the boy who was afternoon, at St. Mary's c-ouscious- skull, but and the brain the boy was hurt 'to save Dawson's laUr to the resi- Mrs Lidu t e r sire t. at ,', office Hi c i i i o n t which caused unavoidable. lapidly In t h Main and Xorth c o l l i s i o n nccurreU i o n of Given street and will Jones were on of !ieen Crilo. Firey Family Reunion. The direct descendants of Henry Firey, an old and esteemed pioneer of Christian county, held a. reunion tit the old homestead, homestead, about five miles north of Edinburg, Edinburg, Monday evening. Among those present were George S. Housley and wife of Springfield; Mr. an: Mrs. B. R English ot Buckhart, S. W. S'ockey and wife, Mt. Auburn; Dr. and Mrs George W. Milligan and two children: children: Joseph Firey and four children; Mrs. Maria Firey ami daughter, Edna, of Edmbiu-g; P. A.-Lord of Mt. Aubunn; B. F. Steward and family of Buckhart; Mr. and Mrs Patrick Cooper, John Cooper and family, Jacob Cooper and family, Tim Thompson and family, Charles Clark Â«md wife, A. M. rirey and family, Mrs. Sarah Neer and Mr. -and Mrs. William Singer of Bdinburg. 82,000,000 GALLONS -liend 1 ? Miss Colorado home this aer To Dr. i;71 s 0p at S L. A. this DORCAS Â·uith Waggoner street. diapter, I eld this R. N. Leaf camp. Sept. 3, J. O. lodge, No.