Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, September 21, 1905, Image 3
. , . ] THE NEWS IN NEBRASKA I : OVER THE STATE. L , - Robert E , Hecroft has been appoint. ! . .cd postmaster nt Newport , Hoclt -count ) . . 'V. T. Sno.vel ) ' , employed o.s II. Dur. IIngton section ho.nd at 1 < 'a11s City , lost his ] eft hand , under the wheels of n freight trn.ln. 1il Fremont schools evened with II. ] nrge J ' ' ( ) nro11ment. The hllh schoo ] numbers 170. The exact figures cannot be teo.rned from the olher schools. The l1-reo.r.ohl ; son of Jacob Dnt- " l1elmeler , living In IJoyd county , re- elved 110sslby ] fatal injuries ns the result of a runaw y accident on the 'Carm. The State banle of Bladen , Webster 'county , was chartered hy Secretary ! Ro'co of the state banltlng board. The capita ] stocle of the now Institution - tion is $ HiOOO , paid liP , I 1\IIss Dertha Stotenberg , a domestic , .cmpo'ed ] at the homo of Fireman r Wood of the Northwestern at Norfolle , was very nearly bU1'l1ed to death as the result of 1Ightlng a gas01lno stovo. i 'Vorle was hegun Saturday on the 'flew four.storhotel that is to bo bulIt .at AJllance by C. L , Drake of Guernsey - sey , Wyo. It Is proposed to maleo I this ono of the best hotels In the I stato. n Passenger trn.ln No.7 , southbound , on the Omaha road. ran over o.nd ] tlll- .cd an unidentified man ahout four 1 miles west of Telmmah , The man np- peared to bo II. working man , about 38 . .years old. Word received by Schuyor ] parties 'states that the Thirtieth InfantrY , United - ted States regulars , who wlIl make a 'practlco march through the statp. , I wlIl go into camp there for two days : this month. Phelan & Shirley of Omaha , It is Teported , have been awarded contracts " for excavating three divisions of the thlrty.four.mlIe government Irrigation canal at Glendive , Mont" at a con- 1rn. t prlco of about $ :157,000. : . conference of German Luthern.n . -ministers was hed ] at the church 'southeast of Tecumseh last weelc. ' . ( . . . . . Neary ] 100 ministers from over the I state were in atlendanco and the ses- -slons were filled with Interest. 'rho jury In the Haddlx.Dutler cnse : brought In a verdict of murder in 1he second degree at Drolten Dow. Sentence wllI not he Imssed until Attorney - torney SuJllvan of the 'defense has presented arguments for a new tria ] I Peter Darber , a single man , who had 'worwd ] on the farm of John Durger , 'soven miles north of Auhu1'l1 , for some 'months , committed suicide , Ho was , of an emotional nature and frequently 'threatened to put an end to his exlst- . ; t' 'onco , . ' , , " Much new lumber is being sold at , Wood River every day and taken into the country , where the farmers are building granaries. harns and residences - dences , This has been the busiest building season over Imown in that 'part of the state , 'TJlC FOOO city haH refunding bonds 'or West Point have been soW to the Danlwrs Heserve Life Insurance com. ] 1any of Omaha at a premium or $112.70 , The bid of this cOn1pan ) ' was the highest received , The new honds , ( bear interest at 4th pCI' cent. ) Governor 1\lIclwy honored a requisition - tion for the return to Adair county. l\lIssouri , of J. N , Hatfied ] , wanted for . 'forging a note , Hatfied ] is In jaIJ at 'McCook and Sheriff Curry of Adair -county went there for him as soon as -tho requisition was honored Washington dispatch : Flfty.five men , under command of First Lleuten- : : lnt Laurence P. Dutler of the signal .corps , with camp equipage , have ] eft hy the Pennsyvanla ] and Hocle Isand ] f01' Fort Omaha , This is the begin- I ning of the hlg post , as It is ] mown in I . army affairs , for the sl a ] corps. Mlchae ] Cauey ) ) , for thlrty.nlne years a resident of Fremont , was fa. taHy gored by a vicious cow and dlell : n fC\'f minutes later from his Injuries , 1\11' . Caulley , who Is 80 years old , was leading his cow out to pasture near the round house and passed a cow staked out which belonJed : to Amos 'Christensen , The Christensen cow nt- taclwd him , tossed him several times on her horns , nnd trampled him , Raph ] Clair. a youn , ; section hand on the Northwestern lies at the 110Int of death nt Wlnnetoon , as the result of 'tho whees ] of a handcar I'IInnln , ; over his head , splitting the slm ) ) wide open. When the cllr lJassed over Clair's heal 'it was derall ( > d and upset and the four , ' ' other men rid In , ; on It were thrown 1M. , ( into a ditch , The car was rolJln , ; rap. " idly down a grade when Clair slipped ' and fe ) ) forward. strlldu , ; the rails f John Ranldn of Fremont , a teamster. , : foU off a load of real and sustained injuries which wll ! prohab ] ) ' result fa. taHy. IIo was coming up the street when tIlO axle hroko , drOl1plng the rear cnd of the wagon nearly to the pave- ment. Ranl < ln was thrown from his seat to the pavement , strll < lng on his fnco , and talwn Ul1 unconscious and carried to the hospital. ) ! if ! Tbo town of Nehllng , eight .mlles south of Oaltland , on the Great North. ern railroad , hils heen lalll out anll 1 A't , contains nlnety.nlne lots , 1\Iaterla ] Is on the groull and worlt wlJl ho commenced - , monced at once on the hulhllng to ho . occupied hy the banlt , alread ' Incor. I porated Paris Shumard was sQrloUSlY Injur. ' " , ell while pla'lng ba ) ) at 1I0ag , lIe . ' was at hat when the I1ltcher dellvored J' I. . . . n 1m ) ) which strucle Shumard on thl' I. ' left jaw , badly fracturing It and ren. derlng him uuconsclous for a short tIme. lie was tuken to noatrlco for treatment. - . Sl'ATE PAYS $107 FOR LAND. J - ( Gives $22,000 for Tract Near the Pen. Itentlary. The state board of public ] ands and buildings bought a tract oC land north of the penltentlar ) ' for $22,000. It was bought with funds derlveil from the sao of 11enltentlnr ) ' lands In Sow. ard and Lancaster counties , some of which was sold for $25 an acre. The tract was hought for a Jump sum , Some dispute occurred recently as to whether tno option held by the state said , the prlco was to be $100 an ncro or $22,000 for the tt' ct. There waS supposcd to bo 220 acres , but botwecn eleven and thirteen ncres have been taleen b ) ' railroads for right of way. The prlco paid hy the bonrd was about $107 an acre. 'rho land heongs ] to 0. hanklng com pan ) ' In Ohio which calms ] to have tnlwn It on a mortgage for $22,000. W. 1\1. Fosom ] of Lincoln represented the OWn01' In the deal. When the wrltton option was present. ed to the board It was found to contain - tain a statement that the land could bo bought for $100 nn acre /11111 hat It could he had for $22,000. Twenty acres bonght recently cost $100 an acre , The hoard preferred the land north of the prison , although the ) ' had an opportunity to buy some east at It and some farther away for $90 and $ & 5 an acre. KELSO IS CALLED TO COME INTO COURT PENDER.-In the suit hrought at Pender ono month ago hy George , John , Heen and Eva Johnson , minor Indians , against their ] ega ] guardian , D. A. Koso , deputy sherIff of Thurs- ton county , the thirty days' tlmo to give an account to the coflnty court of the income and of the expenses of said minors having elapsed , County Judge King signed an order for D , A. Kolso's arrest and ho was brought Into the court and given throe hours to turn In his accounts. It is aeged ] ] Keso ] has so far fnlled to account forever over $600. Fell From Burlington Train , CHESTER-David Scott , a Denver passenger from Fas ] ] City to Denver on train 15 , fe ] ] from the train about three miles cast of Chester , and was b.\dy ! ! ! ) L e1. TIle gWn : ' ' : : .as r.n ! ! If ! ; ? In n. douhle.header and was stopped and parties set out for the search , His Injuries are such that he may not JIve. Killed by Llvc Wire. ALDION-Jny I..umpldn , aged 26 years , while wordng ] in Torrey & Halr's l'estaurnnt was ] tllled by contact - tact with nn electrIc Jlvo wire , Ho cam hero from Elgin. NEARLY STUNG TO DEATH BY HONEY BEES HAMPTON-August StrIpling , a weB Imown farmer JIvIng about a mile from town , was bady ] stung by a swarm of wild hees , 'Whllo mowing hay ho mowed over the swarm , arousIng - Ing the bees. Ho 0. ( once started the tenm for the house , hut before ho could reach It , ho feJl from the machine - chino unconscious. Dr. Gleason was sent for at once. The doctor worked with the man for about three hours beroro any sign or life could bo detected - ed , Dy prying his jaws open medlclno was administered. 1\Ir. Strlpllng wllJ probably recover. Burglar Hides Identity. DAVID CITY-The burglar wbo hroco ] Into the residence of Dr. R. G. Rich gave his name as Henry C. HilI. He was arraigned In justice court , pleaded guilty , waived prellmlnary hearing and aSI < cd that ] 10 be given a hearing In the district court as soon I as ] 1osslbe ] , 110 WitS arraigned in district - trict court and pleaded guilty to a ] ] U1reo counts , the jUdge sentencing him to ten years In the penitentiary. , Horsethlef Is Sentenced. W AHOo-WIIJlam HIJI , the ] 10rso- thief , whoso name hns appeared In print very much of ] ate , appeared before - fore Judge Good , pleaded guilty and was sentenced to eighteen months in the penitentiary. Holcomb Not a Cand.ldate. Chief Justice Silas A , 1I0lcomb wllJ not he a candillate for re-oectlon. ] The other day he authorized the statement that owing to the condition of hili health ho would not bo a camlldato for the democratic nomination and If the nomination were tendered him be wend ] he compeJled to decJlno it. Speaker Cannon Visits Farm. PENDER-Spealter Cannon of the nation a ] house of representatlvos r.amo In on the train the other da } ' . qe drove out to his farm on the La- " : an vaey ] ] to vlow the crops , Boy Is Smothered. DARTI..EY-1'rancls Slpe , 9 years ' 1ld , lost his IIfo In the Duff Grain "ompan"s ele\'ator here , The boy's 'nther , Jnmes Slpe , Is the company II 'lgent at this 11aeo ] and had commenc- 'HI to load a car from the bin In which " 'ranels and his ) 'oungor hrothor were la'lng. The olovntor runs by horse 'lower and the boys were lwpt there to drive the horse , There being no crnln to elevate at that. tlmo. they climbed Into the wheat hln to play , anI ! thus t a boy lost his mo. , . . - . . - . , - . _ . - I A. ROY KRABftSIIU [ AND illS RMARKA Lf EftGIU 1ft " MUUCA" " AIRSIIIP Roy Knabenshuo hns created a so nsatlon In Now Yorle by 1IIs success. ful flights in his airship over the clt y , made under the nusplccs of the Now Yorc ] Americnn. The ) 'oung Oh io Inventor and his wonderful gaso- Jlno engine , which furnishes the motl vo ) lower that drives the baJloon through the air are shown In the } 1h otogral1h in the center. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONEIDAS' SACRED STONE. Last Relic of Once Powerful Tribe Now In a Utica Cemetery. Just within the gates of Forest HIIJ cemeterr : at Utica , N. Y. , the visitor sees a curious oval stone resting upon a graos plot. A century ago Oneida county was the reservation of the powerful trlbo of Oneida Indians. the second nation In the Confederation or t o Iroquois. The first settlement of the Oneidas , so their his tor ) ' runs , was near the Jake which bears their name , a century - tury before Columbus steered his ships into Western sens. It wns there that they found the stone and adopted it as their sacrificla ] altar. "Onla" Is the dialect word for stone and from It comes "Oneida , " the trlba ] name , "ehUdren of the stone. " As the trIbe increased in numbers , veneration ot the monolith grew until It became the 111111spensable shrine of the Oneidas , When the nation removed - moved from the region or the ] ate to their encampment where now Is the town of Stoctbrldgo ] , the rocle , nccord- Ing to their ] egend , went heforo them without the assistance of human hands , and deposlte itself In the cen. tel' of a butternut grove overloolelng 11. wi do nnd fertllo vaey. ) ) In this wood it remained until the Infiux of the white settlers and the march of civilization dispersed the tribe. In 1849 , when the Forest HIIJ cemetery , at Utica , was laid out , the trustees learned thnt .Tames Gregg of stoclbridge , on whoso farm the stone rested , was desirous that It should bo removed to some pUblic enelosuro. Its removal was thereupon secured , At the dedication of the cemetery the remnants of the once powerful nn- tlon and a handful of Onondagas were present. Their head chief , Ononeogon , made an address which was the valo. dlctory of the Oneidns. The UtUo group of Indians then sang tholr na- tlona ] songs around the relic and sur. rendered It to the care of their white brethren. To.day the tribe has cum. petey ] ] ] osl its Identity. Gain In Asiatic Exports. During the ten months ending with April the exports of domestic produce from the United Stntes to Asia were $99G22,7G3. I or the sarno period a ) 'ear ago they were $ -19,970,731. The Increase Is nearly $50,000,000 or 100 per cont. American exports to Asia during these ten months were greater than to South America , Oceanica and Africa combined. The 1j ) per cent. Increase in ex. ports to Asia is aU the more slgnifi. cant. in Tiow of tbo fact that our ex. port total to aU countries wns some- wbat Jess , and to Europe notably re- duced. There was a shrlnmgo ] of nearly $75,000,000 in American exports to Europe , and of about $6,000,000 to Afrlcn ; wblle exports to Ocoanlca were about the sarno as during tbe sarno period last ) 'oar , To South America our exports Increased $4,000 , . 000 , to Canada , $23,000,000 , and to Asia close upon $60,000,000. ConseQuently - Quently two-thirds of a ) ) export gains for the fisca ] ) ' 00.1' to date have been our commerce with Asia. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , LIGHT IS NOT NEEDED , English Scientist Says Sun's Effect on Man Is Bad. Dr. Chares ] E. Woodruff has made an exceedlngy ] Interesting Investigation - tion of the effects of tropical light on white mon. The origin of his Investl- gntlonVns an attempt to provo or dls- provo the theor ) ' thl1t the sleln pig- mentntlon of man served to exclude the short or Ilctlnlc rn's of light whose action is to destroy 1Ivlng 111'0- toplnsm. If this theory is true it w11J ox- paln ] at once JUany anthropooglcn ] ] ridllles , Wo find in it n renson why while me ! ! . while cnplta ] colonizers In coM or teml1Orato regions nnd sagacious - cious administrators of troplca ] col. onlos , have failed when they attempt. ed themsoves ] to coonlzo ] In hot countries - tries : why blond types provalJ in the cloudy , lmost slmless regions of Lho north of Europe , brun tto types In Lho dazzlingly light countries bordering on the 1\IClUterranean , and the negro In Ced'tral Afrlcn : and why the tYl10 of man living In the tireless city Is Jess bond ] thnn that of the countr ) ' . man who has during a large portion of his outdoor lIfo the protection of woodland and orchard. Dr.Voodruff soon felt bound to admit - mit tllI t , the sun Is not the lJOnelicent delly wo thought him to bo as wo worshlplled , but that ho delights In sacrifices and sn 's ruthessly ] these who trust In him. It Is hnrd to belIeve - lIevo that man does not need the light nnd It Is almost a shock to be mndo to reaUze that "tho vast majority of land animals IIvo in absolute dnrk- ness. " Yet Dr. Woodruff leaves IIlUo reason to doubt his statements , for besides - sides the cogency of his reasoning from universally accepted facts , ho fnlry ] bristles with nuthorltles whom he cites in support of his position. ALWAYS CUT IT OUT. European Surgeon Urges Operation In Each Appendicitis Case. Dr. 1\Iaragllano , the famous European - pean surgeon peads ] strongly for operation - ation in cvery case of npllenlllcltls , no matter what stage the dlseaso is in. He argues that when ono considers the largo variety In type In cases of appendicitis the possibility that oven 11. mild case may sUddenly change within a few hours or less and become - come n.armlng . ] , he considers opera.- tion the only ] oglca ] t eatment. Those cases which would have got. better If ] eft aono 0.1'0 , ho urges , none the worse for operation , and some of the cases whIch are lost from too ] ate operation might bo saved. . He , of course , recognizes tbe fact that a large number of cases of appendicitis - pendicitis get perfectly we ] ] under or. dlnary medlcnl treatJUont/ and that some of these may be successfuy ] ] operated - erated upon in the quiescent stage- that Is , after the acute symptoms are passed. Dut , on the other band , If one walts until the acute symptoms have subsided there Is no doubt , he says , some cases will nO\'or survive , md the chance of OIJeration has gone by forovor. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THE BATTLESHIP VERMONT , LAUNCHED AT QUINCY , MASS. . AUG. 31. . . ( Latest addition to Uncle Sam's fast- growing . ) - ' - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . navy. . , . - - " - - - HemlnlBCenCes : : inoulcJ Be Good. WlJllam O'Drlen , 1\1. P. , is busily en. gaged In writing his reminiscences , } 1'rom the age of 17-that Is , slnco 1869 , wben ho hecamo a junior reporter - er on the Cork Dally rlerad-ho ] has been behlml the scenes In Irish politics - tics nnd nn active participant In sarno Important events , the secret history of which has never beeM published. His prison experiences , for Instance , should make . piquant I1hl\ptcr , and he should have lIomethlng of peculiar Interest to Bay wben bo comell to bls blstorio lOR- \ost wlth Dublin caaUo. Plug Tobacco. "I lIve In a town which Is the great. est seat of the plug tobacco Industry In the world , the town of Winston Sa. 10m , N. C. , " said the lIon. J. C. Dux- ton , of the old North Stato. "IJast ) 'ear , as the records will show , there was a production of 32,000.000 pounds of plug tobacco In the factories ot Winston Salem. Doesn't look as If that much pln could bo chewed up In a decade , eh 7 Dut Bomebody must get away with It , for tJl output Ia constanUr ; hur08.8lnl : . " - WaBhln tOlI Post. - , . _ . - - - - - - - - - - - DRAW UP PEACE TREATY. Experts In International Law nt Work on Documents. 1I0nry W. Dennison and Profcssor Froderlck Do Marlens , who nro Ilraw- lng up the treaty of peace belwoen Japan and Russia , are distinguished . . . . . . . . . . - - - " ' 1"1. . . . . . . . ' --A'f ; J 4 men In Intornatlonal nffalrs. Mr. Donnlson , who is a natlvo of Vermont - mont , has been an attaeho of the Japanese foreign office ever twenty. five ) 'ears , nnd accomlJllnled Daron Komui' to this country In nn ndvls- ory capnclty , BeCoro hecomlng Japanese officla ] he hall been an at- tacho of the dOl1llrtment of state at Washington , h/1(1 heen n cOl1sul In Jal1lln , and hal } practiced ] aw In Yo- Iwhama. IIo is 67 'ears old and has been decorated with the grand cordon - don of the Hislng Sun. Professor Do Martens Is Hussla's foremost authority - thority on forolgn nffnlrs , He was born at. Pernau In ono of the Germl1n Daltlc provinces In 1843 , Is noted for his knowledge of international ] aw and slnco 1869 has been a member of the council of the ministry form --m i t : ; ; r 7 ; : T.Eir. 1 foreign nffalrs. Ho was ) Jresldent ot the court that settled the boundary dlsputo hotween Gl'eat Brltnln nnd Vonezuea ] , lIII Is a member of the International court nt 'rho lIaguo. Reacued His Pipe , Too. The Codorus creelt , which ove. . . 1towed Its Pennsylvania bants ] recent- ] y , was the worst 1Jood In years. Many families stnyed In their homes until the water was waist deep. Elf. jah Pnrce ) ) anI } his family were among those slow to abandon their homes. When the water was rusblng through bls house hundreds of spectators - tors who stood on dry land yoed ) ) for him to desert his house , which they thought would bo swept away. Tak. Ing his little daughter up In his arms , he waded through water up to hili waist until he reached a 110lnt of safe- ty. Then he returned to the .house and rescued ] lls wife In the -sarno way. Next he carried out several ar. tlces ] of furniture. When the best ot his beon1lngs ] were dOJoslted ) on dry ] and he hesltnted , The wnter was now rIsing rapidly nnd was almost to the mnn's necle when ho waded Into It. " ] forgot something , " he snld , as he stood at the edge of the water. Wading bncle to his house he entered , and rcapparlng , held In triumph above . the waves an old. pipe. "I can't ] eave this behind , " he shouted , and' then swam to a place of safety , us the water had risen be'ond wading depth. Eyes In the Darkness. A French writer In a scientific mSK- azlno tes ) ) of the grant ocean depths of 28,000 to 30,000 feet , the tempera.- turo tondlng toward zero , with porpet.- unl darlmess reigning 11OIow depths ot nbout 1,280 feet. At that ] eve ] pantB ] deprived of light cnnnot exist , and the nlmn ] life must ho carnivorous. The organ of sight , not being used , has disappeared , and ) 'et there Is light oven In that sightless world , A German - man exporlng ] ship found a fish with enormous eyes at a depth of 6,400 feet _ Phosphorescence Is common In these hoows ) ) of the 8ea : omotimol specla ] organs fiash light. Foreign Idea. The polite Frenchman wanted to be very entertaining , lIe brought up sov. eral national subjects and then con. cuded ] : "nr ze way. monslour , ze president goes to zo Oyster Bay In summer ? " "Oh , yes , " replied Ule American host. " 1I0 . 'W8)'S ' I00es tblU'Q durinK tbo heated . Ison. " "Ah , I un' fstand. Whoo eot eee too warm to Int ze bear In ze west be OM to Z' 'yst.1r Day to bunt SIt orster. Eu : 'nt. mOlt uoe1ent ] . . . . . . " L- . " ' _ . _ ; ; " " 0. _ _ _ - = = ! - PAINfUL PERIODS - AMEn lOAN WOMEN FIN ! RELiEF - The CMIt of Mlel Irene Oraeby Is On. of TbouBandB of CurOlJ Made by Lydia . Pinkham's Vogotllb ] Oompound. - Dow many women realize that. mon- struatlon Is the balance wheel of . woman's lite , and whllo no woman fa entirely frce from pcrlodlcal Buffering , Itls not. tbe plan of nature thnt women would onffer so sovorely. . , I i 1 ( .Mus Iren Cl'03by J Thousnrids of American women , hQWlol ever , have fO\lnd rcl1ef fl'om all monthli BufforlnJ ; ' by taking r.ydln. E. Piukham , Vegetable Compound , ns it Is the mos' thorough femo.lo regulator known to modlcal Bclenco. It cures tbo condition whlcb causes so much Illseomfort and robs menstruation of Its terrors. Mias ] rena Crosby , of 313 Chll.r1to. Street ElL'll. Sn\'nnl1llh. On. , writes : " LYIlia 1 1. l"lnkluulI's V l'Kot.ble Compound Is II. true frll'ml to ' , "omnn. It bllS b en o ! great bonolU to mo , curing roe of Im'gular nnll palnrul monstruntlol1 when overythln < < else liaul r , IIOI' ' , nnd I gladly recommend to other sulTorlnK women , " Women who are troubled , vilb painful - ful or Irregular menstruntlon , bo.ok- aohe , blontlng ( or 110.tucnco ] ) , leucor- rll1 a , f0.11Ing. In ammntlon or ulcora- tlon at the uterus , ovnrlnn troubles , thnt U benring.down" fcellng , dizziness - ness , fnlnLnc58 , indigestion , nervous , ' on or the bues , Hhoud ] talco mmedlo.lo nction to ward ofT the serl- OU8 conscquenees , and be restored to pertcct henlth aud sl1"cngth hy tn.ldug . Lydia . Pinkham's Vcgetnhle Com. pound. nnd thcn write to , Mrs. lInJc- ham , L 'nn , Mas8" for further free M. vice , 'l'huuso.uds ho.vo been cured by so doing. . I [ t Curc ! ! 001l1A , Cougl19 , Sere Throat Crou Inlluonza , Whooping COUllh , DronchlUIi nn Awtlllnn , A cerwln cure tor Consumption In firs ItOIlCRlIud n Rllro rollct In oltvonccd RtB/CS. UbC .1t once , You wllllleo the oxccllent caeot IICtcl toldn" the IIrst ilolll1 , Sohl by llenlers ever ) " whero. Lorllo botUISa2 : ) eellt.s lIud 60 cents. The f,1ost , Convenient Way to 110 to CALIFO.I NIA ' Is to step Into a through tOllrlst sleeper at St , Iouis nud not bo compelled to lenvo tbo car unLII CalifornIa Is reached. This convenIence you Imvo If you travel vIa the M , Ie. & ' 1' . ny. It will bo a pteasuro to lIolid you a booklet about the servloe. An Exceptional Rate Is offered to Calltornla trom Sept. tilth to Oct. let-$30.00 frolD St. Lout. ; $15.00 from Kaa. . . CII , . . It you're Nllnklnrr of Ilolnll West or Southwest whllo tbe rates are low. write me : . GEORGE MORTON. L P. a T. A. M. K. . T. ft , . SL Loul. , Mo. The World's Standard DEillAL ' CREAM SEPARA TORS" " ) 600.000 In Use. T.n TImes All Oth.rs Combined. Inl StO.- Fir Oow EruJ 'lit . , U'I In , .11 lrat"1 81ttla , IJ.t.ma ud $15.plr Cow 1m III IilItaUa , " , Irm , . , . . . , 10 # . . . . 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Defiance Starch Is guaranteed blg est nn beat or money refunded. Ii ounces. 10 cents , Try It now.