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   Callender Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1908, Callender, Iowa                                 nrrrTi^rrfjrvifrTTr'^arriii' TTtirrcTrr"""'•"iTHirnrrr rrnrinnii—rrrr'rrrm«.■ nr.»r-.TrrrnT.Tr— iti .1 rTnn , 'rrnrrHt'CT~aniY7TTf;Ti n  VOL. XIII.  CALLENDc^, WEBSTER COUNTY, IOWA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1908  . kt\io> ir r '-irsan> wwujt ;: ivp « ■■^^¿»•^.^.m.vav.mvij-..  NO, 42'  * BANKING - Do You Do As-  '1' >;-■;■>'>■;'-h'vi  If not, why not?  aver occur to von that a  Dirl it  is the safest means of doing buuitu ; Clicks aru the best roee.ipts i v >r all ; and your funds vrlii Th, iioiCT»£>r -u»t ; i rum our viults.  I CALLENDER SAVINGS  nin !v ae;;ni! nt.  Your  S piii.l,  ;.■ ion  Obituary.  BANK,  w®®®»©'®©®© 2HXSS i!2»®5 CS»?® SBffiB <ä®CS<©®B®»®B<®<3:s«a  ß  pmgn IRe^  A SPECIAL COMBINATION WHICH SHOULD INT BREST  --— YOU "' ■ ' ' ' ' ■  ■I: 1'  We Itave mado arranjiemoiite w hc.ro i give our leaders what v»o beliovo i.s W gain ot' the year in iui v.>;o,q.>i:i' rcartiiii;.  The Dcs Moines Daily News )Daily only) regular value $2.00............  The CALLENDER TIMES Regular value $1.00.......  The Des Moines News -will give you the campaign news from a 11011-partis'iu standpoint, a'11 the state capital news and into resting 'happening* of! the whole country: The TIMES will give you all the home and country news.  Our readers .should take advantage of this offer at once. This is good for ncv or old su buoribors*  MONTROSE BICY6LESFRE  on approvai to yoiiracklres* VtHTHGUT A GEKT iM A&VAHQEm SEfSD US YQZPFì GRSSEft, Btnto vlietlu-ryou ui-Oi lady"* ortium'F  v> lioel s pive color, hui^tit of l'nunu ami eear v.mud iwul \\ lì \V 1I.I, KH IP TUE WJII'.KL O. 0. 1>. 011 approvai, allowJtiK you to linciato ami ex-amino it fully hoforo you ru-ci-pt U. li* it 1« jiot u.l ami more tinnì wo claltn for lt, ami u better wheel than you cali «ut fnr imy whoru ncar tho prlco from nnv 0110 che, rofusn It auii «c wlll juiy ali express cliar^ua  ourseivos. Tito "MONTUOSE" Bfcycfa ca  ni «tir Special Afrent'« (¡ampio prleo gf sf» ] Qiy.r  tho Kroutest bartfulu in a bloyelu over oficreil. Wo pnaruutuo it cnual  to any Wu whrul on tho market, and yon need M>t uroi'ìi». It nor pay a cene If you ilo not litui tt. aswurciircstmt. We aro KXOLl'si VE HlOvtU.Ii M^\rFAOTi;i{K5W_aiid take tills method of »[Utoldy Intr  our 1»00 M«1)E1-S. Thin oiler or a sample wheel at this hnv prlru I* mado topccitro h RiDER A CENT I" each town to represent un and tulco order«. Our admits miiUu iiionry fast.  specifications. hheihy weatniesH ttililiit? with forfii. 1 '*. i'<uii)i*i?-  tloiiii. llusli Joints, Improved expander ilovloo to fa.«len n-nt post and liandlo harj Hoyal Arch crown; the celebrated 'Iiivln hiibsund lmii^i-r— tho easiest rniioln^ Jciiown; Koni-if "A" tires, fftc fust ami one ot'(lib mo9tux]ien«ivoUreflon tltcmarket. 'Ihe genuine Mcwlniecr Hyclcnlo Hnddlo; pedals, tools and acee.-^'rieH the best obtulnable. Knaiaclcd In black, tnaroon or coach Ki'ccn. lil^blv Ilnishi'd and ornanientvil; special finished nickeling on all brljrht parlf. Wo thoroughly tes( » : -ery pl.-co of mulcrlal that pies Into this machine. Our liiuiUu^ ycur'ti Kuur* nnteci houd with euch blcjvle.  COCE 1» ti'iv ouonendlii^r tin- ^|lt.r>0canh In full with onlor wo will ritE.ll pend I'ree a Kcimliu IturiHek 10,01« mile barrel pattern cycla meter; or a hl«h «rodo tloor jnnnp. Your money all back If you are not perfectly satlhlled.  PMSflO ©  <!i>  innnnfai'ture the cheap doinrU  UlisRflr VSllklElLdi menc store kind of wheeh, Mich aa many new * concerns and big supply houses advertSpo and kcII an hl^li j?rade. Wo can lundtili theui. Vnnvever, ati>"» to (7 strlptied: ni'?!i.7S to ili.. r i0 complete. "\Ve do not vfipiruiiteo nor recoin* in. nd them. ItEI'OltE IH{!>i:»!\(i a bicycle of anyone else, no matter who or lio.v cheap, write 11» ami let us tell you hew much ue can wive von on the name machine.   K £? UMIE fo BUY trlbiitlntf cata!of;ueu for us a lew days. We need one Person \f. Mich town Cor till ? purpose. Wo h.we Hevoinl hundred SECOM) IIAN1> WHEEI^ taken In Irado which wo Villi close out at. »>'.1 to £1» each; also mime shopworn samples and '[i'J model* very cheap. Send for llnrimin l.Ut. <h r lt jii'h AlilLlTV ituihquci-tloned. Wo refer to aiiv bank or bii^nees house in Chicago, oranv express op «allroiul company. Wo wlll Mend von letters of reference direct I'mm tho larirent banks in ChJcaco If you wish lb  sojd YiiSB Ofisea fv^v.vi!Avi?.iiTA-i-^T,^^' 1 " 13 " -o^i.c^it. ■J. L, Mm® &YGLE QmSPMY, Glucago, !!!j  ■2••  I  'I  %  T.  I  arni Uhicuir  Our Clubbing List  Owing to ¡1 stimv'.l arnmgomont wo ni'O plenseil to offer to the readers of Tub Times Aery Ira so lewx clubbitii; propositions, mr- of thoTl wo give below.  $2.75 $2.00 $i-75  $2.60 $2.80  $.3-20  THE C.iUJ-NI'LMt TiMJ 'Tur. 'ff-t  raakini' ai iloiit.:. '  run CA.ìI.-: ì  Tnu  Titt; ;  Duily Ti'ibum/ "nn year u iour followin.'i jiuL-li.'iiiioir;, PrCii;--•'uliouAl Uumo Joanml, Motht^r'o Mara-V/crltly Im.iT Fivo pajiciT for  ,.»t Timf;' ai\<1 Toirhuif^l World, - Htjjl Ait. :uzii;03 j)uMii»liuil, both ono -your lar :,..i T .M>nii timi.h und Mi.iinc.'i I>uil> News i-.jul Suiukiy I'tiiiii'u  i.;.i:;.-fik« Ti.vris and Dos Muti.f.«. Duily xowh i ith (:.\.:..i:iv idlitioii  c.\ij.i:ni>ijh 'i'lmki ami huj rjoiti.-; bail;* ('¡¡^i'.al c*iO yent* f jr  'I'a« Tr;;j and thu Toivtii* Wei Uy HI ..J^  b \ii t.uii yuut i'oj th«. oat-lumuvu timksm j (:oi)u«r.';; i'-tyailr  boi.h or.» 1 « yo:ir (or T11* cai mind '.n Ti«u« utid ahirrti^' ! ; "^ri.xt'ri»' miri  iJkovurt»' Jouruui both oi:o yen.v I'rr Tiu; cai.luwuku TiMUB nr.d Oiil«.^;) l);aiy ViiriKL-t»' anil Druvtm'. Journal iwji.'t» a wock, bidh » iioy,  U r for Tun (J.u.i.uNPttii Timmh ftiid ibeGr«Ht At; > ;  jou« KiLrmvr ycu? for  Ti  bi t li  $1.00 $1.00  $3 75  $1.00  Wnojinjior. ulinoHt any jjulill.-nfon In tho United State» \a coniuictl..» with Tin» Tlrn-s at 11 tjjtK'h flu-iipcr tut.Mlinn ;,ou oni. poislbly obtain tJaein yor^rsuif. Wokivve ii.ahlni io do tvhh the m'-.ney nwity v,,„ pay tis for T.io Tinnih  At .1 very Ivw rato, ^ofuniUI» »c\, ^'.vii bl.inl.-R raid i- 11 yi.u tho i«f \,*M»:h  01 or iintMi->»iU in ivy wluh, nu'i •on buy jour own mot,, y r r.le/ n-. il s^r.d itinih.a you oiUcr yonr own pnpur and .¡.\ spin.« tb,io you iln t.i ri.t rh ip  rikUB by ordering In eonnociloa with Tnul'lim'».  I The Cailender Time  ¡5  ¡Jj I Have Rtceived My Fall and Win-¡¡! ter Line of Hats and would be pleased | to have the Ladies of Cailender and vi  cinhy call and see them. ¡1 Mrs M. M'cKenna.  v.^ftfc-.^-r^'v» rx-  Subscribe For The Times.  ¿t a time uriieii noiura was striving hoi' utuHi.t to olc.ia tho day in bar-inouy and pcneo, Ibe spirit oi Mro. iJtivMm h»rf»n jftssecl ibo  henrculy t attu in Jiv > iti ih» City of Ooti.  Mnrthii Mortenso.i i horn in— fjulsttd Hogu par Aal!" vy Amt, Den-tunr!>, Miu-oh, 18, 1647. Hero she spent lior girlhood, u'ltil 1866, when i ohe mofi?ii ivilb her parciita to Amcr ioii, ranking hor homa in Eacine, \Vi con sin. Ono j oar li-.U'r, ¡¡ha was uiirrimi '.■) Wv. Poior Lnreon, nnd »l.ar living yc-stru in liitciu«,  t!je>3' ra ;v(:d to a iarc; nsnv Oullonder, low.-.. Kuro they have sinse livsd, worki)i(i together down tho piithway oi jifii uo fillod with it:; minglsd sorrow and joy.  Mis. Lnraou w.to thn uiotbef of o-levo» obildrsn, fight ci vhom aro living,-fivB Bona and three daughters. For the laet live years ehe baa beon helpless, snflering conotantly the tnost intense pain. Thru nil this timo Bho bos boon tho kindest and most patient of mothers und, ultho helpless, there never wrr ft time when tho husband or ohildrou aould not go to hor for help and comfort, Four sou» and two daughtoro have guarded hor lieilhide day and night, nevor for any aituae leaving her -when mother called.  Mru, Luraon wfta a faithiul, con-80ieiiti1maOI1ri3ti.au. 81io wsa eduea-tod nuii trained in the lianiah Lutheran olnuch but ono year iifti-r her coufirmatioii she became converted and joined tho Buptiot church, living over since a life of peaeo with God.  Oil Friday evening nt about six o'olocli, she passed quietly away. Tho bereaved nusband and children are now jinaoiijjj thru one of the ead-deot hours of their lives. At times their (¡lief ticerns almost too deep for tears. There are moments in life when it h-cuib as if the heart cannot hoi-1 another drop of Borrow, moments so mi,.! with grief and longing that the jojB t; o have had spun !iko a dri'inn of i.lie past. Tliese are the linus whfu Q-od is testing us to see if ■jo are pure gold, and, sometime or ot!.or, if He finds us true, it may not, bo today, it, lrny not he tomorrow, Li., will send a jov, a bhuamg that will lii'.n'o thii'i equal (he i-orrowa oi the puot. Until He can (!n this in Hia o.vn ^-ootl time, wo luuat learn to say, "Not my will, 0 Lord, but Thine."  Tho luiieial sorvioe was hold at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon at 2 1\ M. A very large number of friends gathered to pay their last rc-spccts to tho departed.  The floral tributes wore very beautiful and a largo number of them. A pillow with tho word "Mother" and a ITarp worn tho principal ones.  Bov. Uopp of I-'cii Dt'dgo gavo uu oueellont,¡'.ddroiiB.nnd the choii'aang Boiue approprinto snlootlots.  H. I'. SSenshoei oonduotod the funeral. Iutorment wk3 in tho cein-aiery eas? of town.  Who Is To Blame? When evil oxldtd, laws are disregarded and broken. When there are laws, why uhoold they be brokon? If laws aro broken, why aro tho break-ore of tho laws, not puniohod? I'hete questions ato brot to tho mind of the obsorver very forcibly, Iho pftBt tow weeks, and cupscially Tuesday, when some disropntablo follows wore allowed to "fill up" thou make a Bhow of thsmselvod ard disturb a publio meeting by nucb luwloas oonduot.  While the itinera) service ot the late Mrs. Potor Larson was being observed at tho Methodist church these fellows drove by, whipping tbo team and whooping like Indians. It nearly caused a panic and causod a halt in the servicoH for the time. 8uch aot-iouB are oommon in tho West, but here in a oivilized community is should not be tolerated.  Huch lawlessness should bo I'KE VENTED. No» allowed to bo done, then Jry (or not try but say thoy ought to bu punished) to do flomsthing after it in all over.  There aro town lawn, there aro ofiic-era to enforce the laws. Now why are the laws not enforceod? Who in to blame V  Card Of Thanks Wr wish to exprBssi our heart-folt appreciation end thanks for tho many acta of ltimlnoss und sjrinptttliy shown us during tho lonju Hiulruuss and donth of our baloveil v.'ifo and inothor, also for thnllowors and music, in tho last sad farewell of tho departed.  Petek Ijaiison ftud fnmily.  $m Movement of tic : Foot  £.<■'■' rj i'iS P/ovs v.-tl Mcn.anct  Tlie J. I. Case Self-Leveling High Foot-lift, Sulky Plow, is a marvel in morfl ways ilian one. For instance, tho. operator with greatest ease can put the plow six inches under ground or lift it six inclios above ground, raid with the same operation level the frame. Two results with ono operation, clo this with other foot-lift or hand-lift sulky plows it is ucccssary to handle an lever placed there especially for that purpose. This single lever feature': original Case Plows and is a great labor saver. But the best feature ever yilaced sulky plow, ii the adjustment in the J. I. Case Self-Leveling High l-oot-: oulky foi raising and lowering the heel. It is one of the reason» why J. I. ilowsare so light draft, because it enables l!ie operator to set the pjoiv friction is removed from the underside o! the landside and the shan right at the point. And it .nablcs him to set ihe plow so it will plow hard ground where iulky plows without this adjustment cannot be made to plow. Don't be fooled by dealers who do not handle J. I. Case Rows, claimimj that "my plow is set right at the factory." It may be, but in very short time the suction is worn out of the share. 1 Iiii is when youwill need the j. I. Case heel adjustment. Oilier impoibot advantages •ire: The bottom enters the ground point down, h. cl up and » plowing at once. It comcs out point up, her! down  r^isac-SELFIE^EUMG  \vnte foi free catalogue which fully describes (his mar  fcrmcr's Fucycl.ipidia Fi\EE «larrcsboun.l ii. cloth. Siini.ly ti l! w: .U'.d cor.iinir season, .t.c'o, tan ill,! for inokint; anil l>osUsj:e, v.ilIi thcliai.'.i; a-J. H. Case Plow Works.,  !ous plow.  ' i you will nnrxl urdcal'jr. Addrtv-u.  Uncino, Wis,  .'■Mt Ì  .! a.klr,  IÖT-UFT  I  T't .'L^inj. —gar.iyrr^ì  SZ.R 133*03 AjS/j RECORD, j  Will tho Pcoplo '""ntt Exporiment-  alista ar.i! XlieoristsP (Ifrom Slierman's Spcecli ot Afieept-i'- i  Tlio overshadowi'.i,' Issue of the cam-palgu really is: Sliill tho admlnlstra-tlon of Presidiai! It9o*ov«lt ho ar-proved, shall a pttttj- ot' domoiiHtratod capaolty in udiniiuiiti'atlvo uft'itlrs bG contili ued lu power, sliall the reins oi governuiont bo piami in exporleuced hanfls, or do tho pooplu profer to trust their destlniea to au axgresatlon of experlmental uialcontunts aii(l tliuor-Ists, whoso only claliii to a hlstory Is a party uamo they pllioroil';  Wlth a record ot four decudu» of wlso loslslatlou; two score ycaro of faltlifiil admtnlstratlon ; offiorliiB Its tultllled pletlKcs <•.: a euavauty of Ita pruiiiises l'or the futuro, tho Republl-can party appoals to the people and, wlili full cou/idenci) lu thelr wlsdom inni pairlori^i'.i. awuits tlie reuilltlon of tho .Novoiuliov verdlct.  ''Let The. People Rule"  Given a ohance to prove their fealty to tho leader's osmpaign slogan, Lot tho people rule", the Demoorat-io members of the Iowa legislature in oppos.ug an attempt to refer tho Bo-lection of a candidate for eonator to the voters themselves, have demonstrated either their lack of faith in tho Democratio oaudidatea' dootrines, or a not altogethtr surprising inconsistency.  othor periodicals, who is in Des Moines working up tho Dea Moines plan of governmont. Mr. ftaidner is stationed at Washington during tho winter. Ho has beon there mRny years and has made oloso study of tho nation'« representatives and senators.  "Lacey is looked upon in Washington as a nico old gentleman who never does much but iB agreeable and pleaB-ant to talis to. He never disagreed with Oaunon and tbo speaker ruled him just as bo ruled hundred of others, Cummins, with tho national reputation ho has for the reform meae-ureB ho has been instrumental ip putting through, ought to win an easy viotory oyer Lacey. It oertainly would  THAT BRYAN "could DO NO HARM."  Congressman Burko Says Oifioo of President Is Infinitely Moro Powerful Than Congress. Congressman ,lauiea Francis Burke, or ¡'¡usiany, hi an address on "Tho Powers of the President," says:  "Tho AiiHi'li.aa people cau make no ¡crniUT mlfinko thau to elect Mr. lii'.van on (lie assumption that he can do no liarr.i ¡¡. iho l'ueo oi an adverse Semite. As bt;i\veou tho exeeuttvo and loj;if.litlive dip-iLtuients of tho government. I!ii' fen:. " has Intlnltely creator pn^'.f to rui. 'id ruin t!i:tn the lat-  Judge Evans Chosen.  The result of the judicial conven tion at Des Moines last week, when Judge Evans was ohoson as a oandi-cato to suceeedo the late Junge Bish-1 ba 11  national calamity if wan  op as a member of the nupremo court, j 4ent to t)l0  United Btatea senate over is wev-ai.g with general satisfaotiou |  B » cIj  »  maa aB  Governor Cummin!."  s.'Oiiss ■  WARM  50DA FOUNTAIN  throughout the state. There wore a number of other candidates who were loyally enpportod by tho peoplo of their districts, and tho contest for tho honor waB a warm ono. But there was a gratifying absence of any bittov-ness and tho selection of Judge EvanB is being commended throughout tho state, especially by members of tho legal profession, who know tho candidate's special litnoss for the position.  -Dailv nowb.  New Way to Hatch Chicks  lai:  Mr.  l:t  >11  ses.H .1 ■ : v.-hi il w.ii.!',.! ti,« Willie thl'.-e Ilio i j-eaiv' I.-!'., i-'ail-.!:!'," O' thoi ::l.l rill . Uhi.Oil' >1,  "As U. til.''. Idonr in wi. TUroiuh r! . tuoi lie wlil dolla him" are doliiL i,i list of tho "In vlcnv tUc lll'teon the States e doeretiso.1 i' of Senator* of lteproiei  Hryn .l'in.  ,lll'  llioiv  :.l!,lv  »  1 C. I. Fox, B. S.>I. 12. I  i ^  2 Gallenfcei', liowa, J  Good Times In Iowa  officii hours:  the i'm". ol 151'v■ : * '..led by hii j;: to 12. i. 18 to "I. .>••» Ill IV  1!20 to ltVl, and :l cratle pari*' ivr-ground, iv!h ii'ii" guence of bb.  11  lieteropeneoii-i ' ' moiits, tho Aiii-': llrtlc prosi«', i- ■ ' If Mr. Bryan ^  III til!:  1'hila.rs  ss o ion n a i'i lid :  : l'o  p.V,  Evidenoe of hard times in Iowa ia as difficult to find aE Mysterious Baffles at a county fair. Letters have been sout ont to about 60 of tho larger cities of Iowa asking for information rt fc '-.,idi:ii.; the revival of business, j Answers have i. "in reoiivad iron) r-tioufc ill) thii'i ui,'. am! -viia corun dozen eseop'.io:! , iho i\i..'ei ,-od 111—i. thoi-3 ij no guoh tovivr.l noted, tha »eftBun given being that t'horo wr.ii ncarcoly «. porccptib'-i do-prossuni. Thi-ai replios reflect tho eonuHions not only in ilia fr.rniing oomin-Jiii;icii bet iu tho lnrgor cities. In the country farmers tiro busy m the fields or silting on tbo feaces watching 75 cent corn absorb tho more material ss.ionco o f the goh-en sunshine. In the citios, everywhere business ia booming, pudiio and private bnildingo -jjnting in tho aggregate milliunn of dollars aro being e-rooted. Huudreds of miles of tower and water main.i are being extended. Tolophone wireii ara extending ont liver every uounty and township, i'ao-lorios are rmiuing to tho full extent  I 0:(J0 to 11:00 a ru ^ 1:00 to 3:00 p in ( 7:00 to 8:00 pm  OEc.-j over Cllty Meat Market  Put Eggs in Corn Planter and Set  in the Sun.  John Files, living a t Spring  Branob, has a brood of seven ohiok-  ens that were hatched without the  aid of a hen or incubator. About  three weeks ago be discovered that  one of his bene had laid seven eggs in  tho seed box of his corn plautei.  which ho lrnd left on tho south eido of  hia barn. To protect the egga until  later, when he expected to tako them  to the honeo, he closed the lid, but  that was the hu't ha thioght of the  ogge, One day tbi'; week J. H. Lawie,  his hived matt, while passing tbo  | planter, wau nttranted by a noiio -?:tb-  " ' i iu tbo box. Lie raised tho lid tu:d cplv In.3 been •., , .. ... , . ,  " . . .  :  found aevun thrifty young ohickeuo.  nil tha tii io tho eggs wore ii:  j th-. I'lautor tbo eun hid btr-n K.-.ins  | down with abnormal beat by day an !  j t'lc-r;. hi»vo been uu raius nor very cold |  IGlii UKüAii ALWAYS ON HAND  G.  W. KNUTSON.  DRUGGIST.  Dsr. fü-iio'iöi) P'ter.L  gjbY;sl«;tnn ani> ff'nn'oeon i- .» on'icc Ovci Brno Stove CailenclJis, v lows  I  ■i> %  I  I  1 -2*  "i' 'X  LABOR WO/XD jo.tl  : i.  li  .Mr  I'li'oi'l  nrlil.  Charaotoriae : i 1  of tlm (From the l',.:i'' Tho l.nbol' Wo In lis lolv'H'ary i lori'.os hini a ii' divlari's that tin C.li'liipt-'l'S wlil lia nllena'.lnii l'l'v-'-. 1 -lt sayM: "Tha' " fi'ii'li.l of labor untnii'. niii;oi  llnil l'l'oi-i'l.Mi: i  may maUo on I  from roiiiinning ' be the friend of tho wiiB" 'vorkor. iiijantachl labor cannot afford lo have i:«'ll split up Into tlons on ibis polbenl Issue. That I've»-hlont liomper« I- vrong In I'oi-i'lut; this luotit ominous t Is oortain. and Intelligent wai!'- ' rkors will cmtaluly  cotui» lo Ibis ...... jslon."  1-------------  H, P. Stun.-borl •.••") riny  y0 u the highest pri;^ i-'  ( ->uuttry.  oi r-\l :  d I N. 11.1 V. d (.'onio-i on'. , : Mr.  •ii' l'l'b'ail ..." I' -iril'air »it.io !<■' Ulli" "I in  im tbo lnb  'ivtury Tal'l b-. a mi.. i ''orinili, mid all ilia r il'i. vlololis iitlaoks »■aper« or any ono else I'linnot prevent him  nighla to check lne development oi the ouu.yro ohioks.  MuIroney I.'anufacturing Plant Destroyed.  Virc, which worn all »videlicet sooniB to havo i iitinnted from defective thctrical wir.ng, totally d-j-tioyed tbo Mulroney Mai ufacturing piaut ai 1)21 Ooutrnl avu-in.', between the lionrB of nine r::d .twelve Friday tiiglit. Tlie total oiir.aiic, including that done to projuity ia the vicinity, 5 §152,000, tho immsurod loss being 11  ttimof..,! n, «1.-,,. iiiio nnn v.a T  O. W. BORTZ  ToiTSonaS  Art 1st.  Fivst-ClasH Work. Also Fine Lino of Cl,'i:n's.  ^»♦♦♦♦'Mii-W-  i  Dr. R. B DEN  Smith  TIC:  T  of their capacity. Thousaud» of men 1 estiraated at about 5(13,000. Not aro digging down beneath the earth ' withstanding tho ¡. ss tbo company for ooal with which to operate tho in-1 continue with Iho work of mak-dustrios and fill the winter iiìiib und \ ing overalls and other work o'.othing,  there is room for thousands moro if they could lis aeenrod. And far moro important to tbo peoplo working for daily wages, pay is higher than it lias over been and the demand for workers is increasing tho priuo.  Lacey Of Little Force Obeys Boss Joe Cannon.  Cummins should havo littlo trouble in defeating ox-Oongrsssnian Lacey. Laccy, as congressman, was rogardod aa a representative of little force. He was 0 f the kind the ooirespondents looked upon as Spoaker Gannon's agent, willing to do what Oaunon wanted him to do. In other words be "good" in order to get tho "cake."  This iB the opinion of Gilson Gardner, special writer for Oollers, tbo Nawspaper Enterprise »sgpoiation, and  and expeel to be in operation in a temporary buihlin:; within thirty days.—Messenger  The ooming of William 11. T>u't to Iowa today marks the formal opening of tho Republican campaign 111 ibis state. Tho plans being mado for tliu big mooting toni:ht at Dc.s Mmnos and tho mooting!, in the vatious town« along tbo route whore the Republican candidate for president will speak, give promise that his reception will bo ono of the biggest .iinionstratioiis ever given a political spoakor. Iowa will accord him a greeting which will leave no doubt in hia m ; nd that hor peoplo will overwhelming support him and tho polioies for which I10 ktands in the Novombor election.  It is tho plan of the Do.i Moines committee whioh lias 111 charge the g>  is In Cullender li'.v.-y  Over Brun ion's Hariivv arc^  Store  ! « V I i -  f, *  ! Justice of the t  $ --------------Peace "  I anD iRotarv tiitOUo $  £ l.'olloatlo:u u S ¡1 01: y Callendil' - loir Q.  -1 ■:■-  t  ratigement for hid reoep'iou So mako a gala day of ill" event. The Taft demonstrations will eclipse anything'of the kind over held in that city. Two big meotinga will lie In Id, 011a at ths Auditorium at which liovornot A. B. Or.mmins will presbie as chairman and another at Foster's opera houss, where Congressman J. A. T. Hull will act as chairman.   

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