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Kntisao City Allvo With Knights
From All Porta of tho Oouutry.
the Urrnt Initiatory litrntln rropnrntor
to tlie OpmiliiR ill Mm Siiiiromo IiiIko
Olllclnl ltt iwirtM Show n Itotimrlc
Mlilo (Innrtli of tho Ordor.
Kansas City, Ma, Atijf. 23. Through
Knnvns (itv's streets to-day 1.1,000 sir
Knlghta pariuta. The
wcru fjathurhitf ull
yesterday and tar
Into tlw nljfht by
t li o m cntitM tho
,)( unattached visit
not even at tho hup
py tttuo of tho ua
have so many poo-
bui'HKMi: ciiancki.- plo lu ono iluy en
roll o. 11. sii.vw. torod KnmaH City.
Tlie Knights of Iythlaa havu taken
tho town. It Is tliolrs and thuy aru
welcome to It.
It was a day depressing enough for
the start into a week of gaiety. Hinging
and hot in tho mornlug; a vloioim little
wind storm nnd dreary rain in tlio after
noon. Hut the crowds did not care. The
hosts of people grew and grow and
blocked nil the streots, oror whelmed tho
depots, Invaded Camp Uoorgo II. Shaw
in unnumbered multitude, all cjulto
reckless of tho nasty wentln'r. To-day
tucro is no iiultca
tlon of rain, and
while some of tho
wonderful array of
decorations aro a
bit soiled, ull is in
lino shape for tho
Such throngs of
people will behold
them as never be
fore gathered lu
came Into tho city w. w. ni.AOKWiif.r.
over roads that enter tho nulon depot,
10U trains sixty-six regulars, forty-
uireu specials, i neso born between
43,000 nnd 44.000 peoplo for nil were
dcusely crowded. Tho roads that do !
not cuter tho union depot landod quite
So fully flO.OOO pcoplo catno to town
during the day.
Of these, according to tho cnlm dec
laration of Maj.-Gen. Carnahan, 10,000
wero knights of the Uniform Rank. To
day will bring 5,000 more knights
Rut It is
suro that with all
tho excursions and
extra trains planned
the prophesies of
100,000 visitors will
be fulfilled, muoh
ns timid people mis
believed the proph
ets a week uiro.
Everybody within a
day's travel of Kan
sas City Is coming
to nee that great
parade. Ills honor
the mayor hus de
clared a public boll-
!rovtli of tlio Orilcr.
Tho report of Supremo Chancellor
At tlio limp ntir Pvtlitjn cnnvrtHA w:a lnnt In
HctMon, July. Uto. tho nuniericiU Htrcntfth ol !
Iho tnccibcrahlp. us shown by the rciKirU for
. tlui year ended December 31, ISS9, wcro us fol
Iuwh: Number of urunJ lodnoi 47
Numbvt of KUbordin.ito lodijcs, , 3.7JI
Uembcrsblpof the order SA3.8I
The olllclnl rejiort for the year ended
December SI, 1300, shows, vli.:
Number of Knuul loile.n Kl
Number of nuborillii.ttu loJjfos i,W9
Mi mbcrshl" of thu order 3rt8.VW
For the year ended December 81, lbOl,
Number of Rrnnd IoJkuh fit
Nuinbrrof subordinate loJea 400
Membership of tho ordur M7,l4
And ofllcial reports as of July 1, 1801,
timber of fc'rind lodges. M
Number of subordinate lodges BW0
Membership of tho ordor ?M,000
ThCfa llt'iiret though approxlmslo, are
based upon reports no fur rooulrud.
From tho foregoing ti made tho fol
MemberKbtp of the ordor July 1, 1800 281,699
Mcmler8hlp or the ordor July I, 180s tM,ono
Or nn Increase In the two years euded July I,
189i of 1R0U0, bolnif ut tho rule of nearly J per
oenL for tbo time.
At tho present rnto of progress it will
be safe to say that tho membership is
now fully 400,000.
From tho foregoing it may bo seen
that tho increase of membership during
tho present administration is approxi
mately 113,000, being a greater ir.:mber
of Knights of Pythias than oomposed
the entire membership of tho order at
the end of tho first eighteen years of its
Concerning tho growth of the rank
tlio report of tho secretary will say:
Since April 1, 1803, (ifty-ntuo sections
have been instituted, 1,473 members ad
mitted and 92,030,000 now oudowmento
has been issucti A comparison with
tho samo period of one year ago,
as well as with tho subsequent quar
ters, will show that there has boon
a continuous Increase lu tho new
membership and endowmont over each
succeeding quarter. During tint first
half of tho year 1833 tlw new sootlons
organized number Hit Nearly 3,000
applicants were admlttod, and tho en
dowment Issued aggregates W,887,00a
AViir on Mimlay 'ttiimtrimlifc
Chicago, Aug. 2. For some time
tho congregation of the Englowood
Hnptlst church and the management of
tlie Chlcugo opera hotiM, which stauds
next to the sacred edifice, have boon at
open war over tho subject of Sunday
night performances. Tho church en
listed tho police and lust night Lieut,
llurdick with a 6quad of men marched
upon tho stngo and threatened tho act
ors with arrest if they proceeded. Tin
play was stopped and tho audience dis
missed. As the audlonco tiled out of
the theater tho conirroiratlon of the
church headed by the pastor grcotud
them with loud cheers of triumpn.
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A GRAND PARAbE.
A Clny n.iynt Kurum Clty-Thr l'urotto ol
the KhIrIiM or l.vtlil.i WltncMCMl llr
Tens of TIioimiiihU-V (I rami MrooS
Kashas Citv. Ma, Aug. 2 1 Tho su
promo lodge Knights of Pytblns met In
session yesterday. Mayor Cowherd
welcomed tho dolegatos to thi; city. E,
M. Harbor, grand chancellor of Mis
When Gov. Francis was Introduced
hearty appluuso greeted him. As tho
executive ofllcer of Missouri ho greeted
tho 1'ythlau army In an address which
was frequently applauded.
After the cessation of tho applausa
following the governor's address. Chair
man Maybury introduced MaJ. Warner
who, in a neat address, welcomed tlio
Supromo Chancellor Shaw rcr.pondcd
lu a ncnt uddress.
If the scenes down town were
animated during tho early afternoon,
whllo preparations wcro going on for
the great event, those at Camp Shaw
were moro no, A casual speculator
would have supposed that a revolution
was In progress, and that tho foroua of
the atato wero being massed to defend
tho homes of tho city, livorywhoro
was hurry and Ineatrlc'ablo confusion.
In the lino thcro were 0,000 men from
Indiana, 1.C00 from Missouri, 1,200 from
Kunsas, 1.300 from Ohio, 1103 fron Wis
consin, 000 from Toxin, f00 from Neb
braka, 600 from Kentucky, 1,01)0 from
Tennessee, 1,000 from Iowa, 200 from
Minnesota, 1M) froin Michigan, 1.200
from Illinois, 140 from Massachusetts
and assigned regiments, tho remaining
being mado up of Innumorablo de
tached regiments and divisions. It
took the parade something over two
hours to leave tho camp and over an
hour to pass a given point
Promptly at J o'clock tho glittering
cavnlcndo moved. At tho head was
MaJ.-Gcn. .Tames U. Carnahan, mounted
on the famous stulllon, Kentucky llrlght
Eyes, and ho hoaded n staff of sixty-two
brilliantly uniformed men, who made a
magnliicont nppearance as they dashed
down the column and took their pluocs
at tlio head of as brilliant an array of
plumed knights us ever marched proud
ly through the streets of a great
city. In front of tho major-general
nna Ft:ltl rortc n Bltu3 of inountad po-
nc ,W0I' tho '"' lr for tlia
parauc wmen was to follow.
TUB KANHAI MVUZOtf. '
Oen. Joseph Lyon had tho good
fortnne to command ono of the largest
brigades of tlie day, thoro being four
regiments In lino, represented by forty
eight divisions, many cities sending
three and four divisions each. All
nlong tho lino of march tho commund
was recelvod with' choors, and It seemed
ns though tho men knew everybody in
Tlits command marched in tho follow
Gen. Joseph Lyons and staff.
Band from Fort Leavenworth, Fourth
regiment, U. S. A.
Kansas Socond roglmont, divisions
from Weir City, Parsous, Glrard, Otta
wa, Paola, Chanuto, Pittsburg, Choto
po, Lincoln, Fort Scott, Noodasha and
Tlilrd regiment, Col Houston com
manding. Hand from Wellington; di
visions from Wichita, Arkansas City,
Winflold and Albany.
Fourth reglment,Col. W. II. lien lie tt
commanding. Hand; divisions from Sa
lina, Lamed, Klekerson, Hudson. Ly
ons, Mol'hurson and Garden City.
i-imi, i.-uinuii, wii, ii. u. Aiuen com-
Hand from Kansas .Citv.
Kan. Divisions from Atchison. Km
poria, Ilolton, Kansas City, Kan., Leav
enworth, Purcoll, Horton, Topclciu
Tin: mciiiiaska UIVIHIof.
The Twelfth division was composed
entirely of Nebraska regimentn, with
Gen. IJ. S. Hotchkiss in command. Tlio,
Nebraska men had rlno uniforms and
mado quite a show In tho parade.
First roglmont Col M. Savage.
Second regiment Col. A. I Lott
Third regiment CoL E. A. Copmba
Fourth regiment Liout.-Col. F. a
Tho Sixteenth regiment had' with
them tho Geneva, Nob., band of twenty-
THE MIHSOUnt DIVISION.
Tho Missouri brigade formed tho
Thirteenth division and, ns usual, pre
sented a inngniilcoiit turnout with tha
largest division of any in tho lino. It
wus headed by Gen. S. H. Provost nnd
staff, with tho Third Heglmentband
and tho Carthago Light Gunrd band,
two of tho finest musical organization in
the state of Missouri. Tho First and
Second regimonto hail twonty divisions
in line; they wero led by Col. M. W.
Anderson and staff and CoL 0. G.
Moore and staff. The divisions
Were: Kansas City, No. !l; Kan
sas City, No. 22; North Star, No. 10;
Excelsior Springs, No. a.'; St.
Joseph, No. 17; Liberty, No. r.2; Inde
pendence, No. 10; Provost, No. 1; Gnte
Clty, No. 4; Chevalier, No. 14; Hod Cross,
No. 4; Star, No. 0; DeSoto, No. 10; CVmir
do Leon, No. 15; Idlewild, No, 27; Ma
son, No. 2; Cole, No. Ill; Imperial, No.
10; Apollo, No. 12.
Tho Third regiment had ton divisions
In lino and was led by Col. C H, Groy
and. staff. Tho divisions on parnda
were: Ascalon No, 15, Thayer No. 29,
Aurora No. 33, Cartilage No. 34, Cal
anthe No. 37, C. H. Gray No. 3S, Joplhi
No. 40, Wobb City No. II, SprlngUeld
No. 21, Willow Springs No. 41.
Tho Fourth and last regiment of tha
Missouri brigade had nine divisions in
line and was lod by CoL J. G. Miller
Tmlu Wrookvrs In roniiH)'lvul.i.
RK.ADi.vn, Pa., Aug. 24. After tho ex
press on tho Pennsylvania road, duo in
this city from Philadelphia ut 8
o'clock last night, had crossed ono
of the iron bridges two inlloi below
Heading, going forty miles an hour, It
dashed Into four heavy timlwi-s placed
across the track. Tho rear wheels of
tho lqcomottvo jumped the track and it
was three hours before the train was
moved. Tho lives ol over 100 passen
gers wero imperilled.
Tho Otoes, Iowas, I'onciis and Osage
are dancing near Ponca. I. T. Consid.
j crablo uuxioty ia felt In tlie neighbor
ROCK VEDPAH3 AND RODIYA3,
Tradition Hiss (liven thn tTicljr fno the
hliproiniu'jr lu the ftovlal Hcaltt.
As n matter ot fact, thoro Is scarcely
any connection between aristocracy,
even democratic aristocracy, and a good
prolllo. The more complete the systom
of canto, the moro absolutely It is dis
severed from anything relating to
external appearance. Tho social In
ferior looks up to tho superior, as ono of
Dickens's "reverential wives" looks up
to her husband, with a reverenco not
Impaired by nny homollncssot features.
Ilufus Clioate Bald of Chief JtMtloo
Shaw, of Massachusetts, who was ono
ot the plainest of mou, "I foal toward
him as tlie South So.v Islander feels
I towrrd his Idol; he sees that he Ls ugly,
but ho knows that he Is great" The
most striking case perhaps of this com
plete reversal of judgment under tho In
fluence of caste Is to be fouud lu those
two tribes described by tho author of
Two Happy Years lu Ceylon, tho Koch
Veddahs and the Rodiyas. Tlio Rock
Vcddahn nro stunted, hideous, and
filthy; they live lu secluded caves and
holes; they eat batn and rats, and inako
their scanty clothing from the bark of
trees; but tho Singhalese regard them
as of tho very highest caste, and It
would be no disgrace for a romuu ot
good social position to marry a Hook
Veddah. On tho other hand, tho very
greatest disgrace that could bo iullictod
on such a womun would bo to marry
her to a Itodlya, although these last are
a race distinguished for beauty, at least
In youth, and gentle nnd innocent by
nature. Tho Itodiyns cannot enter a
temple or a village; they aro forbidden
to till tho soil or draw w aler from a
well; they cannot build a houso or di
vide a burden into two bundles; their
shadow must not fall on a stream, lest
it bo polluted; no member of another
caste m.iy touch them without disgrace,
vet any ono may sh oot them without
blame. All this Is supposed to bo in
consequence of tho act of an alienator
two thousand years ago, who lnvoiglod
a king into eating human lfesh. Asa
consequence the beautiful raco is at tho
foot ot tho social scale, the ucly and re
pulsive at the top. Vet which of us has
not encountered in ordinary society tho
representatives of tlio KodlyiiK ami tlio
Hook VuldnhK'.' T. W. Hlgglnsou, In
TRIED TO BE AGREEABLE.
lhe KmliiirruMtttK MUtnku Mado by a
About tho first thing tho man with a
traveling easo and drooping mustache
noticed upon entering tho trulu was
tho pretty young woman with a baby
sitting byMiorself in tho forward ond of
the car. Tlie man looked exceedingly
affable as ho slid into tho seat immedi
ately behind the pretty youug woman,
and within tho space of a minute and a
half he had mado friends with tho baby
by means ot a series of wild pautouiimio
Tho man with tho drooping mustncho
thrust his head forwanl ostentatiously
and emitted a sound resembling the
gurgle of water running from a jug.
Tho Infant was visibly pleased.
"Whose baby is oo?''
Tlie man was clearly working tho
child only as a means to an end. Ho
glanced furtively now and then at tho
pretty woman. She looked steadily
from tlu window.
"Ijocs oa love oo mamma?"
Tho man thrust his finger playfully
among tho baby's ribs and was re
warded with a delightful screech.
"Pretty baby, pretty mamma."
Tho m.in thrust hishoad forward with
still greitcr ostjutatlon and opined his
eyes very wide. Tlio woman gazed ab
stractedly at the landscape.
"Pardon iuj, madam er "
Ilo loaned ovjr tho back of tho scat
with resjiuctful tnloii.
"I am jr very fond of children er
Tho pretty woman turnaJ. her head at
"Indeed," she remarked.
The man with tho drooping mustaoho
"And this cherub "
Ho chucked the baby undor tho chin
"Of yours Is tho sweetest "
A lojk of horrified astonishment In
vested tho pretty woman's eountonance.
"Dear me," sho suddenly exclaimed,
"you Mistake. Tho baby belongs to tho
lady ovei- there."
And when uhu pointed to a red-haired
woman with a mole on tho ond ot her
noso tho man with tho drooping mus
tache suddenly forgot his lovo for chil
dren and returns to tho smoking oar.
KANSAS CITV, Aug.
CATTLE-Hcst beoves 3 80 it
Sloelmni S 50 (ft 3
NiUlvutows ItS Q2
HOdS-Qood to ho!co heavy.. 4 M &
WHEAT-No. 2 red 65
No. 2 Lnrd,, CO (A
CORN-No. 8 mtUHl 49Jtf5
OATS-No. 2 mUid C8 ffi
KVE-No. U 60K&
FLOUR-PotentH,per buck.... 2 CO 2
Kniicy..., i oo S
HAY Choice timothy 7 00 & H
Fancy prairie 7 00 7
IWAN 65 a
nUTTUK-ChoIco eroamcry... 17 U
CHEKSE-Kull crcum It
Uaas-Cholio , HH&
CATTLE-Fulr natives., 8 60 84 4
Tcxnns 2 30 a
ItOQS-Heavy 5 H 6
SHEEP Fair to choice 4 CO 4
FJ-OUK-Cbolce ( 810 4
WHEAT-No. 2 red, 70&
CUKN-NO.it rulxcrt -47
UATS-NO, x muoa 33
RYB-No. 8 , 63
unnu-nentru lUiam 7 J
HOOS-Pncliltiff and stlpplng.,
SHKKP-Kulr to cholco T
WHEAT-No. 2 red
IIVU XT, n
uu miit-crcamery is en
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POKK ,...,y nOJ II
OATTI.E-Natlvo stcorsi 8 01
JIOOS-UoocJ to choice,.., B 40
FLOUU-Oooil to choice ,, 4 00
WHEAT-No; 3 red
CORN-No. 2 1
II 73 12
Tho September Wldo Awako
I a bright, descriptive nnd story
telling number full of strength and ex
cellence. A charming description by
Frances A. Humphrey, of Old Plymouth
nnd Plymouth Rock us they look to young
tourists, under tho tltlo of "A Ued
Letter Dny." A paper by S. 0. W. Den
j;.mln on "Our Lighthouses nnd Light
ships," is full of new and interesting
material. Hophlo Kwett has u capital
boys' story of school and cricket, "Taf
fcrton of New York." "Christynnn'a
Ilcznvuy IMenie" is by JInry Hartwell
Cathcrwood, nud ls as bright and home
ly ns aro nil her character stories;
hophlu May, dear to all girl renders, hna
a real girl story "Patient Kysle," nnd
Tlieron Itrown eommetnorntes this bi
centennial year of t.ho Mnlcin Witch
craft by n strong and stirring story of
life nt Unit troublous time, "John
Aldon's Peril." Alico Williams llroth
crton contributes a poem, "My Prin
cess," that will bo liked by those en
rolled in the ranks of tho King's
Daughters. Price 20 cents n Number;
t'J.40 a year. On salo ut news stands, or
sent postpaid on receipt of price, by D.
Lorintoi1 Company, Publishers, llostou.
A Uscosi) street upholsterer advertises
thntlilnbcst tiuttlrosscs limy ho fnlrly des
cribed as "spring poems." Philadelphia
Our bodies arc the (einpks of nur noiiln,
bliuiild llieso temples, fudiluiied by the 111
vine hiiml, be allowed to full Into prematura
rum? Assuroilly uot. Jteimviitc, tliero
fnre, fnllhig sucnglh, renew lost unpeiito
ond nn impaired power to sleep, reereaio
vital eiioi gy with llostcttcr'H Kiomncli Jilt
teiR, which restores digestion, liver, bowel
uud Sidney legtilui'ity, and ovorcomca ma
Snnnu rodcotlonn nro ltubloto bo accom
puiiled by great thirst anil a lint two sizes
toe small. Dlughuiutou Kepubllcnn.
Mrdicai, fclcnco hun achieved a grent trl
uniiili In tho production of Hccouiiiu'h 1'IIN
which at S3 cents a box replace a medicine
A MT.i.kutfo will innko oven a niiet srem
tough, hut a sliuip uo uiuUi-s a poiuuled
stcuk seem a teudcrkiln.- Hum's Horn.
IvEm the ntes open Is essential to health.
Glenn's Kulphur Snap does thin.
Hill's Hair mid Wills tier Dj e, 50 cents.
Ir you do not wan! your feelings hurt
kcci them out of iliu wny. Uulvestou
Ho ooon.cnnvcnlcnt ami i'hcnp.Tltn Amer
ican Hrewlng Co.'h Kt. Louis "A. II C. Huh
uiiunlJotiledlJeer." Food nnd drluk. Try It
No wondlu tlio weather Is no wnrm,
everybody Utflts about It. Arkansas Thomas
IIai.i.'s Cataiiuh Cmrs is a liquid nnd ls
talioa iiiUirually. fc"olil by Dtugglsui, 7.".e.
"Dons your wife know you wero out last
nlghtl" "Yes. Hut sho doesn't know how
That dny is a failure In which you do not
try to inako somebody happy. Ham's Horn.
LAwvEnsmny bo poets; Uioyw
"versus." Texas Sittings.
rite lots of
"I am getting things down to anno point,"
said the balloonist, as he lit on a stccplo
If you're n sufloring woman.
Tho clironlc v. enkinwxcR. painful
disorders, nnd delicate dcrongo
nniiits that cotno to wnnuui
only liavo a posltlvo remedy in
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every diaturbanco nnd irrogu
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her dollcato or:rnnlzation, It
builds up nnd invigorates tho
cutiro system, regulates and
promotes all tho proper func
tions, and I?stnrc3 health and
"1'iivnrlto Prescription" 3
tho only remedy for woman s
Ilia that's jrnfimiiirwf. If it
fnlls to benclit or euro, you
have your money back.
Which is Uio best to try. If you havo Ca
tarrh a medicine tluit claims to hnvo cured
others, or u mnllclne that is backed by
money to euro jou ? Tho proprietors of Dr.
Hugo's Catarrh Hemcdy agroe to cure your
Catarrh, perfectlu and icrmancntly, or
they'll tuy you f300 In cash.
My wife suffered with indigestion
and dyspepsia for years. L4fe be
came a burden to her. Physicians
failed to give relief. After reading
one of your books, I purchased a
bottle of August Flower. It worked
like a charm. My vife received im
mediate relief after taking the first
dose. She was completely cured
now weighs 165 pounds, and can eat
anything s.he desires without any
deleterious results as was formerly
the case. C. H. Dear, Prop'r Wash
ington House, Washington, Va.
Who aro for tho first tlmo to
undergo woman's sevorest trial
A remedy which, If used as directed a few
weeks before confinement, robs it of its
PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE
of both mother and child, as thousands who
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" I used two bottles of Mothers Friend with
marvolous resultu, and whh every woman
who has to pais throush th ordeal of child-birth to
know Kthav will um mother Friend fora few
I'eelu It wilj robcooflnenuot cf fain and tutftrlng,
tn&mjurt mfrty It if wthtr and thud."
Mrs. Sam Hamilton, Montgomery City, Mo.
Bent by express, charges prfald, on receipt of
pries. 1A0 per bottW boldbyalldruguUu. liooic
To Mothers mailed Iree.
mtADriain kiculatok lo,, Atlanta, oa.
Ilrotd Kilvrallonal work, llunlnru. HhorthaiiJ, Ai.
Ifmla kud I'rvptratorr Teclinkal lnlru llou. Klin
I.tlirary 1,1111 0 jmmilain. Addren K. I. eiLTIK, i,u
rM4Ml TM3 tutu mn km f ""
VflllMQ IIPH """ Tolecrnpbr and lutlroad
OOdXtrtatlonf. WrltaJ.lMIKOWNdJvdslla.JiO. I
ruuHuiruxaiwMw,Mk , )
Both tlio method ond rcaulta whsa
Sjrrup of Im3 is taWcn; It is pleMut
and rofreohing to tho tasto, and acta
gcutly yet promptly on tho Kidatya,
Llvor nnd Bowola, oloaniea th iys
km ofll'ctually, dupsla coldf, htail
Rclia nud foTcrs and ours habitual
coiiRtiiiatiun. Syrup of Figs U th
only roiumly of IU kiad orcr pro
duced, plousiurj to the taste and a
ccptablo to tlio stomach, prompt la
its notion nud tridy beneficial to its
oflbcta, proparod oulr from tha most
healthy una agrooKula substances, its
many axcollout qualities commend it
to nil and havo wade k tha most
popular romody known.
Byrup of Figs in for Eale la 6O0
and $1 bottles by all lending drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not hnvo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not nccopt any
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP GO.
SAH FRANCISCO, 0AL,
tOUISVItU. Kf. HEVJ yojc tl.U.
I n I l '
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J-5cW3,rG "ikb ( " eool as" f"U Mnie sa rtarUnc." M
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you an Imliatlun. be hontit-wW ti Uth. t JAlUMil'VLB" Nw York-
IT IH A IMITYymiow. rr
olfitud fiiiiilllii sit tlif feral
Tnluulur youriuunar. tioan
ntlsr In rour tootwnurbrpar-
cimiiuir 1, it. igugm niuri,
whlck riipnioaut I be bt
vnluu fur price. imkoil, a
tliouhnndH will tUHtllY.
UTTAItE Nil HUUSTITUTE.
--wrTCAJ,,-,w,i.ii,rlii im mv"vr out w. u. ueugiu' aans ass msprJoe wai)i 00 bottom,
ASK FOR U I nnilnt SC KlinrQ fucliiuliiiiuuuu4srarrsusiilataiulkjcstoprocaca
Ifnttt for anln la your plncpanad rflrtrt la Vaclarr. ataiUv Mnd, aWaa4 width
wnmril. Vlau frrr. Will irlraaxrluatva ala laahai JtalaTi Six nil nor.
ebuaia wbvro I Iirvh to hukui. Wrlto far VKiaTouaa,M7U Baa JaaT JlrVluB, Maaa.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLB BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT U8ED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
Health, wealth and happiness by
owning a "CnABTEa Oak" Stove.
Nono other will bring you such a
maximum of contontment and com
fort, nor do its duties as well or as
KMt stow dsalm klip thsm. If ywrs
Sou not, wrlto dlroci to 8unaluttraria
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
OalUti (tn fl ( apwuili. M.nJoliDiriou Ill.OOupwaraS
THf MnourTTe. THrAaioN.
iitiir unfl acusixa, I Mthocu)r,BiM taba.
Tilei,f"!P.!;v . .1 THr C3NBcavToay,
All Ui abov kIiI cailtr xir own uiibUi I00.MQ tt eat
InxrumiDli In uia. Tour toed d.tlir will w4r tut iro. Oaa.
alo Iibu kurBMl sa luill.. Uui l.r Ulwtrttai oulon.
LYON 4 HEALY, 84 Monnok TCHICAaO.
ar SAJIS UUSfUA H9 SaanaaMaT' wn,v"',w
rilor notlal I '
Mnt r m raoelpt of
Girls wko Lore
MUSIC and ART
Afkl wtmU bMbs to know how
to wears eoaaleto educations
ua4r t Use mastera
FREX F O0S1
should send far it.
TtUt liDUJC bomb
You Needn't Look
immediately for tha damage that,
dangerous washing compounds do.
It's there, and it's gLng on all tha
time, but you woivt sec its effects,
probably, for acvoail naotuha. It
wouldn t tlo, you know, to have
them too dangeroua.
Tlie best way is tm take no risk.
You needn't worry nboot damage
to your clothes, if yu keep to the
original washing compouad Peaxline;
first made and fullv provd. What can
you gain by using the iaitations of it?
Prize packages, cheaper prioafi, or whatever
uuiy uy uigtu ivm uiciu, wuuiuu 1 py yuu
for one ruined garment
THE IEST SHOE IN THE WORU) FOR THE MONEY.
A Bi'uuluaauwad abas, Mat wiU nal rip, ttoa ouit, cAmln,
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rniilBft from S4 to SS.
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nnelniivDrn.-lLoscftlat from S4 111
C riO Pollca Mhae, wwra fcy tumor nnd nil others who
?Jn want a juckI ktaTytalt, lkr mSi, ralfuvia oUun lio.
ratytovallclu, and will katBtkarMt dry and wartik
$ AO Win Calf, HUM and J tVnrkluiimft' Rhooa
rlll (ivt mutt nturitr ibi aiaacytliaa au oibermnio.
1 hry u mau for itrrtca. Tlin luunailaa talo how that work
liiguica bar fuuud IWI uL
MPjYQ' 'j ".d Vaatha tt.fli Kchol Kriopn art
S O worn by Uia buf aTarywbcro. Tbmotavnrlc
ftblr ktjcr o!J at thai ericas.
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forublo and duabU. Tka fj thaio iijaaU auatoru mail
itiotacuaUhtf Imia $4 U$i. Ladl TraawUu totcouo
zoljalutbfir teolwauaraSidlar thlol. .
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baa ban a aa a
Maw U tka Uoi
U gal a buwa
tbar. Writs to
ab will lw turn
from Uio Kail !
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at aUa Ifala aad (aaia to our toaaiaiom Vrt
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tvr aaoiplat (sa barjia fW aamplaa), aai order whaj
yos vaat by mall. w. saaraataa aatlaftetloo.
I SaSS mmt tmtim m
Y. IL a A. Bslltec. Xsftsss OUy, Xs.
A DwiUia proaTMsica tralala scaooL
Commercial, Shorthand, Tclegraphl
xva aaoussi DBPAiwuaaxa.
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PUo's Bsaadjrtor Oatsrrh Is tho
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