The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 21, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 9, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita's Dependable Stor
That is what has made the store what it iftoday the largest in
the Cherokee Nation and a reputation tliy extends all over the
Indian Territory. What you buy from you can depend upon
its being what we claim for it if you fir
will cheerfully refund your money.
We will mention a few items this w
All Wool Flannels.
All wool rod (lnnnols 25 inches wido
hoavy qunlity ntul tnst colors wort 20c
ft- 15c por yard
A honvy till wool flnnnol in rod or
bluo 27 iuchoB wldo nnd oxtrtv heavy
worth 25c at 20c por yard
Cotton and Outing Flannels.
1000 yards grfod woight cotton
flnnnols 25 inchos wido worth 7c por
yard for a fow days wo will mako tho
prico only 6c por yard
For 8ic por yard wo will offer tho
best quality of cotton flannols manu-
factured. This is a very hoavy and
wido quality with a long knap and is
novor sold for loss than 10c por yard
for a fow days only 8Jc por yard
75 piocos Amoskoag Tearlodowns
in plain colors small figures and stripes
nd largo plaids. This is tho host qual-
ity of outing flannels wovon don't buy
a substituto insist on it boing brandod
"Amoskoag." Wo havo thom in any
quantity and any stylo at 10c tho yard
Ladies' and Children's
Childron's union suits ages from -1 to
14 years heavy quality and full sizes
mado with a drop soat at. . . .25c per suit
Ladios' hoavy union suits nicoly fin-
ished with soft floocing tho kind
you havo paid 75c for at. . . 50c por suit
Ladies' two pioco suit woighs ono
pound to tho garment tho best qual-
ity you ever saw at 70c per suit
or s .35c per garment
not as represented we H;
that cool weather
0 pairs cotton bod blankots woighs
2 1- pounds to tho pair 104 wido vory
sotand fleocy at 4Gc the pair
GO pairs hoavy woolon blankots in
nod colors 10-1 wido and contains moro
ivarmth than any blankot ovor offorod for
tho monoy only 2.50 tho pair
For 3.00 tho pair wo offer an all wool
bod blankot in gray and rod colors also in
white with boautiful bordors. You will
not find a blankot of this quality in any
storo for less than 3.50.
Fino hoavy comforts at 75c 1.00 and
1. 50 oach
Shawls and Hoods.
Fascinators shawls and hoods all col-
ors all stylos and all pricos. Soo tho shiwl
wo aro soiling for 25c each it is tho boat
you ovor saw for tho monoy.
Ladies' and Children's-
Wraps. Wo aro showing tho host styles tho
best matorials and tho largest assortmont in
Viuita. Don't buy your wintora wraps till
you soo what wo aro showing.
Thoso stylish looking hats you soo tho
ladios wearing woro mado in our millinory
DAYS OF JUBILAIIUN.
Many Sister State Stmt Worthy
Sons to World Pair City to
Receive Their Due Recognitor!.
ChhRGF.D WHH MURDErT
I Committed Near Ardmore Over Ten
Fino Jail weather this.
There U mi coal famine here.
Corn buskers aro In demand.
1 L.; Sorer went to Muskogco yes-
terday. O. W. Orcen wai down from KoUo
J. W. Skinner was hero from Adair
Fino coUco and tea a specialty at
W II. Morrison was In from Duck
Frank Skinner of lilt: Cabin was In
tho city Monday.
Cash or trade paid for butter and
eggs at HdlcHtltic'c
II. O. Bland of the townslti com-
rnlsilon Is In Mutkngcc.
J A. and T. K. Thompson leftTues-
day nlht for Tahhquali.
Chairman Long of t'u ttwnsltc
c 'ininlvteo Is In St. LouK
Mayor Trultt of Afton was a vis'
lt'ir hero Tuesday afternoon.
Geo. Nldlffer caino back from Mus-
4c;gco on the flyor Monday night.
Mr. and Mrf. John Chandler aro
spcndlogafewdays in Muskogee.
Arch D. Ncal tho brilliant Ghcti-
pa attojrey Is heraTuoiday on legal
Mrs. MrKomlo nnd Nat Cure of
Blujackot wcro visiting relatives hero
It. J. V Drowsier special airent of
tho department of justice was hero
Wanted A name for tho pictures-
que lake on Illinois avenuo noar Wil-
Ilanloy & Klnsella fancy blended
coffoo makoi a splendid drink. At
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Chandler
left for a few dayV visit In Si. Louis
W. S. Irvln the eniclrnt Territo-
rial Internal revenue collector win
Money to Loan at 4 per cent. Equit-
able Homo Association A. T. Mur-
phy general agent.
Mr. and Mr. K I). JVaysor will en-
tcrlalned soino of their frlonds Inst
etcning with a dance.
Earl Morrow who has been 111 for
the past month with typhoid fever
was able to bo out yo-terday.
Foley' Honey and Tar cures cough
and colds and prevents rnruraonla.
Tako no substitute. Sold by People's
drug storo. dw
Mrs. J. It. Warwick of Wlnflcld
Kaunas and Mrs. John Crumby of
Illinois arc guests of Mr. O. II. Lali-
roan and family.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds prevents pncummta
Sold by Peorles' drug store
No danger of consumption If ymi
ufo Foley' llooy and Tar tcurc
that tlubtmrii count). Sul'l hy l'e'
pies drug store. dw
J hn P. Welch was nnt coramlltcd
to Jail last week fur disturbing tho
pcaco as was tatcd in tbc Chieftain
but to be used as a witness only.
Hnollo Hell Is credited with hiving
carried his bcveiitj-two Inch circum
ference to safety through a fix-Inch
aperture at tho wreck Monday. Train-
ing will tell.
A. II. Conlcy and Agnes WeMon
ncro united In marrlago yesterday
at tho Orcen hotel In this city. Rev.
L.O. Wulfo performed tho ceremony.
Tho couple camo from Columbia Mo.
Tickets over tho Kaly to Parsons
and return this week on account of
the big Elk's carnival for tl 60. See
II. O. Low If Katy Agent.
"Watch tho Kldnoya."
"When they are aQVtcd life Is In
danger" as Dr. Aberoelhy tho
gjoat English phytic! tti. Foley's Kid-
ney Curo makes sound kidneys. Sold
by People's drug store dw
Low one way rates via the M. K. &
T. IUIIwav during September and
October. Wrlto James Darker goo-
era) passenger and ticket agent St.
Louis Mo. for rates pamplcts etc.
Dronohltls for Twonty Years.
- Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville III.
wrltci: "1 had bronchitis fur twenty
years and never got rellif until I used
Foley's Honey an 1 Tar which Is a
sure cure." Contains nooplutes. Sold
by People's drug storo. d w
All Were Fined
At tho hearing Monday afternoon
of C. E. Holderman and "two uegrooa
named Uarrl with whom he hid a
mlzup at Welch lometlmo ago nil of
the parttulpant were tlnod $50 oach
Out of Death Jaws.
"When death seemed very near
from a severo stomaoh and liver (rou-
ble that I had sulToicd with forycara"
writes P. Muso Durham N. O. "Dr.
King's New Llfo Pills saved my life
and gavo perfect health." HoH pills
on earth and only 21c at Pe 'p'o'j and
A. W. Foreman' drug store. dw
To Enlarge Court House.
Tho coiiliact fur the addition to the
court homo will bo let within a few
days. The plans will call for the en-
largement of tho clerk's oflleo and
couit room by building an oxtouslou
to the rear of the (milling.
Novor Ask Advloo
When you have a cough or cold don J
ask what Is good fur It and get some
medlcluo with Uitlo or no merit and
perhaps dangerous. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar the greatest throat
and lung remedy It euros coughs und
colds quickly. Sold by Peoples drug
Produce wanted at Hums' Racket.
Wiley's Kidney Cure
i ka kktmgyi an J bladder right-
Sold h IojJps' drug tore.
Dangerln Fall Colds.
Fall colds are liable tu hang on all
winter leaving the toed of pucunioula
bronchitis or consumption. Fuloy's
Honey and Tar euros quickly and pre-
vents serious results. It la old and
reliable trlod and tested safe and
sure coutalns no opiates and will not
constipate. Sold ly Peoples' drug
A. II. Conloy Jr.-Agncs Weldon
John W. Wl birn-Lulu E Ceurley
W. VauHorr-Tharaa Extcr Kansas
Daniel Vandttfurd-Mary Adair
Forty Yoare' Torturo.
To be relieved from a turturlig
dl-ease after -10 years' torturo might
well cause tho gr.ttltudo of anyone.
That Is what DoWltt's Witch Hzl
Salvo did for C Ilaney Geneva O.
Ho says: "DoWltt's Witch HazM
Salvo cured me of piles after I had
suffered 40 years." Cures cuts burns
wounds skin diseases. Dewaro of
counterfeits. A. W. Foreman. dw
A recent encyclopaedia dt fines
osteopathy as "a method of Irrtitutf-
diseases of the huinnn body wlthSH
the use of drugs by moans of manipu-
lation npplled to the various nero
centers chiefly those along the
spine." As there are no nerve centers
along the spine the definition is
A Uozon limos a Night.
Mr. Owen Dunn of Denton Feny
W. Va wrlto: "I have had kidney
and bladder trouble for years and It
becamo so bad that I was obliged to
get up at lcat a dozen tlmoia nluht.
I never received any permanent bene-
fit from any roodlclne until I tried
Foley's Kidney Cu'c. After us-
ing two bottlos I am cured" Sold by
rooples' drug store. dw
me attempt to remove foreign
bodies from tho car often results lu
more injury than the foreign body
would itself occasion. Votollnl says
thnt the point of n dagger loft in the
e r would not occasion the trouble
that tho attempt to remove it would
and intimates that in such a condi-
tion lie would leave the dagger point
The Silver Moon restaurant Is now
located three doors W6t of tho Cobb
Hotel In the Palton building and so
better prepared to servo oysters In any
style; all klndi of gamo and flb in
scaoon; short orders a special!) ; finest
line of candlos and fruit In tho city.
We thank all of our old customers for
past patronago and hopo for a con-
tinuance of same. J. S Onoim Prop.
Who would keep their children In
good health blmuld watch for tho
tlrst symptoms of worms and remove
them with Whit' Croam Vermifuge.
It Is tho cblldrens' bsst tonic It
gels digestion at wurk so that their
food does them good and thoy grow
up healthy and strung. 35c at Peo-
ple's dru.' storo. dw
Presbyterians Will Uulld.
At a congregatl inal meeting hold
at the church Tuesday nlghtlt w. s de-
cided to build a now church on iho
lot now oscupled by tho Presbyterian
church la this rr v Tho structure Is
to co.t (0000 and will bo of pressed
brick urstomiot modern architecture.
"I Just eemcd lo have gono all to
pieces" wrlioa Alfred Deo of Wel-
fare Tex "biliousness and a lamo
back had made llfo a burdon I could
not eat or sleep nnd felt almost too
worn out io work when I began to
use Electric Hilton but tbey
worked wonders. Now I sleep
like a top can sag tyy thing have
gained In BircnMji'aufl enjoy hard
work." Thoy r"V: vWoub health
and now life tuitejjckly rundown
people Try tlieju. ' Jjfly GOo at Peo-
ples ar.d A. W. TSojeman's drug
stores. T! dw
Look Out Por Fovor.
Dlllousness and liver disorders at
this season may be prevented by
cleansing the system with DoWltt's
Llttlo Early Rlsors. Those famous
Utile pills do not gripe. Thoy move
the bowels gontly but copiously and
by reason of the tonic propertle
glvo tone and strength to tho gland.
A. W. Foreman. dw
Peculiar Viennese Custom.
At Venice when anyone dies it Is the
ustom to flx a placard btfore the
desd person's house as well as In sd-
Jtcent streets as a sort of public no-
tice stating hi name age place of
birth and the illness from which he
died afllrming also that he recelvtd
the holy sacraments died a good Chris-
tian and requesting the prayers of
the faithful. Chicago Journal
Better Than Dynnmlle
When it comes to opening n heart
flatterr is superior to dynamite.. -
Mothers regard approaching wlotc
with uneaslnoss children tako cold o
easily. Nodlsoj'o costs moro little
lives than croup. It's attack I
suddon that the sufferer Is often be-
yond' human aid before the doctor ar-
rives. Such case ylold roadlly to
Ono Minuet Cough Curo. Llqulllcs
tho mucus allays inflammation re-
moves danger. Absolutely safe. Acta
immediately. Curos coughs colds
grip bronchitis aU throat nod lung
trouble F. S. MoMah'in Hampton
Qa.: "A had ooll rendered mo voice
less Just bofore an oratorical conte.t.
I Inlcndod to withdraw but took Ono
Minute Cough Cure. It restored my
volco In time to win tho medal." A.
W. Foreman. dw
States the most remote in the
Uolon (ho olilo-t and ynttngapi '
tipgreBt flelerlmod were repre
s- nteil in the allotment ceremonies
si the World's Pair grounds in St.
Louis last week.
Texas big enough and rich
oiiough for fivo great elates as la ge
ns New York was there with a
otrong delegation headed by Gov
ernor Say res; Wisconsin wlih Oiv
ernor Hoard ns the leader; Ne
bra-ka with Governor Savage at
tho head of a Stalwart band of
commissioners was there. Okla-
homa sent Governor Forguson to
arcept the boautiful eito allotted to
that territory and the governor
snid they would have had the pick
of tho sites if they had run for
them as they ran for town Biles
when Oklahoma was thrown open
Governor Durbin oi Indiana
sent Lieutenant-Governor Gilbert
to accept Indiana's silo. V. il.
Felzer accepted for Governor Bliss
of Michigan Msjor IS O. L-wis
was the "pedal representative of
Gov Denton McMillin of Teunes-
up. Senator John O. Carpenter
acceptt d for Kansas former Gov
Larrabee for Iowa Cat. John II.
Averill (or South Carolina Dr. 0.
13. Quinn and II II. Henry for
G vernor Longlno of Mississippi;
Cmgre?man John K. Stewart
James II. Callahan and John 0.
Woodbury for Governor Odell ol
Governor Yates of Illinois sent
Senator II. M. Dunlap.IIon. Olark
E Carr and Waller Wardor to ac-
cept the Illinois tlte. Slaoy D.
Rankin and Hon. II. M. Daugh
er y represented Governor NaBb
of Ohio Gov. Orman of Colorado
"was represented by Oapt. G. V.
Thatcher Thos. J. O'Donnell and
Van S. Rouse.
Governor Dockery oi Missouri
was on hand in person to accept
the Missouri building silo. Gov.
Murphy of New Jersey was rep-
resented by E Rappleye and Ira
W. Wood. Clarence Dallam and
the Hon. W. C. P. Breckcntidge
accepted for Kentucky and Gov.
Jeff Davis represented Arkansas.
The many speeches were lull of
heartiness and enthusiasm many
oi them of inspiring eloquence and
rich in expreseivonesB and beauty.
''heee events have served to prove
that the entire country is alive to
the importance of the Exposition
and (hat all states and territories
MS "llal nnrArrrWKlhlMfr
greatness and tell in no uncertain
.Way the slory of their advance
Mcnl in material progress and
David R Franois president of
the World's Fair commission was
particularly happy and versatile
in his remarks as bo in'raduoed
the various stuto representatives
and instructed the director of
works to deliver the Bites. The
visitors were entertained at lunch-
eon at the Country Olub again at
tho Administration building and
lastly by the Business Men's
League with a banquet to the vis-
iting governors nt the Mercantile
The part ol the eite set apart for
the state buildings comprises
about ono hundred acres at the
southeast corner of the 1190 acre
parallelogram which oonstiluttB
the orld'B Fair grounds. It is
on a plateau Houlh of the govern-
ment building and all will be con-
venient lo the great railway termi-
nals at the south side of the
grounds. The sita are ail con-
spicuous and accessible.
During allotment week St. Louis
was honored with tho presence
both of the World's Fair National
commission whom President Mo-
Kinley appointed and the Gov-
ernment board whose members
represent tho various executive
departments the Congressional
Library Sumbaouian Institution
Bureau of American Republics
Fish Commission and Bureau of
Sites allotted other than those of
the Fbderal government and states
moiitiuned were those for the
Temple of Fraternity the Burns
Cottsge and Stirling Castle the
House oi IIoo Hon or organized
lumbermen; Travelers' Protective
Association building Alaska Ha.
wtli the Ptillipines and unrepre-
sented Btatee whioh had requested
that sites be reserved.
"Bud" Kigli0han alleged horse
tliief lias luen arrested at Aid
m rr rhargecl with the murder of
Win. Caine an nflloer ten years
At tho Mine of tho murder it is
alleged Caino with a posse waB in
pursuit of n gang of horse thieves
of which Kngllsh was a member.
Overtaking thorn a fight resulted
during whleh Calne was killed.
One of the members of tho poxse
met English on the streets of Ard
moro Tuesday and claimed lo
recognize In him the man who
shot Calne. English was arrested
by a depuiy marshal and will be
given a preliminary hearing with-
in a few days
MISS MAY MARKELL
A Socloljr Hollo of London
J. E. Arnold of South McAl-
ester who was disbarred from
practice before the Dawes commis-
sion for eorao alleged irregulari-
ties in Ohsotaw citizenship cases
has beep reinstated by the Secre-
tary of the Interior.
Are spoiled by uitnganykiad of
probation that fills the pores of
the skin. The beet way to secure a
clear complexion frco from salluvi-
ne pimple blotebe eta Is to
keep the live In good order. An oc-
casional dove of Heroine will cleanse
the bowels regulate the liver and to
oetablUh a clear healthy coin pi ox I on
sOo at Peoples' drug 'tore. dw
Open to Lawton.
On October 1st the Frisco System
placed In operation tbc recently com
pi o tod Hoc between Or -leash rd
Liwton Oklahoma thu 'urnlsi t g
sot vice from either St. Louts or Kan-
sas City via Oklahoma City to tbc
heart of the recently opened Kiowa
and Comanche country.
Tho Worst Form.
Multitudes are sieging the praises
of Kodol the new dUcovory which Is
making to many slclc people well and
weak people strong by digesting what
they eat hy cleansing and aweotco-
ing the stomach and by transforming
their food Into iha klud of pure rich
red blood that makes you feel good all
over. Mrs. Crauttli of Troy. I.T.
writes: "For a numberof years 1 was
troubled with Indigeetoo and dypop-
sia which grew Into the worst form.
Finally I was Induced to usu Kodol
and after uilng four bottles I am en-
tirely cured. I heartily recommend
Kodol to all suflerors from Indigestion
and dyspepsia." Take a dose after
meals It digests what you oat. A
W. Foreman. dw
Missionary Society Entertained.
The IIuiim Mteslpnary Society of
tho Method ehttrch was delight-
fully cr.ter:iot)i M the home of Mrs.
J. A. VUuj5rarMliix afternoon.
TrMSSi nd a plea-
menu wrwrd. Those pretent
wore: Me 4sMt J. L. Dray C. L.
Ilrownlug C. Hallard W. H. Dar-
rough Fr itiK UiHingslea Oha. Hum
Lulu Ketley J. o Quilllon McCture
Fannie Akin 0. O. Ilerry Fannie
Hill Arthur Masterson J. T. Uuntor
Wilson Franklin Tom Collins W. T.
Wade J. M. Darrough and sister.
hBiLrr lit Imlia.
Die barbrrs of India rank with tbt
vaiberwomfo. The ton of a barbel
roust be a barber all his life and hli
w Ife must be a barber's daughter. 1 he
Hindoo ahaver travels about in tearcb
of customer and the barberlng it
done in the street. Hot there are nc
stools both barber and customet
squatting on their beela while the op-
eration Is performed. The Hindoo bar-
ber is a manicure and a chiropodist ai
well and hU pay is wretchedly small
Barbers iu India working as servants
for a swell native family or for a Eu-
ropean reeeive from tlM to two dol-
lars a month. They often act as sur-
geons and they make a specialty ol
piercing the ears of young girls foi
earrings while barbers' wives are al-
most always hairdressers. Detroit
3 A M ft B JTa LVE
ne-1 " " va In tho worts'
of London Ontario
Canada is a bennti
lul ciri who knows what
stiffetlng is and Wine of
to health. She is one of the
social favorites of her home
and her recovery to health
has permitted her to enjoy
tho company of her many
friends lntal of bins on
a bed of sickness and suffering. For
the health she now enjoys she gives
credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes:
1 have found Wine of Cardui an excel-
lent remedy for female trouble. I suffered
for three years with terrible beafag -down
pawi at the mtrutrual period. I could
hardly stand on my feet and was never
real well. Wine of Cardui was the only
mtdlclne that I couli depend on to do me
any good as I hied several with no suc-
cess. Wine of Cardui cured me and I
have now enjoyed perfect health for two
years and give you all the credit for I
Icnow you deserve it."
For a young girl Wine of Cardui is
the beat remedy to guide her through
womanhood by starting the menstrual
itut Mat ittrMU
flow in a healthy and Dal
nral manner. Menstruation
started right is very easy to
keep regnlar through the
years of mature womanhood.
Then tho "change of life"
need not be feared. Thus
Wine of Cardui is woman's
best relief from youth to
old age. A million women
hare scenred blessed relief
from their sufferings by tak
ing this treatment. It relievos men-
strual troubles in an incredibly short
time. In a simple caso of deranged
menses Wine of Cardui never fails. To
rcliovo disordered menses is to remove
tho cauje of other female troubles. Any
physician will tell you that to ranovo
tho cause of a disease renders tho cniv
easy in fact seldom fails to complete
tho cure. If you would hare tho same
relief which Miss Makell secured try
Wino of Cardui. You can take it with-
out an examination and without any
nublicitv whatever. You can tako it in
tho privacy of your homo and secure
just as much benefit as if a doctor had
prescribed it for you. Thousands of wo-
men are feeling the vigor of returning
ncaun oy taxing wino or. v;aruui.
WINE of CARD VI
million suffering women
havo found relief in
"Wino of Cardui.
C O. & G. R. R.
MEMPHIS THE EAST AHD SOUTHEAST
TEXAS OLD MEXICO CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST.
Pullman Drawing-Room Bullet Slespsrs Through lo
Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver.
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
On All Trains.
UH EQUALED 80HEDULE8 AND PERFECT SERVICE.
J. 8. MeN ALLY D. P. A. E. M. DUNCAN T. P. A.
Oklahoma Cily. 0. T. Oklahoma City. 0. T.
GEO. H. LEE 0. P. & T. A. Lltttj Rock Ark.
.'tkV---6.'vatt.-ivfvtv'iayuk" . "tw".
J Ouvbu ruonv. Proa. J. O. Haix V-fres. W. P. PllirxiM Cashier
First National Bank
CAPITAL tfoo.ooo. SURPLUS Uo.ooo.
01det and Stroagest National Bank In the Cherokee Nation.
B. F. FCR1NER E.B.FRAYSEJ A. L. CHUU11LL E.tf.
A. GRAHAM . O. HALL G. W. CLARK II'. E. UALSELL.
Does a Bafo Qonoral Banking Business.
- . ."i.t. tvt.wyi "i iy"fttk -"' sv
Uinlfa Real Esfal? ixy
(D. M. Marrs & ComDanv.")
XlMTll tmtr rnitn piUlUl l'r oviu uirwiluimxiiviT. X-i.?t
your propci ty with us; wc-piace it before thousands of
prospective purchasers every week free of charge.
We have the only record of the Cherokee town lot
sales. If yru want to buy or sell call on us.
Livery Feed and
Cab to all parts of the city day or night.
Best teams and buggies at reasonable rates.
Transient stock receives the best of care.
jMrWPHsBsVt - a&V
Keep it? Toucb Vitb 5ipt Loui?
HPl". Ci f .- :TD:art.tHeput)Uc.r
1 l t. LOUIS PWfW.rc.rle.
of the WorU.
"Tho Golden State Limitod"
Is the Name ol the New Rock bland Sys-
tem Train to California Via Kansas
City and El P.uo Tea.
FOWLER for folder
photos the latest and
Recently tho Rock Island system
oftaiod 1)00 cash prlco for tlio most
appropriate name for their now
limited train to California via Kan-
sas via Kansas 01 ty and Kl Paso Tox.
Tnoro wore thousand ot names pre-
sented front nil parti ot Ibo Uulted
States. The namo dcoldod upon via
"Tho Golden Slate Limited" sub-
mitted by T. II. Davis of the Now
Yurk Central llnw Denver Colorado.
Keep warm I Elegunl line ot heat-
er at Darrough Hurdwaro Co's.
Peru hat a eoaat line of 1640 miles.
The present population of Holland
The preaettt popalation of Ecuador
Is ahout 1100000 Including Indians.
Sueoeaiful experiment in raising
tea have in resent years been made
on the Caucasian ooast ot the Black
Fashionable Moscow lap dogs are
now hand-painted in deooratlvo de-
signs according to the St. Petersburg
A British oruiser the Iasdora was
prevented from sailing from Ports-
mouth on time recently because her
condensers were clogged with eels.
Thomas Atkinson who helped
Stephenson build the Iloeket has been
70 years In a trades union and beada
the membership list ot the Amalga
mated Society of Engineers. lie ts 90
years of age and bat drawn benefit
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