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CAN NOT BE RUBBED AWAY
It is perfectly natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when the musclM,
■ent», joints ami
ar« throbbing and twitching
twiUhinr with ths
tho pains of
Rheumatism the sufferer is apt to turn V> tho liniment liottle, or some other
external application, in an effort to get relief frot.t the disease, by producing
counter-irritation on the flesh. Audi treatment will quiet the pain tempo
rarily, but can have no direct curative effect on the real disease because it
does not reach the blood, where tho cause is bu sted.
Rhcumuliatn is more
than akin deep—It is t Mitad ami groumhd iu the Llcxet and ran < n1,' »be
reached by constitutional treatment—IT CANNOT BF. RUBBI'D AWAY.
Rheumatism is duo to an excess of uric acid in tho bbxxl, brought about by
the accumulation in tho system of refuse matter which the natural aveuucs
of budily waste, the Dowels and Kidneys, have failed to carry off. Thia
refuse matter, coming in contact with the different acids of the body, forma
uric acid which is alMorbed iuto the blood and distributed t > all parta of tho
body, ami Rheumatism reto poasc»»i<>n of the system. The aches and pains
are only symptoms, ami though they muy Le scattered or relieved for a time
by aui'ucc treatment, they will tcappeur at the first exposure to cold or
danijinena, or after an attack of indigestion < r other irregularity. Rheuma
tism can never be pctrnuucntly cured while the circulation remains saturated
with irritating, ]>ain-pruducing uric acid poison. Tho disease will shift
Itoin muscle to muscle or joint to joint, nettling on the nerves, causing
intlaiunulion nú-i swelling and such terrible pains that the nervous system
la often shattered, the health Undermined, ami perhaps the patient becomes
defonnc.l uii.l < lipph .H..r Lie.
t! ■ ughly claaaSM Uu I!.... I sn 1
renovates the circulation by neutralising the acids and expcilln'» alt foreign
matter liurn Ucsystem. It wiuiuh aud invigorates the tlixxl go that instead
of u weak, Sour stream, constantly deposit
ing acrid and corrosive matter in the mus
cles, nerves, joints ami Ixmca.thclxxly is fed
and nourished l>y rich, health-sustaining
blood which completely and permanently
cures Rheumatism. A. A. A. is composed
PURELY VEGETABLE of both purifying and tonic propertiea—•
just what is needed in every cane of Rheu
matism, It contains no potash, alkali or other mineral ingredient, but is
made entirely i f purifying, healing extracts and juices of routs, herbs and
barks. If you are Buffering from Rheumutism do nut waste valuable time
Dying to rub a blood disease away, but begin the use of 8. A. A. and write
us about your case and our physicians will give you any information or
advKS decácd frea of charge ami will send our «¡>ccial t realise on Rheumatism.
JW£ SWIFT SPCCiriC CO., A7LAMTA, G4.,
American» and Ainerhin capital ar*
At Culrisw Abbey In Fife, Arotland. a
toiubatou. haa be.« found which la bo- fuma Into Ceylon to aaal.t In th* devrl
lleve.) to <1.1. from lb. fourth century of «paient of th. tea growing Industry ibi»
y.«r aa neier before.
lb. (’brief Ian .rs.
Cewree « leert, Sterbe« Out.
Kir Ibnry Hamii*l, who wm a Union.
Inquisitiva Acquaintance Have >OU 1.1 candutat. for I'arliau.ent, I. th. au
••( thia bull: “The leg..lati., gar
ever thought what you would do If your
S»e lug abould collai»* while you aro den of lb. Liberala la an arid mama"
bait a mile or more up In the air?
Iterlug Aeronaut Often
Biggs—The lM>*oii» ar. very exclu
start at <mre fur terra firms by the short
abe. I under «ta ml.
set possible route.
Diggs- Yea. Indeed. Why. they even
Osatura languag» etill eilat» In t»rta have wire screens on their doors and
of Aualralaaia. Hutn« tribe« p<»u-u au windows so their flies esu't get out
eirellent a code tbat it la aloiuM a> snd sssoclgte «Itti the tiles of their
•flh'lsut as a »i-ok<-n language
For a vloilti by l'«trua Guarnerius.
dsted UUKi, <3tK> «rae glveo at a rmwnt
•ale In l^indou «hila ou» by Nlcbola»
Lupul fstibed 1210.
Opl.lu. l enSrm««.
"Kxploslou of a cargo of soap." read
Timi Thoms* »Ixi had picked up a
"Thera!" •xclalnied hla tra sell ng
companion, "I always told you that
stuff was dangerous."—Philadelphia
The Court- Bls years at bard labor.
You'll get a ch» ne» to lesra a trade,
Burglar -Judge, couldn't I be per*
milted to learn It by—er— eorraapuud-
•nca course? - Puck.
Her Ulvwa* Ag*.
Bacon—The average age of persons
ar root rd In New York City la 2"-"v
years aud on« out of Ova la s woman.
Egbert— I auppoao the age liable to
bo «Iren by tb« woman brings H m > aver
age away down.—Yuukers Statesman.
Rwl.ty leader Wbal! Is there a re
port out that I am r>ln< to marry Col.
Gaioop? Why. I don't even know him!
Matronly Frlmd That provea noth
ing, my dear. I have been married to
I>r Permarutin for thirty seven year»,
and I don't know him even rat.
Prof. M<-Gooals (suddenly checking
himself I Pardon me. Mies Genevieve,
for talking so lung. When I get started
on niy bobby 1 never know when to stop.
I ought not to bav« assumed, an) how,
that you are Interested In antique«.
Mlsa de Muir—!nd-ed 1 am. professor.
I could listen to you for hours.
The history of luauy a race may be
read In Its buttle cry. The "Banani!"
iif the Japanese, tire “Fagtiagliballab !"
of Hie Irish, and our own "Hurrah!"
have found their origin far back iu
Although many autlmrltlos have tie
cluixl tluit the «opt “hurrah" Is a de-
Velopuient of the Jew lab "liosatiunb."
the consensus of opinion now Is that It
la a corruption of Hie ancient battle
cry of Hie wild Norsemen, "Tur ale!"
uwaulng. 'Tlw>r eld us!" Formerly lite
word wan sjiellol lluxxa” and pro-
nounced "Hurray.” In une form or
a not tier It is ums I by sluwst every
Mias Agnes Slack, secretary of the
International W. C. T. U„ told ou tin*
Mirlon, aa ahe was about to sail ¡or
Llrvrt«x>l. a trui)iernti<,e story:
“A little boy. one evening at dinner
taxed at bla father's face a long while,
ai.d then said:
"'Papa, what makes your now so
" Th« east wind of course,' th» fath
er anawen-d with gruff haste. Tas» that
jug o* tieer. and don't talk no much.'
"Then, from Hie other end of the ta-
h'o tbr boy's mother said sweetly:
”'Yrs. Tommy. |ina» your father the
mat wind, and tie careful not to spill
any on the table cloth.'"
A else« Uarm.
"The word Is ‘q-u-s r-t a. quart«.' ”
said the teacher. "Now, can you use It
lu a sentence, Maggie?”
"Why,' replied H»e little girl, "It's
like this here: 'When a gent loves a
lady be quarts her.' ”—l'blladelpbla
The honeymoon was only a memory.
“On our wedding day,” ste said. "I
wgs under the Impression that you bad
Wetli., Out from l1uS*r.
OII im I my heart with sunshine.”
From the depths of her Inner <-onacloue-
"Well 7” he queried.
new Mrs. Shelley had evolved a hideous
"But I flud." she continued, ‘that It mounter In the shape of a human being,
was only moonshine."—Chicago News. but deotltut« of all the mural attributes
rieaauat tur t larvae«.
"Htlll,” ahe reflected, “no fair minded
The sharp, penetrating voice of th. liereon can accuae nie of being a nature
youug woman's mother mug out on ths faker. I am not charging nature with
still night air.
having any hand lu tho production of
"Marie, coma In the hoifke Ibis minutai this luonatriMity."
Haven't I told you------ "
In elaborating the story, however, she
"Mamma." Interrupted an equally cleverly dodged all responsibility by put
sharp voles, api>earlng to come from ting the entire blame on a helpless and
some«h*m on the front porch, “this Isn't unsuspecting student of the nau.e of
Jack ! Thia is Clareuce !"
pcraonal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono
to dcrclve you in till«. Counterfoils, Imlintiona mul
“ JiiHt«ns-|rood ” *ro but Experiments, and endanger tlia
health of Children—Experience ngiiinat Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Ol!, Haro.
Roric, Drops and Hoothinir Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnreotio
siibstimce. Its ago is its guarantee. II. destroys Worms
and allay* Feverishness. It cures Dlurrhtra and Wind
Colle. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assluiilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach und Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Pauacea’-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
VH« OIMYAUR OOMF4RT. VV MURRAY OVBffffY, NSW VOBR CITY.
l| OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
Per r Cant Oscrsaaa
Halem- Kfftlmatea from the most
Hillsboro- The hup crop of Wash-
Ingtoli county this season blds fair to conservative dealers of this district,
be *0 per cent less than Inst year's who have made u tour of the bop-
This shortage Is dug to
luck of cultivation owing to bad growlug territory and observed yard
.wnulber at u time when yards should conditions closely, place the state
Um vs had cure; to lice and lack of crop for 1*07 st not to exceed 140,-
spraying; to the low prices prevail 000 bales, aa compared to approxi
ing, und to the fact that there la
Mime blight In many yards that last mately 150.000 for the sea »on of
1*08, and this estimate may be re
season were free from fault.
List year's Washington county duced fully one-third more by rea
produet went about 8,000 bales, aud eon of failure to secure picking
It la estimated that this season th« money.
output will be slightly over 8,000,
The crop seems to be coming on
bales. In many districts the lice very unevenly, and all yards. i;< n-
have been prolific and, ns spraying «rally speaking, are more or less
Is expensive, many yards were not spotted, while the number ot nilaslng
given suy spraying whatever. Ho bills In most yards Is remarkable.
far us can bo learned the quality of Many fields are well advanced and
hops la up to the standard, thia th* burrs are fully developed These
county generally leading the state In give promise of un abundant yield,
j with corresponding high quality,
while ou the other band, In th* ma
Hop Outlook Good
jority of yards, the vines are still In
Wimdburn There will be a larger blossom, with a very small percent
hop yield In this section this seamin age of burrs well set.
than In uny previous yeur aud the
quality will be mostly choice. The
New Butldiega for Corvalbs.
lice have practically disappeared and
all but a few old yards that hnve
___ _w of
Halem At a special _ meeting
been given no attention are making th« state Board of Education, the
a fin« showing.
Home of the old contract for the building of the new
yard» are looking better than for, Mechanlca' Hall in connection with
the punt five years. The new yards the Agiffealtural College at Corvallis
show up well und will make an ex-1 j wus awarded to A. F. Peterson, of
cellvnt record thia yeur. A purty who Portland, for »37,363, and for the
hue made a thorough Inspection of ; steam-beating plant for (be same
the yurda of this vicinity was In the building to Gardner, Kendnll 4 Co.,
city yesterday and reports the out ‘of Portland, for (3,525. These were
look very bright, corroborating the .the lowest blds offered. Each suc
opinion of others a* to large yield cessful bidder must furnish a bond
und good quality.
in th« sum of 56 per c-nt of the
amount ot the respective contracts
the buiidlng must be completed
Horsethieves Are Caught.
and ready for occupancy on or be-
Pendleton Roy Connell and Jim fore February 1 of next year.
Price, two members of the gang of
horsethieves which has been terror
Land Sales Drop.
ising the southern end of the county
Halem—The total amount of col
for several months, are now lodged lections for the sale of school, lide
In the county Jail. Tho former wan and swamp land. Interest on certifi
picked up In this city a few days ' cates. etc.. In the State I.and De
ago by Sheriff Taylor and tho latter partment for the month of July, aa
wus brought front Baker City this shown by the statement Issued I
The offi- Clerk G. G. Brown, of the State 1-and
morning by that officer,
cere are also In possession of strong Board, was *47,788.87, which Is a
M ugulnst a third rustler, who considerable falling off from the
han apparently made bls temporary volume of business conducted last
month, when the receipts reached a
total of over *100,800. Thia latter,
however, was due to the transactions
Fund for Maintenance Only.
Ralein — Attorney-General Craw- Incident to the cancellation and re
ford has glveti an opinion to the purchasing of certificates resulting
Htnte Board of Normal School Re from the land fraud Investigations.
gents that the appropriation tor nor-
Activity on New Railroad.
mala could only be expeuded for
maintenance and repairs, and no part
Corvallis—Grading on the Corval
of tho money could be utilised for
the construction of new buildings. lis 4 Alsea River Railroad Is to be
Tbit Is for the especial benefit of gin In I. tew days at Corvallis, and It
President Mulkey, ot the Ashland Is stated that there will be work for
normal, who urged the Immediate all the men and teams that may ap
nwit of some new buildings to ac ply. A doxen cars of steel rails have
commodate the growth and demands already arrived, and several cars are
The statement is
ot that Institution.
beard that IS miles of rails are en
route and due here as fast as the
Railroad Laborers Scarce.
West Side can transport them. The
Huntington Work on the North line follows closely the right of way
west Railroad ts progressing slowly of the Southern Pacific to a distance
owing to the scarcity of men. who of five or six miles southward from
prefer to work In the harvest fields, Corvallis,
greatly to the Inconvenience of the
railroad contractors. Work will be
Lane County Keeps Up
gin next week of laying rails and
Eugene—The hop yield In Lane
putting In culverts of Iron pipes In
the large gulches leading from the county this year will approximate
mountain sides. Thia means a great the crop of last season. If It Is all
The prospective low
saving of time and money to the con harvested
tractors. who now have to haul their prices for hops and present high
prices for labor may Influence a few
supplies <0 and 50 miles by wagon.
to neglect the harvest, and there
bare, been three good but small
Wind Shakes Prune Trees-
yards dug up this year, but the quan
Albany The strange wind storm tity of hops will not be materially
which swept this part of the state changed. The long, dry, cool weather
last night played the strange freak haa been ideal for hopgrowing, and
of relieving prune-growers of the the quality at this time Is above the
necessity of shaking their trees to average.
thtti out the yield. Many bushels of
prunes were shaken off the trees by
Mors Excuse for lecraaa«.
the wind and tho growers are thus
Pendleton Will Moore, manager
«\. <1 considerable labor and ex- for the Pacific Coast Elevator Com
penne aa many were plannlng to pany, says, regarding the advance
Per- In warehouse charges: ''The ware
shake their trees this week,
haps a few more prunes were shaken house charges, even with the 50 per
down than the growers would have cent advance, will still be so moder
ate as to afford the grain brokers
Clackamas Furm Brings *18,000.
but little hope of getting In the same
Oregon City—Robert J. Brown, financial class with the farmers. Ac
to the statement of Mr
one of the potato kings of New Era.
has eold his 270-acre farm 1H mlles Moore, the advance In the charges
east of New Era. to G. E. Pottratx, «III mean just three-fourths of ‘ a
of Marlon county, for *16.000, or cent a bushel to the farmers.
nearly *60 per acre, and the pur-
chnser has taken Immediate poeaee-
Mr. Brown will remain In
Clackamas county and purr has« a
Wheat—Club, 80c; blueatem, 83c;
valley, 80c; red, 78c.
Oats— No. 1 white, *25;
Trains to Wallowa Roon.
Elgin—It is conservatively estl-
Harley—Feed, *21.50022 per ton;
mated by engineers who have been brewing, nominal;
over the grade that trains will be
running from Elgin to Wallowa over
Corn—Whole, *28; cracked, *2* per
the Wallowa extension of the O. R.
4 N. In 60 days. The grade Is prac ton.
Hay—Valley timothy. No. 1, *17R
tically completed and the work of
laying the track Is being rushed with 18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy,
»21(428; clover, »9; cheat, *9010;
all possible speed.
grain hay, »9010; alfalfa, *13(314.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 27 S <330c
Oregon City Haa 8nakea.
Oregon City - KaUlesnakes have per pound.
Poultry—Average old hens, 12iq0
ai-penred In this city. City Engineer
W. A. White killed a sirfhll ono on 13c per pound; mist'd chickens, 12iqc;
Madison street at the foot ot Falls spring chickens, I5(4l6c; old roosters,
View. The snake was a young one. 8R9c; dressed chickens, 16017c; tur
about two feet In length, and litui keys, live, 12015c; turkeys, dressed,
two rattles. A large snake was seen choice, nominal; geeae, live, 8011c;
thin week on the rocks on Jeffers n dneka, 8014c.
street near the residence of Ernest
Egga— French ranch, candled. 220
23c per doxen.
Fruita—Cherries. 8012l»ca pound;
Picking Begins September I.
apples, *1.8002.25 per box; Spitsen-
good bergs, *3.50 per box; cantaloupes.
weather continues, the hop crop here
will be fully aa large as last year, *2.5003.50 per crate; peaches. 6Oc0
and the qnallty equally as good. The *1 25 per crate; raspberries, *1.250
hope are burring out fine, the hot 1.50 per crate;
weather having killed the lice. The per pound; loganberries, *1 per crate;
crop will probably be five or ten days apricots, *1.5002 per crate.
earlier than last year. Picking will
Vegetables—Turnips, *1.75 per sack;
begin generally September 1.
carrots, »2 per sack; beets, *2 per
sack; asparagus, 10c per ponnd; beans,
Bidè for New Mail Routa.
305c per ponnd; cabbage, 2**c per
Tlaker City*—Post master I-achner pound; celery, »1.25 per dosen; com,
haa recelved orders from Washing 25035c per doxen; cucumber». 5Oc0*l
ton Inatriictlng hlm to advertlse for per b^x; lettuce, head, 25c per doxen;
blds for a stage lina to operate from onions, 15020c per doaen; peas, 40!te
Hnker City to Unlty and Hereford.
on Burnì Rlver, a distane« of about per pound; radishes, 20c per doaen;
tomatoes, *101.25 per crate.
Potatoes—New, 1 v»02c per pound.
Heavy Hay and Grain Yields.
Veal—Dressed, 5^08per pound.
Reef—Dressed bulls, 3% R4c per
Sugar Company has begun harvest pound; cows, «06 ^c; oonntry steers,
ing the hay and grain on Its differ «H07e.
ent farms. They have 225 men and
Mutton—Dressed, fancy, 809c per
75 teams at work. Th« crop yields ponnd; ordinary, 507c; spring lambs,
9091*e per peund.
Pork—Dressed, 608per pound.
McArthur la Reappointed
Hope—607)80 per peund, aooording
Olympia—Announcement ts made
nt the executive office of the reap to qnality.
Wool—Eastern Oregon, average beet.
pointment of J. W. McArthur, of
Spokane, as a mem hop of the Htato 16023c per ponnd, according to shrink
Hoard of Tharmacy, to take effect age; valley, 20023c, according to fine
ness; mbhair choice, 29030c a pound
n« T««a» a Meat,
As It Is undoubtedly true tbat one
man's meat may be souther man's poi
son, so It happens sometimes that wbal
•earn» like work to one person Is re-
garded as recreation by another.
"Had a fwxl lecture on Alaaky, didn't
we. Eb?"asked ooe of Mr. Dodd's neigh
bors. meeting lilm the day after the
lecture. "To alt there ;>eaceful as pie
tor two hours hearing him reel off the
Information and seeing those pictures
cast on the screen, was a grand rest
for me, beut out with cranberrylug as
"It was a good enough talk." admit
ted Mr. IXxld, In a grudging tone, “but
It didn't rent me any to speak of. Be
tween having to set stock still without
a chan«« to get In a word for two mor
tal hours and crane my neck looking at
those views, I was pretty well wore
» lien 1 got home.
"But I took the lantern out Into the
woodshed, and by the time I'd split uj
a week's kindlings I felt kind o’ rested
aa' calmed down.”
The capacity of dogs to distinguish
mush's! tones lias been made the sub
ject of elaborate experiments by Dr.
Otto Kallacber. of Berlin, and the re
sults bare just been published In the
proceedings of the Berlin Academy of
Science* Dr. Kallscber trained bla
dogs to pick up and eat morsels of
meat set before them only when a cer
tain note was sounded.
riTO Be V txX1 naace ana an Karroo» nia-a-«
rllS omnaoaour cored by l>r. Kl.ix'a Urea«
Klrr. £«<om. Heed Ibr >
Hina MXUe aod
uoatUa. Or. B. H. Kila., UU »U arc» M.. rxila..»-*
"Yas* de beauty an’ chivalry ob
Smoketown mingled in the ballroom.''
"Mingled, yo' say?”
"Mingled till 'bout 'leren o'clock.
Den dey mixed."—Houston (Texas)
The London milkman covers hi» route
on foot, pushing a band cart with three
wheel«, which cam*» hi« cans uf milk
and bi» different mexaurea.
Clover at Tbat.
"Wbo Is that seedy broking min over
"That's Burrougb* He's a real mao
ter at constructing short storls*"
"Oh, an author, eb?"
"No. I mean be can think up any
number of ways of telling you he's
Mothers will And Mrs Wintlow*» Soothlna
tyrup th* beat remedv to u»e lor ih»ir chUdrsa
luring ibo tMthlng period.
O b * Exception.
Mr* Wlckler— Dear me! bow all the
cecesatries of life have gone up.
Wlckler—No; they haven't all gone
Qraat Moro poly le No Better Than
Counlertaiters er Robbers.
Chicago. Aug 5.—Judge Kenesaw
X. Ixindls Saturday in the United'
States District Court fined the Stand
ard UH Company, of Indiana *2*,-
2 ID.OUU for violations of the law
against accepting rebates from rail
roads. Ibo fine Is the largest ever
asaeeaed against any Individual or,
say corporation In the history off
will La carried to the higher courts
by the defendant company.
The penalty Imposed on the com
pany la the maximum permitted un
der the law and It was announced at
the end of a long opinion. In which
the methods and practices ot the
Standard Oil Company were mercl-
lesaly scored. The Judge, in fact, de
clared In bls opinion tbat the offi
cials of the Standard Oil Company
who were responsible for the prac
tices of which the corporation was
found guilty, were so better than
counterfeiters and thieves, hla exact
“We may as well look at this sit
uation squarely. The men who thus
deliberately violated this law wound
society more deeply than does he
who counterfelta the coin or steals
letters from the mall. The nominal
defendant Is the Standard Oil Com
pany ot Indiana, a milllon-dollar cor
poration. The Standard Oil Company
of New Jersey, whose capital is
*100.000,000, is the real defendant.
This is for the reason that, if a body
of men organise a large corporation
under the laws of one state for the
purpose of carrying on business
throughout the United State« and for
the accomplishment of that purpose
absorb the stock of other corpora
tions, such corporations so absorbed
have thenceforth but a nominal
existence. They cannot initiate or
execute any inherent business policy,
their elimination in this respect be
ing a prime consideration for their
absorption. So, when after this pro
cess has taken place, a crime la com
mitted in the name of such smaller
corporation, the law will not consid
er that the latter corporation la the
And where the only
possible motive of the crime Is the
enhancement ot dividends and the
only punishment authorised is a fine,
great caution must be exercised lest
the fixing of a small amount encour
age the defendant to further viola
tions by esteeming the penalty to be
in the nature of a license.
"Th? defendant argues that to
hold It for 1,462 offenses would be a
violation of the constitutional pro
hibition against the Imposition of
excessive fines ,an<l It is urged that
congress could never have intended
to confer upon the court such power
It Is the view of the court that for
the law to take from one of Its cor
porate creatures as a penalty for the
commission of a dividend-producing
crime less than one-third of its net
revenues accrued during the period
of violation falls far short of the im
position of an excessive fine, and
surely to do this would not be the
exercise of as much real power as is
employed when a sentence is im
posed taking from a human being
one day of his liberty.
"It is the judgment and sentence
ot the court that the defendant, the
Standard Oil Company, pay a fine ot
Under the seven indictments stll!
pending against the Standard Oil
Company, an additional fine amount
ing to *88,440,000 may be levied
against the company.
The toa.1 seems lighter—Wagon
end team wear longer—You make
more money, and have more time
ar make money, when wheels are
Mica Axle Grease
—The longest wearing and moat
satisfactory lubricant in the world.
STANDARD OIL CO. «^
"I hear old Grandpa Jinx has passed
"Ye* and the family mlsa him very
"I should think they would be glad
for him, be bad the palsy terribly.”
“Yes. but they rued to fasten him to
the chum and he'd bring the butter In
no time."—Fort Worth Record.
All Taanl«* Vs.
Tb» boy temporarily la charge of tbs
"morgue" in the office of th« Daily Thun
derbolt was not «ure whether he had
found ths portrait the night editor want
ed or not. as there was no name on it.
In despair be called up that function
ary through the telephone.
"Say.” be exclaimed, "I wish you
would send somebody down here that
can tell me whether this 1« a cut of Sena
tor Knox, Boes Croker or Harry Or
chard. end be blamed quick about it !”—
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How to Maks Publ’e Pay.
How the Standard Oil Company
______ OP LOOS
can exact payment from the public:
Fine Imposed by Judge Landis, *29.-
240,000; attorneys' fees (estimated)
*260,000; total fine and costa *31,-
PAINLESS 0E NT I ST RY
grade) kerosene per gallon. 12
cents. Proposed price, same, 13
BMNG YOUI TOOTH TROUBLES JO US
cents. Gallons refined kerosene to
Before Go**« Etoewtoere.
one barrel crude petroleum. 15.
DR. B. E« WRIGHT.
Number gallons to be sold at In 342S We»l*<toe St.
crease of 1 cent per gallon over pres
ent quotations to reimburse Standard
crude petroleum, 210,000,000.
crease in dollars. *31.500.000. Cap
ital stock Standard Oil Company of
New Jersey. J100.000,000. Capital
stock Standard Oil Company of In
diana. *1.000,000. Wealth of John
D. Rockefeller in excess of *1.000,-
000.000. (Exact figures not known
to himself.) Rockefeller's Interest in
Standard Oil (27 2-5 per cent total
capitalisation). »27.400.000 Figures
A Girl.' School ol the highest elaas. CoUegi-
based on one barrel crude petroleum
producing 35 per cent kerosene and •te department. Music. Art. Elocution. Gy»
lubricating naaiuat. Fall term opens September 1* ■
MNP TO« CATALOGUE
Mr* Wlckler—Well, I should like-
you to mention one thing that hasn't
Wlckler—Certainly. My salary.—Il
Hater from an artesian well at Ostend
which has been wasted for fifty year» has
now been discovered to possess medicinal
qualities similar to the waters of Vichy.
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Flogged it Public View
Haxekun, Pa., Aug.
■fla ■*JK P*3»» ,.iJ»'lJln-'S '■>« '»U|AOJd Samobolia. accused of wife-beating,
-m| s»|oa s.jeiqSnsp Xiu pug nog o«j„
was publicly flogged by Aiderman
'»ie»"IH ■■»»|W»«J »«M
McKelvey, before whom he had been
brought for a hearing.
Shake Into Year Sbees
Allen'« Foot k«.» A powder. It make« tight testimony had been given. Aiderman
or new shoe« feel ewar It is a certain cure lot McKelvey soiled the man by the col
tweeitng. callous and hot. tired, aching feet, lar. uragged him into the street,
(old by all Pruggial«. Price 25e. Tr’alpock-
ago mailed FRLPK. Addnua Allen 8. Olsuted, pulled the coat from his back and
Laltoy. b'ew York.
then handcuffed him to a post. The
cro«d divined his intention, and »
man took _off his belt and gave It to
"So you are oue of the men wbo McKelvey.' The aiderman Is young
went west to grow up with the coun and strong, and the flogging was vig
"No," answered the prosperous and
serene cltlxen. “I atn one of the men
8ultan'a Army Varqu'ahed.
«bo went west to show the country
Tangier. Aug. 5.—Reports from
bow to grow up properly,"—Washing Tetuan say that mountain tribesmen
last night attacked and vanquished
the government forces under General
He Ha* Mawaffb-
Bagdad!, the chief of the Sultan's
“Here's a note," said the postal clerk, army, who ts conducting the opera
“from a ma* romplalning that bls mall tions against the bandit RaisulL Sev
Isn't delivered regularly.”
eral Caids are among the killed.
"Wbat's his name?" asked the bclef. General Bagdad! had his leg broken.
There is no truth in the report that
"Huh! With that name you'd think a ba»!: at Casa Blanca had been pil
be had all the letters be needed."— laged. and the story that the ser
vants of the British consular agent
at Elksar had been murdered is dis
Helps the Wagon up
MU Li««la *11«.
Mr. Corson, owner of tbs sawmill,
bad his eye on every stick of tlmper la
the county, end tbs owner of every poor
little clump and grove bad his eye on
Mr. Corson and the rising prices of
George Wales cut his thin squad of
pine* trimmed the log* and piled them
In bls front lot by the road. Then be
waited for the time when be should ac
cidentally be visible on the place and
Mr. Corson should drive by.
The encounter took place in doe tlm*
Mr. Corson rattled past In bls wagon,
tock a sidelong look at the pile of logs,
arid called. "Say. George, don't you
know It ain't polite to throw your
toothpicks round the front yard?"
Virginia Roads Giva It Up.
Richmond. Va.. Aug. 5.—Shortly
before midnight the state officials re
ceived a telegram from the attorney
of the Virginia railroads to the effect
that the 2-cent rate would be put
into effect on or before October 1. on
condition that the matter should be
taken to the courts for a final deci
sion as to its legality.
The statement given out by the
railroads Is that they have deter
mined to give in to the people and
to end the conflict.
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Coin Das'gn Hla Last Work.
New Tork, Aug S.—Through a CONSULTATION FREE
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
letter from President Roosevelt,
I S?4 Fire St.. Cor. Morriaon.
made public, it was learned that
Piru» Mention Tkl« P«r«r.
Augustus St, Gaudens. the famous
American aculptor, who died, had de
signed the new gold coins which are
P. N. U.
N* IS- W
now being completed. This design
is probably the last completed work
1 *Y «mH«* «kW H»M.
that left the hands of the sculptor.