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THE BICmiONDTAIiLADnTM AND SUN-TELEOBAM, WEDNESDAY APRIL 14, 1903.
urn . OHi vTi I Powder have been used III TV "V I feJ-J using it has rested in perfect confi dence that her food would be lifiht sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe guard against the cheap alum powders which are the greatest menacers to BOYAL 13 TBS ONLY BASING POWDES UABE FSOU BOYAL CBAPE CBEABf OF TABTAB. rjL ii t - : GREATLY WORRIED ARE HIS FRIENDS Did James Cullen Rush Job on Railroad Commission by A Blunder? EXPLANATIONS ARE MADE SUPPORTERS OF LAFAYETTE MAN 8AY THAT A PURPORTED INTERVIEW WITH CULLEN WA8 A PURE FAKE. Special Correspondent. Indianapolis. April 14. Somebody had blundered and friends of James Cullen, a Monon railroad engineer at Lafayette, are hurrying to Indianapo lis to tell Governor Marshall that it Is all a mistake. Governor Marshall Is out of the city, but the friends and political backers of Cullen are leaving word for him so that he will get it when he returns in about a week. The story has been going the rounds to the effect that Cullen stands a good chance of being appoint ed a member of the Indiana railroad commission to succeed W. J. Wood, whose term expires on May 1. Last Sunday an interview appeared in a Lafayette paper in which Cullen was quoted as saying that Marshall had offered him the place and that every thing was ready for the appointment except the issuing of the commission. Denied the Interview. As soon as this article appeared in the ' paper Cullen's backers came trooping to this city to see the gover nor. They declare that Cullen never said it" Cullen talked with the re porter for the paper but he did not are known to exist in this country by thousands because freed from pain and suffering . by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vetable Compound. Could such a record be made without actual and supe rior merit? Read what this woman says, and realize that the results secured in her case could not have been made except by a very good medicine. Detroit, Mich. For more than ten years I suffered with All the troubles women have. I had one doctor after another without receiving any benefit. They advised an operation, but 1 refused to have one. My body and feet were swollen, caused by my female trouble. I was very nervous, bad no appetite, indigestion and heart trouble. About six months ago I heard of Lydia E- Pinkham's Vege table Compound and decided to try it, and in six weeks I was well and strong. ! have had the pleasure of seeing five friends made wen by this medicine, and I want to say to all suffering: women take Kydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If any woman is in doubt she can write to me and I shall be most happy to give her all the information I can." Mrs. Freida Rosenau. 554: Meldrum Ave, Detroit, Mich. a Science in surgery and electricity has advanced much in the past 30 years, but the treatment of disease by the old fashioned roots and herbs method has never been improved upon. The fact that this leader of them all Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is today the largest seller of any similar medicine in the world, is proof positive of its value and superiority, for with all our enterprise' and advertising we could not keep fooling the people for 30 years. Merit and merit alone is what has made Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound the standard medicine for treating diseases peculiar to women. For CO IrdUt IS. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No side woman does justice to herrelf wfco xrtH not try tls famous medicine. tlm exelcrlTCr from roots and herbs, and has Caosaa3 cf cures to Its credit. : f "a If -Cm slightest trouble appears wnleb. 1 you do not understand, write to Mr, k'iakham at Lynn, Mass, for her advice- it is Thousands of Trillions cans of Royal Powder have been in making bread, biscuit and cake in this country, and everv housekeeper health or the present day. POWDES llfl If OF TABTAB. ; say what was charged up to him, they say. They feared that if the governor got sight of the article it would injure Cullen's chances of appointment. Cullen will probably be appointed, however. It is said that he has all of the qualities which Governor Marsh all said in his campaign speeches he would require of a member of the railroad commission, and besides this he has the backing of Dan Simms and J. Kirby Risk, the democratic Pooh Bahs of Lafayette. This is believed to make it almost a certainty that he will land the job, and that the an nouncement will be made as soon as Governor Marshall gets home. Swept Over Niagara ; This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the river's warnings - growing ripples and faster current - Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's disease. Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feelings return. "After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back, one $1.00 bottle wholly cured me," writes J. R. Blankenship, of Belk, Tenn. Only 50c at A. G. Luken & Co. Much of the good work being done in the Philippines is little known to the people of the United States. The re cently completed scheme for supplying Manila with water is a case in point. The supply is taken from a watershed 140 square miles in extent, being drawn from the Marquina river, at a point twenty miles northeast of Manila. The works include a forty-two inch steel pipe ten and one-half miles in length and a reservoir of 50,000,000 gallons capacity. The capacity of the system is 22,500,000 gallons a day, equivalent to one hundred gallons daily for each person in Manila. The Hong-Kong and Shanghai Bank ing Corporation paid dividends and bonuses aggregating 34 per cent, for 1908. The Alliance Bank, of Simla, paid 14 per cent. IIS News of Surrounding Towns DUBLIN. IMP. Dublin, Ind.. April 14. Mrs. Anna Wilson of Lewisville, spent a day wlfa Mrs. Shipley Wilson. - Misses Madge, and Lena. King of Straughns were visiting Miss Blanche Hatfield for a few days. Mr. Wardlow has moved in the east end of town. Mr. Robert Clifford has moved In his property which he bought ' of John Christman. Mrs. Watson and daughter of LewU vllle spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan. Mrs. Courtland of Iowa is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Morgan. Mr. Ernest Reid and wife of Rich mond. sDent Easter with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Truster. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Wilson of this place spent Easter with his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Horner spent Eas ter with their daughter at Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Goldie spent Easter with his father and mother, south of town. Soecial Easter services were, held at the R. W. B. church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garthwait of In- diananolis. and Mr. ana Mrs. Kinimer of Cambridge City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Garthwait. Mrs. Lillie Tweedy is on the sick list. Mr. Fred Carmony shipped three head of horses to Indianapolis today. Rev. Morris Barrett will be our new minister at the M. E. church. Mr. Lorin Champe spent Sunday with Mr. Johnny Miles. Mr. E. E. Foak of Spiceland Is .vis iting Mrs. Mary Stewart. Miss Mabel Voris Is home from In dianapolis to spend a week with her father and mother, Mr- and Mrs. P. V. Voris. Mrs. I. R. Godwin returned home from Columbia City today. Mr. Donald White was brought here from Oklahoma City and buried today. Words To Freeze The Soul. "Your son has Consumption. His case is hopeless." These appalling words were spoken to Geo. E. Elev ens, a. leading merchant of Springfield, N. C. by two expert doctors one a lung specialist. Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr. King's New Discovery. "After three weeks use," writes Mr. Blevens, "he was as well as ever. I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy." Infallible for Coughs and Colds, its the safest, surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth. 50c and $1.00. A. G. Luken ft Co. Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free. A novel but simple device for ven tilating cars, factories and houses has just been devised by H. T. Minnitt. In a panel of glass or sheet metal a large number of bosses are stamped, each boss being perforated by a hole about a quarter of an inch in diameter. The panel Is mounted In a wall or win dow and if the bosses project outward the wind causes a distinct surrent of air outward through the holes, but if the panel is reversed the current passes inward. The action is still the same whether the wind blows directly against the panel or accross it. Wood yields about one-fifth as muca heat as coal. CAMBRIDGE CITY. INO. Cambridge City, Ind., April 14. Mrs. C. M. Bally went to Bridgeport ' Mon day, for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Har ry- Hobbs. Mrs. Lou Ogborn and daughter, Ce line, of Dublin and Mrs. Carroll Ogborn and baby of Mount Auburn, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ogborn Monday. Miss Pearl Jordon and Miss Maud Jones of Connersville, spent Sunday with Miss Marie Hodskins. Mrs. Margaret Landis of Indianapo lis, is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Thomas Francis. Mrs. Emma Hodskins is quite sick at her home on Church street. Miss Julia Gough, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with Miss Carlyle Dif fenderfer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rink, and Mr. and Mrs. George Webber of Indianap olis, spent Sunday -with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fronaphel. A. B. Gough of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Ophelia Shults. Charles Bertsch is quite seriously ill with pleuro-pneumonla. Miss, Helen Filby visited friends . ir. Connersville Monday night. The Presbyterian Guild met with Mrs. Will Wagar this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Falls visited their daughter, Mrs. Willard Rummell of New Castle. Monday night. Mrs. H. Ingerman, who was so seri ously Injured by a fall several days ago. is thought to be improving. The Rebekah Aid society will meet with Mrs. George Webber Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Romer. are visit ins friends in Anderson. Mrs. Horace Heir, of Humbolt. Iowa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Bertsch. C. T. Wright has secured the services of Blaine Wilson, an embalmer, to as sist him for two months. O. G. Davis, of Williamsburg, and his daughter, Mrs. Chase Mauzy, of Rushville, were Cambridge City visit- ore Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Steele has gone to Ox ford, Ohio, to visit her mother, Mrs. Cooper. The funeral of Isaiah Myers, well known to the people of this communi- ty, will be held in the Locust Grove church, Thursday morning, at ten o'clock. The Masonic, the K. of P., and the Red Men lodges will have charge of the services. Mrs. 'John Dyke is spending a few days with her father, la Mlddletown. Max Weaver, the thirteen-year-old son of Frank and Laura Weaver, died at his home In Benton ville. Ifonday. The funeral from BentonvlUe church Wednesday at two o'clock. He has WEBSTER. IMP. Webster Ind., April 14. The Web. ster .public school commencement will be held in the Friends church today. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. C. Steddom were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Clark Sunday. Miss Mattie Witmer and Clara Harris were guests of friends and relatives at Centerrille the greater part of last week. The Ladies Aid society met last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haisley are off on their hodeymoon trip. Mr. John Miller and Master Cail Harris are learning the carpenter trade under Thomas Monnan. Miss Vinnie Witmer entertained Sunday Miss Ada Pudge. Miss Neva Miller and Miss Grace Overman. Rev. Mr. Specklein will preach at the M. E. church Sunday. NATURE'S VARUING Richmond People Must Recognize and Heed It. Kidney ills come quietly mysteri ously, ' But nature always warns you. Notice the kidney secretions. See if the color is unhealthy If there are settlings and sediment, Passages frequent, scanty, painful. It's time then to use Doan's Kidney Pills, To ward off Bright's disease or dia betes. Doan's have done great work in Richmond. John Morris, 4S3 Mala street. Richmond, Ind., says: "For several years I suffered from backache, the attacks being so severe at times that I could hardly straighten. The pro fuse, then again scanty passages of the kidney secretions plainly showed that my kidneys were affected and I finally decided to try a kidney remedy. In the spring of 190, I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills procured at A. G. Luken ft Co's drug store and they helped me after other preparations had failed. At that time I told of my experience in a public statement and now I gladly re-endorse the remedy. I have had only one occasion to use Doan's Kidney Pills since my first trial of them and I am glad to say that the results In this case were as satisfactory as before." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-AMlburn co., Buffalo, New York, sols agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. GREENSFORK. IND. Greensfork. Ind.. April 14. Mr. Cum mins of Sulphur Springs, is the guest of his son Charles Cummins, and wife. Mrs. Frank Underhill is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mundell of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Smith of New Castle are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Retz. Miss Blanche Kerr has returned to Indianapolis after spending a few days at home. Herman Foster of Richmond spent Sunday at home. K Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman of Cen ter township, and Mr. and Mrs. Lark Hoover and daughter, spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. ohn inderman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roller of Rich mond have been spending a few days with relatives here. Rev. SDeckein filled his regular ap pointment at the Methodist church Sunday night. Clifford Crump of Earlham spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mrs. Eden Martindale was pleasant ly surprised Sunday by a number of relatives. It being her birthday anni versary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Stigleman. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Gause, Mrs. Melissa Bond and Lawrence and Marie Bond, Mrs C. Stielemanu Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bun- tin and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bond of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck and daughter of Anderson. 4 An elegant dinner was served. Nealy Retz of Fort Wayne, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Retz. William Hatfield was .transacting business at Richmond Monday. Rev, Bundy preached at the Friends church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Thornburg of Su gar Grove, spent Sunday with Fred Cain and family. Mrs. Sue Gaylor of Richmond, spent Sunday with relatives here. The Ladles' Aid society of the Chris tian church served an Easter supper Saturday night and cleared $20.5X "I'd Rather Die, Doctor, than have my feet cut off." said M. I Bingham, of Princeville, Hi. "but you'll die from gangrene (which had eaten away eight toes) if you don't," said all doctors. Instead -he used BucUen's Arnica Salve till wholly cured. Its cures of Eczema, Fever Sores. Boils. Burns and Piles astound the world. 25c. at A. G. Luken & Co. Most Common Class of General Delivery patrons Are People of Small Means The Giddy Girl and Her Love Letters Fraudulent Use of the Mails Reduced to the Minimum Disappoint ment is the Emotion Most Frequently Displayed at the Window The Gen eral Delivery Helps the Police to Trace Traveling Criminals. ECONOMY, IND . am Economy, IndL, April 14. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hadley received a Pitts burg paper containing the announce ment of the engagement of their son, Ralph, of Wfikesbarre. Pa., to Miss sue Watkins of Parsons, Pa. The marriage will take place some time la June. Mr. Hadley is aa expert ac countant and bookkeeper for a bis; de partment store sad the bride-to-be is at the head of the millinery depart ment la a wholesale house. dentally killed in getting off a street car in Washington, D. C. last Thurs day evening, has relatives living here. He was well known here and had many friends who were shocked when the news came of his tragic death. There was no preaching in the M. E. church here Sunday, but there was an Easter entertainment in the morn ing.. - Rev. Dr. Singer and estimable wife are now residents of Lynn. Mr. Singer was in poor health during the two years he was here, and was de prived of mixing socially with the peo ple as much as desired. Mr. Singer is thoroughly educated in theology and his sermons were scholarly and bril liant. Mrs. John W. Taylor entertained in honor of Mrs. Jennie Scantland the day before she left for Nebraska. There was a large number of ladies present and a fine lunch was served. Mrs. Lulu Rakestraw of West River is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cain took East er dinner with Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Harley of near Parker, Sunday. Mrs. Lou Fenimore made a trip to Richmond and Hagerstown. Lon Edwards and Ernest Replogle arrived from Richmond. Saturday evening where they spent the day. Dr. J. B. and Mrs. Clark enter tained at dinner,' Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Manning and children. Mrs. Celia Shively and baby, of Bunker Hill, arrived here Saturday evening and are guests of relatives. Mrs. Hiatt is the lady who has been sick for the past several months and It was thought she never would recov er, but she is getting along nicely now and soon will be able to take care of her baby. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb, Rev. Han nah Stanley and Miss , Wadman ar rived from Greensfork. Saturday eve ning where they were shopping. Mrs. Jennie Gardner and baby of Richmond . arrived, here Saturday evening to visit the Fraiser family ov er Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Stanley of Earlham spent Sunday here with her parents and brother and sister. Harry Saunders, a U. S. soldier. Is here on a few days' visit with his par ents and friends. L. W. Stamm of near Dayton, Ohio, spent Easter Sunday, here with his wife. Miss Linda Bowman of Muncie, was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. George Cromer. Frank Jordon had a valuable horse to die Sunday. Charles Hunnicutt lost one of his cows Sunday by falling over an em bankment and breaking its neck. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Cain enter tained at dinner, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Cain of Henry county, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cain and son. Hurlie Lontz and family returned to Hagerstown. Sunday night after spending the day with the Fenimores. Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson and daughter, Ruth, and Miss Carrie Gwin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb. Mr. and Mre. Charles Morrison were calling on relatives here Sunday aft ernoon. , ... Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hiatt had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hiatt, Mrs. Glen Shive ly and daughter, Margaret of Peru. Deck Haxton and Harry Parker came up from Richmond, Sunday. Miss Mabel Hunnicutt was the guest of the Misses Hulda and Hasel Hax ton, Sunday. Up Before The Bar. N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts field, Vt., writes: "We have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for years and Lfind them such s good family medicine we wouldn't be without them." For Chills, Constipation. Biliousness or Sick Headache . they work wonders, 25c. A. G. Luken & Co. CHESTER. IND. Chester, April 14. Chester Ladies' Aid society cleared f 14 at their Easter market Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Crawford and Less profit for the maker. Highest cost to the dealer. More good tobacco for you at the same price. Smoke today a LOUIS a DSSCHLER CO, XSw. :3vem IHWrnaim Life Stearo A Criebrity is bora every day. Waolaber What is his story T How does he live, work. eUyr What about his famUy. hie frienJ.hia fanciest Read HUMAN LIFE, its esrhislva field is interesting articles about people. HUMAN LIFE marshals the world' celeb rities of the day together and gives them to yrm in picture and story as under a field glass. HUMAN LIKE is absolutely original. There ia no other magazine dealing wtth people exclusively. It is filled from cover to cover with stories and pictures of people and will keep the entire family pasted as to the actions and doings of all the prominent people of the entire world. It has the greatest writer in this country of vigorous, virile, pungent, forceful, piquant English, as its editor-in-chief. Alfred Henry Lewis. thecaustlccontributor to the Saturday Evening Post. Cosmopolitan. Success and many other representative periodicals: the author of "The President." The Boas." Wolf ville." Andrew Jackson." and other books of story and adventure, every one scintillating with strenuous life. Mr. Lewis1 fingers are upon the public pulse : he knows what the public wants, ana he gives them running-over measure: his knowledge of men and things is as wide as the wide, wide world. HUMAN LIFE to up-to-date in its fresh, original matter from the bast authors and best artists, and filled to overflowing . with human interest. You will find the great and the almost great, the famous and sometimes infamous, described in HUMAN LIFE, with a knowl edge of their little humanities that is engrossing. HUMAN LIFE has a peculiar style and method of Ha own. which gets the reader into intimate relation with the subject written about. It may be amid here, on these pages, you almost meet the people. You get them at dose range, off the stage. "as it were j you see all their little mannerisms and pecu liarities, and you hear them tall good anec dotes; you laugh with them, you find out about their botnea and boboiss aad children and " better halves." Cbas. Crawford visited at Michael Ken- j dall's Sunday. Albert Eadler and family Tislted at Richmond Sunday. Word has been received here of the death of Hannah Jefferls Kerlin. at Greenville, Ohio. She formerly lived near here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jeffera. Caroline Kerlin. Miss Alice Kerlin snd Mrs. Fred Harvey will attend the fu neral. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wester Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrow attended the funeral of Mag gie Woodruff Fulghum at Fountain City Monday. T. C. Borden paid a business trip to Fountain City Monday. Los Epps and family of Richmond, visited at Henry Cook's Sundsy. Will Epps of Richmond, visited h!s mother, Mrs. Susan Epps. here Sundsy. George Kerlin was at Chester to visit his mother, Mrs. Eliza Kerlin. Miss Bertha King Is taking a short vacation visiting- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward King. Harry Minor and wife are back from Lapaco, Texas, where they spent the winter for the benefit of Mr. Minor's health. He is much improved. Mrs. A. O. Harsh of South Third street, Richmond, entertained Chester friends at her home Saturday evening. NEW WESTVILLE, 0. New Westville, O., April 14. Our Easter services were all quite helpful and interesting. An unusual number were present and all seemed attentive and earnest. Our pastor preached excellent ser mons both morning snd evening. Our superintendent conducted the school in accord with the thought of the day. The young people and childrea who took part in the exercises did their best to make everything a success and they succeeded as they deserved .to do. Mrs. Esrl Brandenburg and Mr. G. Andrew Laird each deserve special mention for the way they conducted the musical part of the program. The house was well supplied with potted plants, ferns snd cut flowers, thanks to the kindness and efforts of the Misses Bsllenger. Miss Mildred Laird, mm Utstnontors, Aasongthewel umown writers ef te bo tusuSsU e HITMAN Ut Charles Eawars XuaseU. Vanes Thorn Upton Karlair. David tfriii Pfe Elbert HubbarS. Hrand WaJttork. Beiasco. Clara xarm. Ada rati Jean Labor, Kanon Tobeyaad HUMAN LIFE is unique m that its affn cipal aim is to teS truthful. f-i-iii.liag.Uvew up-to-date human sales about real bunsaa people rich, psople poor neapl. gendpeo ple -bad pisnts psopls who have si i asm plished things psople what are trying t) accompliah thrngs penplayra want to knew about p.opla that ox etj body wants ta know about. HUMAN LIFE gives you that k nowledce of what aucfc people have on are doing what they say 1 how and w! they live ana tats of rst-naad that you cannot ana HUMAN UPB is a large iQustrated Maj anne with colored coven wall worth dollar a yasr. Read the following in trod action Three Months for 10c Human Life rablis&lar; Compear, 95 soetneate iZt Eacld t i ! an a ii. WHUMAN LIKE ia sue. aw lOcfar Mrs. Grace Call, the Misses SheskeL Mrs. Pryfogle and others. Mr. Ell Brown rendered substantial and timely assistance by the loaa ol his horse snd buggy for carrying the pisnis ana aiwgeiner we .acvanva iu be with one accord, is one place sad with one purpose, to learn and wor ship the one whose resurrection the dsy celebrates. Easter surely bring joy to us all ss It certainly should. We had a little excitement here Monday, when the car going lato Rich-' mood tried to go two ways at one time, the front wheels keeping on the mala track going west and the back wheels turning oft towards the side line to New Paris. Of course it Is still true that a house or car divided against Itself cannot prosper, there fore things came to a standstill and It was some time before the csr could be gotten out of the way to allow the cars to pass by in each direction. No one was hurt. Little Ruby Mat tlx. aged three met with quite a serious accident. She followed her older brothers toward the stable,' where the father was ' at work. After awhile the father, heard the child cry sad running to her, found her coming toward him with her face covered with blood. Carry ing her quickly into the noose he found an ugly wound just over her right eye, a sort of triaagler piece of flesh hanging by a small portion of skin. The mother wss not at home, so bandaging the wound as best he could, he carried the baby to Dr. Lyons of New Paris, who gave her kindly attention. The child seems to be as comfortable as could be expect ed at this date." As she csnnot tell 'conjecture that the horse or dog may have bitten her. Our reading room has been supplied with two dozen chairs through .the kindness of the Friends of East Msla Street church. We shall be glad to receive dona tions of good reading matter for use ia our reading room. Either books or magazines. Especially those on ag riculture or children's reading. . - Anyone having old book cases to donate or . sell cheap, please sddress R. Simms, RJchmonjL R. F. D. We want them for the reading; room. paxtd Laara None P.aBegatasaat . Tews or Cay Sat. p ( V J - ' v e been aa invalid all of his 13 Ear. Jsespa Reece, who - was acd-