Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 12, 1908 · Page 4
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•stared at tola, Kacsaa. PaEtofilo«>, H«'con{t-ri:ie8 MHtt «-r. AdTarjttaInK Katfa Matte Kunwu on - Appllcatluii. i srascniTTioN RATES. Jy Carrier In Ion, Gmn (Mtj, Lanyoa* { vtlle Ar laHarpit. Ine y^eek 10 cents ^De Montb 44 cents O MP V^r $5 .00 j ' By MsIL O DI jear iDsIde connty 92 .00 ttnr fear OD I S I ^C cbanty.... $4.00 Three Months, In advance.. ?1.0i) One, Montti, in advance ...V ..44 Tolcplinnet Busjriesa Office - - - Editorial. Room - - - - 18 222 OFFICIAL FAl'ER, CITf OF HAS- liif: ATTiTrni: op THE noro- CUATIC I'AltTV 0\ I.AIUJH. li is rr-Mllv :isi (ini.~liiii!-' (ii wli.'it a <!P- iiri-f ilic avcra^i' l)i'iiii)c-raiic manir clcliljnraioly < nis ilic imioraiuc or lorufifiiliH'ss <ir liis aiidii'iu-i'. They iiiaUc aiiafks iiiioii llii' Ki'imlillcan liiirry vvliicli cvcij \v<IJ iiifDriiKil in.lii UiKiwj; an- fal .-^i' and ilx-y luako claiiiis Tor il|<> l »iMii()craii<' |iariy \vlii <-li i'V<'iy Will iiifiirnictl man kimws an- niil iriK', and llii -y do l.<iili a|i|iaii-':t!\ in llli- l^ilii'l'.; Ill ai 'IM M ii! llii' l :o|ie. lliai jlii 'li slaiiMiii-ai ; v.ii; In- liflirvi 'd hy iliiisi- u-liii ail- riiii well ini'in-i ! <ir hy tlKiM' Willi liavc I 'nrso' 'I'li Tatii- ilH' inaiiir nl' iln- aiufiiilo of i!i.> (li-nmoriii ii' [laiM iinvavil lalmr iiir <ixaniii!o. Om- i.: i!u> laMiri'.i' ilii'inos 111" I)ini(iiTai ii- in aims, in ilicso days, is n;i rlaiiii in: iliai party tli.lt ii is liir (iriiiinal aii.l mily Irli 'iid of laliiir and is IMIIJI I IM I al:i"\i^ .i!l nilnr-: III ili>- sii|i|mii III' ilii- iiH .'ii «'lii> «ork » it I I I III ii' hands. ^ miai is the nnili? '1 111' IIIK I I i .r c-niirsi' li'ai rri>i;i ihr Vf -ry iii--'in:i'vv ilu' !icnui-.-r .i! ;«• paity !i.t> iifi-!i ii:i 0 |iiiips-i.r i >r la'ifir w!ip;i- i-vpr and whcrcvrr ii dj'.rfil ;ii 'no and iliai down in iliis vr-iy i'.:v. in stales where iliai paiiy can do as i; pkases iliero ha.s liecn less let;islaTi <ii\ in the i.':;erc-si oi' the workin-.: man than, in any other sliiies lil ilie riiioii. The fliiil' |inr;)i;si of liie Deinocraiic party (cr niai'.y yc.nrs was to rxiend the .-y.s- i;'in of slavery. s.v.-n-ni wli'ieni ine.i were full id lo till- Iiard'.-i lalinr under llie niosi iliu'iM(!:n;; coiidii ions, wiiliiiiil any eoniiier^saion whatever, a-.sysieiii which iioi iiioimhi five l;ilior itiio 1 Liiiii 'iiiioit wiiii tin- ialior of unpaid slaves Inn Inoiifji! di -Ar.tda-' lioli iii :o!i I lie lal.'.r. :• hiin.Vt It !;ic.!as.- it pla<"ed I MIII ill ihi >aili.' ela^^s wiili iln- ..i.m-. H .I... i.nyliiMi.. c.;:•< ir in ihi' .^unili hviori' ipe \Va- it was '..•.'h'Ml upon .:s ;• i;:'- .• i aie I'ln- a w'.'.in ii '.an lo v .oil; with !,:•. Iitiml - and ihal a iiiall who I '.id .-n or n lio ^e laUiei had lioiie o lnl.iii !iiii> .mild no! e-:pi -e; III eVri •.-..lin i-i 'lu'i ocial MI li' ie;;l 1 eeiit nil imi •' ' I'.iit, af:i'r : lav. i;. Ii :ii! I I.TII al.oii ^h- I 'd. as a lesiilt of a -iiir ^uii' led In ihi hililo.-iaiie pali\ wliiili ti..iil.\ i-'isl rile lllf 111' the .\..iii..i. wri.ii Was ^;lll ilie alliiiiite ill' Ihi, ,1 .11 ly lov.anl iie' lalioriiit; man? li >oa u^ml an •wer lor that iii :e .l''in : :i'!; r.n i' in llie sIMlllles of the Siiiphei !i S;.i ;e.. wheic llie I leiniK-; at ic |,:M'..' has iee;; . fr«M' 1(1 do exaeily as it please:! Ho you lind in those s !anit<' I MMI I IS .T.IV etiieien! child laiioi I.iws aay; laws refjiilatiiu", the hours of lain.: or .'he eonilitions under whir't woiii si .al' In- done, any laws espeiia.ly priiiri-iinu the w'a:;( s of ial)ori ;ii' I.H-II. .-.ny one of the score or more l.iws in iiic ia rer ,-4t of wat'i. la .iii i> 'iliai cr..v,d ile- l :iw I KM* I <S of K;.ii.-:i: ;ii.:l <••.. 1-. mill r .\iiri!ieiii Stall •;• V. l- ,• • do ',ai liiiii Saturday and Aro Growing More Pogkular Eact) Week. Moro.Peopte are AtiendSng Them, 23 Pieces Mew Oreas Gootts on Ssae ai See onrjea.st window for display of Dres.s Goods in Saturday'.s and Monday'.s .sale worth up to 7'«c per yard, j! EXTRA SPECIAL Saturdayjand Monday we will sell 10 yards of regular 7Ac and rtc Outing Flannels, splendid patterns, U) yard.s for. ...... SP£G9ALS • li I 50 i»ieqp! fa.st colored i ^liams, choice at We school giu yard ard caliccieis s best full stand- at5rard. Be Childrer/s heavy rihhed Fchnol hos<», made with double kncrt ^nd double heel and toe, piir. ....... tSo Over 200 Mew Suits and Skirts Mow on Sale We are .showing the very laiest in Ladies Wearing apparel. Our snits are cau.siiig a great deal of complimentary comment, th«y will appeal lo ynn a.s l)cing out of the ordinary. \Vc will offer or. • ill CSC two days one I of otir uewc-st models ' in Ladit'.'-' street skirt", in o"ue,'-rown and black.. SSM93 L-idics' suit"? in all the newest shades in the most approved styles, priceyi atfrom $12.50 to $39 SPECIALS J ! . F<tr Saturday \ and Moii- day we uill cfler one ht of $4.00 and §o.O!) tailored skirts in Mohair. Panamas and faci-y mi.xtmes. , Salfi price each $1m95 Anotlit r lot that sold up to $7.00 your choice at ^2.98 the infamous cnnvfci |i hihor s-rfieni. than ever liefore inih wheiehy private ciirporaiions and Tnilod .Stale.-, hit' ii pioposi ronipanies :ire enalded to lease for ,a j !ai-j;c sii!! further ilie sy-tei ,i or pnh- I trillo the lalior of ni<!n ronvieteil of crimes and use thent in diir.-i (onipf- tilion with h.oiiest laljior? In lie iii!prove::!e:ii:-- upon whiih ii has l )e;:iiii. In a wind, from i'S iiruaiiiza- W I K MI the lili.-f lllllpi.se i ;f iis history of tiie ! ji-.teresi 'f l .ilior. ' | III e:!- i These are the piaiii itici:. wliich any I I'laii in:!y ea.-.ily virify ii he will sini- P y ia'te ihe ironiiie to reail ih< K;;r:!t in Woodcraft. !)r. C .ire. a |ii!;ni!i!e:r pliysiciaii and a niPPiiier of i;he io'.,i (iiv coiincii. ^is a hard woi!<«i' in liie iiiierests of order. He-I'iieei. (! his remark.- Deniocralic states, wlyeri can do t'lisoliiiely as it ipli -ases without any fear of iioliiicai |' consef|iieh<-i'S. solidly ^Ii„;i thai ptiity; founders was to s.-ife^iuard free laiior .\nd il is to ihrse r-iati lair to say. one imisi expression «if the real Hemocraiic pariy lowaiji! lahor. In :he (iehl of .\";.i ;i .:;j ^V ioiiiic- uii.ii :i:is the l).'m.:< ;;i; .<• pllily evii iloiie !oi lalior and what ijj llH -re in., ii..;, .•laifoiiii which iioiii.- >. it i.-' entirely j .uo to find tin iaititiide of f.ie W(i !k":i -4ni :in " 'Ihi In aay hope lo ilraiiiiional 'nr- l:f poliiy if till- H.'i'.i;( tli-eii ai:aitis' i.;.-.l:'i --.;;i •! i.-iriff r .;r re", e'.iai' i,:: 1 taiilt thai laKi -t no :t( if the dilTerenee- latvyieil w.i-.<(s • lii.-- ('.aiiii-v anil aliniiid .iiid ' w i..'M I ! ioiee oiir t.icl oi ii-s. it l| hey ilid '.m-i-i ill-s at all lo eiii ihe \|J ;i:;.'s hrri- iili lie par'. I hiis and in faVor This iiiiMi.s iiiai wl '.itievcr 1 in hy /.i.ev<-niin;; ilie fiiiihe: >p ;i -.iii of .slave lali.-u . <(|| down Ihriill-.h ;;!e .v ^-a:.-. Ihe Uepiililictin par:v has Pii:! ili" .-teadf-ist frii-nd of ;li" ni-i: ul .o v.oii; I 'or \v;!:;ei or who e:iia their iiv upon the lariii. The l >i -i!iocr:.::e party, on the other lititid l.i.iti tii- lime when il tiiii!'' !!i.- !•.).• i..;'ii. -.i : la- verv lis cilii-I li'l'i. liov .'Il 1:1 (hi- pie- si'llt 111. Ill-, c.iiiiioi piiiiii 10 -Slit !•• national rtiitillv V. Ir.ei. ii i i::e :i .!. all.I lo iKiriii.^ leu tta^ -.'.'.i;-.- i:i .t'li- ilory Oi his ;;irs hiiov.- iliei'- onl.\ ;:;tioi .i!ii^. i I )i!i)oci!itie or:i-: III \Vi:odci:irt in ill! ol its |ierlect!oii the l;ici{i atid address v a- •.-rv Well r« counir>. tliey .a;e ii .pe of siicce.ss li'.s in ih- f th'-ii the lor.:;etf!iliiess UK. (. It. rOKK Sl 'OKK I eeiv.ii Alaior I'rat: :^t#:i:| to sa;.' ;i* i;>-t tii'Jlit of \ i lie same I inie j i ::'-'i ;hei--. 'I ; lie - ! \tt<nt!i-d u W. O. W. Ktitrrlnfiiiiii-nl at iii<if|iciiiieiif-f. I ai'V.iys has soiin-ihjn^ li llie niadi' an addri 'ss -liorT diiralioti. Init at Very lienetieial lo the .\Iaji .r is liiied h.> ev- iif ih.- <.rii,-j w ho I hiini ..lellli.e :is their nwii nei.ior raii't-i iliaii of other .o<li:es iliaii t!ii.« I l:;di pendenee .S'ar 1 \ ; .M.ijoi K. M l'i;i;t.ol ( -h -ri .wjile .null Hi fie... of loi.i. Wire till Ihlis cii>| la-t n -ihi. i!i>- utiesi- ><i li'.j li .jal m-j''''" i |.l- <\ ill Ui lelavii i.f llie y .'oi-lil TJlis w hill I lie Piajor oiie .\I the ;-olieIii.-[i.|; Itolll leiile ;i:l.ii.' *i!. . e;!( ;!:ii! i lie i* • >es III l!ie ••i :!ll.'; .W;:s IlK' ;iro: iiiii I - M.ll.l.-. atii! II 1.1 i-ii.il 1 Me I i -le .i. soeiiih •ll .. I II.- t.iiiii ihe uixeii Mime of '111 iiie Sanitary .. 1> all pre-ei,i •1. 1 veiiiiie was i! Ihaf dilYereiice w;is 'liiniiiaieil till re ;inv promi.-e of in^ue : ;e;,d.v lilt ploMiieiii or lii",iiir w;.',f in lliir - i. a poliex to i.nr .\iiii-,i."eaii WOI- K IJ;;?, liH-n " Hill it yive llitay eiili.'l of lli .ii tliili .Us fioMi isir: 111 t'iliT' BAD BREATH un-i U ^»ft^ ttti km Is <if jr^-'Il'-lli. — , My titti;;il*> I IM I i.*-*-u «• tiittlly ^* *:r.. n a* u'ta^-. >"v ui:i likvii.fe It lta>i »«I«>r. T \»«<-tiH u;: » n f J ifi.i r iiiui»'n »fr3 t;a *«cHH 't« ait'-r i.-.-in: ti .-tn 1 run •.. ;itiji:i\ ai*a rh**rl;illy nay Ibut lc»-y ti:i\.- «>iii:r» ly r r—l in- . 1 ..ti.-rt-f-ite Itit >«<ii V-'.r-w 111. 1 I Miu.! i.-.-.mu'.nd : tiivDi »»rtiir tHie Rii»r«i'ii« ji'-ni uwrii \r**\ih'.v' " 8t|^rl!ni^temedy Co., Ctiic«jo CI N V. 59Q ANNUAL SALE. TEH MILLtOH BOIES Don't Walt till tlie season's rush to have yout beatioR stove set upland connected. Do it DOW, aud avoid uni<ec- efsary discomfort. We can take care of a large amount of this kind of work and do It right. What .•^.in::!' ihiii.- I i.-iiiui 1 .r. le part \ i vi "plain peop)." a! .:.ii iors 1.1.k :.o ::!ili!.. li' irailr p!e ^illl'nl. .lam who .'.vll-e \e :.:..l| tlo- I and il w.is leti intiii : jihrty came inio l.i iiaiii Mill oil: in i ii il lieeanie .1 l.lW 11 Mean li.iily whi.li mm 1 iaet. llii- llie done fill- the lt>li.,:ii iis .11 -11- w;*.- a H I iiio- j 1^^ I '.iicliaiiaii. I 'lie-lcM! I'.iii. le- |.tili'ie;.-.i j .villi > iirti- j Ht.'.i. e ihal ' ii..^ ihi- rii-pMli- lele-r. lo jl .Mfl. •!:i' seiileis i :l OlJalio. i|l I. i. iln !ie- .;i;MI;ir-'i p:(ri.\ •.vlihli jia.- ii .-.'.iiii tiie Aorl' ol r .-'l .iiiiiiiv. liii- arid land: .ii'Oil .L^h Hie eon.-,'I i,ei iJ.lil of viea! re- -;iivi.ir--. which iias |»:ready made tii.li!"S for more than ht'teen thoiisaiid ::i!i'iies .-Hid will iili iiii .ilejy make the ii'imes for ;i million !:ei|i,ie. It- is Hie itepiililioaii party whiclj has siipixiri- ed ar .ii is cairyii'.t; Pn'waril a iiryal -ysten; of internal itiipiovemenis iin- :ler which mijlioris of doil .Mis titc paid out ill wases every y .ar in .liiiverntnea: work to the ' iilaisi people" The Kepiiliiican pariy e -ial'..lished llie He- 1 partiiirtit of .\ui ir iiltni ||i' .-i.til has de-j ve ojii-d it until t.'iis ,\ • .f. i- will . i.eiirl i More ihaii iw.-lve iiiililon dollar., lor •|i- diieci pii:|.o-e if h''lpina the far- .tiers in tin Tnited .S..;Uw It litis I'os- leretl a leveiiiie policy |'>v ilic .\nieiicaii niiirUei market in the world utii during; tin- lasr tetivi-.n ill lilt' stivini'.s lijitiks a. diiiili 'ii'd It is Ihe IJi'i ttlll .'h has be;:nn and is ward the Ireii !iMidoM» M the Panama Ctinal. t ^i meitt at hinh wape.^ m .Vinerlcan workiif ^iiien .t tion and^ which will force for its opcraliiiii I yea IS lo conip. It not 1o cniiiinue the p« icy arnrdin;; to Mr. lloinpij |rs liiinii«>ir in bis rc|K)i'i of a year affo. more men were employed an* at Hbigber »;^ K''S CELEBRATE ANNiVERS'Y. A Pleasant Meeting Held on Mrs., Choliettes Lawn. Chollett's 1 .V • rv ..riire-' haiiiifiil i.iwii a', in: Ha.u MadistfA nv .-iiii.'. iii .ciir>'fir one of the moflt ph-asaiit m .'i.iini 's it has ever been iiiv eno.i f,,rt >iiie. diirin?? my quarter i<r .1 century connection with McCook O. .\. R. Post, 'n attend. The good" ladies- of the .Mcfook Woman's Relief Cr.riiS. ••eleiira 'i 'd the nnnlviprsAry of. t "i. or^tiniliaiion of the Corjis and iavr- a ree <-iition to fin- Oharti»r Mem- l .f-rs tti.r -.if still ijvin.sc within the hoiiiidi; of this jurisdieiion, to whlch .-ill lie- jiHiiilier;, of ill" .Corps and ih'-ir liiishaiids. and ih.- i ))»'inhors of \lcfViok Po .si. ^; ,\. r;.. were -Invirpd. Till- W. f{. f. UHM W I.. IS r. •ftpondeil on- thiisi;istie :i !lv hv lnriiiii!.' niit In lafRt' namhers. Imr ili-"- Pos; .Misinbnrs,. due (iror.ahl.v to their short nieniory. seem- I i| t <i tM-'^it the inviiatiou and were corisi.iciioiis i»y ihelr ahsonce. only six Ileitis- ores lit. The Ions' tables wlrli ihi .'ir siio-.vv while linen and almost frf .auiii" nil. If - the load of thf pood lliiii:».... uliicli iriake p<^-oril»* wi.sli they colli.I v.i i.iitsidi-of more thcrcnf. and li'li i' fi ..iii eiiil to end with Ininsn.- iM -;,i.!,- -nr.'v ^^ i-y iiiii.st have Itcen Inm-.-f'-. •Ml' iii^ front ihe way the vis- i'!• ^ .1 u> the iiivisihlc. .wd by i-i" ;-iir '!ier fact that one of the mo-st I rom5;i <'nf Charter memlK-r.^ of the f'.-iis. wlien called on for a si )Pcch. said sh. wa.s too full for utterance: Inii sh" iiroceeiled to utter some very intiTejtiiV^ fac's lelative to ihc or^ iianizaiion of tie Corps. which i.-? twentyon" rears old. and the charter ifiai'ier.s yet remainirg and also tho.so trniii- aw:i; . some to their lonK home;. The Corp.V started with thirt .VrOne chart. -r meiuhi-rs. only foi\r of which ire still n 'emh .-s. to -wit: Mrs. Choi- let i. .Mr.,. |^'!;niil.-»ne. VrK. ». Af. Miller and .Mrs. Stover. Soaie have niov- i-.| away, some Iiav(>. gone to return no M'ore. and some, having ,irown weary in \\ell doiiur. have droppl'd out alonR I'e wav .1. K. Henderson acted as toastmasii -r and nian.v interesUlns: ttilks. mostly of a remini-;cent character, w-.-re made. Perhaps the mo.^t fnfi-restin sr.eerhes were made Cant. \V. I! McCliire. who rold of his visi! ut his old hojne .•uid the National Kiicanii.nient at Toledo, (i.. and the reunion of his r »-.2r1nient. and hv Papt. II. r;. r ;ollini ;er. who told of the hard s'liiis the Union people endured in ijs • dii home amonn ilie rebels in Missouri whi-re thf l,"niou Deoide were call"i{ on Ui endure hardships, which, at liiis late iifriod. seem almost incred- i'.ile and to say the least inhuman. iThe hostess. Mrs. Chollett. as well as everyone cdse. enjoyed t '.ie meeting immensely, an-l to every W. R. C. and O. .\. R. that stayed away, it is not exa ^ueratin .si to .say that yon missed one of the ?;ri -en spots in vour life. GUEST. i:v«^ry Uoinan hi lola will he !;lad to know that locaCl grocers now have in Stock •Oril PIE," a rctidy lo use preparation in three va- rieiie..^ for makiii.^ I-enif>n. Chocolate and Cu.siard |;ie.4. The delicious pies Sft easily made with • Ol'lf PIE" melt ill oneV mouth am! arc ahsoliiiely pure and \Ii<i!"sonie. coiitalning only the c!ioiee.-i inKreilients .Kuaninteed under Pure l-'ood Unvs. i'!ai-li 10 ceiit (lack- a.Sf makes two |.ies. He ..^iirt and order today. .lOKK 0\ lULLY KVANS. \cn>ho FulN l>o«t Tells a Oond One on Iliiii. The Neosho Kalis Post stiys: Wm. l-'vaiis. of lola. is one of the old settlers of Kaiis.is and his aci|Uainiance with old settlers is unite e \t «'nsive. He is line of Ihe lie>; fellows on earth and. eii|o>s a ioke on 'himself CMiially as v> I J a. when the l!im ;h is on,lhc iilher filliiw. Mr Kvaii .s w ;is Willi the l«)la itoosi.r.- las' Trida.* and wirh ibe.real' of ;l ;e I toes', rs ca 'led ttt pa.v their n-sp.'eiji to tbo Neosho tVIls Post. In •.;l :i!ie :n ,u' over the coliimn.s of the Post ilr Kv.ms read. .1. .\. Covert, a fortn- i -r risideni of this pitire hut now of Kossnrh ^i ,>w-a. is ii) (own tisitin.!? rel- eiivt-s." Hilly Kvans didn't do a thing Put rush out of llie office to the stre «»t to tile hoo-I re!;i;.ter. to the stores and to cjii/ens ini|niriii;< for his old frienti Mr Covert Me lin .illy ran lip again.st an old •.ii .er '.vho told him that .1. N. .vert ha.l ih parted this world many •ar.., ;i'.-<i. nut our lola friend knew jlH 'er. h.' iiail 'the dociiniehls, and pitlli-d t! copy of the Post lo prove that A S Ci .vrrt was in town vi.siiing rel- S'li-.-.--. and ln-ieis what stared him in til" fai-.-. 'l -LokJiii; P.acU»vard •:{! Year.'? .\--'.o • If I he itowd of HoOKters had !ior !.,en stiictiy piiriianicai. in ih«ir i 'li .-.rrvaiiee of liie law.s of ihe (}rei »t State of Kansas, and of the sbcial r»» iii :ii«-me:iis of our well behaved cO'.ii- iiiiiniij. they uiiKht have repeated what the (Governor of South Carolina sail! to ilie^overnor of Xonh Carolina ;\s it w;!s ttiey had the laugh on Mr. Kvai.:- and ito 'ie enjoyed it better than |ii:. il li:is iiiade le lll•^t lahor under which. the deposils j ive more than | 'ulilleati .iwriy | eat ryiiig f.ir- ijdei lakittfi* of i".-. eiuplo.v- liionsaiids of its > oii#triic- rtffiuire a Kreat iroii;:li all the finiy proposes under which. 1 A choice collection of 80 recipes, -with the latest baking helps and a fund ot" valuable information, edited by M R.S. J A.NET M C K E.NZIH H II..L , of The Boston Cv^oking School, the noted authoritv on Doincstit Science. Elegantly ilUistrattrd and printed on tincst plate paper. This artistic hook absolutely fnec to every ust;r of Mir BAKING fVV POWDER To get the " Cook's Book'» Sivurc- the coupon from n J .S-c<.-nt can of K C HikiiiK I 'owclcr. Cut this «.m. xvriti- natiu- .111.1 a.l(tri.;s.s ami nt.iil witli coinMni to Jaiitn-s .M iii -tl .utiirin .n Co., ChiiM^o. I '^l'-T If you have never tried K C Bnkintj Powder, thi.-; is tlu' time tl> buv your first can, and get the lieautiful "CtKik's Bmjk'* lor the askin-f. K C Baking Pow;der w 111 please you lietter than any other or ytini get yoifr money back. ' 1 Guaranteed pure, wholesome, aud the mcst perfect in action, plies with all Pure Ftxxl haws. No "Tnist" jirices. i Com- rOTT rlTT, Olt.icct to' Parsons Oodlntinrc Com- |K>llinff Insitecti&u of I'liws. Par.snn.s. Ka.s., Sept. li: —Hr. W. F. Whittaker, of Wasliitt.aton. I). C. government dair.- ii .ni>eftor. is here in- siieTtiie; |he d .titic-, of th«r country. Thi .-j cii.\ ha,- rpcet'ily passed an or- dliinnce c()mpe ;iti !K ihi- itispenlion of ull 'cows furii !.-hinc milk to (he cii.v and the ^arni.-'rs . are threatening to iHiycott ti'i.- ciix nniess the ordinance Is lei eaiid , , • • Tl;.-'. .ir>: laved ii cents a head for I'll, in.initioii ;Hi. Whit taker will Iry lo ion I. lit the iltlllculties. ASLEEP SINCE LASY MONDAY. Kansas Girls Slumber Started Whert Her Nose Be?an to Bleed. Salina. Ka.s.. Sept. 11.—The tS-year- I 'dd dauehter of M. Xewell. a farmer tl villi; near here, has been asleep since last Monday, and shows no ifigns of awakening.' Her nose began bleeding while she was at school and sfoon afterwards! she .fell asleep. Her pulse is normal and sbe has no fever, but appear^ to be kn 4 aonndbealtby alam1>er.. Physieiaiisiwere) caUe<I< hot:' dnnnot ,ox!>J|i^n I«er|eoadlUon^'^

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