Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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TOM 11 WOOS1.KY, Editor
MULHALL, • • OKLAHOMA
O K I. \ i i«i M \ \ M) INDIAN l»!(!;iroitY
i l»nlI<1 a 300
Mountain Vi« \v «*otU
liiurt' cotton pickcrs.
Yukoh cit'z iin propt
liirrel flouring mill then*.
U I». Irwin has been appoint
master at IVdtv. Noble county.
V waterworks* company has organized
at Lawton anil hu.s incorporated.
The women of Lamont drove a |
ho< x* h r-c<kk']ic show out of town.
The Citizen**" State bank at Cordell
has incorporated; capital 810,000.
The 11 rant county scat case will coinc
np before Judge Me A tee in December.
Oklahoma pajx'rs are roasting Si na
tor Tillman for hi.s lecture on the race
The Choctaw is to build a shed at
Oklahoma City '.o l»y ;0ofcet for storage
Frisco surveyors have run two lines
into Perry, one of them direct from
Cattlemen have l.luo head of stock in
the Coyle 'stock yards, to Ik- fattened
The federal.jail at Guthrie has 43
prisoners in it. the smallest number in ,
The territorial univi rsity football
team is hot after the championship of
Andrew Carnegie has w ired to Guth
rie that he has set aside 000 for a
new public library there.
W. t\ J ones, the immigration agent j
of the Frisco, thinks t>>t road w ill
build a branch line to Anadarko.
The J'ank of Kiel ha> b«-«• n moved t<>
Hitchcock and takes the nam** of the
First National bank of Hitchcock.
Cattlemen of lJeaver county are [
claiming that the inspection fee or- i
dered by the Kansas board ia unjust.
It is stated in Oklahoma that the
Choctaw, Oklahoma «fc Gulf road will !
Ik* running trains into Wichita next
.rake Mower is to be prosecuted upon
a charge of making a fraudulent re- !
linquishment of a claim at the El Ileno
.The Fitzgerald laud company has in- j
eorporated so as t*> conclude the pur- ;
chase of the Camp Supply reservation |
for the Fitzgerald colony.
A mail bag from Lahoma to Uock
Island points was cut open and 81,400
in drafts and 8000 in other forms stolen.
Many of tin- drafts have been cashed in
The new town of Thacker, Comanche
county, has running springs on the
townsite. Thacker is located on the
surve;, of tile Frisco road now being
built through that locality
El Ileno is experiencing a w onderful
religious revival. There is in> church
in the city that would hold the crowds
which have been attending the meet-
ings and six of the churches united in
building a tabernacle which will seat
about 2000 people.
Charles Sabel, «»f Manitowoc, Wis.,
is supposed to be in Oklahoma. He
has been missing since July. He is a
light complcxioncd man. height about
five feet eight inches, his age 40 years;
but he looked younger, lie had a gold
watch with the picture of bis wife and
son on the inside of the ease. H»» wore
a ring with the initial S and had about
9500 in money with him. lie smoked
cigarettes and at times was very ner-
vous. I lis weight w as about M0 pounds
The El lleno American is leading the
search for him.
John Pharo, of Custer county was
bruised up and had a rib broken when
his cow ran over him.
A temporary injunction has been '
issued against commencing the build- I
>f the new Normal school at Cranitc.
The case was brought by the Weather-
Miss Grace Wells, whose home was i
south of Watonga, was assisting her j
father to prop up a fallen portion of i
his barn, ai!* was killed by the fall of ;
timbers which held up heavy feed. Her
neck was broken.
A Methodist University is to be lo-
cated at .Oklahoma City bj the Metho*
dists of the two territories. Moth
branches of tRe M E. church unite in
< . L. McLaughlin has shipped more
than 300 carloads of black walnut logs
from Northeastern Oklahoma from the
vicinity of the Arkansas river and some
in Pawnee and Osage eountie-. The
logs are worth from §* to £io a thou-
sand feet, inch measure. They are
shipped to Hamburg. Germany, at a
through freight rate of : cent-
Miss Alma Me Fall, of the Medford
Iligh school, was awarded a sewing
machine as first prize in the elocution-
ary contest at the Deer ( reek fair Miss
Etta Thomas, from the a me seh
was a close second. Of tin- eight <
testants every one graded from . o to
Alphonse Martin raised a crop of 1
wheat, getting 'J'i bushels to the acre.
After harvest he harrowed tin ground
and planted corn from which he ex-
pects to get thirty-11 ve bushels 1 . the
Townsite appraisers ar*1 working at
Woodville, Chickasaw nation
The government townsite surveyors
re-surveying the town vif i lurei lore.
.James I\ Yager. «»f South McAlester
has been appointed I way mail clerk.
Muskog. . wants a meeting of editors
of l»oth territories *at that place on
The lumber business in Indian Ter-
ritory is immens.-. The saw mills are
all working overtime.
A telephone line i< being built from
Coffeyville, Kas., to Watonga, I. T., to
intersect with the Hell lines at both
The Kev .J M Laird, of the Mvs,
O. T . M. E. church, has been made
presiding cider of the Mus.v««Lree. I. T..
\ special car has l>ecn engaged to
take the Oklahoma City delegation U
the single statehood « onv. i.r u at Mus
kogee on N«»veml»er It
President Koos*.*vadt has commuted
the sentence of James W. WiN.ui. a
boy w ho was e.»nvictc I of horse steal-
ing in Indian Territory.
Thomas Warren, of Oklahomac
expects to sell 7,-00 bushels of
potatoes »iff his 00 acre field of
He is getting £i a bushel.
. The new town ;n WashH:
where the road cr-• s-.es Timb.
has been named Hecks in
Becks IJrick. «>f \Y» at ierfor.1.
Indian agent Shoenfcldt refuses per-
mits for hunting parties from Kansas
of whom bund ret l> have been going
into Indian Territory to hunt.
The average ».\ rve of the national
•hanks of Indian Tcrrittiry or. Septem-
ber 30 was 29.00 per cent against 32.20
per cent on July l '». Individual depos-
its w ere S4. S.'J!. 172.
Jesse Lee, of South McAlester, was
accidentally killed at' Lehigh, L T.
While dressing a pistol fell from the
pocket of his room mate and. was dis-
charged. the ball striking Lee.
The Chickasaw legislature s act in
appropriating $5,000 to pi«y Senator
Hurton for his services as the attorney
of the nation is protested against and
the president will be asked not to a]>-
prove the law.
A single statehood mass meeting at
Vinita heard speeches by prominent
citizens from different places in the
territory, among whom were Clifton
li. Hreckenridge and Col. 'I 1 >. Needles
of the Dawes commission.
The citizens of Sulphur have sent
samples of the water from several
springs there to,Washington for analy-
sis. There is an effort being made to
induce congress to declare their town-
ship a government reservation.
Milton Thompson, a farmer near
Maker, captured an animal that none
of the neighbors could give a name for.
It weighed 7."» pounds, had short legs,
gray fur. and long claws. Thompson
got a gallon of grease from the carcass.
Lewis Bingham was drilling wheat
near Independence and while crossing
a ravine the tongue broke and the dril
box caught his legs holding him fast
for an hour before help came. Luckily
the team remained quiet all t'nat time.
I he Cherokee i i a * i < • 11 «i 1 council met
aiul the lower branch onr-vni/ed by the
election of Mart»n V. Bcnge. speaker;
L. Shelton, clerk; William W. liar-
nage, assistant clerk; Henry < ovel and
.lames llonclly. interpreters, ami Marry
I 'reedman. sergeant.
A young man from GrilYs. I. I took
a young woman of t'l.at place to Fort
Smith and left her in a restaurant while
he should go to procure a marriage
license. She was given a rot mi when
night came on. and the next day she
went out to Hunt for c.ra\ She said
Gray had Sl "> of her mom \ and l.'i cents
of his own.
G. W. Black plead guiltj in the fed-
eral court at Tecumseh, of shipping
quails out ot the territory and was
The new Electric Light and Power
company of Guthrie has increased its
capital to s'.«»,"UOO ami expects to en-
large its plant.
The Blackwell. Enid A southwestern
railroad will build a line to CotTeyville,
Kansas, within the next year. . The
"lies" line directors state that they do
not need G< •uhl.mouc\ behind them to
make their road a big line.
Governor Johnston, of the ("hickasaws
advised tin* legislature that "his salary
of 81,r»0() w as inadequate and the salary
'of governor was raised t » >l."oo. 'com-
mencing with the next term.
George W right, I'nited States Indian
inspector, and F. C. Hubbard, deputy
I'nited States marshal, with headquar-
ters at Muskogee. I. T.. wen in Kan-
sas Cit > fogether, a few daos since.
Mr. IIuhhurd was one of the founders
anil owners of tin .Muskogee Pho-nix.
Mr. Wright has so iiany and various
duties that he is nickn;. ned "TheC/.ar."
The Holdenville c.mwation selected
Wm. O'Brien, a business man of Tish-
omingo, as commissioner for Indian
Territory at the st. Louis exposition.
The Kansas City Southern railway
force of men to work and
n each side of their track
ox cars were plnced to pre-
'ssing of the O/ark and
itral railway grading for
d at Westville
.he Kansas ( it
The Diamond Bracelet
Dy MRS. HENRY WOOD.
Author of East Lynr.e, Etc.
W Will ■HUM i
ej e. He nodded. hesitated, au.i then
crossed the street as if to enter.
"It Is Gerard!" utter d Alice, under
her breath. "Can he be coming here?"
CHAPTER I. |
The aft. moon of a hot June day was
drawing towarls iv nl: g, and the
great world of LeineUn—for it was the
j be glit of the • non—waa beginning to ' lie walked away from the w indow
think of dinnei In a well-furnished hastily, and .-at il wn by the bedecked
dr. ssing ro m. the win ows being open table in the other room.
for air. the blinds drawn down to ex- | "Just as 1 supposed!" exclaimed
elude the sun. stood a lady whose ni tid Gerard 11 pe euti ring. and advancing
was giving til • touch to her rii li altlre.
It was Lady Sarah Hope.
i "What bracelets, my lady?' aslcd
!he maid, tak ng a small bunch of
keys from her pocket.
; "None, now; it is so very hot, Alice,
added l.ady Sarah, turning to a young
lady who wui> lea: i. g ba> k on the sofa,
"have them ready dis-p ayed for me
to Alice with stealthy st»ps. When
1 saw you at the window, the thought
struck m<' that you weie alone here,
and th".v at dinner. Thomas happened
to be air ng h:ri. If at the do r, so 1
c rosaed and ?k d him. and came up.
How are you, Mi. ? '
"Have you come to dinner?" inquir-
ed Air. sj e iking at random and
put a In;:,
vent the u
the new ro.
tent ion of
when I com. up
• '! have thfm read;. T.udy Sarah?
returned MI'S Se.iton.
If you wi 1 be so kind. ll it;hes,
give the key to Miss S-aton."
Lady Sarah left the room, and then
the mai.I. Hughes b -an taking oiv
of the small ke> - oil the ring, "t have
got leave to go oin. miss." she explain-
ed, "and am going dir.- tlv. My moth-
er Is not well, an 1 wants to see m
This is the key, miss."
As MUs S ati n tool; It, Lady Sarah
reappeaied at the d >or. "Alice, you
may as well.bring the jewel box down francis here still 7"
to the ba li drawing room. I sha'.l not , "Oh. yes; s'. e is ioii. t.i r< main here
care to come up here after dinner; we some time."
and 1 will decide | angry at her own agitation
"I c me to dinner!" repeated Mr.
Hop-. Why, you know they'd as soon
sit down with the hangman."
"Indeed, I know nothing about it. 1
was in h pes >\ u an 1 tile Colonel
might be je nill -d. Why did you
come in? Thomas will tell."
"No." he v.on't. I to d him not. Alice,
the id<a of your nev r coming up till
June! S me whim ot" Lady Sarah's
I suppi'--.-. Two or three times a week
for the last month have I been march-
ing pa-t t is h us ■■. won I. ring when
it xva ig to s'hiv. si::; . of 1 If■ Is
up fo.— A' c . was it not
a shame to turn mo ou:'.''
"I was extremely .orry for what
happened. Mr. Hope, but I knew noth-
thall be late as it is." • .
"What'si-that abc.ut a Jewel box?" in
quired a pretty lo< k ng 'g rl, who had
come frtim another apjrtment.
"Lady Sarah wishes me to hii g her ing of the details. Lady Sarah said
bracelets down to the drawing room, you had displeased the Colonel, and
that she may choose which to put on. after that she n ver mentioned your
It was too hot, to dine in them." name."
"Are you not coming in to dinner to-
"No. I walked out, and It has tired
me. as usual. I have had some tea in-
"I would not be >ou for a 1 the
world, Alice! To poss.s, so little capa-
bility for enjoying life. N >, not even
for you, Alice."
"Yet if you were as I ain, wi ak in
health and str ng.h. your lot wou'.d
have been so smoothed to you that you
would not repine .at or regret it."
"Yru me. n I shou'd be content,"
laughed the young ladv." "Well, there
"What a show of smart things you
have got here, Alic ! Are you going
to set up a bazaar?".
"They are Lady Sarah's bracelets."
"So they ar 1 see! This is a gem."
added Mr Hop . taking up the fine
diamond brui t- «*t already mentioned.
I don't n me uibe, !:'« one."
"It is new. The colonel has just
given it te> her."
"What did it cost?"
"Do you think I am likely to know?
1 question if Lady ra ah lined It her-
"It never-cost a farthing less than
Is nothing like contentment, the sages -00 guineas," ni i eel Mr. Hop ., turning
tell us. One of my detestable school | the biaeelet in various directions, that
room copies used to be "Contentment its ri li diamonds might giw out their
is happiness.' "
"I can hear the dinner being taken
in," said Alice; "you will be late in the
As Lady Francis Chenevlx turned
away to fly down the stalls, her light,
rounded fo;m, her elastic step, all tell-
ing of health and enjoyment, presented
a marked contrast to that of A'ice Sea-
ton. Alice's face was indeed strangely
beautiful; almost too refined and deli-
cate for the wear and tear of common
life; but her li ure was weak and
stooping and her gait feebh . Of ex-
ceedingly good family, she had sud-
denly been thrown from her natural
position of we ilili and comfort to com- i
parative poverty, and had found refuge
as "companion" to Lady Sarah Hope, i
Colonel Hope- w i. a thin, spare- man,
with sharp b:own >>• .-< and sharp fea-
tures, looking s-i shrunk and short.
gleaming light. "I wish it was mine."
"What 8he.uld you do with it?"
"1 do not. understand." returned
Alice. She really did not.
"I b g your pardon. Alice. I was
thinking of the colloquial ling, famil-
iarly applied to such transa tien- in-
stead of to whim I was talking. I
meant to raise money upon 1 ."
"Oh, Mr. Hope!'
"Alic \ that's twie ■ y. u li tve called
me 'Mr. Hope.' I thought I was Ger-
ard' to you before 1 w nt. away.'
"Time has elap- d »i • i■.■, and you
seem like a st:anger a-;ain" returned
AIU , a flush rising to her sensitive
face. 'Bat you sp k> ot raising
money. I hi pe yi.u ar . not in tempo-
"A Jolly good ' thing for me If it
that he must have lie n smuggled into; turns out only tempo.a-y." he rejoin-
the army under weigh:, tin ess hr had
since, be. u growing downwards. N i
stranger could hav. le li v .1 him at
ease in his circumstances, any more
than they could l ave le'liev. el him a
iol uel who had s en hard s rvice in
India for his cloth s w. re frequ ntly
threadbare. A bl: k rlbb.m supplied
the p a e of gold chai i, as guaid to his
wat 'h. and a blue tin v king thing
of a galvan.z d .ling did duty for an-
other ring in hs finger. Yet he was
rich; of fabul'.us rkl.e people said;
but he was e>f a close disposition, es-
pecially as r gard d his personal out
lay. In his homo and to his wife he
was lib i ti. They had he n married
several wars but had no c hildren, and
his 'large property was not entailed;
it was b la v d til it his n , h w, G r-
anl Hope would In'he rlf it, but s me
! spilt, had recently occtnred, and
C ra d had b en tn n I from the
luiu.. . Lady Francis Chen vix, the
sister of 1/idy S.ra'i. 1 nt lemsiderably
y mng r. had h • -:i pay ng them an
c! 'i;t month-.' \ i -it in the eountry, and
had ::o» iiiih'. n: to town a 11h them.
ed. "I^onk my position! r>-bts
hanging ov. r my h a 1 for yeiu may
'be sure. AUe >, a'l young men, with a
limited aTowanc • and large expecta-
tions, contract tl.eni- and thrust out
of my unci 's home w i11 i the loose cash
T had in my po k ts.-and my clothes
. sent after me."
"lla.i the Ceilonel stopped your al-
i Mr. Hope ' laid down the biacelet
from whence he had taken it, before,
"lie stopped it then, and 1 have not
had a s illllng sinci . exccpt ftom my
own resource-.-. I first went upon tick;
then 1 dispose 1 of my watch' and chain,
and all my other little matt is of
vnlil' . unci now 1 am upon t ie k again."
"1'i'em what?' uttered Alice.
"You don't unel rstand th> -e free
terms, Alic-.'' he slid, lcokiig fondly
: at hi r. "and I h pe you may never
have O' oloi:-. Francis wi-iu d. she
has livi d'In their.atmosphere,"
Yes. I know u at an embarrassed
Alice Hi it i: :•> on ila ;,i fl)r )m|f man the Karl I-. if you
that the erossing
iu : ■ aids
>■ >ut nern 114
n ir their
all hour, and ti:- a. takh g ill braeelet-
!>o\ In h. r hand- el. nded to the
drawing rooms. It was intens ly hot;
a sultry, breathless heat, 'and Alice
threw open the back w.ndow- which,
in truth niadi it h; 110 .- f )r the sun
gleemrd light tliwa t the leads which
■tietched thenis. I\ s beyond the win-
dow. ov. .' tb out buildings at the
back ( f the row of ho l-os.
She :at down near the back window
and began to put out ome of the
bracelets 011 tie table liefo/e it. They
were rare and rich; of plain geld, ot
sllvi , of pear' of precious stones. One
of them was of se.ild links, studded
with diamond- tt was very valuable,
and ha 1 b en th p s nt of Calonel
Hope to h 1 - wife on h r rcc lit birth-
day, Another dlamonel brarelit was
lie:.., but It was lint so beautiful or 80
cosily 11 th!-. Whe n h r task was
lone. Mi Seat. 11 passed Into the
fr nt dr v in ■ to ni. an 1 thr w up 011 ■
. f its larg ■ win ! w . Still th re was
no air in the r 1 m. As .he stood nt
it a h nd on: yo :ag m m, tall and
powerful, who « . walking on the op-
p-ju'le side ' f tli s r t. c:ujht her
But f am grieved to h ar ab.ut vour-
s If. Is the Colonel implacable? What
was the e-ause of the quarrel?"
"You knew I was to be his heir.
Even if children had come to him he
had undertak n amply to provide for
me. Last Chr stmas he suddenly sent
for me, and told me It was Ills plea ure
and Lady Sarah's that I should take
up my abode with th m. Si I did
glad to get Into : u: h go d quart' rs,
and stopped ther •. like an 1:: ."lit,
unsuspicious lamb, till—when v i.- it.
Alice-? \|:ril. Then the plot cam*'
out. They hit-' fixa-l up an a wife for
me, and 1 was to hold myself In renli-
re'ss to marry her nt any given mo-
"Who was It?" inquired Alio-, in u
>w tone, as she b nt her head ov r
J ' Never mind," snld Mr. Hope "it
wasn't you. I said I w uld not have
her, and they b th lie and Lad;' Si-
rah, pulicel me and my tast" to ph
and assured nie 1 was a inons'i r of in-
Eiatltude. It p ov k I ni" Intc. cun-
'Vtilnr that I Ilk d somebody e lse bet-
fvr, the Col ti 1 tu:ii -d me oat."
| Alice loot I lier sorrow. bu». «e did
1 not express tt.
"Aud 3.ne-e» then I have been having
a fight with my creditors, putting them
off with fair wards and promises. But
they have grown incredulous, and it
has c me to dodging. In favor with
my uncle and his ackn w edged heir,
t.iey would hive given me unlimited
time and c edit, but the breach Is
known, and it makes all the difference.
With the vali. of that at my disposal"
I —nodding at the biacelet—"I should
stop som. pressing trill s and go 011
again for awhil So you see, Alice, a
diamond brae 1 t in iv be of use even
to a gentleman, should some genial
fortune drop such Into Ills hauds."
"I sympathize with you very much,"
said Alice, "and 1 wish I had it in my
power to aid you."
"Thank you for your kind wishes; I
know they are ge nuine. Whan my
uncle sees the name of Gerard Hope
i figuring In the insolvent list, or among
the outlays, he—Hark! can they be
coming up f:om dinner? '
"Scarcely yet," said Alice, starting
up simultane. u.-ly with hims If, and
list 'iiing. "But they will not bit long
today b cans the> are going to the
opera. Geraiel. they must not find you
"And get >• u turned out as well as
myself! No! not if I can help it.
Alice"—suddenly laying his hauls
upon her shoulders, and gizlng down
into her eyes—"do you know who il
was 1 had learned to love, Instead oi
—of the other?"
She gaspi el for br ath, and her colot
went and came.
"No—no; do not tell me, Gerard."
"Why, 110, I had better not Undei
pre'sent di e umstatie es, but when the
good time conn's- tVr all their high-
ioped indignation must and will blow
over—then I will! and here's the
pledge of it." He bent his head, te>o,';
one long, eaine t kiss from her lips,
j and was gone.
Agitated a most to sickness, tremb-
ling and confused, Alice sto'e to look
aft r him, t rrifl el 1-st he might not
escape unseen. She crept partly down
stairs, so as to ob ain sight of the
hall door and make sure that he got
out. in saftty. As he drew it open,
there stood a lady just about to knock.
She said something to him and he
waved his band toward the staircase.
Alice saw ti at the visit r was her sis-
ter, a lady well married and moving
in the fashionable world. She met her
and took h"r into the f ont drawing
j "1 cannot stay to sit down. Alice; I
must make haste back to dress, for I
j am engaged to three or four places to-
night. Neither do I wish to horrify
I-ady Sirah with a v sit at this unto-
j ward hour. I had a request to make
to you and thought to catch you be-
fore you went In to dinner."
"They are alone and are dining
earlier than usual. I was too tired to
appear. What can I do for you?"
"In eine word- I am in pressing need
for a little money. Can you lend it
"I wish I could." returned Alice; "I
am s > very sorry. I sent all I had to
j poor mamma the day before we came
I to town. It was only £2".."
"That w 11 d hav b ■ 11 of no use to
me; I want more. 1 thought if you
had been mis. ring up your -alary you
might have had a liu.uir. el pounds o.
I so by you."
Alice shoetk . er head.
"I should 1" a long whi'e saving up
a hundred p unds. ev n if d ar 111 im-
ma had no wants But 1 send to her
| what I ' an spare. Do not be in such
a hurry," continued Alice, as her sis-
ter was moving to the door. "At least
wait one minute till I fetch you a let-
ter I received fiom mamma this morn-
ing in answer to mine. You will like
to read it, for it is full of news about
the old place. You can take it home
(To he continued.)
TRIMMED HAT FOR "MERIKY."
America I'm. Ilii: fur an l-liigllHli SVnnim
iiikI s|u« Returned.
One nay a stout person .penetrated
from the laundry to the drawing-room
door, hastily pulling down the sleeves
over her scarlet muscular arms "If
| you plia.e. Missus," she said, "doost'a
think th' young lad.v as is so clever at
j trlmmin' lli'at. a'el be so kind as to
! trim me oop orie? A' 'arelly like to
ask. but lion's that kind a' thowt a il
j try." . The yuung lady, u visitor in the
house, was (s.eatly taken with the
j idea, and the- dolly till) was left to It-
. self for.a time while Kliza expounded
her views, which were driiuite, as'to
choice among the Jin vailing fashions,
i When the work of art was completed
she expressed high satisfaction. "A'
want. 1 to la . well wen a' goes over
there to 111 > .-on and 'is family, d'yo'
■see'?' 0\er where, Eliza?" "Why,
over at 'Mei iky. Missus; a m going te>
see 1111 just now A' meant to las
year, but a1 conldna save quite enough
for th' pas. age money; now wi' yo'
washln' all winter that's a' right, so
a'm goln' over In th' Teutonic week
after next to 'ave a look round at them
aw Chen s my sister's 'usband out
te>o sli ce last Barnahy, and my tiee-
bour m weii. While work's been slack
In town, folks theiwt they'd try th'
oth.-r side." So Eliza tried the other
too, but not finding it to her
returm 1 to Milltown nnel reap-
at the washtuh with as little In
ay of travelers' tales as any one
who ever left her iuit i\ • land -Nine-
"Straw* sh.in Wlilt'li Way the Wind
and lhi» constantly Increasing demand
for and steady gre wth In popularity
of St. Jacob's Oil among all classes of
people in every part of the civilized
world, show conclusively w hat remedy
the people use for their Rheumatism
aud bodily aches and pains. Facts
speak louder than words, and the fact
remains undisputed that the sale of St.
Jacob's Oil Is greater than all other
remedies for outward a| plication com-
bined. It acts like magic, cures where
everything else fails, conquers pain.
j Sometimes be font new shoes
, broken in the\ are broken out.
KRD ruo^ H\Lf. IUA t
Should be ill i-very home A-!; your (jroccr
| for it i*ar.e 1 »»/ tmu .x ige «>uly •"» t ents.
Present of I * l*11i]>|* in- Product*.
President Roosevelt was recently
presented a handsome cano and several
pieces of cloth manufactured in vtjie
Philippine islanels by A Ai.ren. a Fil-
ipino merchant traveling in this coun-
try to ge't a kaowledg of American
mercantile net bed-
Iltlg *nlmon f'Htrh si '!»• Went.
The salmon itchera on th*» North
Pacific coast - >m rr-:« catch oveffe
5,000 fish at on. haul.and aro compell-
ed to throw thousands back for want
of seine room Canneries art running
at breakneck speed. Labor is very
srarre and small girl.; employed as
helpers are making $3 a day.
I i n VJsiiH to nenmHrk.
I King Edwu'.d ia the first King of
Great Drit.iin to vis't Denmark since
the time when Englan !. Denmark and
Norway had th• r> ! in ti:« per-
son of Canute (Knudj, who di d 1035,
and is bwri .1 i: Wi: .J.'.mes
VI. of Se itlan 1 visited I Denmark in
1590. but he was ti en h • y t King
of England New Vo U }' st.
"Varrfnat Ion Ciuirerti.''
There is a smallpox . » in Eng-
land and an Ingenious vicar in Kent_,
has devised "vaccination concerts" for
the hop gatherers. A l>.:;id plays in a
big tent, aud in u smalle r tent are vac-
cination officers, whi'* ti -- vicar and
hi* assistants go througli the audience
urging the desirability of vaccination.
iC Lrgnlljr a i'ipc
A shifter employed : ;• tli«- Lumbtoti
tollierles was char^ <i with a breach
of tlie colliery rules, which prohibits
taking of a tobaco • ; .:ito 11 •«• mine,
ft was admitt ■<* tiiat !< fen ant bad
a partly smoked cigrir"*t» in h- pock
€t. and on behalf of th - pros- . ution It
was conteii'iel that a |..sner charged
with tobacco was a pipe within the
meaning of the rule The magistrates
upheld this view, and fined d !>adaiit!^
twenty shillings and « sts.
THE CHAMPION WING SHOT.
t M|>t. ItngnrtiiiK ti** t* I i|'« r'*
eiii f Imt < Out I nhart.
Ferris Wheel Park Chi agp, NosAj
4th.—Capt. \ li Bog.i !us, the cham-
pion wing shot of the world, has spent
the summer here His shooting sehool
has been one of the features of th**
Park during the season. He has glf*
en many exhibitions and his skill with
the rifle is superb.
The Captain tellg of a very close
call he on< ha«l wh n liv rg at Elk-
hart, 111. H had l» -it a suff rer from
Kidney disease for veral years and
it rapidly developed into IJright's Di»
ease. All hi., friends told him that
this was incurable and that he would
never get better.
To bay that he was alarmed is to
put it very mildly. Thin plucky man
hail faeed many dang» r, ind it made
him sick at heart t<» think that at,
last he was to b«- eonqucr* 1 by such
a cruel foe.
At last he heard of a medicine that
had cured many such cases—Dodd's
Kidney Pills He used them and was
•ompletely restored to good health.
He says "I attribute my present
good health to Dodds Kidney Pills
and to nothing else."
Sav.ijje Social Modc-f.
In Korea visiting cards measuring a
foot square are in vogue. The savages
ejf Dahomey anno nee their visits to
each other by lending in advance a
wooden board or the 'branch of a tre<^
artistically carved. When the visit
is paid the "card" returns to the pos-
session of its owner, who probably
uses it for many years. The natives
of Sumatra .:se for a visiting card a
piece of wood about a foot long, dec-
orated with a bunch of straw aud a
KIDDER'S PASTILLES. ' Ast^a.
i I y innil. rent*.
I at k'tttow n, UlU.
$8.00 For this
AT YOUR STATIOIV.
Other Bizt'H eqdally low.
BUY OF THE r/AKLf<
Jones (i Io Pays the Freight.)
Bingiujiton, N. Y.
:IET WBATjtSR HATS'
r ' r ;
BY THE GF
KcforiiiH In Old Mr\lco.
President I>inz is said to be consid-
erlng plana to cluck ti e tnib's in Mex-
ico. One eif th" greatett of these is
the great M ' ;ti I -. 11 ■ ;\ with drnw-
Inga one* a month la the city of Mox-
c et. Uo s Id z i ntemplate any Inter*
relic# •'•1th that?—St. L I, SLur.
HAVE TM5 AAMEt POINTS
SKEXCtlliUNCr AWi> Cive
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