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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 11, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                f PRINTING That delights the eye and brines in not tbe re sult of To produce a gooa job inquires experience and good We have at your it win pay you to cee us before placing your THE TELEORAH ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY at necMMrj tJw rowtb ttui nra u at ud ia propttiiioa of flovera and AaincrraMia bnsiiun ii bound to follow u adnr tiMment in THE TELEORAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL JULY PRICE Two An Excellent The pleasant method und beneficial effects of the well n OF manufactured by the FIG Synur illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshingtothe taste and acceptable to the It is the one petfeet strengthening laxa cleansingthe system headaches ami fevers gently yet promptly and enabling to overcome habitual constipation per Its freedom from every objectionable quality and sub and its actingon the liver and without weakening or make it the ideal In the process are as theyare plea ant to the but the medicinal qualitiesof the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic by a method known to the CALIFORNIA Fio SVBUP In oHer 1o get its beneficial effects and to avoid please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 8A3J NEW MotMle by all per Dolphin Cottage Colors For both in andl outside mixed ready for immediate use and guaran teed to outlast any other mixed Especially adapted for Fence and Buggy We also handle Dry Carter and Eckstein White Paiut JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners DruK Citizens Phone The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you eaough margin for other kitchen utensil See them at our The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are built look better and cost I less than any other on tbe Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy door to KILLED SIXTEEN AND A LARGE NUMBER INJURED IN A RAILWAY PASSENGER AND LIVE STOCK TRAIN COLLIDE IN THREE OR FOUR MO E DEATHS ARE EXPECTED TO Kansas July persons are two probably fatallj and a large number of others less seriously as tbe result of a headend collision between passenger and fast live Ftock trains on the Chi cago Alton railroad near Morton Six were killed out tour died on a train conveyini them to Kansas City and three died in hospitals in this The passenger train was traveling in three on account of the heavy Epworth League business to San me wrecked train was the first section and contained no Conductor MeAnna of the freight had been ordered to meet the second section of the passen ger train at the next station east of but apparently over looked the fact that the first section which was 55 minutes had not The head brakeman on the who was about four cars from the says Conductor MeAnna assumed tbe tnrottle himself on leav ing and was running the en gine when the collision The trains met two miles west of on a curve surmounting a high em A relief train started from Kansas City and returned here with the in jured at 6 oclock last Those who died on the way were delivered to the while the others were distributed between two hos The six killed outright weie left at Kansas July Don nelly of fireman of the freight died at University hos making the death total Three or four more deaths are The trains collided while going at a good The engines were pushed to either side of the track and prac tically while the forward cars of the passenger train telescoped each The forward Pullman and the tourist sleeper in front were The baggage car was wrecked and freight cars were piled up on both engines and The train which was wrecked was one of the finest pas senger in the United States The equipment was all including tie sleeping baggage car and Frances Walker of Flatbush died at last night at Josephs The unidentified woman taken to Josephs died at 11 She did not regain conscious and there was nothing on her person to give any hint of he The list of deaths now numbers A beacon light to tbe sick and A life Take counsel with yourself today and use Rocky Mountain Tea Peace and comfort follow its Johnson Our Six Year Old Our little six year daughter had a very sore badly and coughed almost Gave the White Wine ot Tar Syrop according to directions and she began to improve immediately and soon got Groves and I have recommended Jit to and we consider it the very best medicine in pastor Clarks Wyatt Refuse all substitutes and insist on having Tom I Oc 5c Havana 5c II your dealer does not handle them let us BARGAINS IN Summer Shoes There is no better time than now to buy Summer Prices are at the very and if you contemplate buying you should not fail to come here at once to our ANNUAL CLEARING For Douglas formerly oo CO CA Douclas formerly 5350 CO Aft J Donpias formerlv S3 oo You will imvnr Ret i chanre again to buy Douglas ui n For Empress Shoes in for ff3 Empress Shoes in for C 300 merjy Ladies Fine Vici for tf nietly Vici for ffj inerlv Ladies Pine Vici for ffT V merly These Goods are all New and the Latest This Sale is Strictly WEHLE5 SHOE 3 West Maumee White I MATTERS IN J The Man Who Will Preside Over the National Educators A PULL LIST OP OFFICERS The New Executive Committee Will Be Notable for the Magnificent Pro portions of Its Averaging Over Six July presidentof the Iowa State College of was for president the National Educational associa tion at yesterdays meeting of the nominating whose report will be submitted before a general meeting The selections of the committee are considered equivalent to Beardshear has the distinction of being an extremely popular gentle nlan and a prominent figure in the con He is a large six feet three inches and well propor He is a very brainy man and a very entertaining a good listener as well as a good He was born in gradu ated at Otterbein university of and afterwards studied at He served in the civil At 29 he be came president of Western Afterward he became superin tendent of schools at Des and 10 years ago president of the State Agricultural now one of the leading institutions of the kind in the The office of held by Ir win Shepard of is a permanent superintendent of schools at is named by the committee for treasurer to suc ceed Lewis Greenlee of He is one of the best known ed ucators in New England and was named without Phillips of secretary of the nominating commit is slated for president of the na tional In accordance with the usual cus James Green of the retiring will be first Detroit is represented in the list of officers by Wales Mar superintendent of the public who will be second vicepresi The new executive committee will notable for the magnificent propor tions of its The new presi is 6 feet 3 inches The new is 6 feet 2 Retiring President Green is 6 feet Lane of Chicago is 6 and United States Commis sioner Harris is 5 feet 11 inches tall and the smartest man on the AN OLD EDITOR Celebrated His Eightieth Birthday at Battle Battle July ter the oldest editor in entered the octogenarian ranks He is the editor of the Daily He came to Battle Creek in 1845 and started the Western the first paper printed One year later he commenced the pub lication of the Michigan the Citizen having ceased to exist That paper failed in 1848 for want of patron In 1852 he became the editor publisher of the Battle Creek Weekly which he made a decided suc cess In 1863 he sold the paper to Charles He then became attached to the Michigan and since 1882 he has been political editor of the He has been a member of the state legislature nine years member of the board of education our years an and held many other offices of JOHN DICK WellKnown Detroit Undertaker Died July senior member of the firm of 3ick the bestknown fu neral decorator in Detroit and a prom nent member of the Masonic fraterni died yesterday morning at 2150 Woodward the residence of William his with whom he had made his after a Biege of sickness lasting many bast fall Dick was induced to go to Florida in the hope that a winter there would restore his He came back early in apparently much improved but the improvement proved only and he was soon forced to succumb to his old mal growing worse until the end LANDS AT THE Supreme Court Enters a Decision as to Their July su preme court sustains the state in pro ceedings to eject settlers on lands on Clair holding the states title valid under the congressional grant of swamp and overflowed Tbe decides against the state in proceedings brought by Schuyler Olds of Lansing to compel the state land commissioner to issue iiim patents for the greater part of the valued at The only hope of the state lies in the possibility that the court n subsequent hold these are overflowed and not swamp In this Oidss patents would be Great braces body and drives away all impurities from yonr Makes you Keeps yon Rocky Mountain Johnson A Conscientious Dear tried your White Wine of Tar I believe it to be au excellent and can con scientiously reccommend it to Respectfully Steven Wyatt MICHIGAN The sawmill of Spreckel at Me Bain is a total loss of It will be Burglars entered three houses at but were frightened away without The hay dealers and shippers of cen tral Michigan will hold a convention at Owosso July Hawks was held up by two men at Pontiac and relieved of It took two men and a revolver to do Miss Tillie Moran has been elected a member ot the school board of North Orange i2th will be cele brated at Bad and people expected to be During the prevalence of a severe electrical storm near Howard City the barn of Engleman was with two Loss William a member of Com pany Fortyfirst Regiment Vol arrived at his home in Rich land and was given a right royal wel He was gone 21 months and ia glad he is The house of Miss Martha Hinman of Battle Creek was robbed Tuesday night of four gold three dla liond pins and other articles of Jew Followers of the wild west show ue Absalom Backus July of the pioneer lum bermen of this and for half a century a resident of is dead of kidney trouble at his 91 Trumbull after an illness last ing only two He came to De troit in 1865 and established the lum ber business with which his name has been He ran this business till about rive years when he re tired from the it to be managed by his two Henry and Newton Made His July a prisoner in the county jail charged with made his escape and up to last evening was still at Martin was confined in the same cell with another and an officer who took the latter out to arraign him in court left the cage door open behind Martin evidently made his escape by ascending the stairs to the second floor and jumping from a Arrested for July a man who sold cheap jew elry on the streets claims he was robbed of Three arrests have been and the men taken to Ith where they will be confine until their examination The man under strongest suspicion is George Hessions of Ann He is a crip ple and gave his name as George John The other two will probably be Cancer of the Port July post mortem examination was held on the remains of the late Judge OBrien At kinson to ascertain the exact cause of and It was found that a cancer of the kidney which extended along the was the immediate Tt was presumed that the stomach was as the patienc had been un able to take any solid but that organ was found to be in good condi Philander Fisk Grand July Philander widow of the late John and one of the oldest resi dents of this died unexpect edly at the home of her Harriet aged 86 Fisk came here with her af ter whom Fisk lake was in from where they had lived two after coming from western New The Child Labor July Reed of Lapeer deputy factory and Agent Glaspie of Ox ford are here and will compel the ob servance of the child labor law in Sag inaw where considerable abuse of the law has been Two foremen of Thomas Jackson plant have been Inspector Reed says the work here will be thor To Kill the July Min nie a Nashville aged died at Battle Creek from the effects ot blood She had corns in her feet and used carbolic acid to kill the She failed to consult a phy sician until it was necessary to ampu tate two which they thought would save her but she died soon after from the Meeting of Ann July re gents met here to consider the bids for tbe construction of the new medi cal but they were so differ ent in character that it was decided to revise the specifications so that all will bid on the same basis of The regents will readvertise for There were figures handed in from seven Manistee Boy July Thomas of Manistee came here on a visit last He turned up missing Sunday Yesterday his body was found in the harbor He had been drowned while Shepherds Body July a faithful search lasting ten days the iocjy of Don who was drowned at Laceys lake on July was recovered yesterday Boy July Mo aged was drowned last even Ing while bathing in Lake Erie at Bay View dizzy bad constipa absolutely cured if you take Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Johnson Onr want ads reach the John says Foleys Honey and Tar cured my little girl of a severe congh and in flamed Wyatt Johnson Thousands of People Crowding Into Reno and Lawton SEEKING HOMESTEAD EIGHTS The Line Was Made Up cf the the Lame and the Brawny Frontiers Sprawled Out in the Dust Over El July out the proclamation of President Mc Kinley opening up to settlement by the whites the farms in the Kiowa Comanche the first registra tion of homesteaders was made here and at Lawton Hundreds were lined before the various registra tion booths when darkness came last and today and Friday the regis trations will continue until all who come shall have been given an oppor tunity to file their The draw Ing by lottery will begin July and until then none of the appli cants will know whether or not he has been lucky enough to receive a home The lottery scheme robbed the opening of the picturesque run and the exciting times incident to the great Compared with that the affair was tame in the ex Although there are perhaps persons in practically no disorder As a the home seekers are weil provided witn money and provisions and no serious incon venience has been Last night hundreds of persons slept in the streets to maintain their places in Many had waited on the border of the new country for two years or and the last night of their long vigil was the most trying they had The line was made up of the the lame and the brawny sprawled out in the The crowd before each booth elected a and each man and woman in line was given a num which each pinned conspicuously on his or her A company member was permitted occasionally to absent himself from line for a short breathing and invariably his place vas protected by his fellow As the hour of 9 interlopers tried to push in and break the numer ical order of the line This instantly raised bad but trouble was prevented by the early an nouncement that the line organization would be respected by the government IN A BAD President Hinsey of the of Or dered to Show July Hinsey ordered by the supreme lodge of the Knights of Pythias to appear be fore that body and show cause why he should not be This follows as a direct result of the alleged irregularities which the new managemeat of the endowment rank has found in the books under his 12 years administration as president of the board of The supreme lodge of the Knights of Pythias by a vote of 130 to tbe report of the supreme with its criticisms of Hinseyp and ordered it published as an official record of the condition of the endowment the central figure in all the talked three hours before the supreme but his explana tions did not satisfy his Con gressman James Watson of Indi ana moved that Hinsey should be ordered to appear and show cause wby he should not ue expelled from the su preme Hinsey had tried to forestall this action by sending in his resigna tion as member of the board of con trol of the endowment Against Foreign July aaitatiou in the British press against admitting foreign entries at Henley The rowing ixpert of the Daily Tele in advocating the exclusion of foreigners and alluding to Ellis says I am still more strongly convinced that no crew should be allowed to en ter which has been coached profes A correspondent of the Daily News says Americans detract from the enjoyment at The general be havior of those who crowd Henley to see their compatriots row is not con ciliatory to We can take but we do not care to have it rubbed in until the whole asmos Ohere is a jumble of stars and You cant sleep in the stillest if yonr digestion is Take Hoods strengthens the stomach and estab lishes that condition in which sleep regularly comes and is sweet and re Printers ink not only makes people bnt brings trade when it ia used in this a practicing physi cian of Smiths for over thirty writes his personal ex perience with Foleys Kidney For years I have been greatly both ered with kidney trouble and enlarged postrate I used everything known to the profession without re until I was induced to use Foleys Kidney After using three bottles I was entirely relieved and I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all physicians for such for I can honestly state I have prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect Wyatt Johnson Avoid the Heat and When yon go east by traveling via the coast The new steel passenger steamers leave Ig Cheboygan and Al pena four times per week for New and all points sontn and of had kidney trouble and one bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure effected a perfect and be says there is no remedy that will compare with it Wyatt Johnson Your Liver Will be roused to its natural duties and your Ueadarhe and constipation be cured if you take Sold by all 25 CHINAMAN Running Amuck in a Boarding Houce With a Butcher July a Chinese employed at a boarding house at Mount Breckinridge lumber 35 miles east of Bakers in the was lynched by The Chinaman attacked Ken wife of the foreman of the with a butcher inflicting a seri ous wound on her He struck Kenneys little but the injury is The screams of the woman brought the lumbermen to the Kenney was the first to reach the He was attacked by the Chinaman and received a severe cut on the The lumberman knocked the China man placed a rope around his neck and hanged Mm to a It is believed the Chinaman was A CLOUDBURST Almost the Town of Near July cloud burst is reported to have almost de stroyed the town of 20 miles Bouth of It is thought certain that escape for all the inhabitants was Corbin is close to a line of foot hills of the During the night a terrific storm Water rushed down tbe hills in dense volume and houses were torn from their founda tions and reduced to Only the most substantial buildings remained in Traffic on the Northern Pacific and Great Northern was stopped by wash outs and communication cut Gomez Goes New July Maximo accompanied by his son and Alexander sailed for Havana on the The party was es corted to the pier by a delegation of who had with them a large oral piece made in the form and col ors of the uban In the saloon of the steamship Gomez made tome parting remarks to his He said that he will never forget the kindness shown him while here and that he never until now realized how deeply the people of the United States sympathize with the people of Younger July state pardon board approved the parole of Cole and James who have been in the Stillwater penitentiary 25 years for complicity in robbery and murder dur ing the raid of the James gang on the Sigabee New July who is at was greatly improved last but is still confined to his His daugh Kittelle and Miss Ethel are with Capt Sigsbee is suffering from THE TELEPHONES VALUE INCREASES DAY BY In ratio that new sub scribers are added and extensions of Local and Long Dis tance lines are THE MICHIGAN TELEPHONE offers the best and most com plete service at tbe lowest Ask the Local Manager for particulars of the various forms of Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kind of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try us on Monunent 99 Do You Want the Best of FLOUR FEED HAY OR STRAW If so call up tbe GASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone Prompt Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for making bakery goods taste home Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and our wagon will stop at your Gem 8486 Bust Be IPhone 475 Citizens Phone If you have not already secured some of those Bargains In Table Linen At The Cash Dry Goods Red Ticket Closing Out Would advise jou to do so at 60c Red Ticket price SOc price 40c Red Ticket price 27c 3Sc Red Ticket price UNEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 in 9c quality Stevens all 18 lOc quality Stevens all 20 in quality Stevens all 20 in 9j4c 9c value Absorbent Linen 7Jc We haie only a few pieces and you would do well to tall while they last 98c while they last 79c while they last SOc CASH DRY GOODS O WMt 6c ALL AT ONE PRICE We have 50 styles of Picture Moulding in Bone Mummy varying in width from onehalf inch to three inches that we propose to make up in any size frame you may no matter how for We have the largest stock of and Mouldings ever shown in Drop in and look them Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens black or and Boys and Youths rubber Boys and Youths Canvas Missesand Childrens Strap Ladies Strap Sandals and Toe Ladies High black or to The largest line of Mens Shoes in the city at and Mens Working and We have on band a large stock of Ladies Fine Shoes in small and all high priced shoes we are cleaning them out at Also can give you good bargains in Misses and Childrens 5 North Main TUB POPULAR AND FASHIONABLE HWrlORADE BIG NEW STOCK SUIT and Selling at Very Low WWCLOTHING HOUSE Special Prices on Shoes A Womens Vici heavy the very Latest Lasts and a Style for Vici Kid heavy value Mens Tan small sizes Mens Tan Russett Calf Mens Patent Leather Goodyear 3 Mens Guaranteed Patent Leather 4co We will interest you in Strap San at prices that will surprise Haves Cash Shoe ADRIAN AND   

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