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With time, comes progress and nd
Tan cement in all lines of successfully
conducted enterprises. Success come
to those only who have goods with
superior merit and a reputation. In
the manufacture of laundry .starch foi
the last quarter of a century J. C.
llubinger has been the peer of nil
others and to-day is placing on the
market the finest laundry starch evei
offered the public under our new and
Ask your grocer for a coilpon book
-which will enable you to get the first
two large ID cent packages of his rte
starch, 11EI) CROSS, TKADK MAltK
brand, also two of the children's
Shakespeare pictures painted in twelve
beautiful colors as natural ns life, or the
Twentieth Century Girl Calqndar, nil
All grocers arc authorized to give ten
large packages of KKI) CKOSS STAKCIL
with twenty of the .Shakespeare pic
tures or ten of the Twentieth Century
Girl Calendars, to the first five purchas
ers of tlitf Endless Starch Chain Hook.
This is one of the grandest oilers evei
made to. introduce the . KKI) CKOSS
laundry starch, J. C. Ilubingcr's latest
At the cnd of his two weeks' vacation,
wanting a third week, lie telegraphed hii
employer: "Very sick. Please hold mj
And hack enme this mystifying .reply
"Take all time you want to get well. An
other man is holding your job." Philndel-
liuiu nuiwi iiiiuriL'uu.
The Ilct I'ri-NCi-ltitlnii for ClillI
and Fever is nbottlo of Gitnvr.'s TASTr.Lnss
Chii.i.Tonk). Hih simply iron'undnutnitiulu
nt&stclesslorm. No euro -no pay. rricc.SOc.
Teacher "What do you know- about
Jonah?" Scholar "He was the first man
to take a trip in the vicinity of the" oil re
gion." Yonkcrs Statesman,
To Cure rt Cold In One Uny
Tako Laxative Broino Oultilno Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fulls to cure. 25c.
"Hello!" exclaimed the fish. "Here to
Ktay?" "No." replied the worm: "I just
dropped in for a bite." Philadelphia
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an A No.
1 Asthma medicine. W. It. Williams, An
tioch, 111., April 11, 1SU1.
Some men work hardest trying to ncconv
plish useless things. Chicago "Daily News.
Ilnll'N Cndirrli Cure
Is a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c.
SUFFERED 25 YEARS.
Congressman Botkln, of WInfleld, Kansas.
In a recent letter to Dr. llartman, Con
gressman ISotkin says:
"My Dear Doctor It gives me pleasure
to certify to the excellent curative qualities
of your medicines Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin.
I have been atllictcd more or less for a
quarter of a cqntury with catarrh of the
stomach and constipation. A lesidencc in
Washington has increased these troubles.
A few bottles of your medicine have given
mc almost complete relief, and I am sure
that a continuation of them will effect a per
manent cure. Pe-ru-na is surely a wonder
ful remedy for catarrhal affections."
J. D. Hotkin.
, The most common form of summer ca
tarrh is catarrh of the stomach. This is
generally known as dyspepsia. Congress
man Hotkin was a victim of this disease
twenty-five years. Pe-ru-na cures these
cases like magic. Address Dr. Hartman, Co
lumbus, O., for a froe book.
The microbes that cause chills and
fevor and malaria enter the system
through mucous membranes mndo
porous by catarrh. Pe-ru-na heals the
mucous membrunes and prevents the
entrance of malarial germs, thus pre
venting ami curing those affections.
$3&$3. 50 SHOES union
Worth $4 to $6 compared with
Indorsed by over
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
TDK (il.M'INK I.... M. L. llou,!..'
nm uJ prlt tta,r J on bottom,
TaVo no, nubntlttito clnlmcJ
to bii an good, I.nrgrtt inaUor
of .l and .1..V) Kliocit In the
world. Yourdealerkhuuiil keep
them If nut, v.o whl hcbiI jou
anulron rrrclntof nrlce. Ktatr
kind of leather, bIzo ami width, plain ur cap toe.
Cntnlogue II Free. .
W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mast.
Mnchinpfl urn nortnblo. and
drill any depth both by steam
and horse power, Twenty dif
ferent Btyles. Send for FREH
UlUBtrnted catalogue. Atldrosi
KELLY k TANEYIIILL. Waterloo, lovya,
BOURKE COCKRAN SPOKE.
Tho JIiw Yurki-r IJiitortiilnnl tlio Olitcng
Moiitlnp Willi n 1'i'W Pointer About
Trunin I.ulKir Loiulrr Itoiirnnmitod.
Chicago, Sept. 10. Workingmen, so
cialists, advocates of the single tax
thcoryiind students of political econ
omy were heard yesterday morning lit
the Clvle federation on trusts and com
binations held here. A majority of the
speakers spoke in vigorous opposition
to industrial,-Huniiclarand transporta
tion combinations. The problem in Its?
gelation to the worklngman was dis
cussed. John W. Hayes, secretary of the
Knights of Labor, was the first to
,spenk. In p;irt he said:
I maintain that tbX-M) groat combinations nro
nn assault upon the Inherent and constitutional
rights of tho eltlzOns. lliat tho real niitl vital
hdvantaKO to bo gnlncd Is the despotic control
over labor. Violence is not tho only means of
making conquests and enslaving tho tleoplo and
It can bu proven benoud any question that the?
methods of the Invader and tho objects to bo
accomplished by tho Instigators of tho trusts
are oxnotlv thoso Intended to bo accomplished
by arms directed by military genius.
Samuel (lompers, president of tho
American Federation of Labor, fol
lowed Secretary llnycs. He said iu
It bus been said that organized labor Is a
trust, and 1 want to say In connection with this
that to our minds that Is an absolute misnomer.
Organized labor throws open Its doors to all
who work for wages, and asks them to como In
and sh nro In tho bcnclUx. You cannot break
Into n trust.
Though disappointed in failing 'tq seo
such a spectacle as Bryan and Cockran
pitted against each other, the audience
nevertheless enjoyed a rave treat as
Mr. Cockran was at his best, and bis
speech was punctuated with frequent
and prolonged applause. He said in
No lines, no Judicial rebukes, no denunciation
from platforms, no legislative enactments de
claring thing? tiro rcprehenslvo will touch the
bubjpet, butnspccltlo enactment that u special
rate grunted to anyone not enjoyed by tho others
Is a felony, and proper Inc.uis to punish It will
do something towards checking It, and my
friends, this Is not my Inconsiderate statement,
It Is a crime of tho llrst magnitude. The public
olllulal In tho eolitrol of any gic.it public fran
chise who glVcs to one man opportunities at tho
expense of tho other, robs that other party If
not of tho property In his possession, the oppor
tunity to ncqulro properly. Now, with a slaluto
authorizing and making It a right of every ship
per, of every person using a public franchise to
have disclosed to him at any tlmo every con
tract and agreement made with any other per
son you will llml there will be llttlo dlMculty
about avoiding tho enforcement of tho penal
statute, for It will not bo transgressed. Wo
want a slninlo statute of publicity uud I bcllcvo
that will check tho special f.ivors.
Wlillo 1 am on tho subject, I think It wlso to
advert what many call a phenomenon that Is,
tho public dislike and distrust or hatred of cor
porations I don't share that hatred or dlsllku,
but I understand It. I don't think It Is wholly
Justified, yet I think an examination of tho his
tory of corporation management will show somo
Justification. Tho hatred of corporations,
iihlch, us I say, Is not wholly Justified, Is not
discreditable to tho public opinion of America.
In f'tet I lay It down as a cardinal rulo, which I
think any person can follow with perfect safety,
that wherever you Uud a general opinion on any
subject in America theru Is always u pretty
good ground for It. Tim distrust of corpora
tions arlso not lu niy Judgment from any well
considored dislike to corpirato entitles. Wo
do not object to tho principle of co-operation.
Corporate existence Is tho natural evolution of
tlio partnership; It Is a scheme by which men,
strangers to each other, e.iu co-operato In pro
duction, wlillo partnership wsisuschcmo limited
to men who knew each other and wero com
pelled to work together. Hut tho management
of corporations has been tho blackest pugo In
all our history.
At the close of his speech the New
Yorker won the hearts of his listeners
by paying Mr. Bryan a few well-chosen
compliments, which the democratic
leader blushingly acknowledged. Mr.
Cockran likened Mr. Bryan to a monop
oly and claimed lie was a bigger mo
nopoly as the leader of the democratic,
party than any financial corporation
in tlie world. Mr. Cockran spoke for
about two hours.
A lliirrlrunn In Newfoundland.
St. Johns, N. l, Sept. 10. A violent
hurricane swept this section of New
foundland last night. The Allan
liner Corcun, from Philadelphia, had a
frightful passage and the steamer
Silvia, from New York, was delayed
!it hours. Four fishing boats were
driven off. the St. Johns coast and
three men and a woman drowned.
Widespread destruction of fishing
premises and gear is reported, and it is
feared that there has been much dum
age and probably loss of life at more
Nlnotcuii Mii Drowned In Austrhi.
Vienna, Sept, 10. The Danube is
still rising and is now 470 centimetres
above its normal level. As yet no
serious danger threatens Vienna, but
the railway station and tho streets
along the banks of the river are biili
merged. A dispatch to the None Freie
l'rus.so from (Jmunden, on the river
Trail n, nppr Austria, says that an
iron bridge over the Traun collapsed
yesterday afternoon while 'JO men wero
engaged in endeavoring to strengthen
it ami 1'J wero drowned.
llutrliMurlc at ii Hanging.
Mobile, Ala., Sept. 10. Henry Gard
ner, a negro boy, aged IS, was hanged
in the jail yard here yesterday for as
saulting n white girl under 10 years of
age lust .Itine. When the trap fell the
noose hud not been properly fastened
and the negro fell heavily to the
grouud. He was assisted to tho scaf
fold, buffering great pain, and tlio trap
sprung the second time (successfully.
Tim Noxt Diimnt-rntlo I'lut form.
London, Sept. 10. Chairman Jones,
of the democratic national commfttee,
in an interview hero said V. .1.' Bryan
would be the next nominee for presi
dent. He said the platform would de
clare against imperialism and trusts
and advocate free silver and tariff re
JOHN C. HUBINGHR.
Itcmnrknlilc Career of h Wcll-Kiinwc
"Western CnpltnllKt, Manufact
urer nuil IMilliintliroiilNt,
Among the lenders of the progressive
clement for which the midlc west ii
fatuous, Mr. .lolin C. Hubluger, of Kco
kuh. In., reigns without a peer. A
a manufacturer, nsun enferprtsingenp
itiilist nnd as a philanthropist his faun
hits spread over ninny states, and lib
financial enterprises have developed
ninny obscure towns into progressho
thrifty and wide-nwnke cities. Mr
Hublngcr, nlthough but 47 yenvs ol
age, enn look back upon scores of com
mercial victories, eocli one of which bin
benefited mankind, for his liberality h ,
ns bountiful as his business stignclty i
marvelous. lie was born in Xew Or
leans, La., his parents being of French
nnd German origin. When, ho was font
venrs old. his fnmllv removed to Ken-1
tucky, in which state young Hubiugci
received n public school education. Al
most before reaching man's estate he
secured patents on n number of val
uable mechanical inventions, thereby
laying the foundation of his present
By inclination and force of circum
stances his attention was early direct
ed to the manufacture of starch by lin-'
proved processes, nnd in the course ol
time he became the head of a concern
having an annual business Of million
of dollars. But genuine ambition
never quite satisfied with existing eon-'
ditions, works ever townrd perfection
nnd after years of pninstaking study
and research Mr. Hubingcr Iiiib made 8
JOHN C. HUBINGEIt.
discovery, wliicli lie considers the
crowning event oi ins wunucriui
jareer, and which is embodied in n
new article of commerce, known ns
. i , , ,
Bed Cross Starch (Bed Cross trade
llliliK.; Jiu is (iiiiiiuiii iu uiniiiuuiu
millions of packages of this starch to
the housewives of America, at n merely
nominal prdce to the consumer, in order
to make its merits known without de
lay. Thus, for but 5 cents two large
10c packages of Bed Cross Starch may
be had, together with two magnificent
Shakespearean views printed in 12
beautiful colors, or a Twentieth Cen
tury Girl Calendar; or for only 20
cents 10 packages of the starch nnd
the entire series of eight Shakespearean
views and one Twentieth Century Girl
Calendar views alone easily worth
$1.00. Watch this paper for future
premium announcements, of which
every lady will certainly want to take
While Mr. Hubingcr will devote his
best energies to the manufacture of
this ivew nnd -wonderful starch, lie will
not retire from the vnrious financial
enterprises in which he is interested
street railways, electric lighting plants
and the Missisisppi Valley Telephone
Co., with 10,000 telephone subscribers
in Minneapolis nnd St. Paul nor will
iiis augmented activity interfere with
his social obligations nnd exercise of
the splendid hospitnlity which he dis
penses nt his palatial Keokuk home.
Mr. Ilubingcr's family, consisting of
himself, wife and four children, is the
pivot nround which his netivity re
volves, nnd while fond of promoting
great enterprises, he is still fonder of
his home circle, where he spends every
moment of time not taken up by busi
ness or public cares.
StrntCKy of n Sncnilllirlf t.
A Rood Btory is told of n young man who,
besides being of the spendtlufl older, is a
mimic and can mutate Ins f.ither'a voice ton
nicety. Not long ago the young man want
ed, without delay, some money to pav a bill,
and he knew that his father woutd Heat
his request with cold contempt. Waiting
till lie knew that his father would be away
lie went to the telephone and tang tip tho
since, calling tor the cashier. J he cashier
was foithcoming, and when he was nt the
other end the young mini imitated his ure's
voice: "I My, Blank, iftlt.it scapegrace sc n
of mine comes around and asks for $100.
don't give it to him, only givo him $5d.
The cashier promised that lie would ful
fill the commands. Not long after that tho
oil called at the nfliie and i cnmiwlnd Sinn
lie was refused by the- umscientious cash
, ier, and, apparently in anger, the voting
I man contented hiincelf with the $50.- When
! the old man reached the oflice. there was a
icene. Chicago inter Uccan.
iluniicil lvjfli Woe, n
The gentleman with the red, red note got
ibo-rd the trolley car, winch, by bonm, mis
chance, had stopped top a moment.0
The sjlence w.u uiteiiM-. "
The little boy hoked .it the man with the
And tho little boy didn't nsk his' father
"Merciful heaven!" muttered the fond
parent, "I am the Cather of a freak!" Jn
iianapo'is Journal. - .
Money talks and "poverty." has a way of
itlling. Chicago Daily News. ?,
lie i6' 3
.ook nt voursclf! Is vour face
covered with pimples? Your skin
rougn anil blotchy t it's your liver I
Aycr's Pills arc liver pills. They
cure constipation, biliousness, and
uyspepsta. 25c. All druggists.
Wnnt your mnusliiclio or Iwirrt a beautiful
lirnwn or rich llirl7 Thru nso
RlimIMflUniWVQ nVC for tho
uuimmuiiMiti uun. wnioK
i ye-. r
$ a isvm m
IV o. 105. This li.indsomB klrt ltmntlcof fine quality all wool storm ncree In tlin new fasti
lonnblosliain; stylishly trimmcil with blncU satin from w.iitt, In fancy design ns Ulustratrd.
Nbtwlthstaiuling tho modost cost of tills nt flux ultr.i of fashion, noun of tho osscuttiil
3c r f
1 fi WMS.M, .
5 Miisim .
In which is listed at lowest
i 111 Ml
cat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to
partly pay postage or expressagc, and as evidence of good
I faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to
I $1.00 or above.
Live Stock Commission Agent
FOR THE PURCHASE AND GAUE OF
UNION STOCK YARDS, Chicago, Ills.
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, Ills.
UNION SIOCK YARDS, tmitli Omaha, Neli.
KANSAS CITY STCCK YARDS, Kansas City,
Always prepared to furnish cnttlo on tlrno to responsible: fcnlcra of stock, nnd on most,
fnvorablo terms. Infonimtlun blunlis kcnt on ic-iiw-Ht. All upplIcntlonH should bo uddrcshcd to.
U10 company ut Jiunsas City Stoolt Y.'.ids.
WE OFFER YOU UNEQUALED
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO
PL.iW U' - -' J ' "' J
Vji;uIq ,su ,A!ivw Vftdut'e voj,Viad.AivpWiA,! (vnVTwVv,onal!. VUliE, .
VQRTAWESTHW PWARVlCL CO. M1LWAVJ1E.L, WIS. C.OXV6'A.
f 1 ST" ft "3"
1 PP i
$ Ijki ELa u
tstrr .r n vw j
I"" . HO J- n. . ft n . m
wt- Li' ,. wsis only zo uenis. ask
A A -
CUIllb Whtllt AIL Llif. I AILS, V
jf iiuot uuuxu ojrrup,
i'ojtui (ioixl. Ueo
In time. Buld by cirncalms.
WILL KEEP Y0D DRY.
i't to footed with n n.icUntosli
ublcrcoat. If ou w.mt.icail
tli.lt will keen vondrv In the hard-
ost storm buy tho 1 isli Ilr.inJ I
Slicker. If not for salo In yourl
lovtn, wruo inr cai.iiocue to
A. J. i uwi.k, uoston. Mm,
Ask for It. Ir your dealer hasn't
It ho can cot It cnstly.
points that uo to maka
mi n sir ctly lust-class
skirt havu hocn omitted.
It Is lined throughout with
lilf.li crado crralino and
sli lis t a n 1 1 a I inliir lining;
hound with best wutor
jirouf lilndlm;; inadii with
under box plait nnd patent
snap fasteners ill tlio back
to prevent spreading open;
bound senilis, Tlia accom
panying illustration hnvlug
born made from n photo
graph of tho skirt; arm
rntcly portrays tho i;rncof ill
ness of each fold nnd Una
nnd rIvcs n clear concep
tion of tho way It will hang
when worn. This is n bar
gain of iitiustial intcrrst to
every Indy who desires
something not ton expen
sive, at tlio samo limn pos
sessing st) la cijunl to mora
costly garments and quality
that is wonderfully serv
iceable Colors nro navy
Mno or black. Sizus:
Waist, 2 to 30 Inches;
length, y to 44 inches.
Larger sfrcs 20 per cent
KSv J, B 1;3Miw7S5?
,. t IJU LiBiiiMiam
-Of (E? Av 11 t -..
MAMMOTH nSr". )
vearing it be
price is only
about half tho
value. To bo
means to be
wholesale prices everything to
SERVICE AND AKSOLUTR SAFETY..
PATRONIZE THE BEST.
by 'VP0M EfVUT VAftS.
Mndc: ! unn- )uur'l I:i:t1I1.A
liclliln-- I'mfilcr to our Iflllit
Kr.iinlrlilld with tho Iinpplt-st re..
J nun 1 nr run t rriiiiiiu!ii niiiif.
I c.i I Hiiiln'rUiiilyiiKiri'Kiilikl'iiilurv
i lli.ni Iriim mi) tiling i cut iimhI."
r . .
your urupgist lor it.
If not U-it liv iliimnlit.
u mull U. L'uuU I"
C. J. MOFFETT, M. D St. Louis,' Mo.
PJTC I'rrniiiiK-ntl.vCiiri-il. Nofltor.ncrT
r t t Odtmifsnurtur llrslU.ty s nso of Dr. Klltm'i
l.ruatNi-rru Ui-htiiri-r N trlul liutiluatiil tii-utUo'
Itwllrll II K1.1M-;, Lll.iat,Archbt.,l,lilia..la.
A. H. K.-I)' f j "1770 .
viu:.v viciti. to Anvr.'riHiucii
iluk c(utu Unit you iuiv tho AtlvertUv
iaeii,ln tliU iuior. '