tered 'terribly from ananuia. She was
lutie mill thill and we feared that -lio
would Ih'Cohh. a v i -tiiu id' consuinption
She tried Dr.William-' Pink Pills lor
Pale People and in a short time she be-
gan to pain 111 Strength and weight.
She is now strong niul well mid we both
heartily recommend Dr. W illiatns 1 mlt
l>,lls to all who aro in ill health."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are -old by all
druggists or sent, postpaid, on receipt
of price, 50 cents per box. siv boxes for
^ ■ ."ill In- the Dr. Williams Medicine Co ,
Schenectady, N V Descriptive piun-
phlets frey on request.
Allen S. Olmsted Wins In Couit— I
The root-Ease Trade-Maik
Buffalo X. V i'lie supreme I'.nirt li.i-
gr.oi e I 11. i ia.ill« nt illjuilt tion w i
.! • i.ti-t I'ml K HihImui an*I . t
\, -.V N l It \ . I. 11 .uinlic the
det la •
t on "I
i -etl an
' I" v..let- . b
. .hi imitation and
En* non M l*i
i)lit over the I flint
kde-inark -Foot Ka>
1 • \\ - \ \
,hls hi- trade
S liaiite win
t bv the i\
fr.induieullv alteumt t<>
t n^ivt *' lootK i~e ulveitisiiiv:. in pun-
ine en the market the ^| iniou and -mi-
ilai appi .tl in^i prepar«ition involxetl in tho
i.ise I'lii- t lit* eourt declare* w.t> dc
vi.jlied in imii.it ion an.I infrinjieiiieiit . t
I lie sella ne "loot I'.ise" trade ei.nl, riglil-.
I , , i,i a tic et t lie ".eniin.e \ll«n - t' • '
r ,.. i,, the fscsiniile nisnsture "f Allen
S. OhastL-d it- yellow lalwl.
BRKlllT BITS EV THE WITS.
Wilt Must hold a uiortgaeo on
OT Marshal Field 111. an amusing
pt.iry was recently told at l.akewood.
The hoy, according to the story, cp
proachcd un old lady in a l.akewood
liotel and raid t® her:
"Can you crack nuts?"
-Xii, my dear. I can't." the i.UI lady
replied. 1 I": t all my teeth years
"Then," said the little boy, extend-
ing two hands full of walnuts, "please
hold those while I , i anil set somo
more."—Denv< r Ti!.-' ■' .
TORTURED WiTH GRAVEL.
Since Using Doan's Kulney Pillf, '
Not a Stoae Has Formed.
! Cap!. S. L. Crute. Adjt. Watts Camp. I
! U. C. V., Roanoke, Va.. sr.ys: "1 snf- j
fered a long, long
The busybody butts in without any
tfs or huts.
Charity begins at home, but if It
Is the real brand it soon outgrows its
It Is hard to work much confidence
In h man who wears a ring on his
A man's knowledge cannot be
judged by the fool things he says
when in love.
The golden calf will always be wor-
shiped, though >t wear the tail ot a
monkey or the ears of an ass.
Beware ol Ointments for Catarrh
tiiat Contain Mercury,
fit mercury will miri-ty dctruj Uie *t'<iM- of i
ami i mill'-ti:« V tl'-rau^c lli« w!i-lo -> -l w." n
enlfrtiiK It tlirou rli Tlie imicuu^ hiiiI.iho#. i- '
art i. sti til.l ni-ver 1 •«" ii «*«l i-v ft •" V" - ;
ii..i.- ir-m ri'i'uni'.'.f plivilflaiis. a- IUC tUn ni-' Hit >
w ill do l l.-ii t u! nt Un* h "'ti >,,'i t un !>• - • 11' i v tl<
rt\ f from tlinm Hull * i nurrli i nr.' uuuiufiu'iiiM ti
l.y I . .I t lu in y ft i to. ° .-oiiiali.tt no mei
, ury mill 1m t.tk. n liit.-riiH ly. u. «l..w tin- • ily "I" •
tin. I.:..U.l aii'l iiiti.'.'Ui MirfHCOi of III!- hy t«-m. lu
uphiiliif ." li i- en n Inti-rnaliy .m l •• " i '«a°'
Dbl i.byP.J.C hi ney A « . ^••tlmonla - tft
!il l.y 1 rtiK^1 I • > • •«"- I""1 ""V1 '
Takf HullV t uiully l'lli for cou tlpaltiin.
F el the Ground Slipping.
' First Neighbor The Snobsons ver
' there on the corner are losing their
Second Neighbor How do you
First Neighbor- Why. because they
have begun to bow to all tin neigh
bors, and they never noticed anyone
around here before Detroit i-ree
Important to Mothers.
Tiamino cnrefully every bottle of ("ASTORIA,
u hftfe r.nd huro lemedy for lufuute uud childriu,
uud see that it
In un English court, reciutly, f\
man was titled Sl'i for contempt of
court, lie offered a ^ note in pay
meat, but was told by the clerk that
he hao no change. "Oh. Keep the
change.' was tie reply; "I'll take it
out iu conteinp".
A Frenchwoman was complaining
to her husband that he was too much
of a bookworm that in retired too
often to his study, leaving her to
spend man:-' evening; alone. "1
wish," Klie ended, plaintively, "that
I were a book. Then I might always
have your company " "In that ca^e,
my dear." the Frenchman ans wered.
I'd wish you were an almanac.
Then I could change you once a
"All Hie while she's on the ocean
Gladys doesn't eat any meat."
So she won't lose flesh."
Kent on is used as a cloak in some
families, and you may have noticed
that ti ere is generally a coat dust
on the family Bible in sm 1
Positively eiin 1 l y
there l.iltlo Pills.
Tin v* also relievo ftla-
jress from Dyspci* la, In-
citjrt :>tion aiidToo lloarty
L.iting. A peril ot rt .n-
, ilytor Dizzlae:-Jian «
Drov.-'.uc Had T
tu tho Mouth, Coated
Tonirue, Pal a in the Mdo,
Jtouhd LiAT.it. They
regulato tho Bowrla. l'u'vly Vegetable.
SM^LL PILL. SMALL Hu'SE. SMALLPPy..
QP iTT LE
The Greatest Boarding Co!!ot i:. the World
NOTRF. DAME, INDIANA
18 Building* VS Profcson 1:00 S .c'rnfv
' I t.' iai. I'l l autmi vr Hilt UOY8
i'm'i u tiu!.tk.i::«
TEBMS: Bfsrd. Tuiiii and l.etir.'t. t W.
Send ten ornta n th.- P:,;iiirar ior la'i <ui-
all inilamcd, ulcerated and catarrhal con-
na - ii rh uterine catarrh < a vt
by i • '-.iniiic i!ts, ::cre throat, * nc
mouth or inflamed eyes I. >i ly
dosing the stomach.
But you sui • ly can cure ti i >
aifections by local treatment with
Pax tin.: Toilet Anttgegtlc
which destroys the disease germs checks
(lisi-li.irgcs, stoj s p in, and heals tlic
inflammation and soreness.
Pax tine representa the most successful
1 i! treatment l >r feminine ills ever
produced. Thoui and i of women testify
to this fact. 50 cents at drug/.i^ ts.
Send for Free Trial Box
the r. i'a.'ttcn co.. lloston. mm .
Gtnuina Must Bear
_ REFUSE SUOSriTUTFS.
mm ... ".•> milts and shingle milts
ol Washington MKili WA0B81
Mr.t.U t lliplov lllfllt N.HII..WIII ."I.IWMlil-r,
mills run rvrry nioiitli in tlie* vein Cheap 1 <v mj
i11 full jtailiciilars jhIiIiphs l'anfis CoaM I.uin-
1-1 Manufscti^rs \ -- < iation, Seattle, <<i ar*
rival mII 011 Crawford l'rall, 110 Main Street.
Fi , ,. 1 111' a ■' s Ii.
Wheat, no l.i. h.-l« |.«T:i-nv
Salirr s«-r«H'o. It,.
Mll,o II,STK\ I N" > «"
, K, I 11 11 > t . HMI.IBB"".. ! • 4 • • 5 Tr .
BrsiMliM nl C'hlcsfOi Clenlaadt ,,, lro41-
VJ#T n .IOIIN v.. MOKRH
6nccoeo?ulty Proaecuton Claims.
<i'lpnl F.*rnntner t . s. 1't nM- n Uurt-tio.
UllKI-ullB. I'll. hi". Wu1.hi1.11H.,,. I'.O.
W N. U . WICHITA. NO 27. 1DUC.
r, i\v h.'.:i
nducted I'V «'■
The emperor of Russia Is now vir-
tu i!y ;• prisoner in his palace, only
!;\\ir.« within the prounds. He is r.ur
• n;uded only 1 , his most trusted ser-
vants and has lhe imperial yacht
•itvays it :if"> to sail at a moments no-
In the I ti c. Wirt less communication with
evcr.l lortres.-i-s is maintained.
:uthori:.- 1 Harry K. Thaw pleaded net pjuilty
toiwl igned for the murder of
:i:: .'ul - ' ■ • "lforii White in New York recentl.N
m , n : ovoi two Inchea «•.' rain fell In Lon-
'-*.'ie on in ci'.ht hours rceentb constitut-
. ;i roeor.l. Many districts we v
1]-Mided and people were driven from
•'11 :r heme.. the underground rail-
...-ij; v. 1 Inundated and traffic was
I),: ter proceedings have been insti-
• iitcd h.v Ci'vrult Attorney Sa^er again t
h" Ct'lls Ct .nils-ion company of Ft
Is Mr. Eager ; • s that all pro-
\ oi the ii: m I ; felted to the
CUBAN CONGRESS QUITS.
j Havana, .Inly 2.— Congress ad ourn-
led until November. The Havana
I sewer project which for years has
j been the suhleet of representations
by the l ulled Stales government,
went over untouched. But lit lio gen
eral legislation of consequence was
President Palma signed the bill ap-
propriating SO.OPO per kilometer for
the construction of twelve branch
railroad lines of the Van Horn sys-
time with my hack,
a n d felt draggy I
and listless and
all the time. I lost j
f r o m my usual ,
weight, 225, to 170.
were too frequent |
and 1 had to get
up often at night. (
1 had headaches
and dizzy spells i
also, but my worst j
suffering was from renal colic. After ,
[ began using Doan's Kidney Pills 1
passed a gravel stone as big as a bean. ,
since then 1 have never had an attack
?f gravel, and have picked up to my I
<i! mer he tlth and weight. 1 am a well
S aan, and give Doan's Kidney Pills j
1 -redit for it."
Bold by all deali rs " 0 c* nts a box.
• f'oster-Mil burn Co.. DufTalo, N. Y.
TRADE AND TRAFFIC.
by the hon e.
The general dellelcney I ill. > rryin^
•in uppropriation ol fin.2-!.V1
been reported to the house.
II l wee 1111
St. IxJtti: is preparing to pi -e utc
menibe-s of the ic t'-u-.t.
The a ipralscrs of the < .1 Devlin
efitaie claim that Ihr.v ha\i « ivevcd
Hi ncres of farm himl in lllluob l -
longing to the estate of which no .
Misu ari ' lalins to lu* the first m: •
Id f eoftii e 1)'. lahi M * ' 1
lloatlng a fiyg with 40 stars mer t ,r
Hyatt, of i!'^ Ri. l.oui* i
•tend v.i 1
. r.v the r
, n, v. lio
1 that ( • Nl-'tolas will
1 er.ipeiMr \\ iliiani lhe en-
vets gf the Herman Pcet
id of July.
f itriek. of Prldmont, Kan.,
de 1 te the military tri-
i i.rt logan hl^ tsi-year-old
had deserted from the
, recently handed de w a
TI h'st i"f • ti from the dry dock
; . v.r\ rw 1 ivi.1 in the lavy depart-
nt« t show* it to he within 1,300 mileu
More than one-half of lhe in.suranee
rompsnl' . doing business in Baa /ran-
. , , have • icned a compact and ati-
i.ounced that und r no circumstances
\}\ ihe; pay more than 75 per cent
The Red Crox hits received another
ijni n $ .'i/ioo from Japan
(s;' , If, r the wHi: oi Bin frtw i^
Matttix 1 bat trtn ts have no tu >re stau
lag in cfwirt than gambler#.
It cm t the (..overtimenl r,;< Ml I
extradite (Ir ene and (J lyai 1 frouiCti!
ana an I i>ri'.ig liutn lo iti.'I.
The A ictican group oi ilu- In;
.•. ti , iat \ l ei' u at ee- ilt
'lii 'Ml T (' li! ,
Tito pl '
total oi I146.OH0 received from the
npancao t emple for ihat purpose.
The snn t\! report of the I nitej
nir> t ir, e!llee at Fnrlnsfleld, Mo
I •. 1 ; • ,, 1 itee I '"in 100,10(
, i 1 ;• Ti.l lc!t ill the
; , 1 et . iiiiiiihera ®f thi
, 11| >. (). it ail, were senleti'-ej
• ur In the
♦ 'a.* National In*
i.i ,,n i.im 1 telephone# In
a cuHi,. tol Willi tfUO.l'W li yean
PROSECUTE STANDARD OIL.
Cleveland. July 2. — Federal an
thoritles served subpoeneas on Cap-
tain I. ti. (iramaer. vice-president of
the New York Central lines, \Y. T.
Smith, freight claim agent of tlio
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
railwav and H. L. M« yr, a eb rk in
the office of M. (\ Tully. auditor of
freight receipts for the Lake Shore.
These men are cited to appear be-
for ■ the ITnited Stales grand jury
which convenes here .Itilv r t, inves-
tigate charges growing out of th' re-
cent fill hearing before ihe interstate
CLOSE TO 17 THOUSAND.
Hilings. Mont., July 2.—Returns of
the registration for the ('row Indian
lands at Pherldan. W yn., and Miles
City, Mont have been received and
added to the list In this city .-how the
completed re;•:istration to be 1 (104(5.
Preliminaries for the drawing
are being completed As fast as the
nanus are drawn from the box they
will be numbered and typewritten
lists will be nindi which will be post-
ed at once for public Inspection.
FOUR MEN WERE KILLED.
Scaffolding Fell Four Hundred Feet
Into a Mins.
Peoria, 111., July 2. Four men wire
precipitated to the bottom off 11 400-
foot shaft of Ihe Roanoke Coal and
Mining Com nan y, at Rounoke, 111 .
and Instantly killed. The miners
were working on a scaffolding "0 feet
below ihe surface, and wIkmi the
struct lire gave nway the non drop*
ped 400 feet The catirtrophe was
not discovered until this morning. A
coroner's Jury failed to place the re
sponslhlllty for the Occident
Famous Sailor D:ad.
Isllp, L. !.. July 2, Capi. Hank
Half, lhe veteran yacht ma n r. died
pi Ills home h( re aged c. years. He
suffered from 11 complication of ills
eases and had been fall'ug ever since
the death of his wife, about a year
Captain Halt whs one or the most
famous yuchl handb rs lu this eon 11
try. He sailed the Volunteer and Do-
fender In the International races for
the America's cup and v m master of
the Vigilant when she we.it to Ihe
The trade of CM11 is almost entire-
ly in the hands of Europeans.
France imported $:'.oo,yuO worth of
r.pplcs from Canada last summer and
1 In 1904 Denmark sent to Kngland
over K">,000 tons of butter, valued at
54 r , 000.000.
It i thtimated that 1,00 >.000 tons < f ; ,
I si_e"l rails for 1907 delivery are undei
negotiation, and that fully half that
! tonnar.e has already been placed.
It is said that the hides of American
live cattle sent to Kngland to be killc-1 |
and eaten are by prearrangement all ,
sent back across the Atlantic, there to
be tamed, and, mayhap, reshlpped to
England as leather or in boots and
Shipment< of anthracite coal during 1
May emounted to 3,264,320 tons.against |
•,00ft,16k tons is May iaat year. FW* 1
ihe year, to date, Ihe shipments aggre-
gate 10.709.7-J3 tons, contrasted with
24.S73.054 ton? in the corresponding
peno'l laEt year.
Up to IIer.
"I hear you are contemplating mat
rlmony, old man," raid UreckP. "How
"it's a fact," replied Brown, "but
the outcome of my contemp'ation de-
pends on the widow's might."
"How's that?" queried Green.
She might decide to marry me,
an 1 then on the other hand she rii ;ht
not, answered Brown.- Chicago Iuiiy
Ia U«o For Over 30 Year®.
Tlus liiiul You liuve Alwui-e Ituugbt
Women Want Much.
Skoller uf courm.. Ih,' generic
term "man" iiicliiilcs the om n-
Marvnl Nut always.
BkoUer—O! ye*. You ee-
Maryat Nonsense' For infitiinee,
the sentenre, "Man walitn hill little
here helow." would he ridiculous m
(hat case. Washington Star.
Anxious Father Hut do you feel
:.\tre that you can make my daughter
culm Tooth -I b*v*n't thought
nhout that Hut 1 ha..- Anally d*
ddeil thai she can maU.i me happy.
An Unfinished Course.
"Does your son graduate this
"Oh, no. He lias another year on
the track team."—Cleveland Pluin
"You don't buy so much meat now.
"No. indeed; since all these awful
talcs, our family has turned valetudi-
.M NDEKi:!) wn n
r crack nor I
last twice as long as
e laundered with othei
ind give th
h better satislac tion
you want your husband
ther or son to look
.. to feel comfortabh
to be thoroughly happy
11 E i I A N t h
ARCH in t h
idry. It is sold liv all
m1 grocers at
Hi ounces. Inferior
irehes sell at the lame
per package but cou-
sin only m ounces. NoU
the difference. Ask
grocer lor hill AMI STAKCH
Insist on gi ttinR it and you will u<
anv other brand.
defiance Starch company, CiKcb.
Vo HOT ACCEPT A 8UBSTITUTE. ooctcrrbor.
oo trery bo^.
nt I.MU3 T*r*n« r"
if pisu'iu.mn Kt* -f*' .'I
KASV.3 CrfY. HQ. (w " no""' tt m
S •; Sft- j ti & $ — —
YOU PAvi" SOPO"I?
■fa C1CAWS NOT SO^OOD
A Kisser's Doom.
Pill- I see it said that C?.pt. Uleh
mend T*earson Hobson is nursing a
Jill—if the boom oonld spssk to
Hobson. it would probably say: "Kiss
me good-by, and K(il" \onkers
the Int-t Tlmt'*
.> liall J'.lue. At
(iood heilPe! (M prr* UH
u In I hi . buy lied ' V«i
lea l n« grneer ( fi cents.
It is teldoiu that revenge Is as
tweet af th" receipt indicai. il tiiat Ii
would ik. i'ueii.
Defiance Starch Jood, h it or cold—
the bast Tor a 1 kinds of laundry w. rk.
Hi oz. for loe.
l he eompeitth e y; t hi may cause a
great deal or wa>te, but It develops
muiiy tine huniun qualities.
0 -od. Hot or Cold
lb oi.. for 10c.
Deflanee St irch,
ider dog Just to gel
Heading Him OIT.
Browne Hut why do you ssk me
to lend him a dollar as a personal fa-
vor to you? Are you under obligation
••.wiie No: but it you don t hell
come to me for It.
Knew His Place.
"What did you think of your daugl
tor's graduation essay?"
"1 didn't permit myself to think
about it." answered Mr Cumrox. "1
simply did my duty and admired it"
— Washington Star.
Some men would be happy If they ;
possessed the ability to do others an
others do them -Chicago Dally News
Don't 'pod \ out riot new. I e I ted
11;,II Mine ii lid keep them white u mow.
All grocer*, fi cent* a pHek.tge.
There isn't much fun In making love
to a girl if she knows you really mean
.Mm, Win Io h ^nothing Njrmr.
F««r « li' -I't'u if< thlnn ■ fU o« Uf iiuin«, r«'«i«. • • tn
flauiinnleu. p lu. curt* wind e« Mo.
A Woman's idea of a stingy tnsn is
one who never pays her « inipllnients.
e v £ a v t 5! cm b m r &
When a fit of dis;M psia is on, a man sect pycryihtiij; Jarkly. U«
better the ht-allh.
is the best Fond for alHcla^esj^fallv disnontlcs. So prepared
that while the whole body is nourished, it helps to regulate the
bowels and strengthen the nerves. A l'ood—not a drttg.
IPalQtable—Nutritious—Cnsy oi Dic^stton and frnady t Eat
Can lie served hut. Pul In a lid oven lor a Isw minutes i cr cook In bolllna milk to u inuih.
10s o parage. rorsni.tyR^r* ,
A1' moi'li hhbi'I ilmn'iit GroCOiO | (jachagO
ui; :i luiivi'1 of bpfiid t-irt'Dr rrlcn'a Cfe n liMklng I ewdor, Delickma
U„ |.,i,.,lh. '.m.« f'.oJ « „i.r «'a |. 'v 0.- .MI., I.:., ni-v-.-r 1 cuinwtM.
H«" « I " 'I'. •«" S 7 !«„, to chili! - unv of hi. pro luct.. lh y a«v. >l <>.
lo Ul : u . suae : u ol l,rir qwUty puiiur.
Den t I
toufunmUlo vlirir rt-qulami'i.ti
^To'c-ii'.''> 'i 'l. " - Mcrchiint. o. Why Mot Try IT I WM|
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