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Mil ..ifiBUKU POST.
EVERYTHING KEl'T IX A KIltST-CLAs-S
Better Than Honey
For Less Money
A5fO is a food nn.1 table delicacy com
bined. It makes you eat. Contains nil the nutritive, strength
ening properties of corn in a pre-digcstetl form, r-idy to use by
the Mool immediately upon entering the stomach. A fine food
for feeble folks, as well as well folks. Children love it ami
thrive upon its pure, wholesome goodness. It is a remarkable
energy and strength producer. Kxcellent for all home uses
from griddle cakes to candy. It ria.nn.-ible cost appeals to
the prudent housewife. A better syrup th.iu you ever bought.
Uhe Great Spread for 'Daily Bread.
Hold In nlrticht. friction-top tins which lire excellent for
various IioiikcIiiiIiI niriHon vlicn emptv, Sold .v all
itroeiTH In three slr.es, Mo, '!" ami .'iOc.
CORN PRODUCTS CO., New York and Chicago.
STOP, LOOK, LISTEN.
N. T. Dundore,
Our Stock Consists of Clean New Uoods,
Such as Is Found in an I p-to-l)ate
Dry Goods, Hardware, Drugs,
Cigars and Tobacco, Smokers' Supples.
OUR MOTTO :
More Goods for Same floney !
Same Goods for Less Money !
Come and see our wares. Market prices paid for
A. S. Sechrist,
WANAMAKER WINS SUiT Among tha other unusual occupy
dander Cac For $25,000 Da mac
es De- Hons that a world's fair bring Into be
dded by Jury. Mpl Wla ,ng ,s aMt ot am
Bearer. Pa, Sept. 22. The slander pllng the wine ex-
sult brought against John Wanamsker Ka,," . . . .. h
1 er SUte Printer RoblnsoB tot there are likely to be 30.000 or 40.000.
fo th rZT ', ; VM!!Ct K 18 not customary In this operaUonto
tor the defendant. The sealed verdict ... . . , .
' was read In court and found for the peUK th,e W,ne t8ter ,0 slp from
' defendant. acn bottle and pronounce his Judg-
. Before the verdict was read Judge J. ment untU h'8 mind begins to wander
Sharpe Wilson called the Jurors and and nls toue thicken, then be laid
j said that Inasmuch as one of their way in a cool place to await next
numner nad been sick and there were morning's resurrection. He does not
only eleven, he would have to have, ' swallow the wine at all. This an-
befort the verdict was read, a signed nouncement is made at once to stem
wp-Th T L at,,"rneJ'8 ,,hat the the possible tide of applicants. It is
rr:.: , ir11' Thl: tastei-
was given, and the verdict was opened , .
and read. e or x samI'es have been examined
Judge Wilson made a correction in llle jllmrs 'm rest a few nln,'!es-'
its wording. It had read that the Jury tlicn e:;t a ult of cheese and biscuit,
finds Mr. Wanamaker not guilty and aftfT which they rinse their mouths
the Judge changed this to read: "The wll, niinornl wat r and proceed as be
jury' finds for the defendant."' to con- fore. This is kepi up from mno lu the
form with the legal requirement. Tho morning until noun. Persons who can
Jury of 11 men was then dismissed lhus r..fraln from real indulgence in
and court s-ttled down to 1, .. :,i i,usi- ,,. u , ,,. ,,., ,
for Infants and Children.
Cast or la Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Parr
jrorio. Drops niul Soothing Syrups. It in IMoasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine) mr otlu-r Nareotlc
8iibstauo. It destroys v;rms ami nllavH IVvcrislmcss.
It euros liarrliau hikI '.V-ul ( olio. It relieve Teetii.
injr Troubles and etir v .tnstipatioit. It regulates the
Stoinaeh and 1 towels, vinir bealtliv an. I natural hleen.
The Children's Panuoea-Tho Jhtt Iter's Trientl.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
Kx-State Printer Thomas l:.! iivon
will iippenl from the verdict. Or.o of
his lawyers. W. S. Jioori', of lli' place.
adn;l;tc(! t!ict Ih.y would f'V i::'.!;y
m:,!;. t:m : . ; : i . i i lor a n w trial Lj
fore .Ii: V,"iN .
John Clnrte Winlics to Cisri:ss
palrn Issues Vv'itli Hin
N'orv.iil!.. c, Sept. 1:1.- 11, in.
H. Cl.irKo, Iii-moi mi ie e:i:i !i.i;ii
i mien vein's fiennior, in a
here lc ruiiilly cliiillcnge-l
H;;i!;!: to n.ei i lihn in joint d
the issues i r tiio camiiaigu. Mr
said in part :
"I have lieen aUed so frcju. :t!y
d:irinc the past two wees if thero
would lie n joint discussion nf t!:.
issues of this e:ilip:tlgn hetweeii Se;.
ator Hanna and inysidf, that I de-i:-.
lo say piihiirly liere tliat it v.-o:ih'. Ii
pxlrcmely ngreeahle to ine to i:;vi t
Senator Hamm, if ids health will per
mit in joint discussion of the iss;i(.s
which we repnuellt. Permit ine to
add, gentlemen, that I am perl'i.tly
willing that the senator shall iiani'i
the time and places for such meetings,
subject to hut one condition, namely,
that they ho held In tho close legisla
tive districts of the state."
iti lhus tread near tlie dar.,e;
e;i bach from the brin!;. Will: a
nose in the cii;i that in-bn.'.-s
generally a goner, ll is as good
'! d v. hi-ii lie g-;s so far a to
hands upoa tie wiclier d ior.
!:ilarati:ig e!'lM of s:ii':ering a
i of some "mi or I'M different
of wine to pass between one's
v n if refus: d idiaii;aii. e at li e
portal, must tie t on-iderahle;
ome andSee Our New Stock.
Iliglit'st rriws.l'aiil For Country I'roducc.
" tlllll t I' , I , 1 1
BRITISH CABINET FORMED
King Said to Have Approved Mew Ap
pointments. London. Sept. 22. The St. .Janms
(Jazette announces that King Kdward
has approved the appointment of the
following men to posts in the cabinet,
made vacant by resignations:
Austen Chamberlain, chancellor of
Lord Selborno, colonial secretary.
Arnold Forster, secretary for war.
W. St. John llrodrick, secretary for
The Gazette adds that It has also
good reason to believe that Lord Stan-
J ley will be mnde postmaster genern! to
succeed Austen cnamDeriain.
Trooper Davis Won Cavalry Race.
Xewhurgh, X. Y., Sept. 22. Trooper
Davis, of the Eighth United States
Cavalry, has reached West Point, be
ing the fir-' of n detachment of 12
lidug manner are examples of ubstl
nenee which ought to inspire admira
lion f ir the race, h is not everyone
(,!isi rv- s the Si. Louis Ciiobe-Ileniocr.l
and a layer of cheese, a layer of leis
citlt. a. id a layer of mineral water con
tinued for three hours, It would s- em.
would be it distressing ordeal. A Tier
the "bouquet" of the cheese, what be
comes of the "bouquet'' of the wine?
There are cheeses that make one quite
oblivious of every other thing si t on
tho table before one. We should have
no conlidence at all in the Judgment of
a jury after the sixteenth round of
cluese. On the whole, our respect for
these wine jurors will reach about the
same plane that some other Jurors
have been held in cases where they
have decided guilt or innocence by
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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GENERAL :NSf :ANCc i Lt
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A ct idt'til
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Incorporate Under Arizona Laws.
Most liberal corporation law in the United States. Xo
Franchise tax or exhorbitant fees. Private property ex
empt from all corporate debts. Par of stock made any
amount. Xo limit on capitalization. Stock is non-as-
sable for any purpose. No amount of stock required subscribed. Xo
tate cttntrol ; no State examination of books. Legislature can't repeal
our cnarter. Keenoflice and do business anvwhere. Wo, attend to nil
'iisinoss and pay all fees, and charge you but a few dollars in any case.
Agents wanted in every city in the I J. S. Li!x.ral com
missions. Send three stamps ior booklet of codified an
notated corporation laws and other information.
Arizona Corporation Charter Guarantee Company.
Monilian Building, PHfTJNIX, ARIZONA.
fti 'Sr r f
Ulk mM i
Pn. LRuriattunt. Gocalno and all Drun Habits
fjitJinly -jred, without pain or detention from business, ltaving no craving
' l. S Cr OtVtfr f irrinlnnte IVa roctnra fba nantniio or rl r Vitrei ro 1 evBUma fr
pa-..-! ly an emnrtt Physician.
kr.hGtfsin Therapeutic Association
l io oroaaway, nw itm iny
s at ti start, and thus had
intake ol getting tho pieli
mounts at the relay stations. Th
best I'fevious ncor l for tha distance
wns 4.i davs.
The family was examining with great
appreciation Tom's first attimpts at
Thr Ar. of lor- l'1-tography. The
r-et F.P..I.K. th(1 uslml agS()rt,
ment of amateur's blunders, including
nu especially large display of varied ef
fects in tho fine art of focusing. Finally,
relates tho Youth's Companion, one of
his cousins picked up a print which ap
parently represented a stretch of stony
field upon which a heavy fog was shut
ting down. "What in the world is this,
Tom?" she demanded. "That?'' Tom
retorted with dignity. "I should thinli
', anybody could recognize that! It's the
beech avenue at an eight-foot focus!
Those rocks in the extremely interest
ing foreground are merely pi hides to
the common eye. As for the beeches,
like nil beauty, tiny demand iinneimi
tioii in the beholder before they will re
veal themselves." The cousin iool.ed
up saucily. "Tom," she said, soli mr.'.y,
"it's the very fun st photograph of Mrs.
Kphraim l'embi rtot.'s viiw of life that
I ever saw!" Who dors not, tit the
phrase, recognize Mrs. Kphraim Pi m
berlon? Sometimes she is mrvousand
worried; sometimes she Is voluble and
important; sometimes she is wholly self
ish, sometimes she is instinctively gen
erous, but always, whatever her tent
: perament, the small duties, interests, '
l perplexities of her dally life are fo mag-
Tim Aetna r'oud'tl .
" AincricMt) "
The Standard Wv
The Ncn' Vork 1 "
The fidelity Mul
i Your Fatrocac' .
v. Ilisui-iii.ec C;
is n national
it n. I their fimiilii -
-tiatnl iigiieiilttu.- t wtekly for t:ir:in'.
', ami .stands U i,,.,,,! ,i
cultural .rcs. It is a i,raetienl v,n , , fr pnieth al f.iniiers
helping tlii-m to secure the largest sible jnolit In in tin
farm through iiraetienl metlioils. '
It is entertaining, Instructive am! pnii-t i.-allv useful to
the fanner's w ife, sons anil ilauglii. is, Jw liese ii.!e e-ts tt
covers in an attractive inatiiu r.
The ieguliirjiriee iHtl.OOj.eryfar, but for a limited
time no nil) ve. ivt ,vit- euhju.ij.iioii ni Tlir. itJ
YORK TKIISUNE l-ARMEK and i.Iho for yourow.i f:,vorite
local nevsp!iier, Tlie Post, M ii'ilM tni;. P:i.
Hi Papers One Yearforonly 11.50
Send your order and iimiie' to
Your inline tiiiil nililri ,-s i n a
M .('lK ik'ii:tM:;i ai : i r.
b il g i i:;in e si in) le'ee v,
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Immigration Officers Detain Filipinos.
San Francisco. Sent. 21. The Fill.
pines who arrived here last Thursday nified that they fill all her field of vision.
en the transport Sherman, on thilr way
to bt. Ixmls, where they were to bf
employed in the construction of the
Philippine houses and other buildings
at the exposition, are detained on
and shut out the whole world of beauty
and inspiration, of sorrow and struggle !
and happiness, that lies beyond them.
Even her joys are cheated of half their :
power of blessing because they are the
.1 . . i... .l- , ! "
.u . iraiimii uy me nnmigra- onlv joy8 that she ever really sees, the
"wii oiiiuuuiifo ut-cauHe iney me appa
rently liable to become public charges.
Although armed with lettors of identi
fication from Manila, the 31 Filipinos
are all In poor financial straits and ap
pear poorly equipped to continue on
their juiirncy to St. Louis.
gladness of other people being merely j
a part of the vague background of her '
own momentous affairs. In the great
W. II. Ill I l.l.lt. -ojirletor
418 Market Si., Harrishurx Pa.,
((iiinite 1. Ii. I:. Iicpiii Kiitrnm-r;
l ulled lnr All I ruins':.
Rooms, 25 and 50c. (iood MealA, 25c
tilillll lli'l'iiliili ol:ilinlK. 0
to advertise in a live and up
to date newspaper. Fur results
C. RUTTER, M. D.,
mama t- naz
(i tint an teed I'niltr
Bishop Coleman's Annual Trip.
Wilmington. Del., Sept. 19. Right
Rev. Lelghton Coleman, D. D bishop
art of life as In the lesser one of photog
raphy, the mastery of focusing lies at '
the foundation of success. The eight- Physician and .'SuriCeOn,
foot focus Is necessary at times; but to
1'ort I revorton,Pa.
Offers his Professional Services to
live always at the narrow range of
"bread and butter and buttonholes," as
one housewife characterized It, Is to
of Delaware, left this morning for his J nake nlgh achievement an linpossibil
annum iruinp oi iwu weens, ne naa
not decided in which direction he will
travel, but he will go afoot, as hereto-
the Public. All Calls Promptly At-1
fore, and will travel Incognito.
Fishing Steamer Reported Safe.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 22. An uncon
firmed rumor from Wachaprague stales
that the fishing steamer Beatrice, sup
posed to have been lost In the hurri
cane, has arrived off Delaware Break
water with two men lost from her crew
A St. Louis couple who quarreled a
short time after their marriage and
were divorced have been remarried. It
is a good idea to live together at least
a week or two before being convinced
that you ncv-er. nev-er can be happy.
Ball Player Dies From Lockjaw.
Marion, Ind., Sept. 22. John Stoe
bel, a furmer player on the Evansvillo
base ball team, in tho Central league,
died here from lockjaw. He broke a
finger while playing two weeks ago,
and tetanus followed.
Quite rieaaed with It.
Customer You remember you sold
me this coat yesterday? Y'ou said you
would return the money If it wasn't sat
Clothier But, my dear sir, It vos quite
satisfactory; I nefer had better money
dan dot In all my life. Tit-Bits.
Tiro Little Dlmplea.
I nebber minds de trusts dey make
Dat pile up In de billions-;
But what dls darkey'd hate would be
A trust In watahmlllloni.
Dally more marriages "contrary to
the wishes of the girl's parents." But
there's nothing strange about that.
That's what the novels and "short
stories" have preached these 150 years.
WANTKIl :-SKVKHAI. IMU S1 Hlol s I'Klt
gun ill lat-h Mute totrnvt-1 fur Iigiimr i-inlillili-eil
eleven yriir unit n illi ft Ihtki- i-iipitiil, tn cull
upon iiierc-Iuiotn anil HKi-nti lnr kliiii'"fu) ami
prolltulile line. Pi-riiiunriit riiKiiixt-irifi.t Week
ly rath naliiry of fin ami nil Ir.ivellhu rxpciiM-s
aril lintel billi ntlvain-i-il in lush rui h tvi-ck.
hxl'iTii-m-o not t-HM-ntiiil. .Mention it-tcp-noo
ami pm-losc m-ll aililreniee i-nvelnpi'. THK
NATIONAL. 3J4 .DcarbornSt. ClikaK- VM'.I
TMR KEYSTONE LAW AM)
PATENT CO., 107 Bctz P.uild
inj;, Philadelphia, which Is the
only l.oi, di i Patent Agency in
the world, oiler to make a (iuar-
anteed Search of the Patent Of-
fice Records not merely their I
opinion Free of charge In lead- J
er of this Jnntx.M, w,, wj w
send a sketeii, inmlel or ic,'i ji-
tion of their invention.
Tliey w ill also give :i eeriilie;itn
of lUltentiibility w lii. li will be of $
jrreiit nssistanec to in inventor in
Valiil Patents with the hn :ul-
est (dliillis see.iireil on easy w-k-
ly payments. Write to-day.
S S. S. WILLIAMSON,' S
No. nn T.IK. President.
Cne institution in evr York has
furnished 34,000 infants for distribu
tion ia the west. There isn't any-
Till: ni'Kl.l.NcmiN mine, iii the Kuniniw
lllaek IlilN. is vciy rieli in lnr nuliiiii; ore.
Wr uuiiianti-c 1 iini it miiii.-tui.ini'iit i,imI .ni,-lr
LaxativeBromo-QuInlne Tablets cure retnrn. sii.ek im inunow. niroi, wi,,.m
...... p.... n .. ,,, in. , r, frill ll. ll'IItr. C
liavo what you want. A Ku;imiit - it n,m,k.
f lion. Make ninnry hoiie-t-- :unl i-a.ily hy
I Ine inir Ihi" ti k. You bo in with fi lenil. oit
I whom you run n ly. We have nmile lots ,,f
nioni-i for oIImt- iiimI iltil"-o f,.r ou. ilr-.1
- runn i'liin per Ion.
! i l' .II IlIM'S., l-im-.l An!..,
(s -T-') Ailel, l.iu.
Miom hi i aiiKtt Mad Hark oil ! I elil
a cold in a nay. No cuie.iio nnv. Pr co
5 cents. i
thing that New Y'ork hesitates in uu-'0'1
loading on the rest of the country.
TO IIKI. A !.! I mini: 1)V.
Take Lnxntive I'.n i'io-(jiiinimTiilili-(s
All druggists refund the moiiev i' it
People who off er excuses for their hab
its do not do so because they are sorry,
but because they are afraid of the con
sequences. Stop making excuses and
turn over a new leaf.
A San Francisco firm cornered tha
bean crop of that state and then made
the discovery that no one wanted to buy
the beans. Tha firm la now among tha
to cure. 1.
Sol ni Uold Taney K
six opaU in circle v
ellieratil in renlre.
iiilleeut Itinjr goad ciioiikIi for Hie -anil
within the Ii-aeh of the poor. K-n
hy mail Kist paid. Kenienilu-r this hit
icolil II -! or KOlfl pliilrn, hut
nuality Molld )oll. Wo handle K-erj
Jewelry, also Watelies, Diamolids, 1 .
and HiUer-ware, l'lanosand Organs, i
aatisfaetinn Riiaranteed, or money refi
irncHls arc returned promplly. Our r'
the lowest, therefore we Invite coni
Write ut for quntationt on what you in
inquiries promptly answered. Addrcs-
d. ii. wai.ti;r'a;sox.
Sox 110,'arinrl, Va.
wan i i:ii-sKvi:ii w. i'i;j:iiis if ciiak-
aetrr mid koimI r -p 1 1 li.l 1 1 1 1 u, -;i, ( !,,(,. ((m,',
this rimmy reiiiiri-il) lo represent ami nilvr-il-i-
ohl estiililishnt wealttiy liiiini-i hniine
-olid tiiiaiicijil -tiinilinj; r-u:ury $JI. -n Wivklii
with eipensi-s nililitlounl. all piynl li- in ,.,,
direet every Wi-diiesilav from end oni.w
llni.i- and uirriace furni-lied when neoes ar
Peferi-ni-es. Cm np If a'liln-ssi-il iit.l.J
(. oloiiinl, a;ia llturlwrn St.. Cliieimo.
oliile . Trustworthy lady :r Rentleman to mannr '
i d If in l"s ountyanil ailjoinlnir ti-rritarr
are 'orwc,ln" tvorabl known lloum of o(v9
tinn. 1 fln,,c,,u "'nd,n- -"0.l0strB'Kht eash Mlarr
, . and i-cioms, paid each Monday bv cheek A-
i net from heailoiiartera, i.iut-nso ninne
ranced : imsition permanent. Aililn-s
Manaffer, 610 rionon Bldj., Chlcs,
9 3 lift