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Jasver, Indiana, Feiday, Jtjue 18, 190Ö.
t CL'ND'S SACRED BEAST.
Law Against Shooting Even
:n Eating Foxfcs. .
,) tlit country the other
is it village sensation in
. i-aiU-d upon to adjudi-
. farmers assembled in
r .,f the only village inn,"
, London correspondent of
1 t ountry. ''One of their
i,l shot a fox which had
.at among the fowls for
i -ht that fowl keeping
, , , r .innry farmer does not
"L- an occasional hen, but
beast and kills
r.t;y. Jo ncre was
i !.e fanner had shot a fox.
,-ttlenyit. In fact, ho pre
throw out his cheat with
f in defiance of all the un-
of British sport,
ustom from time immo-
diMTCfvl thnt the fox
What Makes Bread and Beef So Dear?
TiYnm flin f1fr.m fmonf nf nnrnnnlhirn-mmnc tlin imnna
ant information that 4 4 We are not producing s0 much, in
proportion to population, as we were ten or a dozen years
We are told that our farms have not kept pace with
our increase in numbers.
And we asked to believe.that "thjs fact alone is suffi
cient to account for the enprmous advance in the price of
The implication seems to be that nothing is the matter!
with us -except that more people ought to go farming. I
it is aiso asüuuitu uuai, newspapers in tne general
fH KP.nce; inn nf the SUbl'ect that nOtliincr hnf fho Im-P nf flip
a creeuv ueasi aim khis ... i- l nnn,An -rivi ni r.- i.s i.i. l li.
ninnin nf tho thine U1LJ "g" ins mat, uie wnoie irouuie
frivilous and fond of
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a unej vciuutjvmtr, um luv- ihwjk w wUC mrnis are a lung way
to beifrnm rhfi Howerv.
Thf Courier desires to submit to an inrplliorpnf. nnhhV.
that the explanation is indequate.
t the niteci ataies uues not nronune nnnnp-h tnnr to
feed its people the matter is certainly serious and the
reason that lies back of the fact is likely to be serious, too.
Tlio irlnn that t.hfi nrices nf hrauA lind Vuirrni onrl ltnof
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. irom pun a " Pare going out of sight because our people hate to work out
re worcd. He belong to. , b . b , f , seriouslv.
- ana in
t P.AiTpf TTmico SrkPPial
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. .i .1 r 'I horo novor -.VJIS H m(l)TlPnr in tho hicfovtr nt fine nnnn.
: i lie covers mm iui in- j x nvi w iv.w ..w w ......w..v . v..w nwwvij bitw wvun
will, devouring what mavjtry whcn the out-of-dooi's-life-the life of wholesome agri-
- hi, wnv. Custom. too. rt,,tf,i.ol loKnr tirirl thp Ponnnmin inrlonnnf1iJtiro fVaf nnf fn
that the hunt shall pnj ith tjiat j,jn(j 0f life-made so stongan appeal to the!
I no hunt goneraHyjo . ncnirntinn nf mrv
;h in innumerable coses
:.:ry is well aware that he
pirticular farmer said!0 mind.
jtry when trie out-oi-aoors-ine-tne me or wnoiesome agri
cultural labor and the economic independence that out to'
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go witn mat Kinu ui iuw-iimuw bo stongan appeal to tne,
sentiment and aspiration of city men as it does today. i
The flooding literature of ruralism and suburbanism is ,
only one oi the more odvious signs or tins prevailing state
, ntcl for many years him-
i .t'l never made a claim ßr
- A year or two ago, hov
, f x had paid a nocturnal
- fowl yard and had played
the fen therod denizens.j
r two after it happened
third time tho fox came
h : i 1 made a most deplorable
' a lot of fine Wyandottcs
.f expensive Buff Orping-
i the farmer wrote to the
rvtary and tltked for dara
; ;.e reply was ttfat the claim
attonded" t& shortly, and
-Tin vi a ham. Thereupon j baying at the doors.
. r iienarcii war on an xuAt-s
- 1 thorn ruthlessir. And
ti.e unint w
Tlioi'n nvp pnnnolit npnnle who wnit. tn on tn fnrmino.
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Tim fvnnl-kln ic flint nrnrl iirt inn nf f'nnrl nf? wpII n? thp pnn-
sumption of it, has been made abnormally difficult and
precarious tnrougn tue rise ui lmu great ioou truscs ana
their allied monopolies.
The alarming increase in the cost of the necessities of
lifo ic nnf rlnp. ns thp anoloists of mofionnlv would havp.
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us believe, to a sweeping epidemic ol vanity and lazinees.
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the Strategie position of economic power, and are imposing
The old Court House goes at last
A grand buuaing in its placo,
And Jasper holds it firm and fast,
Huntingburg wasn't in the race
The white haired boss andthe wagon maker
Have got the grit and sand.
They'll take the Burg and fiercely shake her
If she don't play in their band.' .
And music sweet that band will play
A few short months to waic
For the corner stone they tnen will lay
Of that building grand and great
I'll tell you now, how it happened so
And Jasper is the winner
Huntingburg can bluff and blow
But in scheming she is a beginner.
We had our hands upon the trottle
Were running fast and true
And on the trail we saw a bottle
But not a blast we blew
That bottle placed on our rail-road
Is compared to objection made,
By Huntingburg and all who blow
And all the plans they laid
The bottle placed upon the rail
In size was very small
Compared to steel, was light and frail
It didn't check the speed at all
That bottle was placed by a wheezy man
He lives just eight miles south
He did all he could, did all he can
That is, just with his mouth
That bottle was crushed by that special train
A now Court House was landed
By the white haired boss and wagon maker brain
In Jasper it was planted.
We will have to see it before believing.
That was the statement made
But congratulation we are receiving
And compliments are paid.
T-TBunr June 10, '03 Loveun Irsak.
Heasoni For Blng Indignant.
There was somethinc in the at
mosphere which told him that
thing were not exactly tne same.
Silence followed soon after the
usual greetings, but at length she
Bpoke. Aro you aware, bit; bug
heran, "that one hand of tho Bar-
thohii statue measures Bixtcen feet
"So I have heard' ho nodded,
happy to be addressed agail
"The thickness ot tno neau-irom
ear to ear," ßho pursued icily, "is
"The nose is four feet six inches
'The mouth is three feet across."
"I believe so. Just imagine it."
"The waist thirty-five feet
"Then will you kindly explain,
sir," she continued, "why you stated
in the poem which you addressed to
o that 1 reminded you ot tne uou-
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öess of Liberty i" .Ladies' .yomc
The streets of Now York were
first lighted in 1G97, tho lighting
being done by a lantern suspended
from a pole stretched out from tho
window of every seventh house.
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The lighting of streets witn gas
was first tried in 1816 in Baltimore.
At Philadelphia a theater was tkus
lighted on Nov. 525, lblü, tue nrsc
nlnee of amusement in America il
luminated in that manner.
Gas was first used for lighting
houses in Boston in 1822. It had
been used thirty years before at
Cornwall, England. facrap uook.
tra Meant Well.
tne Strategic posiLiun in bcuuuiuii; jiuww, ami are imposing!
upon the people a grinding system of arbitrary taxation. ! rpne printer's "devil" was making up his first, form.
rne peopie must civm uiw uua auu iwuucw uiw mua- paper was late and tne ooy got tne gau-yu uuacu. t
ters ot monoply to the level of law, before they can de-,1 rpne firsfc part 0f the obituary notice of a pecunious citi
liwv flip rnnntrv from the wolves of huncrer that are now t,,i iinmnori in Hip fnrm and the next handful
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Knt,ircr nf t hp flnnrs. ar rlpciprihinn- a recent nre. it
Note the savacre ways of the Beef Trust. It has taken vanr) :uu fi-c. ThP nall-hearc-rs lowered the body into the
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hid! pUZZlodthe,1- nl,nnn tUof ilinf tv,irrl,f n, f,-o,v, Av'V? ü.Al.. 1,1 l,oc Koon fltl MPzoro
- III UI'U .1 I 11 I II t t I If I I. Il.IIl.l Mill' III. 1. IIIIII. I IIIIII I -A. . .mm - at IIAVl'nrr" 1 1 11 t -M I 1 I I VI t I IV lrl.1 (. II wt.wv-
n Sflt'irtlnV niht j n-iw " . e? , . JWt "lew Ii HUY ictiicuo, iui ui wv . . ww.- t
rriford shot a fox last'gentina. Onlj a week or so ago it was reported m The to the town for years. Of course there was mdividual
tlinf n wimnanv to be canitalized nt .SiO.000.000 i u(. nf,oc-Pnllr pnvmwl hv inRiirance. inewiaow
i nil- i-i i.m.i ii , uuui iwi i,.w.w v. w L - - ---i t -i lUao, uut tnao naoiunj w w.v wj
- come to him since. lt,was being formed to bring beef, mutton and eggs from thinks the editor wrote the obituary that way because the
v and it ain t sportsman- AiwanMnn Ami nnw pomes the cah e information that i nn,.fnm Imv invc mvpri him hve vears SUO-
, 1 ii 1 fit . . .iiuviiuiiui ...w. .. ittil 1 ell LUU uai UICL VI iiv.1 Jv7
t em kill your nens. inais . -RQQf Tincf-c hnc spfiirefl ontions on all the hif refrio--!.. ,k r-nv nlionnra
v aro there for and u one:"c A--wi w . 1 7-- - 7, . 0 . -iswiiutiun. uAuiaugv,.
im n prut ino nlants of Arerentina and is in a position to con- .. . - -
who are generous Itrol the beef supply of that country.
ou have it Sport is The trust is determined to gc-t its pound of flesh, even
.1 its rules arc adamant. It 'fi-..nno.h ;r iinc f0 starve the consumers of tne United
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mt 53 tWttoylStates to obtain it.-Evansville Courier..
. -h luint
v .11 ions of pounds a year m
Wales. and Ireland for the
I the sport.
k of the hunters that are
.A sold nnnuallv. the packs
Hell is Full of 'Em,
Watwl Willi tUC llljjiwUJv-nvu, "
Gossip! How she runs about on every street; in every is thick enough to drop from a spoon, lutit
store in all the churches and societies she finds a foot hold. pail, set in a kettle of boiling water, and cook
- :Wiiflfio!i linmo n Holl unon earth. Qossin has cfivino-nftpn. If it does not stick to the nan
For Cleaning Wall Paper.
To clean wall-paper use the following reciepe: Ten cents
worth of liquid ammonia, ten cent worth 01 oil sasatras,
one teaspooniul (even iuuj osoua, iwu 1.11. v-y
A.m ' u nn ovf nf rnlfl wnter. MIX the COlCl
IU11J 01 au auu unc viuiu wo. ww.v .
water with the ingredients, then add white flour until it
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i:. iho hunumcn, the stable V ' ' 'Sp n home a hell unon earth. Gossin has &iV often. If it does not stick to the hands when cool
'. mo dozens 01 nnngcrs u . . , uii,,j ,1 .. " f t
: - kealmngoutofit! With-'.parted husbands and wives. Gossip has blackened andrit is done. I
hmimk enrtnin districts of Ldiiorl Hip ohnrap.ter of manv a poor criii, Gossip hasiworkintr eacl
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-Dw,,, -Pmy H10 nnn nnri divide 1M0 loaves,
cto uiciwiwiiwU .11V1CH, IS UUIlc. nciauvc iium Y rr 1 1 i'
girl. Gossip has'working each piece a while in the hand. Take out only
P tf tl . i . , : to 1 S i ; i-t. ,r.o1 m flip nni . tn
pvnnnratinfr. Rub the wall
into the dougn. vvnen very
as orood as new
and Pvtchlev country a coun-
'.".iae is as expensive, if not
- than" a- -Iindon mansion.
i'l of diminishing, hunting has
!, m popular' favor."
1 ' -I don't know what It la that
p ir:o to that fellow HuRKorly.
A - I do. It's hit arm.
ailu lOW ami uauuciuua v- ...ww...
Jasper has both, do you know them.
Who is it, reckless of his fame
And deaf to yells of praise or blame,
Unmov'ed by glory or by shame.
Hands down decisions on the game
Who calmly stnnd whore spinning spheres,.
Projected by the hand that steers
That low or hi;h, curved, straight or queers
Whiz past his oody, face and ears,
And calls then balls or strikes, while cheers,
From grandstand throng or bleacher s jeers,
Do not effect his hope or fears?
Who faces tnousands every day
Ranged round the grounds in fierce array,
All with a h t desire to slay
When he de: ides a quick, close play
Kot in accordance with their way,
No matter what they want and say?
Who wears the diamond like a king?
AVho-bas tho players on a string?
!Who carries rennants in a sling?
Who simply rins the whole darn thing?
W. J. Lampton, in X, York Times.
The Working-Girl Wife.
home of luxury
to share the humbler fortunes of her young husband, killed
herself because the demands of work upon her young
husband's time caused her to feel neglected. Mothers
. 1 .1 1 i I Mlnnnnn lini.n wtll.Vl frt CHC1UOV
WnO Dring Up CiauglUwis hi luicucoa nave luuui w i4w,.-
f nnA nf f Ua lpncf. vpsnonsihilitv is the selfish, dissatis-
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fied dispositions which their daughters carry through Me
4. i,-; ,T,r, licnfivnntno-p. A pm'vI who had earned her
tU L11CII 'vii uiwwv ..v.0w. o--- - .
ri nnrlprsf-.nnd the call of uutv to trie watre-
worker would not have taken her own life m a lit ol
pettishness. The president of Mount Holyoke college
spoke l v:- ;" ner approval of the working girl as a better
Jrifn ft ... ' - "nllerre mrl who has never known any occu-
hng time. --North Salem Herald.
Ilarold- Will you take my seat, lady?
What Attracted the Attention of xht
Solemn Faced Man.
One of our southern salesmen
brought home the following from
his last trip:
The nronrietor of a tanvard built
a stand on one of the main streets
of a Virginia town for the purpose
of Helling leather and buying new
When he had completed the build
ing, he considered for a long time
what sort of a sign to put up to at
tract attention to the new esiaunan
ment. Finally a happy thought
lie bored an auircr hole through
the (looroo?t and stuck a calf's tail
into it with tho tufted end outside.
After awhile he saw a solemn
faced man standing near tho door
looking at the sign. The tanner
watched him a minute and tuen
stepped ouf and addressed liim.
"Good morning, sir!" ho said.
"Mornine!" said the other, with
out taking nis eyes off the sign.
"Want to buy leatner.'-asKeu tne
"Got any hides to sell?" . :
"Are you a farmer?" ' '
pation 1 1
oihffo!. Write fer "Why r Any wbltt by mill. M.Ü.
VÖRIES. r SUte Sspl.. Prtit., et 25, (dlMMt.
"Ifct Stheol TbH' Known Eury."
"What arc you, then?"
"I am a nhilosonhor. I've been
standing here for an hour trying to
figure out how that calf got through
that auger hole." Boot Strap.
"It ain't true," said the milkman,
"that wo always put chalk in our
"Do vou mean to sav." demanded
Mrs. Ilouskecp, "that you never do
"Well er never except after n
heavy rain when tho water gits
brown and muddy." Ohio SUto