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TO. . THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1003
I RIBS .', .... '. , ''f . , n - . :f r '. ;: : - , " ' r v ' - I -MITT". l ? few r- 1 TOT? STATE SENATOR. .1,'iiX's M. i'owlir, c-;i iii I i.l ;i t ' ::"t;ii Sena'or fur I lie 'nth Illinois tor Sen iitoii.'il dis:rii-(, w;i hem .in. W.'ill jn'Ji :.'ti ('unity, March II. ISIS, iitlm.lcl tli" rommo:i school mill sil t'-nih-d ICv im f n I !)- iilsii .Missouri Mil!i"il odb'K". II" Nerved ms ;i pii Villi- sol diet ill Col ip.'iiiy V.. I'.i'Cl llliniiis Vol l'litri'is nnil w.-is lionor;ilily il isi-li;ir vi ;;t tn dose otl lir war. W'ns circle. I Coroner of Williamson coiinly us ;i llepuhlicnti l,i 1S7I; w;is ehct"d riiiinty .siip"rii)lcinli'iit el schools in it Hie i In:.' cf till- v:ir. V:is eh'Ct.d to Hie Cetu-r.-il Assembly In 1SKI .-.l v,is mi" f Hie In.'! ni"inlicrs who I for (leiieral Ijokhii in hit- liittle lor I'. S. Keiuilor: whs iiK.-ii!' ch-i li'il In the ::r,lh Heni'tiil As.semb'y in IKS.S. ;issit"il in the elcrtinn of Slid 1 M. Clllleni I'l I'. S. senate, and ;i -s'sleil in makinc III" first iipprnpi in lion i r Sohlieis' Home ;il Qililli'V, ;i-.I ii',,0 lor rclniihlinK Southern !!lin is N'tinii;!. iiihI !Iisi it;il when , slrcyed I V lire. lie h. ;i lie'tnher in ;;ooil st n'liliim el Hii' folic Willi; civic, socinl Mini hene "i rvU':: (J. A. It.. A. V. f- A. M . I O n V., M. V. A . H. P. cf . K. ,- I lr: fast ('r:Ii:lli;ililer cf (i. A. It. Pes! No. Mi.'. Ieini inieiil ( ( Illinois; is I'iisl Naiional Aiile ie Ca up lo Cntn. manilcr in Chlct lilack an. I Hrown. an I i:cl veil w ilh Ihi'in at liestoii an. I Sara toK.i Springs !' H an. I :i:i7. anil i ilolcK.ile eleii 1 1 nifi I ) -pa rl iiceil III! licit, to National l':iica'npincnl al Tol" lie. Ohio, KlilK. lie assisle.l Pan Mcbaiir.hlin. .lie i'll an. I I i;iv'. H. K'iks in the pa :sa- if i cine (f the most iniporlaiil l.ilc r laws that ha. I I n place, npi n I':.' i.latnle hcclis up to thai il.it a. el wilh few ann lelnii'iHs. lunn l'i hi.; cf th" lalicr lavvs i t th" :lai al pic. ent. tie also lavois th :e 1 ueeit f an I !jnple. .'i's' I iahilil v law 11 hai nioii;. Willi the I' i I -. j I : I m 1 1 1 1 1 eiiaclcil l, the late ci'iiKi' ss. II" ha . al w.i vs si 'I h . il'on ' I tlio iiiajoi ii v in lull. I re . i mm . ssi. i el 1 1 the ..ii, ( tut all iH iiall cum . -i n I h. in in !;eiu lal i Iclii'ii i-ii in (!!' y full, livi. .ei, in r .I ih nil. pi-opos and a 1 1 1 1 1 al P Hons Ihn' pi i ma r ( r lei .1 evci'p! co.-doll of ( f holi facts ft:;. I claim;. le Invite: bis record ;c i tate or i:c, ere feuiid c publican, he primary He. pi , : oiitai inn a lair inv tication of iv" . count v ;i ciii.'. -n. si 'inmoiii i illeii.l u -'i .-l. ii . a lil II' these urr I! .solicits voin tion, August vote ,-ii . IlinS. Ilo n-,i ptoniis faithful and lion I r : in lelnrii. I fo-l that I I". m werl'S ie : hewn my la tli p'iitl'itm is ii platform iidopi ; my and the "s'lii.-ir" .L a! '' "i" Republican convention Chicago, .Inn., j f.ies. favor th 1'eop ;it,.rway p'oposlii.m, provi I ,1 Hie p epic ff the M:lto arc th' b'-lleti.-i.-iries and are laade Knir.' in i'" eiving all the re- -i-.ties ,erie ! fi' in all sourc. s created by" the cm. I 'mi lion of the same. I bo'j.ve ;,t r.,;- !; ,t, svs t" .l I" '-.Is some urncnd'Ueiits, mi as to o'j. c Hi., people cf u llceCs a y ix pens" (f fro'iuont f ha":e of h-nks. I believe that Iliinois soldi. us oiiKhl 1) h ive some substantial t 'i i g'lit iet, from the stale f r holding the Herd, r I im and not allow in:; t'-e coe nv lo inviide i hi- territory duritii; the Civil Vi (Mher -states ate moving i ti this lil'e. Our Real laws ar" .directive and need some improvements, ' Out Primary Klecth u Uw is a lit f "AUTOMATIC" Refrigerators At Reduced Prices this week only. WOODWARD HARDWARE COMPANY ihcttPt' than none, the men who m;i.o lit ilo not .seem to un.lerslanil it, ami it seems it niiisht he iuiproveii. . It' liominate.l anil ch'cte.l, I will use my host, endeavor to serve the I'ocple's' interest ami represent their wishes on ail iiiesllons. ami not serve sellish .emls and inn poses. And while I may have a personal choice in can filiates for I'nitcil Slates senator, tlv m;;n wlio receives the nomination at Hie liepuhlicnn piim.fr' will receive my eanicst support nnlil elected ( r ahandons the race, Respectfully, JAMKS M. FflWI.KK. The arlicle the candidate point thai he this disiriit should in all appeariiili ahoe docs juslice from t he stand is. and has been, all to hat is claimed. H" fairness, lie nninina'e I and this county should like l.::un or i.inn, ),-, known personally to vi Ins i f this coin;! v am! Bivo his th Kowler i-i iiany of the it is known f.v these that h" is a Ml candidate fer tile ell'i-e he seeks, havinu discharge I his services as a public officer to the best of Ids ability and to the best In tercsls if the p"ople. His nlatfron, tands (nit very consnieuounl v ns he. ,inu luiill out cf solid sense and know! jr.ln.-, lliaf has been iitlaiued in hi-; study of conditions in his career as n public ofrieer. ami one plank a'one, of his platform- that of making one sysletn of school hool-s last, and re main as I he auHierized study for the t i i ninion schools shoeld S"cure for him Hie support of every voter in this icimly. The idea of clmnciiiK books I every term is an imposition upon Hie people, and lr. Kowler, if nominated will introdiii-' a hill before the house .that will la-inn H is Itupoi-ii ion on the I people lo an end. Another distinc-l jtien of )r. Fowler's candidacy leiiifis j him out in the lead as the district"-: i hoi cc i,n ;i,T(,iini or Hie statu! he is' taking on .j. el. The He lie Hi op Wat-Tway pro- I'l n;n M. our mi l-V' I, lie feguhi will ii'iuounci pi"! col ' I);-. as ,i Few- r."e lite ri.MIH' I Crab Orchard late s.'u.Hor. In I .lioil ti i. i iii lllv in v, as in te w n est , i day i i I he m si e! his cu-nMda. and he 'm.:. old fri'iids ;ali'it; to is support i most it i: la. -i , : i way. His ap pearatu-i ( bnnge.l I'll, I Wl, I . ( e: ;y i oii.litii'ii ,' il Ollcc i:i th. ; very lilee IMS materia!!' like a on" to be nil look, d appear sided race it now i'1'tal race with (Italics faverlng the doctor especially in his old home pre einel, where he was born and reared, and no to date. u has never he"i, I unci down by the republicans U r man and the way his old fri 'tid-. iiuii. iin.-einent, we t'.'el sur" is lest none (.r the cont1,c;ice greet his that ho h that his long and honorabl servsc. f'.r the parly has meriud. j Tlie Republicans of Williams- n coctiiity and the senatorial district i have never had reasons to regret hav ing trusted l:!:u in any position an! have had mar;, if his reef rd ,- reasons to It- proud i it,,.,., u .... I . I , , , . , ,,,.11, i . i ,the district that woe, give more g-tienil sat faction or poll a blcg r , vet-" in the final election. I We i relict that the man w ho he-its him in this county has cot a Job thai will make his tired. very tir d -.'i hm t"ti City progr"-s. Paris Abates a Nuitanee. The Paris prefect of police ha d-ri'h-d that. in.fiiuro no mor" lre""is" t'etilsy'tiitntl ot ;aji5 in thit.clty wJM !:e csaaied ' Tl MASKED MEN HOLD OPERATOR WHILE ILLINOIS CENTRAL DEPOT IS DESTROYED. TROOPS ARE SENT BACK To Trigg, Caldwell and Christian Counties, Ky. Night Riders Not Daunted By Hollo well Conviction. Pailneah, Ky., July o,', Mpht ride s have Droken out afiaiu in Trifr, .iM weli and Christian counties. At 1 o'clock yesterday nioriiiiiK the rai -roi'd stations at. Cerulean Spin:.;:-, Otter I'ond hihI Hracey were burned y masked men. because ihn llll,.,i, Cet.tral Railroad company portni'ted soldiers to camp on its property at Cobb. Superintendent A. IT. Kftan of th I.oi'isville division was ii Ia,::c:ih and (oiiiiuunicated with (iov. W'illsoi by Lone distance teleplione this morn iiiK- The only titateniPnt .Mr. Kga'i would make about the company's Ii ture course was, "It is up to t' e stnt(-, ineaning prohahly that company expects protection in rights. At (Iracey, Thomas Mcliride, 'Cuiiihcrhind telephone operator. fie it the wa i cai tured and compelled to accon; pany the nifjlit riders while thev bii'ijci! the station. At Otter pond and Cerulean aboct a dozen masked men set the stations on tire an I rod ipiielly awav. There ?s no clue to the ideiilio of the men. Different hail 's visited each place. Valuable Records Destroyed. The greatest loss to the compan1' was the destruction of records. T'-e American Kxpress company is also loser, but does not know how much. Soldiers were stationed at Cobb, on the Caldwell and T riKR line. X'lfre was no (dher place the could camp. and the Illinois Central railroad co;n jpauy nave permission for them t' jca-np on ils property. Otter Pond is In Caldwell county. Cerulean Springs Is In TWkk county, south of Cot b a id (iracey is below Cerulean en f'-r I rlss ami Christian line. All thrc ar- in Hie thick of the night rider cocut ry. I The soldiers were refused the privi lege ot canipitiR on every piece rf luriicity they i.esirei, and the Illiun't (Ccnttal wauppea'el to as a lat. r so'-t. The little sipiad of soldiers a; Cobb, no doeht saw Hie fire at C m ii lean Sptinizs, lint probably did n t know that night riders were operat iim. As the soldiers were sma'l lit liiimbei, they would have been power lcn to repel a large and armed body of night, riders, who are well drlllr I in military tactics. In Hollowed District. This is tlie first night rider depre daliou cf any conseipience in t'n black patch in .several weeks aid came unexpectedly. s It was p no, ally believed that this lawless ban1 had been broken up by the liundre Is cf ai rests hi Western Kentucky, the big vi idiot in the Hollowell night rider suit In the federal court her. and the conviction of lr. K. Cha i picn ol I. yon count v, who is serving -a year In the penitentiary for allege1 complicity in th raid at Ilirmlngham Ky. So quiet have the night rid is been that soldiers were being with drawn from the black patch, but word tonight from Frankfort is to the effe t that troops tie being rushed to Trigg Chldjll ami Chrj,Uu:i counties, am' it would be no surprise if Civ Will son cr.'e; the entire state guard on duly iu the black patch. REFERRED TO GOV. WILLSON. Frankfort. July '.':!.-When ;n Wi!lson received news today of the bi'riiinu if three depots in the lllino.s j .Central rai I run I. in the wt stern pa t of He state, last night, he inime.lint ly i (inferred wtth Ad.it. -Hen. Johnsto-. 'as to what action should be takili It was the opinion of the eoveraoi , that Maj. I'assett, w ho Is in command 'of th. troops in that section, was Ih- to- iniornie.l of the situation, a i! Hen. Johnston was directed such steps to I a as I e i ' struct deems him best. to take CRUELTY OF NIGHT RIDERS. Pa.iueah. Ky.. July 2:!. Exiled froo hone ami unable to attend hi tni'tlu r's (mural, or minister to Iii stnekcr. rather. John Stephen., wi I his wite ati.l children is hid n-; i ' a.lucah trom I. yon n nnty iii;!! ri.err. who hi end him with wir-s an weighted him with stones preparatory tn itrrwning him In- a deep well. He made his escape from the niaseo section, not far from where th Hcdlowdl outrages took'plare. c"mia to pa.iuiHh on foot, ttaveline a d.iv and a night without a bite to e:it. He j claims lie whs driven out because he j knew too much atiout their organlza Hon. Biding Her Time. A riodon child not yet In her (ens and unusually precocious, with xccp tional penoiraHon, asked her fiiothr the other day : "How Ion g. mother, will it hp hefnro 1 (tt old enough for yn- U rav that 1 am rirvn.is and no naughty hen I do so and fo?" Why Cringe? We have onlytwo days to !iv. 1 's hard'v worih our whil te sp-ni hfii in erinsin? t4 ( oTiiereptih'- .! al-. Voltaire. UN STATIONS Jr . a . i I CCL'LD NOT MISS OPPORTUNITY. Couple Married While Carrying Food for Hogs. "One Sunday afternoon," says Klder .!. W. Cook, "as I was traveling along the load. I chanced to nieet a young couple who were carrying a bucket o( irov.'ii(Ur lo the lions "I knew they had been neighbors mi I sweethearts for years, and as I came up I could see that he was org in.: her lo do something which she ha sh f illy opposed. "W hen 1 reached them, however, she appeared to have been won over, for troy dropped their pail, and the young man said : " Snl "'s (list said os. parson. I'ow'd it do to jine us right where wo'io fit ?' j "1 suggested perhaps we'd better go nto Hit' house, hut he seemed to he: if.aid she would change her mind. So 1 called a passing horseman a niaiger to act ns witness. J "The bride and bridegroom wiped their hand.4 on their riot lies and stool up there, with a field full of hogs for' a background, and a wayfarer whom noli idy knew as a witness, flnrl k-v married as safely as in a house cf wealth, "The voung man aid. 'Thank yon,' and kissed his bride. They picked up 'heir bucket and resumed the'r er rand. "it J-ist happened the cirl had been over on a neighborly visit to the young man's folks, and by icison of my appearance at the critical moment the hoy wa a'il to sweep away bet -"(Tuples. "You see," the elder a 'ds. wilh hu morous appreria'io:i, "in those days preachers were so scarce In the hai l, settlements Hint whenever one. ap pea red in a (-immunity ihey alw;iy. pecicd him to do umiei hlng." Yout h's Coiii ani. n. 4RE UNABLE TO GRDW TUSK'S Elephants in Ceylcn Unlik; Those o! Their Species Elsevvh.rs. It It a singular il.lng Hint Cojli.n p 'he op! i' purl of (In! wnrlil who." h. male elephants have no tusks; llo-i have miseialile lil He mnbbors proj.-ci ing lo or three inches from ihe up per jaw and intliiiinn downward. N'oibing produces cither ivor ... horn la fine specimens thriiii!-,h,.io Ceylon. Alibou-h f of Hie In' fahtes have l..ieial, line beads, lli. will not bear a comparison wilh tlu.s. of oilier c, 1 1 ies. 'I he bin lis of lb. Iiailvo (im:,. hi.' inf. above four iiichi s III I .-1 1 -1 1 1 The ell, and the rpolleil d.-ers ani lers are xm.ill n.iiip.ired wilh deer t their si..' iu India. This is Hie im.ii slnenlMr. as it is ej,oiil (rum the ;:' logical formation. Hiat at Some re mole period Con Ion was not an island bul formed a portion of (lie mainland It i;' IhiMili! that i In i. ninsi 1ie . .- ' tueiils wauliim in Ihe Ceylon p.islin.i J for ihe foi matiou ef ivor. j Cheap Me.ils in New York, j The seven coin i .-il . i iii am in ib basement "I th" .vissim y apai Uneui house knoun as the May flow ei . iu j Clinton street, now Imiiislies eeniii" I ts wll as nun niiig iiieats Ti"fe n,i y'i lotti: Id.-s in tint icsi-eu'rant. al r. iS.i iiiiil-' may be . Sealed. tn to each table, ami ihe places aie j v-jruji'il from nine a. in to one p. in. i And again fioiu five m T.::u p ni . The ;rtven i"nt iii'-hI N wtioiosome an, lean, and ihe iin.l.'i lakiui; is i.-r.'ii in:: so inii;-.i encoiii ueuieii I lunn men v ho d-", Ie Ik nelii fiotn il and sa ilatiiey hv coi"2 ( tie. e Hiat the uihii agers hope to make it sell supKti ting if, a storl ti'i.e similar "aldish mrn' .:. Chist-,e strepi. w her orei i.tnn meals are served every dav l 'x rents s Wf. has h..en in exis"n' --vrTv ibipe un:s and is now etf vprT' irz N'nw York Ttihuno. Bs Parties' Mannert. Ocrar Hanmers' "in ineised at a m'islral Eiveti in New Yntk h per fert ordr h, hpx par'is r.o-,mln-tln it he rrr( "'It -t't tl" ZTt i'" ttii .bs ftii. manager. "I remember, in the 'tins, meeting an actor"at supper on the first Jghf of his production of Hamlet. "'Well,' said I, 'how 'did your 1 1 a tit - let go?" I '"Oh, splendidly.' lie cried. 'The most sumptuous mid artistic produc tion seen in llroHilwny for years. And haw It held the audience! Spellbound, every mother's son of them, from first I to lasi. Why, sir, In the climaxes not a sound could be heard hut the deep breathing of Polonlus, the suppressed sobs of Ophelia and the laughter and conversation In the boxes'" Kissinp Tcfnes Forbidden. Kissing games ate under the ban in .. N controlled by the Imdon county council, which lias issued (he following notice to the bead teach ers: "Attention hits been drawn to the (act that in some of the schools kissing games are still practiced by he children. On medical grounds this practice is considered undesirable. Headmasters and headmistresses of London county council schools and managers of nonprovlded schools are therefore lo arrange r hut such games be discontinued. " Would Discipline Children. One of the Pacific coast pa pels js aroused to the fact, that the children of the present day have no discipline In their lives. They are not taught obedience and are submissive to no law. Such personal liberty is good neither for the child nor for Ihe com munity, and stringent rules are recom mended. If for nothing else than to liave I hem obeyed, , , ANCIENT PARIS MILL AT WORK. Longchamp Landmark Again Useful After a Rest of Two Centuriet. ; Few of the throngs of Americans vim go to Paris fail to visit the Hols (le lloulogiie; so thousands of Amer icans know lh i .on Kih a in p windmill, especially those who go to the (irand Prix or any of the other races at I-oiifct hanip. A few ila.s nno Parisians Wiilklnn , or driving in the liols were sin prisod to see the wings of this old Hill teenllt century mill turning In Ihe hn-eze thai swept the l.oiiiioluiiiip sward.' Jt Is two centuries since the mill ceased j tu giiml ginln, and while It Ims been coniinned as one of the ph l in esipie H till lidlillicd objects of this heililti'ful landscape II lias not been reminded a a ma. hiii" of utility. Tlie mill. however, 1ms be.-n e.iijppe, wilh lour pumps, and mive when He- wind serves llo-se pumps increase Hie water supply which fur nishes Ihe great, cascade of Ihe Hois lie ',(tiiloe,lie So this interesting monument in a beautiful stretch of parkland not oulv adds lo Hie pic I in esipieness of the I .on Keha in p end of Ihe Knls, hut seies a piactleal use in ciihauciiit: Ihe chaiiu of a in-lgh-boiing spot iu Hie Ri.at paik. DISPLEASES THE OLD TIMERS. Prejudite 'Ayaint Power Transra. tion Through the Mountains. Cautiously ti.uliiiK thioush some sbii.lowy (aiiyuii of Ihe Sieriss. per haps with t ( iiclieroiis I.... nee alona he bed of a tuihnleiit moiimain sti.HU. sheer. i iianj -walls of rock lisim on eilliee ide te ,J. u "r feel, fioiu wbieli ew. y , ehiiie. of liv ing Rteeu lias been Uun ).'' 'he sprin? Ii (rents end alxite Id. h au'.on in.isrt l.ii.l or tun feel ol - sleep, finest clad slopes, the k. .'ti eie of burner oi pnn pei lor may s.uuet i mes hub! upon or ihiee wiiev SWUH-inS ill llese.-tlt llifcfl Jlbiive lb fe,(liee. l.li ofll pilie. 'ilie spall fii'lll SUppol t ill 'el to itiHf t ! it: i" Of 3 mM fftft of tlet(iit r T'phon Put th n ill prnhahU wib n oab ; Bank ef England's Grtveyard. Fw visitors to the Pank of E'r.l iTjr. h?t ! coc'ains bes!is graveyard. During Ihe (anions viarden i lots In 17XH ihe hank was attacked by the mob, and was at one Hene In considerable danger. j The Incident drew the attention of I Hie nut horliles to Ihe fact that an ail- I joining church, bavin the peculiar name of Saint Christopher le Stocis. was In a military sense a source of danger, and an act of parliament was passed to enable Hu "directors to pur chase ihe church ami churchyard. The church, a quaint old structure, was pulled down and Hie churchyard laid out as a Kiirdeli, now known as the Rank gardens, which boasts tha largest lime tree in London. Curious Double Rainbow. Of a curious double rainbow an oh server says In a letter to ihe London Times: "On March 14 lasl, while ott the voyage between Jamaica and Ihe Isthmus of Pannma al 11 a. m., tne. sun being then nearly in the r.eniih, a double rainbow of brilliant coloring appeared, forming a complete circle round Hie sun, the inner. .bow bebig some distance from the sun, the outer bow being about an equal distance from the inner. A clear horizon showed no signs of rain. Neither rTie captain nor any other aoul on hoard had ever seen a similar phenomenon. The outer how faded gradually away and then the Inner how." Not a Single Thought. "I hope, Mr. Smith," the yoiina: man began, "that you share In the confi dence your daughter seems to re pose In me." Her father nodded with a recepflvt nlr. "I am now petting $25 a week," -the. young man eon'inned. "and I want to know If that Is, I thought that' cir cumstances" "Exactly. I understand your em barrassnient. We all go through thL You want to know If $2.1 a week It enough to niuirv on." ' "S'oo. 1 was going to ask If yon 1 could let me have t) until fsy da'." j Comfort Swing Chairs $3.50 Each Woodward Hardware Co, NIAGARA TUESDAY, AllfilST Big Four $10.00 Round Trip P"ROtVI Cairo, Illinois. T. r. nto, (nt. $1, 57 in Additional. $105 Addition al. Stop-ovrr ?liopfd at Wtstfield, Lake. Full infoimation in paint let ELMER SMITH, Tickt p 56) (l P WHEN CUB" 9HOWED UP LUTE. Hit Excut Wn Ont That Few of the 1 Tribe Could Make. The average newspaper rpporfer M a young man Renrally not pnRftPssaj of too much money and who con siders himself lucky If he Is able to square accounts from week to week. Hut there is one nepapr reporter In New York who dos not have to bother about financial problems. I! rides down to the office of his paper every day In bis own automobile. The young man Is the son of a wealthy Iron manufacturer. He la a reporter of the common or garden variety on sn afternoon newspaper and so far has managed to bold on to his Job. ' . , He showed up so late at his offico the other niorninn that his e'ty editor inquired, somewhat esrcastically, nether bethought he was working on a morning newspaper. The cub tapped his highly polished tan shoe wliii Ma slender cane. ' flecked n hit of ilnst from his rlothen and struck Hip city c!iy editor dun-.'j by replying: " "Well, yon Hee, n y mail f--"'' to wake me up oil lime." ' 4 The Ashe of Grieg. ' An urn containing the ashes of Kd ward (Irieg has been permanently placed in a natural grotto, situated la a cl.iff at Ttoldhntigen, near li(;en. The jrrotjo rafi. only be'Yeaehed from ibe water side, i(as, jli' ri ks at this jini'iit. Jut .-.down straight Into, the fjord. After the lurn bas teen placed In posi tion, the' gruito' Is .-to be hermetically sealed and hiat ked ' up by-a ' marbia tablet.'" Steps are aUu being taken for the recl loti -of a monument to lrle$. Rit It will take 'tlie unusual form of a large conretf ball to be built In Rer gen; Orion's liji fhplHoe. ' Flth Food and National Greatneta. There is not Ihe rrualbst reason ti suppose (hat a meat eat in? nation would be supeilor cither in Intellect or physl(ne In a fish eating one. We ai a face were never sironger than when we fed on fUh to such an etent that the careful guardian of the newly en teied apprefirjee commonly Inserted ft claus'i in, his indentures stipnlatini? that he was not to he required to eat salmon more thau tbie clays a week. I jiii. Ion GluO. Toadstone. In ShskWpeaiV s-tin! the belief pre vailed ii) rUariy tiiarters thal'fhe rom mon toad had within its head ton whlrh ptwsessed extraordinary vit tues. Carried a bent the tiTawn,' e'thr-r loose in the poeket or set in a: ring ot locket, (t I n hu red .the wearer aga'tiat many dangers.. Evtn so, adversity, 'hough hke the toad, "ii';lv and ve nomous," carries ' wiihin itself that which ni ay, in the end b-'nflt the rne to whom II mes. It rrny be a bless ing In tllsnlse. Just as the toad's fce.i1 hides I ne "precious jewel." t Tie Girl with the Forehead. Sli Is almost extinct. Whether It Is Ihatiithe present browless state is due to a 'fi-evolutlonary .movement? against the' bulging foreheads of transcenden tal 'ladles or whether It Is that some astute woman tvhi had not been granted a forehead followed the tao Hps of the fox without a tail, and con vinced all her followers that It was modish to be. without, the fact' re mafns that hardly one woman In a hundred acknowledges that. Intellectu al srea. Consequently to the one woman who does allow you to behold all the love ly lines made by the hair is due the same feeling of gratitude Inspired by the woman who doesn't tell you that she had a hundred suitors la her youth. FALLS lllh, 1!)08. Route 12 days limit. 5 Additions'. Alexandria p.av. X. Y. (Thmsatv! J-Undsi Nf ont teal, Oif., f-r ir'e trip to Chiutarq form can re obtained frcra Agent Union Depot. , C-iiro,. Illino'S.