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06 . iv- cnread of correct artia ox lu" nil lftHeH of nocietv ginoua ere attention that is now tn the production of r?.,;i HBiffD8 in granite and rl jn tb way of monuments, rL.. .culptures etc. Oar pro- .... in theee lines are not eur- Hj by those of any othf r country hJT world; and every year the Lbb' excellence in this respect r ... more distinctly marke J. A r house in this -ection of the S these lines i. that of T. J. .ho established business cere ia the manufacture oi a f atifol assortment of monument, rivals, etc , all of designs em- Pn artistic taste and conception the Wgnesi a agree, n u L in)D tbi9 bouse to furnish first class work to the publio Lf.ir and reasooable prices, and estdiilly inTite intendingjpurehaeers eill and inspect stock and get prijtt before purehasiasr elsewhere. Ptfiojally it can be said of Mr. Day .k.t his reputation for producing (iifaeetand most artistic work is tjond cafil, at the same time hon. gble methods of dealing assures smSdence to all havinar business dlitions with him. Dr. J. T. Hull, Dentist. Ia the perplexing cares of life we iriliable to neglect our teeth, and if we do they will cause us more trouble and annoyance than all the other ills to which the human fleBh it heir, but with proper care and ittentioa much ofjthis pain can be troidfld, and (with few exceptions) thi natural teeth preserved as long owelive. When a tooth commence to decay it never stops until it ruches ths nerve; and not only that, bot one damaged tooth cause the other teeth to decay mora rapidly, liemi annual visit to a competent ud thoroughly qualified dentist ihould bs ths duty of everyone, and great eare should bejtaken in select iag a dental surgeon. , The peo pie are fortunate in having the services of Dr. J. T. HuI, whose offioeand operating rooms ara lo oted North Side square. The doc tor is prepared to do high-class dentistry of all kinde, making a ipeciftlty of crown andjjbridge work, and guarantee all work. Ia filling and extracting teeth Dr. Hull ia par ticularly expert. He ia an affable, painstaking gentleman and has just ly earned a large following of pat rons. When neediegjany work done in this line consult Dr. Hull, where yon get first. slass work and at rea sonable prices. with Charles Burrows matager. He has a fioe stable oonvsnientlv locator? and in addition to a wt.ll conducted livery busineep, makes a specialty of bearding horses at moderate nrices and giving all aiiimals entrusted to their charge the same scrupulous cre and attention that is bestowed upon their own horses They keep a cumber of horses for livery pur poses and a number of most stylish equipage?, and their turnouts are the handsomest to be seen in this section. A competent force of oblig ing and attentive tssistants are em ployed, eo that anything in either a light or heavy hitch can be had at a moment's notice. Ca riages, hacks, etc, with careful drivers are eup plied promptly for funeral?, wed dings, partiep, etc, at all hours, cUy or night, and all orders are given immediate attention, whits the charges are always satisfactory. Per sonally Messrs. Smith & Barrows hold a hold a high place in the con fidence of the citizens and trade generally and are among our enter prising and progressive business men and citizens Something In the Water. From Law Notes: About a quarter of a century ago, writes a correspond ent from Forth Worth, Texas, I wit nessed a trial in which a man living on a certain creek sought divorce from his helpmeet on what the newspapers usually refer to as "the statutory ground." The testimony developed that this was the second unfortunate marital experience which had come to the plaintiff while living on that creek, he having dismissed by law a former life partner for the same offense. The judge in granting the decree remarked to the plaintiff: "I think you had better move away from that creek; there seems to be something in the water." The Scli'H of .lostlce- When a ladv once consulted Dr. Johnson on the degree of turpitude to be attached to her son's robbing an or chard "Madam." said Johnson, "it all depends upon the weight of the boy. I remember my schoolfellow Davy Gar- rick who was always a little fellow. robbing a dozen orchards with impun ity, but the very first time I climbed nn an apple tree, for I was always a heavy boy, the bough broke with me. and it was called a judgment. T sup pose that is why justice is represented with a pair of scales. Chs. Hasredorn, Fhotjirapher. Among the skilled photographers nd artists of this section of tie state there are none enjoyicg a high er reputation for saperor work than J. C. Hagedorn. This gentleman has had a most extended experience in the business. His studio ia fitted up with matoees aud good taste, while the reception rooms contain 11 conveniences. The operating denartaient is provided with the A. latest and mostgimproved appliances known ta the profession. That Mr. naeedorn is familiar with all the details of portrait and picture mak ing one glance through his studio could readilv demonstrate. In ad dition to photoexftDby be is givin special attention to water colors, Uk and cravon work, all of which bear the impress of tha master art t You will find Mr. Hagedora is iQllV UD with th times. HS he 18 makiDg all of the latest things in either glaze or platino finish, the latter giving a beautiful carbon er fot, and it can be fairly said that in tne finer brauche9 of the att he is not excel.'e.l bv iirv other artist in the city or county. He does al kind t-.l :a:ura framing; makes a pecialty of .'biklren'd pictures, ex ecutes work iu nil cizes and styles and guarantee? ea'isfacticm in every instance, while the prices are most satisfactory. Personally Mr. Hage dorn in well and favorably known as tt expert ia the profession and an greeable and courteous gentlenin I'onr Advertising Medium. The National Advertiser tells thv etory of an old bachelor who bought a pair of socks and louna atiacnea to one of them a slip of paper with these words: "I am a young lady of 20 and would like to correspond with a bache lor with a view to matrimony." Name and address were given. The bachelor wrote, and in a few days got this let ter: "Mamma was married twenty years ago. The merchant you bought those socks from evidently did not ad vertise or he would have sold them long ago. Mamma handed me your let ter, and said possibly I might suit you. I am IS years old." low Ostrich Feathers Are Treated. Ostrich feathers in their natural state are white or gray, but ere pass ing into the hands of the milliner for use as ornaments they are often dyed in various colors, and sometimes, u the curl Is not as decided as it should be, the shape is improved by mechan ical treatment. An ostrich will fur nish, it is said. $10 to $50 worth of feathers every year of different quali ties. The prices vary from $7 to $200 per pound. MnrD Than Seventy Miles an Hour. A train which ran between Phila delphia and Atlantic City last summer is credited with the world's record for fast regular trips. The distance run is fifty-five and one-half miles, and the scheduled time was fifty minutes, mnkintr the rate sixty-six and six- tenths miles ncr hour. But this time was often beaten, the fastest run hav ing been made at the average speed of seventv-four and four-tenths miles per hour. Win Ed (Dd stiWMifiiiiii so., KLansas City, IHo, The Klght Sort, Steadv Company (after a running .nmmpnt on business success in gen- 1 t miwt sav. Miss Florence, that if there Is one thing I particularly ad- in mnn it is business enter prise. Miss Florence So do I. There's vrmne Rushman. for instance. lies only been calling on Miss Sparks two months, and they're engaged aireaa. Richmond Dispatch. S iltet Lake In the World. ti,, Hest lake iu the world is Lake Urumia. in Elersia. situated more v. i niwi tat nVinvt the level of the sea. It contains Geo- L Smith, Livery and Hoardins Stable. A representative and reliable Brery and boarding stable in Butler u that conducted by Geo. L. Smith, 22 tier cent of salt. . cinct s ner cent in the Dead 9ei. e The lake is S4 miles long and -i rn'le hroad. and its northern coasts h a border of salt eiitteriniz white In the sun. No living thin- can survive in it except a species of very small jelly fish. Strange Weather Vane In England. rn the roof of a brewery at Maid er. is to be seen one of the most mnrkable vanes In England. It rep resents an old brown jug and glass. THr. which Is made of copper. sta:c3 three feet six inches In height, and three feet in diameter, and Is ca pable of holding 10S gallons. To Re-visit BUTLER. Will be at the COTTAGfi HOUSE Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 8, 9 and 10. All cases that we take on this rip will be cured in Butler, siv- ng you the expense of pom" to the citv. Our Keferences. We c?.n ive you names and references until you are tired of reading, but the references we give here are home people whom you know and whom you can go and see, and they can tell you what we have done for them. t:u c- ,vt l.ier.oe !" the l.ir j Home Treatment That Cures. ami ixci:i:. A positive guarantee in ail cases we treat. WITHOUT or LOSS of Tims. nuii.'. iT i: j .iticuts wo arc trt.it:i. i:: r.'.::lrr a::-t l'.;tf- cour.ty, lr. Hu:!., nj rc-tiilii: the lr. 1!. O. :i-it:i S.: it:uh::u (.. will r.r-im return to HutUr and rttr.ain ( :.t uuk, u litre he :h.iit 1 i Me a'.'. Li ild patients and an . :i..i: v ih w i tu ? as desire t i t ik advantage of t ur wonderful tre.it i:'.c-i;t iV-r j'ilc fin I cancer. Consultation FUi:i: And a. positive guarantee given iu all caes we treat. If there is a case of piles r,r can cer 1 3 ft in Ihis town or county, it will not be a fault ot ours, as we , propose to treat and cure all who come. Those who are too poor to pay i we will treat and cure absolutely fice of charge X30 "S77"E? CUHE ? Ask Your Homo 1'ooplo. Below wo give you the names of a few we have cured in Mates coiiuty : THOS. LEGG, TIIKO. MAUQUAUDT, (I. P. WYATT, W. CJ. SHAKER, C. C. CATTERLIN, A L UK I IT KOGEI1S, J. C. RKAVIS, A. DIXON, C. C. SIIUKERT. JAMES R. MARSHALL, We treat as many women as men but never puLlish their n:uiit application. LILLY CALDWELL. JOHN A. CAM I'liELL, THOS. WALLS. S. E. LICKL1DER. C. S. EWIN'G. Other names ami testimonials furnishotl em Don't fail to see us on this trip if you desire to be treated and cured without the expense of going to the city to complete your cure. USDKR STATK Sl'PKKVISIOX. LOAMS MONEY BUYS NOTES, RECEIVES DEPOSITS. s I Xo Stamps required on I deposits drawn at counter. FARMERS BANK. Always at the top where quality is concerned p. xxn We antths Lest trade that is yours. Ycu iant the test groceries they are curs We can make the prices; We can get together. ! WATCH. We want your Chickens'- ! o o O V SMITH'S We vant your Eggs- I BARGAINS We want your Butter! Trices at tne x . Vrf V.0r, rr Iimii. irherp I 3 - Si' Kvery 1.J Sabbath Somewhere. Lly li'.ftc-rtnt nations every day ia the week Is set apart for public worship Sunday by the Christians, Monday by the Greeks. Tuesday by the Persians, Wednesday by the Assyrians, Thurs day by the Eeyrtiar.s. Friday by the TurVs. and Saturday by the Jews. To Slake Merlin teprt. It is announred that the German covernment expects to be able to in troduce a bill in the r.xt session cf the Prussian Diet tor th eonstructloa ot a ear.al suitable for birge steam Ehira between I!er!in and Stmin, prac ticaliy makiug Berlin a seaport toa. Tahlnr 0 Chance. Fatigued FranH. "Don't touch any uv dera bottles T' Grina Googln "Why, dere tray be booze in 'era!" Fatigued Francis "Yes. an' dere may also be some uv dat medicine dat works whila y r sle?p!"' A Itlllllte Item. "I'm astor.:tb"i at you ftllow3 lyr.r hir .z a man who was TO years old." -It dofs ?eein bar'!: but. you feee, when they're young they run so fast that you just can't ketch 'en V Atlanta l'uri.-:tiiution. they ?!iouhi be SMITH & SON. ObliTion's nail. IIlcksThat fellow Aguinaldo Is go ing to be a troublesome character. The government should do something to zet him where he would never be heard of again. Wicks Yes; the government thould fix it someway so that we could elect him vice president in 1900. Puck. Ia ConfKotnop. The Graad Vizier "There is talk of unseating Cccgressman-lect Roberts, cf Vtah. because he is a polvgamist. tbe Sultan "This is an Indirect reflec tion on me. By the Beard of the Prophet! I feci like sending them an ultimatum.- Pack. Wlieo the Worlrt Will Knrt. Sir Robert Hall says tbe tvorlj will come to an end when the waters of the ;ea break through a thin spot. which must exi.-t somewhere, and come in contact with the ra:r.g fires within the globe. This seems rational enough when one recalls the explosion they had over in the Indian ocean some vears ago. which ser.t a xilz't wave around the globe and actually engulfed an island or two The Crou I'ritre of Slam. The frown prince r' Siam. who ran write fluently in thrr-e Diroaa Ian g"iaees. i a boy author cf forn note. He has written .-'-veral s'ories for hi! Ir'-r.'s m.izalr.'--. ;.uMlshcd ia Ensrlr.d. Inevitable. . ":.r.v llr. Soo-er ald if he was -.vo-ild a-pt him he wou'.d ; r 70-. Maul What ;M yoi ?ay? ! him to try it. If you wn-.ldn't row. you would feme tirr.e." Detroit ntikcm Wrote Mwt. Arsons noreTIsts the palm for the greatest Quantity cr writing, so far a3 mere amount is concerned. Is generally conceded to Chcrles Dickens. Nothing Wo4rfl Yeast There's a lady pianist at the museum who IUo Crts-.aontwak Unifat That's nothing, my laLy der that Yor.kcr'. State3-man. Baallrd mte'. I)r lfot boucht a ewinj; nmchinw of Hendrlakaon. Hiuith and FranrUco, two of the leading attorney of Hutlr, ,m.nd through our village Monday u rout for Clinton. Mm Wear, of Clinton, in viniting hre this week, and gam tio a ila ant call. Prof George and wif, brother-in-law of Ja Allen and wife, of Culver, visited at' Abe Killing! a day iant wek. C K Crow and wife vitdted relative ontheast of u last week. T Hendrix chloroformed ome of his cattle last week. Ella Uowden will claae anoth er nine months' school Wednesday of this week. She has taught several terms hr, and will be greatly miss ed by pupils and patrons. Our babies have the measles, as has A linn Fort and Hendricksou'a little boy. Mr P.arker eeenas to be Jin5rovin2 as we see him out riding. I Dr Crabtree gave us a call an j evening last week. 1 Howard Arbuckle, after an ab ! sence of two months in the weet, has I returned home, Mr Price Fpent a niht lat week ! at his old home. He is hiding out from the rnas!e. Fata Berkabile o!d out to his brother and returned to his old home in Cas county. Dee Hendricks parsed with a load of corn. ' Several around here had to plant J part of thir corn over. ! Ben Pettus avs Bill fimpon Las the b-st cow on Soap creek. Williams JJros. plowed and planted i .10 acres in five days last week, who : cn beat that? Je Spearman and family with reL ative frouj Hei.ry county, Hundayed ! with his pa. Jno Reed is rnshic things on the ; Doreey farm this fprit. W S Griffith, wife and n ju ilay, : WX.A Ir lie. and family Sunday. Dr Wolfe a&d family drove over to : Urich Sunday to vi;t frir.d for a ' -hort tim. I'rearhin at Fairview at Sunday. Its every 4iti Sunday. Yi T Hendiickson took a run lowu toJopiin, where he, Asbbury and ; son are talkie-: of invet:ntr in a ! Uiinio s;aeme. Success, we hope will be tnesrs. The wind Satardav night seared some of oar neighbors Into the cy elone cellar of J A Woods. Pat. ! i 1.