Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 5, 1908 · Page 7
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Of Chanute Happy Richardson 9 o'clock ADMISSION lOc Auditorium "III.- Whllr S 'aliMP." i6th: National CONGRESS iiit<rolMt4- liidii'^triiil Kxposilinn uiid N»'»\ MfxU'o Tfrritorial I'air AI.I. AT Albuquerque. N. M. SKI', ifl to (l( T. 10 Cfiiie- •.iv.'i spe the iiros-ir-rms P ;i:iT;i F.- S OVH!K\ t st —w hirf llif '.v ay frniii Culiirndci tO:C;i!i- /(•riiia w.i'fr is kiiit:. Th;- r. S (lovi -rnniPnt Is now si'pudinc millions of (lo;iars to fi'i a iiermaiifnt waf«"r ^:u(^|/l^" for ^-lui-iirjd lauds. I; iii'aiis iiiillitms of acres mad'' ri::al,'.- ai;d fit fur lionif:;. A n:it: .iial ivciit, w<ir;lj cfo-.-- icir a cu!ii;!if:i to see. Korei^n liii'Ii'inat.-. r.ovornmfiit i>;ii'-:,'. irri .Liatitja .'\ I>IT;> ani! ('ajititins A jrri'at e.vix'siiiiin ot' ?-MI ;1 I- Wfst fanus. raiu-li.v. ui.i...'> a:!'! induf'rics ladiaiis. (. u. aini rouhu; s -^r. S. CaVilr.i. T;r)i(!.« on sao S--;';. 2T, to O.ir r.. ',\]\-y. !.'iini iiiiii' On Ml. i;-t'^. ir •'..•-:r>:i all aiili.'irati'iti |.i .ai-.i ;,; .\;tmi;lit-r<;!!<'. 'lii-ki'ts l.<- I)ii;,iirr-<1 f.ir vi.t ("li.v ~. N. M and Aaiiri:!.i. T -\, Vtlni«t!\«' sidv-trl)vs to I'. Ilr- «lamali(>ii rni .Mtli. :iiid «.ra;id ( UIMDII of .\ri7l >ll!l. SantaFe mm \\. v.. H\!.ST(»\. ,\ir4-nt. lolii. Kiitis. Auk for Irrlcalloii Ito.'kli-t. I:X(IIA\(;K OI{ si.i.L Lis; .M'ur iiroi'i'iiv 111"' 1 havo a larf:e |;i<c lo mat! h ftorn. No e.\pcii .-ie mi-' )es!' a d»^;il is found fur ><'U. 1 liave ^iO acres in Neo- fbo ruunty. Kas. to exchange for good lola propevty. J. T. MILES. Room 10. Old Cuurt ilonsr. WORLD CRUISE OF OUR SATTLE-SHIPS A Sienificant HUtory-.Makias Move meat by the United Stmtcs. Paciilc Ocean Saved to America hj Bobost 7oUc7 of Bepnblicas Party. The prexent world crul»e of Anirri- c»n warshipn Is one of llie nnwt ijiftr •etnng. Important nna far renclilnu JKT jfonutiu.-rs of any ndniljiNtiatlon »iurv the Civil War. History rlden tipi .n th, prow of the llBj.'shlpi of tbln flr .'f Klthty Ave mlllioits of people bnvc f..i mouths U'eu ntti-niptlDC '•' liit.Tpr»t tiio uioTcmrat anil HO I VO fli.» i.r..Mi'iii our Bovoniuitfiit U aiieiu;>tlii|{ to \,r-i> 'Tly Mdjiiit hy tbU > Ir 'iiiiiiuvl^iatioiK't ttii- slolf. Whcu I'rf»i(l«>tit K.H -i .s .K llr«t jinootmn><| tbut tin. iI.-.-t ..f ithlpii w'ui, tv0hua\ii' till* loMK j.Mini"> from till- AtnTatlo to tin- I'm liu- ti.-mi till- I >i >ino<Tuii turtit-it propli.'ts .•! .nil nnd iiriMl.-tiHl ui:iiir «V.»ii!>tt<iVi!« th:tij;« iroiiM ftil 'nn- us n <xiiis.-.|ii<>ii.-.' <.f tlJl^ tjiiprt^'wlt'iiinl ulo^.•. ArmmAu nnd 'WiirlJ <'rnt *v. T:ir aruiitila t>Kik Its di'iiartiiri- fr..ii: Hniiiptou Koiid». IV.-. 1«. X'M'l. iiti .lp HftiT a wholly HiutrssfiUvt.ya ^t- :iniuli<l th'" ilom, of abotir twlv.- t!i<'ii>iiiDi! ttiil"-^. it dropped Hii hor in San I'ran cls.v Harbor May »;. 1J »<K. Tli.- <«lii]r that form tho f.mr divisi.-iw of tlu- tl-»-t lu this rword-uiakii.g i -rulse art-: Tbi i'oun»'tIfut. Louisiana. Maiiio. Mis •ouri. (Jtforgia. Xevr Jersey. UI I.K I P I S I and, Virjflnln. Al.'ibaiici. Illinois. Ki-ar •artp. K*nturky. Ohi>i, .Miniii-sota. Kan «a» and Veriuon*. To wbli'li ni -r.- .-tdd «1 the Noliraska atnl tho \Vls..>ns'n. al ready In Vugt>t SoniKl. thus makiiiir « flr<*t of ctshtwii tir>-f-'-la-«s iniHlmi battleships In porftvt ••>"ii<liti<>n. There were 'alrtady In the ra.-lfr .and Oriental waters the tine arniiir-.! tTni!«ers West VlrRttUa. C<i!<>rad.'. .\l.i ryiand nnd rennsylranla. Tlieir two eister Bbips. the t:a!lforii:a and S^'iitb l^aiota. were n1«o nu the I'a. an<i the poMrerfu". AVasht!i;:ton and Tnines poe went fmni the .Vtlantio to Join th> araiaiin. thus makftx cisj'.it ar:'i<r<il .•nrisi-rs t.i artdod to the rltfiit .-^i • linttlest\l|>s. In addition 1h^l•e wvre in the Pn.illi- s.'v»>ral protec-ti-.! ••rnisors cunlH -iiits and other les.«'r <rait .\!! to'.d there were tfii hiindre.l miil t1fr> i'!!i.er» ami ninctii'a thi 'ti .-Mii.I livi- hnn drjxl mm | , In line time the n;aln fteft of war ^tll^'' vrsnni'-.l lt» wviitfrn cixiiM- will ton.'h at the leuillnis port* ..f fhtnu mill .\nstraila. pas-sin;; on e.t-t by of the u .'st. nnd .-oinlnj: Ilnally t" M. ' f.i and iilbr.'<ltar, wivre \% riyd nltlinal.'lT return to lis utartln;;. (M'lnt at Mumpl^'U Uoud.-*. |»"riie tliiie eiirly ne\t Kelirniir.*. ' la tills. eTpe<llt,'.-n !!»• :l!.'[.iiJ.:.>tiii |.«rry li.i- .1 ['•••II. y wbl.li pi|>J".ts \*- • fir Into the future, but If is an •••ilir. UilsunileU'tBndinc <>f the nlii\f s I U-UK- til mippose that It Is al;i:<-<l narrow!* or detlnttely at any sitde i^'wer. It N <":<• .'f l!!-'«e robust .•.•nstni'tlvi' i*.:! i-Jes of tSe p.sriy caiici -<l on w<r''l lines It is .euore' of a niitItSiatl>>n than a t'!ir.'."\t. ti- all existing frcrnments. tVcldlnic Morth and Saalh' Aoik-rtrii. ' TliC eye.. .>f world liaVe fii;iOw<|<l our tlfi't Willi a!.s..!;.ii!L' iutvrfs!. • >|ji- CC 'iie :;r .-at aiirart:!:;--- rair-L-il li;. this eriii^if is t'.i- .••nr.-i; «, •-.nu- and iliis- n'->HiaiiHx:;<v wlii ii i: lias evoked fr..ii. t!--' gorerninents nud p'^^|ili-3 of the Cliief r.imbiies of I.atiu .Vmeri<-n. T' the Itraziiiaiis. II;.- .\r-'.-i:-;nfS, the fbl lians hii.i th»- IVnuians. the ini^btT re pubM.- of the n.irtli had been merely a n:i!!ie or a 'ii.ii li^i'ir.'. ]i<'werfii; atn*. Ii.'imr.^.; ).ii'ia|is. (••it i;<if / a<-fua;.'« known. r ..r y.^ars th-r.- .'ia«/ bivn li: t'e i>r :)'< visit b- .'vi.! -n. "f tl:«« wealth or antb-riiy ..f T'li!.-.! Stato.^;. it- tin- . i\i .-f S nib .Viii'Ti an {•••rts Un: tb.y w<-re 111' vis;;.-! by swift and »-:!t»!y Mr.TS. fiyi;;»: tin- flat's of lb'-- niariti:;;e ;).iwers uf K'lroj.^. .\: .-.ry Smith AtiM'ri an port tb" i'"-*. I'V.T !..;vy. '.ur C'O'-rtiai 'E;. our In f!! it lit !••!,<. ..iir p.'.'p'e. our aims, our Indiistri.'s. ..ur trad.—.-very ivn.vlval.!.- •thii!); t!i:it is ..iirs. ii.tv." l>«en dls-uss»-! B.S they n. v.T were bef.Te. and that Wltb-'iit .iiispi-i'ii <if our p'.Iiti.'al and diplomatic Iiitfntl..i;s; . nii.> business h>'i-^>- In -N'fW V ..rk stat.-s that l> Kutitli .\tiierbaii 'I rr'*spiiiilei .i-<- haK In ri.niseil fourl'id -•f - tbf tln.-t vl«it»-l Bio Janeiro. In this . iue It seems tbii: traib- in.i.» fol'.i'W thu tiattlenhlpn. frvaldaut HooaiMrlt Kaplalu* Muvr- Bivnt, In a statement Ir. a itv.«'ch he raa.le tn St I.oiN. rr<«lderit I{<«.n.velt t<«.k the [.iiCI • |)il.> )jl« .'iinlidi 'lJ .f to a dearer wlien hi' Mid "fiillf.irnln. t>r<»- pill and \V«»!i'ti£;on h."\vf a r..Hst \ilibh Is our waiit line ]u«t is euiph«t Iea.:> as tb.- •oast Ilof of .VewYork and .Mill..-, of Ixiulalatitt and leiaa. Ooi ,' fl>->-t.l>' coIuK to ItF nwa biiiuaf WHter> ; ill til.' I'aeltii- and after a atay therr •: will return to Its own home waters tn the .Mlaiifl.'. The t..ff pla.-e for tJi.-|| ii>*al <.ffl<-^r to learn hit duli.-* is atl »ea. by perforiulDjf theiu. and onijr by «ctuai'.y putting through a voraea of thi* nature, a voyage longer than any CUP before uodertakeh br as larj,e a fleet of BUT nation, can wa flod outi Jost exactly what hs neceaisary for ug t0| know ac to our naval Deeds and prao tlce oar officers and enlisted men in,l the hiebest duties of their profeealuu.' Awakealaar of the Orieat. The Pacific Ocean Is recognized bjj , alt far aeelar aUteaineB as the tbeatei* fbr inlHUry and coBmerdal mastoid. Whei' China awakens, to the dr^ree that Japan is BOW awake, erenis puss- ln( ibe j>ower of the imaBinatiou lo conc<|iTe,wiH take place. Aa' to the! palliatlTe and benelioent j cffpvt this craise may have on Cbiua ! and iJapan, there can be but OCJ ' opin- i ion. j IVblle L'm-le Sam was little cun- I eerned at )out the rumors to the effect I that 'Japan was abont to descend upon . the Philipplaea. or possibly to make a ; deminstratton off our Fai.itk- coaxC. yet he did desire, and p «Thaps is In n | position to insist, that the Open Door j poliif 'y be maintained in China. Jaimit | has apparently never been <inlte recvm- j •ilei to this polhjy. and la said to have worked to establish in China the |H>ii-, oy j |f "spheres of Inllueuof." To this! Aniijriea. with Kurnpcan nations, stren j n .>u»ly objiH'ted— and does still obje .-t. j This <»peii "ntHir jK .Uey stau<l« as a ; worljd ui.nuui.-nt In diploniaey to t .ie ' etmitruetlTe (euius of the Kepnblban J IMiHi*. Wllliaui Howard Taft Is In fu.l nyn /imthy with Ihl* .-oiistru .^lte IHI II .-V j .^ilr Tuft on hU li:»t tr^j. to tli. j Oriij-nt wa's slv.-u niiU un eiitbui-ia^'.i- ; r .-<t|i>tlon ai» Slianclial. I'liiiia. HS H i~ ' nexier before iir .-,,rl |.'d fii liuy vKii.i..:' slat,'e «nj«0 by .•ill. lain of Il;e <", ii-s:l.-' j Kliijrdoni «»ii that oiN -nrbiii Mr. laft j made n »per.-li wl^iih. In b-/'fe of it- j geijUl tone and eaijtlous pbra-linT. wa­ ul i«>ii.-e re. ..giil/.t-.l as of the .il;b. nt internalloiial tuip'.rtani-e. Sail be; ywK \\nri.i> K .WK riii: itKiiii n;i I 'KtiTKsr .vrj iti;iN<; i:\< i.i i> Kl> ri:<VM }-iiK TitAUi: MK.' I UNV, nV HKASiiN OK Ol U INSlSlKNi'i; , li'oN Tin: iMii .n'-Y OK TIIK OI'K.V | OtiloK. 'lb.- a-.|Uifs-vri.T in iliis is)li ! .•y; ..f all I I K- r.-iibms iriii-r.-Misl lia>; i'l'fn so j^iib. -it.itiiij^ allil i-!ii;'liatii- that it ;is hariXy w..:i;i asito bow tar tli>- I go! in th.? pr trA .Ie. • • • THE lOLA DAILY •BEfllSCTM.MOXPAY EYEXlXfl, OCTOBER J. HQS. will!.* 'o sjic -ulali- j nit.-d St .«l.-s «..u:.l t.-. ti .in of i;^ < biiie .-i.- 1 I bis rr.«Iiu;: is iikvly to j in /the «. ti.m ,.f tb. li.it.-.i: liiJd e\pri.-ssi.«n .\i|ierl.-an O'vt rnuii-nt. The ^ Statis and t!ie other (mweri* favor th--j Oijen Ii.Kir. an.l if Ib.y are wis,, they j «ijl eii.-ouras.- tie- f-aii-ire f.i take ioac i .•tle-ps In ndmt.il.strative and pivern j inenifll rproriu." | I S.' we bav- not far to s.-ek f.T «'i other v.-rs *p..w.-r!'/il reason f.-r t!ii- w.^r! 1 erulM^ of .Mjr tie. t Mr Tar: siniply ann.'un.Til kn ilij.!'-iiia;i.- Ian that this .•nils.' is int.-nd'vl t-- say that the Open }I'>.->T jx-Il'^y will br i nulntaltn-d at any i>r:.f. II." is !i. horoujch sympathy with tb«- M">'rr .oti struellve i>,.:i.'.T (if/ the !{.•!.ubii^i'ii ; rty. He is .'He 'of its .h.'-r (•'.•.•••a enta * / i rerfertliin of niirlpllne. [ [This w-orM .riils.f of the tuistity ar 'liLida of sLMPeu ships of the h::.- bi'.-n. and is l«-lnjr.- •-.•liilij.ted with :: pre«jslon wriliy of; the tine tra.llib.i.> • •' .•Vnierb-an s.-anianshlt>- whbb sj'.-ak-* the hlctiest iiraise. f Kvi-ry mini, fro-ii I 'tBeer to (oni!ii.>n aailor. has fhi' ll|<' «-yes of the nii(ion al »i ..iiie wer. iV.IIoHine hlin. and/that liow.-ver iii...| eHt Ills sltnatb'n. hit must b.-ar I,in-- f wi..rihlly as an .Vinerb-an sail^.r.'in tli • 'litest miu.KlroU ibat exr f!. <> lb.-, .•^SarK Hn.l Strlp.-s ['' {There Is n.« >ine/if|.'.n bi;t t'lat tbl« I ifulse wt:i b.' U'^te .l J)y al! ••••Mirn.ni i i ttirs of tb.' flit'tre (is ..tie of tin- Ul'>-I ' rlttuarV.tbb' bapl eai'nss of ntiy a-'.^ ' I 'ven Ih.iutfb the .^tiierb-an people hav.- tli,-!: fully underst.K'd the slsnltl.iin.-- I when all the'fa.ts jare known, it wi 'l • tie found to have lis-u one .>f tb.- di^ I t/lneflTf aetji'.if olfilrsinansbip of i:,.-. ij.resient Urpiiblieaii rtdiuinistralb<ii • I Taft is the inan t' ••ontinue tills tory-makluj; ^M .Uiyiof the llet.uL.i.-an j ijarty. ( COCKRAXJ oil TAPT. There Is a reijiaijkable nnanlm- Ity of opinion of iludje Taft in all parties atid In all section?. SiCD pay tribute to hl.s reni.trk- able ablllt.v erpr. where party pol- Isi.-s may exert as to d>-niund jsueh an intlueti..<; the espousing of tbp rival presb|.'ntial .andlJafo's cat'se. As an illustration W. Koiirk." Ooekrai^ in an Interview at n .'s;..in the other day said: ••yes. I Kh.-ill S'ipport Bryan : h.? i.s the best candidate th»> I><'iu.^ crats could put up. Taft. however. Is the irreafest and b-st qualified nominee crer •jfTerril in any republic lit the world. lie I.s a greater niaii than RooiieTelr. and .when surruunded by the same environtm-nf.^ that ma<Ie Roosevelt ipvat will prore a bie- jer man. Taft la a wonderful administrator, thw createM the country haw ever seen, aad is a wonderful worker." . Childron's H^arski.i Coats, in hrowti. t.in. uiccn, icd, while aiul liluc. sptci.li all tLu u .k Chi;(?toti"s Ik'flr.-<kiii Coats in .ill titwitwti tone cllecls. .ill f<f '<:is, s}/x> Iroui .» to (>. All this wf tk Chiliircn's prvttv velvet Conts In liliic Rtcon. st/es 3, 5. t—spccirtl for all this wovk Misses an-J Jatiior Gn'sln black, red grctn. hrown ami bltic. Jr.j.n $7.50 (0 $20.00 Big Sale of Ladies' Tailored Suits ALL THIS W££K I'i/th shipiuent icieivcd toilny. Re on h.Tml e.irly and seriirp fir.st cboire. Oar line of Ladies' Lon^ Coats now ready lor your fnsp'.:ction. Nillmery Dep't. Bargain^ For AH This Week T TIRELESS efforts have been made by our Millinery buyer, icarchitig the markets for extra values, with Ihe point in view of making; every t?ay this v»«ek record-breaking bargain selling dayt of the season. Bargain Item No Is'> rt-il. c kv cr iHildj.. Ha>. I t 'iitle twirls .\li the iicw shapes, -i'k < .ids Hit-l ril>')on b.iud luS'r. 99c.GI.25,$I.50 Bargain Item No. 2.—The new "in- rorloire"" Hals lot litt e K>rl-'- t>-''. ni«vv. blown. Mack t.<ti:" ; itiutincd with the swell sc.,., ..c !-^j2.00 to $3 50 Bargoin Item Nc. 3.- I.M I -.CS " jt «.!i by vtlvcl il.its. |iiet:ily ttiinmcd 'with $2.95, $3.50, $4.fl» Bargain Item No. 4.—Ladies' baud .some Velvtt Hats, all eialmrateiy tiini- nicd with.wiiiijs. lip-; and I'er- ( C Aft sian efu -cts. Special price..' <l3«UU Democratia laeoaalateaer. The Pewm-ratie leaders have U -en , for years inakltii; loi /ij de'-Iaratlunt atralnat corporations and trusi.s and ' railroads and have, revertheles.s. lu- stltuttd no lefELslatlTe steps In all this time for the purpose of restraining , abuses. They are now indignant that the Kepobliean party. In carrying out, tb* promise* ef It* own platform, is ])Uttlng iDto practice the prlnelpu-s wbl< h they, with a superb seff <-ompla- cency. r 'lalm are really covered by a I>«mocratlc patent.—Hon. Wm U. Taft. oooooocoooooooooo o o o . o iooooooooooboooooo , . #'.'T.'. for IVhitltin (as.-. ; ..: ili.- iiKi-.-rtanf (<- <.l'.ni.-- f..,.- •!:.- i .,i:.l ..! . ..niiiiir-siiiii.-.' a' ; 1. >r-*;'iti i.« ili.it 1-..V1II1H; tii.- «-\ ;..•': Hi.- \\"li,i.o« i ^.'Tjiirv la-.- Viu- 1.1 til.- bllU !.•' lir,- ca-.- Start Another Block. .\ii..rn"; l.iixk. of f'trnai.-; l.-^tarte .i by t!i.' I..aiiy..ri-S'a: . >00!1 a;- -.l-i |-Ort!:..'<-;i>l!- i;!'; i- .s!\ iii i-!M-r:iti.'.'> Til-- 'l.'- j tor n--\a I .-lii S !i-:iK >-i - I niii.- t;i>i of tlieiii bav.' !•• of S<-;ii "!ii^er t 1 !• • ' I'-.- —Insist on haTlnit **!'. S.** noar. lart.-d l>.> th.- l.a:.' • 1- j « iii I'.iaVe ten. A ' V \il!ojl if there wa- . I'.'tvkeen ibe p;;<i- "f of spt-It.T Ol-.- l-i 1 tiia; k.: i.rn-i- o:' i-ii.t Hea'l of Locusts. •si.l>-;-.t- I'l '.o I..-- detor- ;• a ' I.!!' il.ti'iX of bir;!StS ..I! an "i ;! •• aMi!i!:i: !y I 'ri- . • 'V iiiirniii-i th-.i o' . . : -.vbieif ar.. ,1 i .fT so-ii.- ins.-et. yip- i..- ,1 ;.:(•••:>' .'f .^..tn s; --eb- ^ iiiu ••!!. 'i'-.ld 'wi-;r. ai'f j !• ;!'. 'h- ; i ii' bic'tsrs :i: . fiesisterj Want Ads bring ijesulta. j 9t dkt wwld'a ccualng freat atrag^eJ j at Greensboro. North Carolina. I: ••eletr !• Summi. In aplte of the general comfort, there have been made manlf <*st by signs not to be misanderstood; a quickening uf ' the public coascience and a dwnaiid for the remedy of aboses. the ontgrowth of Tin this prosperity, and for a higher stan- , dard of tatsineas Integrity. Every lover of bis country shoald have k feellus of pride and ezalutlon In this evidence First l(i-lirai«iil. 1 lie l,r t ri'ti«-a:-a! oi !ii. 'i iiaii." «Iiiib I.- '<> be t;iv<-; 'liorfi- in ih<- Chri-iian rbun oru'orio ! l.> a •b wiil of ( ..'-l -i r --ra! j- . •- )r - f.ir ..ii:-h ti.. lalii!.,: Best Summer Schoo'. ' Tito ?<iniiti<'r i><'S-"i":^ ••'' " I rniver.-^ity of Kai:-<:is ii =^ier-.-sSfi;' of th. Filed Ahstrart. 'liie ai-^iract of }:i.lai|-.eiu in tin" -e i.f K. -V .Mc.Millen v.-. .lohn A < was ti'.'-d ?oday in 'listriot rovir;. anioiint of the judmnent i.s $TJ.'.<J. ^.-i "n.- ih-!'!- Th- enrollm.-nt •..-arl;. 1 in th-- odiesiat.- dt-parin.--:'" i f >!'• I !•• •• ' I tea-'- 'I:' ' i !oc 'l >l- u.ni'i! Ii Tii. n. !i>o!i 111 ' 'i>o(< a il":ip I., rt. r if rot -i. ;'ii'- aiiil a niatc'-i t>-;rb. • bav- th.-m 1". in:r aro'tr.d ; : walk-s- am! la-.vr.s. Tb" ;i l..,i-.-bf ''. .-• to l- 1 ,!r:i!V >-'. iraMe. -onM ... I.I one i'h. ; ihan •h'^ slde- o;:'.iar as- Stoves Set up .ind connected, also any other fittinjf. Good Work and reasonable charges. Phone 29^ :C ill n:'i=ie. Niiieu 'l-l.-nt.-J al: - .I-!" !i. Id .-o!!-:;" deer—-s. f. of ti-^f- i.'.ti- l..r l>.ii !s resist. ml in worl; b-.t-lir-.: to hii:iier d--8r.-<-s. ET.v-n iiis'-':et- ors- in oth-r .-.in: atiov.al ii:>tittitiO!ii sa^tTf oa fhf .-!tn tne '^as r.over been notifoil here !n prfvln-js years. I.lmb.s the sizo of a iK-rson'-s fins-r are cnaw- ed asunder, the same a.q. ff a «aw did T!I - work.—Ft. Scott Tribune. I.. To Carthage. ~ I- Patioii. of Ho's'-s'iof- Cave. THE K>LA iCE AND COLD STORAGE CO. Maaafactnrars. WboiaMte aa4 JUCoB Dealers CRYSTAL ICE And IMstilied Water Vew C«M Storage Bcaij f«rt KuiBMi ~ Fh«M lie FRANK Rfl)DL"£. Mgr.. ; ti Kr. wa.- hun.Ir.-.l and thirty Svo •-.irh- K.-ntucky. has bof n Ir. tho r;tr th. .»»prlj|r|w Is Frvi: , 'd S ]>ri 'j?s. the roiored inaji wiio an.l on ^ eJiariied with rwbljiaj: ,A1I» r; ' ••r-' in tho s.-condary srhmd.s w-r-'^ past few days. Ti .=!tin^ at t |ie ho:nc of that osir aoeiety to atlll aoand at thei^.j.^;j. j..- ^ ,„jj,, „j jr,o .-nroll.-d. Preparations .-ire now ur.- f. .S. Culbprt.son. H P left' ycstpr-iay ^T:^M.tm. flm. H. Tttt, tt-CoLusabaM. j .^^ ^ justice court today. He paid and. dor way for the summer session of for Carthage, Mo., where 1. • will be was released. Mnployed hy a large dry goods firm. i -. i' ' - i • • fVneral Cntnam. ' b' . Flassthne and Canont Mdewalks anii Curblnr a Sp«aal^. • «: f I; Oaie* 115 EMt#Ja <AMitlnb%|{

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