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MINING NEWS. jpnr tnkon out is fr' ospooially MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 7, 1902. .f otlior sub-otunco- NUMBER 9. tIril1 0Vdr' !"; some day having A SAM flR'.Q I IFF THE STATE CONVENTION THE GREATEST OF ALL TRIPS not a u,io, btml8( knol (yiu(,t ri,0 C0IIipaBB traoo of which has as yot boon ' navy signal nnd codo, and lastly, TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE diecovorod in tho vein. Tho com-- ) sails and battalion drill. In lmnt A Strong Company Now Working pany is finoly SEASHORE, AUGUST 19th. oquippod wi'h a 20- - His Joys and Sorrows, Told by a drill wo would tnko n cutter of ten Greatest Event of the Year for tho Bigham Mine. horao powor steam hoist, pi worful Thia popular Excursion in chargo of Home Boy Now in the Navy. p, ionr8 ""'' wo woU,(1. t,,on i,u Sunday School Workers. pumps, and most admiraldo Mr. V. A. Wilgus, S. I A., will ho run uiu rivur, lor a mno or iwo anu ' Tuo3dny, Aug. 10th, via Illinois Central for rocoiving and jtlion back before b':30; then goto C. it O. Railways, from Marion on Some Marlon Men Make a Rich Strike washing tho spar. Wo learn thnt regular trains connocting with Seashore On the fourteenth day of Juno quartjrs at niuo and somo othor (tho company has it in contempla drill till olovon, having battalion Tho Stale convention, which Special, leaving Unicn Dpot, foot of In Caldwell County. tion to oroct a spar mill in tho 1 and olovon olhor lads oulistod in drill ovory othoi day. At 0:.'i0 tho moots at IiopkiiiBvillo August 10, Seventh street at J:30, p. m. Tho round nonr future and will grind its own tho navy at Louisville, Ky. Wo ship's b.uid play for half an hour, 20 and 21, is tho greatest event of trip rate to Gld Point Comfort is only opar, loft thatovoning at o'clock for and you should boo tho sailor lads tho year for Sunday school work- S1G.0O and tickets aro good until The Market at Mineral Point. flth. Tho "Luoilo" is emphatically a Njrfolk, Va , ovor tho C. & ers of tho Stato. It is hore that 0. K, dancing and jigging. This trip surpassos any offered tho Li jiiI tn ht 1,UX) lbs $'i) WJiO homo outorpriso, and cortainly H. Wo had tho host of accommoAt n little before 7:.'!0 tho flag tho leading workers of all denom-ination- a traveling public. Grand and beautiful )r Imhh- Ciil(iii)itu) M;r ton I 15.0) well at tho hands of our dations while on ronto. At Frank-for- is lowoioi fur tlio day amid tho gather for information scenery, invigorating mountain air, t llliu Icjni'k Ulciiilit) K)r ton . IU .'W.OO poople. Tho ollicors aro gontlo. ocean voyage, palatial hotel wo took the Pullman ulaopor, strains of "Hail Columbia," with aud inspiration. !l s.iltikur, it ttin. fun) entertainment and a visit to tho National mon of known probity and s and all hands standing up at attention, Undor the leadership of such on awakening in tho morning Capital and Library, outorpriso, and buoIi as to wo found oursolvos in tho bounti- and when tho Hag is down nil sa- mon as Lawrence, Oamill aud Delightful side trips at low rates. Mr Hutch, a law partner of Col tho now company on a firm ful hills of tho Oumborland moun- lute. In tho morning it is raisod Phillipp, thoro is no limit to tho Every attention and courtosy will bo V i Posey, IT.S. Collootorof tl.o financial and commorcial basis in to tho tuno of tlio "Star Spangled good that is to bo accomplished. extonded to ladies without escourts. tains. port of KvaiiBvilfo, and ono of tho this community. allowed East of Kanawha Wo passod through tho ditroront Banner" nnd it thrills one's heart The program is as strong as it ib Falls returning. t.wiiors of tho Gladstone coal k littlo mining towns with n swish to think that ho is a protoctot of possiblo to make, it, both as to Sleeping car rates will he 84.00 for property, was in town lnot and a roar and in a short tiitiu thoy his country's Hag and a prosorvor speakers and subject matter; what berth application for sleeping car LARGEST CORN CROP wook and informed tho Pituss that more need be said to induce every spneo should bo mado at onco to V. A. woro a more spook. Iloro and of the peace that the citizens nulling of uonl would soon com. Sunday school toeondits full quo- WILGUS, S. P. A., Hopkinsvillo, Ky. thoro n snow clad ueak roso mnjps tnoiiro un a largo Bonlo ut thoir Each Sunday For further particulars address as abovo At a littlo after 7:J10 hnmmocks ta of delegates. tioally towards tho hoavoriB, and Nuiiiib Switch minuu. Mr. Butch Ever Raised is Predicted for the in contrast you would school is ontitlod to at lonst one or call on ngont I. C. Railway. boo tho pino aro Hounded and thorn is quito a la a plousitnl gentleman, full of vim toppod hills. During the day we rush to swing llioin and got out in dologoto and to ono additional for Present Year. mid onorgy, and proposoB to tnako passod through towns of various tlio fn-sair again. Wo then every hundred onrollod. Theso How Your things hum in that bailiwick. Tho sios. Lato Sunday night wo ar- lounge around tho dock until 8:1.5 aro chosen by tho school and to IMtUhh will havo inoro to say of rived at Newport Nowb, nnd after when tlio first call for taps sounds bo sont as representatives of tho Acorn crop of two and one-hal- f IIiih onturpriso later on. school. In addition to thoso eaoh billion bushels, which iB three sponding a fow cents to appeaso a but till tlion you can hear sovornl coutity is entitled to ten dologntos vo-huud rod million busholB more oraving appetite wo took a boat for privato coucorts in tho way of music going on. Somo of tho nt largo. Those nro to bo ohoson Tho Crittondon county linn than tho biggobt crop in tho his- Norfolk. Tho navy yards uro at Porta-mout- h lads havo a fine, voice and render by county ofllcors nnd sent to repcomposed of tho county olork, C. tory of tho country, is prodiotod All rainistors and on thowost side of tho beautiful solos; and on a moon- - resent tlio county. K Woldon, county attornoy, Carl for thia year by traffic mon and nro If you are having trouble of delegntes. All these Hondorsou, lCov Montgomery and grain stntistiaus, says tho Railway rivor. On tho oast side, just op- light night you can seo thorn go delogntes nro entitled to roduced any kind with them you should Mr Joo Dollar havo struck it rich Ago. Two and a half billions posite, is tho rocoiving ship Frank otr in pairs to talk of thoso loft at rntos of ono fnre for tho round at once call on Dr. C. L. liu, on which I now am. On ar- homo Gray, on tho farm of Frank Shoridau bushals of corn moans 0 riving at Norfolk wo took tho cars At uino tho night gun is fired trip, nnd to froo entertninment Opthalmologist, about four miles from this city on pounds, which rnontiB whilo thero. As soon nB appointed Of Pembroke, Ky., who is now locatho Princotou and Farmorsvillo tons, which at the liboral for tho receiving ship, li was nnd taps sounded for nil to turn dark but not loo dark for mo not in nnd in n few moments silonco tho names of dolegates who want ted in your city at tho Franklin llott-ad. n avorago of thirty tons to tho cur, should bo sent to for .'JO days only, this trip. Ho correct. rnltod Statos Geologist Smith, monnBk2,83:!,338 cars, whioh at fif- to bo able to boo tho clothes on the roigns supremo. ,It is thou that I entertainment think of my school days and of Mr. T. C. Underwood, Hopkins-villo- , all errors of refraction of tho oyea my who has boon investigating tho ty cars to tho train means 1 (5,0(5(5 linos adrying. Ky. For complete progrnm opia, Hyperopia, Presbyopia, Astigma-- i It was about ten j'olock when thoso 1 lovo best. A sailor has tism, etc., by tho scientific adjustment various initios of Crittondon conn, trains, which moans loud calls for and other information address E. of tho Unet crystal lonses for tho im- ty, says that judging from tho cars and onginos, long hours and wo boarded tho ship, and nil was not tho time to Bparo to got blue A. Fox, Gonoral Secrotnry, Louis- provement of vision and rolief of norvo .strain often tho cause of headaches, specimens takou from tho Shori- inoroasod pay for train crews, still aud quiet, for tho men had all or homesick. neuralgia, insomnia, indigestion and On ajSunday wo havo quarters ville, Ky. dau miuo, ho thinks it much rich-c- r largo earnings for tho railway?, turned in and wero asloop. Our other nervous troubles which soon disi :11m; church at ton till olovon, appear when the cause is removed by than anything ho line soon in much mouoy for farmers, merch- hammocks woro prepared for ns to at NEWS IN BRIEF. ftho constant use of tho accurately turn into, for wo do not havo beds thou do as wo ploaso tho rest of tin's soction of tho Stato. Mr. ants and all rolatod industries, grounu anu correctly mtod lonses. Smith has visitod tho Hluo fc and a oontinuanco of gonoral pros toBloepin but swing our ham- tho day. You tako no chances nnd run no risk mocks from boam to beam, aud in in tho matter, as you do not havo to pay I daily oxpoot to sail away on Nunn mines, tho Columbia, and perity for your glasses 'til you got them and aro placed to catch tho battleship Toxas, which is to Sixty-seve- n 11 iw much of tho possiblo two which looks bodies have been seo that thoy suit you and you cannot tho Old Momplus mine, and ho and a Lnlf million car loads will tho rings of our hammocks. Some mnko a European cruise, finally taken from tho exploded Mt. Kim- afford to miss this splendid opportunity says that tho Shoridau miuo is of having your oyes scientifically testtd tho bost prospoct. lie os. actually bo carriod by ruil, and of tho lads woro hungry, aud had joining the Asiatic squadron; then ball colliery. and correctly fitted by a speciiilist who has had years of experience in tho busihow much of it will bo consumed broad, buttor aud coiToe. I did for n furlough homo nnd frionds, limatos tho avorago por cont of In a ohuroh near Catlottsburg, ness. 1 most aosurodly like tho navy not sloop very woll, boing usod to load to bo at lonst 00 por cont. A on tho farms can not bo so oasily Tho Pembroke Journal and Cadiz whilo services woro in progress, Record says: "Dr. C. L. Gray is a gena bod. lu tho morning at two for it is a fieo lifo and ono to lovo JO foot shaft has boon Btink and figured; but tho bulk of this Sylvester Copely shot and killed tleman worthy tho respect, confidence yiold will roaoh tho rail- bells (tivo o'clock) revoillo sound-o- d Hoping this will ploaso somo of John White. Tho tragody wus and patronage of all who are in need of about six tons of ore havo boon his services. A great many of our best and all the men aud boys tum- my frionds 1 remain, as ovor, a tukou out. Princeton Chroniclo. ways in tho shapo of corn or of tho outcome of an old grudge. citizens havo had their eyes tested nnd stock, and tho roads in tho corn bled out aud itarlod to lash up protector of thoir rights, fitted by him and all express themselves Two more of tho men who re- as boing very much pleased with their Jessio Baker, growing rogions will have all that thoir hammocks by a rope about cently hold up and robbed a Wolls glasses." U. S. K. S. Franklin. What has hithorto boon known thoy can do for many months and tivo foot long, which is passed His prices aro Fargo express train, have boon Examination reasonable. as tho JJighnm shrift, locatod at ovory railway and business in tho around and thou drawn tight, and testing free. capturod, with nearly $JJO,000 of Attractive Women. tho southern odgo of Marion, and country will bonotit from tho prostho hammock like a roll of tho stolen money. HEALTH but a fow foot from tho I. C. rail-roa- perity of the producors of this cloth. It is thou carriod up on PLEASURE RESORTS All wonion sensibly dosiro to bo which for n fow mcntliB has groat staple, tho spar dock and thoro storod The Hood situation in Toxas is WFH MEDICINAL WATERS altrnctivo. Beauty is tho stnmp boon oporntod under tho firm nnino away aud loft till 7:30 at night, of honlth because it is the outward deplorable. A million dollars is of Harlh Broa. & Finloy, will ON THK LINE OK THK Mrs I3lla Hall, of Borriqn coun- whou thoy nro passod out nnd wo manifestation of inwaul purity. tho ostimated damage so far, and horoaftor bo known as "Tho Lu. ty, Ga., has boon granted permis- swing thorn ngnin. A hoalthy woman is always attrac- six liveB aro kuown to havo boon Illinois Central R. R. cilo Alining Company." LaBt sion to spring tho trap at tlio oxo- After stowing nwny our s tive, bright and happy. When been lost. Twenty thousand acres wook tho company was reorganiz- out ion of her fathor's murderer. Monday morniug wo stood ovory AND THK drop of blood in the veins of cotton and other orops havo ed and artiolos of incorporation around in groups, surroundod by is puro, n bonutoous flush is on tho boon destroyed. Yazoo & Mississippi filed uitlor tho abovo titlo, with a orowd of other sailors who woro Farm for Sale. ohook, But when tho blood is o Circuit Judgo Nunn has decidMr. John F. llnrth, Prosidont; clamoring for tho latost news. Valley Railroad Eight milos East of Marian, morosono88, bad temper nnd ed that Hopkins county must pay Mr. Joseph llnrth, Vico Presi- - containing 2 P.I aoros, nbout 110 While standing and talking I saw Castalian Springs, Allison's Wells,' n sallow comploxion tolls tho tnlo tho claims of miuo guards for serCooper's Wolls, Lowos Wolls and dont, and Mr. J. K. Finloy, Socro. acros opon land, 7M aoros good a lad coming up tho laddor from of sickno8B plainly. And womon vices rendered during tho strike Brown's Wolls are regularly established tary and Troasuror. Tho Mossra, limbor, 15 aoros bottom land; three tho deck bolow with his pants turpleasure resorts with medicitoday know thoro is no boauty Tho claiuiB wore assigned to the health and as a nal waters feature, and having hotol Harth oompriso tho largo mercan- woodlands with InBting water in ned up past his knooo aud in his without health. Wiio of Curdui St. Bernard Coal Company, nnd accommodations. Thoy aro located on on 'h. Ono long through lane tile firm of llnrth Bros, at Oaboy. or contiguous to tho lines of tho Illinois all tho fiolds, horso, cow nnd undorshirt. A scrubbing brush crowns womon with boauty ond amount to nbout $2,400. Contra! and Yazoo it Mississippi Valley villo, Ky., and .Mr. Finloy iB n well hog lots. 11ns in it a spring Dov- was in ono hand nnd n bnr of soap attroctivonosB by making strong William Jonniugs Bryan, in tho Railroads known businoBB man of this oity. er known to go dry aud soldom in tho other; ho had boon out and healthy those orgnns whioh course of nn address nt Mountain In the Upland Region of Tho working of tho miuo is un-d- ovor froozos ovor; nine ncren stand- washing olothos nnd as luck would Country roads in havo itho stnrtod talking to mo nnd mnko hor n woman. Try Wino of Lnko Pnrk Chnutnuqunu Associaing moadow. tho immodiato supervision of MISSISSIPPI. Cnrdui and in n month your tion, on "Problems of GovernNearly Mr, J. K. Alvoy, n minor of largo about ovory direction found out ho was n Louisville frionds will hardly know you Send to Good houso I ovory kind of fruit ment," denied thnt he would ngnin copy of antho undorsigned for a free illustrated book descriping ocporionoo nnd oxcollont judg-mon- t, built bovoii year ngo front rooms Ind who hnd enlisted somo mouths seek to become tho national stan- thnin dll. In addition. Hardin Snrintrs. who haa mined inoro than story nnd n half nigh, six good before. is announced that tho Board It Grayson Springs, Dawson Springs, Ce of tho Domoorntio rulean springs anu unttonuen t.vonty yoarsin tho Joplin district sized rooms, two baok porches, Springs At 0:15 wo had mess, thnt boing of Diroctors of tho Mutual Lifo dard bonrer and is thoroughly up in tho busi- vorauda in front. Good cistern of tho nnuio for broakfast, dinnoi, Insurance company of Kontuoky pnrty. In Western Kentucky wator at ond of nn ell poroh. SugThe roport of tho commissioner ness of mining. and euppor. Wo always any moss 1ms, by a unanimous voto, authorar troos in yard; nico location. and Croal Springs and Dixon Springs iu Tliio voin is locatod between Two good bnrns, with oisteniB nnd for meals. We thou drow our out ized tho roinsuranco of the busi- of internal rovonno shows that tho rocoipts for tho liBcal your ending walls of sandstone Southern Illinois and limo pumps; plundor houso, grainory, fit and wore soon full fledged sail- ness of iho company, with tho blaokstmth shop and cistern just ors in full uniform. Dinnor is on Btono, and lma boon followod from Lifo Iusurauco company of Juno M woro S271,8G7,(.)90. ThiB are similar resorts concerning which an is a dooroaso of $35,003,()79 from illustrated book has been issued, which the ourfaco to its prosont dopth of across tho road from house; wng- - at 11:15 euppor at 5:40, Wo did Ohicngo. n on soalos; tonant houso, with can bo had frco on application to tho 1 10 foot through thoso walls, tho tho rocoipts of tho fiscal year end- undorsigned. nnd bnrn, nico location. Good not drill for several days, having Physician and Druggists. ing Juno 30, 1901. Tho falling voin widoning and tho spar A. II. HANSON, G. P. A., school houso in half mile, fine had to mark our olothos nnd loarn Font & Sturgeon, a prominont drug Illinois Central, R. R., Chicago, III. otr is duo to the roponl in pnrt of lightor in color as n groat-o- r ohurchos, two and three milos, how to roll thorn up nnd tio thorn firm at Rocky Hill Station, Ky., write: dopth was roaohod. Wo boliovo Baptist, Mothodist and Cumber- nnd thou to pnok thorn nwny in "Wo woro requested by Dr. G. U, Snig-le- tho wnr rovenuo toxes. 119 to send for Ilorbino for tho bonolit of g)ologiBta concodo thnt if ovor a land Presbyterinn.milo acres good our bag, for wo havo n lnrgo canA ohook for 50,000 wns receiv- Illinois Central R. Rv from farm bottom land half our customora. Wo ordered tlireo dozen (isBuro voin is found in this oon bo bought botwoon or juljoin-in- g vass bog to put our olotlnr in ed by Seorotnry Wilson, of tho Sells through tickets to all points in Decombor and wo aro glad to say Hor distriot it will bo found botwoon of lookors, as I thought wo bino has givon such great satisfaction Unitod Mine Workors, from the North, South, Kast and West. Direct tho two as much as wanted at connections uro made at Louisvillo, walla of limostono and saudatouo, $20.00 por noro. Will mnko n good would Jiavo. that wo havo duplicated this order tlireo Illinois minora. Within four KvJuisvillo, Memphis, Now Orleans, St. and honco, should thoir prodio-tion- s shnpod farm. Crop, team, tools, After sovornl days had passod times, and today wo gavo your salesman wooks tho mine workors of thnt Louis and Chicago, with principal linos and somo good cattlo; ono. third hold good, tho ownors of tho intorost in rogistorod Heroford wo wont out into tho Hold aud nnothor ordor. Wo beg to say Dr. G. U stnto hnvo contributed $100,000 to all points. L. Johnson, Agent. Suigloy takes pleasure in recommending ( r.nniln" ..int. iiiiiu r,t nun ill 1? learned tho first rudimonts of the Horbiuo.' COc bottles nt II, K, Woods & nnd aro said to have 500,000 iu W. A. Kellond, a.o.p.a. ""viiu iiicijr !,..,. on ..,!. !J X' ui bull. Okider, Jack Louisvillo, Ky. F. K, Wheeler, c.p.a. drill, After that time wo had a Go's. the past ton foot of ainking, the Marion, Ky, reierre. Evanavlle. 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Aw 1 tm ti f Santo kydiagjAyia eabrc. km rt-- I A autcaaest km beam crMird u Is w mk 'daV paraed t Wjaacaajlca Aat t rtcaaoc i rw aae. totie t I watetaat, fe& tk jm nrarr ai At Gmli ot Mcueo imil: ?Ae latMw. in aii aaoaata ta "Jut trtftti Us mcbl I nfSMxmmi rwow- -t. taa twia proaac? 1 .fc--- -, 1 ia- tt, -.-.fl 4nna Jammx md Ir Ae mmtk ai Ae JLatsaKfa sver oaanoa. Aannatr tke caaaac; of SrA " kt ." u. I IW. "WWI W . SWS. .A. .2. S1 a ?a.; r k L Ba4 ad urxmat M1 TTii aay aalj n,eUT-- f t lau&aau oi Scxaaf by vba irnrtd ui Ae d ccwjrtnct daraat; Ae taal wwd kaeat tatlc anai .L. w --- , .W-i aaxrv amsvn, ami I aai 1 . vHan ae ' 3ar --at kt ' VT W 10X. tar I9Cff, ta ccaapartd aBtaakaal aa t spyrtaca ta iaaea wsJ karf f ia-- al T -I. t fT - Tke total txr.rah itsr Acnh lacal ajj anaatj vav t ? perac- -i sa A k&k. aaff) .. e.. aaawpi .t hai A - a i ui aro. juar? Wurr tax jear rt MS, Tit laaausrartj tad J .p4nis i arM- a- m - J - iL "", w" mm aj, sjl uw . tkieagk, aarf aaad a fab art w -- X aat an Uaaia s-- , . - , oAet alMSi pw eajft.i, amk- ..- iwih x . m. . . . amm ,3l"r7 Tofcaa-- e cakraK .- -. , , . . amu m mam n a total f 756.74. Tk it aa .. I kaaa. fat A aaia It, r kwr, -- t !fi . ai MJtti BBSK&KKKKKHKB-BBKlI SKH K,ij mmj t Wax laabe. Tfe w ; 1. A i kmi ia ore? im. Of Ait xaahn 1T$?S af T-- ai fara!jT at k it etaced by depaot at mh Man; , 4 bit s it mm&t utm- tfbn.- - pvrimia. sa iawdiu. TVfnauaaed aB4 from paac t t Asia- - fluae frota Italy. K!?- irwa Aaa- At MjaaaBppi SoatAiB tkfr .x- :j. - j ii Ae 3T4? dj&wronr Ae gqaraairat. fjmi; asd ftrvjfk ta caatktaaa: uft-- f at4 ta- - ansa iaarain ai alt At TamrtffT a a "aaaaaMaaai aad Fialucd, ),- Jiwttrltt m.mmmMm JammmmM . thr vail iaja4aiaa 4 awaaar ajial a jlaaasta caoprre aVJ ma vm m m t J . - jr tarjc iami aaal raVLX . (s4 iraaa araeaat, Xreaa irt-ha- d, for aat a aaiied - At eatxrt rslf of "m. . artt mnman t&aM fnaa the 6faasa taa-puz 'ata ; iHakWWthailakuv 4t2iaBBBe W. lUebey. At ktzea, 17.44 fraaa Xorvay, iiTO aatwam aat aa4 ti taaAliag keadiaaaj at ti vath. ; i Saa F.iaeawe, daad aa At A muniiam WiA&as waitaf to r:hrr iai m Ltadoa, of taxt faJaja. frtaa Japaa aad areasa aweaaj kad brkc h , I j,, fjasnafl a txu1 t set l f XatxtT plartd Ae kaai-wa- tae vaaa at iaaa my H am aad Ui th ! y p, ."- "---.i j.; , ef jjfc Uiaea wkxk ha trareied ajrwad Ae world vat a axajptaak. I kaad tb tz.. w;A- - j " MM, 1 it , w cf ainioBaba. aat taaekaaj a. htmj ei- e aH ,. rrM TAar.'ff rB PatA '.2aa year vat Itt 41 Baad apakar ,. ww bm, W ra A weaM bar a--t .raei ka? j tm-- j csti ip taa i imamBj I , . w Yosk rtr, baiteadt? IB jalf, oa Jojy 9, whes Aes wat a v jwaajilttir 1 At kat I a j tar zsvvjw- - aaUakaa raV j TtriTa Ijtm&rzll- - at. labemr rad 7 aaa a. nawdhMnmj L J . a . tewert earAawake aaa, itiaJ fftfiaw th. 7 vharh Parted ' i '? " aji- - i .. 7 aaaia T wm a aaac . Aat kdet A laat eaacacKt " a--tt nam; mk,?- u;c a.. sresfs before frsn t&rat ta foe; aaurstet. AQ I aaa :v vjtxtt tmmz Awt fd aes fiaaOj he th gle TTth ionsa aatvatfaaBaaaavfajlaa' . ( raP faaVa aratMbai dbei baildzat saered. The S ta e j . " it vztamd Itjda wkaA vat 10 itraek At iai -1 t IB two cab bow acfaoi U preaa-- a ihock ccativaed satil 10 ia m kadk t A batd it? partBtsa aa dc fc p aa4 aVma, 14 it away, a mek of Aa im tosttmsa txcty. A to -- t zmi tmt ittum ago iatar. I tmate fr S1 ' T tralia, bar Aa year ioKertd tkraaL Cft tk d of 1 1 a-.- TLS iots MJWziat wait ratil tk axt murwinz, is taxaatf ae Aw beat wiA At m DeWia' . arrkymhrt, vokaaie Mataeli, cad aQ tk vkife at- - I back attb 1 Atrnid Aea hi otttgtd u uk& At erapboau H vas eade9t ai At . . fxir i34!. -kt tfcu - iaitescs ata ate. ad fjarfj ttaae tot 44HMwaa. Ana ta It pbeai. a f .a " Iow1t t of tfe AftY iaaaer ! tsaad w mzw a t Ai H7-- a t1 p Tk iaUovjftg J ayiaf? aa ap tadat efcKbia:tkat tk vatdsaaaj;Lr :c lut : Jasoarr, ; f TeJegrtph Xova Seoui, i At tky P-1 I kav r kOT to aa back itk" to tH Caoptaj tsd Cream, Mtxxo, Lf-bocf At pc4-bar been badir ban. At Tati,kt Febntary, Saam, Sdacaaacha; -- T Picifc CooEiatJo; Cahkt March, Taxkay, Italy, I bamed thtaak th .w artrrkadj wa jw- t- to Ae ctJJ. " k- l- w Tchaafenaa . l- ... - .. w , l t.. . MUTtttots todw aaj other tumdt- - to A- hotel aad aised er Wi Cospajor, cf At arr aad .41 ! - f -f k -- r mm Lact, raapectrrby; Apsnl, frWB Yaa- . I wnhowt beta. tt tm H tlfcfl. 1B7 , at Ae ral'v was 87X,0) ragSLj- rtfiaenr ladloed aad Gsatemak, Ieeitad; May, Mirua-mt- b umg faaA ta a gsaae, tagrv not jtt os- -r that Ae of h;ea Ca pcekky . tsss, 2. Mid I vat mot aikt wurhaaat tt v.. ) is praeidca: ; dizacto? oi Ccat-a(tc&suuc), St Vjwt Spaia, tfc kart ap tato air cap aotae. for th froat of at t At ibtraid Taanid,biltTzT&iha- - ! i Fraac (Sooth Borders, Wash-lafjo- a inaa oae canaf tk j ciis PictSe nui'vaj, duactcr of At aad tvix'tktd am to nuts vrdi tbroat vateucat waa filled with (Moont Scdocbt), (vokaa-)- , slat where I had ialaea oa tk Us- - SaaAetz Paoe iid diTtctor of At aawa u hiai i4a?e aoiag oa tiud jprf Ctout, ifaik, Saa ?vusaM, - serv- scapwd mi;(Ai At achaMaer, a Jay carried t. Tb tb pvoateaada aad mane teta; aj baada were rat xA HXT3 Fkru, Fraaee (At Craceo: distirjfftd, aad thty did a lain that tag. aad l had a bir loajp oc :h ! j Seatiiso. is Cobi ratable kaiiekd Aotrea -trict), Ae Cap rauaroU tad atwd bt aeaJp tm- - and mj traipk, ttA ajAtaxafaf mraaaTfaBwhere arj bea Uriu x.--e id Xa I Jae, Italy, Raax tad 14 ;h j?d, althoofb z stnk together ia pit of vtTif. tanaV Mj j , j t rtcaoiij cxecated tbrrr Tucvi Chi, ui VeUitrt, Beta aad Cbaco, Eaeb fj oNc-vit ill vapkaa-aa- t. ether. eat, tint oc aad thea A rtapectiirclT deJrtamXtlT rtxjt tiytU ad tk Far tk b kali-ati-J' a i .j a- -, inrr "srere GM&hirt, St.(At two la$ vckaaic), siib tac ace fTE . a, .k- a jcil -- ?-YiBceai, Sialy, Jadu, vwoad tkraaek i ktary fnrib of MmM r.e . uirav(yvi aat Huum wo '.OT1 f B cspicrtd by ilaxieaa. teopj in 1 Himaltyxj; Jcly, Tsxiey tad btrck, bat the full moon, it Havi. I eovld keat the bard earij it? tb axt Bboimar.- -. laepi sad I beard that th old aub- - riid ia Ae Yati cocrtrr. vioeb had jntt ntt&, gar mt pkntj (oa plietr aadr their itoxulax To defead asaxs!t tise Tveatj cocxtiei is liiatunppi of lifkt. On lochia the icbccau? forearm. Tb aaiautla dad rot W cdb reported that h bad ir.-r- r " r7t- ilUci c- - br draaxea BB u iBfienof from At efttcu of 1 T looked a boot foe tk irfbt of a doiimr the brora,. fftf a tbi wua tA otoocBOWiM;.. mlA I , wxtckmaB, w M- - G th twu vaUoweTe tbiB- - wat tirjBf to :ob the dauatroat droaA, tad ia !hta? tsdls" hat k vat nenrheit ia skt. Ftz 1 ooaJd leat: JaeAert, hnsg aeaz ifcrpbjo;o, hill of thea At earn esrop uitalmoet nuljaaatlr. Yoath'a Coataaaictt. ami on tk wtr t email tott aa iZ & rcro.Te; viA aach 1 total loag. .vj ;wlj vaoria ia thmr tk aMoa-jttt- b, .addslT the beatu baeaate 'joiet. Tsssi. dead! eect thai bcth her uaail-tad I jodj ed that it probtfelj f beard fottproa At sauppkaJt, The rear eeech ef & patfeagsr Txath ia mighty eaoab to bc nse I taa vere f bo; dead. oaauiiud tb utiia aaui. I did tad then on the dcefe; h vat tke trxia on At Ohio zad Kanawha aatv Aa aueaspt to ecfc; a h? ckf-ia- g railroad (all tiuoe;h a treetle a nat Ttit (or hiin, bet t to xorfctt Taukaiaa. Aa ioos at I heard kiaa bailv prrrakst tkaa h m. Cbicaso Xwa. CaAoU: come op oa the poop, I tboated. Tbr one. tbxvahoct of forty feet. Tb coach d Peri4 1 1 EzMU'l. Soon all tb raaaremiiu were foouttpa itoppd near the bttck. Pwaee m: iia eitob oppoitiioa, Amy people, not oae of -l2)n except tfeoit of tk after dac-lho t je" What d't rast Xo iub ti half e food 4 b ez- - tod in. zeiar cozsacxinities At peo- whoai eaetpid iajanr, tad Hiss Gei-tntple rad force to prTta: ofStrrs J4Duar bit lantern careftuir to Bene.' srowiei tk ow man. ta 2 Sbenrood tad A. J. Htihboa sroid dADger of fire, I vrtnt dowx 'rtn threaten;? :oc-I j..ix.td; Chicago L; dcrsiag tie Kijool. 'twi. ;aittat!y Ulltd. nit W-'?- aaa; wifm is c xae t ife)gsiw w- TVsl )Uwt Ft is jag. F 5: ? Me. fefdc a- - agqay ta fiwiiinw st kadb-7 ygrair. ani at MM, auae i m 4uur. Jaat ana k ffey tsn jwri- y ji SfM Am n fai if s tr aff fj . r -- i i ai iw taat uh! hat taae Ta jag? 1: a y4 --Sa eta! vacti x$a aasz-Xvshsl. f j mulzm-Js- mi rtr rksjcrrr fc? taa wamz a m qa iu. a CHb ta t 1. tK--mi z aaaaL rtvad. Tp t &t iaui r- - . im tat svkwi f 1a ai CaaaAawa hud dacafcd.' kt, uad kbed i- - t td A aiswmai SaVscvaas taui Cae ieaTraei wxt icwr raawx. br kai TicTaiAad H?, Ijh. bUt-- ai irtuaipf a if asaah Ae ksiktac li.. &jl Sat v vS:-OE- a as aaam, A kaarry kkmr js. '1 IwrAert at? p faairaaal tnci r. W? aek iobI 1 paoack aa At tkaaj u Fax a At Soar, At isiz tz, . f a aamntfik trtai pet of aac tr Irui tmmL e i- JraM im: taat tavwaja. ua at rtue usaak 2i4 Sdbnav- kft rfana'it st- T in aiaiiaaai Lt bin. Iraati A: ? -- aaxaavi tj jatt - -- -- vt ,it T-ms- lg . ini baaA-ar- B at At . it; A -- Jxa. PzAs kat P-Tk- fart aak.it btu tr d kaaKnactaaau ts At f!rjiidetaas j lau-ye- t a l rare la"! aaajpafesv-- . 1. r t i2j tir' ji. -- i s rJ rr b-- tTnws Fearatrr 4, 1SW. j A " Ae sretti aajary kw --. I af 10S, Ixad in bcSXht "nV tac ;. ui of A: laaau.awrjaw. Tkt assau ai ta traoarf IBBlS tvru. i A- r . fagjiWaaaitaat?I - tL-d-c- - Liai c a ot-r- lt T aa Ae ta "s vr x- a- krr j. ii . c. aaaalta ai iffii a5fcr fis w m -- s Ivi ff,ti,f iii aU 3 iJ b ! a. Tl ! l r Asaeseaa sraapH aarrtdr ? to ncroart c bar t kw mad vad iriiadud m At $- 1 1' 1 i r ai Ae aeaty, aerr-.Tka- f ' ia auay eaaau At parrvzUe TW sector f Sai r bifft traxrporiad to A I tTOCf 4 ' pLXri rp t JaJy 34 Laat " 1 1 cu ti Aaa M:. Parker iai :i. - !ti Ua-fie- oaVwri - ijd Hygtaj am cJ J7 oin 1 ! - !!.! mm m -. ... .. . - titriw rlf a. - J; ;h LT " f jt 4'mZ? t- iZ TimiU iaolitKtOTMtklt!;! - us l'll r nTZZ Teia lxi ib--ryf- kd ins. "" . if :aa na-H-raei-rr. :iii tatreaarA. utaea ircm, i rstaraa foe A psnod cf :r reroaa, 'na appraxsatat t t Tk oaoaahiw nsa repaoc u r.--- Ti i-- - t . ye, e. danAi froat diaaaaa. (T tf -- , t mbad aata; dcatL f atz a&ctzi lawt : Soiled or 3d O eaaoari aad tU eahjsi 'tz t r tZ 1- ' , t r.l Jh. liU drmmtd, nx eflbrrt taicidad. tra aad 79 eabated mew , arsr r oSeer aad tl eaJirted r deaAt, 1S9 offaoen aad 4 hated aea. WmtaVd. IX vad taa ui iati - af .kl vlai aK. r. .,4 i lalkd nad oAer Aaa by dtea oScm aad 4,114 caLu. wwiKi-dcaAt tStt; t.ltn ' t 1 ex rawed aaaa, x . TT hu, ted. ki mas Jww .- ft HmaaaBB ..... m Total, 4,479. The rtagie. at ckaof of btaed, rlx-farta- ms 1 v ;- fr-aiant- iirrd w kpa; m. t kkd f-- .w ir .i tr . ! Jlr - M7 w6r tap7, At cocatrr, Li a capital of $: ! tiA Caltle ad Aeap granrert f hart reeesUy had la FnitBOtit coast & r.-hutka. 3 MeoaI;lS,teieftwluf" ' U-rr- o? - '. p?dct - a; of liO saaafced aata harr tU irraml Aoogaad head dhvaa oAtr Aodb iato :h-- . tataa, xad Aratua death owatr; if Aey dnrt Aeac u ed 'i : 3 ttd r-- ; riee-pnede- sr: ed oat to protect Txieaty-- Tt CltT. Atnafc Tk adbua but : ! or k-o -iJi a st lini 11,1 - :a I, norfari ire ae ithie ia Xtv Aaasaad " ci At Aeap r t f - Gre; 1 Aon wheat cr w ewxbty. It Aovi 45,000,000 bnAtii, o Tith 100,000,000 a jear jut. pr Kiaft; kai kt t .- i J .. .u, ", iiu.i pc- -a i.. !'jswt.hb ! -- Aft-erva- rd Si-kau- et. a.Z ,. hr:f b'ur. - crap. A vil! harr eaartar more. Thea s.x rai oTer half of Ae wtr.r lad Mtchiaa trii Iaduai aad Illiaou wii , ' ajore Ata bat year. ; - i t a i e -- t -- bc people ea root to & Scstitj ' pieaic, ncr FayetteTtlle, toe j: ir . t . rtt aad raa away, Mrioedy 3 Phoebe Eraas. -iss taa drirea by a party cf 4 ptU dis-taa- ca coa-Uiae- L de . Bcsinefj caea of Uttla HJc r 'orginircd a St&ie Fair A 3 and Ae first annual fair will t- tt W Ead Tark, be.iim.c2 t.t -' tr 1. J."'" "" J H WlMI il niiiMnmiip HMj mwwwiMi JOiflag ." a7v itua AMWtayaoaa'viWWwwwC janniiiiig urt i PUZZLE PICTURE. ORIGIN OF THE KISS. An Opal AN EX-PRIE- AS PREMIER. THE OLD STORY. 1:1 True invented kissing? there is no very widespiciui curiosity ns to this question. Kissing is usually accepted - an agreeable fact, und its theory und history are ignored, llul somebody who has been investigating Greek lore has decided that if ki nig did not begin with Adam and Kve it undoubtedly began with the (Jreek-- , says Helen Pitkin, in the t. 2scw Orleans The story goes that a beautiful found an opal on voiing shepherde ot the hills of (i recce, and wishoik ing to give it to a young shepherd, who-- e hands were busy with his Hoc k, let him take it from her lips with his own. Thu- - the kis was invented, nnd perhaps the popular against the opal may be traced back to the same incident, has been fraught with for great moment in the world's history. hiding was an act of religion in ancient Home. The nenre-- t friend 1.' .4 A of a dying person perfornu.'d the rite of icceiving his soul by a kiss, supposing that it escaped through hi- - lip- - nt the moment of expiration, 00 biter, in Rome, near relatives were "MMtTlltl MIMItTIIIMi IH III ItMM. IN I It 12 KI'ICIIKM" allowed to ki- - their female kindred I'l.M) I.Ut'III. on the mouth,. but this wa done in order to know whether they smelt LIMIT OF LAZ1NES3. TWO KINDS OF TIME. of wine, because the Roman ladies, were Contused by Man Who Thought One Name Enough in spite of the prohibition, Strangers in Detroit A for Two Dogs. Diflerent Standards in Ue. sometimes found to have made too "1 necr hear lamess discus-ed,- " U Ink- stopping oer in Detroit free with the juice of tho grape. I wa- - very nun h confuted said Frederick Kost, the artist, "but . nlj It is suid thnt kissing was first ini 1 think of old man Crawford, who troduced into Knghuid by royalty. n i if the wit) they keep tune Michigan city," say a mini Used to keep an inn down on South The Rriti-- h i nionurdi, Vortigern, it Bench when the place was practically gave a banquet in honor of hi- - Scanlia- - iccently returned from up w t untry , to a Now ()r)Miiis Tiiih'si- u w ilderni'sf, and a lot of u- - fellows dinavian allie-- , nt which Rowenn, I) n rut reporter. "They have two were i it the habit of running down the beautiful daughter of Hengist, I there to sketch. He wn.-- without was present. During the proceedN nf tunc in Detroit, standard t a ami what they mil still tunc doubt the fellow mo-- t utterly devoid ings the princess, after pres-in- g of energy it is possible to imagine. brimming beaker to her lips, saluted iw, the buainws of Dciioil is con-t.il uii a still time 1m. while He wouldn't hae breathed if he could the astonished and delighted monarch with a little kiss, "after the mant' r ulroHils, stcAmboats, street care hne helped it. I "One of his sons, who had settled ner of her people." graph compiiiue hm stand-i' 111111' There is a difference of in New York, sent him two dachsThe most honorable royal kiss on i between stnndurd time hund pup-- . I roinember how Craw- record is that which Queen Margaret minute ai i mi tune m Detroit. I reached ford would sit sunning himself on of France, in the presence of the I) 'rmt about two p. in., standard his porch the whole day, with one of whole court, one day imprinted on t mid after lenung the boat I thee dog, like animated sausages, the lips of the ugliest man in the on euch side.of him. They were al- kingdom, Alain Chartier, whom she l Mid that nil thu city timepiece ways by him, one to the left, the other found w r.' ahead of my watch by about To tho-- e around her .J minute. If I wanted to go to to the right of his chnir, when they the said: "I do not kiss the man, t ' Hunter, or to any other place were at rest. but the mouth that has uttered so "One day, ns sat talking to him, many charming things." v there, I get in) watch accord-may be Among the serious n to Mm time, hut whon I began the dogs were romping in thehoue, Crawford turned nnd called out: mentioned those of Antony and Cleoi tu'iiro mi leaving the city I had to ii"ingi my wntuh so that it would 'Here, Cocoa, Cocoa!' nnd the dachs- patra and of Henry VIII. and Anno trotting Holey n. Roth of these, it - said, gjt mr standard tuna. lhnebeen hund enmeare their out. I lost names, Craw- shook an empire and destroyed a re"'What tiv.iig to figure out whether thinking had ligion. ti in it made time while in Detroit, ford? I bdt have been unable to reach a Charlemagne once caught his sec" 'Cocoa,' replied Crawford. 6.iM-f- n tory rVnult. The two kin( retary kissing the emperor's daughi urn"'Hut there are two,' I reminded ter at midnight. The lady, that her .. oiifiiM' the stronger considanil in some of the hotels of him. er lover's footsteps might not be traced "'One does for both,' replied tho in the snow, carried him home on I nty two clock, have been put p , ..tu doing standard tune, and the old man. 'They're always together her back. The emperor heard of it, i r un tune J do not know what come and go at the same time. And, and made her take the secretary for a!, h in I i.f tune they do on the rock anyhow, I'm not going to worry mythe rest of her life, which she was nnd really my only self into a decline by thinking up not at nil unwilling to do. p. .if the eity, r .ill dton of the place is a good dogs' name-- .' " N. Y.Tiinc.--. When Cardinal John of Lorraine to the duchess of d tt'ui which was up to the standard, WOMEN WEEP FOR BRIGAND. was lb al!v there seemed to be more time Savoy she gave him her hand to kiss, and Death of Prince Lordkiplnldse Visibly Af- greatly to the indignation of the in Detroit than anything el-fected Russian Society. vl.cn aked why the city insisted irate churchman. "How, madam," Female society in Russia - all CAclaiined he; on UMtig un time I was told that "am I to be treated h'.mdard time was railroad time, and broken up over the untimely end of in this manner? 1 kiss the queen, tl ,it if they adopted it they would Prince Lordkipinidse, the gayest my mistress, who is the greatest In (oiueding homething to the rail-- r dancer and most reckless queen in the whole world, and shall of id, which of course the people of sea-o- n for St. Petersburg's winter I not kiss you, a dirty little duchess? main ears. According ti n I'ingree's state would not do. would have you know I kissed to the Milwaukee Sentinel, his highJJv the way, but few pen-oseem to ladies and of as, great or ness died in Tillis at the hand- - of the greater family than yours." Withknow that primarily, for the conwho executioner, czar's deftly out more ado, he made for the lips venience of the railroads, what we strangled him, with the aid of a of the haughty Portuguese princess, now call standard time was agreed silken cord, between the head and and, despite her resistance, kissed upon in this country in 1883. shoulders, for when not making love her of this mutual understanding three times on tho mouth before benefit of the railroads we in the capital the prince followed he released her, with an exultant ir the find a curious condition in a number the trade of the lamented Jesso laugh. to death of the- utics of the country. We find .James. He was sentenced Rut in some quarters of the globe holding up 37 coaches in tho two kinds of time, just as I found in for trie practice is not favored, if, indeed, i)i troit For instance, standard time Caucasus and shooting a dozen or it is known. Xew Zealanders, ut Boston is 1(5 minute blower than more of his victims, all men. "To Papuans, and Esquimaux the ladies tie local time, or sun time, four reports of he wns lovely," say the arc still to be civilized in this rehis trial. Many women spect, and Africa is the largest minute- - (.lower at New York, eight testified that he treated them to area on the face of the earth. ni'iiutctf fiibter at Washington, 11) faster ut Charleston, 28 min- candy, ten and fruit after taking their John Ruivynn denounced it in no minutes utes Blower nt Detroit, 18 minutes valuables. "And he was as gallant- measured terms, and the Puritans Fru Diavolo in tho filter at Kan.-a-s City, ten minutes ly dressed as another enthusiastic lookcel upon it with extreme disfasaid blower at Chicago, one minute faster opera," vor. Lrnder the "blue laws" of Conwitness, "and shot dead in my pres- necticut no woman was allowed to at St, Louis, 28 minute faster at Silt Lake City, nnd ten minutes ence one of his band who had fright- kiss even her child on the Sabbath fasti r ut Sun I'rancisco. These dif-f- c ened my children for fun." or fasting day, under heavy penalWoman in a New Field. ties. renccrt confute the stranger when the two kinds of time are used, but From Chicago comes the news that Important Postscript. the natives do not seem to mind it." woman has conquered still another There is an ancient and more or field, over which man formerly Strong Drinks from Vegetables. She is now less substantially founded tradition reigned supreme. Some terribly potent liquors, it employed in the stock Jurds that no woman can write a letter is suul, can be distilled from the in Chicago, the last place in without adding a postscript of more and also from the world that one would ex- importance than all the rest of the the null; of the cocoanut. The Jappect to find her. To ho sure, she missive. A witty Frenchman conanese make a beverage from plums does not actually slaughter the ani- tributes the latest story on this fruitand the ilowera of the motherwort mals, but even that may come in ful topic One morning he received und the peach. The Chinese protime. In the packing and cunning a long and charmingly written letter duce several qualities of spirit of women from a woman whose hnndwriting he from rice and peas, all of them in- factories some thousands failed to recognize. She was evidenttoxicating, besides which they can have taken the places of men; if tho ly acquainted with him, for she wrote make nnalcoholic drink from mut- business grows, us it has done in the of persons ami things in which he lust there year.--, thousands more will ton. The work is light, was interested. At the end of some find positions. Hack Talk. of feminine prattlocnme is teclinicnlly called "kitchen work," dozen page this postscript: "You will see by my That which some peoplo cull rep- and consists in the cutting of dried artee is really buck talk. Atchison beef, packing of enns, shilling of new signature that am ninrricd." Chicago Chronicle. . Globe. sausages, etc. Scientific American. Who aTimes-Democra- j& rPVi j" a ooo( 'Twlxt Two IJuby Lips Lured on a Lover. "v. ctro, The French Prima Minister Started Oul in Lifo as an Abb:. "Once a priest, alway- - a priest," plf SSJ r- tXSt? - fc l xw - ffj V according to the canon law. If so, the French republic has for the first time a priest ut the head of the government as prime minister, says London Truth. The premier tct out in life as the Abbe Combes, but soon threw aside the soutane, or prie-tl- y gown. After being n doctor of theology he became uu M. J)., and had the good luck to be, as republican mayor of a com mil ue, wheie he practiced in the Charelite Inferioure, persecuted by Mac.Mahon's "Moral Order" government. Ry rapid ucce.ivp effort- of universal suirrage he, in consequence, became again mayor, county councillor and senator. He N now, though but (57, nmong the emor of the elected member of the senate, where he soon took a leading place as a useful member. In no haste to shine as a speaker, he distinguished himself n a member of special committees, and then ns a reporter on bills. He spenks remarkably well, nnd always out of knowledge of the subject with which he hnd todenl. Ry his application to business tin- - little man he is a puts to shame his big colleagues. M. Combes is a good writer, and has considerably added to bis income by furnishing articles on psychological subjects to t he papers, and on physiological and historical subjects to --hard-working to -- . i .rr -- jjzzrx. z&tt'V - h ti f - . " A '& !3- - z ISssr-Ti'- J ,.!' iiAxr ?" t r ' y Clilcnito Tlint' n kooiI ultinr" Kcta nun jr. haul, boyi, hut it'a a pltr Hint the Chicago Dally News. MicKeat obi - i THE ART PRESERVATIVE. Some 1 the reviews. He distinguished him- - d ! 'b a . v 1 ki-s- es 1 i- 1 inisiiu-di-rstoo- d. i, - self by a work on "La Psychologic dc Suint Thomas d'Aquin," the great Catholic doctor of theology and He also di ected the soul of St. Theresa, and went into the cau-e- of "l'inferioritcdes races physical and mental. He demonstrated his thesis in this instance with a crowd of examples. As an M. D. he never lost literary style, which he cultivated in youth a- - professor of ut the School (or college) of the A umption at Nimes. His literary style has derived body from medical studies. M. Combca hnd a very large provincial practice before he betook himself to legislation ns a senator. As a doctor in hot hnste to render assistance to his many patients, he acquired his peculiar way of running when he walk.--. The breath of scandal has never who is a true touched this philosopher. He ha- - known how to bide his time, how to be thoroughly useful in his sphere, nnd hns found too much enjoyment in activity to care for wealth. His quarter's salary, what money he can make with his pen, nnd a small independent income, amply suffice for his wants. cas-ui-try. roy-ale- ," lu-to- ry st, FISH AND LEPROSY. Various Theories Regarding the Disease-ContagiBut Not Hereditary. ous, pre-ente- A discussion of a lepro-- y was held at Medico-Chirurgical recent meeting of the e, Society of Loudon, says I heart-break- er 1 He-.in- -c - Ta-hitian- s, non-kissi- the Medical Record, the special point discussed being the etiology of the disease. According to a report cabled to the Xew York Times, Dr. Hansen, of Rergen, contended that leprosy was entirely contagious, and that to prove Hutchinson's theory it would be necessary to discover the bacillus of leprosy in the cured fish. He declared that the people of Norway were now eating more fish than ever before, yet leprosy was disappearing because of its strict segregation. He said that several Norwegian lepers had emigrated to the United States, and that their descendants were unleprous, which went to prove that leprosy was not hereditary, but simply contagious. Dr. Thin also supported the contagion theory. Mr. Jonathan Hutch-in-ohowever, stoutly reiterated his belief, which ho aid had been strengthened by his recent researches in South Africa, that leprosy resdlted from eating badly-cure- d fish, lie declared his faith that the leprous bacillus would soon be found in the fish, nnd he reasserted his reasons for his experience for not believing the disease to be contagious. n, Extent of His Worldly A Goods. minister whose first parish was in the backwoods of the west, was called upon to officiate at the wedg felding of a rather low and a blooming young woman. The ceremony was performed in tho n home of the bride's parents. There were many guests present, and a pleasant in formality prevailed. When the bridegroom the words: "With all my worldly goods I thee endow," a tall and lank guest innocently observed: "Thar goes Hank's houn' dawg, by gum!" LippmcoU'd. seedy-lookinlog-cabi- 1 voted to special topics, nnd nn advance only in the classes devoted to news topics nnd to general reading. on printing and publishing, recently from the census bureau, The total circulation per issue of bring out some interesting facts. dailies was enough to supply one for every five inhabitants. The total The reports show a capital of invested in the 22,312 es- circulation per issue of weeklies and tablishments reporting for the in- monthlies was one to two inhabidustry. This sum represents the tants. "Of nil the minor geographical divivalue of land, buildings, machinery, sions the southern north Atlantic tools and implements, and the live New York, New Jersey and Penncapital utilized, but docs not include the capital stock of any of the cor- sylvania show the most strikingad-vnnc- c in the proportion of the total porations. The value of the prodcirculation reported. In circulntion ucts is returned nt $347,055,050, to produce which involved an outlay of of daily newspapers all states and in$30,090,719 for salaries of officials, territories showed a decided crease. In circulation of weekclerks, etc.; $81,219,889 for wages; the southern publications $55,897,529 for miscellaneous ex- ly south Atlantic group showed a depenses including rent, taxes, etc., nnd $8G,85G,290 for materinls used, crease, but all other groups of states mill supplies, freight nnd fuel. The and territories showed a moderate total number of salaried officers, in- increase. In circulation of monthly was shown cluding proprietors and firm mem- publications a decrease in the southern south Atlantic and bers, is given as 37,709, an increase the western south central groups; of 33.1 per cent, in ten years. The elsewhere in the United States the average number of wage earners in increase was very large." 1900 i reported as 13G,83G. A DEPRAVED BABY. Among the general conclusions of It Sleeps for Mother, But Stays Awake the bulletin nre the following: to Entertain Father. "The proportion of inhabitants to A fond father says that nowhere is dailies decreased in 31 states and territories, showing a marked gain in there to be found as well developed a the number of dailies, in proportion brand of natural depravity as that inAll states bor- which animates a to the population. and fant, nnd he tells this story in condering upon the gTeat lakes, 15 out of 21 seaboard states showed firmation of his opinion. The other evening he was left alone an increase in the proportionate number of daily newspapers to the num- with his tiny son and heir. The ber of inhabitant-- . The states in youngster's mother went to the thewhich the dailies lost ground were, ater. His aunt went out also, nnd so in general, those in the far north- did his nurse, nnd the man was left west, where the weekly made its prin- in full possession of "the field. About seven o'clock, with sublime cipal gain.- two branches of the in- disregard for modern rules, which say "When the dustry are separated as far as sep- babes must be put unon a bed and aration of products so closely related left to go to sleep by themselves, the is possible the total value of all father began to rock his child to book and job printing products is sleep. And he rocked nnd crooned about equal to the total value of all and walked steadily from that time distinctive newspaper products; the until nine. Then, t he infant having finally sucformer, including the printing and cumbed to "'nature's sweet restoier," publishing of music, being or 18.7 per cent, of the to- he arose, and as if walking on eggs, tal, and the latter $175,789,010, or carried his burden stealthily to the bedroom, put it down as gently as 50.7 per cent, of the total. invested in both possible, nnd withdrew. Alasl how"The capital branches of this industry showed a ever, in closing the door it squeaked marked increase, while the value of a bit, and Mr. Baby was as wide awake products per establishment declined. us ever, nnd he remained as chirpy as locust until his mother The number of establishments in the a newspaper and periodical branch, came home at 11. Next evening and here's where proportionately S3 to every 100 publications in 1890, remained nearly the depravity comes in mother was statiqnary in 1900, being SI to every home, and aunty and all the rest of the family; so Mr. Baby went off to 100 publications. At all newspaper and periodical sleep at six o'clock, as usual. "Of G3.3 per cent, were eight he fell out of bed with a dull establishments owned by individuals, 19.7 percent, thud that went to the maternal heart in partnership and only 17 percent, like a dagger. But he didn't even stir. His fond parents picked him by corporations, indicating that comunup and carried him to the light, fearbinations of any consequence are ing all sorts of thing-- , and then, and likely iu this industry. decade there was an not until then, did the youngster "During the increase in tho proportion of daily, open his eyes and smile a cherubic triweekly, semiweekly and monthly smile into the anxious faces bending publications, indicating that the first over him. Then he went off to sleep three mentioned have attracted sup-po- jt again, none the worse for the accifrom the weekly, and that the dent. "But why," asked the bewildered monthly has drawn away support man, "why will a baby who is aroused from the quarterly. "Weekly publications were most by the slightest creaking ofa door numerous 'in proportion to inhabi- one night, when his mother isn't tants in the west and northwest. Now home, fail even to wake when he falls Knglaud ranked high in dailies but out of bed the next?" And it is a problem, now, isn't it? low in weeklies, suggesting that in Baltimore News. that densely settled region the daily Regulated by the State. hnd to some extent supplanted the weekly. During the deende the numThe price of medicine in Prussia ber of inhabitants to each weekly is regulated by the state, a new price publication increased in 20 out of list being published every year. 19 states, but in less than half of the Promises. fitutcs and territories did the increase in the number of weeklies keep puce A good idea is not to promise to da with the increase iu population. too much. Atchison Globe. $2'Jri,-517,072 Interesting Figures Concerning Printing and Publishing. The general figures of a bulletin "There was a marked decline in the proportion of publications de- 1 $1G8,-930,70- 7, 17-yc- ar jgSjajiMatHiL-.i-it-j.- . , SrV .1 BwKSJVf vjsgOKeaKL . &C K. O. WALKER, f Publisher! WALTER WALKER, Manager. I OBITUARIES:-X- ot vl exceeding 10 lines All rrill be published free of charge. over 10 lines at 5 cents per line. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT:-?- !. 00 .., W. II. Herrin.stock Uiyerof Cave LITTLE GIRL KILLED. rtocK, in., says: i uon- Malarial Tablet for vari"u niiments they have cured me of rlulK biliousness and torpid lirer, and I do not Instate in Deaths pitchfork Driven Into the Brain and Prominent People Married-Tsaying they are the best ami t heaest of Little May Murphy Falls Dead. in One Family Brick Kiln their kind in the United States Tim h only the remark oj ono man. try them Erected. Pru-and be convinced of their merit 2.V: wkl by all druggists in the count) DYCUSBURG. u-- -i. X00OOOOOOO80OO0OOOO0s wo Summer Bargains j ! tutI f ..T. I 11 11 f I . J A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. DiL-T- wo children of shot at it neiiro Wm. Millikan dance in Bell county Throe may nifln wnrfl Four And some arc not, but we give you We carry 100 i of this vicinity, died this week, within Little May Murphy, aged twelve two days of each other, aged 4 and 2 ANNOUNCEMENT. years, was the victim of one of the years. The younger child died Tuesday most heartrending accidents that and the other Thursday. Tho deaths FOR CONGRESS. by a disease similar to chohas ever occurred in this county. were caued We are authorized to announce lera. She was a daughter of Mr. Antho OLLIE M.JAMES Married-- Mr Wm Smith, Sr,, of Liv ny Murphy, residing near Hurri- ingston county and Mrs Mattie Johnson a candidate to represent the First District of Kentucky in Congress, subject cane. Sunday little May was vis- of Djcusburv were united in marriage to the action of the Democratic party. iting the family of Mr. Robert Wednesday evening tne Mia, ai p. in. Threlkeld. Mr. Threlkeld's two at the beautiful country home of the FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF officiating. sous, accompanied by Miss May, groom, Rev i Robert Johnson APPEALS. 72 years of age and has 'Mr. Smith went to the barn to feed tho horses been a widower one year. The age of We are authorized to announce One of the boys climbed into the the bride is SO years and she hai been a JUDGE T. J. NUXN bft and began to throw hay into widow 30yer. The bridal party, con a candidate for Judge of the Court of, sisting of tho bride and groom, Mr and Appeals subject to the action of the a stall in which the girl and his L. Burks, Mr and Mrs T, F. Democratic party. The lat- Mrs C. crossed and ferry at this place brother were standing. Xewcom, the ter requested him to throw down in the afternoon and proceeded to tho 3." Ollie James, John the pitchfork The boy in the loft home of Mr Smith, where tho minister The "Big What a stumbled and fell into the stall, and festive board awaited them Mrs. Rhea, A. O. Stanley. powerful team they will prove in holding the fork. The fork struck Smith is a sister of Mesars J. II. and llo (ilea-- ; the little girl and one of the steel bert Clifton, and is well known for her Washington. Henderson good words and works, Mr Smith is a ner. prongs was driven into the fore- man of energy and fine intellect and has head, penetrating the brain. Lit- much earthly goods with which to enVincent Boreing received the tle May caught the fork and pull- dow the companion of his declining nomination for Congressman in ing the prong from her head said: years. A large circle of friends and rel the Republican primary in the "Oh, you like to have stuck that atives in tho two countiei extend pleas Eleventh district, Monday, over fork in my eye." She fell to the ed congratulations. A game of baseball at Koon, Aug. 1st Col. D. G. Colson. ground and expired in a few min- between theDycusburgand Koon mines utes. Four inches of the prong resulted in Dycusburg 10 scores, Koon 0 The Federal pensioners on July were driven into the head. scored. last year 1st numbered 9W.1-1G- : It was a most deplorable and un W. L. Beiinott is constructing a brick there were 997,733. Legislation fortunate accidentcasting a gloom plant at this place, and will be able to enacted by the last congress will over the entire community. May supply all demands in 30 days. Misa Dunn of Paducah is visiting Miss result in an increase of 10,000 new was a bright little girl and greatly Ada Dycus. pensioners. beloved. Mr. John Charles, of Missouri, but for merly of this place, is visiting here. The Crittenden Press issued a SPENCER DORR HURT. Mrs.J.M. Graves is quite ill. mining edition several days since, Miss Mary Finloy of Marion is a guest that was replete with raining news of Miss Lucy Gregory. of that county. It was handsome-lMiss Marion Richards will teacn in illustrated and a credit to the Falls from a High Pole and is the Grimes district. Messrs Walker. Boone County Seriously Injured. J. II. Clifton and family are at Daw Recorder. eon. Miss Minnie C&scidy will return from Hon. W. I. Clark, of Southland Eddyville and make her home with her Mr. Spencer Dorr, formerly of sister, Mrs C. T. Glenn. has just returned from Frankfort Mrs Griftin and Miss Harp, of Mo., and expresses himself as being this city, now a resident of St. greatly encouraged over his pros Louis, was the victim of a distres- have been the guests of Mrs M, B. pects of receiving the appoint- - j sing accident Friday, and narrow- Charles. ment as circuit judge to fill out ly escaped death. He is in the Miss Ida Low Ramage will accompany her aunt, Hancock, to Lou term of Judg3 employ of the St. Louis Subur- isville on her Mrs Almahome, ami attend the unexpired return ban street car line. He was at school in that city this fall. Nunn. work on a post thirty-riv- e feet V. B. Charles is at home from a sucIlls. of Henderson, high, when he received a shock cessful revival at A. O. Stanley, Mesdames Brown and Wadlington from a live wire, lost his hold on was nominated by the Democrats spent last week in Marion. the pole end fell, striking the pav- gie Moore accompanied them Miss Mag of the Second district, for home. in the primary Saturday, ed street below. He was picked Thomas Johnson of Iuisville who, stopping at Dawson, The fight for the nomination was up in an unconscious condition. with his wife, is here la.t week. The spine was splintered, an ankle visited relatives a warm one, and a heavy vote was school will be taught by J. R. Our polled. Stanley, of Henderson; broken, an arm injured, and sev- Glass and wife. Taylor, of Daviess county, and eral painful bruises and cuts susMiss Percy Bennett, of Princeton, is a Brasher, of Hopkins, were the tained. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dorr, guest of Mrs P. K. Cooksey. Maley & Wentz, Lumber company, of of this city, parents of the injured candidates. Evaniville, Ind., have two barge loads man, were notified, and Mrs Dorr of extra good white oak, poplar and wal law was so amended left at once for St. Louis. The nut now at the landing ready for shipThe bird ment to their mill at Evansrille. They at the last session of the legisla- young gentleman is getting along have removed thair taams to Livingston Hiram Kelso, of OIney. Ills., ture that nearly every wild bird in nicely, and although his injuries creek. a success of buying and delivering are of a very serious nature, his made the State worth protecting, is now the lumber. j dio. Fayetto Frayser, merchant uf Cave in Roek, Ills, said: I have used Hill'sSpe citic in my family for thtvo or four yean my children cry for it. Children all oer the United States cry for Hill's Specific as there is nothing that will gip relief in so short order a Hill's SpocthY. price 'J5c; for salo by'all patent medicine ileal ers in the county. Tim man who maiutnins his self respect is sure of the respect of his fellows. The secret of health lays in the regu larity of the bowels, and when they are irregular the syotem will .kxw be over loaded with different complaints, it is always best to guard against uch con conditions. If you do this in the right way jou'll tike a Iwxof Hill's Universal Pills. They are system cleansers, they work while you sleep and leave u bad for wile eiery aftereffects. Pric where. cents ior every uuiiur yuu spcuu the year round. vymi us, y a full line of Y Bed Koom Mnts, Dining Room Furniture Chairs and Rockers Wardaobes and Safes Iron and Wooden Beds, Mattresses and Springs, Sofas and Cots. In f.u't o en thine needful in the of your home, and our motto always is furtmliii The Right Goods at the Right Prices Commissioner's Sale ! In Wall 1 Paper and Paints Crittenden Circuit Court, Kentucky Lydia M. Johnson, etc.. Plff. . J tviuity Against E. U. Easlejr, etc., ...Deft. Uy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Crittenden Circuit Court, rendered at the March torm thereof, 1002, in the above cause for the sum of with interest at the rate of., .per cent, per annum from the day of HO until paid, and costs herein. I shall proceed to offer for flalo at the Court house door in Marion to the high est bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, the 11th day of August, 1KB, at one o'clock, P. M., or thereabout, being Court dayt, upon a credit of six and twelve months the following des cribed property, to wit; Situated in Crittenden county, Ky., on the wnters of Wolf creek and loun ded as follows: VUliTT TIUCT. we have strong lines. The late designs in paper to 2fi cents. The beat painta for outside ai. , from inside purposes. Building Material Siding, Ceiling, Flooring, Cornice, Lumber, Fraim Ks Shingles, Laths, Doors,' Windows and Glass. mates on buildings furnished. If you have )oir own lumber we can make your flooring, siding, eli We do first class work. -- y j J I BOSTON & WALKER. OCXX i Cave-in-Roc- Con-gres- s, The new law is construed to mean that no birds besides thoso specified can ever be taken in captivity a construction which, if correct, will rolease nearly all caged birds outaide of canaries, and places a penalty of from $5 to thirty days in jail upon every person who robs a nest, or is found with forbidden birds, either dead or alive, in possession. Many opinions as to the division of the next house of representatives are being given at this time by members of the Democratic and Republican congressional committees. Both parties claim control of the lower house. The Republican managers profess to believe that the next house will be easily Republican, although they do not claim their majority will be more than 22. The Republican majority in tho present house is J7, and taking into consideration 'the fact that tne next house, by virtue of the apportionment act passed by the Fifty-sixt- h congross will have 29 moro members than the present house, it is plain that they figuro on heavy losses throughout tho country. On the other hand, at Democratic headquarters in Washington, a most sanguino feeling prevails over tho outlook for party gains, and preliminary estimates placo tho Democratic majority in tho next houso its benefioiary. chances for recovery are good. Killed by a Train. Claud Land, a young man residing at Blackford, was killed Thurs day by a work train, on the Kentucky Western branch, about two miles from Blackford. Land was at work with tho Bection crew loading dirt on tho flat cars. As the train Btarted out on one of its trips Land atteraptod to get on the car containing the tank of water. He misBed the car and fell under the train; an arm and a leg wero cut on by tho wheels, and other injuries inflicted. Accident occured at one o'clock in the afternoon and tho unfortunate man died at eight o'clock in the evening. Hampton Campmeeting. July 30th the town board appointed F B. Dycus and Abe Hallowell to fill vacancies caused by the resignation of two members. On the resignation of J. A. Graves asjpolice judge B. F. Barnes was recommended to the office and has received his commission for tho same. Wm Smith, jr., and family, of Livingston visited Mrs Fred Ramage Sunday. Deeds Recorded. Sarah O. Wright to Daniel Parker, eight acres on Caney creek, Spees, houso and lot in Marion, $550. A. M. $75. Mrs. Susan J. Threlkeld to J. C 41 $100. E. R. Williams to Ann Gilbert, house and lot in Marion, $375. R. A. LaRue to A. T. Pope, mineral rights on 2(5 acres land, $400 Henry Rutter to J. M. Walker, ker, 1 acres $32. James Walker to Kentucky Mineral company, mineral rights, Gilbert, Mollie Williams, r I at 33. szacrffTaiffircaiggea until it cured her and all her experience goes to show It is the best croup mediCV mo in to soo us; wo will make cine in the world; a lrial will tho price to fit your pocket book, you it's unrivaled for Throat convince and Lung on all kinds of goods. diseases. Guaranteed bottle 60c and 1, Taylor & Hurley. Trial bottle free at II K Wooda. !2lktSrkrS5sWWw "C- Henry M. Rutter to Kentucky camp meeting Mineral company, mineral rights will begin Aug. 7th and continue on 124 acres on Deer creek. ten days. Sam L. Rutter to Kontuoky The committee in charge are Mineral company, mineral rights doing all in their power to make this the best meeting ever held at on 21 acres on Deer creek, $300. this place. Tho camp ground ho-tAll Were Saved. has been repaired and enlarged and is now a commodious two sto"For years I suffered uutold misery ry building, sufficiently large to frym Bronchitis," writes II J Johnson, atTord accommodations to all who of Broughton, Ga., 'that often I was un wish to attend. able to work. Then, when everything Tho services will be conduoted else failed I was wholly cured by Dr. by Rev J. ,7. Smith, J, W. Big-haMiss Bertie Crowo and oth- King's New Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered intonaleo from Asthma ers, The Hampton el Beginning at a stone, K. W. Woods corner, thence with his line S 88 W rw poles to a stone, thence S H. K 1.T0 oIm to a stone and white oak thence X 70 N Hy virtue ( an ecuti.n. K 78 joles to a stone, It. Neat's corner, 11 frxirii the thence N 10J W 93 joles to the lgui dirvc'tMl U in nh it'll ning, containing CO acres more or leas. clerk's ott1c f the CrittemWn Circuit V. BUirall aaiw--t Court, in farorof SKCOM! TIUCT M. (mltr for thc.xuin Bounded as followsBeginning at a Ciro. II. ami Dollar and rent, I. stone, running thence S Gi W K) pole to uf .. or one of my rietrtili, will, m Monday a stone, Reuben Woods corner, thence S 69 poles to a stone, Tom Davis' cornor the lltli ilny of August, UOi. a. in., awl '2 N'OTi E GO poles to a white oak, thence the Uoum of 10 o'clock, o'clock, . m., at the court houso (loir N 10 poles to a stone, thence E 1.12 pole to a white oak in Dellaven's line, thence in Marion, iu Crittctfdeis county, Ky.. with said line N 90 poles to a stone, oxro-- e to Pl'IiLIC S.I,K to tUo highest thence S 70 W 120 poles to a stone, bidder, the folio iou jirojrty tor so thence X G poles to a black oak, thence much thereof a may bn iecti.ary to west to the beginning, containing 77 satisfy IMaintilT's debt, Interest, and acres more or less. Less 2SJ acres sold coali", to wit: Tho tindirkled otw MTnth interest in by decedent, Ellas Easley to Caleb W. ami to nil that surroy of land owned by DeHaveu and Ixninded as follows: Beginning at a whito oak in Fannie Wm liradley Cnder at tha time of his Mullen's line, running S 25 E 11 1 poles d o.i tli, oontaininc KVl acred morn or Ih , to a stone, thence S 80 E 2ir', poles to a in Crittondun county, Ky.. on the wat stone, thence S 1.1 E 10 poles to a post era of Crookwl Crock and bow occupied in C. W. Dellaven's line, thence with l) the widow of V. 11. ('ruler and od same W GTiJ poles to a stone, thanceS 10 subject to hur life intret iu anid land poles to a white oak, thence S IT W .10 and lovied at the roterty of (!eo. H.Cridor. poles to a stone, Stavana' corner, thence TKK.MS: Sale mil made on a N 58 poles to a stone, thence to the Ih ginning, containing twenty eight and credit of nix month!, bond with iipprur-esecurity required of the purrhn-e- r, one half acres by survey. with interact from date At lite rnto of Or sufficient thereof to produce tho (i r cent pvr annum, ami hating tho sums of money so ordered to le made. For the purchase price the purchaser, forro nntl otfwt of a judgment. WitneiM my hand, this il iln of .July, with approved security or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal inter I. V. L.M 1, Slier. H (.'. l est from the day of salo until paid, and having the force and effect of a judg ment. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. L. W. CHUCK, By irtuo of an order of court directed Commissioner. to mo which issued from tho Clerk's ofllcoofthe Crittondun Circuit Court, The lime trust in tho south ad- infnvorcfK.lt Peek ayainht U, vanced tho price of lime from six- McCollum for the sum of teen to twenty-tw- o cents per bush- Dollars and cents, 1 or one of my el. deputies, will, on Friday the Sth day of August 1002, hotweon the hours of 10 o'clock, n. m., nnd o'clock, p. m., at DR. FENNER'S K. H. Pcok's mill on tho Iambi of J. M. Hiley, on Clayllrk creek, in Crittenden county, Ky., expose to PUHLIC SALK, to the highest bidder, the following property tor bo much thereof as may Imj uocotfsary to satisfy I'laintiir's debt, in torest and costs), to wit. Seventeen hundred cross ties and a lot of strips sawed by K, H. peek nt his mill All dUeaiei of Kidneys, Bjaaaar, urinary orgaai. on tho lands of J. M. Hiley on Clay lick xvusuaumuo, duck. aeti,HcartDliaie.Oravel, creek loued ujwn ns thu projwrty of wropsy, remut Trouoiei. II. McCollum. TKKMS: Sale will bo mndeon a credit Don't become dlicouraged. There Is a cure for you. If write Dr. Fouiier. He ha itpeiit a life time curing lu.t hucu of three months, bond with approved cue an your. AUcouHultatluiii Free. security required of tho purchaser, with "Eight mouths In bed, heavy backache, interest from date at tho rnto of U jwr pain and itorcnets acrm kidneys, cent ior annum, and having tho force Olber roatUm failed. Dr Kidney and Itaekacho Cure cured tno and oirett of n replevin bond. completely. II. WATEUS, Hamlet, N Witness my hand, this 21 day of July ee. Dru gglaU. Mc tl. Atk for Cook - Sheriff's Sale. Sheriff's Sale For Taxes. iul fo. ttren ) virtue of taxes duo the i .lolin T. Pickens, ex S. V rar- - Wd, 1SW, li00 and 1001 I of my deputies will on Mondar ' day of August, 1WK. between t' of 1 o'clock a. m. and ' o'cIuik , the court hour door In Crittet ty Ky , expose to public fa Inflict bidd:r, for canti in I following property, or my mu as may bo nrcesutary to rat amount of Uxea due and cost ' fO acrei land in Pinry precir ' duo by L. P. Jontv for 1SW, I C 1W1, 50 acres of land in Manon No. 'J, near Sam Asher, taxn Un - Mrs Mary Vinmn for 1P00. .V) acres of laud in Marion r tJ, near Sam Asher, taxes du Crider for 1001, lot in Tolu, In Hurricane N esdui) by I. W. Klmsey, f 1 x 5 -- II HOI, 1 Sheriff's Sale! acres of land in Hells Miu N near A. K. Tudor, taxes due Hrantley for 1900 and HOI, lot in Marion precinct .N es due by Dan Hughes for nnd HOI, lot Jin Marion precinct N ' ' ' es duo by Robert SutchtT for t and HOI, 1 lot in Marion precinct No ' v due by Lige McCain for K't, m i t ' k HOI, 1 lot in Marion .Vi ' ' ' 's ' due by Chas V Harris for K ' ' t4T I lot in Marion precinct No tt I uuo by John Uruco for l'.',, .'SO 1 " '" ' 1 " 1 pn-cinc- t 1 1001. f ' KIDNEY - TO THE TAXTAUh4- Let a hint to the wiso 1k si.'1 I must finish up my eolIectiri tie with the county aud you t i surprised if you boo your land ml for back taxes. This .) uiy m' C. JNO. T. PICKENS, r Backache - CURE Hill's Headache Tablets nr k'1 teed to euro headache of onl "' vous tyw. neuralgia in as l "' ' as it is possible to bo cured ir V "'f'j hnrmless, auro, etrectivo, cci ti ljy' ate.s. Price 23c; for sale I y com " medicino dcalors in the Southdown Sheep. I havo two fino thon h ' remt-dle- s Feu-tier- 's UooW-Fr- V registered Southdown three thoroughbrontl buok lambs for sale, A. 'ck. ,aJ S iitU Ud- SI.YITO,DAME.arVSBa:S.,J 11X2 J. W. LA Ml!, Sheriff CJ, (J. Jm Marion, Kl rf.',i,Hf.,,ji, v rm4ifnk rtw "."?: ' tk I pl&& . L'ubliahor ; OMX DOLLA.K J ( NVAIjKMK, WALTKK WALK EH, iMjuMigor. (JKKTK4.B Insurance Compny HOME $82,000,000. Mr. Amial Iloorlh and family Do you want a Bulky plow; if aro visiting rolativos in KliabotU-town- . bo, soo Coolirnn & Bakor. Aire. VY. II. fliimi, ol Llonolmw, has boon visiting roldtivoa in this city for sovoral dayB. , Tlla. .. I Mrs Suo AdauiB roturnod last Suiiilav froiti Princeton, aftor spending uuvurnl Weeks with rola tivos.. Marion Graded School Begins Its Ninth Annual Session )r. J. K.OInrkoontinuoB to im-prov- o. Soo now sulky plows at Ooclirnn Bukor's. Mr. Sum Murks, of Tolu. was in ' town Frid ny. Joo Holt and family liavo mov nd to HoiiBhaw. Mr .1. 11. I'iorco, of .Salom, was in town .Sunday, y llnrgainB at Mrs, Franks in and notions. A mil-liiior- MiaB Carrio Mooro began i,t 1'roBpoot Monday. Iiitiwyi school southland Saturday. Misa Mary Finloy isviaitiiiK ro. t Dyousburg. Prof CIiiib IJvniiB roturnod from Tnko ad"antago of tlio bargains. Mrs Franks is ofToring. at Taylor & llurloj's. Mr i V. Taylor, of Madison. .illt was in town Friday. Mrs Hugh Hurley visitwl rola. t .US til 'n ncotou last wook. Mr W H. WillKini, of Fords hrr was in town this wook. Friday and Saturday MisHos Faunio and Anna Finloy iro Msitmg frionds in Salom. I'aah for all kinds of produco. Ohio Valloy Produco Co. Hlauk minoral loasos and con-tn- u ta for bhIo at tho Puhbs oilico. Mr. (Jul Dollar and little son, in town Mon- i f Priucoton, woro pi luwn All Blraw liatHuo nt cost and tin-d- or Mr Olho Uowory, of Salom waa is Mrs (i H. CridiT, of Sullivan, tho guoBl of rolativos in this Mrs, KitNunn.of Sullivan has boon visiting rolativos in this nty Host sulky plow on oarth for tho uionoy at Coohran fc Ha-kor- 's Mr A 15. .Jarvis, tho Hondorson tobacco man, wiih in this city last wook (iroo, Tho city council holds its logu-In- r monthly sossiou noxt Tuosuny night Tho County Sunday School con- outioti is in Bussion at tho Hayuos Mr T, M.CJoorgo of Salom wiib rogistorod at tho Franklin Houso Friday. Mr. T. J. Sloamakor has movod from this county to Ulytup, Toil 1I0H800. Mibb Fstollo Walkoris tho uuoat of Miss Virginia Nunn, of Modi-iionvillo. Angolino 'JCinoholoo, of Covington, is tho guoflt of Mrs. Kittingor. Mrs 1). 15. Mooro and children, of Hobrou, aro visiting rolativos in this city. Miss Mr (iill has sold his businosu Shady (Irovo mail carrier to Mr T C (luosa. aa $'J." cash will buy tho famouB I'uclo Sam Bulkoy plow at Coch-ra- n A. Baker's. Kov T. A. Conway and family aro visiting frionds and rolativos in I'mon county. Mr. C. V. Cnllio. of Paducah. was tho guost of frionds horo Friday and Saturday. Tho Pinoy oamp mooting Friday. Thoattondanco will b) as largo us usual. Born to tho wifo ot Mr. Julian AiiiBworth, Friday, a lino boy, woighing twolvo pounds. bo-gi- ns Cnion prayor mooting BorvicoB will bo hold horo this ovoning at tho Proabytorian church. Mrs. (.3. 11. Whitocotton and chililron, of Sturgis, visitotl thoir friends at this placo this wook. Attorney Joo B. Champion was called to Livingston county last wook by tho illuosB of his brothor, Mr Thos Champion. Wo pay tho highott markot nrico in cash for ohickoiiB. ockb. and wool. Ohio Valloy Produco Co. Mr. C. E. Doss has purohasod an iuterost in tho tolophono at Sa. Itiiii. nn Hint liin nuntmnnra will have froo use of the tolophono. Tho Magnot laundry is tho best and children laundry, one trial will convince of Mrs II. A. Hodgo tho guosts of I Louisville, woro you; Jas Ilicklin, agont. Mrs R. C. Walkor Friday and SatInsures Against Loss by Fire. Mossrs. W. J. J. Paris, James urday. '.'Lightning, Windstorms and: Honry and ErnoBt Paris were in Mr A L. Patrick, tho stockman, CTornadOCS, 0D tho Cash. Sinale Elizabolhlown, HI,, this wook. wants good horses and mules. Ho Noto or I installment Plan anil refers 10 any or ino many tnousanus wno Mr. M. 0. Forbos, tho woll will be in Marion Saturday and linvo been nromntly naid for loss known hardware uiorchanl of Monday. bv Fire, LiKhtnitiK, Wind-Btoror Uopkinsvillo, was in our city last . 'loninilo. or to nny Hanker or Huh! Fow summor goods just receiviiohh miin in Americn, wook. ed; call and see thorn. Under same management as preeeeding eight Inwuro in tlio "Home" Got the Hestl C. B. Loyd, Mon-da- y Mr. Claud, W. Lamb loft II'h tlio Chunicat. years. Frcdonia, Ky. for Fornwood, Miss , whoro ho I; J. H. MORSE, Solicitor & Recorder will bn omployod as a stonogrn-pho- r. MARION, ICY. Mr. R. 13. Dronnan of Prtducah, Common School Course Educates for Business proprietor of tho New Richmond High School Course Educates for Power Mr. II, A. Ingram and son Wil Hotol, was tho guoBt of relatives at this placo this wock. Increased Facilities liam, loft for Momphis Monday. Educates for Life Monday is county court day. Mrs Ingram will join her husbaid Friday ovoning, at hor pretty Dr, Driskill whs in Blackfoid noxt wook For boarding or renting rates, write to or call on homu north of the city, MiBS Stelhint wook, la Thurmau ontorlained a fow of Persons having mocking birls Mr. Sam Gugonlioim was in Ev. cagod aro liable to a (ino and im- her frionds in a most charming CHARLES EVANS, Supt. Marion, Ky. nnrtviPo Sunday. prisonment, according to a law manner, passod by tho last logislaturo, Mr A. J, Morton of Salom was Wheat Wanted Mr. Thomas B. Loo, of Plum Ohio Valley Produce Co. in town Sunday. Point, Turin., who has boon visitMr. J. P. Piorco is in Hopkins ing Dr. W. J. J. Paris and family, The I'i8li fry and ice cream sup-po- r county this wook. at Weston Saturday night, unto his homo Monday. returned der tho management of Messrp. Mr. Al. Swansoy, of Kuttawa, Missos Clara and Ellio Thui. W. D. Cain and Harry Haynes, was in town this wook. man, of Hastings, Nobraska, and was a success. The nffair was Miss Melville Glonu visitod MiBS Nona King, of nonshaw, aio groatly onjoyod by a largo crowd. tho guests of Mrs Albert Cannan, frioiulB in Smithlaud last weok. Tho protractod mooting at the P.ova. W. K. Gibbs and 13. B C. P. chinch iB oxpoctod to begin Wo still have a low copies of Blackburn are conducting a veiy tho fourth Sunday in October and tho Illustrated Edition forsalo. successful mooting at Mt. Olivet, continue two or three weeks Rev, Miss Maria Liudly, of Salom, is this county. There has been W .11. D D, of Hopkins, the guoHt of Mrs Itossio Duval. conversions villo, is oxpoclcd to assist in the Mr. Harry Oppouhoimut was in Bring us your wheat, mooting Henderson Monday and Tuosday. Mr. J..U. Gilbort. ono of our will pay highest market local blacksmitliB, is manufactur- ISold Only by TAYLOR & HURLEY, Marion, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Sep Uaynos ro. ing an ointment for all diseases of tu mod to DoLand, Florida, Mon price in cash. It Needs a Tonic. day. Ohio Valley Produce Co. tho horse's hoof. Ho soils it on a guaranloo ami parties who have Thoro are times when your liver noeds Mr. Joel P Doboo, of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs, Morritt, Mrs. M. horses sutroring from a diseased n tonic. Don't givo purgatives that grip is tho guoBt of rolativos in this D. Ilonoy and bou Percy roturnod hoof should consult Mr. Gil and weaken. PoWitt's Littlo Karly Riscity. Thursday from St. Louis. Mrs. bort. ers e.viel all, iwison from tho system and A L'ood mniiv L'uostfl have loft Morritt lias boon ill for sovoral Thoro will be a called meeting act as tonic to tho livor, V Scott, KU of Princeton Prosbytory at Pinoy Crittenden springs during tho pnst weeks. Highland avonuo, Milton, Pa., says: "1 wook. havo carried DoWitt's Littlo Early RisMr. Hampton, of Caseyvillo, a Fork Tuesday. Aug. Pith, at 2 o' ers with mo for sovoral years and would miner of large experience, has su- clock p. in. Itnv T. A. Conwtiv Httended the J F. Prico, S. C. not bo without them," small and pay. Chautauqua at Oweusboro this perceded Mr. J. K. Alvy as mine to take; purxly veflotablo, the never Mr. Alvoy uobb at tho "Lucile." During tho month of August vook. gripo or distress. At Haynes. gocB to Grayson county. September and possibly a part of Mrs K. L. Ormo, of Uniontown, I shall make photographs at OritMisa Nina Furguaon of Spur-goo- tondon springs. bus boon visiting rolativos at this The class of placo. Iud , returned to hor home work I shall nut out is above tho Thursday, after spending sovoral avorao and can not be duplicated Mr and Mrs Sam Long, of weoka with hor sister, Mrs. Mary outside of a city. I solicit tho aro tho guests of Mr. A. Williams of this city. AND THE PLACE, patronage of tho Marion people, Dowoy. TO GET IT" P A largo crowd is attonding tho and will appreciate same. Miss Maggio Mooro tins roturnT. Glusscock. J. Sunday school convention which Is the title of n neat little book just from od from a visit to rolativos in is in session at tho Hayuos Grovo. Dr. C. L. Groy, the optic speci-alisthe press. It discusses the advantages to Noailyallthe Sunday boIiooIb of who had boon in our city for be derived from a thorough BUSINESS or Mr and Mrs Frank Doss will oc- tho county aro represented, several weeks improving the visSHORTHAND education, at o o c oC cupy tho Loyd rosidonco on Bell-vill- o ion of our good pooplo, will only Mrs B. S. Fen wick has returned be horo till tho 1 Dili of t his month, streot. Cook Wanted. INDIANA'S from West Point, after spending Mrs H. H. Dean, of LaCrosso, sovoral wooks with rolativos. Mr. this trip, and if you are having Cook wanted, whlto or oolo J GREATEST SCHOOL Wisconsin, ia tho uost of rolativos Fouwick and family will spond troublo of any kind with your oyos, you should call on him at $1.25 to $1.50 per weok, accor in this city. tho month at Orittondon springs. onco at tho Franklin hotol, whore to work. OF BUSINESS W. R. Cloment, Co-arView, K Tho Ohio Valloy Produco Still in tho ring, with lower pri- you can havo your oyos oxaminod Valuable information for you if you are froo of ohargo and got exactly paying tho highost markot ces than over for cash. going away to school, and want the best Cured Paralysis. what you nood at a reasonable wheat. prico for C. B. Loyd, W. S. Bailey P. O. True, Tox., writos: instruction obtainable. Sent free. Write prico, which you do not havo to Frodonia, Ky. Koy L. Throlkold, clork in tho pay till you got your glarsoB and My wifo had boon Buffering Gvo years for one at once. Address Now Contury hotol at Dawson was . MisB Minnie Spool, of Hampton see that thoy suit you. Quito a with paralysis ia hor arm, when I was in town last wook. diod Sunday morning. Kov W. R. number of our best oitizons have persuaded to use Ballards Snow which cured hor all right. I havo MosdamoB Brown and Wadling-ton- , Gibbs, of this city, conduntod the already taken advantogo of tho funoral services Mi nday. Tho oyos used it for old sores, frost pitos and skin opportunity of having thoir of Dyousburg, visitod friends took placo al tho Robort-so- n Ottod with his One crystal lonsos, oruptions. It does tho wcrl. 2oc, 50c in this city last wook. BUSINESS COLLEGE gravoyard. which aro ground to ordor after and 1.00 bottles at tho drug storo of H. SECOND AND MAIN 8TS. called to Mrs. Will Ktngo was & Tho oilicers and mombors of the your oyos haro boon tested. He K. Woods Co. county Tuosday by tho lTnion EVANSVILLE. INDIANA county Sunday sohool convention is competent and reliable and vyo illness of hor fathor. aro glad to learn that ho will, in to Exchange. Wanted hold a mooting at tho 0. P. church MiBS Poarl Mills, after a visit Tuesday ovoning. Owing to tho futuro, mokorogular trips to our 15 tons of baled hoy for wheat, fow months. with frionds horo, roturnod this inolomonoy of tho woathor, but a city ovory flour, hogs, corn, calvos, colts, cash weok to hor homo in Madiaon-villo- . small audionco was presont, FOR SALE Fiuo malo hog, or good notes; prico 55 cents per f J. W. Phillips, A protracted mooting is in pro- - Jorsoy Rod: woight about 250 lbs. hundrod. Tolu, Ky. Established 1887. 13. E. Thurmau. at tho colored Cumberland MrMolroso Vornon, of Onion Morion, Ky. 'roebyterian church. Rov Simp- nlwJJ county, was tho guoBt of liis Capital fully paid . . . .20,000 Mtb 13, W. Holtsclaw, last son, of Providonco, has ohurgo of The Object of Life Stockholders Liability 20,000 A Baby's Death. wook. tho mooting; sovoral miuistors aro 10,000 assisting him. Thomas Vinson, jr., little son of Is to be Happy. Surplus Von will find it to your advantRov T. V. Joinor, died Monday age to pat roll io tho Magnot launA protracted mooting is in pro- Wo offor to depositors and patrons night altera short illness. Ho dry. Nothing but good work is Sulphur Springs church, was throo years old, a bright and The Time be every facility which their balances, buaidone. tavs Riohio of Priucoton and La protty noss and responsibility warrant. baby. Tho funoral took J W. BLUE, Pres. Ruo, of Lovias, aro doing tho placo Tuosday afternoon at '1 n Sovoral young ladioa and preaching. Much iuterost is g Happy is Now. T. J. VANDELL, Cashier. Rov J". W. Bigham conof tho city woro guosta of tnauitostod. ducted tho sorvicos. The remains and Mrs I. H. Olomont, of CAUI. HICKU.N IC. I.. YKAKKV iIr woro laid to rost in tho now come-torViow, Tuosday ovoning. We pay the highest The Place to be Col. Ham, of Goorgia, tho market price in cash for attraction of tho "Brilli-an- t Happy, is Here, We have plenty Mr. A Business Change. Constellation" lecture course, wheat. nenry Lodbottor, formorly will appoar horo oarly in tho fall. of storage room. of Elizabothtown, Ills., has purTho way to bo happy is to go to and WOODW0RKMEN. ohasod an intoroat in tho furniture If you want to save tnonoy, buy Ohio Valley Produce Co. buainoss, mills and coal yards of HEARIN'S grocory to supply your dry goods, notions, olouung All work rocoivos prompt attention Mr. Oliarlos Champion and Mossrs. Boston & Walker, of this your tablo whoro you will got tho 0. B. Loyd, shoos, otc, of ttiis city Fri- city. Mr. Lodbottor has been ono purost and best goods tho markets and Satisfaction Guaranteed.) passed through Frodonia, Ky. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. day on routo to thoir homo in Chi of tho proprietors of Lodbottor atlord and at prices none of comKoaruoy Blue, agont oogo, from Livingston county, Bros flouring mills at Elizabeth-town- , petitors can meot on Bomo quality The Old Qrllllth Stand Soo that MARION, KV ono of tho largest and most of goods. Como and soo for for tho Kohinoor laundry, gots whoro they havo boon visiting Mr. successful milling plants in IlliyourNork ovory wook, and you Champion'a rolativos. nois, for many yoars, and ho is will havo no oauso to complain. This yoar, as usual, wo will be Thousands Saved By Smithlaud is oxoitod ovor tho known throughout Southern IlliMr and Mrs Goo. M. Cridor, Mr disoovsrv of smallpox. It is ro- - nois as a staunoh and reliable bus- at Pinoy again, hotter prepared DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY s and Mis Will Yandoll, Mr. and ported that five woll dovolopod Tho firm will bo to cator to tho wants of tho camp, iness man. havo boon found in tho family known as Boston, Walkor & Lod- orsand gonoral public than over MrB Thos. Coohian, and Mr. J, M. This wonderful medioino positively oures Consumption, Coughs Frooman and family aro camping ,of Win. Houston, and anothor bottor. boforo. Wo aro making big addihaB boon attaokod. Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneuat Hill Spring. tions to our stables and will mako monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, Notice. Mr. John II. Morao hap Tho work of macadamizing Hoarseness, Sore Throat, te Wo can not rocoivo any nioro tho caro of your horsos a spooial fiiiti nlrnnt is urocrossine rapidly asod an iuterost in tho mj v? Croup and Whooping Cough. by if you ooat, only for grinding purposes, featuro. Don't pass us Tho prinoipol thoroughfaros of the porty of Messrs Ed. Wr No Every bottle guaranteed. on days, as all onr worehonsos want to bo troatod right. Montgomory and otho Cure. No Pay. Price 50o.5t$l. ion. A numbor of solondid street jorty conaists of the Town 'l i Trial bottle free. Marion Milling Co. oroBsinge havo just been com. ead discovered by ' (J, 1002, u Caldwell count' pleted, ::losses paid over t Monday, September 15th, 1902. 1 hov-or- al .1-- L efeSELL n, Fv-ausvil- lo, (aaucauon a "?lfitSMSS CDFFEES ry g. t, 9 ?o. i o Lini-uien- t, LOCKYEAR so-rio- Marion Bank mo-tho- r, gon-tlomo- o'-olo- bo-in- y. Yeakeylft Hicklin BLACKSMITHS fa-mi- ly your-boIvo- s. ca-bo- fa-mi- ly Hearin & Son 'U If fc 'I ' i . 1 "I mm JUi , v ' flfcw. K. 0. WALKER, - LITTLE CIRL KILLED. DYCU8BURC. llti ..i'ii. Malarial Tablets for vannm ailments U.w.l, W. II. llorrln, stock buyer of Cave III 1 In tin fit nx.'ll II ill 1 XOOOQOQQOQKK990QQttOOCOy f they r ' JJ il II j Publisher A WALTER WALKER, Mnnngor. ' uriat Hi 4 L I 'A t i ' Not exceeding 10 linos vill bo published freo of charge All over 10 lines nt f cents por lino. RFSOLUTIONS OF RESPECT:- -! .00 OBITUARIES: and torpid liver, and I do not henlntw in Deaths Pitchfork Driven Into the Brain and Prominent People Mirrled-Tsaying they are the best and t hen pest of Little May Murphy Falls Dead. Brick Kiln n One Family their kind in the United Stales This is only tho remark o; ono man. try them. Erected. nnd tm invinpivl nf tlnir merits. I rice sold by all druggists in the count) wo hao cured me of ('lulls, biliousness Summer Bargains M-H-- ! DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. i. Died. shot id n nogro Two children of Win. Millikan danco in Boll county. Thruo may Four moil wore 9 i ; ' (A i f i f I ih jsh mar - ' f ; r .i s ;j .i , . committeoB. Both parties claim control of the lower house. Tho Republican managers profess to boliovo that tho next house will be oasily Republican, although thoy do not claim thoir majority will be more than 22. Tho Republican majority in tho present house is 17, and taking into consideration 'the fact that the next house, by virtuo of the apportionment act passod by tho Fifty-sixt- h congross will havo 29 inoro members than tlio present house, it is plain that thoy figure on heavy Iosbob throughout tho country. On tho other hand, at Demooratio headquarters in "Washington, a most sanguiuo feeling prevails ovor tho outlook for party gains, nud pre CV mo in to see us; wo will mako liminary estimates placo tho Demthe price to fit your pocket book, ooratio majority in tho next houso on all kinds of goods. at 35. Taylor & Hnrloy, ol of this vicinity, died this week, within dio. Littlo Mny Murphy, ngod twolvo two days of each other, aged I and 2 ANNOUNCEMENT. in Fayette Fraysor, merchant uf years, wns tho victim of ono of tho years. Tho younger child died Tuesday Rook, Ills, said; I hnvo used Hill's Spe most honrtrotuling nccidonts that and tho other Thursday. Tho deaths FOR CONGRESS. cho- cilic in my family for three or four )cnts lias ovor occurred in this county. woro caused by a disease similar to Wo nro authorized to aunouueo my children cry for it Children all oer lera. She was n daughtor of Mr. Anthothe United States cry for Hill's Secilie M. JAMES OLLIE Married -- Mr Win Smith, Sr., of Livny Murphy, rosiding noar Hurri- ingston county and Mrs Mattio Johnson as theru is nothing that will guo relief a candidate to represent tho Firat Dis trict of Kentucky in Congress, subject cane Sunday littlo May wob vis- of Djcusburg were united in marriage in so short order as Hill's Hpecillc. price 25c; to the action of tho Democratic party. patent medicine denl iting tho family of Mr. Robort Wednesday evening tho 30th, at 7 p. m. ers infor sale (he county. Throlkold. Mr. Throlkold's two at the beautiful country home of the FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF sons, accompaniod by Miss May, groom, Nov Kooeri jounson omciaung. The man who maintains his solf APPEALS. Mr. Smith is 72 years of ago and has wont to tho barn to food tho horsos been a widower ono year. Tho ago of rospoct is sum of tlio rospoct of Wo nro authorized to announce Ono of tho boys climbed into tho tho bride is 0 years and sho has been n his follows. JUDGE T. J. NUNN ljft and beenn to throw hov into widow 30years. Tho bridal party, con- - The secret of health las in the regu a candidato for Judgo of tho Court of Appeals subject to tho action of tho a stall in which tho girl and his "istinir of tho brido and groom, Mr and larity of the bowels, and when they are T Ir9 ' Democratic party. Uurk8l brother woro standing. The lat. Nowcom,L' crossed ?.ml?Ir an? f.w placo' irregular the system will .soon be tnor the ferry at this tor roquostod him to throw down iu the afternoon and proceeded to tho loaded with ditrorent complaints, it is Tho "Big 3." Ollio Jnraes, John tho pitchfork. Tho boy in tho loft home of Mr Smith, whore tho minister always bost to guard against such con conditions. If you do in the right Rhea, A. 0. Stanley. What a stumbled and foil into tlio stall, and festive board awaited thorn. Mrs. way you'll take a loxof this Universal Hill's powerful team thoy will provo in holding tho fork. Tho fork struck Smith is a sister of Messrs J. II. and Ho Pills. They aro system cleansers, they Crlea-noWabhiugton. Henderson tho littlo girl and ono of tho stool bort Clifton, and is well known for her work while you sleep and leave no bad good words and works, Mr Smith is a prongs was driven into the foro-hoa- man of energy and flno intellect and has after eirects. Prion '25c; for wale every whore. ponotrating tho brain. Lit- much earthly goods with which to en Vincent Boreing rocoived tho tlo May caught tho fork and pull- dow the companion of his declining nomination for Congressman in ing tho prong from her hoad said: years. A largo circle of friends and rel ! tho Republican primary in the "Oh, you liko to havo stuck that atives in tho two counties extend pleas Eleventh district, Monday, over fork in my eye." She fell to tho ed congratulations. A gamo of baseball at Koon, Aug. 1st Col. D. G. Colsou. ground and expired in a fow min between tho Dycusburgand Koon mines Crittenden Circuit Court, Kentucky, utes. Four inchos of tho prong resulted in Pycusburg 10 scores, ICoon (5 Lydia M. Johnson, etc., Plff. i Tho Federal pensioners on July woro driven into tho hoad. scores. Against Iviuity ; last year 1st numbered It was a most doplorablo and uu W. L. Iteunott is constructing a brick K. U. Kasley, etc., ..Deft. there woro 997,733. Legislation fortuuato acoidentcasting a gloom plant at this place, and will bo able to My virtuo of a Judgment and Order of Sale of tho Crittenden Circuit Court, onacted by the last congress will over tho entire community. May supply all demands in .TO days. result in an increase of 10,000 new was a bright little girl and groatly Miss Dunn of Paducah is visiting Miss rendered at the March trm thereof, 1IXW, in the above cau5 for the sum of Ada Dycus. pensioners. beloved. . with interest Mr. John Charles, of Missouri, but for at tho rate of. por cent. annum merly of this place, is visiting here. The Crittenden Pncss issued a SPENCER DORR HURT. from the UK) day of Mrs. J. M. Graves is quite ill. mining edition eoveral days since, until paid, and costs herein, Miss Mary Finloy of Marion is a guest I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho that was replete with mining news of Miss Lucy Gregory. Court houso door in Marion to the high of that county. It was handsome-lest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION', on illustrated und a credit to tho Falls from a High Pole and is Miss Marion Richards will teacn in Monday, tho 11th day of August, UKti tho Grimes district. Messrs Walker. Boono County at one Seriously Injured. J. LI. Clifton and family aro at Daw (being o'clock, P. M., or thorealouti Recorder. Court day), ujion a credit of Mx son. and twelvo months tho following des Miss Minnie Casaidy will return from cribed property, to wit. Hon. W. I. Clark, of Southland Eddyville and make her home with her Situated in Crittondon county, Ky Mr. Spencer Dorr, formerly of sister, Mrs C. T. Glenn. has just returned from Frankfort on tho waters of Wolf creek and loun and expresses himself as being this city, now a resident of St. Mrs Grillin and Miss Harp, of Mo., ded as follows: groatly encouraged over his pros- Louis, was tho victim of a distres- havo been the guests of Mrs M, II, hkhttkjUt. Beginning at a atone, H. W. Woods pects of Tecoiving tho appoint- sing accidont Friday, and narrow- Charles. corner, thenco with his lino S 88 W ."S Miss Ida Low Ramage will accompament as circuit judgo to fill out ly escaped death. Ho is in tho (ho St. Louis Subur- ny her aunt, Mrs Alma Hancock, to Lou poles to a stono, thenco S Hjj K I.'W poles tho unexpired term of Judg3 omploy of isville ban street car lino. He was at school on her return home, and attend to a atone and white oak thenco N 70 Nunn. in that city this fall. K 78 poles to a stone, R. N'eal's comer, work on a post thirty-liv- o feot W. 13. Charles is at home from a suc- thence N 10J W 13 poles to tho begin Hock, Ills. ning, containing CO acres more or leas. A. O. Stauloy, of HondorBon, high, when ho received a shock cessful revival at Cave-ifrom a livo wire, lost his hold on Mesdames Brown and Wadlington was nominated by the Democrats HKCO.VD tiwct spent last week in Marion, Bounded as follows- Beginning nt i of tho Second district, for Con- tho pole ond fell, striking tho pav- gie Moore accompanied them Miss Mag home. gress, in the primary Saturday. ed street below. Ho was piokod Thomas Johnson of Ixiuisville who, stone, running thence 8 !2 W SO oles to a stone, Keuben Woods Tho fight for the nomination was up in an unconscious condition. with his wifo, is stopping at Dawson, S 58 polos to a stone, Tomcorner, thence Davis cornor visited rolatives hero last week. a warm ono, and a heavy vote was Tho spine was splintered, an ankle N(i EfX) iwles to a white oak, thence Our school polled. Stanley, of Henderson; broken, an arm injured, and sov-or- Glass and wifo.will be taught by J. K. N 10 poles to a stone, thonco K lfiii jolen to a whito oak in Dollnvcn'u line, thonco painful bruises and cuts susTaylor, of Daviess county, and Miss Percy Honnett, of Princeton, is a with Bald lino N 00 Ies to a stone, Brasher, of Hopkins, woro tho tained. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dorr, guest of Mrs P. K. Cooksoy. thenco S 70 W 120 jwles to a stone, of this city, parents of the injured Maloy it Wont., Lumber company, of candidates. Evamville, Ind., have two barge loads thenco N 0 poles to a black oak, thence man, woro notified, and Mrs Dorr of extra good white oak, poplar and wal west to tho beginning, containing 77 Tho bird law was so amended left at onco for St. Louis. Tho nut now at tho landing ready for ship- acres more or loss. Loss 28 acroa sold ment to thoir Evansvillo. They at tho last session of tho legisla- young gentleman is getting along havo removed mill attoams to Livingston by decedent, Ellas Easloy to Caleb W. their ture that nearly every wild 'lird in nicely, and although his injuries creek. Hirara Kolso, of Olnoy. Ills., DoIIaven and lounded as follows: Beginning the State worth protecting, is now aro of a very serious nature, his made a success of buying and delivering Mullen's lino,at a whito Soak K iu Fannie tho lumber. running 20 47J ioles its benefioiary. Tho now law is chances for recovery aro good. July 30th tho town board appointed F to a stone, thence S 81 E 20:( jwles to a 13. Dycus and Abe Hallowell to (ill vastono, thenco S l.'i E 10 construed to mean that no birds to a ost cancies caused by the resignation of two in C. W. Doilaven's lino, Killed by a Train. thence with besides thoso specified can ovor me in bora. On the resignation of J. A. Graves aswlice Judge 13. F. Barnes was same W (55 poles to a stone, thenco S 10 be taken in captivity a construcClaud Land, a young man rosid- recommended to tho office and has re- poles to a whito oak, thenco S Ki XV .0 tion whioh, if correct, will roleaso ing at Blackford, was killod poles to a stono, StVitia' corner, thenco Thurs ceived his commission for the same. nearly all oaged birds outside of day by a work train, on the Win Smith, jr., and family, of Living- N f8 poles to a stone, thence to the bo y ston visited Mrs Fred Hamage Sunday. ginning, containing twenty eight and canaries, and places a penalty of Western branch, about two one half acres by survey. from $5 to thirty days in jail upon miles from Blackford. Land was Orsudiciont thereof to produce tho every person who robs a nest, or at work with tho section crew loaDeeds Recorded. sums of monoy so ordered to bo made. is found with forbidden birds, ei- ding dirt on tho flat cars. Sarah 0. Wright to Daniel Par- For tho purchase price As tho the purclianer, ther dead or olive, in possession. ker, oight acres on Caney crook, with train started out on ono of its trips approved Bocurlty or securities, Land attomptod to got on the cor S75. must oxecuto bond, bearing legal inter Mrs. Susan Many opinions as to tho divi- containing tho tank of wutor. Ho Spoes, Iioubo J. Throlkeld to J. 0 est from tho day of salo until paid, and and lot in Marion, having tho forco and effect of a judg sion of the next house of missed the car and fell under tho ment. Bidders will bo proparod to A. M. Gilbort, Mollio Williams, are being given at this train; an arm and a log woro out E. R. Williams to Ann Gilbert, comply promptly with these terms. time by members of tho Democra- off by the wheels, and other inju-rie- s L. W. (JKUOti, house and lot in Marion, $375. tic and Republican congressional infliotod. Accidont occurod Commissioner. R. A. LaRue to A. (io some arc not, but we give you 100 cents for every dollar you spend with us, We carry a full line of the year round. And Bed Room Suits, Dining Room Furniture ball Chairs and Rockers Wardaobes and Safes Iron and Wooden Beds, Mattresses and Springs, Sofas and Cots, In fnt't everything needful iu the of your home, and our motto always ia i fiirnMu M r. d, The Riffht Goods atthe Right Prices ami Commissioner's Sale In Wall from I to LV cents. inside purposes. Paper Paints wo have Mronj; lines. The late designs iu paj.irs The best paints for outside il 999,-MG- . Building Material Siding, Ceiling, Flooring, Cornice, Lumber, I'raiiM Shingles, Laths, Doors, Windows and Glass. IV mates on buildings furnished. If you havu jn.r own lumber we ran mako your flooring, siding, e' We do first class work. , . . jr y BOSTON & WALKER. 8 Sheriff's Sale. Sheriff's Sale My urtue f nn exisutim. .W - al Kon-luck- ropro-sontativ- es T. Popo, at one o'clock in tho afternoon and rights on 20 acres land, $100 tho unfortunate man died at eight Henry Ruttor to J. M. Walker, Tho limo trust in tho south ker, 4 acres $32. o'clock in tho evening. tho prioo of limo from n James Walkor to Kontuoky totwonty.twoconts por bush. comnanv. minornl el. Hampton Campmeeting. $100. Henry M. Rufter to Kentuoky Tho Hampton camp mooting will begin Aug. 7th and continuo Mineral company, rainoral rights DR. FENNER'S on 121 acres on Deor crook. ton days, Sam L. Ruttor to Kentuoky Tho committee in charge aro Mineral company, mineral rights doing all in thoir powor to mako this tho bost mooting ovor held at on 21 acres on Door oreok, $300. ' this place. Tho camp ground ho-thas been repaired and onlargod All Were Saved. and is now a commodious two sto"Foryoaral suffered untold misery ry building, sufficiently large to frym Bronchitis," writes All dlieaaei of J II Johnson, Bladder, Urinary Kidneys, vw afford accommodations to all who of Broughton, Ornni.'f J Ga., 'that often I was un Also BheumatUm, Back I I I wish to attend. I I1 I ablo to work. Then, when ovorythlng a.che,HeartDUeaie.aravel, VV'lm.jKW Dropsy, Female Trouble. Tho services will be oonduoted olso failod I wns wholly cured by Dr. by Rov J. J. Smith, J. W. Big. Don't become discouraged. for ham, Miss Bortio Orowo and otn-er- King's Now Discovery for Consumption cureliiiM you. Jf neceNury write There Is a Dr. I'umier. upmit a life time curlnjc My wifo suffered intonsleo from Asthma Ilo cao us yours. All consultations Jiiht bucu Free. until it mi-noral six-too- Mi-nor- al rio-hta- KIDNEY 1 Backache Tfn Jr s, cured her and all her experience goes to show It is the best croup modi-cinin tho world; a lrial will convince you it's unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases. Guarantoed bottle COc and $1, Trial Iwttlea free at II K Woods, w, n o "Elslit months In lied, heavy backache pain und soreness ucrost kldmiyN, uIm rhcu. Other remedies failed, Dr. I'cn. tnatlsm ner's Kidney and Hackaclie Cuto cured mo completely. II. WATEItS, Hamlet, N. V." Druggists. 50c., II. Aik for Cook Hook-Fr- ee. ST.VITUS'OAI(CEteraj;.rf,,vr HPMar7WeriJ3qR5i ,?"" ii .v .k'JC7tff"l! I r- - ,."nuw3wsawi t.jHr"--- -- ncrei of land in Hulls Mn N nenrA. K. Tudor, taxes du llrnntley for HKX) nud 1101, ' ' lot in Mnrion precinct N ,', due by Dan Hughes for ei l(K)- nnd lOOl, .1. W. ia.MIS, Sheriff C. C. I lotjln Mnrion preciuit .N ' ' : ' duo by KobertSutcliu fi r '" ei nnd 1101 , lot in Mnrion precinct N i ' ' ' l duo by Ligo McCnin for W, My irtue of in order of court directel iiki. to mo which in.iued from tho (Jlnrk'M ' rii'" lot in Mnrion nnvlnct S 1 olllcooftho Crittonden Circuit Court, duo by Chns W Harris for h h, .No f r"r; infiivorcfK.lt IVok nKniiiht W. II. lot in Marion precinct i'-110uuo liy .Jolin Uruco for McCollum for the Hum of i I or one Dollars nnd . .conta, of my TOTHK TAXl'AWId deputies, will, on Kridny the 8th dny of ' '' Aufjust HK)2, botweon the hours of 10 Let n hint to tho wise be mil' ' I must finish up my collet if K o'clock, n. m., nnd 2 o'clock, p. m.. nt .1 ' K. It. I'ook'a mill on the Inndn of J. M. tin with t liawvMlnfv nml mil .'; suriirised if you bco yourlnttil mlHiley, on Clnyllck creek, In Crittenden for tinck taxes. This Jul) n. county, Ky exKio to I'UIILIC SALK, JNO. T. 1MOKKNH, to the highest bidder, tho following property ior no much thereof iih mny bo Hill's Hendncho Tnblets aw iiecwsary toHntisfy l'lnintiir'H debt, in teinl to euro hendncho of onh W l torest and costs), to wit: a vohh tytie. nouralcin in ns si rt Seventeen hundred crom ties nnd a lot as it is 'l'l 'i ioss!blo to bo curwl lit of strips sawed by K. It. IVek nt his mill linrmleHS, uuro, olfectivo, cental'1 ' "l on tholnndsof.. M. KUuy on Clay lick ates. Prico25c; for snle by creek loied iiK)ii as tho pioperty of W medicino denlors in the county. II. McCollum. TKHMS: Snle will bo made on n credit Sheep. of threo months, bond with approved security required of tho purchaser, with I havo two fino tliorniiliH intorest fiom (Into at tho rate of (J por rocriHtorod Houlhdown IjiicKs. cent per annum, and linving tho force throa thorouffhbroiul SoiiIW"! nnd olleot of a replovin bond. ltnesd my hand, this 2.'! dny of July buok lambs for snlo. UK): A. Utjaiii J. W.LAMJt, Slieriir (J. O. Aturioii, KJ Ira r, tin" llth dny of AuuiiMt, 1!J2, IteUeen th hours of IU o'clock, a. in., nud 2 o'clock, i. ni., nt the court hem door in Mnrion, in Crittenden county, ICy.. exise to 1'ITMMC S LK to the highest ludder, the folio ing iroxrty or ho much thereof ns mny be tiecti9nry to HAtisfy PUintiir'n delit, Interest, nnd coital, to wit. The undivided ono mh until iutereit in nnd to nil thnt Hiirvey of Innd owneI ly Win Hrndloy Critler nt tho time of hi denth, coutninint; h'kl nurex more or hn , in Crittendnn county, Ky., on tho wnt ornof Crooked Creek nnd now occupied b) the widow of W. It. Crider nnd 'told Htihjcct to her life interest in Hnul Inud nnd lovied Uxiii nn the prtMrty of (!eo. II. Crider. TKK.MH: Snle will b. mn.lr on n ( redit of Hit month, IniihI uilli approved security required of the piirchn-ewith interest from date nt the nttii of 0 Kjr cent Kr niimiiu. nnd ImtiiiK the forco nnd eirwt of n judiiiient. Witness ni) hiind, tlni '2 dn of .Inly, dinvttxl to m wlui'li untie. I fruin tlio clerk 'ft otllce uf tin CntteiHleii Circuit Court, in fnrurof W. W. Stovnll nniiiHt (iro. II. nntl (Joo. M, Critler for the Mini II) virtuo of tnxes dun the i of Pullnm ami rents, I, John T. Ticket), et H (' ( or one of my deputies, will, mi Montlny ,.epi VM, 1SW, 1WK) nml 1P0I i 1 Ilil For Taxes. . of niv diMiulle will on MihhIai dny of Augunt, 1(02. betnei-. !.. Ii ii .....!.. I. n. in, nnu .1 o ..I i)i .1 ciuck rim the court Iioum door In Crlttr ly, Ky expt)Ks to public n hl;het biddsr, for cnxli in ' following pn.perty, or no mi. 1; ni mny 1m necewtary to n Amount of taxed due nnd coil 60 ncroi Innd In I'iney pret due by Ii. I). Jonei for MtK 1101, t W noreii of Inud in Msnoi No. 2, nenr Snm Ashor, tnti Mrs Mnry Vinson for 1000, .0 ncrei of land in Mnrion r 2, near Snm Atther, tntci di. Cridor for 1001, 1 lot in Tolu, in llurricaiit' N esdue by I. W. Kliniey, f ' 1D0I, .'10 . t'ifl 1 SherifTsSale! r"- 1 1 1 ' r 1 I I 1 l'". 1. i r I - " ' '' I K- -1 t- "rl Southdown ! 1'ubliBhor t WAliKIOK, WALTER WALKER, Munngor. OlfXTXAK OHK DOLLAS HOME I Mr. Amial Hoorth and family Do you want a Bulky plow; if nro visiting rolativoa in EliabotU-town- , bo, soo Coohrnn it Bakor. 111b. Mrs Sue Adams returned last Mrs. W. H. Nunn, of Uunshaw, Sunday from Princoton, aftor Iibb boon visiting rolbtivoa in this spending sovoral Weeks with rolaoity for sovoral days. tivos. Mrs II. A. nodgo and children of Louisville, woro tho guosts of Mrs K. C Wnlkor Fridny and Sat-urday. Marion Graded School Begins Its Ninth Annual Session Monday, September 15th, 1902. years. Under same management as preeeeding Insurance Compny OVER Tho Magnot laundry is tho host $82,000,000.;; laundry, ono trial will convince you; Jas Hicklin, agout. Insures Against Loss by Fire,'" Dr. .1. K.OInrk oontinuoa to Mossra. W. J. J. Paris, James .Lightning, Windstorms and; Honry and Emost Paris woro in Soo now aulky plows ut Cochrnn .1 ornaUOCS. on tho Cash. Simrle '. Elizabollitown, 111., this week. X Note or I nstallmont Plan and refers A Hnkor's. X to any of the many thousands who ;; Mr. M. O. Forbos, tho woll nald Sam Murks, of Tolu. waa in v linvobeon promptly Wind-stor- for loss I known hardware Mr. morchaiit of 1; bv Fire, LlKhtniiiR, or t iwn Friday. Uopkinsvillo, was in our city last 1 rl ornndo. or to any Hanker or HuhIHess limn in America. week. loo ITolt and family lmvo inov-mInsure in tho "Home" Got the Hest" to Honahnw. Mr. Claud, W. Lamb loft MonX It's tho Chuaicst. day for Fornwood, MIbs , whoro lio J. H. MORSE, Solicitor & Recorder :: Mr. .1 H Piorco, of Salom, waa will bn omployod as a stonogrn-plio- r. MARION, KY. town Sunday, in Hnrgaino at Mra. Franks in mil. Mr. II. A. Ingram and son Wil Iinory and notions. liam, left for Momphis Monday, Monday is county court day. Mrs Ingram will join her husbai d M iss Carrio Mooro bogan boIiooI Dr. Driakill wits in Blaokfoid noxt weok nt I'roapoot Monday. last week. Porsons having mocking birls Misa Mury Fiuloy iaviaiting Mr. Sam Ciugonhoim was in caged are liable to a lino and imat DyouBburg. prisonment, according to a law Sunday. Prof CIiub Evana roturnod from pasBod by tho last legislature, Mr A. .1, Morton of Salom was cSiiiithlnnd Saturday. in town Sunday. Mr. Thomas Ii. Loo, cf Plum Tnko nd"nntogo of tho bargains Point, Tonn., who has boon visitMr. J. P. Piorco iB in Hopkins ing Dr. W. J. J. Pnris and family, Mr Eranka iB otroring. county thia wook. roturnod to his homo Monday. All straw hata go at cost and & llurloj'a. of Kullawa, Mr. Al. Swanaoy, Taylor Missos Clara and Edio Thui-- i was in town this wook. man, of Hastings, Nobraska, and Mr Ij. 1 Taylor, of Madison. Miss Melville Glonn visited Miss Nona King, of Honshaw, mo mIU, was in town brulay. tho guosts of Mr8Alv)ort Caiman, friends in Smithlaiid Inst wook. Mrs Hugh Hnrloy visited rola. P.ovb. W. U (libbs and E. ii Wo still have a fow copies of tios in Princeton last week. Blackburn are conducting a veiy tho Illustratod Edition forsalo, Mr W H. Wtlborn, of Fords successful inuoti'ig at Mt Olivet, Mies Maria Lindly, of Salem, is Hub county. There has boon hov. was in town thia wook. hrr the guest of Mrs Boaaio Duval, oral conxorsious Mr Ollio liowory, of Snluin wna Mr, Harry Oppouhoimoi was in hi i jwii Friday and Saturday Bring us your wheat, liondorsun Monday and Tuosday. MiftHos Fannio anil Anna Finloy will pay highest market Mr. and Mrs. Sep Haynos rourn Mailing friends in Salem. turnod to Do Laud, Florida, Mon- price in cash. all kinds of produce. Cnsli for Ohio Valley Produce Co. day. Ohio Valley Produco Uo. iir. wool r uoDou, oi uiinioii, Mr. and Mrs. Morritt, Mrs M. Itlank mineral loasos and is the guost of rolativos in this D. Ronoy and boh Percy roturnod for sale at tho Piusbs ollico. city, Thursday from St. Louis. Mtb. has boon ill for sovoral Cud Dollar and littlo son, Mr. A good many guosts have loft Morritt .f Princeton, wore in town Mon-iI- Crittenden springs during tho past weeks. wook. Mr. Hampton, of Casoyviljo, a 11. Oidor, of Sullivan, Mrs (i T. A. Conway attondod tho miner of largo oxporionco, has suItuv is the guost of relativos in this Chautauqua al Owousboro this perceded Mr. J. H. A Ivy as mine boBB at tho "Lucilo " Mr. Alvoy voek. gooa to Grayson county. Mrs Kit Nunn, of Sullivan has Mra K. L. Ormo, of Uniontown, boon visiting relatives in this Iuih been visiting rolativos at this Misa Nina Furgueon of Spur- ity goon, Ind , returned to her home place. Thursday, after spending sovoral Host sulky plow on oarlh for Mr and Mrs Sam Long, of weeks with hor sistor, Mra, Mary the monoy at Cochran & Ha- aro tho guests of Mr. A. Williams of this city. kor fLOSSES PAID im-provo, '. wants good horses and mulos. He will bo in Marion Saturday and Monday. Fow suminor goods call and see thorn. C. 13. Mr A L. Patrick, tho stockman, - just roceiv-od- ; l -H-l-H ro-liit- Ev-ansvi- lle Loyd, Fredonia, Ky. Mr. R. E. Drontian of Paducah, proprietor of tho Now Richmond liotol, was mo guost oi relatives al this place this wook. Friday ovoning, at hor protty homo north of tho city, Mies ontorlained a fow of her friends in a most charming manner. Stol-laTliurm- eight Common School Course High School Course Increased Facilities Educates for Business Educates for Power Educates for Life to or call on For boarding or renting rates, write CHARLES EVANS, Supt. Marion, Ky. Ohio Valley Produce Co. Tho iish fry and ico cream supper at Woston Saturday night, un-dtho managomont of Mossrp. W. D. Cain nnd Harry Haynes, wns a success. Tho affair was greatly enjoyed by a largo crowd. Tho protractod mooting at the O. P. church is expected to begin tho fourth Sunday in October and continue two or three weeks Rov, J-W) .11, I) 1), of Hopkins, ville, is expected to asuiHt in the meeting Mr. A. ,li. Gilbort. ono of our local blacksmiths, is manufacturing an ointmont fornll diseases of tho horse's hoof Ho soils it on a guaranloo and parties who have horsos suffering from a disoabed hoof should consult Air. or Wheal Wanted tin-tlnr- nt Bi'jFZiZiiiuTi: - Mass. (grs ' L "MTALDfiUC FREE. Sold Only by TAYLOR & HURLEY, Marion, Ky. It Needs a Tonic. con-trac- ts SfeSELL Lil-bor- t, m Thoro will be a called meeting of Princeton Prosbyterv at Pinoy Fork Tuesday. Aug. 12th, at 2 p. m. .1 ck F. Price, S. C. Ev-ansvil- Dowoy. Mr A II .larvis, the llondorson Mifis Maggio Moore has returntobacco man, waa in this city last ed from a visit to rolativoa in week g. The city council holds its regular monthly aoeuion noxt Tuesday night Tho County Sunday School con- oution is in session at tho Uayues (irovo, Mr T, M. Cioorgo of Saioin wbb rgistorod at tho Franklin LIoubo Friday. from this county to Cilymp, Ion- IIUH800 Mr and Mrs Frunk Doss will occupy tho Loyd residence on Boll-vill- e street. Mrs H. 11. Dean, of LaCrosso, Wisconsin, iB tho uoat of rolativos in this city. Mr.T. J. SloamaVor has movod fif Miss Virginia Nunn, Mihs FstolloWalkoria tho guoBt of Madi-'hoduII- o. Miss Anuolino Mvinoholoo, of ;('oington, iB tho guoat of Mra. Kilttngor. Tho Ohio Valloy Produco Co-arpaying tho highost inarkot prico for whoat. Hoy L. Throlkold, olork in tho Now Contury hotel at Dawson was in town last wook. MosdamoB Brown and Wadling. ton, of Dyousburg, visitod friends in thia city last wook. Aire. Will Klngo waa called to lTnion county Tuosday by tho illness of hor fathor. B Mrs 1). II. Moore and children, Miss Pearl Mills, after a visit jof Uobron, are visiting rolativoB with frionda horo, roturnod thia in tins cit). week to hor homo in Madison-ville- . Mr (till has Bold his business aa Miady lirovu mail carrier to Mr MrMolroBa Vernon, of Onion MP M M i iiuno. t v county, was tho guost of Itia moloBt $2." cash will buy tho famous ther, Mro E, W. Holtaolaw, wook. I'ncle Sum sulkoy plow at (Joch- ran A, Baker's. You will find it to your advantfamily age to patroliizo the Magnot launKov T. A. Uouway and are visiting friouda and relativos dry. Nothing but good work ib done. liu Tii ion county. n Sovoral young ladioa and Mr. C W. Uallio. of Paducah, of tho city woro guosts of was tho inioat of friouda horo Fri- Mr and Mrs I. H. Olomont, of day and Saturday. Viow, Tuosday ovoning. gon-lloino- Col. Hani, of Goorgia, tho market price in cash for attraction of tho "BrilliWe have plenty ant Constellation" looture courso, wheat. Born to tho wifo ot Mr. Julian will appoar horo oarly in tho fall. of storage room. lAinsworth, Friday, h lino boy, If you want to save money, buy Ohio Valley Produce Co. foighing twolvo pounds. your dry goods, notions, clothing Mr. OharloB Champion and faO. B. Loyd, lTnion prayor mooting aorvicoa shoos, oto., of mily passod through ttiis oity Friwill bo hold horo this ovouing nt Prodonia, Ky. day on routo to thoir homo in Chi ho Prosbytonan ohuroh. county, Soo that Koaruoy Bluo, agent oago, from Livingston Mrs, (J. 11. Whitocotton and for tho Kohinoor laundry, gets whoro thoy havo boon visiting Mr. children, of SturciB, visited thoir your work ovory wook, and you Champion's relatives. friouda at thia placo Hub wook. will have no causo to oomplain, Smithlaiid is exoited over tho Atlornov .Too 13. Champion waa Mr and Mra Goo. M. Cridor, Mr diBcovjrvr of smallpox. It is ro- Jailed to Livingston county last nnd Mia Will Yondoll. Mr. and nortod that fivo woll dovolopod ca took by tho illnosa of his brotuor, Mra Thos, Coolnan, and Mr. J. M. soo havo boon found in tho family Mr Thos Champion. Frooman nnd family aro camping , of Win. Houston, and anothor fa-mily has boon nttaokod. Hill Spring. o pay tho highott inarkot irico in oaah for ohickona, ogga. lms purohmm. Mr. .rb nf ninmidninizinir asod anJohn H. Moreo mining pro kud wool, intorost in tho Main Btroot iB progrosaing rapidly v,. xv Ohio Vnlloy Produco Co. Thoprinoipal thoroughtaros ot ttio pony oi iuuBarB iu. condi- - Montgomery and otliora Tho pro-i:Mr. C. E. Dobs lias purohnaod oity are boiug put in fino a .,.nVnf anlnnilirl Rtraat Dortv conalsta of the rich voine of in ititorest in tho tolophono at Sa- oom- - lead discovered by tho gentlemen, mi, bo that his oustomors will croBsincs have just bea in Caldwell county. pitted. luvo free use of the tolophono, at The Pinoy camp mooting bo- Kina Friday, Thoattondanco will lb j as largo aa usual. and can not bo duplicated outside of n city. I solicit tho patronugp of tho Marion people, and will appreciate same. A largo crowd is attonding tho J. T. GlasBcock. Sunday school convention which 11 ay ugh Grove. is in Bossioii at tho Dr. C. L. Gray, the optic spoci-alisNoailyallthe Sunday schools of who had boon in our oity for tho county aro roprosontod. sovoral wooka improving tho vision of our good people, will only Mra B. S. Fen wick haa returned bo horo till tho P.Hli of thiB mouth, Cook LWanted. from West Point, after spending this trip, nnd if you nro hnving wooks with rolativos. Mr. sovoral Cook wanted, whlto or oolo J troublo of nny kind with your Fonwick and family will spond oyos, you should call on him at $1.25 to $1.50 por wook, accor tho month at Orittondon springs. onco at tho Franklin liotol, whore , to work. W. R. Olomont, Viow, K you can havo your oyes oxaminod pri-co- s Still in tho ring, with lowor froo of olmrgo and got exactly than over for cash. Cured Paralysis. what you nood at a roaaonable C. B. Loyd, Bailey P. O. Truo, Tex., writes: W. S. prico, which you do not have to Frodonia, Ky. pay till you got your gla?ses nnd My wifo had boon suffering fivo years . Miss Miunio Speol, of Hampton soo thnt thoy suit you. Quito a with paralysis in her arm, when I was diod Sunday morning. Kov W. K number of our boat oitizons havo Iorsuaded to uso Uallards Snow Lini Gibbs, of this oity, conducted tho already takon advantago of the went, which cured her nil right. I havo funeral services Mi nday. Tho opportunity of having thoir eyes used it for old sores, frost pites nnd skin took placo nt tho Robert-so- u (itted with his Quo crystal lonBOS, eruptions. It does tho wcrl. 25c, 50c gravoyard. which nro ground to ordor nfter and 1.00 bottles at tho drug store of H. & Co. Tho oilicors and mombors of tho your oyoa havo boon tested. Ho K. Woods nnd we county Sunday school convention iscompotout nnd rolinblo. will, in Wanted to Exchange. hold a mooting at tho O. P. church aro glad to loam that ho ovening. Owing to tho futuro, mako regular tripB to our Tuosday 15 tons of baled hay for whoat, inolomonoy of tho wonthor, but a city ovory fow months. flour, hogs, corn, coIvob, colts, cash small audionco waa presont. FOR SALE Fino malo hog, or good notoB; prico 55 conts per J. V. Phillips, woight about 250 lbs. hundrod. - Jersoy Rod A protracted mooting is in proTolu, Ky. E. E. Thurman. at tho oolorod Cumberland Marion, Ky. 'roabyterian ohuroh. Rov Simp- nlw.'l Providonco, Iisb chargo of son, of The Object of Life A Baby's Death. tho mooting; sovoral miniators nro assisting him, Thomas Vinson, jr., littlo son of Is to be Happy. Kov T. V. Joiner, diod Monday A protracted mooting ia in a abort illuoss. Ho Sulphur Springs ohuroh. night aftor wns throo years old, n bright nnd The Time be Rovs Riohio of Princoton and La protty bnby. Tho fuuornl took aro doing tho Ruo, of Loviaa, placo TuoBuay afternoon at 1 o'proaohing. Much intorost ia be- clock. Rov J. W. Bigham Happy is Now. d ing manifostod. tho sorvicos. Tho remains woro laid to rest in tho now como-lornvorn(;o t, During tho month of August and possibly a part of September shall make photographs at Crit Tho class of tenden snrinus. work I shall put out is nbovo tho Thero nro times when your liver noeds tonic. Don't givo purgntivos that grip and wimken. DoWitt's Littlo EnrJy Risers oxpel nlljxjison from tho system nnd ' nut ns tonic to tho liver, W Scott, bill Highland avenue, Milton, Pa., says: "1 s have carried DoWitt's Little Early with me for sovoral years nnd would not ho without them," small nnd eay. to take; purxly vegetable, tho never gripo or distress. At Haynes'. n I Ris-or- "Gyisramrss, sC COFFEES Jtenry 8 ?o. AND THE PLACE, TO GET IT" a P Is the title of n neat little book just from the preos. It discusses the advantages to be derived from a thorough BUSINESS or SHORTHAND education, nt Jt j j J INDIANA'S GREATEST SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Valuable information for you if you are going away to school, aud want the lest instruction obtainable. Sent free. Write for one nt once. Address LOCKYEAR BUSINESS COLLEGE SECOND AND MAIN 8T8. nt EVANSVILLE. INDIANA Marion Bank Established 1887. Capital fully paid . . . .820,000 Stockholders Liability 20,000 10,000 Surplus We offer to depositors and patrons every facility which their balances, business and responsibility warrant. J W. BLUE, Pros. T. J. VANDELL, Cashier. It. L. YEAKKV CAUI. HICKLIN pro-gross- at oon-duote- We pay the highest y. The Place to be A Business Change. Mr. nonry Lodbottor, formerly Happy, is Here, Yeakeyi& Hicklin of Elizabethtown, Ilia., has purchased an intorost in tho furniture businoss, mills and coal yards of Messrs. Boston & Walkor, of this oity. Mr. Lodbottor has been one of tho proprietors of Ledbetter Bros flouring mills nt Elizabeth-town- , ono of tho largest and moat .,., T. This yoar, hb usual, wo will bo known throughout bouthern Illinois aa a staunoh and roliablo bus- at Pinoy again, botter propored Tho firm will bo to cator to tho wants of tho camp-or- s inoss man. known ns Boaton, Walkor & and gonoral public than over boforo. Wo aro ruakiug big additions to our stnblos and will mako Notice. spooial Wo can not receive nny more tho caro of your horsos a whoat, only for grinding pnrpoaos, featuro. Don't paBB us by if you for (on days, as all our warehouses want to bo troatod right. aro Marion Milling Co. Lod-botto- r. successful nulling plants in Illinois, for many yoars, and ho is Tho way to bo happy is to go to and WU0DW0RKMEN. HEARIN'S grocery to supply your tablo where you will got tho All work receives prompt attention purost and best goods tho markots and Satisfaction Guaranteed.! atl'ord and at prices none of comMorse Shoeing a Specialty. petitors can moot on some quality The Old Qrllllth SUrnJ MARION, KV Como and soo for your-solveof goods. s. BLACKSMITHS Thousands Saved By OR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful modloino positively ouros Consumption, Coughs ti. Aug (5, 1(.)02, Hearin & Son Colds, Bronohitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. No Every bottle guaranteed. Cure. No Pay. Prioe 50o.&$l. Trial bottle free. DISTRUST. Is tint the niounlfllti, tt I not the land; And It Is not the deep, wide sea; Aril not the stretch of tht ile&ert band Can separate you nnd mc, 1 opened it, to find tlii concierge It 9 Sweetheart, Cm separntc you and me. Ilunda may clnsp and tighten and hold. And heart be pressed to heart. Vet only shadows the nrms enfold, If souls have grown apart, Sweetheart. If bonis have grown apart Nor yet the gallop of racing horse Can make the distance wide, And not the stenru of electric force Can banish us ride from tide, Sweetheart. On bauldh u !ic from side. litil the cruel thtitght. the harsh distrust, Tlie word that kUeth sore. Each from each up ft could thrust Ho far wc could nieet no more, Sweetheart, I In f Munche Ntvln. in his world never more N Y Ird pendent. !: ?! Vs My Strangest Case BY GUY BOOTHBY. Author of "Dr. Klkola," "The Beautiful While Devil," "Pharos, The good, but it was sullfcicnt for me to see two figures standing by the window. "To whom am I indebted for the honor of this visit, mademoiselles?" I be if a n. there. "There is a lady in the parlor to nee monsieur," she said. "She has a maid with her." "A lady to sec 1110?" I naked, incredulously. "Who on earth can she be?" The concierge shook her head. In my own mind had arrived nt the conclusion that it was Mile. lleiiumimiis, and thn' Hnyle had sent her to discover, if possible, whether I had escaped from my confinement or not. On finding out that had, she would telegraph to him, and once more he would be placed on his guard. At first I felt almost inellned not to see her, but on second thought saw the folly accordingly enof this proceeding. tered the room where the lady was awaiting me. Tho light was not very 1 1 1 1 "Don't you know me, Mr. Fairfax?" tho taller of them nnswered. "You forget your friends very quieklv." "Miss Kit water?" I cried, "what does this mean?" Cgjptlan," Utc. Copyrighted. INI, by Ward, Lock A Co. Cll A I'TIJi: X. Com-inukd- . h - "1 shall bo grateful to jou nil my life for thi' serlce jott hate rendered iiie," 1 replied. "Hut how did you manage to giiiii admittance to tliis house?" "It was quite cast; the birds had flown," ho answered. ".Has the not struck you that they were Koing to I'leiir out and lcate joti there to starve?" "The brutes," 1 answered. "Hut I'll be even ith their leader yet. And now-le- t us get uttaj from here as quickly as possible. Ha e 3 011 any idea where our man has gone?" "To Naples," Lepallard replied. "I disguised mjself as n pompous old bourgeois, and I was behind him when lie asked for his ticket and distinctly lieard what he said." "Then I shall go after him at once," 3 replied. "Jle will in all probability le off his guard. He will imagine me to l)e still locked up in this room, 30U ec." "And I shall accompany you, If you will permit me," said Leglosse. "Hut why?" I asked in surprise. "What have you got to do with him? A'ou have no case against him, and you cannot spare the time to do it simply out of kindness to me." "It'b not kindness, it's business, my friend," he replied. "You may not believe it, but I have a warrant for your man's arrest." "On what charge?" "On a charge of being concerned in big embezzlement in Cochin China," Sic answered. "We laid the other two men by the heels at the time, but the Englishman, who was the prime mover in it, we have never been able to lay our hands upon. I felt certain that day when I met him in Amsterdam that I had seen him somewhere before. Ever since then I have been puzzling my brains to discover where it was, and why it was so familiar to inc. A photograph was eventually sent us of the Englishman by the colonial authorities, but in that photograph he, the person 1 suspect, wears u beard and a heavy mustache. It is the nnic man, however, and the description, even to the mnrk upon the face, Now I exactly tallies with Hatle. f liink 1 can help you to obtain a rather unique revenge upon the man, that is to say, if you want it. From what you have so far told me, I understand that you have no evidence against him strong enough to justify the issue of mis-licio- n 1 "It is a long story," she mattered, "but I feel sure that you will have am in terrNile time to hear it now. trouble." "I an indeed sorry to hear that," I nnswered, and then glanced nt her maid as if to inquire whether it were safe to speak before her. She interpreted the look correctly and nodded her head. "Ye, Mr. Fairfax," she said, "you can say what you please before Xelly." "Then am 1 right in interpreting your trouble as being connected with your uncle?" I asked. "Yes, that is it," she answered. "You have guessed correctly. Do you know that he and Mr. Codd have disappeared?" "Disappeared?" 1 repeated. "Have you any idea where they have disappeared to?" "So, but 1 can haard n very shrewd guess," she replied. "1 believe they have crossed to Paris in search of my Mr. Hayle. Since last Sunday uncle has been more depressed than ever, while the paroxysms of rage, to which he is so subject, have been even more frequent than ever. If the truth must he told, I fear his troubles have turned his brain, for he talks to himself in such a queer way, ond asks every few minutes if I hate received news from you, so that I cannot help thinking his mind is not what it should be. You must understand that on Saturday last, thinking it might possibly be required or the case, I drew a large sum of money from the bank; more than JC100, in fact. I securely locked it up in my writing table, and thought no one knew any thing about it. Yesterday my uncle and Mr. ("odd went for a walk, and did not return, though I watched for them several hours. While I was thus waiting opened the drawer in the writing 1 1 J and between us you may be sure we'll bring him back to Paris." This was delightful hcuring after all wc had been through lately; at an.v rate I greeted the prospect of cooperation with acclamation. It would be hard if between us we could not find llaylc and bring him to the justice he so richly deserved. "Now, let us get out of this," I said. "I must obtain something to cat if I perish in the attempt. I am nigh htnrving. A basin of soup, n roll and a cup of coilcc are all that I have had to-day- ." a warrant. Well, I have that evidence, 'WE'VE ' BEEN DONE AGAIN," I CniED, IHtlKGIXG MY FIST DOWN WITH A THUMP UPON THE TAULE. "You shall dine at once," he answered, "and here. There is an excel0 there and tell them to bring you After thut you shall go home and change your costume, and then we will arrange what shall be done about the traveling." This programme was carried out to lent little restaurant further down the street, and one of my men shall jp a nieul. Jcast I knew that 1 did, and when it was eaten, a cab was procured, and in company with Leglosse I said good-bto the house in which I had spent so short a time, yet in which I had been too miserable. "1 ahull never know how to repay jou for your kindness," I said to my companion as we drove down the fctreet. "Had it not been forfouand your men I should now be starving in that wretched place. I'll certainly forgive Huyle if he is ever successful enough to take me in again by one of bis rascally tricks." "You must not let him do that," returned the Frenchman, shaking his head. "Our reputations arc at stake." When 1 reached my own apartments the concierge was much relieved to see inc. She had been told that I was Icud, perhaps murdered, and visit to find me had not helped to reassure her. A packet of letters uhd telegrams were handed to me, which I carried up to my room to read them while I wns changing' my attire, Never before had I been so glad to gut .out of (i dress suit. I had Just finished my toilette and wnh in the act of tommencing the packing of the hag I intended taking with me, when there wu u taj ut the door. y the letter. We made a good meal, at apartments," I turned, "I felt," she said, ignoring my excuses, "that I must come to you and tell you nil that has transpired. Also that I might implore you to keep the men npart at any cost." "We can easily find out whether they have arrived in Paris, and also whether they have been to Hayle's Raid. come later on." "May I ask what brought you to Paris, Miss Kitvvater?" 1 inquired, after a pause. "My great fear," she nnswered. "I wired to you from Charing Cross to say that I was coming. Did you not receive my message?" I remember the fact that, not having tune to open them all before I was called away, I had put some of the telegrams on one side. As ill luck would have it Miss Kitwater's must have been amongst these. I explained that I had been away from the house all day, and only that moment re- table to procure something I wunted, and discovered that the money was missing. Only one construction could be placed upon it, Mr. Fairfax. They had wearied of their inactive life, and had set off in search of Hayle." "They are aware of his address in Paris, are they not?" "Yes, my uncle repeated it from morning until night," she answered. "In point of fact he did little else. Oh! it is terrifying me beyond measure to think what may happen should they meet." "You need not fear that," I replied. "Hayle has tired of Paris and has bolted again. Very probably to a place where they cannot hope to find him." 1 believe she said "God be thanked" under her breath, but I am not quite certain upon that point. I did not tell her of the trick Hayle had bo lately played upon myself. If the telling were necessary it would be able to "That would Pla.e, Chicago, III., writes: remedies "Alter taking WHEN THE PREMIER DOZES. without result, I several In January, began 1901, to take your aluable remedy, discovered." friir In llir llrllUli I'n rl Iniur nt I'eruna. I ns m complete wreck. I thanked him, whereupon he bowed 'I lint rfirl (irrnt A iiiiiariurnt Had palpitation ot the heart, cold Kitvvater, and then disaptil Hip prelnlora. to Miss hands and tect, female weakness, no appetite, trembling, sinking feeling peared. "M. Leglosse is also in pursuit of It may not be becoming in the pre- nearly all the time. You said I was grcssman Crowley Bays r suffering with systemic catarrh, and I Hayle," I explained. "He holds u war- miers of (ircnt Hritain that they niii Crow ley has taken a number his arrest on a charge of times fall into a doze during the ses- believe that I received your help In of 'lrs. rant for bottles of I'eruna on the nick ot time. I followed jour nenous troubles. It has account 0a embezzlement in Cochin China. For sions of parliament, hut they neverproea say today carefully that reason we are following him to theless do. though on rare occasions, directions well again.and can I cannot thank strong tonic and lasting cure. I csn that I am morning." Naples stiys a London paper. lord North wan you enough for my cure. I will always cheerfully recommend It." J. U. "To Naples. Has the wretched man the duke of Devonshire of the light-eent- be your debtor. I have already recom- Croley. gone there?" A cntnrrh book aunt free by Tl c I e century. His parliamentary epi- mended I'eruna to my friends and "So we have been led to believe," taph might hnve been: "He yawned neighbors and they all praise It, I run a Medicine Co , Columbus, Oh! I answered. wish that all suffering women would If you do not dorlva prompt nnd sat and and yawned nnd "Theu do you think my uncle will asleep." Indignant vanned were frll try It. testify this according to the fnctory results from the uso of Pi ru: a orators cn truth." Mrs. X. Schneider. ' w rite nt once to Dr Hnrttniwi giv.ng a find it out and follow him? she asked, t wringing her hands. "Oh it is all to stantlv complaining of his refusalprewomen have- catarrh In full statement of your casa and he w Over hnlf the listen to their speeches, nnd the terrible. What shall I do?" some form or another And yet, prob- bo plensed to give you his vuliiiil lu sj mier hnd a way of humiliating them. ably, not tenth of the woman know rise gratis. "Well, if I might be allowed to be Address Dr, Hartmnn, President f To dislike David Copperlield's Mr. Dick, I "Kven now. in these peril, the noble thut their disease In catarrh of should be practical, and say, 'dine.' lord Is asleep," burst out an angry tinguish catarrh very vnrlous organs it Tho Hnrtmau Sanitarium, Columbia, Ohio. iHtToreutly in em her of the opposition, and Lord has len named I suppose you have hnd nothing to em North, waking up, exclaimed: "I vlh - 'i since you left Knglnnd?" I wns." "The physician should never She gave a little wan smile. Til. War f II. RXtlrd. A man had to go swsy from borne 'o Kan Now that s lesmrtl juJjt of Jersey City "Wc have not had very much, cer quarrel with his own medicine." tho t talnly," she answered. "Poor Nelly, sleepy minister retorted to another has defined the making of goo kk tji si I.LD or iPhD conferred upon him, t' -brought rigst to bn d grumbler, nnd to a speaker who Im- sn attention without intentions, the world the COD you must be nearly starving." lUIUmor Anirnrn ran J on with s new wait of security The maid, however, protested that peached him of all sorti ot crimes and Miluk; Sentinel I do not believe Piw'a Cute for ( murcp she was not; but wns not to be de called attention to the fact that he lion hat sn etjual for coughs and c Ct It (urn While Yon Walk. was dolng Ixird North complained nied. Kidding them remain whore they John P llojer. Trinity Sprme Icu , ItU .Mian's Knot Ksie is a eertsincare for hot, 13. 1W0. that it was cruel to deny him the solace were, I went downstairs and inter cjllvui, and swollen, selling feet. wratini;, viewed my faithful friend, the con which other eriminnls enjoyed that Sold by all DrHfttfiiU. l'rice 2ic Don't DamvlhlatT Xtrdrd. of a night's rest before they met their clerge. With her I arranged that sny substitute. Tnsl pittas PHKK. Kditor There lack t It lomrthing Uoy, N Y. Olunted, U and her maid should be pro fate. Addri Allen shout the frt of thi poem. Hut the best of nil the stories of the vuled with rooms in the house for thn: Poet (aWatly)-Perhs- ps it's short, r I'rrblr Jtpmirii I. tig nnar. Ohio hute Journal. night, and having done so went on to sleeping premier Is that of the peer And now tt 11 announced thst the Jp. the nearest restaurant. In something who bored parliament with a history "Vai in der maJder mil you'" aVeJ l line lsnguagc UcVi cun words Ths less than ten minutes all was settled of shipbuilding from the days of Noah worst s Jsp esn isy to snybody, in hu na- rcter ."ehmidtlapp, w.lJJy hiv ng t thst he It a "felliw," and if baton at tht new trombone plavt r tive tongue, nnd in under 20 they were seated nt nnd his ark. North dozed at the menof a Hjnl to er their meal. At first the girl would not tion of the ark. and slept on till the htron? variety, rsprett indignation therr'" duntpoli you play ter heal der UnJ' h ho nhouU "There, Nwi sit down with her iiystresi. but, with speaker reached the Spanish nrmad.i, The Japi ought to encourag Yanues immiPolice Captain "S you thot the Miss her usual thoughtfulness, when a colleague awoke him. "Where gration llutlalo Kiptci t Wat he mail" OUirer Orogan "N ordered her to do so. are we now?" asked North, only to be hut lb' Irddy thot usurd him vn Cold In (1b Dr To Car "And now, Mr. Fairfax," she said, told that they were then in the reign TaVe Laxative llromo OuTin TaUlela troit Tree l're when she had finished, "we must disof Queen KHzubeth. "Dvar, dear," drutfiHitsrofunitmoueylf UfalNto euro 2Tc. l.ook out for th man tbst let's yu do cover the hotel where we can stay the exclaimed the prime minister, "why ail the tailing Ati n.un Globe Have ou s rojJ j..1i, ami are y u ' carrynight. At present we know of no not let me sleep n century or two inc. in" m iu-- s wsy thst you mi) h place in which to lay our heads." .htn ga'eJ Ignorance Ldura't kc a pwrer one compter J more?" boras' tago D..y n "You need not trouble about that," foolliS i.en do it At b son (tlibs Ket I said, "I have already arranged that BREAKING IT GENTLY. you shall have rooms in tlu house if you care to occupy them. The old An Iiivrn Hotel ClrrU Who Is r.utltletl lniy to whom It belongs is a particular to thr I'rUr for Tliouiiiit- friend of mine, nnd will certainly do fuliiras. her best to make you comfortable. presume that it was your bag I saw in "Chicago Is on the top limb, of the concierge's ofllce, when I was there course," said the drummer who was just now?" just returning from a trip, says an ex"Wc left it there," she answered, change of that city, "but they hnve n For Infante and Childron. mid then gave me my reward by add- graceful way of doing things farther an!gyssr.n ing: "It is very kind of you, Mr. Fair- west. fax, to have taken so much trouble. "I was staying nt a hotel in an Iowa Kind You Have cannot thank you sufliciently." town n few nights ngo when a bellboy "You must not thank me at nil," woke me out of my first sleep to hnnd replied. "In helping you I am only mc in the card of a man I had never jfJJl Bii" !'. doing my duty to my client." heard of and to ask mc to come down AVcgetoUc Prcparalionfof As-- 3 I had scarcely said the words before to the ofllce at onee. 3t Imitating I regretted them. It was a foolish "'Tell him I'm In bed I replied.. speech, and a churlish one as well. "'Yes, sah, but he wants to see you not to notice it, however, mighty bad.' hut bade her maid go down to the " Then he mny tnke It out In wantconcierge's ofliee, nnd take the bag to ing. I'll see him in the morning.' the room that had been allotted to "'Hut In: can't wait,' persisted tho Promotes DigcatioaChecrfur-nes- s her. The girl disappeared, and when boy. andltest.Contaliu ncillstr she had gone Miss Kitvvater turned to "'Then he can move on.' Oplum.Morpliixie norXineraL me. "'Hut he dun won't, nnd dc night . wot "Mr. Fairfax," she said, "I have an- clerk says you'd better come down. other favor to ask you. I assure you Needn't be in no great hurry, sah, but it concerns me vitally. I want to know come down when you Is nil ready and AV OUJirS.iKUnttTOKR If you will let me go with you to bring your grip along.' Naples. In order that I might not be MxJtnnM "I saw that something was up," conin your way, we might trnvel in diftinued the drummer, "and I got out of AmtSmd ferent compartments; but go I must. bed and dressed myself. I begun to I am so frightened about my uncle. smell smoke as I dressed, but the eleHinpJrfU. If I follow him to Naples, It is just vator was running, nnd there was no rpsTTW? possible I might be able to dissuade excitement. rMlsnsss him from pursuing Hayle. If he were "The night clerk was putting the Apcrfecl Ilcmctly for Cons to kill mc for preventing them, books nnd valuables In the big safe, , Sour Slomach.Diarrltoca would not let them meet. Kclieve mc and ns I walked up to the counter ho Worms .Convulsions .Feverish when I say that I am terribly anxious smilingly said: ncsB nnd Loss of Susep. about him. Hesides " "Sorry to disturb you, Mr. Hlnnk, Here she paused for a moment, on If nnd I didn't until the last minute, but FocSlmilo Signature or bhe did not quite know how to con- ns a matter of fact the hotel is on flro tinue what she had to say to me. and has got to go. Nothing to pay, "Ah I have said, you and M. NEW YORK. thank you, and may I kindly mean the French gentleman could to step outdoors before the nsk yon ceiling travel in your own way. All that I comes down on your head?'" want to be nssured of is that I may be in Naples and at hand should any"Jllniir (ilKule" fall.. thing happen." "Some years ago I visited an old exact copy or wrapper. "If you really wish It, I do not sec friend of mine in Minneapolis," r.nid why you should not go?" I replied Milwaukee a railroad "Hut if you desire nircnn- - man, "unci he spent considerable timo mt eiHTaus eoMPANr. mw vonaarrr did opinion, I must say that I think taking me about to show me the many you would be far better oft at home. interesting places In that interesting Htill, if you desire to come, it'H not city. One day he took mo out to sco for me to gninsay your wishes. We the famous Minnehaha falls, nnd after Guns DIsrrhots.Dyicnttry.wl will arrange therefore that, unless I had feasted my eyes on tills beautithe Bowel Troublti cl you decide to the contrary in the meanful work of nature he Invited me to time, you accompany us by the 8:50 necoinpnny him down the gulch 1 AidsChildren ofAnyAgt. RejuliUi morning." train through which the little stream flWa .MRmTHINo7oWDlM)llJ the Dkeitlon. Strtnsthru Boweli, "I thank you," she Bald. at least half a mile and there called (he Child nd MV Costs Oily 25 cents at Druggists, A few moments later Leglosse re- my nttcntiou to u little cascude that TEETHING EAbT. turned with the information that it is an exact miniature of Minnehaha Or uall it essU to C. J, MOrFETT, M. D 8T. LOUIS. MO was as wc suspected. Kitvvater and falls. h JVjlS TJ. bar Its (Tlhln Powdtri) Codd had arrived in Paris that morn"'Whnt do you call this cascade?' 1 sna Ud. .bsadlM Dr. HolMl's TKF.THIrUma lull Em Ua4llf 1111 iloc fromflnl Inlrodmlioo tf proptlturr mioln, ant our unlll y.ar to j Bert lum.rllaoJ tha bow amount to twojr thrwi hunilrtj grou p.r which la mr (Irons r Mtneof ing, nnd had visited Hayle's lodgings asked of my friend. U f lilsf lo lb, rnolbira of th eouaUf. tor tht ii? nothing- is ftatusllj counUracU tb affucta ot lot luiamw " 'We call this Mlnne Giggle.' ot its or omkobii to quietly U Uoiiblti locld.nl to tttihlni. only to find him gone. ,. " WUu t is more important still," TO LA.SUH & lUNUtrt DUUU CO. WhsUssl Dtugtu Sentinel. ... 1 h ' 1 - vcrtninly be one of the places which they would try litt." While was stienhintr there wns the sound of a tep in the ruir. dor outside, and the next moment Leglosse entered the room, lie was In he highest spirits, as he always was when he was about to undertake a new piece of work. Seeing thai I had visitors he came to a Hidden standstill. "A thousand pardons," he said In French. "I had no Idea that you were will wait outside." engaged. "Don't do anything of the kind," returned In the Mime language. "Come In, and lot me Introduce you to Miss Kit witter, who has just arrived from Kiiglnnd." "Miss Kitvvater?" he repented, in uiidertood some surprise. "Surely you to say that your client, the gentleman who had lost hia sight through Hayle's treachery, wns M. Kitwnter?" "That Is quite right, and this lady returned. "She hns is his niece," brought me extra ordinary intelligence. Her uncle and hi-- . companion hate suddenly disappeared from tin little villnge of Surrey, where they have been stay ing some time with her. It i her belief that they hnve eome to Paris In search of Hayle. There would have been trouble hnd they met, but, fortunately for them, and for Hayle, he ha, given them the slip once more. It would be possible foi you to llnd out whether they arrived by the morning train, and also whether they have made inquiries at Hayle's apartments, would it not?" "Ouite possible," he nnsvvered. "It shall be done at onee. I will let you know in less than an hour what have 1 1 1 1 1 I he continued, "they have jii.inng- d to lenrn that Untie had gone to Naples, and they will probably leave by tin morning f'r .'.SO train to morrow that city. It Is as well, perhaps, that we arrange to travel by the next." "Courage, courage. Miss Kit water." I mild, seeing that she was trembling "Try not to be frightened. There is nothing to fear." Then turning to Leglosse, I added: "Miss Kitwnter has decided to accompany us to Naples. A a matter of fact, my position in the elinnge since ease has undergone Inst saw you." He looked from one to the other of us as if in astonishment. "What do you mean?" he asked. "Hitherto," I replied, "I have been acting ngninst Hayle, with the Inten tion of securing him, In older that my clients might have a most Important meeting with him. For tin future, however, my endeavors will lc uvul in the contrary direction. They 111111 never meet!" "Then the best way to bring about whnt you desire Is to assist me," n-- t timed Leglosse. "Let me onee gt t my bunds upon him In the name if France, and they will never meet." "Hut we have to enteh him before we do that," I said. "Never fear, we will do it." he answered, eontldently, nnd t ha ("seemed to settle it. Next morning nt 8:50 we left Paris for Naples. 11 I PELVIC CATARRH CAU8E8 Palpitation of the Heart, Cold Hands and Feet, Sinking Cures Catarrh Wherever Located. Feelings ... Pc-ru-- na I f f t ,m m t -- miyvMW'Aiw " l Yi:-- -f Wlrs.X.Schnelderf .r r"7. sw - S -- lw ITo lie Continued 1 Mrs X SthneldcrJtOOThirty-soront- h Ono wi'inau has dyspepsia, nn rt broiielilts. nnother HrJghtu d sense another liver complaint, nnother u sumption, another femnlo cmii) . t Theso women would bo very mini, r innctl to Hear llial tlioy arc all j(Tir tig with chronic catarrh. Hut it is kh nevertheless. Knch one of these troublesnnd n ninny mora arc simply cutnrrh thut n, chronic lutlummntlon of thn time lining of whichever organ In au"e. 'ti Any internal remedy that ni.l cure cs tarrh In one location will cure it in r.y other This l.n why I'eruna . Le come, so justly famous in tho cure if female diseases. It cures catarrh ' wherever located. Its cures remain Pertina does not palliate It cures Hon Joseph 11. Crowley (ngi-ru-mafrom Illinois, writes from ho' son, 111 , the following nrnisn for tho great catarrhal toulo Pcruna. ( n 1 11 j I t- se-ce- fc 1 Kit-wat- A ' - ( . - rirt 1 CAST0R1A Always Bought (V 1 The 1 nnHmiiiinH "V'twi-s- '' tlFoodaminetfula-UguScStoiKQMlkrrA;)- Sin-preten- Bears the Signature of tl Nauc otic ' AM 1 Una-Tlo- n jiA Use For Over 1 Thirty Years nPBHPflyjH CASTORIA Cftolera-Infantum, med-itntivcl- y. well-know- n IBjEEIBf-;r, - "'""., m Uil-wuuke- e ji"lff",yy1BgSBWLMty J, lqiwiinmijiiiiMi vm iiiKiiiiwii A TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT. The Clever Iteeusonlnsx Tbnt Chnntjatl the Vlesr of an Opponent of r Machine Labor, e?o3 Wh& a PREPARE FOR DROUGHT. Many .Scnuoim That Ileuln lvllli Coition DiMTniiiiiirn of llnlu Had In Dry Spell. HUMOROUS. who, judging by tneiraiiticarance, were both A New temporarily out of einilo)inent, givn their opinion V rk tUain txr of iectntor, including two Irishmen, A ihovel had attracted a larft.o num. rt&'tyMiPv" VALUE OF COW PEAS. A ar3'u mm u iUu y 2zjU Ue i)cr l the Thu way tin jilant crop f,Tos .lien thi' conditions nre rlht in runuli to iniihc n ln.y niaii get ii) mid lit'iit tin; diiHt out of his imn clothe. We ito not nil agree n remarkedto the bevt pin it to follow ' ie here, jou fellows, if that dijrgmj with ns the following note wtull Rive work to a hundred men with cow a vela and plcka, why not get a thousand from J. II. Hale will ahow; "I rend men and girt them Uaipooui to do tho with intereat err. thing you print I"hej Irishmen, with the quirk wit of nhout the eow pen, n nil 3011 ro nil the.r race, saw the force of the remark, ami right to feed it 011 poor hind, but the humor of the nluntion They luineA itill-sieI n, - A the big hovel at one lick icooped up ton of dirt and dumped it on a cart, Laif one of the Irishmen remarked: "What a aliaina to think of them digylng up d.rt in that way!" ' What do you mean I a iked hit com panion Well," tAkl the other, "that machine li taking the bread out of the mouth of humtrcdi of laborer who could do th work with their tuck and shovel." ' Illicit you are, Harney," aaid the other fellow Jutt then a man who lad been looking t.u, and who had overheard the conyersA-liu- ferlllf Crop 'Mint .Mnlin I'mir l.nmt So Tliiil It Aflrrunril I Uuoil IIiiouuli for All IIiIuk. of Wc line shown jilctines nct'tl nml tin llttlu cow-pe- n now, in the out an Idea in jrien the pl'iiita, of , , )'" heart ly in the laugh that followed, and one of them added ' You re right, mate I The machine' thi thing, after all." A I of a Miiall jacht ha in hiaenv ploy a Finn who acti in the double ctpacttv of cock and deckhand and whom he had af ways regarded a cngle '1 he other day the The on ner I)Usr rreiurn t. i I Finn admittel that he had a wifeanu two Lara n iiland, for whom h proudly beast- ed, he recently purchased a JtKO home out of Ms earnings n a tailor "Wi v doesn't your wife lire over here" iked hu emplojcr ' e!t, tir, he don't agre rith the cli- wa the response -- .N. i . l'oit. mate 1-- . I i through lift, he . will i ..u i t n mill iiinnni jcit niuuv j1 jimii .1uuum keep hi friendship in constant irpair. Jo. uaoa anct a II . ...... 1 1 .I .. li.L ,w aMlllltl. he advance -i. Te man who ital way calling for the fool V. er uruiil be the first to h.de it h iaw him iiti eg Chicago Daily News man Wa'cb e At trtj (.,.. he ttrtr, h It a dangerous pmtrncT cowi'iia vinish. WHERE DOCTORS FAIL ToCnro Woman's Ills, Lydla R l'lnkhnnt'H Vcgetublo Com- Hru. Fauliiio Sound Succeeds. Writes: ' Tinxn Miwu Piskhau: 80011 after my m.rrige two years Ago I found myaelf in conatnnt pain, The doctor aald my womb was turned, and thi a caused the pain with cotuldcrablo inflammation, lie prescribed for me for yv - 1 jctj. fj --' -.- J". tHS hi cT VHP mt 7 J'SBBB TaKjBBBBBBT In ' 1 li not omcwhat improved by the addition of a little nitrogen. I now eow peat on every inch of good land, nx well ax poor, that 1 enn And available for thin plant during Its season. Just now 1 am clearing up a rough, rocky, brush pnMure that In too tough to plow, M with an extra heavy cutaway I am chewing it up and ceding it with cow peni." What we meant w.ts that on the average fnrry it is better to grow corn or mimic similar crop when the coil in already good enough to grow it. Put the eow pcati on poor laud and make it good enough to grow what vou need! Iturnl New Yorker. rn-- t tlm-Ul-- ny 'no one i when think of Houing cow pemt on gocd noil' ym are 'w.ny "way 01T. The, nre worth many times thrlr cost In the way they iinpro' the mechniiiral condition of the Mll. and I hnie Hcliloin xeeii much of our good lands in the .M-i- that are in lt v ft THE ABUSE OF SHADE. Tun Mnnj' 'Vrrrn nml Mirulia llir I'nriu lluu.r lirnllli) l)niiiiiic. rim lid I'rotliirr I'n- A MM. PAULINE JUDflON, Bccictarr of Hrherinerhorn Oiolf Club, jtrooklyn, New York, four months, when my huhband heenmo impatient lccausc 1 grew worse instead of better, and in ipeallng to the druggist ho advird him to get Lydlu 12. and .Sniiufhe Y'nsli. How I wish I had taken tlmt at first ; it would hnvo haved mo wcekH of KuiTcring. It toolc thr-'long nicinth) to restore rue. but it la a happy relief, nnd vro arc both mobt grateful to you. Your Compound has brought Joy to our home and health tome " .Mum. Pauline JrnnoN, 47 Hoyt Street, Itrooklyn. N. Y. 45000 fwftit If abovi UHImtmlatll not fnuln. c rlnkliuin'.s Vgotalle C'oiuptMiiiil would hociii by this Hfatc-ineflint M'otuoit Avoiihl snvo time and much .sickness If thoy would pet lijdla K. lMnkliaiu's Vegetable Coiupoutid at onco, nnd also write to 31 n. lMnkliam nt lijiui, 3Iiihs., for Kpoclal ad vlco. It is free, nnd ulwuys hclis It nt ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar 8lgnnturo of Sec FaoSlmllo Wrapper Yery IIcIovy. I'or our hot Mimmcnc ha(le around the houc (ci'in. to be an absolute it U well to remember, however, that, like moat other good things, we mn t,u me fchade that it becomes nliwlutcly harmful. It has often been observed that while a home is new and link little bhadc it U healthful, but after the houae is buried under tiees the family begin to MilTer from vurious ditcase, which when tho the trcs were siftnll und cant little shade they were entirely free front. Tho cxplai.ation in thii: When a Iioufc ! buried in thadc, it becomes dark and damp. Uarknevs and damp-n- e are both favorable for the growth of moldK. mildews nnd dieac germs. Buulight drift the house and hills outright the germs of movt of our formidable dicacF. ltheumatin and consumption thrive (nieclally in dark and damp 1iiiiicf. In the dnik dirt accumulates; (11m ense runs rampant In dirt and Ramp-ne.iAnd then In durhnevs and dart the arch iiemy of man, the devil, too, j, is at home, nnd we have the dirt, diseat-- and the devil. Shade should be around the house, not over it. Let there be open placet all around the house, so that thcMin may shine directly upon it. This wilt keep it dry and wholesome. Another evil which conies with too many trees- - is the shutting o(T of the current of nlr so necessnry when it is very hot. Heat is much more endurable with plenty of moving nlr than it is. when there Ik no circulation whatever. Plnnt trees, plant them in nbiindmicc, but not too close to the 3iou.Sc, nnd when they hecouio too dense cut some of them out, Koinem-be- r the injunctions: "He temperate in nil things." "Hold fast to that which 0. OrofT, in X. Y Trlb-tinis good."-- fl. y. !. ijunrtet-dnrknefc- e. tntll and at. 0117 to take a ancor. FOR HEADACHE, iCARTErtS WlTTLE FOn DIZZINESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR FOR SALLOW CONSTIPATION. SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXIOH H ttwtt I xuini.uiMmmi CURE SICK HEADACHE. Purely Vegcuaie.yiwg In I'rnlne of Alfiilfn. rnilrnnd c.illclnl says of alfalfa: 'Our farmers, chiefly in Nebraska, depend almost solely upon it to feed, nnd abundant crop is necessary. The first crop is enormous and acreage has been lnrgely increased, which reflects its importance. Horses work well on alfalfa feed and require very little grain. Cattle thrive and fatten quickly, nnd only hnvc to be finished with grain before shipping to ninrket. The most important fcuture of nlfolfn lies in the fact that it has made n of the hog. Nebraska raises two crops on unirrigated land, and as many ns four crops on irrigated soil. Thp former enntnins nhout L'S per cent, more nutritive qualities, however, nnd is the most grown." Prairie Fanner. Keroseae lll soften boots or shoes tlint. lr.aj h.ve been hardened by wathem as pliable as newr ter and A liny-eatin- g an-im- nl You "Oh, Mother Mlldrcdl naughty little girll You know you oughtn't to slap Klsle's face I" Mildred- "Where ought I to slap her, A look nhend is worth more tlinn then, mummy?" I'uneli. n dozen glnnccs behind, uiiIchh the So Like a Uargaln "She didn't latter nro used to draw n lesson used to care anything about getting from. After the drought it is poor into the 100." "No; but she's heard consolation to say that if wc had that it has been reduced to .iOS."- -r done ro and ho the crops would have Philadelphia Hulk-tin- . been Haved. Jt Is better to be preCorrecting Him. Teacher "Say, pared for n drought early in the 'thej aren't,' or 'they arc not.' lim Reason, und to do this is Himply to must never my 'they ain't.'" Toning give the crops the cultivation they "Why not?" Teacher "Ileeaue nctiinlly need. First we should do it ain't proper, thut's why." Philaour plowing as early ns possible, and delphia Press. then the harrow and cultivator She- - "Married? The Idea! and sho should follow the plow, nt regular inwas just beginning to make her uiium tervals. By giving early und deep famous as a novelist." lie -- "It only and continued cultivation wc accuproves that no woman can make her mulate moisture in tho soil so that name so famous that she wouldn't we have o surplus to withstand nny change it if she got a chunce." Philordinary droughts. Hut to retain " adelphia PreH. surplus of moisture the soil must (Jetting Fsed to It. She "Mr. III-lbe in a finely pulveri.ed condition. need to lie well spoken of, but Lumpy nnd cloddy soil soon parts of late he is in bad odor." ill -soakwith moisture, either through account of ing down into the subsoil or being "Yes; but that's only on don't like t ho sun. his automobile. carried away by the winds nnd It does not Deep plowing is necessary nt first, hincll myself, but they say lake long to get used to it." Huston Is but surface cultivation thereafter best. The few inches of topsoll that Transcript. A Pretty Sun Sign. "How is Is finely pulverized mny then dry Drown getting along? Is he prosperout by the hot weather and winds, "Well, his actions certulnly but the roots of the plnnts will find ous?" a molrt subsoil which they can would lend one to suppose he wns run down to. This Is beneficial to prosperous." "Spending money freethe plants because it strengthens ly?" "Oh, no, It'a not that, but he's their power of resistance to drought advNing such of his friends as are nnd makes them sturdier nnd more having hard luck not to get discourvigorous growers. Surface feeding aged." ( htongo Post. 'I he owi.er of small yacht has in plants are always thv first to suchis employ a Finn who acts in tho cumb to drought. One should use the roller more doubic capacity of cook and deckfreely on soils to store up moisture hand, and whom he had always reagainst drought. This is particular- garded as single. The other day tho ly true on very light, loose soils Finn admitted tbnt be had a wife where the capillary openings nre al- und two boyt in Finland, for whom, ways so large that wnter passes too he proudly boasted, he recently purreadily upward ami downward. The chased a $000 hoiiM out of his earnroller compresses this soil nnd ings as a sailor. "Why doesn't your emmakes it firmer, so the movement of wife live over here?" asked hisagree ployer. "Yell, sir, she don't is slower. Ilnpld movethe writer ment of the water In the soil, either with the climate!" wus the response. N. Y. Post. upvvnrd or downward, li to be nvoid-ed- . The soil that holds St and refuses to part with it is what wc HUNGRY TROUT BITE WORST. need. We can get such mechnnlcnl of conditions in almost nny soil if wc Tlmt U tlir Theory K nn IAnufler Who ORrrn III iptT or plow, harrow, cultivate and roll a I'roof. properly. Such preparations ngnlnst drought nre the best that can be livery trout fisherman knows that done, for if the dry spell does not there are days when trout will neither nppcar the plants will be benefited to any fly nor take any sort of by the cultivation to such an extent rie and nine out of ten fishermen bebait, ns to pay for all the trouble. W. E. lieve that the nacon for this Is that Far in or, in Hoston lludgct. the trout are gorged with the natural food of the waters they are in "ain't POPULAR IN SOUTH. hungry." the homely phrase U. Here i the theory of an old angler on Outdoor Irrli-Al- r Clutrla for the the subject: Mornirc (if All Sorln if llouae- "Of courte, even during these otl I10IU Xeralttr. days of the trout, one will be caught then, but always on bait, and It Is common in the south for now and the fish when it if the angler could country folks to have u sort of out- take the bait he would notice that it door fresh air closet, n small de- does it in a very pcifiinctory manner tached htrueturc set in the shadiest The trout does not move out of its plaee possible, standing upon four way in doing It, but mechanically takes tall legs, with n flat shingled roof of of barely enough slant to shed the the bait in much after the fiuhion the Micher. rain. The lloor is nt least four feet "Then, if the trout fisherman who makes a catch at inch a time will open ihc trout and eamine its stomneh he will be. surprised to find that instead of the fish being gorged with food, r.nd hence indifferent to more, itsstom nch has not a trace of food in it. "This will be found to be the case invariably, and di. poses of the belief that when trout icfuse to bite it is because. they already are full of food. It would naturally be suppoed that the best time to catch trout would be when they nre hungry, nnd that the time when they nre the hungriest would be when their stomachs are empty; yet. pnradoxlcnl asit may seem to be, such ik not the case. "It will be found that when trout are rbing best to the fly, or are taking bait OUTDOOn FRESH Allt CLOSET. with tnofit avidity, there is plenty of from the giound nnd the whole food in their stomach, frequently so structure only wide enough to reach much, in fact, that it would seem well across one's nrm. There nre that nn more could be taken shelves nil around nnd the weather in. bonrding up nenr the roof is drilled 'Why this should be no one can tell with tiny nugur holes for ventilaIt i a fact, nevertheless, which any tion. The door fits tightly nnd fisherman may easily verify by invefustens with n lock. Around each of stigation." the legs is fastened n tar bandage A Ilrveri-i- l Joke. six Inches nbove the ground, wJiich A prominent I'piscopalian clergytraps ants, spiders and their ilk. man who lives in Mount Airy, and The structure is whitewashed inside who-t nnd out twice a year. In hot weath- snuioth-shuvc- severe clerical attire trnd face frequently give shelves and flooring nre washed er rise to tlu belief that he is u priest every morning und hcoured twice n is chuckling Such n fixture should not of the Catholic church, week. over an experience that befell him cost over three or four dollars, even the other dny. "I was going to the If one hires it built. Mrs. T. C. c'ty," he said, "and seated directly Cummings, In Good Housekeeping. in front of me in the train were n young Irish couple and a little child I'lmlnra for I'lirm I'iirpiie. 'I'hc little one was very playful and An Iowa farmer who believes in machinery for the fnrm, re- peered roguishly nt me over the back marked n few days ago that the time of the feat. From flirting with the little girl I got into conversation with was not far distant when gasoline engines would occupy nn important place the parents, nnd I noticed that to my in the farm equipment. It has been questions they would reply: 'Yes, only n few years since tho engines fr.tht'i',' or 'no, father.' Finally the mother plucked up sufficient courage hnve reached n stage of practicability, and in this short period of time to remark: 'You seem very fond of am,' the farmer has learned to make one children, father.' 'Of course, machine do the work of several men. 1 said. '1 hnve six of my own at I'urchnsed originnlly to run n pump, home.' You should have seen them mnny of the smnller engines nre now look ut each other in horror." Philadelphia Kccord. performing duties from running and crenm separators to proOiip (Joint pelling the fans in the dining-roo"I don't see," said the first Intel lectual gentleman, "why people turn Itlea "Worth Cnrrjlnc Out. KlTorts are being mnde to have the their noses up at the thought of eatdepartment of agriculture arrange to ing locusts, yot devour the soft crab give a scries of Held demonstrations in with avidity." "It is liccau.se," explained the secfarm machinery nt the coming St. ond individual, who wus u natural-borLouis world'n fair. Foreigners not acrcasoncr, "the locust may be quainted with the working methods of our agricultural machinery could then hud for nothing, but tin crab comes see for themselves their superiority at a dollar n do.en, and hard to get and practicability. If arrangements at that." 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Each from each apt ft could thrust So far wc could Meet no more, Sweetheart, In this world never more. lllunelie Ntvln. In X Y IrdYpendent. I sl-i- c My Strangest Case BY GUV BOOTH BY. Author of "Dr. Klkola," "The Beautiful White Dsvll," "Pharos, The Egyptian." Etc. good, but it wns bullfelent for me to see two figures standing by the window. "To whom am I indebted for the honor of this visit, mademoiselles?" I begun. "Don't you know me, Mr. Fairfax?" the taller of them answered. "You forget your friends very quickly." "M.sHKitwater?"l cried, "what does opened it, to find tho concierge there. "There Is a lady in the parlor to nee monbieur," she said. "She has a maid with her." nuked, In"A lady to sec mo?" credulously. "Who on earth can she be?" The concierge shook her head. In my own mind I had armed at the conclusion that it was .Mile. Beaumarnls, nnd th.T Huyle had sent her to discover, if possible, whether I had escaped from my confinement or not. On finding out that 1 had, she would telegraph to him, and once more he would be placed on his guard. At first I felt almost inclined not to see her, but on second thought I saw the folly accordingly enof thi proceeding. tered the room where the lady was nwaiting me. The light was not ory I 1 1 ! 'I 4 ' tOopjrighUid. 1901, by Want, Lock Oo-- l - ,v S.. ?i w-- f is rr rant for his arrest on a charge of he and Mr. Codd hnve disap- embezzlement in Cochin China. For that thnt reason we are following him to peared?" morning." "Disappeared?" 1 repeated. "Have Naples "To Naples. Has the wretched iiihii si$ you any idea where they have disapgone there?" peared to?" "So we hnte been led to believe," "No, but I can haard n very shrewd guess," she replied. "I believe thev I nnswered. you think my unci will "Then do have crossed to I'aris in search of find it out and follow him?" she aski'.;. my Mr. Havle. Since last Sunday wringing her hands. "Oh it is nil tot uncle has been more depressed than I ever, while the paroxysms of rage, to terrible. What shall do?" "Well, if I might be allowed to be which he is so subject, have been even Copperlleld's Mr. Dick. more frequent than ever. If the truth like David ee." should be practical, and say, 'dine.' be told, I fear his troubles hae I suppose you em have hnd "And I shall accompany you, if you must his brain, for he talks to him- since you left England?"nothing to turned vlll permit me," said Leglosse. in such a queer way, nnd asks She gave a little wan bmile. "But vvhj ?" I asked in surprise. self few minutes If I have received every "Wc have not hnd very much, cer"What have you got to do with him? news from you, so that I cannot help IV'ou have no case against him, and tainly," she nnswered. "Poor Nellv his mind is not what it should you thinking you cannot spare the time to do it be. You must understand thnt on must be nenrly starving." simply out of kindness to me." The maid, however, protested thnt Inst, thinking It might poswns not; but wns not to be de"It's not kindness, it's business, m Saturday required or I drew she sibly be friend," he replied. "You may not be- a large sum of money the ense, bank; nied. Bidding them remain where thej from the were, I went downstairs lieve it, but I have a warrant for your more than JC 100, in fact. 1 securely viewed my faithful friend,nnd interman's arrest." the conup in my writing table, nnd cierge. locked it "On what charge?" With her I arranged that "On a charge of being concerned in thought no one knew anything about and her mnid should be pro fate. uncle nnd .Mr. Codd it. But the best of all the stories of the a big embezzlement in Cochin China," wentYesterday my nnd did not return, vided with rooms in the house for thn' for a walk, Sic answered. "We luid the other two night, and having done so went on to sleeping premier Is thnt of the I watched for them severnl men by the heels at the time, but the though While I was thus waiting I the nearest restaurant. In something who bored parliament with n history less than ten minutes all was settled, of ihipbuilding from the day i of Noah Englishman, who wns the prime mover hours. in it, we have never been able to lay opened the drawer in the writing nnd in under 20 they were seated nt and his ark. North dozed nt the mentheir meal. At first the girl would not tion of the ark, and lept on till our hands upon. I felt certain that sit down with her nystres. but, with day when 1 met him in Amsterdam reached the Spanish armada, her usual thought fulness, Miss when a colleague awoke him. "Where that I had seen him somewhere beordered her to do so. fore. Ever since then I have been puzare we now?" nsked North, only to be "And now, Mr. Fairfax," she snid, told that they were then in the reign zling my brains to discover where it when she had finished, "we must diswas, and why it was. bo familiar to of Queen Elizabeth. "Dear, dear," cover the hotel where we can stay the exclaimed the prime minister, "vvhv mc. A photograph was eventually bent night. At present we know of no not let me sleep n century or two as of the Englishman by the colonial place in which to lay our heads." authorities, but in that photograph more?" "You need not trouble nbout thnt," he, the person I buspect, wears u I said, "I have already arranged that beard and a heavy mustache. It is the BREAKING IT GENTLY. von shall have rooms in tlu house if fiamc man, however, and the descrip The old An Iimtm llnlrl Clerk Who la KnllllcU tion, even to the mark upon the face, 3 on care to occupy them. I Intly to whom It belongs is a particular tNo exactly tallies with Hajle. lo the Klral Prlxc for Tliiiuulit- friend of mine, nnd will eerUunly do think I can help you to obtain a rather fulueaa. unique revenge upon the man, that her best to make you comfortable. I presume that it was your bag I saw in in to say, if you want it. From what "Chicago is on the top limb, of you have so far told me, I understand the concierge's otlice, when I was there course," snid the drummer who wns just now?" that you have no evidence against him just returning from n trip, says an ex"We left it there," she answered, change of thnt city, "but they haven strong enough to justify the issue of nnd then gave me my reward by add- graceful wny of doing things farther a warrnnt. Well, I have that evidence, ing: "It is very kind of you, Mr! Fair- west. and between us you may be sure we'll fax, to have taken so much trouble. I bring him back to I'aris." "I was staying nt n hotel in an Iowa This was delightful hearing after all ennnot thank you sufficiently." town a few nights ago when n bellboy we had been through lately; ut nn. "You must not thank me at all," woke me out of my first sleep to hnnd rate I greeted the prospect of replied. "In helping you I nm only me in the card of a mun I had never cooperation with acclamation. doing my duty to my client." heard of and to ask me to come down AGAIN," 1 had It would be hard if between us we "WE'VE BEEN DONE FIST DOWNI scarcely said the words before to the office at once. CIUED. BRINGING MY I regretted them. could not find Ilnylc and bring him to It was a foolish " 'Tell him I'm in bed,' I replied. WITH A THUMP UPON THETAULE. the justice he bo richly deserved. speech, and a churlish one as well. " 'Yes, sah, but he wants to see vou "Now, let us get out of this," I said. not to notice it, however, tabic to procure something I wanted, "I muht obtain something to eat if and discovered that the money wns hut bade her maid go down to the mighty bad.' may take It out in want"Then he I perish in the attempt. I am nigh missing. Only one construction could concierge's office, and tnke the bag to ing. I'll see him in the morning' A basin of soup, a roll and htnrvlug. the room thnt had been allotted to "'But lie can't wait, persisted the a cup of coffee are all that I hare had be placed upon It, Mr. Fairfax. They her. The girl disappeared, and when boy. had wearied of their inactive life, and she had gone Miss Kilwater turned to had set olf in search of Hayle." "'Then he can move on.' "You shall dine at once," he an"They ure awnre of his address in me. "'But he dun won't, nnd tit night swered, "nnd here. There is an excel- Paris, are they not?" "Mr. Fairfax." she said, "I have clerk snys you'd better come down lent little restaurant further down favor to ask you. I assure you "Yes, my uncle repeated It from be in no grent hurry, sah, but the street, and one of my men shall morning until night," she answered. it concerns mc vitully. I want to know Needn't come down when you Is all ready and fjo there and tell them to bring you "In point of fact he did little else. If you will let me go with you to bring your grip along. up u meal. After thut you bhall go Oh! it Is terrifying me beyond meas- Naples. In order that I might not be "I saw thnt something wns up," home and change your costume, and ure to think what may happen should In your way, we might travel in dif- tinued the drummer, "and I got conout then we will arrange what shall be they meet." ferent compartments; but go I must. bed and dressed myself. I began of to done about the traveling." "You need not fear that," I replied. I nm so frightened about my uncle. smell I This programme was carried out to "Hayle has tired of I'aris and has If I follow him to Naples, it is just vator smoke ns dressed, but the elewas the letter. We made a good meal, at bolted again. Very probably to a place possible I might be able to dissuade excitement. running, and there was no least I knew that I did, and when it where they cannot hope to find him." him from pursuing Hayle. If he were "The night clerk wns put tingwns eaten, n cab was procured, and in to kill mc for preventing them, 1 books and valuables In the big the 1 believe she said "God be thanked" safe, company with Leglosse I said good-bunder her breath, but I nm not quite would not let them meet. Believe mc and ns I walked tip to the counter lie. to the house in which I had spent so certain upon that point. I did not tell when I say thnt I am terribly anxious smilingly snid: bhort a time, yet in which I had beeu her of the trick Hayle had bo lately about him. Besides" " 'Sorry to disturb you, Mr. Blank, ho miserable. Jlerc she paused for a moment, as If nnd I didn't until the last minute, played upon myself. If the telling hut "I shall never know how to repay were necessary It would be able to bhe did not quite know how to con as a matter of fact the hotel Is on Ilro you for your kindncbs," 1 bald to my come later on. tinue what she had to say to me. nnd has irot to iro. Nothing to nnv. coiupunion as we drove down the "Ah I have snid, you and M. "May 1 ask what brought you to street. "Had it not been for you and Purls, Miss Kltwatcr?" I inquired, aft mean the French gentlsman could thnnkyou, nnd mny I kindly nsk you to step outdoors before the your men I should now be starving in er a pause. travel in your own way. All that I comes down on yourhend?'" celling that wretched place. I'll certainly for"My great fear," hhc answered. "I want to be assured of is that I may give Huyle Jf he lb ever buccessful wired to you from Chnring Cross to be In Naples nnd at hand should any"Mlmie C.litulr" rnlla, enough to take me hi again by one of bay that I was coming. Did you not thing happen." "Some years ago I visited an old his rascally tricks." "If you really wish it, I do not sec friend of mine in Mlnucnpolis," paid receive my mesbngc?" "You must not let him do that," reI remember the fact that, not why you should not go?" I replied meda Milwaukee railroad turned the Frenchman, bhuking hih hnvlng time to open them nil before I itatively. "But if you desire my enn-dJ- d man, "and he spent considerable timo head. "Our reputations are at btake." was called nwny, I had put borne of opinion, I must say that I think taking me uliout to show me the many When I reached my own apartments the telegrams on one side. As ill luck you would be far better ofT at home. Interesting places in thnt Interesting the concierge was much relict cd to see would have It Miss Kltwater'w must Still, if you desire to come, it's not city. One day he. took me out to see me. .She had been told that I was have been amongst these. I explained for me to gniniay your wishes. We the famous Minnehaha falls, and after dead, perhaps murdered, and that I hnd been away from the house will arrange therefore that, unless I had feasted my eyes on this beautivisit to ilnd me had not helped all day, and only that moment re- you decide to the contrary in the menu-timful work of nature he invited me to to reusstire her. A packet of letters turned. you accompany us by the 8:50 accompnny him down the gulch uhd telegrams were handed to me, "I felt," she snid, Ignoring my ex- train morning." through which the little ntrenni fhnrs which I carried up to my room to read cuses, "thnt I must come to you and "I thnnkyou," she said. nt Icttbt half n mile and there called A few moments Inter Leglosse rethem while I una changing my attire, tell you nil thnt 1ms transpired. Also my attention to u little cascade thnt Never before had I beeu bo glad to gut thnt I might Implore you to keep the turned with the Information thnt it is nn exact miniature of Minnehaha .out of u dress suit. men apart at any cost." was ns wc suspected. Kitwater and falls. " 'Whnt do you call this ciucade?' 1 I had just finished my toilette and "We can enblly find out whether Codd had nrrlved In Paris that mornwnh in the uct of tommenciug the pack- they have nrrlved In Purls, and also ing, nnd hnd visited Hayle's lodgings asked of my friend. ' 'We call this Miune Giggle, UA ing of the bag 1 intended taking with whether they hnve been to Hayle's only to find him gone. me, when there was u tap at the door. apartments' I said. "That would "Wliat is more Important still," wuukec Sentinel. .. inter-the'.estpi-tapI 1 jn-t- r Kit-water flown," ho answered. "Has the not struck jou that they were fjoing to clear out and leave ,ou there to starve?" "The brutes," 1 answered. "But I'll be even with their leader yet. And now-le- t us get away from here as quickly as possible. Hnve you any idea where our man has gone?" "To Naples," Lepnllard replied. "I disguised mjself as n pompous old bourgeois, and 1 was behind him when lie asked for his ticket and distinctly heard what he said." "Then I shall go after him nt once," 3 replied. "He will in all probability !e off his guard. He will imagine me to lie still locked up in this room, jou mis-Iiicio- CHAPTEB X. Co.vrtNLKD. "I shall be grateful to jou nil my life for the ben ice you lime rendered me," I replied. "Hut how did you manage to gain admittance to tliib hoube?" "It wns quite cum ; the birds had n trouble." "I am indeed sorry to hear that." I answered, and then glnneed nt her maid as if to inquire whether it were safe to .speak before her. She interpreted the look correctly and nodded her head. "Yes Mr. Fairfax." she said, "you can say what you please before Nelly." "Then am I right in interpreting your trouble as being connected with your uncle?" I nsked. "Yes, that is it," she answered. "You hne guessed correctly. Do you know story," she answered, feel sure that .vou will have am in terrible time to hear it now. "It "but is a long T 1 this mean?" he eontinued, "thev hare iiian.ii." d to learn thut Hale h.ul gone to Naples thev would tr firM. While I wns speaking there wn the ami they will probably leave b. tin morning f'r outside, J: SO train sound of n ntop in the and the next moment Leglosse entered that city. H l a- well, perhaps that (he room. He was in the highest spir- we arrange to trnvel by the next." "Courage, eournge. Miss Kitwater." its, as he iiIvvii.vh was when he was snid, seeing that she ws trembling nbotit to undertake a new piece of had visitors he "Trv not to be frightened. There is work. Seeing that came to a sudden standstill. nothing to fenr." Then turning to "A thousand pardons." he said in Leglosse, I added: "Miss Kit water has French. "I had no idea that you were decided to accompany us to Naples. A engaged. I will wait outside." n matter of fact, my position in the "Don't do un, tiling of the kind," ease has undergone u cluing since returned In the same language. "Come lust snw you." in. and let me Introduce juti to Miss lie looked from one to the other of Kilwater, who has just arrived from us us If in astonishment. England." "Whut do you menu?" he asked. "Miss KilwjiterV" he repented, in replied, "I have been "Hitherto," some surprise. "Surely understood acting ngainst Ilnyle, with tin- inti j on to Mi, that your client, the tion of securing him, in order th.it my who had lost hi sight through clients' might have n most iiiip..enut Basic's treaehei, vvnsM. Kltwntrr?" meeting with him. For the' fui'irr, 'That is quite right, nnd this lad. however, my enihuvors will be u "She has in the contrary direction. Thry inul is his niece," I returned. brought me extruoMinnry Intelli- never meet!" gence. Her uncle mid hU romp.niiu "Then the best way to bring nb" t have suddenly disappeared from tin what you desire I to assist tne," r liltlc illnge of Surrev. where thev turned' Leglosse. "Let me onee git hate been stating some time with her. my bunds upon hhn hi the nmiu- f It in her belief thnt they lime conn-t- France, nnd they will never meet," Paris in search of liable. There "But we hnve to catch him before we would hnve been trouble hnd thev do thnt," I snid. met, but, fortunately for them, and "Never fenr. we will do It." he anfor liable, he has given them the slip swered, confidently, nnd thnrseemed onee more. It would be possible foi to settle it. j on to find out whether they arrhed Next morning at 8:50 wc left Paris by the morning train, and nlso whethfor Naples. er tlie hate made inquiries at llntle's To He Continued apart incuts, would It not?" "Unite ..ossible," he answered. "It will let you WHEN THE PREMIER DOZES. shall be done at onee. know in less than an hour what hate irrtninlv be one of the plnces which PELVIC CATARRH CAU8E8 Palpitation of the Heart, Cold Hands and Feet, Sinking Cures Catarrh Wherever Located. FcclingsPc-ru-n- a , t --" --- - I 1 m 1 I 1 1 - gen-Ueiiin- , II IBW A . V. f7-- " -- ' - LfcvAv-V'-;- i ) III VM rs.X. Schneiderw Mrs X Si hnclder, 3100 Thirty-seventPlinc, Chicago, 111., writes: "After taking cverut remedies without result, I began In January, 1901, to take your valuablo remedy, complete wreck, I'eruna. w.is Had palpitation of the heart, cold hands and feet, female weakness, no appetite, trembling, sinking feeling nearly all the time. You said I was suffering with systomlc catarrh, and I believe that I received your help In the nick of time. I followed j our directions carefully and can say today that lam well again. I cannot thank you enough for my cure. I will always be your debtor. I have already recommended Peruna to my friends and neighbors and they all praise It, I wish that all suffering women would try It. testify this according to the truth." Mrs. X. Schneider. Ore.r half the. women hnvo catarrh In, annio form or another. And yet, not n tenth of the womou know. thut Ihclr disease is catarrh. Jo distinguish catarrh of vnrlou organs It has lvcen named vury dltTereuUy h 1 1 1 discovered." I thanked him, whereupon he bowed to Miss Kltwatcr, nnd then disappeared. "M. Leglosse is also in pursuit of Hayle," I ir In llir- - 'Mint Vffuril (irrnl llrllllt I'nrllniiirnt A i imiarmcnt li llir Sprt'lntMt-a- , pre-mie- explained. "He holds a war- It may not be becoming in the of (ireut Brituin thnt thry mii times fall into a doe during th- sess sions of parliament, hut they do. though on rare occasion. n London paper. Lord North wjs the duke of Devonshire of the ighl eenth century. His parliamentary might have been: "HeyawmI and yawned and yawned and felt u sleep." Indignant orator were constantly complMinhig of bis rrfua! t. listen to their peeehes, nnd the premier hnd a way of humiliating them. "Even now, in these perils, the oob'r lord it asleep," bunt out an angry member of the opposition, and Lord North, waking up, exclaimed: "I wih wns." "The physician iliould never quarrel with his own medicine." the sleepy minister retorted to another grumbler, and to a speaker who impeached him of all sort of crimes and called attention to the fact that he wns dolng Lord North complained thnt It vvatcruel todeny him the solace which other criminals enjoyed that of a night's rest before they met their h chronic liifinmmntlon of the. mua ji lining of whichever organ Is nnci ud Any internal remedy thnt will euro c tarrh In ono location will cure it in ury other This la why Peruna has lo eoinu so justly famous In the. euro of diseases. It cures catarrh ' feinulo vrherover located. Its cures re main I'eruna does not palliate It cures Hun Joseph B. Crowley, t vIik'tm. man from Illinois, writes from Ho)' son, 111 , the following iirniMi for the great catarrhal tonlo Peruna. n grcssmun Crowley nays : ( C has dyspepsia, nn tl r, broiic-hla, another Bright' iLscnsr nn.jlher liver complaint, nuothcr t u sumption, nuolher feinnlo cmnpla t These women would bo very much s ., ii i.nod to near thai limy are an suffer But it is k, uir with chronic catarrh. nevertheless Each one of these trouble.snnd a groat ninny nioro nre nimnly catarrh - thut M, Ono woman t '' ','ti,.,. "Mrs. Crowley has taken n number of bottles of Peruna on account o nenous troubles. It has proen a strong tonic and lasting cure. I can cheerfully recommend It." J. U, Crowley. A catarrh book nont frco by Tie e rutin Medlclno Co , Columbus, Ohl If you do not dorlvoprouiptninUat factory results from tne uso of Piruis write at once to Dr Hart man giving a full statement of your case and he w bo pleased to give, you his valuable sj 1 . I ' 1 prob-tibly- Address Dr. Hartmnn, President t Tho Hnrtmau Sanitarium, Columbut, Ohio. rue gratis fttl-rf- . Tii Allqn't Foot Kite it s eerUin cure for hot, wealing, rlloui, and iwollen, aching feet. Don't se Sold hy all Drtinmita Pr ice cent any substitute. Trial parkige FBKK. Addrt.. Allen f Ohntted. I Boy, N Y, A min had to go away from home o htr thst s Irsrned JuJgt of Jersey City kit df fined the making of goo goo rjr n I.LI) or Phi) conferred upon biro, I t an attention without intent torn, the world the COD it brought rigat to hn d lUVtimort Amerirtn sn gj on with a new ni of itcurity. Milnauke bentmel bijis I do not believe Piw't Cure 'or tvon hat an rjul for rouht and t J tl ('urea While ran Wnlk. 1' B)rr, 'trinity John led, IcU Now vr ot ii, C . 13. 1W0. Snic., 'o And now it u announced that the Jap. wordt alien- - Unguagc ltcVi cut lbs wortt a Jap ran tay to anybody, in hit ns tive tongue, it that he It a "felhiw," and if of a he ttatita to ciprent indignation "Tber, there'" Irony variety, he hou Yankee immiThe .Taps ought to r nrouri Verble Jait I.anuaasr. Editor-- Ther It lomethiu lad cj about the feet of thlt poem. Poet (atMcntly) Perhaps U'a ihort, t r Ohio State Journal. Sonivthlns Xcettrd. gration Buffalo Kx(ret Cold In To Cars drueHsUrefunclmoueyUitrtlttocure wc I.ook out fur tht man that letl y.u Hate jou a good anl are ynj ' carry a.l tht tailing Atbiton (Kobe ' Tke I.antire Ilrnm ing on foolfiS :n iii.-- On Oum.ne Tib'elt Dr Al "Vsi tit madder mit yon' atkel J1 tK-to-r ."'chmtdtUiip, wildly war ng i baton al th n trombone plavtr you r yu play het der banl' L dunapoltt N'twi Police lapiain "So you thol the i t Wai he mad" Olhrrr Orogtn N K but OT IroMy thol owned him wai IS-- dr tr troit Iri-- Preai do compfur J ' :i,n do it ake a i s way that vou mi) bo orer otie Somi ' A. h.un (l)bt igo KdiKa'Kin it m tiga'ed ignorance Daur Newt i -- tb i j GASTORIA bauMdl jJWTentrrrtT' For Infants and Chlldron. 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Or mall ts In o .1 unven-- r w' w ""-r- t tlrtts-irlef- o DUrrhoes.Dyunlcry.Mi (he Bowtl Troublci ol Children efAnAgt. Aldi Dhjtitlon. Recutita the Doweli, stringim -the Child nd MA" , as m. n .. TEETHING EAM. oi. m- -r ---- nlllB. -,,,- MOi '"" uI tWSWt. xt i . . .IlL ., 7fJBJW"-H ,' . ' "''WVMr MUJ1 . J r TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT. I Tb CIrrer HriuonlnB 'Mint Chnnsred the VletT uf nn Opponent of fucliliia Llor, A steam ihovel had attracted Urge nura-te- r of njieelfttori, including two Irishmen, v ho, judging by tucir aj.iiearancr, were both A New Uinpuianly out of emilo)tnent. Rives lueir opinion uf ma- rk u M rqa&&F!$ws .n 55853 rir i i " PREPARE FOR DROUGHT. Manr .IriKiin Tlint IIckIii llli Coition Downpour of llnln Knd In Dry MiiclU. A look ahead la worth n dozen glnucvn behind, HUMOROUS. You "Oh, Mother Mildredl naughty little girl! You know you oughtn't to slap Flsle's face!" Mildred- "Where ought I to slap her, then, mummy?" Punch. So Like n Uargaln "She didn't used to enre anything nhout getting into the 100." "No; but she's heard that It has been reduced to a'.is."- Philadelphia P.ulletin. Teacher-"'a- y, Correcting J rn. 'the aren't,' or 'they are not.' hm miifct never ny 'they ain't.'" Tonuii "Why not.'" Teacher "Iteenme It ain't proper, that's why." Philadelphia Press. She- - "Married? The Idea! and sho was just beginning to make her name fainoiiH as a novelist." He "It only proves that no woman can make her name so famous that she wouldn't change it if she got a chance." Phil" adelphia Press. r (Jetting I'scd to It. She- - "Mr. used to be well spoken of, but of late he is in bad odor." JU -"Veh; but that's only on account of 1 his automobile. don't like tho hinell ni self, but they say it does not take long to get used to it."- - ISostou Transcript. 1 DENL 7s V " 1 par VALUE OF COW PEAS. A lime nlinvMi jiIcUhtm nf the till' liltlu Jllllllt.M, now, in the cut nn Idea In git en of the jilnntl The wny the crop grows when the comlltioiiH nrc right i enough to iiiiilcc n liiy man Just thrn a man who had been looking get up nml beat tin; tltiKt out of Ilia en, and who had overheard the couvera own clothe. We do not all tit; ret ns t, n remarked: with se herr, )ou fellowi, if that digging to the bct plan to follow w cue work to a hundred men with cnw iLa, ns the following note el and pick, why not get a thousand from J. 11. Jlale will nhow: t "I rend i rn and give them traipooni to do the with i'T.vthint; you print i ha Irishmen, with the quirk wit of nlioiit the cow pea, and you are all right to feed it on poor hind, hut ihr t rare, aw the orre of the remark, ani They Joined Wc ! the other, "that machine la Well," Uk.ng the bread out of the mouth of i.uilirJf of laborer who could do the twrk iith their Pick and shovele." ldg.it you are, lJarnev, aaid th other HCl'll 1111(1 CIIW-III!! A the big shovel at one lick icooped up l.a.I a ton of dirt and dumped it on a cart, on of the Irishmen remarked: What a ahatnd to tlnuk of them diguing up cl.rt iu that way!" Wl.at do you incaui asked his com- - Krrtllf Cni Tlint Jlnken Poor 'Mint It IIiioiiuIi for Ati) IIiIiik. Aflrrunril I, nml So In (looil ftill-sli'- d , 1 luti-rrtt- t 1 J e niunor of the situation earl !v in the laugh that followed, and cue of ti.rm added Viu re rght, mate! The machine a thi thing, after all." t I 1 if i lor rd aw ne r of a wnall yacht haa in hi em-j- i, y a Knin who acts in thr double cnpacltT . lllaagt rrr nirnl. way im tl' aiked hi emplojcr e' air, he don't agree vith the the response N. V. Post. derktiand and whom I had ! a iiiclr The other day the a!inittrl that h had a wife and two nlaiid, for whom h proudly beast in e rr.ently purehaied a (MJ home out earning as a sailor i y doen't your wif lire over here'" i.Kr!rd 1- - k ad u ell-ms- 'e -- If a man dee not make new acquaint-r- ; a he advance through lif. he will A man thould t n 'md himtelf left alon Lerp h.a friendship in constant lepair J t.i u fte man who i al way calling for the fool-' uM be the first to H.de if b er taw hln.i rj Chicago Daily New t Ws'ca irar l ! e wn li.cbe ti'ift.rr, he l a dangerout ri:nri:T cowpka vinks. FAIL when iu any 'no one think of Kdwlnr row peas on goal noli' you nre 'w.ty 'way oft. They nro worth many tlmeti thrlr cost In the wny I WHERE DOCTORS imprie the mechnulcal condiToCnro Woman's Ills, Lydla E. they of the koII, and Kcldoin tion rinkhnm'H Vegelublo Com- - uren much of our (,'ood hae In the Iniuls SuccccdH. Mm. Faulliio en.t that are not Kouieuhat ImSouihI WrllcH : "Drun Miui. riMKHAu: Soon after my marriat; two years t'0 I fourxl tmnelf In ctmatnnt pain. The doctor aa.d my womb wns tiimrd, and thin caused the pain with conaldcrablo lie prescribed for me tor ! proved by the addition of n little eow pena on every nitrogen. I inrh of f,Miid laud, nx well nn poor, tlint I can find nnl'nule for thU plntit during its genxon. Just now I am clearing up n rtiuf;''. rocky, lirukh pnKture that n too tough to rdov. n with nn extra henvv cut- erd- am chewing it up and uw.i Ing it thirkly with cow pens." What we inciiit wis that on the neraj;e fnru it ih better to grow corn or nome miii i In r crop when the roll Is already gm.d enough to grow It. l'ut tlie cow pens on poor laud and make it good enough to grow what jou ncid! Itural New Yorker. 1 THE ABUSE OF SHADE. Too Tree the Pnrni lluu.r I'rnilurr Mnnj- nml Miruli Ariiiiutl t'u- - lirnllli DniillMlraa, MI13. TAVUVR lkooklyn, Now York four months, when my hiibband beenmo ir.. i f Secretary of ,iri)OV, Siherinerhrn Ot-l- Club, f d Sl!IIti(! Wilhll. How 1 wish I id taken that nt firat; it would hnvo hawd tno week of MilTering. It took e ' ig montlin to restore rue. but J' I' a a happy relief, and wo aro loth . A grateful to you. Your CoiniKiund I ,i brought joy to our home and I I .1th to me " Mil TAt'LiNi: Jrnso.v, 4 Hoyt Street, llrooltlyn, N. Y. 4JOOorftlt If abew fttlmonlal 1$ not atnutnt. It 1 I'liikluiiirH Vegetable CoiiipouiKl better, nnd in upeaklng to the drujj-g- 't he adviprd lilm to get Lytllu IC. it.i nt iTCnuae I grew wone instend M'oni by tht.H Htafc-meflint moiiicii 'would savo tluio and murh xickiuvss if thoy Mould pit Lydla K. lMiiUliani'a ogof ablo C'oiiipoiuid at onco, ami also write to IMrH. IMiiklmm at Lynn, Mass., for npcoliil ad vice. It Is frco uiid always IicIds. nt It vould ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Conuino Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar 8lgnoturo of Tor our hot m m me rn hhndc around the houe criiik to be an absolute It in well to reiiieinber, how-ccthat, like inott other good thitigk. we nm. n tuu fcliaile that it becoinei nliKilntely harmful. It ban often been ohtencd that while a home is new and lint, little khadc it i healthful, hut after the home is hurled under tretn the family begin to MifTer from arious dUeaiei, which when the. the trtK were nflhll und caft little tbade they were entirely free from. The txplat.Ation in thU: When a hoiiFc ! buried In thade, it becomes dark and damp. Darknck-- nnd damp-net- s are both favorable for the growth of molds, mildews and difeentc germs. Kiiulight dries the home and hills outright the genua of tnoit of our formidable diteaics. Khemnnlinn nnd tin he ofcpeclnlly in dark nnd damp hoiiaoF. In the dark dirt neeumulntes; dli enne runs rampant in dirt nnd Jlnnip-ncn- , And then in darkness nnd dirt the nreh ceieiny of man, the devil, too, Is at home, nnd we have the quartet darkness dirt, disease nnd the devil. Shade should be around the lioiihe, not oier it. Let there be open placet! nil around the house, so that thcbiin may hlne directly upon It. This wilt keep it dry nnd wholeiotue. Another evil which comet with too many trees is the shutting off of thr currents of air to ncccfMiry when It la very hot. Heat is much more endurable with plenty of moving air than it i& when there U no circulation whaicer. Plant trees, plant them in nhuudnuee, hut not too close to the Blouse, and when they become too ilvmc cut some of them out. lScmcm-bc- r the Injunctions: "He temperate In all tiling?." "Hold fast to that which ne-cikl- r, s con-kumpti- Is good."-- 0. G. GrofT, in X. Y. Trib- une. z See PocSlmllo Wrapper Below. In A Terr eiuU aud n atjty to lake s acciur. CARTER'S FOR HEADACHE, FOR DIZZINESS. IVER PILLS 1 rite I 1TTLE fun BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. F0R CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SXIN. Cnt Purely FOR THE COMPLEXION """iMNn mu.t ka iu'u. YcyetaIlo.xWw6 CURE SICK HEADACHE. rnllrnnd olllcial says of alfalfa: "Our farmer, chiefly in Nebraska, depend almost solely upon it to feed, nnd abundant crop Is necessary. The first crop is enormous nnd acreage hns been largely Increased, which reflects its Importance. Horses work well on feed nnd require very little grain, fntlle thrive nnd fatten quickly, nnd only hnve to be finished with grain before, shipping to market. The most Important feature of alfalfa lies In the fact that it hns made a of the hog. Nebraska raises two crops on unlrrlgnted land, nnd as many as four crops on irrigated soil. The former cnntiiiiia nhout 25 per cent, more nutritive qualities, however, and is the mor-- grown." Prnlrle Farmer. Kenueae ill soften boots or thoes been hardened by wathat ir.ij them as pliable as newr ter and nl-fal- fa I'rnlnr of . I fill fit, hay-eatin- g nn-im- al t ho 1 more tluin unless the latter nro used to draw n lesson from. After the drought it 1h poor consolation to say that if we had done so and ho the crops would have been snved. Jt is better to be prepared for n drought early In the season, and to do this in simply to give the crops the cultivation they actually need. First we should do our plowing as early as possible, and then the harrow and cultivator should follow the plow, at regular intervals. Ity giving early and deep and continued cultivation wc. accumulate moisture in the soil so that we have n surplus to withstand nny ordinary droughts. Hut to retain n surplus of moisture the soil must be in a finely pulverized condition. Lumpy nnd cloddy soil soon parts with moisture, either through soaking down Into the subsoil or being carried away by the winds nnd sun. Deep plowing is neei'ssary nt first, but surface cultivation thereafter is best. The few inches of topsoil that A Pretty Sure Sign. "How Is Is finely pulverized may then dry IJrowu getting along? Is he prosperout by the hot weather nnd winds, ous?" "Well, hut the roots of the plants will find would lead one his notions eertuinly to suppose he was a moUt MibsoII which they can prosperous." "Spending money freerun down to. This Is beneficial to it's not that, the plants because it strengthens ly?" "Oh, no, of his friends but he's as are. ndvNing such their power of resistance to drought and makes them sturdier and more having hard iuck not to get discourvigorous growers. Surface feeding aged." ( hicago Post. The nwi.er of a small yacht hns In plants urc nlways tliv first to suchis employ a Finn who nets in tho cumb to drought. One should use the roller more double capacity of cook and deckfreely on holls to store tip moisture hand, and whom he had always reagainst drought. This is particular- garded as single. The other day tho ly true on very light, loose soils Finn admitted that he had a wife where the capillary openings nre nl- and two boys in Finland, for whom, ways so large that wnter passes too he proudly boasted, he recently purreadily upward nnd downward. The chased a $1)00 house out of his earnroller compresses this foil nnd ings ns n sailor. "Why doesn't your makes it firmer, so the movement of wife live over here?" asked hisagree "Veil, sir, she don't the wntcr Is slower. Itnpid movement of the water In the soil, either with the climate!" was the response. '. Y. Post. upward or downward, ii to be avoided. The soil that holds It nnd refuses to part with it is what wc HUNGRY TROUT BITE WORST. need. We enn get such mechanical A 'Wlio thr conditions In almost nny soil If we Thnt InOlVcrxTlirory of nn nu'lr r III KmtI'iic- plow, harrow, cultivate and roll mm t'ruof, properly. Such preparations against drought nre the best tlint enn be Lver trout lhhermnn knows that done, for if the dry spell docs not there arc dus when trout will neither nppcar the plants will he benefited rite to an ily nor take nny sort of by the cultivation to such nn extent bait, and nine out of ten fishermen bens to pay for nil the trouble. H. lieve that the rruion for this is that Fanner, In ltohton Hudgct. the trout nre gorged with the natural food of the waters the are In "ain't POPULARIN SOUTH. hungr." ii the homely phrase U. Here i the theory of an old angler on (,'lonrt for the the mbject: Outdoor lrrli-.ll- r Slornirf of All Sort of llonar- "Of courtc, even during these otT IioliI NrrrBiltlri, das of the trout, one will be caught and It Is common in the south for now anil then, but tihvathe on bait, It fish when if the angler could ee country folks to hnve n sort of out- take the bait lie would notice that it door fresh nlr closet, a small de- doe, it in a ver pet functor manner tached structure set iu the shadiest The trout doe not move out of its place possible, standing upon four vs in doing it, but incchnnieall takes tall legs, with n fiat shingled roof of bHlt tn much after the fashion of barely enough slant to shed the the sucker. the Is at least four lect rnln. The lloor "Then, if the trout fisherman who nitikes n catch nt such a time will open the trout and examine its stomach he will be. surprised to find that instead of the fish hying gorged with food, r.nd hence indifferent to more, its stom nch has not n trace of food in it. "This will be found to be the cave f the belief thnt when trout refuse to bite it is beenuse-th- e alreadv nre full of food, it would naturally be suppoed that the best time to catch trout would be when the nre hungry, and thnt the time when they nre the hungriest would be when their stomachs are empty; yet, paradoxical as it mn seem to he, such it not the case. "It will be found that when trout nre rhlagbest to the fly. or are taking bait OUTD00K FKESH A1H CLOSET. with mofet nvidit. there U plent of from the ground nnd the whole food In their toninchs, frequently so structure only wide enough to reach much, in fact, that it would seem well across one's nrm. There nre that nnv more could be taken shelves all around nnd the weather in. hoarding up near the roof Is drilled "Why this should he no one can tell with tiny nugur holes for ventila- It - a fact, neverthelet. which an tion. The door fits tightly and fisherman may easily verify by invesfastens with n lock. Around each of tigation." the legs Is fastened n tar bandage A llpvrrri) I'tttlier'" JoU six inches above tho ground, which A prominent Kpiscopnlinu clergytrnps ants, spiders anil their ilk. The structure is whitewashed inside man who lives in Mount Airy, and nnd out twice a year. In hot wenth-e- r whoe severe clerical attire trnd smooth-shavegive face frequent! shelves and flooring nre washed rKe to the belief that he Is u priest every morning and scoured twice n the Catholic church, is chuckling Such a fixture should not of week. over nn experience that befell him cost over three or four dollars, even the other day. "I was going to the if one hires it built. Mrs. T. C. c'tv," he said, "and seated directly Cummings, in Good Housekeeping. iu front of mc in the train were a joiing Irish couple and a little child KiikIiich for I'n rm I'lirpovcn. The little one was very playful and who believes in An Iown farmer machinery for the farm, re- peered roguishly nt me over the bnck marked a few days ago that the time of the eat. From flirting with the little girl I got into conversation with was not far distant when gasoline enthe parents, and I noticed that to my gines would occupy an important place in the farm equipment. It has been questions they would reply: 'Yes, only a few yenrs since tho engines father,' or 'no, father.' Finally the mother plucked up sufficient courage hnve reached a stage of practicability, and in this short rp'id of time to remark: 'You seem very fond of am,' the fnrmer hns learned to make one children, father.' 'Of course, machine do the work of several men. 1 said. '1 have six of my own at Furclinsed originally to run n pump, home.' You should have seen them many of the smaller engines are now look at each other in horror." Philadelphia Kccord. performing duties from running and crenm separators to proOne fiooil IlenMon. pelling the fans in the dining-room- . "I don't see," said the first Intel lcctual gentleman, "why people turn Ilen Worth Cnrrylnir Out, F.ITorts nro being made to hnve the their noses up at the thought of eatdepartment of agriculture arrnnge to ing locusts, yet devour the soft crab give a series of field demonstrations in with avidity." "It Is because," explained the secfarm machinery at the coming St. ond Individual, who was n natural-bor- n Louis world's fnir. Foreigners not acreasoner, "the locust may be quainted with the working methods of our agricultural machinery could then had for nothing, but the crab comes sec for themselves their superiority at a dollar a dozen, and hard to get and practicability. If arrangements at thnt." Haltiinorc American. can be made to carry out this scheme, DIncov ereil at Oner, it will be a good thing for the visitors, Police What first called our attenas well as for the manufacturers. tion to the fact that your house hud Too many farmers feed aivny the bten robbed? She- nrofit in n lot of hogs by feedine for misted my too heavy weight. Town Topics. Hi-ler. Hnddi'-pon-so- EVERY WOMAN HAS BACKACHE Every woman who has the care of a fam ily or household has at one time or another spells of backache, nervous weakness, headache, heartburn or Indigestion, caused as a rule by worry, overwork, Irregular meals or habitual constipation. To all women who suffer in this way we say, take PRICKLY ASH BITTERS, It will cure you. It performs a marvelous transformation. The tired, weak, despondent, pale, nervous victim is soon a strong, bright, happy women with rosy cheeks and cheerful spirits. Sold veryrrtiere at i.oo per boiua. STRONG KIDNEYS MEAN GOOD HEALTH TberearenodUeue that more quickly Dd mrelr derange the entire conatltutlon than KIdnvr or Uladder trouble, and It behoove crerr roan and woman auffertnt from the te dlieaiea to tiaru UiemnelTe cured at once. The bodrdeuend upon the Kidney to throiroO tho watto matter ot the rtlem. and when It fall to do thl the reult I an Interference with dliesUon. audden Mopimce of the frcn circulation of the blood and a orlou weakening of the Alio rheumaum could not exlit If It were not for weak and dcrani rd Kldner. hrt. --5, BM1TII MEMCAL CO.. SHU KlDNEVflSCURE alf Uemlemen- .- Knclotcd pleace find draft fcf.CJ, a per elatement. Hate boat ht orco of your Hure Kidney Cure from the Jobber ilnco buying of yon. It lira tho bem atlfactlon of anything I aell for Kidney Trouble, neapectfully your, H. U. Lucas, Ottawa, Kasiu. WAXATIATCniK. TEXAS. I bare been tufforlnr with a Kidney Trouble for a sood while and bare tried Kidney Hemedleaand failed to ret anr rollef Until! had taken HMlTlI'a &VKB KIDNCY CUKE. Three bottle cured me. Too much ran not be ald In Ita behalf. Your respectfully, flio. FARHAS. SMITH MEDICAL CO., 8U Lout, Mo. Uemlemen me tbreeor foardoien or your Smith' tend Kidney Cure; I am Hure puihJnglt: BcTeraloldcbronloaate cured, K. A. imiLET. M.D., tT m(rte. I'hydclan and Drngglit, AlTlu.Teia. St.Louli.Mo. for HUITU'N HUUK KID.NET CUHE contain nothing harmful, but nerertbelo It will entirely cure lliigbt'KlUtaic-.dlabetr- . dropy, grarel. ttone In the bladder, bloated bladder, frequent dexra to urinate, pain In the back. leg, aide and oyer the Kidney, awolllng of the fool and ankle, retention of urine, scalding pain In the bladder, wetting the bed in abort, every form of Kidney, bladder and urinary trouble in man, woman or child. Trice floe and 81. 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Lmr. Allen's Ulcerine Salve krU A. N. K.- -F 1028 ELSE Bt rlw 11 Ucst CUIUS WHERE All Cough ttjrun. 1 hauil-mlrro- r. WHEN .WKITINa TO ABVERTISEEtl leue atl that yoss saw the AdvcrtVa Us lJ rvj FAILS, In tlron. 'ratios Good. Vto Bold by drufrglats. tali f ,mjrTi'iT"' , -- WiJr 1 I' Ml; - " WI n Hr ft. I a I Mil ss M HFWS. i Bm J. 4. i : THE MINUTES n n r 1'iirranr Ul UUIICIIl The Continued Story ci hvpni UfCllio. ..i z y t v ui urooKea weeKO. a. Leieora-- , Duty of (wuents to lh SumU i ae'l This subject dehool m handled hy .1 . F P '.nwi. .r.Av.wl thRt hi kiH s niO' ,.,,.- ,,.v.... - i ... - .- SALEM NEWS. STARR. E. E. Thurtnan will teach the school at Midway again this fall Mr. Thurman is "ono of the oldest thor-oughl- y ;i n M M r? b his business. J. F. Paris will teach again at utS?t Allownoono to deceive you In this. Pleasant Hill; this will be his sec- Thursday Morsis.. Recitation by Masters Klrby Imitations and " are tint, All Counterfeits ond school in this district. He ' i:periinent.s that trillo with nnd endanger the health of Huwell nnd Ilugliey Drirur Mr. Arthur J Morton spent gives good satisfaction. Opening praer by Rev John ngnln.st Experiment. Infants and ChUdrcn-Kxperle- nco in Ma- -' J B. McNeely will teach his Brown. Scripture iaotatios by twelve Sundav with Mrs Morton home school at "this place. This rion. Scripture reading by Rev V. R. little girls will be his third term for us. Last but not least, song. "Bessie Roy L. Threlkeld returned to J. B. Hunt will co to Belmont Gibbs. Prayer by Eld J. J. Franks tho Drunkard's Loi Child." Miss Dawson Thursday. Cnstnrln is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Iaro-Kiirlagain; this will be his second term girl three Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is IMcasnut. It History of tho church P. K Vina Stemhridge, a little of Smith at Belmont; he stands high with Ffnn f f! contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Shoemaker led off in a discussion. years old. We several davslast'thJsd,strictRsateacher lnH MtlMnticc. Its age U its guarantee. It destroys Worms Everybody in a rush, for the givin rauch inforraation in re- Excellent music whs furnished week on legal business. It cures Dlarrlum and "NMud and allajs lMerl-hncs- . by the choir. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Mr G. R. Merrell of Cincinnati 'Several new camps are being erec,S.to tho cburch1 he church was established and rinttilcncvT It u.lmllatcs tho Food, regulates the spent several days here last week ted. Dinner was on the gronnds nnd Stomach nnd UoweN, gltiug healthy and natnrul bleep. about the year IS35. Mrs J. R. James has beeu very looking over our great mineral many baskets full were taken up Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. R. L. Thurman, J. J. Frank?, ilborn is attending field. He, like all others, was su- sick; Dr. after all had dined. W. H. Crow and Ira B. Hughes prised at the wonderful richness her. The da) whs a pleasant, nnd we ALWAYS GENUINE e made appropriate talks. The well at Piuey is dry. trust a profitable one. have had a few good showers this History of pastors. P. E Shoe Scars tho Signature of The Ohio Zinc Co. of Akron, Week. May the blessings of God rest miker led this discussion, follow, Ohio, began work on the Hardin ' TJncle Etheridge is all smiles. ujkmi the dear old church and her property, four miles west of town. Its a twelve pound boy at his ed by R. A LaRue, W. R. Gibbs, people at Crooked Creek. F Laugit with short talks This is a very rich corporation. house. Bev. J. W. Vaughn has been The pastors, as nearly as we can and will be a valuable addition to Just Lcok at Her. list of ?1,ed to, lhp carfl of Piney church- get them are as follows; our large and ever growing for another year. He pleased ev. . Whew cae that ipri;hUy W, Jas Mansfield was first; mining companies. Bought ery one. favllko skia. rich eoy coiuplvTtoa and Morrison, Clabron Wilson, Joel suKik; face She kfcs cu-d-. cwxl. Dr. Baird, of Albany Ind. spent look Pleassut, Please. Champion, John Be- - Here's br cr Grace, Dr Kini;' h all of last week here. The Doctor In Use For Oyer Years. Photographer C C Harlaa of Eaton, bout, Frederick Rushing Colin New Life IMW. itesalt a!l orgaos ac : TtoC CCMT.W TT iv is largely interested in . the cele- - 0., can do so now, though for years he . X Hodge, Isaac McMurry. M II. i tive. UumHioB sxi, no hMlchi-- no brated ancy Hanks mine. untokl agtx?can he suffer conldat. chance for blue. Try tbew yoilf. on Haase and Dr. Hayden oar from the xort form of indipestion. rtley, E B Blackburn. Jas Rob- tv 3V at Wood. A Co' Capt. will leave next Snndav for A3he.'AU Pteiaos and medicines failed to inson, F. L. Atwood, T. C Carter. help him until he tried Electric Bitters, R. A. LaRue. W. R. Gibls XOKHOfO0-HKJ-00-0- ville, X. C. They will be gone! which worked At a meeting of the trustees of 0:0 sach wooders for him that Present outlook of the church; the Methodist Episcopal church, ,, a, .. t be declares thej are a godsend to suffer v led by Elder John Brown, follow, Snth in Nashville, it wns decided Quite a crowd from here will at- ers from dyspepsia, aod stomach trou ed by M waiKer F Conger, Dr. J. S. Ruck to endeavor to raise a $.QOO,000 tend the Hampton camp meeting bl. Unrivaled for dtreass of stomach. LAWYER G Hughes, liver aod kidneys, tbey build up and ner. J. J. Franks, Typewriter and Stenographer endowment fund, the interest on which begins today. and City Judge cite new life to tbe whole system. Try R. A. LaRue which is to go to snperanuntcdl H. E. Worten and Mis9 Wiunie thei ooly 30e guaranteed at Woods A. After prayer by Bro. Long, ad- ministers and widows nnd or Retnilr r term of Citv Court Blue & Nunn'i Office UARiCN K' Davis of Hampton, passed through C"s. journed to 1:30 p. m. tj if i ' unttrn phans first MoiuIay in vnr month. . here en route from Dawson. at n riar)l' I' ) A man's estimate of himself Afterkoon. 0- K 4H!0-KHK5HlHAll mining men know that X. may be accepted as long as he A Necessary Precaution, HR. Farris & Co, keep the finest lives up to it. After devotional exercises took Doa't neglect a cold, it is worse than line of Havana and Domestic O.frt.oAMES L.H.JAMES up the S. S. work. unpleasant, it is dsncerou. Hy using HIs Sight Threatened. to be found in the district. Relation ofjthe Sunday school One Minute Cough Cure you can curr White pccicin:: last month my 11 t J II Urnif Col A. M. Hewlett, rice presi- year-oiboy was poisoned by some weed to the church. Dr. Buckner open- - it at once. Allays intiaraination. dear I'RtLKK II dent of the Western Tube Co., of or piaot," says W H Dibble, of Sioux ed the discussion with a very able the head Ktbw and trenicthns tbe mucous membrane- mrw croup, cough, LAWYERS City, la. "He rubbed the poison on bis talk. Kewanee, I1L, will join his brothbsolutly throat and lung troubles. hands into his eves, and for awhile we er, Col. M. K. Hewlett, at StrawHY - ' Brethren LaRoe, t ranks and srfe. acts immediately children lik it. MARION. were afraid he would lose hu steht. ... uu followed. berry Villa this week. at Haynes nally a neighbor recommended DeWitt's "OS W. f i Sole Agnt for th Clb'Jt d Mr Herbert Hill and Miss Do-si-e Witch Haael Salve. The first appbca-- , ?r n Harper and Old Hickory WhtsVisfA. Dever of the Eddy, were mar- tion helped him and in a few days he 4 ried at the Maxwell House, Nash-viil- was as well as ever." For skin diseases imhI Vltor. tnvn In cats, bunu, scalds, wounds, insect bites Mail Order. fi .LAWYER. last Thursday. I De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve b X MKloN. you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con KENTUCKY . ii Hu-Mr R. B Cawper, of Southland. cure. Relives piles at once. Beware of rr.iijt, V stipated, bad taste in the mouth f 11 ' counterfeits. At Haynes. ;! spent several days in town last HTi'n'r"!! not all of these symptoms, MARION K1 week. then some of them? It's your liver. SHERIDAN. John C. Rutter, of Hampton, Still needing rain in this section: the J, A. & Jno. A, Jioon spent Sunday her6. Movements of People. understands re-uni- Several New Mining Men Arrived teachers in the county, and soil. kHe was followed bv IV 1' " ner and .!. W. ArUnck The following ara the proceed-ing- s QjnliQcntions of Superintend-- ' of the S. S. celebration ami ents; discussed by l G Huijhes. held at Crooked church Tho importance of rbmtren s Creek church July 24thday; by R A InHoo -. - tion at Church Reunion. selling grureri '";" r .noali -tnnkittt.' r- ' HS "'. Tlio Kind You IIne Ahvny.s Bought, nnd which linn been in use for over JJO jenrs, 1ms borno tho Kifrnntiiro of x; nnd has been inndo tinder bin pcr- jL&'ffi'fA Mmnl Huporvlslon slnco Its Infancy, -- ? Jmt-ns-goo- d" What is CASTORIA c, r. - , - j:.: CASTORIA , j ( , fyuc&M 30 i -- fh The Kind You Have Always - .. J. I. r " hruxni ?... miss Nen ... -- H- -- ci-ga- rs Wm Suo-VMH- liarriganj ir d James & James - ti r-- l!';"sWhiskiesi I e, VtsYourLtWer! w H - "rs m K C m iYVUURb Hot Weather Weakness. crops look bad. Wheat threshing is over and as a gen eral thing the wheat is better than last , If you feel fagged out, listless acd lacking in energy, you are perhaps suf. fering from the debilitating eaect3 of summer weather. The symptoms indicate that a tocic is needed that will create a healthy appetite, make digestion perfect, regulate the bowels and impart natural activity to the liver; this Herbine will do: it is a tonic, laxative and restorative. H. J. Freegard, Propr Grand Mew Hotel, Cheney, Kan. writes I have used Herbine for the past 12 years acd nothing on earth can beat it. It was recommended to me by Dr. Newton, of Newton, Kan." oOc at H. K. Woods'. year. Franklin Bros. had the svrifut crew that ever went through our section, and thty were all gentleman, too. Sheridan precinct has more deputy constables than all other precincts In the county. W. B. Yates, our singing evangelist, is ' helping at a meeting in Dyer, Tenn. Miss Cora Dollins has returned to her home after her visit to our community. Every one that can spare a team is going out to work on the railroad, and also some that hare no teams. Luck to the Pf.Em, its editor and man ager. " H u is a m.1 1 -- :Z:."iU ..BICYCLES.. M B H H m vegetable remedy. containing no mineral or narcotic poisons. It will correct any or all symptoms, make your health, appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents, J natural $12.98. 1 ..LAWYERS.. a THEY RE THE BEST. Collations Full lino of Sundres. speeinlt dt-r Unco snado on (lav of c OFFICE: First O. L. A i LUK, Phono orders giran prompt . lM- - Mar. FunntifB Bank, .Marion attention. 1 Is R. F. DORR, FunerallDirector 3dealer;in' jj 1 g TO THE Embalmer WEST AND SOUTHWEST. new Lumber foi Sa A proud woman may sweep out of a room, but she disdains to sweep it out To My Shatters ali Records. Twice in hospital, F A Gullage, Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to Oer-bena, g Coffins, real, rcn all pti' r:g i Caskets, Burial Robes and Slippers. Fine Hearse for Funeral Occasions. Picture Frames of all 3 g kinds made to order. Also Picture Matts. go cure a severe case of piles, causing 21 tumors. When all foiled Bucklen's ArIt is with joy I tell you what Kodol did nica Salve soon cured him: subdues in for me. I was troubled with my stom- flammation, conquers aches, and pains, ach for several months. Upon being ad- best salve in the worlu; 25c at Woods k vised to use Kodol I did so, and words Co's. can not tell the good it has done me. A The census bureau has issued a neighbor had dyspepsia and had tried most everything. I told him to use Ko- bulletin giving tho condition of dol. Words of gratitude have come to agriculture in tbe United States ' me from him because I recommended it for 1900. shows tbero was at j Geo W Fry, Viola, la. Health and ' strength of mind and body depend on stomach and normal activity of the nntirn nnnntrv. wlimh tenro rnlnnrl the digestive organs. Kodol, the great recon at SlG.G74.6Ui.G94.247. Of this structiv tonic, cures all stomach and amount $3,5i0,193,lUl or over 21 bowel troubles, indigestion, dyspepsia, per cent, represents jthe value of Kodol digests any good food you eat. buildings. The value of farm imTake a dose after meals; at Haynes. Friends. KANSAS, OKLAHOMA, INDIAN TERRITORY AND ARKANSAS, bt, Louis au AND K ms-i- s th it own rails 'uinbor of nil duuensioi jx; is in projMirod to till bills on vc keep constantly on W. A. DA VI IXS .. a eonmvtnj; with t'.Duli irnns from 1 Lit) to NORTH SOUTH TEXAS. HARPh WIDSKlffll BOSTON & WALKER iFuneral Directors and Embalmers. CASKETS, BURIAL ROBES and SLIPPERS. Our Mr. Boston is a graduate of the National School of Embalming. We have a hearse. All calls given prompt attention AVe cam-- a Library Observation Sleepers to SAN ANTONIO, With connections for all points in the It full line of COFFIXS, REPUBLIC of MEXICO. Excellent service via Ilurrton, Kas., for poiiils in I plements and machinery was $761, Put off until tomorrow the 201,550, and of live stock $3,07S,-050,04things yon should not do today. Those values, added to the value of the farms gives a to-tConstipatd Bowls. value of $20,51 1,001, 833. To have good health the body 0. T. MORRI COLORADO, NEW MEXICO. ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA and tho FAR WEST. Ask f jr tickets via the Famous at hoi Generations now a pi-Famo- al the World. " BY - should be kept in a laxative condition, and the bowels moved at least once a day, so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Edwards, 142 X. Fox Infant and Children Main street, Wichita, Kansas, writes. The Kind You Have Always ..jghi "I hare used Herbine to regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years, Bears tho aod found it s reliable remedy. 50 cents r at H. K, Wood. CASTORIA ""-- D Office ov ittirion Bmk. , ntist MARION, KY H Fall lol.tn-i- L litiubfl tpoa afr'.J.U-rtprcKEUt r ot t (o)ly ALEX. oiiti n ni t- -. rtf thfr. any local luixu. i FOR SALE HILTON. BRYAN Cta'l fumxu ltut. S'lYDER, foOTj WM. HARR1GAN- tiAINT 1.0Cl! rittianr tfgutveof (ZftfZS - yftWWF Zzszr2 '- jiu.' iiiMin ... $SSt8?tei ,,,..., i m. . V 2unit M 1 Mn I hftvo a cottnire ho. v '" nmn auu i. -- li :.. w- li uau, ui iuuuib am imin BcM tion of tho town for s a I j .l.-i.- " r, - . "7" U&miZfct vr ri W ,ul "uu EOOQ ' mTvW '