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Little News Nuggets from the
WORK OF OUR CORRESPONDENTS
Keatlaltle ;i from HoimImiii, Aio-,
La Pa. and Twin Lake The Week's
Happenings Told ISriefly.
AlHiOs, Dec. 21. Miss Viola Jordan
left for Chicago Wednesday morning,
the guest of Ii. F. Shine ami Janus
While assisting in decorating the
Richland church, Chas. dibson had the
misfortune to fall from the ceiling,
severely bruising himself.
Miss Grace Thomas, who has been
fick f r the past week, is able to be
I). J. I Sunder, of near In wood, spent
Christmas in Argos.
liev. 1. L. Jones left for Wabash
Tnesdav morning to spend Christmas
with his fathi'i'f
Miss AliiC Guiltier, ä teacher in the
Argos schools, is visiting her parents
Ii:t KMr.Ki; 21. W. J. Kankin, of
Plymouth, was in town yesterday.
Mrs. 1. F. Uosenbury had a paralytic
stroke, but is better today.
Miss Setta Tabor is home from Smith
Onio, from school.
Jonathan I'ickerl and wife are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs W. C. Morse, at Fre
mont, ( hio.
Mrs. Alex Hutchison, from Michigan,
is spending the holidays wiih the tarn
i'v (1f II:irr:s..ii Wadle. south of town. :
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A new plat of the town of Argos is a I
neat piece of work by .1. P. u tier, of
Pi;. .'. M;-s ilattie Mi.itli is
visiting in ii.'.bciiiaj
Mr.andMrs. Pcii;tvy.d r.ymoutn,
re visi u.i; at Albeit i.'u.i.i-esou s. j
Mr. and Mrs
of P.tna I
(Irecn. are viitiuj: .lohn Milk r, south
of tow n.
Mrs. Smitli and Masier
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-Married, u tiie ic-nience
Dillon, at Hochester, Mr. J. V
1 1 rev.
of th Are;os hfiusf. and
Stilton. ( 'onratulations.
Miss Ida '
Sonic of the boys from the county j
seat w.4o come tu Ar-o.s to have a jrood
time, bad that it is better to keep still I
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Otto Kempt and wiff- and Miss
Kemps, of Souih Pen
friends in Aros.
Po.ai.i l)ec. H.- Joseph Smith
visited with his brother Wednesday at
Elias Pay, living east of Donaldson,
has about thirty-live hogs.
Daniel Couts' 1 abv is quite sick with
Dkckmuku J".--Mr. Louis Mmard
and tainily, of Hammond, are spending
the holidays with Mr. Mmard's par
ents. Miss Minnie Miller, of Columbia City,
is home tor a few days with her mother
Mr. John Zohnan, of Etna (Ireen, is
in town today buying presents for his
.Mr. Ietd (.'rowi, of 'oluiubia City, is
visiting friends in town today.
Mrf. tieoige Shaffer, of I overtoil,
Ind., i- spending the holidays w ith her ; j.
sister, Mrs. E. K. llyrer. I
:ur . t.iani f, (.1 iiymm.ui,ah(lj(.oim(H. m fI((lms()n & Myers-store
uss. i.eue i ail were man aeil t lirisinu.s
eve at the M. i.. j'aioi,a' in liev. I.
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neitf . pi'ie aim .w ! .
ol Mtifcie, t'li.-istmas eve,
at tbeb.iiie .ii ibe oi ulc's jiaivi:
1 let be:.
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lifi .McKnil an I lannlv. ot 1'till'iian, t
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II!., are si'tndibg tne bood.iv:- With 1 Ii-
Uve and ii-.cii.ls bci e. ;
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Mi-s Uni!: . aid well, ot U araw, is
si.endiü- the ie.lid.ivs u.Mi her I
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the Indue oi' the bride's jmnMils, Mr.
William l.iirley, of Mlver i.'iiy, ldahu,
to Miss Willa .Johnson, of this city.
They have a host of 1'rienJs who extend
their best wishes.
The town is full of people from out-of-town,
who are visitii.g with friends
and relatives during the holidays.
Santa Claus must have had a busy
time Christmas eve, as all of our mer
chants report a large trade of holiday
goods on Tuesday.
JJourüon has .its share of would be
smarties, or hoodlums, each of whom
fully deserves a little parental discip
line, but by appearances and actions of
these cute boys their liome training is
of small extent. Their ages range from
0 to 11, and they can be found on the
streets any time during the day and
evening gathered in bunches and bo
language is too vulgar or biaspiir-mous ;
for them to ell at people passing along j
the streets. This crowd, with its actions
and language, creates a bad impression
of our town on outside people, while
our people who know them judge with
lrxi:u;i:i: ''. Mr. Luring and lady
friend, of Murr . ak, attended the enter
tainment at the church last night.
Mr. Chas. Agler and wife, of Vanwert,
Ohio, are visiting their uncle, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. White spent Christ
mas with relatives at Culver City.
Milton Cook's baby nas been sick for
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Morns Agler and daugh
ters attended the wedding at Mr. Pot
man's last night.
Jos. White and fat nly ate Christmas
dinner w ith Mr. an I Mrs. Lafayette
Mr. and Mr
s.Percival Pough have
t hi locality for a week
been visiting in this locality for a week
past. Mrs. Kiuigli is better known as
( J race Grossman.
Misses Pearl Agier and Iiuey I lohn
are home from Plymouth for a few
liciiiy White contracted with Santa
Claus tö call at his school at sjigo last
Tuesday afternoon and treat his pupils.
Old Santa was as usual in good humor
and furnished tine sport to the se'.iool
during his stay.
Notwithstanding the inclement weath
er the church was tilled to its utmost
capacity last night. The entertainment
was not as good as it had been in past
llev. Uo'thenberger will conduct reli
gious services on New Years day at
lo :.") a. m.
IVrrv SaiUi is being visited by a
brother from Ohio,
W. d. Coddard is home for a U-w
Mr. ami Mrs. IVti". .miibaugn visited
XV!tl. t0;. C) ,bv )at Mindav.
Milton IVatty bad seven s;;eej. pcr:!i
ILythe hi-h water lust week. Mr. Ib aUy
..d th XViV in a liv,,r iMttM!l tlui
.tiee t lu-m until Thui.Lty nigait
at wlrch tune he secured a h Kit and
tried to rescue them but t.u rapid ear -
i rent carried them down ihc stream and ! tall: about it in the-m tho country rus-visit-l
they were lost. j tricts, I believe. Th?re is no such
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reese lias h i i ; r.ir "e oi i
young men's class at Twin Lake .-via
day-school for the past year and as
appreciation ot his personal ipiaiiiies
anil the eüieieney he had shown in their
tmI,!l;'' tht'' i'nted him with a
l"'-"ditul bible. As Mr. 1 reese is a!-
uas t0 the innit aml to ve ,,is c,ass a
Hll'H- MUlMdllliai I JUIiH'lliai l'ia.i .uric
w oids can express of his appreehri n of
their kindness he invited them, in com
pany with their best jjirls, to call at Iiis
home on New Years night. The young
men are all acquainted with Mr. and
Mrs. Preese's hospitality an I are gladly
looking forward to the night of the 1st.
DlX r.Mr.KK 2. -Forty-eight ta.ne
rabluts were shipied to New York by
Abe Shafer this week.
Miss Nettie Walz is lying sick with
an unusual attack ot lunsr fever.
Mr. Creg's smoke stack at the factory
was blown down l ist Wednesday and
Mr. Vincent and family are .spending
a few days in South Bend and Lake
The dance here Christmas eve was
another success. It was attended by a
large, but quiet, crowd.
Jim Willis, a former resident of tins
city, is looking for property here wit h
ttie expectation of iuovin; back.
Kin i.invin, oi i.arreu, uas in oui
ll'll 1 ..Ml -4 it. k A .. I"
city last Friday, having a lay-off for a
ibn-tiv i:iitin iisIkiimI b.aiin.i to.,
diirin; Cbristmas week.
Cy ha(Vr, of alkt-rt-di, tVinr.eiiy
l-'iitri i:ul ;wv..iil n.f. wm: l Ii I .l'.v .'iil
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ing old friends a few das tliis week.
Miss Lull Abb d'. of s-.MUh I
J Ii is iv!ii;!ic 1 io her employtnent if; er a
s:c ;i v;i! v:1o Lil'a lelatiVc--.
ivi'o;i hi;;: and w.fe abd lt irlev
!ki i . d' u! i. . b-ud. are speioiin- a
feu day.- !.-.e wii.li relatives.
Air. -:inl Mrs. l'red Myers, in company
With Mr. l'hnuipsoii and Wife, t'ieve-
: labd, ,v;.o aie visb mg lu-ie, ale ( hi i-t-
uias dinner at Plymouth wi'h Mr.
The enteitainuient at the M. K
church Christiuaseve was well attended
The exercises were approp. iate ami
Jesse Thomas sohl the part of bis
fat in that lies between the wagon road
and the railroad to Mr. I'linninghaiii, of
Oliver Thomas, of near North Lib
erty, has rented property here and ex
pects to go into the poultry business.
lic will move as soon as weathei per -
The I'. 15. church members at 'I'itts- j
burgh scho.dhoii.-e had quite a crowd j
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the children took in the time honored
Miiimdi t: i u m k 1 1 i irM) lilt: I'll J.iUM
Wev. L'.nvilie entert iii:Ml tbn follow
ing (airisimaM Henry I'iselps, J
I 'helps, Alnii Unville. id' lre:i:.'ii;
Carrie Linvi'le.of South Mend; and sev
eral ot the young people of La Paz.
Miss Goodman has been con
fined to her bed by an attack of grippe.
Petty thieving seems to be on the
increase. The bright lights of this pro
fession, to be up with modern ideas,
must have organized a club.
llev. Peter and wife were in South
Mend Monday, where they met a num
ber of his church members, and as a
result the pastor is wearing a new over
coat. Johnson oi Myers have not shipped
hogs lately on account of a diflieulty
with the railroad company. The latter
as usual wanted to ''hog'" it too much
in their own favor.
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nie cremiery aguaioi na.c ,u
accomplished their work and the cream-
ery is certain. How we love to heai our
thoughtful neighbors rave.
The school closed Friday with ap -
Ipropriate exercises and our principal.
j Mr IIostHlei s, ul ,lis
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eirneu acauon in u- ndgnoonng .
towns. Miss Annis and Miss Miller, the:
teachers, will enjoy holidays at their .
31tc of Science Disponed of
The man of science was tall
stMio-ht ti-ith n hiM cunt mi tho rrnwn
of his head, and cold, gray eyes, peer-
ing through gold-rimmed spectacles.
Having been introduced and left alone
with him, I had to say something, so
"Indian summer is pretty nearly due
now, isn't it?"
Now Indian summer was not pretty
nearly due. But It was the only sci-
entific thins that popped into my head,
I thought, of course, that he would pre-
for the talk on scientific topics.
4.t.i:.. o.. i,
ca31y. "I dou't kno'.v what you mean.
"Oh said I, a little cr.nfa. l by hU
j manner. "Indian s-uniracr, you know,
; is tho v.rm spell vc always have after
! the first fro
You Lrovr, Iudian sum-
I mcr. Ii?:ular th'n;Jrt doa't y oa !;:vow?"
.Xo T I;1:nu.( s, ... of
, sck.n.G) CfldJy. scc lhat you arc a
i bc-lkvcr in a Io:ig-cxp'.o:h...l myth. 1
; used to hear of this o 1 It ed Indian sum-
! mcr, when I was a bey. Thoy still
' tnir.g as inuian tu.vimi.T.
..oh bllt yes." I prrGi.-tc.l, quite
crushed, but not coir, incd, "'you know
! wealv;iys have a w;;;:::-
"Ycs, yes," intern,'; el ih:
science, with a wa v of -is
true that somcthv.es the.
warms aiter it first tu"-o cobl. That's
perfectly natural. The wr.tthcr i-u't
j governed by rules. Why sliou'dn t a
I " LU"" " 111 wu,r
uei vi .u cinder js v. en ;i uu uiuur
month? Don't we have cold waves in
late May or June? Why, then, don't
you speak of Indian winter at those
times?. The phrase, sir, is a relic of
After a few moments' silence I made
"The equinoctial will soon bo upon
us," I remarked.
"The what?" asked the man of sci
ence. "Why. the equinoctial storm, you
know," I f xnlained.
"Nonsense," he responded, wi'h a
disgusted shrug of the shoulders.
"Equinoctial rot! There is no such
thing as equinoctial storm. I have
heard ignorant persons use the phrase
before, but It always vexes nie It is
another relic of bygone aces."
"Bin." I beean. hoinr inz to feel
vexed and feeling that there at least I
stood on solid ground.
"I know what you arc poing to s;.y,
he put in. "Yes. we ususliy have a
heavy storm abeut the period of the
equino::es. But what or' it? We us
ually hnvo he'-vy ctrv.r? ''-."ore those
Deriods and after theiM. U.a't we7
; ThG e,M!ll.oxe5! h;lvo rnthins to do v.-Ith
j tne pterins, which ar se frorn wholly
j different crusts, and may cr may not
ioccur at the same time.
I then sia it m? ::. York Herald
Almost every jor . h.:s
(ion of soi e sort ai:a .. li
the blfiols'oue is i:ot
piirticul:!!'. T!.e s ry
that at the ti'-e of i he ct "
drops o!" b!c . :' :1 on a
o it. and
:i:4 in this
gren j:i. ;e r tha: I 'v at the fo.j: of tht-
c.-o.-'s. The c.-i:-..;!i crept throuL'h the
structure of the
parent of this
:'nd this was thr-
dark il spots rA v-runs were sup
posed to represent the 1.' md of Ch'-is
And many woudcrful properties !
attributed to the stono. It w is t!b
to preserve its wearer fruom dai
to brinj? pood fortune and to hea! man
Holiday Excursion Hates.
Vor !!ie holidays, the Indiana, Illinois
A. IoAit railroad nM!l sell excursion lick-
e!s bet ween all j.,inf on its line at the
loe ate of .tne ind one bird fare or
fb- i"unii 'rip Tickets on sale Dec.
L'l. :. i:-d 'list, IS.:, and Jan. 2nd, 'W.
(Io d 'o -uniiii-r until .Ju!i.ml. ".Hb fo
j tiuo tiairis. rates .f fare and all in-
to aia ; itMoiirc of a.reiis.
s. s. Viin:i:i:AH.
For the Ladies
! "on. Cfans. Ib Lore, Chbf justice of
Delavure, 8?iys: "My wife haj. received
! pre.-t benefit from the ae of Prazilian
U.il.n. ' A stronir eolution in v.'rii water
llheil flnitir na n iniur-t i.r
r i tuauciiu j rflic?'.-i tor ri'.e
CRISPI AND OU1DA SHRIEKINCS
She Sys There Ja a Helgn f Terror
from Alp to Etna.
The government of Francesco CrisDi
: has gont the country back sixty years,
says Ouida in the Contemporary Re
view. Dy him and through him all the
old instruments o! torture aie in use.
Spies fdl f.he cities, detectives scour the
fields, informers listen to all speech,
public and private; literary clubs and
co-operative societies are arbitrarily
dissolved; packed juries condemn;
venal judges sentence; military courts
Imprison civilians; civil courts judge
homicidal orcers; time serving prefects
deny the franchise to all independent
thinkers nn.l Manipulate the electoral
lists to suit then- governments; lads as
fhpv come f-iiiinc thrnnsrh thr rnuntrv
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, lancg are arresto,, if the song is of iib.
my. 15ule chil(h .n writing in chak ou
the town wall are sent to prison for
forty-five days. There is a reign of ter-
ror from A,Is to Ktna. and the police.
arined t0 the toeth- swarm everywhere
; and the prisons are crowded with inno-
i cent citizens. The country has gone
bacfe tQ the am, wom daj
Au?tria aml )ap:ll lvianny and
name of the tvrant u ostensibly 1!
nd worst days of
' bert of Savoy: in reality, Francesco
! Crispi. Meanwhile there is no check,
'whatever on the caprices and coercion
of his rale. It is aheady stated that to
procure funds, nominally for Africa,
actually for the elections, confiscated
church property, now slate property, is
to be largely ami without the consent
of parliamer.t illegally sold. To any
; one who cares for liberty and believes
it to be the sole moral hygiene of a na
tion the state of Italy at the present
time is painful and humiliating. ,
Equally so to any unbiased English j
thinker is the attitude of tho leading
English newspapers upon Italian at-
fairs, which they continuou.-ly and sys- !
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; leau-.ucanx (onccai oi him.i, .. n i
; liA-citU, well-nigh impossible io make
thc t intelligent IZrlhhv.v.-.n o.n-
nrehcud Italian iti!liv' lile. I !e is mis-
led liV the surface semblance el" Iiis
own institutions o:' monarchy, pariia- :
mcnt and electorate and he ie: s not
romprehv nd the ci'O' i.ior. unlil:t i:es- of
all these -o his own ca i
d 1 v character
I i in i I :i t iocs V l,i 'i Sn rroii iil .uip .ls i:i
Mnvr I lis; lit.
It i.s evbie.it that Hot cue of these
would-be living ma. aiue 5a.-n has. ever
si riou -ly undertaken io m1v" tie1 prob-
lern n-ei't'diy. -ays ihr
Pit i -.bur- D.-
patcli. Tl)( iv is !: i'. or," way oi" lt. -f. im;
throuidi the air by mc.-hani-al action,
and that is by c' m v.iLe. Th-'io are
really only two fein s id' 1: av ape, the
one as l eprescntcd by wir. aeticn as
'PPhVd by insect.- a.' , i;i;N. the other
a rotary action as r -;m s . ai. .1 :y the
screw of a steamer. To t'.a -.ijipVu ation
of the wins prin- i i 1 - - tioi-M is a limit
t-et by natural l'-.v. just as in animal
forms there is a liciit sei io -ither bi
pedal oi qu idrun hil . ons . ruci ion.
There is. perhaps, no form cd cleavage
that represents the cxji'-n.lilure oi force
more e.onomically t!i..n v. i-i. action as
manifested in the f i:;iit of a w.l 1 goes".
Here is an exceptional iy larj-'e avoir
dupois for the win-i ;:ie.i, bu; the bird
cannot carry any additional wvijj'U. In
the birds of prey, i'.e i.o -y is lluhloi- in
proportion to win;.; surface -a li.uat.
compact frame, but .n.nien-e muscuhu
action, capable of cai a yini: for a short
distance a load of from eiht to twelve
pounds. Hut the pmi: is soon found,
anil there is not a winged creature on
the curih weighing fifty pounds that
can mount into the air and leave as a
true flyer. Why do not the ostrich, the
great auk. the emu and oilier congeners
of these bird tribes properly My. since
they are equipped with cleavers as are
other birds of iiiihr? Walkers and
swimmers, us well as flyers, are all. by
natural law. limited within certain re
strictions, and it is remarkable: that
these inventors have not learned this,
as it is a fact of the utmost import'ince.
and one which, in a careful analysis,
must early disclose itself.
To ir;n- I'ruil Ssil i.l.
To nal.e most delieions as veil us
he.-'Ml ful .''. '1 use a smkcI rip' rap
frui. .;. fresh ii;nl of lettme.
h tic icititce let it stand i:.
till ve- ' .1. t'tcii shake out
: rs cad lit !' tltrt- i !k'1:! in the sal-
"' ile t-i . j! --t ruit in h;.:i
; spoan i: ke ..-;t a i i tin- pulp
y ;(: to pre.- rve ; j - j'iice. Ar
t'.: pulp in the '-vmi.c v - v. :v
a u: ( .-si'.i'
, e,;! tl:.' JU ire.
' n ! thlie I ;i ,,!.;-.!..;, fills of t'l.S
: oil : How half a t e..- x.nl'iil of pepp -i-.
! Vm all these i:;;;! da kts in a bowl and
; dissolve the sali ;m U pepper in the oi..
! ihi n rub the sno-iii with a dose of yvi lie
; ami stir in the juice of the fruit u ail
' emulsion is formed. I'our it oer tue'
lettuce :.hd pub,) ami serve at oiu-v.
About one teas p- onful of juice should
be stinit ient for three of oil, but it is not
possible to lay down any exact rule. '
Vigorous stirring is essential, and as
oon as a whitish compound is formed ;
the dressing is ready for use. l'hihukl- '.
phia Hecord. !
A dainty morsel for the hungry half j
hour before bedtime is "cheese crack-
ft Alf. V A A . Ii. I
ers. spread tnin zepnj rettes or saucu
rackers with a little butter and sprin
kle liphtly with grated Taruiesan
cheese. Place on a dish in the oven long
enough to brown them slightly. These
-a-ill Keep for several days.
C In ne' to ta-onomiro.
Irate father -You young n.o.t ;'t
you know it co;as a s.nall fortune .svn
car to gown my (laughter? imager
Wooer ( . cnvincii'.g ly) Yes; b'.t then
vc-.: 'AtMild nft have to dress her so e-
ssivcly when she was my wife.-
Prank I.eMaA P. pnlar M.athl ami Tin;
lM'l I'KM'KM both l'l ellf
t-;ir iv if 'i. .
n.-mk U-v riea-imt
FARMERS DOL YOU WANT. CASH ?
Then cut your sen nd jrrewth Vl.it- Al li fo 1 oils i. d I s m d d )Im :
to ( ur tattciy. P.iis iw t, at-. iid.ts in ciian.dei aid uj-,
1 r on!. 1. us t;t T-i i 1 ( i ( ), in; i( : p. 11: 1 1 ( s i:; liiii: t :n ! l t i ,
per tl:-m-and. Mus! I e st i abjht t i ai o im ii m M ir.
New York World, j:nr,,v1,i,!M;r:
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The Thrice-a-week World
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;"T . ilo-fi' time -:.-! week with t!e ih :.im i 1 -; ! i i : t mv-.
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