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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: July 16, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00230
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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RAY, JULY 16* amW

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NWSPGPere Mmd the
A nu1 a sfftebmas

yahen late or mr
do benefit abS~ loome
aimn at .3 inpess eafloh
&LItIsmb* abrnft Jw

produce th~eatstmount of revenue
with the b=enoetw pe-pl
~gTo n** mdulsat req....for
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It Is the opid a. u f and Mr.
00011i5010 tat I to the later.
eat of the e9Fty m AI ood road
asyomeat, tolmel Bai maehto.
Howee. Itf "Ti.' will only
sig tair bs t txt artids,
so that we mW km who they are. we
will be better la to talk to or
write them absToat ur.
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lapeertat Im A Abeot Seb.
adshee eIeulo m m Is Talla"
The Bi- al BM School Dia-
trict E etiesa lbeto;- on the 27ih
day of July l that tha
vet so tto l d like full
isfmratiUf ahM lM n ina order
to vtow iael*-l a theorfore
abmit thi folk10M1M t of m-

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aml .rmats am M.i. .
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(aat flatad d Orlshed through-
A mew bulletin oT the of U Lib-
catam mc ianterestia lmgamermatton
am a number of beasti eta of the
Unalveanity eaildits and of varies
seass oa the camp. Acopy ot this
tarMUtve boeekit can be rssred by
tuamtm Stetson University, Di-

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Thi Jeaer League heis av

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t ye gk peenat. The ladr
read aleasmn e te tepte. Ralmh
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boae who ftw a sy to =1 thmir
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The Ams of toC&a ea ber
the I emt Fead.
The monthly report of Bes- W. V.
KMEtt, State Treasumr., ad s d
with the Gomewor. shows the lbwlf
balwes to the credit of the aerial
State tuads at the elose of umbeas,
Jone, 13M;
General RevenoFund .......8,5M4 24
Oie MUI Sehol Vund....... 61,4860
Pnmiam Tax ud .......... 146.0 M
State Board of Health Pund 14,8 a
Prdpal of State School
---------------..................... 4.106
interest ot State School
und.................... 1,101 20
Primapal of Se inary Fund. 344 'i
Hir o State Convicts Fund 24.08866
DraieM Tax Fund- ..-.... 8.861 07
ailroa Commission Finem
wad..................... 1 27
Indian War Claims Fund- 26.0000
Acricultural College Fund 8 38
Interest of Sominarf Fund.. 1.24 90
White Colilege Morrill Fund. 18Z s0
Colored Colilo Morrill Irwund i1. 50
Hatch Experimnt Station
Fud.............. ..... 1,0M 31
Fttnd...._. _. 4 62
ExdamEtpe Station ltci-
ntal Fund...... ...... 44241
UJalvJiet rF orial Inei-
deatal tW.............. 408 21
Flora Femate Coegs Inmi-
d4 l Frnd-.........------- 70643
Osired Normal Seeoi Con-
tai-t F..F* I-a.. s -9
B"d D at wiDmnb laati-
tute Inliaeatal Fad...... w
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the letemetug bamk usabfd t be
letter we are tgmt we sde l *
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weeks a tMhat weM t t 4.Md
do" ft wv
name wasT.

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The State of Georgia has run up
against a deficit of $170.000.
The Ocala Banner is agitating the
division of Florida Into two States.
The 600 per dnt Increase in the Im-
portation of diamonds is a crop report
Wet without its value as an index of re-
stored prosperity.
Hereafter the English language will
be tauht In all the public schools of
S Oatmala, under an order of the Min.
loter of Education .
We see a lot about blind moquitoes
lt *e r portion of the State. It Tal.
mhhessee they have their eyes wide
pem and keep their bills well sharpned.
Cat the weeds on the street and atI
eyL They only harbor mosquitoes by
the illle and turn them loose at
&aht m asfferlongo HueB. B ids
thy an unightly.
An exange wants to know what
hM bwems of the otds oMd agirl
Vh were nkse. I be m other mew,
asps wic ea, m4 to soldh her
maghter for wearing rats.
'IThe ties of Gov. John A. Johnson,
d W Imsstan, r going to pus Mmi for
he met dumerates pris'm al smi. Thmerwllbe s afheha e

Taathessee heam l by all maine ha ve
a mOre diet MailMad esaee isem with
e^rsm Flsra. The esming here ofa
the Adtlen Coast Use would mes
S mush additisual bednes for that rmd.
T heOs els esaty I omml smers
has" o mAseUrlbi for e w0le hed

ae fllof enterpri seoad l publi

eld that Is eoMhed. Them why met
the e&m" tis ma tedp to e -

1 eTuuotms a t a

ammh he ehnukri to d the Mer.
theet & Kim mTiaptath Cs.'
M larthe purpose d fwmim g ao I
beotulp rhitimsre tomoa bmi
bas. mea of ieM..
,, B lVe leMary

D nonie.. dee dsaeiol have the

evet *s i C h M S a wth l with ,

herdom asLm on metIn
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WVVIIW6,-- 1, p

tin his Sievd IL
its ly dealed that the truth he
told. Thbm s IeS ef thto 1m000
4t Od re valahlew withets a rest
to =-aratl,-. Th J.iambsr f
CoMMere waste to be able soabs'to
sto every artele t appan,
Who win be t he irt to bad out with
a letterI Once Started many wil tel&
low. Com ean fridL. You will help
yourself as wenl a others.
Florida ought to adopt soe method
to rid Itselfe the land sharks who are
working irreparable harm to the State.
We have tetw aus a opy of noted
publication for women, in which there
is a very attractively displayed and n-.
geniously worded advatisement offer.
ing 10 20 and 40 ser farms for $20 00
per aere; $6.00 casl and balance at rate
of 17 centp per day, or $6.00 par month.
An investigation will show that this
land. though favorably located, is cut-
over pine lands, fell of scrub palmetto,
with practically Mtt value. They cost
the promoters from 75 cents to $1 60 per
There are a lot of eredulous men and
women throughout the country who w II
bite at this bait, make their payments
regularly until deeds are issued them,
and thenanvestiating what they have
obtained, find themselves a possession
of a tract which they will gladly mr.
reader In after yer for the taxes.
Lveryone of thee purchasers will
then become stranoous defamera of the
State, and being widely distributed, will
work an lantimable ameoat of harm.
It Is always well for inteading pur-
chasers to make a thorough ainvestoga
tiom batoner ivestin money in a real
etate treawMitife. Aad t'a ploae e-
done olyr to men of fimnsiMa ability
"d mmquestlomed veracity who ye ins
t sles i whdh the labods se lowe-
d. The plomte of the entepris
mentioned aboae a resMiot of amth.
ar Sat d thae primepal S" to ole
sati h a detmst *cty.
Thm m thes nom s of aere of tad
to Florida, o Iaevery thew 0tate,
pm eistay val elses, but there ans mei
M d other are worth every dolor
that- ae ebtalmed for them.
The Trim DemMt wants thmse tot
ter acres populated by an tiodustrims,
intdligent popl t tderies r theaeffort
of A Iaial sharks frem other seetloM
to bring reproh upos the State.
Bea. PrnakClaste, to asewr toas
Oklaobma inquiry, writes:
I know very little, of myown pero.
i knwledge with reroam to th
Baerglades. I apset tto throauh a
portion of the Ireglaeds. exat NOe m-
beradthea will, of arse, betoa
bettow pe tti to soek ooelfugetly
thdm I am ew. I wl eay thMbtom te
however If yt ou arweeemsmBpthr by
fle toads 6 the 3Bertlds1with the i -
te mse of bmlin ahb e there II
wuM advises yo to make a akr-agh
personal investgatlme hnebe dolg se.
If yeIhav qultoea nusmber fealBa
who maees.ate takdeg thisatbp, ita-
Smtom It w id be h patI af whI

Uveutlads that hemalhtmhe s
Shares perssenal lavem lmsma I want

t oneesAeeto mvesal ow them asI

hosebu An as he U nM Ma heM

ia.s tem w ianbW me 1

watas uoak,- t .e M
on of doh- a e f AM esmatyk

Dpobhs.m m U at iM
sam be tWlldot veM lbe ewlnsIrhA
tot*e"sksfawyhero, minesoeM 61
dieSIma9Nt fee o sto legatehere ow

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ifrsm. e that

ts tde of f iami w ae s Mghe

fet l wtha om er pta" t6 2en val
e t e seMa so
T"imIs catlve ofbretted time" f

gsle ubcotle-WatMe memo

bob sppig Irish poatoe by th
knd4 with other fruits OwdlVG-
hies a ese. seond. there will be hotter
Usesh e country. Ad sago em-
try moalm goo tow and pro pen

There is no reason why West Florlda
WshoM wet he a successfal trucking me-
t. The productieness of the solis
quesi ca e. The climate is equity,
able. The seasons are better, generally
Peakin, than they are de1w en the
peilua. Natural drainage is an Item
to be ciaomided by the susessful tru
grower, cd we have iat in a most adum.
nrble for. And again the smae
strem tOat carry away the surpliu
water my be readily harnessed sad
utilsed for irrigation.
It is reasonable to suggest that IJrsh
potatoes my not prove to be a mos ee
fal er at every place. or anevery lit
tle farm We have quite a variety of
soil here i this part of the State.
Where potatoes might ftal, esataloup s
wold perhaps be a sness. If at
eatalp- there are other vegetables
in tohe g list of those that are mary
keteWe at good price which would
prove successful.
Get to im andN yo what your soil
pttM-y no prv ob oea

will bat p .rod cea our Advice to e
tfarmereOf West F rida

A Mexlee court ia sonfirming the
death seteme of a e21eaire e06 vist
ed oef mmusr has dbrested hMn to pe s
large lad t to thei widow o .og f e.
tiWm. The dedai lemdateslss sesep-
tie of justle Is Malke pe wM we
ora oat sf adit, d-taoM

w a
be"h not la latof tua an dosoW d

The Qulmey lites o od i wi webtel
of time peed melte. 1 o emelt
of Senator &omed t haet dA aMi
k Wds im fe Ms umelis d1 Mito
his pesoale the t smale a the
Legslath r. u o a ll the pa e the
ay Talabmneh friends ofd the aged
Slenaor give mut.L
A tine ti give e lehere w tha the
voters ofe t M mUda l aptis aw

ae spirit ai ht1atW a ltWm adl b th-
eylove,Md IWf there w" maMofoft
there waltahe mre Wata Christiaty
In the wdo a_
Asthe Aft-k-M Wil
As the.t.eenuse mo w .., waI It wi

Galsbriu rlm sed hptm see oking

MHow ce, to ppa.t the GveaMer to
baso B1aed i to u a c mmW

imel apt Dn em th e is do,
seeeoflt IM t 1
tatthav:res be he m em r
maemba. -> lW wItho

*towi u a a o of

w4 in 51
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1ry. A -

aQM pe@v a se ry owia mem iA
tan wealth re to a aity
Thae we hav p
w tow, wu-d -e M
dealbythde ded e h 10Ka
ltc them prpetl ue eof I eal
wate aod they wold stall be all
t, bt wold hut the general
P out ferw all Utmo; becaum ,a in
il ek cases, a very earefual guard
would be pieced over the property to
preat trespaseing.
Whil the owners of esuae have the
rlh to do as tbey wish with the prop-
erty, a no real blame can attach to
them, still in the interest of humanity.
as a pube journal, we feel Impelled to
threw oat I ho rbIc
pecatlly will be taken lto eo sidera

A Miami paper conveys the appalling
latelligeue that Chade L'EmglI will
make bb eanvass for the United States
Seaste le a big sautomeble, to be furn-
ished him as an advertisement by the
manufactures. Thus do political pros-
pets o et "wuer and wuaer." Cluade
running under his own motive power
with hois wn supply of gas would be
bad enough. But Claudo equipped with
a boaking born and a gasoline smell,
would raite euch a eombinetiow of fues
and stnk that all deent people would
have to take to the Iverglades.-
Tampe Tribune.
The demontruatou amre of eorM on
the Breee farm was not gCrwn for
the ern that It will prodeso alone, but
for the value of the expertmet, met to
its power but to all who wat to kaw
whether such farming will pay, and we
weMl like t oa every farmer who b
lru^atmoa l la a o bj*et lhiss
of vaUe. is be a pin
towa Mu, h I W= 4ln e-toua
1W TeW ad b mks o-

dM be a M6aIeeg.-

zToiith e ra- wIU be NOW
fAWie we r a -
eby toMMO l honen k
as "n .- em*D, #pI n
aisut desirbge tobeo dIn is.
llnquIat s 0tudesmyp Ton

Tax Ellettbele I 2A
Eighth gllb ey wreiula

0010 fdirdogMes I

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yield to the aer. H.a
inly o ge we t dol
with water enly, the
either slip over p ha
out cutting it or, eMtering
way, bend the hair btbk
lengthwise, all th while
most painfully at the
raeor would thus iesm
probably a large numberof
once the Incoaveniences a
comforts which one epe
shaving under the _etti
tions would be eomsiderab l

the postoMee.
"Do you keep tamps?"
"We do, sir, answered the
clerk, somewhat srpred.
"What sorts do you koepft?
sued the customer.
"All the values that are
sir," replied the ofcial,
halfpenn upward."
"CuldI see some eny
Promptly the o cle.rk
duced a twenty uholia'
sheet of penny
spread it out upon the oeWnti
"There you are, sir," he IA
you want penny stamps th es
few." .
The mild feed individud lel
them oer and them oi
mater iap i the Iee
him thinat eid not
penny, he I taid: t a e*
-Laondon Scrap
Not by (Sa Ame&
A farmer living ia vt~i
district an tek no t of s -
found times and I'm ao' aii
him that he decided noto
higslease. Meeting his
other day, he sid: A
"I can mak' nothias o sib
"our land, and I'm no? gao1'
or IlI be ruined."
"Well, John, take time to
o't," maid the landlord; 't
we*l hbe aWe to coas to
ight let you have the
deAti on nthe sees"
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Our Cypress Tanks
Bea s eotamerd hr
Eacleace ia Material and Workmmkip.
Tbwemeso& madel mem mdesa hm.k owape
sId amA d h t Ito smor.
Faralhg Lamber a all Grade at Low


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Is not by '= ,
that the HOWARD
watch s the one truly
fine watch made in
The HowmAwi b the reoed
omhi the fiae material
and worrensMhip ever put lAto a*
Amalca watch.b

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Tally & Yraeor o
Receved. and Reeving; New Bussies with
the finest Axi on the market.
And tis the Secret of a g and Silent Run.
Call and me the S
Varty of Wagons, Neveal makes and siues.


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Law.. e..o.Reot 1 ~,L is .oa..d to WpweAb
5Sm"ImoIn Me La A.SI.I.oft' P .m weap to Me
J.i.. of"Me &WSt..'. *01awe'.. #..I e .i'rhPs.

Wit****.oftsew 4i ftas slow hrd e
h4 eDay 4 May, A. AD%61"

GEo. H. HoLum,
orrlcC PHoNr 44. sm oi O lmm 3at.

Surrounded by the best Hunting and Plshau
In Florida.

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An Ol Drming thatpr timhe Lther. A durable
Patent Lmther PolUih. No bIWh required.

Randolph & Fenn.

Seam ncaserm el to sell at ost
sad som below east, but ChittendleU
Co. buy asely the beat grade of goods
and expect to sll them at a legi0mate
prot. 20
Governor Gilehrit returned Tuesday
aight from New York City. He report
a roya. good time, and the most boa-
pitable treatment from his northern
Mr. L. A. Roberts, of Spring Hill, has
Just made a tour of the tobacco section
and ays the finest crop own is that of
William MeLaurin, at his place, who
bu 1i acies of shade.
20-tf Burdine's Cash Drug Store.
Let the Capital Stone Co. show you
what they have to offer in monumental
work ind iron fencing. 15-tf
It is the general impression that ap-
ces will not grow in this country, but
r. A. G. Goodbody has several ed
lin trees brought from Kentucky,
which annual ly bear good crops.
Hon. Daniel N. Trotman, Superinten-
dent of Schoois for Walton county, was
In Tallahassee a few days this week, on
business with the State Department of
Edneation. Mr. Trotman was asecom-
pealed by his wife.
6 or 6 doem "'w" will cureaay case
of Chilsa ad Fever. Price 2c. 7-13t
Kemt Johtsto. is ibam from Balti-
nI tor% t hp a holiday amaSM his
nr Talahase ftrieno. Mr. John-
stm wilMl retm to Baltimere i the fall
to pare his mdisal w emras at the sal.
Miss Cllftom B who is a eest of
her seisti. Miss MarrOWovr.In Jaek-

Ceas lIsa spending thea
A eaal adHeariettas Ames are
a few weeks at Lanark.
'ltaba erop is f14t tbWng harves-
Sba-d sisld to b am abundant one.
ASyfr are puttlna some val
3 gMs ase lets O aale at Pansee.
0 f6e I Jora cows, fresh, for sale
S Mapply6r at 11 SAdam sL 16 tf
Mrs. L. L. Demilley returned Tues.
~.h Ba Vis I to her mother in Ala-
SlSW Arsbel Hopkins left yesterday
visit to the Misses Bally, in Mon.
eelam's Clothn Agency Clean.-
I lMMPrnl PhonseNo. 57.
M. Barry L. Bethel and family have
pt9eed al few weeks in George-
STi lof Wakulls seem very anx-
Siload from tir county
W, tMyr:eash ad hweby
s iJM't Cash Drni StMe.
s* IMll BSlk ba retoed from
Wl klsrmitmer, Mr. Walter Tay.
C i les toft rtis week for
Ii ft to rhAivue eC w
"b le breast mi w see Nor
of towa. Apply to R.

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altaonto Weed, ok m Ya~avlaj
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Sonkn iese e*ast, malid

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~iat Is3oIsgfuI~c uty

Chtteadea A Co. are still hbadquar.
tora far -me _o. --
ta" aw al itf u.s ade .
PriAe & C., sa0l4 1ad St gSarAa-
CImate Dawkla hai roetormd bhe
fr the heday W treas the Guergsu
ale ofT a He at vair-
Swle ao from Atiata so
visiting friada liN Maela
aad Jaeheseidv.
Mr. A. 0. q iGedbe"y has a eale
dipela his Leat ar th
am ShIula m to e rk

aly hears a I -aiephm
Laea amod misaaswhte dukaimd
whtiO hmd, tow 0quarr Oxierdo Sad
Ita "O- ateery i ia d tys I.
fr sd ndm Co .
Miss magaet Bradlfed is Mi
h rf Miiarl e eals sm t lI



wwas arved


ferw m ats ILei
he hasa m asphaif a
Wftsuof It OMF. L. N ri,
lre A t a Ne at tho P
Ma I fe. LCanater, Jr., wi aIw
is Ma f w sir irmlham Atl., So
a few wa tt aarmmg rai ei.
Mr. J.. T Mie hassat at fa a
ia e ew "ds feot inla s stare la
toee 1 e ar Uthea Flarida
WAM Awmo. -Mrs. L N.Weth,
aa awenuaai dress maker, stage
at B lr Bat solicit abaewi of t ap-
kind. Ut-U
Mm, R. V. Spiller, of Jakseakrvll,
PIa. Is vWea hwr sister, Mrs. A. C.
Pr, fo Calsun street. Mrs. Spiller
Is ahrays a watcome visitor to r alty.
Rev. J. B. Prit t will sped a few
days to th vliclity of Wwathiteka
next weeak, a a fishing trp, and will
preach is be town Sunday morsnafg.
Misses Belan and Alice Proltt, the
tso yo Mbtvrs R of Rev. and Mrs.
J. B. lft Tuesdayafternoonfor
a visit to etves in astern Virgiaa
ad Maryland.
Hon. Park Treanmell was Invited to
Greta lste Saturday to make an ad-
dress at a plasic. but mn account of the
bad wathr the rathering was post-
posed mat a later date.
On aseconust of the absence of the pa.-
ter from theeity, there wiU be no ser*
ivses at t. BaSptist church ex Sun-
day, other (ai Sunday Sahool and the
youMg peple'a meeting 0 the afternoon
mad eveslng.
I1e Beard of County Co"miaNsimrs
will m"et wih Tax Asiessor a thee"o-
Od Mead I Au irt for the quaa-
Utm of hm All these deiring to
make empmt sh would take m .
MNat deiarintg sklan erptioM, eSrof-
ls, pi rashes, sete. ae doto
Ifmpe. h oaBurdock DBad Blittwer
Isa WlMlood tooa. Make yae

he Pa Week Ior w re have imb eat
dews oeeds from their yards ad
1i Ithem la the svtrewas. We wibh
to a health o=muttoe's attentio
.jothe weods as Mew see-s
Seft a bad odWr.
MAlan. Mosem, a be*k driver u
eer I a *upame B leai.
coMe par of hisae ii e mka
awa t a teamed th ah upaiedawn,
wbf AlAx. ad three ether praaes as
eased Art.
It ha. abeae nreeted that a hotel
I alut at Iha Seahoa-d dapt with tea or
noto resn mealy frakt ai &ad well
S aamr"ai so, thp Patraon seam
&LMAt-- to eat -arlg the lasoow
wi haa a lag avesamuat, d

earahe in two minutes; teeth-
awerpalo of hbars r asal i ve
tals; hoareemass, me hour; Manl.-
sahe. #wo hours; saaW throat, twolve
haus-Tr. Thmasr elaatre Oil, mom-
aueh ofr pala. 191M
U. P. Diekiesse and Misi MaNe Vear.
m, of uCarrahels, earn up to Thile.
The bride w
***e-** u free the aarae ef Lavy fea.
* W ^- fr ^the ev .
Mr.J. W.J thea
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Thi arte ae
do m sum a dtee.
thOis day euit to it
of the:bask char wt taiI

Forbmdt ext
mine yerem, from Uter nt
(Swyned) W.O.i6l
21 4t L ^ ^ ^1^
*ea(Bt^ a oftw _>l
On Maidajr evahig maat, 5sr 4y
at BIa. there will hea btric*-sMB
aer a tha vaaadaof MrosAalt.K
Priase will hoawarded e aa'
served. Adslssles U egtoa

FT the at three weeks the

R'ev Ira attersat
diet Chreab wi ta
wul t oasrwn
Rev. Wi. Zel. e
eveA Ira LaAcat .t -
B. Ft p at t
Cherah. It the aar SM
the paleor. that the
the gemermlty, wIN

Neat Misepya is to be ha
Narge ak fam, wl
iba 1.00aera. J. S. t~A^-
o now York, are at the of
project, and Bave already
SeiA6 oma as

VON earnbereft row

T0hoppleis e I fe drive who JL
rids lab t eme orobgle. Xe me
"ray ahesat a hakms ra

ow. sawM lMS. m
Ami stay right. Their bmbu
esUers -s bat the "best m*

Oln ad p" lo Ith mep
eGitelb fe. ma

John B. Stetson Universal

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iMy e dr Ird. md Westbry,
et ,does not aa if in0hest.

is stupid; yet we make the
"y bedt eeart of appeal wihe has
Uar at la that aeiably.*-lAn-
0. AI v.n
> Ost DeWtt's Carbolised Witch HaWsI
Sa I*ve when you ask for it. Tbher ar
ng& 1 @Miy iitaciorw. but there in
-mMa ownl. T a nw is good for
ht eas alve is imeedd to be
MM tbuqt It Is uspea tiy good for Pale
. hlby fl dhmgi .t. 19-5w


A 1Ut of *Mid Reding" by the Pa-
nmeun Heman.
h."hbe late Alexander Herrmann 1-
wa went fid for an uupri at
Sehbitioe," maid a man who was
-ae associated with the famous
glca-, "and in the early part of
ew arr he would go to etraor-
ry pai- to lay his feaces' long
it advanoe for starting effects. In
that way he was frequently able to
4do that seemed next door to
awkaralu, aNd the result was no
m of valuable adverUising. In later
yr, vwhe he became celebrated,
is ytaaato boomid| waa no
S aataurb, the old man, as
ed to call him, would often re-
Iw ro these exploits and laugh heart.
9 Oavr the i m tlkcation they had

On one occasion, to give you an
lamstation of his patience and fore-
tLL hIse as in a popular resort
d b -chanced to notiWc
"i W bok lying on a desk behind
the' twd counter. The cover eolro
a pifd mber, wbhk" was in
;la eight, ad when he gAt out
6 e0 frmeaNa made a meormodu I
at it b his notebook, together with
Dress of the place. There waa
tha= one chance in a bun-
tr t the Iafoormation would
S M hb e o f a s ar di e t o h i m ,

E W h six mowse ,
| "Be li awa 4 m

eh Is p 4 was caue up ana n-
All hdsa at down at a
and, as usual, Herrems w
to give f example of his
L eo performed several nest
tri's ead, reamikaig that he
eMld wvad p with a BIttle exhibi-
1-n of al. Indiang asked the

e d afterw d bo eiM
the umber ft yoar bank
heo esSe* Sit you reoma.
w haot It? i dot real it off-
0t I ca easily mad out, 0aid
Ltu ad goi" Over to
aa, hea and a a -

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The Naming d VpsIlan,.
The story of the naming of Ypsi-
lanti, Mich.. dates back to the time'
e of the Greek revolution. Some feel-
Slg arose over a name for the town,
Sad a meeting wis held at which
the admirers of General Demetrius
Ypsilanti, the Greek general who
was important as a leader for the
People, won, and the Greek name
Swas given to the city. Some yearn
ago an attache of the Greek lega-
at Washington heard of the
city of Ypsilanti. The evident oP-
igin of the name interested him, and
i he wrote to the mayor of Ypsilanti,
Asking how it happened that the
city had the name of the Greek gen-
@ eral, which he said was also his
family name. lie asked if there
were any Greeks there and wished
to know something of the city. The
reply told him something of how
the city received its name, and he
Sesponded with an offer of a por-
trait of his kinsman if the city cared
for the gift. iater this wnas re-
esived an cared for.-Argonaut.
Pale of visage, slow of gait and
Sad of voice, a young man entered
the potofflce and approached the
S"registered" section with a l,n']le
of letters tied in a pink ribbonn.
"Here," he maid wearily, holding
them out. "I want to ,.end theMe by
registered post. What do I do?"
The clerk instruct'ld him and
while he set to work with sealing
wax and paper proceeded to make
eaout the receipt.
"What are they worth ?" inquired
the clerk.
"Ah," replied the young man
huskily, "that's thOi sad part of it!
I thought they were worth 40,000,
Sbt then a bloated duke came along,
So what chance had I ?"-London
Predtis Uelps Orphasa.

oda met e uat mesil.
liver AMd kMe
*" i oasfseofthe

aOd bulM p th ual,
or readews agept
asa t for female em-
Slyos at all druggists. 19-m
hee ae ared opinions about
'_ e are varied opinions about

ad at hs ay may os
Iet esto an nd eleupt o
It 'Aemthawoo"..N


mmitthe wineTelta
Beth mabeted les

wh~sastup ed~
&V Islb =a
Lillis" wa


- to.rut,. i
meet as lwral sh Eebl M
tes. H*a weilan toa It'a
ouee to reieve Mde the sMe- for

sad $10. Trial bottle free. Gewns
toed by all drurists. 19.1m
The Way Mutilated Wile Anr Redeem.
ed by Undoe sen.
In the hands of John Doe or
Richard Roe any mutilated note of
legal tender in the United States is
redeemable at its face value, pro-
rided a clear three-fifths of its phys-
ical surface be presented at the re-
demption window of the United
States treasury department.
Doe or Roo may have to submit
to a little questioning, perhaps, as
to how he got it or how the accident
happened lopping off that other two-
fifths. But if he doesn't stammer
and choke or attempt a clean cut
for it he'll get the full value of the
mutilated bill.
By inference, then, neither Doe
nor Roo may expect anything doing
f lie shall present lea than the pie-
scribed three-fifths of the piece of
currency. But the national govern-
ment, still liberally disposed toward
Roe and Doe, will accept a fragment
that may be less than thre-flfths,.
but clearly more than two-fifthsi of
the original note, pay ju st hilf
the value of the oriagj., lill, how-
ever, as penalty for the incident.
In the case of James Brown
Smith, Esq., known and resicrtedl
in his home city, he may recover the
full value of his note that in under
two-fifths measure provided that he
will appear before an officer of the
law qualified to administer oaths
and make affidavit as to time, man-
ner and plahe In which the mutila-
tion was accomplished. This affi-
davit will be attested by the official
seal of the officer, who also must be
pepred to attest in like manner
good character of the affiant.
Except in the above instances ineaf-
elhet portions of a mote or notes
are returned to the peron present-
ing them for redemptin. Paper
earreey which has be. destroyed
total oty me da bluder any
Beware of torn curmney ia gn-
oral. A beak ougat not to pa It out
to you for the reason that the gov-
ernment isa so willing to exchange
new eurrmey for it. And if you
have torn It saccldentally yourelf
you ought to save the pieces and go
to the newest eWbtvesury to ffeet
the rdemption.- apokuoe Sports-
man Review.
ery Bamtth. em aed Ity a ee
talks eollas was atle a plao o lea
lta. replied that, sathe- a peat
maosh beet th eM s t luat c,
as m had eer tabs lesnlag away;
hums It was apprep e-ay asene .
h'ts Gat sanu Ium

A Sesy of *"mesalWheer Suulagot
vw ew~h op

'5* m at NOn"k :--16th

WhearksA a~ad.w
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topbMW ito them fer-mme
T6h -' mas-he looked to bo a
GersH, ad he was one-was Is-
t s in obedience, but the o thdsn
wero worlf back slowly whea
Whel., thrOw open the fgp of hi.
tent and asked what the touble
S "MHeare a lot of people,' the
officer replied, 'who want hospital
7= of u has ba d any-
"thi to et siace breakfast, and ao
I told them to o away.'
As I have had no luncheon in
three days Wheeler replied, 1
think you might mis lunch just
oce,' ad theeO he turned to the

o- bill German drew himself
into eas oMirly a position as his
a and robustness would permit.
e saluted as they do in Europe,
pail forward. General Wheeler ad-
vanced, answered the salute and
asked what he could do for him.
"'I kow by telegraph mine boy
is dead,' said the (;erman. 'My fraud
is too much mid sorrow to come,
and, respectfully, general, I want
his body to bury in the Lutheran
cemetery. You will that permit?'
"General Wheeler extended both
hands to his visitor and said: 'My
heart is with you, sir, and I am at
your service. There nre horrors and
glories in war. You have been a aol-
"'Yes. I was hit three times at
"'Then you are proud that your
boy died for his flig ?'
"'Yes, and God bless you, gen-
"Then General Wheeler said, 'I
want you to see that this gentleman
is given the body of his son and
that it is escorted to the train with
a guard of honor.'"
stonewed the IRw.
Husband (after a quarrel with his
wife)-Well, let us drop it I don't
care to have any words about it,
"ad, beside I like to talk to a sen-
sdble person when I am talking.
Wif(with aareate laugh)-
You don't always do it, then.
Husband-I don't?
Wife-No. I sometimes hear you
talking to yore.lf. (And then the
music struck up again.)-Lomdeti
A Dlmmoemate'sA

or bowel tmbte qe elk nr
m. a8i t.7 der
tory aallm dordafM stow
eas Bold Iby aeesithb Co.
druggists. -si U 'lm
A Knotty Questi AMwssed by a
Many years aP these Mfeda e om et
the mountain oeet"es of Teausemee a
bmtcksLth who to b e notatiem for
hornEt work dew' the week aided
Cat of beoti a pow etl zhortr ea
Buemsys. Held ta ha eesstr iby B
miegbeor, pseasmse si esluimey of
l wor lds see ee that petattve
e mmeBlty, be seemeM to ae stVred
h a the *em ta th t
fr tn be etesait I pew ta ps fr
e oef oe Te lliaw, a tal, leak
nme asnt r, w wa wit s--
was *e the asOslebkese a d wha ale
wee ose tme ma wheN pt m em o

agetata li. m all "wra aam to
|i i de ae.h teo La- a- s minb w

I ora, de r ea u sidagaf

Oem at the yeaft amp lbsdft tf
od amWaswas ab eMM 0
ft the ueesaud smine wm VmW
bemaw sko Ilh m 00I1Was
640 m Is ow-doeor.~lo
sw 2 so e IMI
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"me, at wPe
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.r4a aso oin-& a t|

b r dyr fm m Abl

Whn tdo you do on Decmdkr A
t "yrg044W Ig a
came in a chorusa.
"Why do you decorate their
graves any more than otbers' r
This was a power, but Sally ee
little fellow held up his band. -nt ,, 1to up
"Wall, sir, why isaitt?" rewasP a gsM
"Besusae they are dead and we bea. fl ,t
to _unmins e hot t ---a e w sitnskumabtwo w la I@
ain't."-ippincott's. c aae A trik s win uemma
The eneaMt of the Douby. W r Po Rt isP ulas e
A young lady was spending some laed t t a
weeks at a Scotch country hour, ample bottle and a book tha
and just before dinner one evenia sotboithaisntfe mb
i Dr. KIi nur& Co., lnahaMLsa
two cousins of the host-one of W a waiting m on
them the great man of the family- erous o ier i this paper. Dot
arrived unexpectedly. Shortly be.O- stakes but reepber the
fore dinner was announced the bot- Swam sta4 p et dm l
&er sought the young lady and said if you do
to her confidentially:
"We're putting' on yesterday's thbs imeens.,
soup, an' for fear there shouldna mLw'MI & I. L a
be enough ye maun decline." OSia- M
"Decline soupl" exclaimed the v,,.di5 A m V
young lady, much amused. "But, A iww
you know, John, that wouldn't be a.M w. Y aN-
"Na," said John coolly, "but w l' m w in w;-
they'll think ye ken nae better."- .0 1 a1.A
London Tit-Bits.
mealn u a. 1%.II i Ir.o4 1mai, ~,, :

A Philadelphia boy and his Aunt
Adelaide, who were visiting rels-
tives at a country home, were one DI
day crossing a pasture together.
When they were halfway sarom
Auat Adelaide noticed two oxme
and paused doubtfully. i5
"I'm not sur that it's prudept to
go past those oxen, Barry," she said,
whereupon Barry tightened hbisheld
on his unft's hand e
'Don't be afraid of me,B
atie," said he. IThey wont hart
us. Theo ft time I came down be
I was afrad of them. I didn't re
to beek ofthemsadI&didld'tArm
goPi froat ofthem. ButI t
of a w" at la-l itp ra L
ader thsem. --B arpe Wskly.

Od t hm It s:o drimm e a at
pmia burm. seaMs wjaNam a-

m lea. Relief is intat, at all
drogiets. -w-im
At the Alter.
"Will you have this woman to be
your lawful wedded wife?"
nThat's what I lowed I weold."
"Will you love, homer and bey
*AMt you t that switoebd
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a full liUeof goceries, as cheap as can be sold.
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Hats at actual cost.
a dtCole worth n 0.O y price 75
UIer b-, B Crea, worth 25c....MyjW price 2
Wiae td st Vita, worth 1.00..My price 756
A f Wie tof and aDrauht.
AO E&miesd ntaMei d eeat ^ pries.
.O f mtqb e for rent ext to m"store
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only understands fall tie
has the' power practically to
or break a play, a manage
actor, but is invincibly
to exercise that power to the "13
utmost. At all events, the r
and candor with which a Londob
dience expresses its opinion of
play and players are wholly unkam
in this country. A player who, U
so unfortunate as not to please a
London audience is not allowed to
cape, as here, with a liberal seM-
tence of cold and contemptuous s%
lence or an occasional half hearted
outbreak of ironic laughter-not at
all. He is liberally "booed," while
the outbreak of this typically Brit-
ish form of censure at the fall et
the final curtain of a play that has
not pleased is of so vindletive a"i
poisonous a character that nobody
who has heard it once is ever likely*
to forget it.
Nor is the British audience al-
ways merely frankly and candidly
brutal in its behavior toward thoue
who have been so unfortunate as te
fail to please it. Occasionally
exhibits a subtlety in its eruelt3
that is quite marvelous, considering
that it is shown by not one person
or by a small group of persons, but
by a majority of a large assembly.
This mob subtlety takes the form of
luring the author of a new play by
means of spurious applause to make
his appearance in front of the our-
tain, only to be instantly grated
and overwhelmed by a perfectly ey
clonic storm of furiously angry
"As for the 'booing,'" Mid a
American actress who played bi
London, "It is an old custom. There
is no doubt that it is crel. It b
brutal and mreileas,and no m*i l=
but there is this to say for ilt--t a
done a lot to keep utter tr A
the British stage san to kep
English theater of the um t dN
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low tfir cIms. It Is s"t
i f ;Oe1, howeer. There a co-
i hmayma ea euhk mousy while
ini m-mat.*n his faUy, be$
e best ef fooeed and lodging, is
. t a trade sad, if he wises,
S a-mas the study of foreign lan-
S| At Ismago a qualified
S atrnuete the v ger prif-
aM in reading, witmg and arith-
mi e Primers of twenty and up-
wued who a ia Ialuion for the
S ti. are taught gography and
e terhia ow prii man
1o l" he is barefally examined by
t tnda4 the extent o( his
mowdge.p fathomed. lie is then
vd Ito pursnu is studies, the
books being supplied by
be oit orities. When there are
reral in together a teacher is ob-
tiaed from outside, and lessons are
giM regularly.
In the office a record of each pris-
er is kept during his stay. This
serve to show whether the convict
b prompt to obey the officials,
whether he shows affection for his
parents and relatives, whether he
writes letters home and whether he
Makes progress or not in his scho-
histio sudies.
"It pays them to be industrious,"
mid the warder. "The average con-
viet makes 10 sen (5 cents) a day; 4
'em go into his own personal ac-
eeat. A skilled worker will make
0 aen a day, 8 being his own again.
@me of thee men actually support
their families on what they earn in
p 1an i As you know, the average
*ely ean live on 50 em a month."
It wu natural that after parading
b paradise I should doubt if Ja-
r I treatment of her criminal. led
a i derm in crime. The officials
emfesed that of robbers, burglars,
tvesm and swindler 60 per cent
et back to the prion. Of those

Dinaer was a substantial adair in
M i of Q us Blisabeth who
wa by eo means indifferentio the
pea. ~of the table. The firt
6W eOa great occasions, says a
esasmporary, would probably be
heat. flummery, stewed broth,
sh broth, gruel or hotenpotch.
800 oonu it offaibh, among
wsho we may note lampreys, stock.
M sad turg with side dishes
49, W poia i The third course com.
Si asking sdings, beg pud-
P white pud.
and narrow patdSotch Then
a4 beef, apo, humble pie,
wld fowl ad me; in the
801 io l t-r rietie, us
I e s, s keo s, wt iele, warden
felled paM by white
ao ,- Bod teae y oa i; for the
n ew Taritiw&of of Aes
Bssomre of which were con-
Sat of as many as- five and

Oeisln of *Ma.l"
The familiar esclamation. flur-
H Is probably a comptlot of
w '(Thorald), l, tilM7 of
Samelent Norsemen. Some phi-.
qke however, counted that the
Is a derived from the elaevac
raJ," meaning "to paradise."
ladia and Ceylon the mahouts

attendanats of bagup ele-
fanto cbeer them oanby perpet-
Htyig, ' rI" tihe Ara
im e drien in Turkey, Pol.
iad Egypt eu g their
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t their mues with rope-
.Ai e AerI" In Fance the
M easit the houmd ,
blim tof ra 4 sad ..f.
battlee ae delvint

Low to Prce, Satary, Q
We have ready for yea a larIe StoMk of
Coolers, Freemers, Scrmm Doom and Win-
dows, Lawn Mowe and amWmob :: ::
Come to Us for Ypr Summer Goods


For th net TWO WE IS I wil Iptm sale
sch goods that you e owusg
every day, amd the sa*g t you

She.ting.........-a-. ... ..a-a ...... 41-2 eta. up
8e Gingham--......---...--.....................-.. 5---------------1-2
Good Bleaching ...........-------------6
Fruit of The Loom....----......-----......-.........- 9et
India Head t .-----------..--.............. 12 1.2 cat
Long Cloth from..............----.----.--........... 11 cta up
Same reduction on all our fine Dres Goods,

We still have as fine line in Men's Pants as ever.
for much less than before. Why ? Becasee don't
much rent to pay, and no clerk hire. YOU SB.


In Knee Pants we take the cake, that is as to make, style
and pattern, and above all the special low prices
Suit Casesm frohm ..&...-.-------. at aup to$8&79
Ladies Muslin Underwear cheaper than you can make at
Still Selling 2 Spools of Thread for-..................6 ta
The Best Hose in Town for less money.
A full line of Men's Underwear. Long sad Short Sleaves
from 21 eta up.
Look at our Fine Hose going at Skidoo Priesa 23 eta, well
. worth 86 eta
Great cut on Ladies Foot war worth prilzg.
We still have plenty of those highly gil sid amwe and Oil
Paintings which we.sell at49cts. with every Two Dollar

May be a half block out of the way BUT te mvina will
be more than hack hire sevn on small pnathns.
Thanking you in advance.

Yours for FriAodi. p and nt.i,


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-xmane wsmuuns a as mae u
change me for my room at the hotl
in month" roared Sandy indig-
nmatly on hi. return to Lroburh
Bura from a sightasefIng epe-
6 saye, it wamn cbeap," agreed
his father, "but ye must 'a had a
gey fth time een' the sebta."
"Seeas' the siehtsa roared Sandy.
'I didaes see a b t the time I
as a Uof -arie, a.
that meh for a room an' then e
t t proper us 't-F-Loadm
Me TM sNahe Cead enar.
Marion was a little American
of ix year. For three month her
mother and aunt had dragged her
through the useumsa sad art gal
leiamof thefo e. **
She wa mae to look at te di
pen of Marie Anbtoie th
prayer book of Catherine de' Medi
ci, at N of Napoleon ad endle
numbers of Uinter-tig Mado-
as. Theme, her mother told her
eostantly, she must remember, for
whenm she grew up she would realie
At last Marion 6belled Sh rt-
fund to go o a world famed mu-
oaun. After much pj -asa a she
yielded upon one I
"Ml an place you like, ahe
W4id, P"Myore promise nevor apis
to make me l ek at anything t.
-L --Tenth's C, mpaisim

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Stanley's Buam Ceos r*
Maco. I .will am ia to i
boy or girl of LoM sm
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The Unpardeatbis Crime of the Vet*
~on arder In His Youth,
"I never had but one row In a
boarding house," said the veteran
boarder, "and that I brought on my.
"In this house we certainly did
have tough steak. Where they got
it I never knew. I used to thnhk
they bought the sole leather rem-
sante from a trunk factory there
was then about four blocks from our
oouse and cooked them for steak.
"Be that as it may, the steak was
tough, and one night I conceived
what I then thought was a felieitoua
^Tou have seen those knives with
cutting edge on one side and saw
teeth on the other? They sell 'emr
to housewives for cutting off slices
of ham, the knife to cut and the sa
to saw the bone. Well, in my youth.
ful foolishness I bought one of
those saw knives and took it home,
and the next night we had steak for
dinner I took it down and laid It
beside my plate on the table, and
it made a sensation.
"When my pie.e of stiok came in
I tried it first with the knife side
of my saw knife, lnt thrre wag noth.
ing doing, and then I turned the
knife over and tried the aw side,
and I Pawed and sawed and amwed
away, bending down over the plate
and bearing on and sawing bard,
with all hawls sitting around my ta-
ble stopping eating and looking on,
"We were all having lots of fun,
ad then without any warning the
landlady came in. She came in and
stood alongside of me, all without
my knowing, with me keeping right
oa sawing, and then she touched me
es the shoulder, and I looked up,
with the whole dining room now
looking on, and then she stood there
and looked down at me-just looked
at me, that was all-but the look
h&e gave me wase ough, a great
F-MV. I put down the saw.
"I hoped It would end there-I
Bad put away the saw knife for good
-but it didn't. It was on a Thurom
day that I performed my great feat
for the amusement of my table, and
gaon turda, when I pad my board
or the week, the landlady coldly ti-
lermed me that my room had been
e uted to a boarder who would take
s sm~ ion of it the next morning,
S _day, and that day I had to spend
r making for another boarding place,
wvhih wag not at all funny.
O "It is difficult to find anything
plee4et all the way through. 0ough
as the steak undoubtedly was, my
eoom had always been kept ia the
pank of order, and I certainly did
S-t to leave it. But for such a
erime as mine there could be no sans
S esidon of sentence, for, as every
order should know, there is jes
Mag that no landlady will stand
A Whatever it may be, she will
matI stad making fun of he table.T

A ueset,
In one of the old castles of neorth.-
f em England viaito are shows two
vseesI which are omeetd with
dAs room adjoid by a alseov,
a1 as a shepla, >yi>met,
a t r4the foorsoftheadjiM al*
eves. turn on a pivot ia he mtr
d the partion wal. ThI S m.
hn deolesws tlfale ti orim*
Rtb. t|enae of eth I* I
Vher, who vlwM of -

K~ *room andtMe ether la the

the oo no wser tmed Athdr
and e- aw-el *he vie
fed hiesmalf i smmoanel
with eO wl that wore s
b is aMid that i tsfetI
hit a ari"h iaritaMft by d
the m adl meMeto f a
set,8 "tw" me sfet ae e
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In'aa m ^ us :neir domain ty agri-
cultural Chinese. They are know
as Fishakin Tartars. The fish they
use is the tamara, a species of salm-
on. Both flesh and akin of this fih
are supposed to possess wonderful
hueat giving properties. London
ONmething Per Nthlng.
Some years ago there appeared
in several Paris papers an adver-
tisement of an obscure fruit dealer,
in which he offered to give a prize
of 5 francs for the largest apple
sent to him. Then fish caught at
the bait with marvelous rapidity,
and in lea than a fortnight the ad-
vertiser had received enough fruit
to stock his store for the season.
Naturally he was glad to pay 5
francs for the largest of the lot,
and just a naturally he kept all the
unsnccessful specimens for sale
from his shop. Besides, the adver-
tising rulted In a large increase in
his business.

IF wuw ONLY *noW
WU a seep of U'poasea it Wlal
Harn to h ubework wt an a ehla
te b t h b ars l o sf misery at wis,.
If womsa ny knew tdhe mse-tlat
d &e s h e phan emoes hm elek kid.

Dow's wytF Pios we kid.
taeso eBai endorse ths :

sad mew aftershav used Dean'sKI

nr essfu and weak mand fr palm

fMtro fao. BedA aM t ae -to
tiqn Kmate, krofla lrse atr t

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n&A as WUp I ha m to te

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seven"Fe w ea W4 ,*8 a &
I~wasm at week ase ma
a use... Sekor b
1 b te asi th ofeht his power
w m bMiled the for tbUt
weas "Blbard I"
ly t studied ne pRg li
= flt sabhifty. Onfts dg
a Ishe afte r who e a~" a as
t o perfok r1see w e 4 0a1t
Ma o deospaIr. At, M e".o
f Notes"td hat yeaoa K bsh
*ew Ae Ieaiss of that PMt. eel h
VAie IWwfor It by Booth.
Qf W event Klobll B mseltf a seM
"Wh I went on the stage, I wan
a" sta m, w bich only complhateg mat
TS, however. I got sg l all rtnst
s l we came to the battle ta of -
i w atld. In my Ory I h ada4h-
I the wrong place on the stags whoa

ariomad pronounced these words i
thflitg tones: *What tblakest than
mow, noble Norfolk? a h at we shal
etBI tpr frot my ad -
nqur my lor d,' was my rtply.a Ibat
en my teut this morning early was
this paper found. Booth was martk-
mg sat the plan of battle on the sand.
Whom I bad Onisbed the ise te
rew his sword and with terrible tor
srck the paper from my hands, say-
a 'A week invention of the- enm
"I was theorougaly frightened at his
fearful expression and dodged back.
nearly falling to the Soor. Booth them
repeated ae words:
"'WhAt tblinkest thou. Norfolk, i f the
pr ,snwas offered'
"sBy this time I was completely wt-
tied and forgot my lines. Booth stood
IlarinS at me like a tiger. The abo
sasm wwe holding their breath for the
et ters orf affairssu, delyl Ireal
Iamd thMt somoethg must be doma.
my mued, and thk It M
have bes the devil that prompted me
to balance myself on me foot eind
drawl out with Yankee twafg:
S"'Welt, don't know, Mr. Booth. It
"BytiMas the whole heose wls nas
uprear. As shoot after shout of leau-h
ter tth* black steda ed Booth's

sies with mlrritmet. After the play
was ove h e t ose mo ast. plastal
blh hand e my shoulder, eaid Ist -
tealy tomes, 'Yous mn, ee nev
played tragedy be foMe, al yosu WSl.
out weln ieO a eplr ahe oomlseem
'rake my advise asd ever at O It
as. You ae a pateral csmo ans.
Tale a Yanee imoba ter and bee me
Mete with I, snd feme amnd t f
tee will beT ea A J llewed Mis

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WIN" to.. 0 BL usimm PROPURTY No. 161'.
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