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THE Toledo Blade TOLEDO, OHIO. - i The Best Known Newspaper in the United Btatea Circulation 200,000 Popular In Every Stnto No Whiskey Advertising Tin- ."M'S'iilv-'! It" CVlttlllCI II in! i tlx- I ) lt 1 1 1 ii I mum ixipntor Hum at liny ihtIikI nf i remark ihlc i-in-cr It It no rend i-ucli week Ity inure tlinn it ti.iltiin people, lit Held It nut I riMi tn rl I -) lit Slate Imamliirlct, Inn limiltet tin- li-intth hmI lirc.titlli nf thi' t'nlliil Mnlt-t.itit In It mi mi riiiiMlniuiliie rlttht nf cliilmliiit tu In- tiir uri'titi'l iiiitloiiHl ni'i'hljr nt'Hiiiiiiicr In the cniintrv. 1'hu Weekly llltidc It .lltthiftty it tmnllv iiuwKhtiii'r. I'livimi'i lijiri ur lit iinlilWn r lint nlttitvt I'i'imi In rmk.' M Ml fur the Ameri can liiimi'.fiir tlm ilit-tldi-, nml nf Ititi-ri-M m every nii'tiiln'iiif ilii- fuiiiliy. 1M r 11 1 II 1 1 ildt iuri It It ki'ii i'li hi nml wlioli-viiui'. Tin' newt uf Hie iturlil It hiiuilleil In ii I'liiiiiiri" hcntlve niuoner, nml l,i' tiitlnut ili'inrt Ini-illt nf I lii' llliiiln mi' itlllitl nil n p iluttitk I it fare. The I linnet, old i mi' 1 1 it ili'lltfht in thi' wiuni'ii nml I'hllilriMii current n(T.ilr nn tri'itli'il 1'illiiirliilly llliniit inejii.l,-e! t tic thrill tinrlct hm'm'Ii'i'IiiI wllli the Idea oi i 'eating Hinitrt-ati-tt mtiiihi r nf ctlun Inv ert I till' )ll 'tllnil lltiri'.lll It a tempi took of In fiirni.itlniit tin' I'limito-ml i'iiUiiiimh iirecori dueled wild tin- nir;Kni'iif Kit Ink I In! (i.it rmit it medium fiirtliiteM'limigc nf lli-ni unrl Infurmiitliiii on f irm tojilet. No ili-pirltticnt It ni-glii-titl, Inn every fcitturi' It taken 1'arenf Willi thi'liliMi nf making Tim Hindi' worth imiiiy ll i.it tin' price nf Militerlp linn one dollar it year. sample wiili mulled free, Aildrt-vi, THE BLADE, Toledo, Ohio. Trustoo's Salo. Whereat, Murk I'liMn-v mid M iry I'.ll.i-In-lh Oiriln-y, liiitli.iinl mnl wife, hv 1 1 1 1 certain llicil nf I'liitt.ihitcd the tuh il.iv nf ii.'iMhiT. Nlnc'ceii liuinlnil mnl fmir H!'tl ami llli'il fur rniml. In tlii'iiilliv nf Hu II,. i-urilcruf Hitilt fur Hull 1 1 1 1 y Mltwiutl nn t tin : il.ty nf liitviiilii-r, I-.mi, ami nviir.lin In tin' ri'i-nnlt nf ilii'iiili, f tniii llif iMi t nf ll.i-ilt. III Hunk ,Ml-iil-r IIU. Ill pull' IK thi-htif, --! in iin- umlertl.iicd iriit li-". III Initl, In tivitln tin- iitliniil uf tin null-In i Oil l'rii-l Ih-i-il iiti-riiiii,iliii iictii here, imv tin1 fnllnvtlii'.' ili-iMii,.i nn I i-t lull' Mil. Hi' In Hull i-minlt. Mittnnrl. timvu 'I'lic Nnrtli Kiti I'iiiiii IS - , i,r tin NiiiIIi l;.il iiikiiIi r I: 'il ui -.-.- I mi N ii in Iter Twenty r.n. In rniiliii N ii nn x r l'm Mini- (V.il nf i: in j- Niiimim'I limit ti-ti-n IT mnl. tthelflt. I III' , I HUH' il, t -lllMlj I . t.,lil l'riil i'i-il mnl tin iiitwi-tt ilii'iit'ii, i iliii. mnl titiinlil. mm tthercit. ilm i-ii hnhlcr llll'l ttlk'lli't nf tlllil null' h t i-pietl ill inc in -tit'tti I i in' iiit ir t ftii-il in nn' Ii villi liii'ilnf Tm-i liitiil t.inl ii-il ittulr nml mil ..I Iin- iin iltuf t.iMtih- iitvih. I'ntltllf I'M -.ItfliJ lint I'llltl, .111.1 llil' llnlelil rilin-tt tit-ur--l lit til. 1 lii-i-.lnf rnitti iln-rr fun-. In c tniti I Hi'-i- ttlili tnld tiiiiitl. mnl In Iiihmi.iii-'i-nf tin' mer titlitl In me, a Tiilt.i-i'llitiilil lin.t II, 111, I Hill ti til n-iil I'tiuii . ui imlilli- ti n. In,- in I lie Ii lu li,-tl lililili-l- fur i ltd 1,11 VltiVliVV JWIUIV J.ii-i hi tlm Nurlli fmiii ilimrnf iin- I'.ciri lliini In tin' I'll nflirixuii 111 Hull rniiiilt' Ml tniirl, lii'iiti-i-ii tin liiiiiit nf niiii' .i,-,M'k n I It - T n nil mill '"III li'i-lm-k III tin- llfli-l- lilt III uf til II 1 1 'IV, fnt till' MIIili-t 1 if it l"i: wllli tin' inifi-i'ilt tln-ntif, tin' ili-lii i-in-tii IiimIiI I'ruti II, ril mnl iin' i'n-iiit uf i'M' 'iiiliut.ilil initt. nt In tnlil I'riKt li.nl inn tlili'il. li.Mi:i,Z.rilM s 'I'llltl 11 ThKlHVI'llllMT I.', Il'll. McCall's Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Hare More Friends than any other niiiKazinu or iintttrns. McCall a Ik the 'reliable l-'aslilon (iuide monthly in one million one hutnln.il thousand homes. H-Mi1es shnw lnu nil the latest ik-sifjiiNof Mi Call l'littcrns, t uili ivxne is brimful of sp.irklin slioit r-tnrivs and helpful iiil'oruuitHiii for women. Sm MonrnJ Kop lnSllr hv unhvilblrg lor MttaU'i MiiflMia H i-liv Ci-rts unit S- rrnts a trjr, IncKiJIn jnyoncut t!:c (rlcbuud MiClll rjlltrni Inc. 1 McCtll rtlmt t.J all iilirif Ii mylr. Hi, tnitiilitily, rri.iii-iiiv mimI immltr tnlil. Mi.le ctcvcri t--ll Mrlill I'mierns iImii ant i.ilitr itit mikti nmiUiirrl. Nt.ne liicltrr llall lcrMI. Ituv tii.iii your Jralcr, nr tiy umii Iri-in McC ALL'S MAGAZINE 230-246 W. 37th St., New York City htit Off, ') 'r M4 rUf 1'mim ttm. 'I'm-: Si:ntini;i. anil .Mi'(!;illV only $I.SO. Fin- tin price of Tiik Skntinki. nloim $1.S0. Si'inl your milwriptimi to DOHVNS ClMtUY. Okkuon, : : : .Mis-inriti. Administrator's Notice. Nutli-e It lii-n-liy tilvi-n, Unit U-lli-tt uf ,i. uiliiltti'iitliiii, iihim the i-ttnte nf I'lilllli II Dxli'V. ilit'i'iititl, wi-in itrmiii-il tu the uiu lll't'tlmii-ll, nil I lie it'lll 1 1 1 iV uf IMt't-luln-r. I'M I, hy the I'ruh.ile i'imiii uf Hull I'uunly, Mlf unrl. All IHTMint luitliiu I'luliut iiiruliitl alil ettiite, lire ri'iliii'tliil lo i-xlillill t In-n i for alliiwuih'i- tu tin- iiilinliiltipitiir. within kU imiiiiIIis fu r IIih iliiti- nf tuhl li'lturt, nr Ihi'yniujr Ik- iiii'IiiiIiiI fnini uuy Ih-iu-iii uf Mii-h fktiilutiinil If tucli I'liilint Ihi nut eolith. Itril within une year from Hie iliite nf tilil letlert, they tluil he lurt-vt-r hurrisl. IIKOIIliK I. KIIMl.lt. Ailuilnltt rlnr. Tlil-t aril tiny uf .1 miliary, vi. Notice of Final Settlement, Notice It lu-ri-liy ulri-n. thut the iiiiiIi i-tlKUt-il Kxiciitiii of Ihi'i-ttateiif.luhu S. In lermlll, ilri-e.n-i-il. will mske lliuil Ht-ttli-iiii-nl of lilt ui'i'uiinth with wild nttatun mn-li K uciilur tt Hie next Term nf the I'mliiite Cuiirl of Hull County, Mhuuurl, In Ihi hnlilrn In Ort-k'nii In tuhl I'liunly, mi the l .'lli ilny nf I'l hrunry. A. Il'l'.'. lllttlVEII IM'IIIIMII.I.. Kxivulnr. I'litt imlilli-utlaii .laiiiiury .'. Il'l.'. Notice of Final Settlement. .Nutli'ii It In-ri-liy trlti-ii, Hint Ihe iuiili-r kIhihsI Ksifulrlx of llini'ttiile of lli-orue W. Mliriihv, ilii'i'i'il, will nmkn lliuil mIIIi-tin-lit of hit iii'i'uiiiitH with tuhl 1-tinit- a tin-h HvtN'iilur ul Ihi-iii'M Term of the I'rnhiite ('mil I of Hull f.'uiH l.v. Mittnnrl. tu In- Imlili-u In OM-itnii III mi III Cuiiiity.nii the I'.'lli ilnv of IVIiiuarv. A. I., I"r.'. AI.IIKIITA II. MI'IH'IIV, Kftiviitrlx. Thlt !.Tlli ilny uf liii'i'inU r, It'll. For Sale Home kouiI lire mhhI, apply In V. J, .ACIIMAN. HONESTY IS THE NEW WAY. Tricks That Und to Obtain In Reput able Butlnei Flrma Now Obsolete. "The new Idea In liuslness In hon Jty oppnnc??, frnnknesii." said Alton II. I'arkef nt a dinner at Eaopus. "Wc ttfrd to conceal our pltimblns. mid very jmor, iiiiKanltary work II whi. Wc i'ximiso ( now, and It la nUovtli er Round and wholesome and iMtlfifae lory Well, himltiess In llkn (lint, "When I think of some of the tricks that tiKcd to ohlnln In reinit ililo Iuiii nesa firms I am reminded of the nea side nctitlonror. "This pcdtindrcl onc held tip :i ff) Rold niece and said: '"Giicjs the date on this ploro of money, friends. Make n riicm and n mall pnrclinoc, and tho correct kci,s. er takes the coin.' "So everybody In the crowd 'jiicor,' ed, everybody bntmht nome ttorthlesf rubbish, and the dealer nettci a hiiue profit. Then, nt the end. he lnoki-d nt the $10 Bold piece, held It up an-! said: '"Now for It! Who Riic8!ed ISIM" "'Mel Me! Me.' cried every man lark In the shop. "Tho denier untiled. "Then you all guessed wriimr,' lie raid, slipping the coin Into his pocket. 'The date Is 1882."' BUILDING 100 STORIES HIGH Nothing Improbable In Report of Plans for New Structure for City of New York. There Is nolhliiR Intrinsically Im probable In the report that a hundred slory biilldltiK has been planned for New York. A GO-story bulldliiK Is al ready In process of construction there, and pri'sutuably there arc no serious eiiRlneerliiK problems Involved In th hlKher structure that have not been encountered In the lower. The one es Hfliti.il would appear to be tli.it a plot of Kniuiid surtlilenl In area to provide an ample baue kIkiiiIiI he obtained; I lie ii-lallnn between bise and helcht In .ikysi-rapers baa been nt lenst t hen re Inilly determined. Whether a linn ilrnl story huililliiit Is eoinmeielall) lir.tetlcible Is another iiucsllon. Would ii suite of olllees on the nlncty-nlnth Poor, say, nut easily? This Is some IhlliK that pi ilnt even the real rs tu e experts In Mnnhatlan could not dielile offhand. Hut If (he hundred Moiy slrinltiri' should be hulll. ris ing l.'Ji'O feel above Ihe iaveinent, New York smihl lake a eetiuln pride In having by far the loftiest building In tho world, a contrivance of sieel aid cement uroatly overlopplui; the fatuouR Klfft-l tower. Providence Journal. Frenfh Ambassador's Conscience, Now and iiitalu imi- rhanccllor of the t'cheiiier ret el vet aiionyiunuH huiiik from thie who at some, time hate ac cidentally or hy design defrauded (be lira Miry. sii)Mtbe London (ilnbe. He eeutly the Kreiieh inliiltter of nuance received '.' fr. I fie. Thla iiioilest ro luiii evidently t-cl' kiiiii- iiiiu ihlnkliiK, for a few data later came the rcidltu I Ion nf l,Hi:i pound. The reslllutloii id about elKhleeii tieliee Is easlei to miilio than l.::uu poiunlti; posflbly Ihe 1 lemplalloit lo withhold the. Mimller film mlaht hate been In Inveihc ratio The Paris eoiitemporaty from which we tako Ihe fiireRiilm; inentlous a curi ous cai-e of fraud in which Ihe mil' li.iv Htnlor of a Kieat power was In volved. How Iiiiik It went on Is mil lateil. but In his will be left Oii.t'ild francs C'.ion pounds )io reimburse lite tale for what he. had withheld dur ing bis lifetime. Action of Froit on Plants, A Stvedith liotuulsl has propounded n new Unity to explain the kllliiiK acllon of frost on plants, iin well as tho fact that eel tain plant escape damtiKC j when others are desttoyed. He ob- ' .lit, I'M. 1 llifil uik.Ii itl.tnlu tiu .-.p,i kt limi I and viola, whlrh survive the hjvere wlntera of Sweden, have tho March In helr leaves replaced during the cold I'.easnu by Mipai. Ho then found that In plants which do not possea this peculiarity Ice Is farmed In the Inter stices between the cells, and the wa ter Is withdrawn from the cell snp. When the water Is extracted the pro teins In tho cell pass out of solution with disastrous effects. Hut If sugar Is present the proteins remain In so-; lutlon until a much lower temperature Is retched, Evolution of a Fair Maid. At Twelve I shan't do everything you command; you're only my maid! At Fifteen 1 will show you I have a little Independence of my ownl Up sides, you're only my stepfather! At Sixteen A girl of my ace should not take such talk from any one, not even from you, mother! At Eighteen Harold, you have no control over my actions; you are only my (lance! At Twenty You are only-Oh, I wish I was back with father and mother! Smart Set. The Retorts of Millionaires. They were on the subway. The mid-dlt-BKed man was sober, but bit younK companion had confided to him in particular, and the whole car In general, that the champagne had tatted unusually fine that evening. "I tee by thlt paper," commented the tober one, "tbtt a lot or million alret are going to be pretenttd at court In London." "Yetb,' agreed the youth; "ahum of 'em go to court, aa1 touts go to Jail." -Twloe-flloU Potmltr. A Corn' Held Talk It was a well-known fact that the farmer's daughter uinrrles the farmer's hired man In more It'slnncc t linn bap pen outside. Why not? He Is nn tin' .tt'iit. Ills education mnl Intelligence tuny Iin equal to, If mil ubnve, hers He eaii make every night a sparking night. Things were going liariiiolilousl v.llh Farmer Heldi'ii's hmtHclmlil Abe Saunders, his hind man, was a bust ler and his daughter, Jennie, wasn't threatening In run away ami go oi, ho singe. Slut and Abe hadn't exact ly fallen In low, but they were spark Ing. That is, they wtre sitting u to pare and ipiarter apples and Re Ihetn ready for drylcg sitter the oh, folks had gone tu bed, II they didn't parn apples then they popped corn and cracked hickory nuts. In about a month more Abe would havu made a iluelaratliiii of bis love, but nn aunt In a distant town wanted Jennie to come and live with her and go to school and alio went away Abe. how ever, h)ol'd upon the matrimonial nf fair as favorably settled He could wall her rf turn A year and a half later Miss Jennie returned. Abe drote over to the v II Inge and the depot to meet her. He advanced to throw his alius around her, but she retreated. He looked lot a kiss, but got none. When lie slood liH"k and gn.ed at her he saw a gieat change. She was tin longer Ihe sam girl. She called him Abe, hut In a distant way. On the way home, when he tried to tail up the lipatkltig days, site warned him not to be silly. She look very lit' to Interest III the pigs unit hem mnl when be bragged of digging ihrei aei'ea of potatoes In a day she illilti'l seem tu think It amounted 'n much. Oil, yes, Ihete wits a lutnge mid It was a bail une fin Mm 'I'liri-.- win no more spuiklug, no nuue talk o mi. trillion) Theie wen- tlun" wtn-t .'In1 mldtessi'il blui us .Ml Sittiuilelr Alio w.ik nn fool Ho ii'illziil tl.at i, gulf had opi-ni'il ami m-i liiin-elf ti miUo the probli ui lb vol Hit- wiuut. end of It, Just as othei final I met have. He catiie to the cniic lilslou tli:i there war. a fellow In the cum- - oni of those town fell. iws -and koiiii-iIiIui. so. in h.ippi tied tu coi'i'oliiinit- hit Idea. A louslii anlMil He ttat a (ellutt Hi- wine gooil eliiilieh mnl was edu ruled He i-oiild talk well niul li will. A he was li-milng on his hoe In Hit ilirilllelil when he mwi tin- piolilem He hud shown that young iniiii Ilia he bad no use for him. hut mitt In would go lurther He would etipple him lor life - pulton hlmsluy lilui wllli a club slianglc blni! Tin- man who had stolen Ills' stveelliemt shoiiM' dl. Abe tulglil hn hung for It, Inn In would die happy He had Juki ioiiii 'ii this i-uneliislon. and Ihe knee-high 'oriislnlks weie looking red lo him When I he OIIig mini In the ease up puiri'd heroic Ii 1 id. He hud wandered oni lo tin Helil lo pass time Abe sprang loiwnnl with enrsi . ud the i on uplllieil tu strike hut war promptly kuoi lied down. As he sal tp ami looked around In a dazed waj In war. ui-ki-il: 'Now then, hate Jou gone ciny l,oik up here mid lell me what's the mailer " 'You know, you lllaln!" tiiutteicil Mm. "I know thul you hate been down in on- for something hiuce I eiiiue. hut I can't guess what." "Von lie! Von hate Hulcn .li'iiuu fttini me!" Oil. that's II. Clad lo kuon who Il Is. Vou think we me In Into, do you?" "Sure you are." "Abe, you air an nss. I Ilk., finih.i, Jennie, hut that is nil We bate m r-r talked love ami ueter shall. I itou'i Miami In tour wn.t In the h-asi. ami I don't know of anyhoity thai illicit " Thru Die young iniiii sal down In side tho angry ami grieving lover, tuul in a sympathetic voice told hltu tlun tho lucv liable bad bapieiied, as It had happened hundreds nml thoiiHmids ol tlliua before. Miss Jennie hud gone away mid risen above him. She wa no longer In his sphere. He was Juki as good a man as before, tun tin- IihiI Imptoved. She wus now of the outside world In speich and manners, ami hh speech and manners grated on her She covjhl never again look upon 1st tit as In other days, "What's Ihe matter with my talk?" asked Abe. "Well, the other night I heaid you say you had went to tlm bam." "And doti't my hoeing three acres of 'later In a day make up for lack of ed'H-atlou?" Hardly, Abe." "Well, I'm horry I went for you as I did. I'll sit on the fence and do some thinking. This thing tins got to be net t led some way, " Hi did ait on the fence and wrestle with the new problem, and as soon as supper was over and the chorea done that evening lie changed to his Hon. day clothes and was absent for two hours. When he returned ho walked straight up to Miss Jennie ami said: "The other night I told you I bad went to the barn. 1 now want to say that 1 have went down to the Widow liaker't, and that I went to ask her to marry me, and before' another month hat went by we shall be mar ried and went away on our bridal towar!" Caught in His Own Trap Mr l.uke l-Mgerley was a model fatti'cr livery tiling about his estab lishment was neat as waxwork that is. It waxwork is neal, as we havu nl ways been led to suppose. He prided himself pnttlculnrly on his trim letires and bis smooth lawns and Mollis Willi not n weed to be seen ntiywlieie Hut especially be prilled himself on his cantnloupe garden. He had laid out the ground wllli gteat cute Hummed it hlulily, worked It deep and mellow, Imported the seeds himself, mid planted Ihem with great cate Alter the vines were up In had watched thcni ralllifull), killing Ihe bugs one by one, which Is the only way, ami getting up mi hour earlier than usual every morning with Ibis especial purpose in view. I'v and by the nie!ous began to ilpcti mid l.uke was In high spirits. He had. Indeed, a tine lot of their and It was pei baps quite excusable In him to feel proud of Ihem. Already lie had selected one for the minister, one fot Ili-aeon Smallhcad, and one for Hangs, the new doctor. These were lo he pioelileil when they were fully rle. ami l.uke was continually expa tiating upon Ihe gratitude and delight with which they would be rerelvcd. Judge of Luke's dismay when be found on going out to Inspect his treitsuies as usual one morning Hint the very Idem leal melons be had se In led for the three gentlemen we have tnent limed were missing! With mad haste lie searched Ihe whole grounds, hut the best melons weie nowhere to be found, lie colli' petleil Ids wife mid the two hlrcit men and his sous, Jack and lieorge, to Join in ihe scut Hi; but II was all of no avail--thu i-.-intiiloiipes hud disappear ed ami refutfil to be dlscovi'ied. l.uke ileeldeil that Ire would tlx lli i'gs lot the thieves. In the llrsl ph ro he m-i n couple of steel traps Hi ti lueloii patch, mnl III the liexl pl.iie lie would He nwuhc that titglll mnl ii he lica nl the least sound any whi-ti- be would Ju ii 1 1 out of lird. seUi UK old inuskei, ami pursue the ras as Hut, bi'lug a rath'-i sleepy innti, he got linn dull a piiifiiuiiil nap that be illil not awake until day ilawii, and tbti when he wi-ut In Ills nu'tons lie nihil theie weie llncc mole gone' V ml the traps were not spuing, either! Mr. I'Mgetley wiih In a ilnudtiil stale of mind all day, but when night "nine he leriised In go lo bed He was going to sil up nml watch his mrl ant So he ciiuii'hi-il In a cornet of the lot behind soiiie currant hushes Hid waited Mioiit ten o'clock he hcutd a -leiililiy footstep Halting IiIiiim-II on his elbow he looked around. Theie wiih no moon and the stars were lultn Hi a hnry sky, hut still there was light enough lo show hint a tall, gaunt llgiile clad In while, loomed tip before 111 Tit In the dim light the figure look ed M;i'imuurnll lull, and l.uke waa a ilevoul believer In ghosts. The sight ol tills spccler struck ten or in hi soul. The while llguie advanced neat rr, with slow, ilellheiale steps, as If II know theie were Imps set. Hy and by it stooped dow n. picked off n melon, and enme straight Inward l.uke Ter ro r got Ihe lietler of our hero I'llng lag away his mitslicl, he struck u bee Mile lor the house, right llcioss Ihe ini'ton vines, all unmindful ol the Haps tu an Instant lie was last by one foot, ami, tun icallliig whin had nappi'iicd mnl thinking he wiih in the .'I tit t-Ii ol Ihe ghoti, he gave a He -iieiiilnus leap lorward, mid was uiighl by Hie miter toot In the other tl-ip To liu-ri-iite lib dismay the s'cior was healing down upon blni. with a huge melon under each arm l.uke u.tered an tinemlbly veil, which reached the ears of every -deeper III the house and caused the klnisl lo iliop the plunder wllli a wllil .'dentil ol afflighl. "Orali her. boys! (itab her!" elicit l.uke to the hired men, who had up pencil on Ihe scene In very scanty apparel "Don't let her git off!" Hut Ihe woman for II evidently was a woman leaped through Ihe cut rant hindics, screaming at the lop of her voice for "l.uke! I.uko!" and illsappemeil In Die direction of the house. "My stms!" cried Mr. Kdgcrley "Hint soiiiuled like Sully's voice. Von don't suppose It can't be dear me' Il beats everything!" "Haven't I heard ynu say that your wife was a sleepwalker?" asked one of the men. "Uy Jinks!" cried Mr. Kdgerley "You've bit It, Styles, And she's the ihlef! Undo my legs! I'm nigh about split In two. It's lucky thai nobody with short legs got caught in them tiaps. And look here, boys, don't say anything about this, and next week we'll have an oyster supper." Mrs, Kdgerley was Immensely sur prised at what she had been doing, hut her husband was greatly relieved He felt the melons were not lost Neither were they, for Styles found them all next day, safely stowed away In the haymow. After Dinner, "Uidy," began Hungry Hlgglns, "I'd thank ver fur a meal"' "Ah!" exclaimed the bright house keeper, "you're one of these after dinner speakers." "Not exactly, lady, or I wouldn't be so hungry, 1 ain't got so much tt a chestnut about me." Catholic Stand ard and Tlmtt. o 3 o C D CO 25 O Church Directories. Ohrittian Church. Kliler II. II. Ditwtnn, I'attor. Hlhls scli. til rcry bentwlsy tiM . m. D." P llritikt, ii,-riiit-'iicl-iit V. P. a. v. II. vi r bnnltilay :M p. tu, Prayrr nu-etliig every Thurt.lity evening at fl.TO. Preaching every weead and fourth fords Uy, morning and eventf. ,11 n. m., 7:.Kp, m All Cnr-llitll) Intlli-il In Hlti-ml nil InsMtliKtof ttsei-ir1, -? a -i i . Ut the tmtto Methodist Episcopal Church. Scrvl'i le.nili Snnil tv lit follows! ."iwdii tWinnl m iil.i;i, in, I'rcai'liltiirv-rth-i- at II a. in. Junior I.c:iittii'iit3. m, ' l:i.tntlli l'aKln- at T;ii p. In. Pre iii'lilint tert Ice at tun 1 1. in, Prayer tni'i-lliiK e.u-li Thurtiliiy it I saWi tn. Vnu arc cunlliilly Invited to attend all Hn'teti rvliet. tJ. I'OWKI.I.. I'ntiur. Evangelical Church. il. W. Wi-iileiiiii-r. P.ittnr. 1 1 rem ii i Sitml.iv 'lm-i at u u. ui It. C. Kiinl.cl, iiin rliiti'iiili tit I'rnvrr on-i-tlim TlntrvUt- at s p. m, Picii'lilinr. lirti nml third Siiiuhiyt m lis. in. Mtuml nml fonrlli .tnmluyt t t p ni. Mi-ki-lltllMteSiiiidii) si-liitil at in u. tn, J.it. Il iintay. tiiHrliitiiiii'iit. V P. A lit ?:. i tn I'myi-r ini-i-thiu Wi dinvluy nt p m, Pri-ai'lilint, llitl .mil llilnl .tuiiit.iyt nt t p in, .tivuml nml fnnrlli 'iniility. nt II a. in. Ileiitiiu Sniidiiy t,-iiNil at In ii. i-i. I'ri'ni-li' Iiik siiiiiiiI SiiiiiIii) at II a. in. I'u. ltd Mm il IV lit tu'i-hn-l, p In. Any une It i-iirdl.illy ui li'iuiii-d tu miy uf Ihltc t.t i-,-t Oerman M. E. Church. I!e. V. I. Mrvrr Pnttur. Diimliiy f i-hiail at 1:M ii. in, I'reselil'ig ersry Hinnl.i) .it I0i:t0a. in. I'rrsrlilng every ainnl.ty st ths NixUwtf hiiri-li at i :.ni p. m. Prsyi-r Mi-etlug Witlm-td.iy ufti-rnisin tt tijn. Kvirhnl ranlhill) liitm-il In .itli-int bot rulivt, M. E. Church, Forest City. lil t 1' II. We i, I'.islnr. t Sitt unlit v cti tiliik. tiinihiySuiuriilui; suit i-teiiiiitf nt Tnrkln Cli t'l. -ml tinid.iv iiiuinliii nt l n. in st I'urrtl I'll v . Mimlay cti-iilng at Klinti y toluol hunts ii t i.-i-ii.-k. .Ihi Miiiilny t-iuitilnu' at l:i It ! lni'l ut II I iii.iiiiitetciiluii.it I'nictt City ut p. in. till timd.iv nt Klutti-y ut it ii in mnl ut I'ntctl I'ltv nt t p in MIII'I'I) ti-hiail ,11 '.I ..Ut ,i, tu . ,1, M. I.i'.ltp, tiiiierlnteiiili lit. Junior l.c.iiiic il .'. 10 p in. Mtt. W.-i iter. t'll-lllill-lilellt. I- iin.. Hli .eni!in- nt ; p. in Vlt Miry IttlU lift.. I'n IdiiU. I'rnvei inei-tlini U i'iliii''li) nl i, In. Wumel 't Hiiiiie Vllttluu sit li ly I'lld.iy ut. :' p. in .Mrt si-nil, I'n-tlili-iit. I'hi'lt lirai'll.-e I tiiirtditv at t i m .ttiuil iy t.-iii) ui Klinti y ti-hitil IsMiti- at IC i in. M. tinii.Miw'iiili ml, nl. 1 llliiinrlli 1,1-iniiie nt Itliati-y s.-IhsiI liuatei tll,il iy nt ; p in i Miml.iy ti-lntil at 'r.trUlu riuiiil at I' U a. in. i; i:. ii'i.td, tiiK iiiiieniii'iii. I'l i)i-r inei tluu ill T.iiMn t'lialu'l Siiuil.t i Hid Witiuetii.iy nt ; :ii, in. Presbyterian Church. Hiihlmtli Si-hitil nl HiHii every Ntlilnith. I V. P. S. 0. H. at a:.'l i. m. Prayer Service Tlitird.iy evening st ":M J. in. Pli'iichlng evi'i) Mitih.illi lit II it, in. 0 3i p. in. jKvi-rylttly Winll.illy liitltid to iitli-iid tit tbllVl'tl'rvllllt, If I lie patlor call help Vnu. pli'Hti' rail fur lilt tervli'i-t. Prcsbytorinii Church, Now Point. Ilev T. H. liuheils, I'.ittnr. I'n ii -hlnc Hie lliti ami tldnl Siiini.iyt of i-it'll iiiuutli iililialli srlntil eiii'h iiiiil i ut It'll in Presbyterian Church, Woodvillu, Ket. I'. Il, llillH-ltt, I'.l-tel I ' I iiii'l 1 1 ii 1 1 ii- nil mnl foil rl Ii tumhivt uf e.leli llinitt h. tilhli.llli tehnnl i-itt-h tunil.iy at li'.i in. , I Carzon Christian Church, Bluff City, I W. II. II.iiiIiii.iii, Patinr. I Pri'.ii'liiiit! mi Hi" ti-ciiuil nml (mirth l.oidi I tuy nl II a. in. ami " .'m in. Illtile ti-lnml ...ti-ii bml..liit .it in it. tn. Ohrittian Church, New Point. DMii I'led It Auutittliie 1'itiur. Miuiil.iy tt-liiuil, inn. in, I'riMi-liliiK nn tin- tit-uiul ami fuattli Suuduyt ut i . in, -i, ,.i, i , V. I', S. II. K. every Sniiil.iv t'Vi'iilng.n :iu p.n , All lire I'lirilull) Invlleil tu alteml. Baptist Church. Win. Mlleliell, I'uttul. ten I, 'i. sill Hie I'litl Ihipilti ehnii-h I Iin llttt saiiilay In eiii-li imuilh a II ii. tn, ami t p. in, Miadny viil ui a p. in. ea.'h "titiil.iy. II. V. I1. I', at T p, in. All mi- lot lleil. Christian Church, Forest City. Cider I'red H. Aiiu'titlliic, Puttor. Miiiilny tehiHil ui lit a, ut. I'lcm-hliigoo Hie tlrl mnl llilnl Miiuluytuf eacli mi in l It. nn il ill n nml I'ti'iiluu', AM i-nnllitlly bn llctl tu ulleml lliei.' tcrv Ici-t. Notice of Orant of Letters of Ad ministration. I,ettetuf Vilinlultlrallun nil the itiatuuf IMllHlllll It CW III. llt'CCIIteil, Hen- u'lutiled to llio iiitilerslgneil nn Ihe-.'flh day nf .Nliteni licr. Il'l I. Itv the I'mliate I'timl of Hull L'tiini ly, Mlttnuil, All liertniit hut In-, el.ilint ii.iilnti tnltl e laliiiieiitiilii-illoi.lilill llieiiifnrallowiim-e lo tltc ii it lit I ii it i rn Ii it-, ttlllilu t rnoiiths after late of ttiid let It-it, or I hey luiiv he nreeluiliil fnini uuy In iielli uf tin-li ettntct mnl If tin-It i'luliut he mil cvhllillcil till Itln niie rear fnini Iheiliilenf wild letlert, I hey will he forever liarreit. Thlt IM ilny nf lit-i-iiil-r. It'll, W. li, Itll'IIAItll". Adiiilalttraliir. Notice of Final Settlement. 1 , Notice It lii'it-hy iilveu, Hint the iniiler-tL-neil KM-cator of tltc i-tiiiti' of KjIIiIi AJ llhiile, defeated, will iniike Haul settlement, of Itln uccouiits tvltli said t-stutc ut such f.'i eciitiir at Ihe iievt Term uf lite I'mhalw Oimrlot Hull (.'utility, Mittnnrl, In he lutlden , luiirt-iiiiu.lntitlili'iiutity, on I lii l.i Ii duy of I'eliruary, A. IL, Il'l'.'. T. S. II1NHK, " .Kii- utor TbU -wih Joy of Hvcvutbvr, mil.