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GEO. P. HL'CKKHY
NANNIE R. nurKF.nT
Content H something yon thin
other people have when they haven't.
A negro recently Toll seventy feet In
New York and lout neither his life cor
Bom men find It mora difficult to
fet divorced from their Illusion than
frora tbelr wive.
Georgia has a town called Shake
Rate, whose cltisens, however, are said
to be no great shake.
Viewed through the smoke of bis
hookah, all battleships look much
alike to Sultan Abdul Ham Id.
Krupp'a gun works are now working
overtime, and peace la still looking
la va!a for the proverbial "balm."
Holland's new airship mar cost bat
10, but It is likely to cost somebody
bis life before we bear the last ot it.
A man drank Dine quarts of whUky
and died. Even the temperance folks
most admit that rum has some value.
A New York society man has been
fined for swearing. Still, the tailor
tnay have given him great provoca
tion. That Boston society leader who hai
taken np the blacksmith's trade Is go
ing to get on the black list If he Isn't
A western expert on alcoholism
claims that the reason so many men
fall to walk straight Is that they cant
The ezar'a edict abolishing whip
ping In his domains will Interest the
heir apparent when he arrives at the
In Georgia the catfish have taken
to (wallowing rattlesnakes. The water
must be almost as bad up there aa It
ia in Kentucky.
Squabs have advanced to $5 a dozen
la New York, but the old familiar
political squabble may still be had
upon most any terms.
Rnssta claims that flour Is contra
band of war, and will do all In her
power to discourage the hot-biscuit
habit within ber borders.
The reappearance of the kissing bug
at the seaside resorts is taken to
mean that the sea serpent story is
not good form this year.
in rcuaacipum an aciresi auieu
herself sooner than marry. Death lasts
average theatrical marriage.
If King Edward were to meet the
emperor of the Hottentots would be
wear the uniform of a Hottentot ad
miral as a mark of courtesy.
Love is the greatest thing in the
world, but it has its drawbacks when
the loved one pawns your jewels
without notifying you in advance.
Marie Dressier, the actress, has
adopted one of those "Incubator ba
bies;" and her press agent will now
have something substantial to work
The new Holland flying machine
costs but $10. Glad to see these little
modern conveniences gradually get
ting down to within IJ.fJ of their
A cult against Armour for 11.200.
000 la said to be a friendly action. The
average man would take li as on
friendly, to say the least, to be sued
for a million.
An irreverent contemporary de
scribes society as "moving along to
ward Saratoga." Those poker chips
and "Saratoga chips" will aoon be
moving along also.
The birth of the cxer' son Is expect
ed to weaki-n the Influence of pobyed
tinostseff. That will nteaa something
worth while If the boy never does any
thing else of Importance.
Crot-sus, the multi-millionaire of an
tiquity, la said by scholars never to
have laughed. Probably made the peo
ple "laugh out of the other aide of
tbelr mouths," though.
The) young Russian Alexia baa al
ready been in s da an honorary culooeL
but this will naturally cause his royal
mother less anxiety about' him than
If he were aervlng la the navy,
Newi that a cltlxen of Rochester
has died at the age ot 101 lacks com
pleteness. The public due not know
whether his length of year was due
to tobacco and alcohol or to absti
nence. Once a boyhood friend visited Roe
toe Conkllng when a law student
Meeting a supercilious reception when
he asked, "Studying to be a lawyer,
llosooe?" he retorted. "You ought to
atudy to be a supreme court Justice!"
Ho meant It for a snT, hut that's the
way every law student ought to atudy.
No one can blame Europeans for
tellevlng that all Americans are rich.
X Ilostoa woman left a quart of dia
monds In 1-ondon hotel and wired
back to the proprietor to "kep them
until I cuuie over ataln next summer"
AUTO .KILLS TWO
BARNEY OLDFIELD FIGURES
IN A WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST
Bllndad by Dust, Oldfleld Ran Through
Fence Instantly Klllsd
Watchman Was Hlnv
8T. IXUS. Blinded by the dust
thrown by the swiftly moving ma
chine of A. C. Webb, of Toledo, O,
Barney Oldfleld, of Cleveland, O., losl
control of his machine In a false start
of the fifth event of the world's fair
automobile speed contest, Saturday,
and, crashing through the outer feno
of the course, instantly killed John
Scott, a. watchman employed at the
park, and inflicted Injuries upon Na
than Montgomery, a negro, from
whlrh he died a few hours later. Old
field was painfully Injured and Ms ma
chine completely demolished.
The accident occurred after a false
tart. The flagman vainly attempted
to signal Oldfleld and Webb, who
were leading, that the start was not
allowed, but they did not see his flag
and continue around the course at a
high rate of speed.
Shortly after pairing the first turn
of the mile track, Webb secured the
lead by a narrow margin, and the men
wrere in relatively the same position
when passing the three-quarters pole.
In making the turn Webb's machine
skidded and raised a blinding cloud
of dust that completely blinded Old
field and half smothered him.
Not being able to aee that he had
completed the turn. Oldfleld continued
bis course and crashed through the
When Oldfleld failed to appear after
Webb had emerged from the dust
cloud there was considerable excite
ment, but as It was announced that he
was not seriously injured, and shortly
afterward he was driven to the club
house in an automobile, it was not
generally known that the accident had
The race .after a short delay, was
run, being won by Webb by a large
margin. It was the most important
event of the day, tho prize being the
Louisiana Purchase exposition trophy,
valued at $500.
Murder and Suicide.
CINCINNATI, O. Mrs. Amanda
Barter, aged 88. and James Leonard
Drueln, aged 29, were found dead la
their flat in the Normandle, on Ra
cost street, Sunday, under circum
stances that Indicate murder and sui
cide. With them lived Fannie Harter.
aged 14, the niece and foster daughter
of the woman. letters were found
showing that he had been Intimate
with Mrs. Harter and afterward he
came Infatuated with the young girl.
The girl said she was sleeping with
her foster mother when Pruein carried
her to his room, locked her in and
killed Mrs. Harter. Then he bid her
goodby and shot himself.
Revenge in Fraud Charge.
SALT LAKE, U. Samuel Porter, a
hotel manager of Salt Lake, has
sworn to a complaint charging Lafe
Pence, ex-Congressman from Colorado,
with obtaining money under false pre
tenses. The action is believed to be
the result of the unsuccessful attempt
by Salt Lake City to secure the per
manent headquarters of the American
mining consrress. Pence aided Denver
against Salt 1-ake City and In ut
course of a speech brought the Mor
moo question Into the debato, making
remarks which are held to be Insulting
to Utah women.
Airship "Rune Away.
PARIS. Lebaudy'a steerable bal
loon narrowly esceped dent ruction Au
gust 28. The aeronaut ascended, but
was obliged to come dowa on account
ot a gale. The balloon was anchored
to a tree, and. while there waa no one
on board. It tore loose, rose to a eon
Ideable height and drifted toward the
sea. Several automobiles started la
pursuit of the balloon, which desoaod
ed at Serqulgny. forty four mllea from
Molsson, whence It started. It caught
la the trees, but It is hoped the efforts
to disengage It uninjured will be auo
Laughter Results In Death.
8AIJDA. COI. Mrs. Mary Ellin,
aged 2T, widow, from Lead villa, OoL,
la dead at her home on the L'ppef
Mesa. In this city, as the result ol
laughing at joke. A frUnd who waa
dining with Mrs. Ellis waa telling
Joke, when her host, who waa ia tha
act of swallowing a spoonful of mash
and milk, began laughing. The mush
became lodged In the throat, and rn
her efforts to cough It up Mrs. El Us
burst a blood vessel in her left lung,
causing her to strangel lo death a few
hours later. The Ixxlj will be UkeO
Steer Smothered In Pall.
TIPTON. INI). A ster velaed at
11.000 and belonging to Iee Balty, a
prominent stock fanner, Ciet death la
a most peculiar manner. The animal
waa feeding la a meadow and placed
Ita nose In a gallon tin molasses
bucket, having a fiance turning la
ward on the brim. This flange cut
Unto the flesh of the animal nose.
holding the bucket on and causing
the ateer to smother.
It take Dior than a rautr atrep M
sharpen ouo's appetite.
OBJECTS TO BEING WHIPPED.
Choctaw Indian to Appeal Prom De
cision of Tribal Court.
Dl'RANT. I. T.--The Indian court
of the Choctaw nation, at a recent
session, convlrted one of Hunter's fol
lowers ot a trivial offense, fined blm
$350 and sentenced him to bo whip
ped. The order of the court was that
the punishment would bo "thirty
lashes, well laid on."
It Is understood that Judge Clayton
has granted a writ of habeas corpus,
staying execution. The Indian's law
yers will contest the case, on the
grounds that the defendant is an
American citizen and that the Indian
courta -ave no Jurisdiction.
The old Indian tribunals have beea
abolished, except In the Choctaw and
Chickasaw nations. Even these courts,
It is said, have no right to inflict
THREE PERSONS WILL DIE.
Frankfurter Boiler Explodes In New
York Tenement Houae.
NEW YORK. Three persons will
probably die as the result of the ex
plosion of a frankfurter boiler In the
apartment of Israel Rosenweig In a
tenement In Norfolk street Sunday.
They are: Rosenweig' wife, Pauline,
his 4-year-old son, Mendel, and his 3-year-old
baby. Lena. Rosenweig him
self -ad a narrow escape. The ex
plosion and a small fire that followed
created a panic In the tenement.
Rosenweig Is a frankfurter peddler.
He filled the fuel tank of n frank
furter boiler with kerosene and light
ed the wick, it is thought, without
screwing on the stopper.
Dead Beneath His Auto.
SPRINGFIELD. O. Half buried ia
the mud and water of a ditch by the
roadside, the body of Edwin W. Ha
gar of Xenia was found under his
auto with his neck broken and tho
machine badly wrecked. The lever
was turned to show that It bad been
running at Jull speed. Mr. Hagar evi
dently had been ruunning it by the
roadside to avoid the gravel, and it
bad jumped completely over a culvert,
turning a somersault.
Indian Territory Insane.
MUSKOGEE. I. T. Arrangementa .
are being made to care for the insane
of Indian Territory. A deal has been
made with the officials of the asylum
at Norman, O. T, to hare the insane
whlte people of Indian Territory ad
mitted there. Indian Inspector Wright
has already received about twenty-five
applications for people of this class.
In order to accommodate the Indian
Territory patients it will be necessary
to enlarge the Norman Institution.
Not Yellow Fever, He Says.
BROWNS VI IJLE, TEX An -Interview
was held August 28 with a prom
inent physician connected with tne
Marine hospital service who is at pres
ent stationed at this place. In which
he stated that many cases of sickness
suspected of being yellow fever had
been visited and that all the cases had
been diagnosed negatively. The doc
tor stated positively that there ia not
a single case of yellow fever in the
City of Brownsville.
Striker Deported Again.
CRIPPLE CREEK, COL. A. G. Le-
Due, one of the members of the West-1
era Federation of Miners who was d
ported, returned to Anaconda Satur-j
day and, whllo In the custody ot ai
deputy sheriff, was taken In charge by I
a horfv o farmed tnen. When news
of the occurrence reached Sheriff Bell,
he, int a foree of denutle in search
of the mob and Its captive.
Rich Cold Strike In Japan.
TOKIO. Following an Inspection
made by government engineers, the
government has Issued a proclamation
making complot preparation to de
velop gohlflelda recently discovered
In tre province of Iwatn. The engi
neers estimate that these fields will
yteld gold to the value of ;ri0.000.000,
and they are now preparing to start
End of the Highland Fair.
TROY, KAN. The Highland sta
tloa fair and picnic, which concluded
Its program Saturday, was tho most
successful ever held here. The aver
age dally attendance was about 2.uo0.
be premiums were awarded Satur
day and all of the fruit whlrh waa on
exhibition was sold at auction and the
money turned over to the Horticul
tural society. .
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
The fire In the oil tank near Ant
werp continued during Saturday, but
It ia now practically ended. Nine bod
lea have been recovered and aeveral
are still missing. The loss Is esti
mated at 10.000.000 gallons and the
damage at nearly t3.&o0.DiO,
The Canadian Medical association
has passed a resolution asking the
government to control the aale of pat
ent medicines, as most of them con
talh alcohol and their pernicious use
I tH-co ruing a menace to the coun
try. The comptroller of the currency ha
extended the corporate existence of
the First Nstloual tank. Maryvllle,
W. .. Dejarnett, of Warsaw, Mo..
has been reappointed by Governor
Pockery to be coal oil Inspector for
that city, tho term to be for two
year frora August 30, 1904.
Jose I'aido, who was elected presi
dent of Peru In June last, will be In
augurated September 24. Excitement
over the political situation in pern I
lt la known thst former
President Plerlola. Dr. Duraud andlhler died, he ronfere.i that he had
people are opposed to a revolution.
RESUME THEIR AOVANCE ON
THE BATTLE BEGAN WEDNESDAY
It May Result In a General Engage
mentTwo Divisions of Jap
anese Troopa Advancing
KANTZERTl'N (Seven mllea south
east of Llao Yang) Contrary to the
expectation of the Russians, the Jap
anese are beginning to advance along
the whole line of the Russian eastern
front. On the morning of August 24
there was a rifle skirmish and the
next day the Japanese artillery
opened fire. On both taya the firing
ceased at dusk and the small energy
displayed by the Japanese might have
been taken to Indicate that 4t was
merely a demonstration or a recon
naissance In force. On the morning of
August 26, however, the rifle and ar
tillery fire was renewed with an en
ergy that left no doubt that a severe
battle was Intended.
The Japanest pushed their attack
against the Russian right flank and
center, concentrating tbelr fire upon
the lirst battery of the third brigade.
Three officers and several men were
wounded early In the day and the bat
tery held It position and replied to
the Japanese fire with such marked
effect that General Ivanoff (who com
mands the late General Count Keller's
corps) sent a congratulatory message
to its commander.
The Japanese several times attempt
ed to cross the Tankc (Link?) river,
but only a few succeeded and these
men were forced to hide ia the fields
of Chinese corn.
At 2:00 in the afternoon the artillery
fire became as hot as It was at Vafan
gow, but It fluctuated considerably
and occasionally the Russian fire al
most silenced that ot the Japanese.
Rain fell in torrents at 4 o'clock, but
it did not stop the fighting, and late
In the evening several Russian com-
panles moved forward to the attack.
It ia not yet possible to state defin
itely the result of the battle, but It is
asserted that the Russians were suc
cessful. There Is prospect of more
ST. PETEIISBL'HG. After four
weeks' Interval the Japanese have re
sumed their advance against General
Kuropakln'a positions. The opposing
armies are in contact east and south
of Lino Yang and fighting has been in
progress since Wednesday. The ad
vices at hand are loo meager to en
able the officials to form a correct
opinion as to whether It will result In
a general engagement, but the extent
and character of the Japanese move
i ment leads to that conclusion. Since
the rains ceased a week auo there have
i been continued Intimations that Gn
ieral Kuroputktn was atKut to assume
the offensive, but Instead of that It
was the Jspanese who attacked the
Russian commander's eastern and
southern positions. A Jaianee col
umn, So.Ooo strong, was reported on
Tuesday to be marching up the right
(seem to Indicate that three Japanese
armies are co-operating In enveloping
three sides ot Llao Yang.
Ciar Nicholas has received the fol-
j "lu 5lJ trom
, uenerai nunipaiaiu.
"On August 24, a Japanese battalion
delivered an attack In the valley of
Sundakhya from Tantztaputxy. The
Japanese advance was checked at I
p. m., at Laodlntu by a Russian com
pany, five men ot whlrh were wound
"The same day, two Riysian com
panies aucresefully resisted the ad
vance of the enemy In superior force
at Sunolnpu, where the Japanese sus
pended operations hen our reinforce
ments arrived. The Russian lossoa
were One officer wounded and fifty
three men killed or wounded.
"On the evening of August 24, the
Japanese, having repulsed our out
pota, occupied the heights to the
sontlienHt of Llandlansiati and pro
cessed to construct earthwork and
entrenchments on the helKhts.
"At S : 45 a. m, August 25. one of the
enemy' batterle opened fire on the
village of Kofyntsa. A Russian bat
tery returned the fire successfully.
notwithstanding the considerable dis
tance of the Jspanese guns and si
lenced tb 1st tor, compelling the gun
ners to take cover."
Postofflc Robber Escape From Jail,
LA CROSSE, W13. Eddie Fay. lead
Ing the most daring gang of postofflc
robber In the country, captured la
connection with the Superior postof
flce robbery and awaiting trial, es
caped from the Jsnesvllle jail. An
accomplice aawed to the cell from the
outside. Inspector Frailer will direct
a posse In an attempt to recapture
Killed by a Trap Gun.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Jim Streeter,
a negro, was killed by a trap gun In
the store of R. F. Lacey A Son, of
Powderly, a suburb. The store bad
been rolied repeatedly during the
past few months. Eight weeks ago a
bear trap was set lu the place and
OUIe Gray, a Deuro, wa cs unlit In It
and Is now In jail. However, the dep
redation romimied. and the firm fe
aorted to the trap gun. Before Htrmet
couipaulon, who 41.m1.ed.
TAKES A HAND IN STRIKE.
Department of Cmmrti and Labor
Meets Both Sides.
CHICAGO. A conference betweee
Ihe aldermen representing the peaejtnl ,,IIIK ,h bouBTrd, wheru there
committee and labor leadera began In
the payor's office, Is being held In an
attempt to settle the packers' strike.
The labor leadera presented a state
ment of their rase, and the packers
will later make a presentation ut their
The butcher claim they struck he
cause of a threatened reduction In
wages, and because a certain branch
of trades could not make living wage.
Kthelbert Stewart of the department
of commerce and labor, Is here attend
ing the conference. The aldermen.
Mayor Harrison and the packer did
not resent his attendance at the meet
ing, and If the packers do not object,
he will attena their meeting also.
President Donnelly said further at
the conference that the second strike 1
was due to a discrimination against i
the employees who had been active in
the unions. He said that before the
strike many men In the stock yards
had not been able to earn more than 'music. At a performance In Missouri
17 a week and others not more than ' the concert hall was made disagree
f5, navlng work only about two and , able by the sudden Invasion of spiders.
one-half days a week. The committee
representing the packer went Into
a conference at the mayor's office.
Employee Are Warned.
WASHINGTON. In view of tha ap
proaching election the civil service
commission baa addressed
the heads of all government depart-
menu and btireaua calling their atten- xa CB 01 ,ta following states: tui
tion to vlolationa of the civil service '"'. Iowa. Nebraska. Kmaa and
law which have occurred lu the past Missouri who will send in the largest
in connection with the political cam- number ot trade marks cut from a ten
paign and Inclosing a circular contain-! CPnt- l-ounce package of Deftahca
lng a warning against the demanding col'l water Uuodry starch. .Tbla
or payment of political assessments mean from your own home, any
and partisan activity of office bolder. here ,n ,h hov named state.
Ia Its circular the commission an-
notincwa that It will employ every legit-
lmat and available mean to secure
the prosecution and punishment of
whatever may violate e provisions of
Commotion Among Omaha Jobber.
OMAHA. NEB, The action of the
Union Pacific road and other Hues la
making a low through rate on wire
and nails from Chicago to Colorado
common point caused commotion
among local Jobbers In those com mod
Itles. The rate does not provide a
proportionate cut from Omaha to the
West and permits Chicago and Dea
Motne houses to ship to Omaha ter
ritory cheaper than Ihe local men. Vlg
oroua protest Is being made to the
road running west and they are be
ing besieged with demand for a pro
portionate cut to the West.
Another Reaped the Profit.
DES MOINES. I A. Robert Parrott,
discoverer of the fstuous Parrott mine
at Butte, Mont., died here In moder
ate circumstance at the atie of 75.
As a young man Parrott went West
ani. while proiectu. discovered the
great copper mine which bears hie
name. He did not profit greatly by
hi discovery, and his estate will not
exceed tG.ooo. He t jld hi mine In
few years to Marcus Daly.
To "Duel" Befor Roosevelt.
NEW YORK. The steamer
Deotsrhland arrived with a number ot
German students aboard. Several ot
them are experts with the rapier and
have been Invited lo give an exposl-
tlon of the duel as practiced at Ger-
man universities. The athletes are on
their way to the world', fair nJ
number among thera several member
of royalty and the nobuity of the Ger
Holda Railroad Responsible.
PITTSHI'IU! KAN Tha n.n.nir'i
Jury which has been Investlgstlng tha
explosion at the Missouri Pacific depot
at Mlnden. Mo, found the accident
wa due to the carelessness of the
road employees In leaving a box of
dynamite too clone to the railroad
track. It bold the company respon
sible Stenographer Doomed by Machine.
CINCINNATI. A machine which
the Inventor claim will do away with
eteuogrspbera has been Invrntnd by
Joseph MrC!!!! of this city. It Is an
automatic arrangement by which the
sound wave of the human voice are
reproduced by making character. A
man ran produce letter in any lan
No Fiction for Warriora.
When the war broke out the It
btarlee on Japanese ship were cleared
of all fiction and Illustrated papera,
only technical treatises being allowed
to remain. Tbla la In significant con
trast to the Russian shtpa at Port Ar
thur, which were provided with ping
Japans Small Eater.
Tb Japauese cuisine does not In
clude butchers' meat, bread, butter and
potatoes. Rice Is not, as commonly
supposed, the daily food o fthe poor,
but can be afforded by the well to-do
To Aid Baltic Squadron.
CONSTANTINOPLE. The Russian
Navigation company'a steamers Yen
ona and Metnor, each laden with coal
and water, passed through the Bo
phorua on the way to Join "he Baltic
MADR11. A band of Catatonias
brigand attacked the famous Mont
serrat monastery, escaping with rich
booty. They were pursued by t!
gendarme later and seven were kllind
la fierce cma,it. The other fld "
Kuropatkln trscK Shot.
...... i 1.-. . . .. ti .. i- . ati.it.
be wM f w,r llrn(
tml(, of ,,.,. ,(,
......n,,,! with ,1,. romman
was a shooting saloon. HI host In
lled hint to a contest and the minister
accepted, each to fire ten shols with
a revolver at fifteen paces, the tar
get being a piece of white cardboard
alHint the aie of a small rigsrrtte
case. With a revolver the general
put all his ten shots in the trnt, to
the complete discomfiture of the other
Too Early To Tell.
She You say your brother is en
gaped to be married?
He Yes, It ia Jut announced.
She When is the happy event to
He Oh, it'a too early to tell when
the engagement will be broken.
Spider Like Muaic.
Spldora are passionately fond ot
which were drawn by a violin from ie
crack and crannies ot the ancient
building. They crawled upon the floor
and uim tho stage.
FREE TO 2ft LADIES.
The Defiance Starch Co. will girt
45 ladle a round trip ticket to the
Louie Exposition, to five lad lee
These trade mark must be mailed to
nJ received by the Defiance Surca
Co.. Omaha. Nebr, before September
1$0- October and November will
be tho best month to visit the Ex
position. Remember that iK-flsnce t
the only starch put np IS ox. (a full
pound) to the package. Yon get one
thlrd more starch for the same money
than ot any other kind, and Defiance
never sticks to the iron. The ticket
lo ,h ElDO,ltlon in tx Mnt br
twe wa B,pt,mbef 6t5, 8tllt:a tor
Mle lf de.lcr4-
An Independent Girl.
"Your daughter plays a great deal
of classical music In a rather original
way." remarked the man with gold
glasses. "Yes." answered Mr. Cumrox,
r-tretfully. "She bouKht the piano
and the music out ot her on spend
ing money, and I suppose she feel
that she ha a right to do what she
please with thciij." WashmKtoa
"The edee of the rsor," sail tha
garrulous baittr, "improve by laying
it away for a time," "Tbst l-:n the
c-e." rejaltied the victim In the t ba.r.
' 'U ,m to Uy ,h """ 'uu
u"ln Vy .''"1. "",lJl :-w"' "
ChliaKo Dally Nea.
Later They Charge.
The editor of Collier' complain
that be only received 12.H.'U hhort
stories for the contest tor the l-lg
$5,000 prUe offered by his paper. But
H.00O short story writers are not to
be sneezed at. The dauger I, they'll
ri,lly "n IH'ular novelists, and
,r' ''" "
"'Ke u a ooiiar to see em piayeut
Perhapa They Are Happy.
Harold Hutet-In't It wonderful
what numbers of people there are ot
whom one has never heard?
Gertrude Glltedge Ye,' and yet I
c,v" oou"1 ,n1 7 "l "iPm "r
?uU,t hwr ,n lhHr n .-nok.
In your way all the rosea are spring
Over the h-en thorns of wrong:
Take heart for the future! Ufe'a
The old hallelul swot son!
F. I. htanton.
Took Advantage of 'Em.
"Light nlnif killed two mule on tha
Jones place," ssy The Whttsett Cour
ier, "but both animals were advanced
In ago. and acre fast asleep at the
lime, and. consequently, did not see
It com lug." ,
Kentucky Men' Duty.
jamboree. Ky.. August ! (Special).
After differing for year with pain
In the beck Mr. J. M. Colsman, a well
known cltlxen of this place, baa found
a complete cure In Dodd'e Kidney
Pills, Knowing how general this dis
ease I all over Ihe country, Mr. Cole
man feel It I bl duty to make til
experience public for the bvuvflt of
"I want to recommend Dodd Kid
ney Pill to everybody who ha pain
In the back." Mr. Colunian ssy. "1
suffered for yeara with my back. I
used lH.Mld' Kidney Pill and ( have
not feit a pain since. My little girl
too rontplslned of her back and she
used aUiut hair a box of ls.d.ls Kid
ney pills and alio Is Sound and well."
Backache I Kidney Ache. IK.dJ's
Kidney Pill are a sure cure for all
Kidney Acbea, lucludlng Rbnuiu
The Boy and th Bird,
i'vo watched you from th Rieadow
All the sunny dsy;
Now, up to th blue.
With the aliius of )ou.
An' tell what (he eriKcl say!
F. U Stsuton, .