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Farmers around Bingville are arehollering arehollering arehollering
hollering hard times this fall and andare andare andare
are holding President Taft respon responsible rcsponsible responsibie ¬
sible for poor crops We dont think thinkthis thinkthis thinkthis
this is is rightThe right rightThe
The great trouble with the farm farmers farmers ¬
ers in in this section is that they be beso beso beso
so doggoned lazy Most 4ost of them themortly themI themdilly
dilly I ly plants a few acres and the rest restlets festlets restlets
lets their farms out on shares Ifthe If Ifthe Ifthe
the farmers hereabouts worked as ashard ashard ashard
hard at farming as they work attalking at attalking attalking
talking about how the government governmentort
ort tp be run they would have more moremoney moremoney moremoney
money and we would have more morepaidup morepaidup morepaidup
paidup subscribers Take Simon SimonPackard SimonPackard SimonPackard
Packard who lives five miles west westfor westfor westfor
for instance Si has a good farm of ofnigh ofnigh ofnigh
nigh about 100 acres but about the theonly theonly theonly
only thing hes raised on it for the thelast thelast thelast
last 10 years is stones and thistles thistlesAny thistlesAny thistlesAny
Any time you drive past Sisou11 Sis Sisyoull Sisyoull
youll y ou11 see him settin out in the yard yardunder yardunder yard
yunder under a tree asleep or readin anewspaper a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper Si has owed us for theBugle the theBugle theBugle
Bugle about 20 years now If he hehad hehad liehad
had paid up as many times as he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said he would we would be a mil millionaire millionaire millionaire ¬
lionaire The secret of success is in industry industry n ndustry ¬
dustry Thats why we have a beefor bee beefor beefor
for our Bugle emblem and thats thatswhat thatswhat thatswhat
what our motto meansInergiafatum means meanslfInergia meanslfInergiafatum Inergia Inergiafatum
fatum parit paritWe paritWe pantWe
We was all created to earn ourbread our ourbread ourbread
bread in the sweat of our brows browsMost browsMost browsMost
Most of the brows of the farmersaround farmers farmersaround farmersaround
around Bingville sweat but the thesweat the5eat thesweat
sweat is caused by thinking up some somescheme somescheme somescheme
scheme to avoid work
Personals PersonalsDoc
Doc Livermore aint had much to do doof doof doof
of late in the sick line and says unless unlessie unlesshe unlesshe
he ie can get more to do in his line he hewill hewill liewill
will move to the county seat where wheresickness wheresickress wheresickness
sickness is plentiful We Ve would hate to toose tolose tolose
lose ose Doc as he is a good doctor for forlorscs forhorses forhorses
horses lorscs and humans as well Let us alldo all alldo alldo
do what we can to keep him in Bingvilk Bing Bingvillc
villc me For his sake we we hope there will willje willbe willbe
be je more sickness in our midst in the theFuture thefuture thefuture
futureJasper futureJasper Future FutureJasper
Jasper Hawkins was tp to the countyseat county countyseat countyseat
seat last week and paid his taxes This Thisis Thisis Thisis
is a good deal of a surprise to us he henever henever henever
never used to pay up his subscription subscriptionuntil subscriptionuntil subscriptionuntil
until he stopped his paperMrs paper paperMrs paperMrs
Mrs Samantha Deevers met with withquite withquite withquite
quite a loss last week she put four fourpies fourpie fourpies
pies pie in a outoven to bake and forgotabout forgot forgotabout forgotabout
about them until the next morning morningwhen morningwhen morningwhen
when she found them burnt to a crisp
Miss Tabitha Jones suppered with withthe withtbe withthe
the Hoskins girls last Saturday They
had crackers and teaThe tea teaThe teaThe
The Rev Samuel Moore is prepar prcparing preparing preparing ¬
ing to preach another sermon on HellHe Hell HellHe HellHe
He says Bingville is is wickeder than thanSodom thanSodom thanSodom
Sodom and Gomorrah
The selectmen are still talking about aboutshingling aboutshi aboutshingling
shingling shi ling the Town Hall HallA HallI HallA
I A stranger passed pa5I d through Bingville Bingvillelast BingviUei Binngvillelast
i last week If anyone learned hw ht namewill name namewill nam namI
I will they kindly forward it to this officeso office officeso officei
i so that we may publish same next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week weekMttiy weekMiiiy
I Mttiy Underwood bad a spell of oftoothache oii oftootbadne
i toothache one day last w wede wedeI wedeJ weerJoke ck ckJoke
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Joke J oke on Germ GermOW Gorrnow GormOld
OW Gorm Hendricks who lives at atUK atthe atthe
the south end of Bingvitie and is as askef etSccf asdee
dee kef as a post had a peculiar experi experience experience experience ¬
ence last Friday Gorm was getting out outa outa outa
a mill log near the road to have sawedup sawed sawedup sawedI
I up to repair his barn when w len be saw astranger a ai astranger
i stranger to these parts approaching onhorseback on onhorseback onborle
horseback horsebackGorm borle horsebackGorm ack ackGorm
Gorm knowcd the the stranger wouldstop would wouldstop wouldstop
stop and talk and being as he was deef decfand deefand deefand
and couldnt hear thunder he thought thoughtup
up some answers to what the stranger strangerwould strangerwould strangerwould
would ask Now says Gorm to his hisself hisself hisself
self hell ask me what Im adoin andIll and 2ndIll
Ill say sa Gittin out a mill log then thenhell thenbell thenhell
hell say S3 Where There be you ou goin to cutit cut cutit cutit
it off 1 and HI say As fur down as asthat asthat asthat
that pine knot Then hell he say sa What Whatdo Whatdo Vhatdo
do you OU ask for a mill log like that thatand thatand thatand
and Ill say Oh about B Then hell hellsay hellsa hellsay
say sa Darn if Id give that much for forit forit forit
it and Ill say Well if you dont dontperhaps dontperhaps dontperhaps
perhaps somebody else will willBy wiUBy willBy
By this time the stranger got up to toGood toGorm toGorm
Gorm and stopped his horse horseGood arse arseGood
Good morning says the stranger strangerSawin strangerSawin
Sawin off a mill log says sas Gorm GormHow GormHow GormHow
How far be it from here to Hard Hardscrabble Hardscrabble Hardscrabble
scrabble asks the stranger strangerBout strangerBout strangerBout
Bout as fur down es thet pine pine knot knotsays knotsays knotsays
says Gorm GormWhat GormWhat GermWhat
What are potatoes scllin scum fur a abushel abushel abushel
bushel hereabout asks the stranger strangerOh strangerOh strangerOh
Oh about 8 says GormI Gorm GormI
I wouldnt stop much an git off ankick an ankick ankick
kick your rowr Om pants says the stranger strangerPerhaps strangerPerhaps strangerPerhaps
Perhaps if you ou dont somebody else elsewill elsewill elsewill
will says Gorm GormAwful GormAwful
Awful Fall FallBud for BudBud Bud BudBud
Bud Hinckley who aint quite right rightin rightin rightin
in his head and by rights ought to bein be bein bein
in a loonatick asylum met with a hor horrible horrible horrible ¬
rible disaster which might of been beenworse beenworse beenworse
worse last Tuesday afternoon Bud Budfound Budfound Budfound
found an old handsaw around the house housethe housethe housethe
the other da3v da day and ever sinst then he hehas hehas hehas
has imagined that he was a carpenter carpenterNobody carpehterNobod carpenterNobody
Nobody Nobod seen any particular harm in inthis inthis inthis
this so they the just let him think so and andBud andBud andBud
Bud went around town with the saw sawunder sawunder sawunder
under his arm asking folks if they theywanted theywanted theywanted
wanted any carpenter work did Nobody No Nobody Nobody ¬
body did so Bud thought he would doa do doa doa
a little on his own hook hookTuesday hookTuesday
Tuesday forenoon he dim uo U a elm
tree back of the house about 20 feet feetwhen feetwJ1en feetwhen
when nobody was around and straddling strad straddling straddUng ¬
dling out on a goodsized limb hesawed he hesawed hesawed
sawed it off This would of been all allright allright allright
right but the blamed fool sawed off thelimb the thelimb thebetwixt
limb betwixt hisself and the tree andwhen and andwhen andwhen
when the limb broke Bud nacherly come comedown comedown comedown
down with it it falling head first into akettle a akettle
I kettle full of soft soap which MrsHinckley Mrs MrsHinckley MrsHinckley
Hinckley had made the day before IbeforeBud DeforeBud beforeBud
Bud hollered for help when he dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered he was grotty l re tty much coveredwith covered coveredwith coveredwith
with soap which got into his eyes and andmade andmade andmade I
made him step around some Doc Livermore Liver Livermore Livermore
more was called and after feeling Bud Budover Budover Budover
over give give out that there was no bones bonesbroke bonesbroke bonesbroke
broke and that Bud would recover un unless unless unless ¬
less he was hurt internal Doc said thesoap the thesoap thesoap
soap was all that saved Bud BudMarriages BudAarriages BudMarriages
Marriages Marriageswhich Aarriageswhich
which I will sell cheap being as I now nowhave nowhave nowhave
have more pigs than I need to keepme keep keepme keepme
me in pork this winter The bride was wasdressed wasdressed wasdressed
dressed in green while the groom wore woreconventional woreconventional woreconventional
conventional black and they are bothwellbred both bothwellbred
wellbred pigs pigst pigstheir t their mother having havingtook havingf havingtook
f took first premium premium at the county fairlast fair fairlast
flast last year Call on or apply toBingville to toBingville toBingville
Bingville HIRAM CRANBY
BILL 11 1 N A 4Our ATEAR ATEAR
TEAR AGIN AGINOur Af + ll1 ll1Our
Our Artistic Blacksmith Comes omes Home HomeFull HomeFull ore oreu
Full u Terrerrizes errerrlies Bingville BingvilleSBth BingvilleSeth n Yi e eet
Seth et Devtory ew 3r 1 Our car LionHearted LionHeartedTown LionHeartedTown LionHeartedown
Town own Constable to o the e Rescue RescueBill RescuaBill RescueBill
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Bill Hepburn our big blacksmithmade blacksmith blacksmithmade blacksmithmade
made his weekly trip to the county countyseat countyleat countyseat
seat on business last Saturday About
7 oclock in the evening he returned returnedPeople returnedPeople I
People heard him coming when he hereached heI hereached
I reached the outskirts of the town Hedrove He Hedrove
I drove his horse up Main street on the therun theI therun
I run and stopped ia front of the postoffice post postoffice i iloffice
I Iof
loffice office There was a gallon jug half fullof full fullof
of sicker in the back end of the buggy buggyand bUgg bUggand buggyand
and it is conservatively cooservative1 estimated thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the other half gallon was as inside of ofBill ofB ofBill ofBill
Bill B
BillBill
Bill fell outen the buggy and as soonas soon soonas soonas
as he got on his feet he asked who ho hithim hit hithim hithim
him and wanted to fight He took offhis off offhis offhis
his coat and shoes and dared any manout man manout manout
out into the street Nobody went Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenhe
he went inside and swaggering up tothe to tothe tothe
the little winder asked Eph Higgins Higginsour Higginsour
our accommodating postmaster if therewas there therewas therewas
was any an mail for him Eph said there therewasnt therewasnt therewasnt
wasnt then Bill wanted to know the thereason thereason thereason
reason why While Eph was explain explaining explaining explaining ¬
ing Bill reached through the windowand window windowand windowand
and grabbing Eph by the coat collar collartried collartried collartried
tried to pull him out Being as the window win window window ¬
dow hole is is only 8 by 10 inches Eph Ephwouldnt Ephwouldnt Ephwouldnt
wouldnt pull through Deacon Leaven Leavengood Leavengood Leavengood
good stepped up to Bill and asked him himas himas himas
as a personal favor to desist Bill de desisted desisted desisted ¬
sisted at once once and turning aroundgrabbed around aroundgrabbed aroundgrabbed
grabbed the deacon by the whiskers whiskersand whiskersand whiskersand
and pulled out a handful handfulBy handfulBy handfulBy
By this time several citizens had went wentfor wentfor wentfor
for Seth Dewberry our town constable constableWhen constableVhen constableWhen
When Scth learned that
Bill was on onone onone onone
one of his tears he said he h was afeard afcardif afear afearif
if he met Bill face to face fa he would wouldlose wouldlose wouldlose
lose his temper forget that he had the themajesty themajesty themajesty
majesty of the law to uphold and doBill do doBill doBill
Bill personal damage Them who had hadwent hadwent hadwent
went after Seth told him it didnt make makeany makeany makeany
any difference if he did so Seth puthis put puthis puthis
his pistol and handcuffs into his pocket pocketand pocketand pocketand
and started for or the postoffice postofficcJust postofficeJust postofficeJust
Just as he got there Bill was tryinr
to pull up the hitching post out nearthe near nearthe ea
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the sidewalk Seth held back and asked
Deacon Leavengood to go up to Bill Billand Billand Billand
and tell him he h was under arrest The Thedeacon Thedeacon Thedeacon
deacon showed Seth where Bill had hadpulled hadpuIIed hadpulled
pulled out his whiskers and asked Seth Scthwhy S Sethwhy th thwhy
why he didnt tell Bill hisself While Whilethey Whilethey VhiJethey
they were arguing arguing about it Bill got his hiseye hiseye hiseye
eye on the constable and made a dash dashfor dashfor dashfor
for him Seth started for home on the thejump thejump thejump
jump and when he reached the housewent house housewent
went in and barred tbe doors doorsBill doorsBill doorsBill
Bill then returned to his buggy andtook and andtook andtook
took a pull out of the jug dug It wasnt wasntlong wasntlong wasntlong
long after this until he laid down onthe on onthe onthe
the sidewalk and went to sleep Leni LeniBrown LernBrown LemBrown
Brown and Sam Hill lifted Bill into intohis intohis intohis
his buggy and drove him home where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they put him to bed Monday morning
Bill was able to go to work as usual usualFurther usualFurther usualFUrther
Further Notice NoticeJust NoticoJust NoticeJust
Just as we go to press we notice thatwe that thatwe thatwe
we have a For Sale notice of 2 pigs pigsby pigsb pigsby
I by b Hiram Cranby Cranb mixed up with a mar marriage marriage
riage notice of Sam am Hines to Miss Al Alberta AlI Alberta
I berta Dewberry It is too late to fix fixit fixit fixit
it now so our subscribers will < have haveto haveto haveto
to make the best of it it
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Has Bit Hisself HisselfRas
Ras Slocomb met with a distressing distressingaccident distr distraccident distressis g gaccident
accident while prying a rock out of the theroad t troad theroad
road that leads from his house up to tohis tohis tohis
his wood lot Ras stuck a crowbar under underthe undertbe underthe
the rock and throwing his weight on it itbegin itbegin itbegin
begin to pry and heave The rock rockmoved rockmoed rockmoved
moved up some and Ras laycd over the thecrowbar thecrowbar thecrowbar
crowbar and held it there rc while he hecould hecould hecould
could get his breath Ras always sticks stickshis stickshis stickshis
his tongue out when lie works hard atanything at atanything atanything
anything He thinks it helps him im some someWell someVell someWell
Well Vell he stuck out his tongue toes ire in m this thisinstance t thisinstance is isinstance
instance and after he got rested be beforgot beforgot heforgot
forgot and let go of the crowbar cr bar to tospit tospit tospit
spit on his hands Consequendy the thecrowbar thecrowbar thecrowbar
crowbar flew up and hit Ras under the thechin thechin
chin making him bite his tongue nearlyhalf nearly nearlyhalf nearl
half oft Doc Livermore attended Doc Doctold Doctold Doctold
told Ras he would have to keep his hismouth hismouth hismouth
mouth shut for a few fe days until his histongue histongue histongue
tongue heals up This is hard on Ras Raswho Raswho Raswho
who is a great talker talkerLocal talkerLocal talkerLocal
Local Brevities BrevitiesThe
The circulation of the Bugle fell off offone offone
one last week because Sim Wilkins of ofCalamity ofCalamity
Calamity Calami Corners stopped his subscrip subscription subtcription subscription ¬
tion and so our present circulation is isone isone isone
one less than it was which we swore sworeto sYoOreto sworeto
to However we consider the the Bugle Bugfcjust Buglelust
just as good a advertising medium ac acit asit
it was wasbefore before because Sim never read readthe re reedthe d dthe
the advertisements anyhowSimon anyhow anyhowSimon anyhowSimon
Simon Whittacre dropped Intro tile tfceBugle tileBugle theBugle
Bugle office for a pleasant chat last lastweek Jutweek la st stweek
week just as we was going to prat We Wehadnt Wehadnt c cbadnt
hadnt time to stop and chat with hum ktmso humso R Rso
so Simon went away a mad He oughtto ought oughtto t tto
to have more sense than to come at a atime atime atime
time like that thatBill
Bill Simms was giving a account of oihis ofhis ofhis
his war record in the postofrke the tbeother t theother e eother
other night Bills war record is very veryentertaining veryentertaining veryentertaining
entertaining because he never tells it ittwict ittwict ittwist
twict alike alikeJim alikeJim alikeJim
Jim Hill is taking a vacation oa ac account account account ¬
count of a sick spell This is Ac t e first firstvacation iQtvacation icatvacation
vacation Jim has h s had for seven years yearsEzra yearsEzra yearsEzra
Ezra Underwood has a bunion 1Hm Oll and aadspends alMlspends andspends
spends most of his time by the fireMrs fire fireMrs ficeMrs
Mrs Martha Tucker put out a two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks wash last week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The frost last Monday Monda night nipped
Seth Dewberrys potatoes and cow owcumbers cowcumbers C W Wcumbers
cumbers Seth says sas he dont care any any t ¬
thing about the cowcumbers because
lie dont like cowcumbers very ter cool woIla wollanyhow coolany
any anyhow a ho hou
Our Poet PoetJed PootJ PoStJed
J Jed ed Peters eters teacher of the Bincvil Bi iUe
school has wrote a poem on nVmter nVmterwhich Winter Vi ter terwhich
which we use below to help fill up on
Jed J cd is quite a poet when he takes a anotion a anotion anotion
notion One time time he wrote a poem poemwhich p poemwhich cm cmwmch
which appeared in one of the county
seat papers and it was beautiful beautifulwas It Itwas It Itwas
was called Death Following is JaTS JaTSpoem JGdspoem J t tpoem
poem
Winter Is here agane agaveIt aganeIt aganeIt
It most gives me meaam meaamTo apain apainTo a pain painTo
To see the anew new fail ft l down downAnd oonAnd downAnd
And cover up the theSome ground growHLSome groundSome
Some people they like winter r1imtorBut winterBut nttr nttrBut
But not all allIt allIt allIt
It does not make me glad gladNo gladNo gladNo =
No it makes me sad sadAnd HtLAnd sadAnd
And melancholy melancholyrd too tooTd tooId
Td ruthar SO s o the blue WuaSky 1110Sky blueSky
Sky and flowers and green trees tressThan treesThan treesThan
Than feel the th ottum breeze breezeBut brezeBut breezeBut
But a roller dont care careFor careFor careFor
For the goshblame cold old air airIf airI airIf
If I he has warm clothes clothesMitts clotJ161tltt clothesDints
Mitts tltt wool socks Etc EtcBut Et EtBut EtcBut <
But we must lot her coma comaWe comnWe comaWe
We cant stop her by gum gumI gumI
l I dont go much on winter winterThats winterThats wtntorThats
Thats all TED PBTfiRS PBTfiRSTeacher PBT5RSTeacher PBT6R3Teacher
Teacher
Impudence Rebuked RebukedThe
The misguided misguid editor of the the Hard Hardscrabble HardacrahbIe Hardscrabble
scrabble Banner Jann < < a travesty on a DeW DeWi newspaper news newspaper ¬
i paper which is published at a cross crossroads croasI crossroads ¬
roads and a few f cw houses nine miles west westof wcstof westof
I of here undertakes to belittle the ck ckcuhtion cirrada envyeulatioa
cuhtion ada on of the Basic B 1e in its its last weeks wceJfiissue w weeksissue l lissue
issueThe issue issueThe issueThe
The Banner says that half tl Ute c 11I8 11I8scriben ssrbscribers b bscribers
scribers who take the Bugle dont readit read readit readit
it and tint the other half consists COD5 sts of ofpeople ofpeopie ofpeople
people who havent got any money moac and andtherefore acidtherefore d dle
therefore le dore wont pay the editor and a d con consequently COlIaint ooasequexdy ¬
sequently aint worth a hang to the tile1ert ad advertuer advertiaer
vertuer vertuerWitfc 1ert vertiaerWithi ler lerWitt
Witfc reference to half our sb sbscribers suhscribers e
scribers not T reading the Bugfe that tfeatan is isan tt ttan
I an infamous iofam iufannbusmalidons tlSmaticious > malicious iTKgnnnt 1Id 1IdI in infectious ih ihfectious ¬
fectious infuriated ine inexcusable inri cusabk de despicable despi despIcable ¬
I spicable spi outrageous horrible boy rible He lie liebody Every Everybody ¬
bod body body read who takes the Bi BipgvHfc piDe 3ugk 3ugkreads BDgkread Bngfreads
I reads it and then his neighbors sneak saeahin SDeltkin sneakin
in and borrow it itThe it itThe itThe
The second charge that the other half halfof Wfof halfof
of our subscribers wont pay their sub subscriptions subscriptions subscriptions ¬
scriptions is Aka A mistake misbkethr misbkethrfourtb mistakethreefourths three threefourths
fourths of then tbc a wont pay their theirscript sub subscriptions ¬ 1 1and
scriptions script ons and we We dont care who knows knowsit kaowit nanny nannyit
it it We have been bc thinking seriously of ofpublishing ofpub ofpublishing
pub publishing sh ns the names of our dead beats beatsand beatsand beatsand
and would would if it wasnt for disgracing disgracingsonic ciisgrac disgr iog iogsome Ag Agsome
some of their wives wives and children childrenAs childrenAs childrenAs
As for this scurrilous s aniious attack on our ourreputation ourrq ourreputation
reputation rq > > UtatioD and iuore ore especially our circnIatior cir circulation cicThe ¬
culation = pooh pooh 1 The Banner bad hadonly badonly d dooIJ
only 89 sweecnijers s six si months ago and aadwas aaclwas andwas
was losing the tIt at t the rate of If about oat 2 2a 2a 2a
a week so that tb t ks list ought ou t to be beabout beabout beabout
about 40 nowiWe DOW We do not fed coa coatempt coataapt coutanpt
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