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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 25, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaRailroad time tables. Penn a k. K. A ast. West 7.18 a. M. 9.h a. M. Iu.17 a a 12 15 p. M. 2.21 p. M. 4 58 a a 6.ud a a �?T.51 a a sundays. 10.17 a. M. 4.53 p. M. D. L. A w. . East. W St. 6.5� a. M. 9.0� a. M. 1u.13 a a 12 �7 i. M 2.11 p. M. 4.a� a a �.10 a a �.40 a a sundays 0.58 . 12.17 in a 0.10 . �40 a Mph i la. A Kepi x i ii. Ii. North. South. 7.82 a. M. 11.25 a. M. 4.00 . 6.05 p. M. Bloom Street. 7.34 a. M. 11.23 . 4.02 p. M. 0.04 p. M. A j. Sw1imoki 8ur6e0n dentist,1 Orrin on Mill St., pp��8itc1 lie Post t operative and mechanical dentistry carefully performed. Teeth positively extracted without pain with <4as. Ether Atnel to Hlor Oiom and filling Teeth Saveci amp Ltd. 1. Mane h ent Atto r n k v Atje a a a office Over ba�les1 drug store Montgomery id111.1 1 no . Street Danville. A j. J. Brown the Eye a specially eyes tested treated fitted with glasses and artificial eyes supplied. 311 Market Street Bloomsburg a. Hours�?10 a. M. To 5 . Telephone 1430. Twenty a old Minea. There Are at least 20 lost Gold Minos in various parts of the world. Many of them have yielded Rich ores and then have been deserted and entirely lost. There is one in the North of the Transvaal for instance that was discovered by dec Lent in the eighth s by two englishmen. The finders had encamped one night and had As they thought securely tethered their horses w Hen they suddenly heard a loud neigh from one of the animals and a moment later saw them both racing away apparently in the greatest terror. Soon after Dawn they were up and after an hours tramp found one of the poor beasts lying on tin ground with a broken leg. In its struggles it had kicked up the ground and had exposed Rich Gold Quartz Only a few inches below the surface. The two men marked the spot and returned to the District a month later to Start work on the mine. But in spite of All their efforts they could not find the place and to this Day the mine has not been rediscovered. In the late seventies there was tremendous excitement in California when a prospector described a Gold mine he had found. A party soon prepared to set out with the discoverer of the mine As guide but the mine has never been discovered though thousands of dollars have been spent in prospecting for stories. Time to i leave. The late do Only carte always safeguarded himself by refusing to see any one who a 1 not an appointment or stated his or her business on a printed form supplied at his office. Alfred Collier used to Tell a delightful Story in this respect. Lie had a manservant a Swiss italian and one Day having been invited to Dine with or. And mrs. Carte on Adelphia Terrace and forgotten the time he sent Down his Henchman to learn the hour of the repast. This was about 10 in the morning. The Day went on and no emissary appeared till past 5 in the evening when the Henchman crept wearily in. A where have you been you Rascal Quot asked Cellier indignantly. A nah. Sare a replied the poor fellow a i go mistake carte. I go in room. A gentleman be Conn and say a Liat name i Tell him and say. A i vant see mistake carte ii say. A All in Good time Vait for your name sit i a it Down. Lots gentlemen and ladies. I Valt i Vait. I Vait. I get Ongiri and doors i but still i Vait. I Vait 1 Vait. Den at last i a ear my name. I go in Leetel room. Gentleman v say a vat Voce a i say. A i not a say a Den that come Here for a i say a i vant know that time mistake carte a ave dinner Den e Svare and i come a Henry it is interesting to recall that. Just As Edward Vii of England chose his second baptismal Kametas the one by which he wished to be designated when he mount d the throne so likewise his great i web. William in try we Ould have preferred to in known As Henry in. One of the reasons for this preference was the desire to establish lawful right to a title which had already been arrogated by the Cardinal of York tin. Last of tin Stuart pretenders. When the question however came up for discussion in the privy Council the latter decide d in favor King William in. This Story was to it la a by the King himself to miss Helen Lloyd the governess of his child Reid. He added that the privy Council was moved to this Choice partly by fear of exciting the superstitious fears of tin populace who still Liore in their memory a prophecy dating from the seventeenth Century which runs As follows Henry the eighth pulled Down ranks and their cells Henry the ninth shall pull Down and Bella. A literary Era. Itada of Laala Auppl. Or. J. A. Kow on a prominent physician has the following to say about the Road is of the state a a frown my experience As a country physician in travelling Over the roads i am convinced that the present system of working roads in Mississippi is a farce. The inexperience and i apathy on the part of overseers and the a Naif Fen a nce on the part of hands should convince any ordinarily intelligent per a on that new methods will have to be adopt d. The contract system with improved implements is the remedy. In my Opl Pion Broad tired wagons would do much toward keeping Road in Good repair and our legislator should enact a Law requiring the Nar Row tire to he replaced by the Broad after three or four years or one allow Long parties using them a credit on their Road tax. I often go double the Dis tank a Over our Best roads rather than go half As far Over the average saving to my and Comfort thereby. The people will have to 1m a no heated along the line of better roads and new methods w ill have to he forced to Tonii if you have it apaches Len t Experiment with ugh a -1 Rury it juy Kra uses Hea Daehn it vill cure any headache in half an hour to matter what causes it Price 25c. A sold by Rossman son s pharmacy. New idea in irrigation successful scheme of a Texas landowner. He u8e8 two Artesian Well. Kuhn the water around but not on Iii i�?Tlunt��?1\ f. Collins of san Antonio Hun tented 111m property in plot to Thrift ill Luuy who Lin Ltd Lenin Kahle Ropa. F. F. Collins a prominent Manu Fae Turer at ban Antonio tex., is trying an Experiment with irrigation which promises to it make the country around san Antonio a Paradise for truck gardeners Ami Farmers says the St. Louis Postil 1 spa tech. Or. Collins project con hardly by a called an Experiment now since its Success has been demonstrated. The Only difficulty in the Way of any one else doing the same that he has done is the uncertainty of finding water by Boring. With an Artesian Well or. Collins performances can be duplicated by any one. He Lias a ranch about five Miles from san Antonio upon which he bored two Wells striking a Good flow of water at a depth of 800 feet he divided ilk acres into tracts of 12t� acres each and rented them the tenants being chiefly belgians who understand thoroughly the Best methods of using water in Tho growing of vegetables and farm products. Irrigation has been conducted Here since there was a settlement the Early spaniards mexicans and indians using it w Ith a degree of Success that provided for All their wants. In modern times the old a mexican ditches have been used South of the City by germans and italians with Success. But their methods produced 110 such results that have followed or. Collins Experiment. He discovered the secret of a intensive cultivation with this soil when he found that the Best results could be attained if the water was never allowed to touch the Plant and if As Little water As possible was allowed to stand on the surface. His tenants each have a connection with the main ditch which is supplied by the Artesian Wells. They cultivate their plants Corn okra melons Cotton Beans in fact everything that will grow in this country in rows Well banked up with deep furrows Between. Each tract is Given water for 55 inn Ute is once in six Days. The water is run into alternate rows for that time. It has been ascertained that All the water that will run in 55 minutes will be immediately absorbed and none will stand on the surface. The water running into alternate furrows percolates through the dry Furrow wetting the soil around the roots thoroughly. At a meeting of the business menus club or. Collins showed samples of the products of his farm luscious cantaloupes Beans peas and okra. Fie has Cotton 32 inches High that shows from 12 to id squares to the Plant. Corn grows luxuriantly. His tenants told the business men s club that the yield was wort i front $100 to $500 per Aero annually. They expect to gather four crops every year from it. The report of this Enterprise just made Public Lias opened the eyes of the people of san Antonio and already others Are arranging to follow or. Collins example. His profit is not a Small one As he is paid $20 an acre rental for All the land his Only expense being the original Cost of the two Wells about $3,000. Much of the Lund now used for this purpose could have been leased three years ago for 50 cents an acre and could have been bought outright for from $2 to $5 an acre. While there is some uncertainty about finding water it has been struck in Many different localities at a depth of from 800 to 1,500 feet. The greatest danger in this dlr it action is not that water will not Befu it und but that it will be impregnated with minerals making it unlit for use in irrigation. Tempering Copper. Yonnet Elmer Mccroy said to have Dancu erred u la Rice. An accidental discovery of Elmer Mccroy promises to revolutionize tool manufacture throughout the world says a Binghamton n. A dispatch to the new York Sun. For years scientists and others have been endeavouring to discover a process for tempering Copper. Recently Elmer Mccroy a 17-year-old lad of Ballstead while at work near Binghamton made the discovery. Tiow it was Lone or what the process is will not be told until such Steps have been taken As will insure to Mccroy the benefits of his discovery. Friends of Mccroy say that the government has a standing offer of $0,000 for the Man who will furnish it with a successful formula for hardening Copper and Mccroy intends to win this prize. A Large dredge bal Dlug. At the Folsom shipyards Toronto is building the largest dredge in America a the government dredge j. Israel tarte. Site will be launched in August a my will be used on the lower St. Lawrence says a Montreal dispatch to the new York Tribune. The tarte is 100 feet Long and 42 feet beam and draws 12 feet 0 inches of water. She has a Well in the Center through which her suction pipe is handled. The pipe can be dropped 70 feet if necessary and is battled up into the Well when the dredge is moved. The dredge is equipped with triple expansion engines of 1,100 horsepower to operate the pipe and is capable of discharging 2,000 cubic Yards of Earth in an hour. The pipe is operated with a centrifugal pump 15 feet in diameter. The engines Are supplied with steam by four locomotive boilers 0 feet in diameter and 20 feet Long. A sew league. The National locomotor ataxia league has been organized with an office in new York. The object of the league is to promote research for a permanent cure for the disease says the new York medical journal. It is the intention of the league to offer a Reward of $10,000 for the discovery of a guaranteed cure. It is believed that there Are from 18.000 to 20,000 sufferers from locomotor ataxia la this country All of whom it is hoped will become members of the league and by contributions from them and others and with government Aid it is expected to secure the Money to build a sanitarium. A but still mall Muller. The shirt Waist letter Carrier is upon 08, but be still delivers the mall in wrappers says the it Omaha Bee. It a poor millionaire. Lately starved in i Tendon because he could not digest his food. Early us of or. King s no Lif pills would have saved him. They strengthen the Stom Ach. Aid digestion promote assimilation improve appetite Price 25c. Money Back if not satisfied. Sold by Paules amp co. Druggists. His nine. John Juderson at his fathers death was left with $100 or $200 in govern meat Bonds $100 or $200 in a Ash and ten shares of the pumpkin Vine mining company Stock then a quoted it 4 cents. At 25 John Anderson had saved by his own Earnest efforts enough Money to marry Ami Start a Home. He had a a on 12 months old for we �<1 great expectations in the fut i. One Rainy afternoon in november he was looking Over old papers when he came unexpectedly on his ten shares of the pumpkin Vine Gold Ruine Stock. What could be Lone with the mine arose Ever in John Andersons mind. He put it to his wife one evening after supper and Lay Back in his armchair Aud smiled. His wife was Young enough to be foolish and old enough to be Wise. The wife s advice was for him to apply to the Board of directors of the company to be made superintendent of the mine to leave her Aud her child and with a gang of sturdy Rock Breakers find out if there was any Gold there. But who was going to pay for Thia sort of thing where was the Money to pay John for going on All fours week in and out and the gang for food to make them brawn and for rum to keep up their spirits Ami for Oil for their headlights and for machinery tools Coal and what not the Wise wife had a secret which she now let out. But there was lying in the Bank drawing 2 per cent interest $12,000, which John could have for the proposed work to the pumpkin Vine. John did not know that his wife had had an Uncle who had been a sea Captain who had died and left Johns wife $12,000 from an estate. This great secret she had kept from John that she might recall it when an occasion happened important enough to unseal her lips. At the next meeting of the pumpkin Vine company John Anderson was appointed superintendent of the mine. One sunday afternoon the latter part of the following May be stood on the Side of a rugged Mountain on which Lay the pumpkin Vine mine in a sullen sleep. They were a Tough looking lot poker Jim a kind of Leader of the gang who had been recruited at a considerable expense was considered the Best Man of All to scent out Gold. His men stood about silently chewing tobacco. It was a gang sworn to be mum. Poker Jim allowed that he was the Man w to had said no one of them would get away whole should any break Faith. Certain prospecting had led to a Well Laid plan of assault and the next Day monday the opening work on the mine was begun. At the end of 30 Days John wrote Home that if there was any Good new it would have to come from the other end of the line. He wrote a letter to the president of the company and told him briefly that there was Little to say. When John had spent $5,000 of his wife a Money in the Hole he had his ten shares of pumpkin Vine Stock transferred to his wife a name which was certainly laughable. Then there came a storm of wind and fierce rain. The pumpkin Vine mine was flooded it took three weeks to pump out the mine and it took a big lot of Money to do it. It was then near the end of August. John telegraphed his wife that he was Down with rheumatism and then dictated a letter to the Home office telling them there that poker Jim had broken Bis right in three places but was not discouraged. John had $1,000 More to drop into the Hole. His wife had wired him $2,000 More the lust of the $12,000. Poker Jim was in an ill humor As his right always Hurt him now and John was irritable for the rheumatism had settled in his Knees Aud Ankles. Jim had called John Anderson a a drag Aud John had called Jim they had drawn off for a crack at each other when two a a wires arrived from the superintendent and a Telegram for poker Jim. One of the dispatches to Anderson was from the Home office telling him to shut Down and close up and come Home to Stop at once the whole miserable business the other was from hit wife saying the child was ill very 111, and that she was Down with grief and anxiety. And there was poker Jim standing like one stunned too then he gave an unearthly whoop Aud a shout and Tore around in a Circle like a madman. While Jim was doing his fling Nasty Jack a member of the gang rushed up so overcome with emotion that be stuttered stumbled Aud fell and cried out a Gold Quot poker Jim a dispatch was from London Aud informed him that his nearly forgotten father had died Aud left him a Fortune. Nasty jacks cry of Gold Meudt that the old pumpkin Vine mine had yielded again at last John wired to his wife to expect him by the first train. He wired to the Homo office that it w As no time to close up when the pumpkin Vine was putting Forth Leav Anderson Fui cd his wife and child doing Well. A few months later John had ten Altares of the pumpkin Vine Gold mine company which he had transferred to his wife framed and Hung up in the lib by. For he could afford to do so. A or Jim soon left for the old countr to shed a tear Over his fathers grave and claim his Fortune. Nasty Jack suddenly reformed and is now doing missionary work somewhere la Colorado. The Sultan at Home Tho if dear girl. A Tell me a said miss Skinny on the promenade a is my Era ankle showing Quot a yes a replied miss plump Elgh a but i worry. I done to think Auy one will notice Prew. A so Viii a a n 111 v. Gilbert White the naturalist was once a University Proctor and of ids performance of the a a Llis a this anecdote is told a on his rounds one evening White discovered an undergraduate lying on the ground sleeping the sleep of intoxication with his nuts a garments removed and neatly folded up at his six a. The Proctor awoke him and sent hint to his College with ail order to appear the next Day for judgment. The culprit turned up in a highly contrite Frame of mind. Hite said to him a you deserve an exemplary punishment but i observed one circumstance which shows you Are not w Holly degraded. Your were folded up by your Side. Mix Thig i ,.bits of care and neat i s a in h appear incompatible with habitual degradation. I shall therefore say not More. A a notice to wheelman. There s positively no need to endure discomfort by reason of chafing Sun Burn insect stings sore and perspiring feet or accidental bruises. Yon forget these trouble san using inc klan s Arnica Salve. Infallible for pimples blotches skin eruptions and piles sold by Paules amp co., druggists 25 cents something about the private life of turkeys ruler. Tears darkne8s like a child. A rement of Mahdal Hamid ii v. Be government Fla at Sntos to toll settled the american claim Are lighted a a soon a a the taht Fella. Now that the Long standing controversy with Turkey Over american indemnity claims has been settled satisfactorily to the state department at Washington by the payment of $95,000 to or. Lel Shmauz the United states minister at constantinople Tho following facts about the Sultan s private life taken from a Little work recently issued la Paris under the title of a Abdul Ham id ii a Are of timely interest. We have reasons for believing its statements to be authentic says the i Ondon Dally news. The Sultan of Turkey and his surroundings have become perforce a Little a a westernized on the surface. The ladies of the Palace make use of parisian dress materials. The commander of the faithful buys the latest invented guns for the armory of the Yildiz Kiosk. But beneath the skin there is no More of civilization As we understand it than Ever there was. The Royal income for example which is one of the largest in Europe is collected by Oriental methods and subject to Oriental pilfer lugs. A let them steal so Long As they serve me a is the Imperial motto and so Long As the minister or court or does not make himself so obtrusive by Rich As to invite the jealous scrutiny of the ruler he is free to make his profit from either Public or private purses. The personal life of Abdul Hamid however is one of the most striking illustrations of this phenomenon of a Light veneer of Western habit overlaying a score of things totally Oriental. A tyranny is the natural system of polity la the East Aud la Turkey it is not dissembled. But the personal existence of the tyrant is passed in doing Eastern things in a Western Way. Among the most important of the sultans labors is the hearing of the reports of his spies in All parts of Europe but newspaper cuttings Are the form of information with which he most likes them to furnish him. His staff of secretaries is Large enough for the most hard worked and devoted guardian of the state but they Are principally employed and incessantly too with the private concerns whims suspicious and fancies of their master. Tireless As his activity is add careful As he is of each moment of time very Little of his Energy is directed toward National affairs and Public business is nowhere More delayed and neglected than under this Busy ruler. Concerts plays Aud cinematograph entertainments Are favorite Means with the Sultan of dispelling the cares of a throne As they Are with most crowned Heads. The services of his own dramatic Aud operatic troupes Are often in request and buy company that May be visiting constantinople is usually commanded to favor him with a private performance. But it is characteristic of the Eastern notion of Royal dignity that All mention of these entertainments is strictly forbidden la the turkish press Aud it is rare that any one outside the family of the Sultan is invited to witness them. It is said that he habitually drinks some cordial before receiving ambassadors and visitors la order to give a temporary brilliance to his eyes and complexion for the a sick Many cannot Bear to be thought an invalid and has never yet allowed his severest attacks of illness to be publicly announced. He even goes so far As to doctor himself for most of his ailments. The pitiable state of his nerves makes the night a recurring terror to him. He fears darkness like a child and the whole of the apartments occupied by him with the surrounding gardens Are brilliantly lighted up from the moment the Light Falls. Silence too. Is terrible to film and he can Only sleep with the noise of his guard tramping before the Palace la his ears. From his sleep he will Start up to summon an interpreter for a dream or to go out and sweep the horizon with Strong glasses. Usually to is sent with difficulty to sleep by the Reading aloud of his brother or a favorite servant. Next to the reports of his spies the literature that appeals most strongly to his taste is that of the sensational novel and the More horror there is to stimulate a morbid taste the better is he pleased. It is characteristic of him that the Only sport la which he excels is Rifle and pistol practice. At this he could show the Way to most men. These Are a few of the details regarding the life of Abdul Hamid which we have gathered from the work of Ados sides Bey. He has no cause to love the Sultan whose persecution of the Young turks drove him from ills country but we believe his account to be faithful and we have selected Only such matter As seemed unlikely to be tinged by prejudice. Cal near go slow. Professor Starr states that the educated classes of Japan Are dying of brain fever due to too rapid advancement in culture. The chinese Are not suffering from any rapid assimilation of modern ideas says the Chicago Post hence they May be expected to die of old age. of prison. Frances new prison at fresnel some eight Miles from pails is the largest in the world. Cool $50 for a peach. Ornaments for Olympia. I biker Looe of an american Waco took fruit in France. A Well known insurance Man of now York recently had some amusing Exio Lences in Paris says the new York press. At the cafe hit7. Seeing a Fine Basket of fruit on the table he persuaded his wife to eat a peach while waiting for luncheon to by served. When the Bill was rendered there was a charge for a fruit 15 he protested. One peach for $3 was a Little More than he thought us american should stand. The manager was summoned. A you have destroyed the decoration of the table a he explained. A you should not have eaten the peach. You will see there is no fruit on the Bill of a Well when fruit in t to be eaten Why done to you put a Fence around it and hang out a sign i refuse to pay that charge. It is an in a very Short time our fellow countryman had broken a waiter s nose and kicked him into the Street for which display of valor a gendarme hauled him to the police station. When the american Consul was informed of the trouble he sent or. Bowen to look after the prisoner and 110 sooner had that gentleman heard the Story than he advised our Friend to close the cose at once by paying Bis Bill As charged and giving the waiter a handsome tip to soothe his injured feelings. Some diplomacy was required to induce the Garcon to withdraw his complaint but in the end everything was settled for about $50. The Deputy Consul general said privately As he and the victim of French persecution left the station a you got off Light. In Paris never strike a Frenchman. As for that peach you were absolutely wrong. Why did no to you Call for a messenger and Send the Basket to your hotel a a the Basket to my hotel Why Man at $3 a peach it would have Cost to $25 or $30.�?� a no no. You done to understand. When you took the Peu Cli you spoiled the decoration of the table therefore the Basket and its contents were your property for the $3.�?� a Why in Thunder did t the scoundrel say so a a it is hardly to their interest to educate inflate Niue. It is very Well known that the influenza is not an exclusively modern complaint but i am not sure whether a curious reference to it by Bower the Continua tor of for Dun s chronicle has been noted. Writing of the year 1420 he says that among those who died in Scotland that year were sir Henry St. Clair Earl of Orkney sir James Douglas of Dalkeith sir William de Aber Netty sir William de St. Clair sir William cock bum and Many others All by a that infirmity whereby not Only great men but innumerable Quantity of the commonalty perished which was vulgarly termed Lequiew a Quew a vulgar bus do a Tower Xiv 32. Now a la scottish texts usual represents the sound of a Kwh Quot properly aspirated therefore it i seems that in the fifteenth Century the 1 influenza was known As a the whew Quot just As it is known la the twentieth Century As a the 1 have refrained from quoting at length Bower a explanation of the cause of the epidemic but there seems Little doubt that the disease was identical with that with which we Are so grievously familiar. A notes and que re. Admiral Dewey a Flat help to carry 1111 Emblem a if it la Iila Victory. The historic Cruiser Olympia Admiral Dewey a flagship at the Battle of Manila Bay will be a much better ship when she goes into commission at the Navy Yard than she was on May 1, 1898, when the famous Battle was fought says a Boston dispatch to tie new York times. She will also be More attractive in appearance both in Side and outside. The other Day the Stem ornament de Sig cd to commemorate the ship s great Victory was attached to the Hull. The Stem piece was set up a few Days ago. Naval constructor William j. Baxter head of the department of construction and repair first conceived the idea of these ornaments and at once set about obtaining the consent of the Navy department to put them on. After this had been accomplished he had tie designs made following his own ideas. \ some of the Bronze used in easting the two pieces was taken from the Olympia and this gives added value to them. The Stem ornament is the More elaborate and is really a work of Art. A winged Victory holds High above her head an Eagle which she is about to launch in the ail. Victory swings lie against the sides of the ships prow. The Stern piece consists of a shield with a mass of scroll work on either Side. Naval officers who have seen the ornaments say they consider them the Best on any United states ship. A a a a hit a it. One 1 my claims have freed his soon Aby keeping the �.1 no Ved and Cut a f All sum mor never running them to form leaves. It a tided them. A. A flier said lie put a very lit tie gasoline on each Plant by the n a a of a Small Oil can. And every Plain which tue a a ii applied went tin Way of All the Earth. Tree in i. If the soil Ira g ast it moisture Cloudy w a a r is the most favourable for try p acting no a i Only he cause there is 1. A a a a of drying the roots of the to a pet also inca list there is less a a. A \ few a lays of Reiou h \ a a v. A a ill la the Trees. To Esta i. In tin it Ivy a almost without Check. Highway Alliance. Not Woitun i Sutlon who it a a object in it�.11 a improvement. The expressed objects Aud intentions of the Highway Alliance a new Good roads organization just incorporated in new York with its Headquarters id new York City should leave no doubt As to the usefulness both local and National. Of such an organization. Here Are some of the More important Obj cts for which the Alliance exists �?o1. Public agitation for Highway in prove tent. 2. Obtaining and publish Long information relating to highways 3. Proposal a it flaws and ordinances Foi Highway opening construction main Tennuce Aud traffic. 4. Opposing proposed Laws Aud ordinances tending to it. Diminish the usefulness Ltd of highways 5. I a gang the Public authorities to Ltd improve a tit highways and keep them in repair. 5. Assisting in the vindication of the Highway rights of the Public and also aiding any person whose right have been infringed while using the highways or As a consequence of such use when or the Board of directors of this corporation in their discretion consider that the usefulness of High ways will be the Highway Alliance will introduce a new feature so far As concerns it membership. In order that it shall uni be obligatory upon All who join the Al Liana a to a Lvi to it their support Finan Dally two grades of membership will by in Force persons belonging to of Grade to it be known As Active or con trim Ting members and those belong ing to the other As general or sympathetic members. Any one in the latter Grade May change his status whine vet lie likes upon payment of the dues of 0 contributing member for one year. Hour to it a move mildew. Mildew d in ii May be restored by soaping the spots while they Are still wet covering a hem with Fine powdered Chalk which should be Well rubbed in. Obstinate spots of mildew will yield to the following treatment la on a quart of boiling water Over two ounces of Chloride of Lime Strain this through cloth then add three quarts of cold water. Let the mildewed article stand in this Fogt ran entire Day. Then rinse thoroughly. A i not p order. The Man from tin country took his Green Necktie and his Best girl into the restaurant and. Ii it some 4her men lie was disposed to be facetious at the waiters expense. in said a i want you to bring a a. A a it Pilot a waiter perfectly a and waiter brio it on then 1 a Sto ii t a like a statue Fot a minute. said the Man a Are you not going to bring it a a Why <1 not you then Quot a order is. Sir. That v. It get pay in Advance for he i. Sir. Elephant on Toast sir. Is la. A a a. I. If you take it without Toast sir it is Only �1,500, the waiter did not smile but the girl did and the Man climbed tit bits. How to make Strawberry Crown file. A Crous tade of fresh strawberries makes a delicious Early Spring dessert. Bake a sponge cake in a thick Sheet and Cut it into squares of about 3mj inches or into rounds. Then Cut smaller squares or rounds from these leaving an opening of generous size in the Middle of each. Fill this with strawberries Sprinkle with powdered sugar Aud serve with a Coll of whipped Cream on the ton of each. Limni to the voice of i Perleney. Mrs. Newlyweds do you know Iny hush my never even thinks of so much a going for a scuttle a of Coal i bout first kissing me mrs. Oid girls in about two years my dear you May consider a a a Iuso of Lucky if be gets the Struy stories. Too >1 act for George. She pining for pleasant wonks Fhi. George. 1 cannot u rulers land it. Why Joy a a lavish this wealth a of Lote on me when there Are so Many m. It More la pitiful and More worthy i he in a mowed if 1 k it 1�?T a a a it bin a a woman heroism. Stories arc being told of the remarkable heroism of Pau Nanny a chinese woman who went through the siege of Tien Tsin. On one occasion when bullets were coming in at the window As the English woman on whom she was waiting was dressing she stood Ami shielded her mistress with her body saying a they will have to go through me first before they reach All pan Nanai a people except her sister a my her children were massacred during the siege. Wit Aud win do Iii of children. One very cold Day Tom in his first trousers was walking out with his tiny overcoat turned Back to its utmost limit. A Tom a said Bis father a Button your the boy demurred. A look at mine a added his father. A yes a said torn ruefully a Blit everybody knows that you Wear Mamma Why Susie you be offered your butterscotch to everybody but Little brother. Why did no to you hand it to him Susie with innocent Candor a because Mamma Little brother always takes it. A sunday school superintendent who happened to be a dry goods merchant and who was teaching a class of very Little tots asked when to had finished explaining the lesson a now has any one a question to ask a a very Small girl raised her hand. A what is it Martha a asked the superintendent. A Why or. Brooks Bow much Are those Little red parasols in your window a said Martha. Mary was a very conscientious child. One Day she was allowed to go and spend the Day with some Little cousins about her own age. After taking off her we raps she went to her aunt and said very soberly a now aunt Cassle if Saline Aud Lizzie Are bad today please done to hesitate to punish them because i my literature. Barometric Bee. Whoever observes these interesting insects finds it easy enough to foretell exactly the kind of weather to be expected. At least this is the opinion of Muny raisers of lines. Generally the Bee stays at borne when rain is in the air. When the 6ky is simply dark and Cloudy these Busy workers do not leave their dwelling All at once. A few go out first As though the jul a had sent out messengers to study the state of the atmosphere. The greater number remain on observation until the Clouds begin to dissipate and it is Only then that the battalions entire Rush out in search of their nectar. A Bee never goes out in a fog because it is Well aware that dampness and cold Are two fearsome redoubtable enemies. We do not mean however that the be is a meteorologist in the absolute sense of the word. Its cleverness consists in never being taken unawares for it possesses untiring vigilance. Often one May observe the mid Deu Entrance of bees into the hive when a dense Cloud hides the Sun and even though the rain is not in evidence. A St. Louis Globe Democrat. 8b11 111 i it Dazzles the world. No discovery in Medicine has Ever created a me Quarter Ltd of the excitement that Inis let Een caused by or. King s new discovery for consumption. Its severest tests have been 011 hopeless victims of consumption pneumonia. Haemorrhage. Pleurisy and bronchitis thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health. Fogt a coughs. Golds asthma. Croup. Hay fever. Hoarseness and whooping cough it is the quickest surest cure in the world. It is sold by Paules amp co. Who guarantee satisfaction or refund Money. Large bottles 50c. Ami $1.00. Trial bottles free Iii i Lii Rel a iiii1om��Iii> it Elf a it. With Dutiful Trust in god dig in the spurs and la a life like a wild horse take you flying Over hedge and ditch resolved to break your neck Andy to fearless inasmuch As you must Sony a time part from All that is dear to you 011 Earth though not forever. If grief is near Well. It him come 011. But until he arrives do not merely look Bright and blessed but be it. Too Ami when sorrow comes you Bear it with a dignity a that is to say. With submission and Hope. Love letters of Prince Bismarck. Troubles of a minister. To Benefit others Rev. J. T. W. \ or non of Hartwell 4a. Writes Quot for a Long time i had a running sore 011 my leg. 1 tried Many remedies without Benefit until i used a Mittle of electric bitters and a Box of Bucklen s Arnica Salve which cured me sound and sores. Eruptions boils eczema. Tetter Salt Rheum show impure blood. Thou Sands have found in electric bitters a grand blood purifier that absolutely cured these troubles. Satisfaction is guaranteed or Inouye refunded by Paules amp co. Druggists. Large bottles Only 50c. Seven developed Gold mines. 4��T��T��T��?� 4 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 60 acres of Gold Ore. The Arena Gold mining amp milling company cripple Creek Colorado. This property is estimated to he now Worth More than $10,000 per acre and will be Worth Over one Hundred thousand dollars per acre with proper development a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a to a capital Stock $1,000,000. into shares each full 1�?Taiil Ami the Arena company offers 50,000 shares at 50 cents each in a property that is wort i Over $ �00,000. I or Ilia purpose of raising Money to Pur Eliase Llu new Essary mar Linery to make his mini s produce daily fully thru a i Iio usand Hollars in hold thus enriching every Iii dual shareholder according to the shares he holds. You can buy any number of shares you wish Jii id make More Money than Ean Lee made in any other line a if investment. The Coldore is in these Marti developed Init a. There Are thu few i of Ore in a Neill and these veins Are True Mother veins held within Walls of there by nature. I tie has already de a la a Perl this property to demonstrate that it is on of the largest Gold properties of the Ripple reek in strip. T which is the Gre lest Gold producing Emilip on Earth its a output last year a Gregat ing r24.wtu, Marly Don hie the a mount produced in the w Hole state of All Lorn in. I 50 events per share t he company is giving you a discount of id rents per share to Start with making 2ti�� its on t lie Dollar. Sal read it haled this is done for the purpose of rats Long v t a Puri has in Proem a Imi Rumery air a a it a lessor drills Ami a a Rie pin lit. So a move two Large hoisting engines on this properly a commodious Shaft House a Llie buildings hoarding House he i the men. Stables powder House a Large a Piant in it of tools Etc. The reports on tins mines. Made Lay one of the Best mining engineers in the stale succinctly describe thu so improvements. Names a minks. Aztec 2ld feet in depth with Shaft House Hoiler Aud engine for hoisting Well timbered All to a was Down. his in a my Tel deep hoist ii g a Ngim and boiler Large Iron Sha it House. M i x in i and 51a n 11 at i a no it old of Rimi h a i. A on a in As i lie Aziz a mine. A n Sta i., .1 a s i a in and a it 11 b a i i Sti in. On the am. A in As i he Roii Hohler and a lamed in a a i h to a Over it i feet and a Levy to pints a i re Sidy mail six u Over 4.n4� feel �1 or. Ify ii want in a make Money Oul of nature become a producer of Gold out of her treasure vaults. The Arena group a Al mines w ill do in Lor you. We a Jin furnish the lust often cram is la Ank and mining engineers and our title m the prop it v is per few t. Coining it it a a a a s through a Patent from the a it Ermont. With More in pros a Al inae Hinex. Fri pm s to no to a i per a by u ill a conservative est innate of i in out put of these mines. Cine Meier that Only Quot Limido shares of this Slock arc for Sale at cents on the Dollar. A a re his a it Rili. A Nili. Re by shares desired accompanied by i Salt mom it a Inicis express or Cash in id Gist re Al letters. A an la sent to the Arena Gold mining amp milling company 501 equitable building Denver Colorado. Planing Mill Hoover Brothers manufacturers of doors Sash shutters verandas brackets frames and turned work of All kinds. Also shingles roofing slate planed and rough lumber. Want to do Ali kinds of Pritim j a Well Xvi tasty Bill i Ler head put ticket Cire program sit it meat or card 1 an advertisement for your Busin a satisfaction to von. Wow Best paper \11 you can ask. A trial will make you our customer. We respectfully ask that trial. Riverside North a county. His a no. 11 l. Mahi ninja s. A . X"1 it for Beauty style and finish our hats Are unsurpassed. The Low prices on our trimmed goods will make them move out in Short time. We Are offering trimmed hats at prices which Ean not he duplicated. See the shirt Waist hat the latest style out. Bis in i2�o Mill Street

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