The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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A QUICK RECOVERY.
A Prominent Officer of tno Order of
Rcbeccaa write* to Thank Doan'e
Kidney Pilla (or It
Mra. C. K HutugarJner, a local offl-
eer of the Rebecca*. of Topeka. Kanr.,
jloom 10. 812 Kr.naaa
Ave., write*: "I u*ed
1 loan's Kidney Pills
during the past year,
lor kidney trouble
and kindred sllmects.
I was suffering from
pains In the back and
headaches, but found
after the usa of ore
box of the remedy
that the troublea
m> that before 1 bad
flnshod a accord
package I waa well.
I, therefore, reartjly
endorse your reme-
dy." (Signed) Mra,
C. E. Bumgardner.
A FREE THIALr-Addroaa Foatep-
Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. For sal*
by all dealera. Price, CO eta.
Motor Car 8avlnfla Bank.
A traveling savings bank, estab-
lished in the north of France, la an
electric motor carriage, carrying a
small safe, a desk made of folding
shelves for depositors and seata for
the driver, two clerks and a cash-
ier. It journeys about the country
making shorts stopa in the villages
on stated days to receive such sums
as the thrifty workfolk may be de-
airous of saving.
"I suppose," said Homer, "that you
would not take its weight in gold for
that baby of youra. eh?" "Of course
not." answered Newpop. "What would
be the use In selling out at coat?"
A man applying for life Insurance
was asked by the examiner whether
his father died a natural death. "No,
sir." was the reply, "he had two duo
tors and a trained nurse."
One lingers long over tea,
If the tea is fine. It is a
good time and place to linger.
There were thirty hacks drawn by-
white horses In the Ijtbor Day parade
at Denver this year and at least ouu
red headed girl in each carriage.
Why It la the Best
fci because made by an entirely differ-
ent process. Defiance Starch Is un-
like any other, better and one-Uiir4
more (or 10 cents.
Is the time for the man who is renting,
or who is tired of hail anil alkali, rust
uml long hauls to market to learn
about Kiimeo. where all the land is
close to railway, where there Is no al-
kali, no hall, good water rights, and
where potatoes pay BIO MONKY. Kasy
terms and low prices to experienced
Colorado farmers this season The Con-
•Joa County I.und & Investment Com-
pany. <16 Majestic Building, Denver,
Peary Telia Hia Plana.
Commander Robert E. Peary, an-
nouncing before the Geographical So-
ciety that a new vessel Is being built
in which he will again aeek to reach
the North pole, said:
"The expedition upon which I have
been putting my energies for the past
two years is now lifted out of the
realm of uncertainty and If I am alive
•hall start north again next summer in
another attempt upon the North pole.
I uo not believe that my countrymen
will permit the expedition to fall for
lack of the additional necessary funds.
The new vessel will possess such
shape as well enable her to rise to the
pressure of the ice floes and escape de-
struction. She will possess such feat
ures of bow as will enable her to
smash Ice in her path and will contain
such engine power as will e nable her
to force her way through the Ice.
"My plan of campaign Is to force
this chip to the north shores of Grant
land, taking on hoard at Whale sound
the pick and flower of the Esquimaux
w..n whom 1 have worked and lived so
long: to go Into winter quarters on
that shore, and to start with the earll
est returning light on the aledge jour-
ney across the central polar pack,
utilising these Esquimaux. the people
whose heritage is life and work In that
very region, entirely for the rank and
flie of my party."
"Why don't you get your life in
aured, my dear?" asked Mrs. Newed.
I'm afraid people might say I was
afraid to take chances on your cook-
ing." replied the gallant young hu
Bonne Very Fine Results Follow.
The wrong kind of food will put
the body In such a diseased condition
that no medicines will cure It. There
is no way but to change food. A man
in Mo. says:
"For 2 years I waa troubled so with
my nerves that sometimes I wga pros-
trated and could hardly ever get In a
tun month at my work.
"My stomach, back and head would
throb so I could gel no rest at night
except by fits and starts, and alwaya
had distressing pains.
"I was quite certain the trouble
came from my stomach but two phy-
rlclana could rot help me and all the
tonics failed and so Anally I turned
"When I had studied up on food
lint! learned what might be expected
from leaving off meat and the reirtt-
Itr food I had been living on, I felt
t'int a change to Grape Nuta would be
j'irt wluit was required so I went to
"From the start t got stronger and
better until I waa well again and
fioni that time I haven't used a bit
of medicine for t haven't needed any.
"I am o much better In every way.
aleer soundly nowadays and am free
frt m the bad dreams. Indeed this
food has mode such a great change
In me that my wife and daughter
have taken It up and we are never
without Grape Nuts on our table now-
adays. It I* s wonderful austalner
and we frequently have nothing elae
at all but a saucer of Grape Nuts and
cream for hrcakiaat or supper " Nam*
men by Piu'turo Co. Battle Creek,
Good food and good rest These
are the tnnlca that succeed where all
the bottled tonlca and druga fail.
Ten days trial of OrapeNuta will
show one the road to health, strength
and vigor "There's a reason."
l«ok In each pkg for the fnmoof
little book, "Th* Road to Wallville."
The "Y" in the Railroad.
"Once upon a time" in an Infantile
metropolis of the West, there lived a
grandiloquent real estate dealer and
an air castle carpenter!
The sedulous real estate agent was
not doing (anybody! very well, and
the other fellow had tried everything
else anil failed, so they decided to
As might be expected, they finally
concluded that a nice little country
prper would be about the easiest
mor.cy going. Of course neither knew
a shooting-stick from a tympan sheet,
but both were "bom editors" and ac-
quainted with the local publisher,
who didn't know much anyhow—and
was getting rich at It!
"Now, my deduction is." said
Boomit, the real estate man, getting
chesty, "that if Jobber, who almost
haa paresis, can succesafnlly hood
wink the public Into liquidating, we
—you and I—can make Midas borrow
a stack of blues In aliout six munths
and a fraction'"
The argument was philosophical and
appealed to Dollttle, the fellow who
wasn't very busy anyhow, and they
set off enthusiastically for the town
junk pile, where they unearthed a
printing outfit in alioiit two jerks of
a mutton-chop's caudal appendage
Then they bought two excursion
tickets, rode as far as they had It
printed on 'em, and disembarking, be-
gan a hot-foot up the railroad track
toward Utopia—which is in the die
tlonary, but not on the map—carry
fng their "shirt tall" outfit between
They didn't know exactly where
they were, or whither they were go-
ing. but It was so easy to make money
In the newspaper business wherever
there were people and green grass,
that It didn't matter much anyhow—
and they trudged along joyously,
practising on the use of the editorial
"we" anil "ye editor begs to acknowl
Dollttle. long, lank and cadaverous,
was carrying a bucket of ink In one
huntl. a planer In the other, and about
bis neck dangled ten feet of press-
tape. From his pocket the editorial
sdssors protruded at an angle of 45
degrees Fahrenheit—or about that
Boomit. short, fat and oleaginous,
was staggering along under the
weight of a mallet, a press roller and
a grip-full of type-lice!
Thus they proceeded toward the
Land of the lx>ng Felt Want, where
people were lying awake nights wor-
rying about the light crop of news-
papers and praying for more rain!
The day was torrid, and despite
• .tr inner buoyancy, the literary Itin-
erants began to lather a little at the
torn of the road—and other places!
Great glooules of perspiration rolled
down Boomit's body—for he was
greasy and built like a keg of nails!
Every few steps Dollttle would stop
and fan the front of his throbbing
undershirt, and suggest starting a
newspaper "on the spot!"
"There's plenty of green grass
tround here." he argued, waving 1.1s
long arm In a semi-circle, "and won't
the people come in omnibuses when
we get 'er. started?"
But better judgment prevailed, and
after a time they sighted a village
church spire! Then, abruptly round-
ing a curve, they came face to face
with a "Y" in the road!
On each side of the "Y" was a sign-
board. One read:
WHISTLE CRICK. :
and the other one:
:* 12 *
: to :
—and they went to Whistle Crick.
The entire populace of the Crick
turned out en masse to greet the new
Both Squire Pingem and Ol' Man
Binki r ^ald they'd subscribe. The
boy with a stone-bruise on his heel
struck them for a job, and the seven
yellow dogs wagged their tails as en-
couragingly as could be expected by
Well. Dollttle and Boomit an
•ouaced thnt they would begin with a
write-up of the town, and the corner
groceryman. who was going to begin
business soon, said maybe he'd ad-
vertise after the flrst year. If the pa-
per showed evidence of stability!
With light hearts Boomit and Dollt
tie went to work. They set a neat
editorial card that read like this:
THE WHISTLE CREEK MOCKING
Subscription Price 60c a Year
(Garden Truck Accepted.)
Published Every Thursday Evening.
Alexander Bing 15> Jaiit Mj:
Al. Simpson Dollttle Li t
Now Is the Time to P'll i,ori
Then they wont out wher i
green grass was growing and ; ta11
to do business. Wh never th'*>
anybody, they got th- glad ban.I i.
the yellow dt;m b;u '1 hos|i >
but there didn't se m to be cn>
contracts! That night Ibe "1 t
gents" I'ug a fear prtena. and • .
sleep along«l'!e the railroad tr •
They were weary anil somewhat
prised—but not discouraged!
Ami h< re. oh. ; ntlc r. ;.!er I ■
the tear i-[dashed ( art i.f thD "
up It Wi
About midnight, the fus
sweeping like a den .m th
tie Crick, threw out a huge
copy bundle of Chicago pap is.
massive roll went hurtling through tin
right-of-way like a torpedo Hut iu:1i i
And Boomit, slumbering i M i
pheus and Dollttle bt side the w
rail, was struck and telcscoped!
He lived but a fleeting moment n.
his last words were:
"Partner—din't — give up — on
"Alas' Poor Boomit'" wall.d D
tie, standing a'.oft. while teurs . I wi
fell with soddcu thud upon tii. den'
man's flannel shirt ' Pool . root
Boomit' And we just getting suci. i
Then the chief mourner ran ur'o vti
and spread the direful news!
Squire Dingem shook his bead . nd
ly. and the corner gtVci ryman said he
had felt all along the town wasn't b">
enough to support a newspaper.
IViIlttle. iiaze.i and weeping, hung
atvund all next day. slobberlnu softly
to himself, but when the evening shuil
ows fell asinnt the cottonwooils nil
painted silhouctt's on the bosom of
Whistle Crick, he mournfully wl h
drew up the railroad track, chantii:)
a requiem of sorrow us he went!
The next day, a Russian Junk ped
dler swooped down upon Whist It
Crick and Its print shop with n writ
of replevin, the current issue of tin-
trade paper said:
and the people lived happily ever aft-
Moral— Most any ga/.ahu can tan
THE BEAUTIES OF NATURE.
founj Woman Decidedly Handicapped
in Thejr Observance.
The young man who aspirea to the i
Intense wa.s walking with the young |
woman who doesn't quite understand j
all he says, but nevertheless thinks '
il simply grand.
I.ook on the glories of the western
aky!" he exclaimed.
She seemed puzzled for a minute
"t<et me see, you face to the north
-that* the way our bouse fronta--
and then ou jour right band is east
and on your left la west. Why, It's
the direction we're walking In, lsu't
He looked a trifle gloomy, but re-
"How the great masses of color are
piled one upon another In nature's
lavish and tranaoendent art!''
"Yes." she (alghed. "It makes me
think of Neapolitan ice cream.''
"And there, cloae and closer to the
horizon, sinks a great crimson ball,
the setting aun."
"Right over there?"
"Straight ahead of us?"
"To be sure."
"Well, I've been wondering about
that for the last Ave minutes. You
know my little brother is ho mischiev-
ous. He broke my glasses this after-
noon. and I am so near-sighted that
I couldn't be sure whether that was
the crimson setting aun or somebody
SATAN AS A LANDLORD.
Spot of Earth Owned by Monarch of
There la only one apot on the
earth's surface I hat has actually been
willed, deeded and bequeathed to his
Satanic Majesty. This spot lies four
miles and a half south of Helslugfors,
Finland. A few years ago Ijira Hul-
larlcne died in the little town of Ple-
lisjarvl, in the above named country,
leaving considerable property in the
' The Whistle t'ricK shape of landed estate. How he had
eased to mock!' come into possession of so much land
no one seemed to know, but as be was
a very bad citizen It was generally ad-
m'tted that he was In league with
Wintahausu (Satan), and that they
had many business deals with each
other. This somewhat startling opin-
ion was verified when among old Hui-
larlene's papers a certified warranty
deed was found which deeded to Satan
all his earthly possessions. The wtfl
was to the same effect. The family-
have repeatedly tried to break the
will, but so far have been unsuccess
ful; thus the records plainly show that
hia Sulphuric Majesty has a legal
right to tsome excellent ground In the
near vicinity of Helsingfors. The sim-
ple people of the neighborhood have
changed the course of the road which
formerly skirted the Hullarlene home-
stead. and declare that they would not
enter the possessions of Satan and Co.
•lour* of for ai| the money that the three es-
tates would bring.
Every housekeeper should knnw
that if they will buy Peflance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will aave not only time, because It
never stick* to the Iron, but because
each package contains 16 of. one full
pound—while all other Cold Water
8tarches are put up In \ pound pack-
ages, and the price la the same, 10
cent*. Then again because Defiance
Starch la free from all injurlou* chem-
icals. If your grocer tries to aell you a
12-oz. package It I* because he haa
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dlspoae of before he puta In Defiance.
Ho know* that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package In large let
ter* and figures "1G oza" Demand
Defiance and save much time and
money and the annoyance of tha Iron
■ticking Defiance never sticks.
Thtrt arc very few rows In tlis fam
I ly where the man alwayv the
only coffee ho art"*'. Tithout get
Ung u.digest Ion at home.
This is a better country
because we are in it—tea
And tiat isn't all. -
Writs for our Kno l«df Hook, A g A
that there in no meal bo expeneivo * * ,
Allen's Toot-Ease, Wonderful Remedy.
"HaTS tried AIXKN'8 FOOT-EASE, and
find it to be a certain curs, and fives oom-
fort to one buffering with acre, tender and
awollen feet. 1 will recommend ALLEN'S
FOOT-EASB to my friend*, aa it is
certainly a wonderful remedy.—Mrs. N.
H. Guilford, Now Orleans. La."
sunk by It*
The Mortgage Lifter.
Hall, to the hoK* th. American ho*
The plebeian. grov< ling thing of the bog
The bristle-backed, scurvy-skinned igno
Ho. to the now. th" ft-ruiitllotiM sow
The eet «r-tlt. flabby-chopped, old row
Th * xacky-shnped. rooty-no**ed. old pork
er's frau- -
Oh. ihou sow!
Here's to them all. the ignobl* pen!
The loctlhstnnest hogoos of pig-sty am
The muddy-nosed, tilted-eyed.
Ft range to
tlon has bee
H4CK* IN « %H TO IIOTKI..
Got a cab luM to heat these men to
this hotel, ami It's funny you can't give
me a room It'* not my fsult that tlte
cab broke down and I'm late here"
The man glared at <'lt ik I oty of the
Albany hotel la*t night
"We must room peoide an they come
to the desk." replied H. F. Dutton, one
of the proprietors.
"I'll sue the csb company'" declaimed
"All right, sir. sec a lawyer," an-
swered the clerk.
It wan a little comedy that caused
considerable laughter. The men regln-
terlng said that they hsd decided on
the Incoming train that they would go
to the Albany, and had remarked about
the hotel beln c i rowdol The man. a
clothing saloaman. had left them at
the tJnion depot and had taken a cub
so as to beat them to the hotel, but
• tuning up Seventeenth street the cab
broke down, so that the others reached
the hotel on a car ahead of him.
The drummer finally saw the ludri-
cous aide of it and said "Boys. 1 guess
the drinks are on me.' and they ad-
journed to the Albany bar where the
mlahap ended up in a very enjoyable
New Mexico Democrats have nomin-
ated Oeorgo P. Money for Congress.
They doubtless think that everybody
ss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateur'
Art Association, tells young women what to
do to avoid pain and suffering caused by
"I)kab Mrs. Pinktum:—I can mnsrirntioiisly roorimmond
Plnkhuiirx Vegetable Compound to those of my sisters suffering with
fcuiulr wuakneiis ami the troubles which so ofii-n Ik-fall women. I suf-
fered for months wilh general weakness, an«l felt no weary that I had
. up. I had shooting pains, uml' waa utterly miaeimbla.
In my distress I was advised to use l.viliu i:. Cinklianrs Vegetable
Piso's Cure for Consumption In an Infallible
medicine for roughs and colds. N W. Samuil,
Ocean ti rove, N. J., Feb. 17. 1W0.
Compound, and it was a red letter day to me when I took the first d
for at that time my n-storation began. In six weeks I was a cf
woman, perfectly well in every respeet. I felt w> elated and happy t
I want all women who suffer to get well at I did."—Miss Uuila Gamkob,
3£fc Jones St., Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Ait Association.
It I* clearly shown In tbts young lady's letter that Lydla R.
Plnkhuiu'M Vegetable Compound will eertulnly eure the sufferings
of women; and when one considers that Miss Uannon'i letter is
only one of tlio countless liundrsds which wo are continually
publinliini; in tlie newspapers of this country, the great virtue of Mrs. Plnk-
ham's nie«li<'iua must Im< admitted by all ; ami for the abaolnte oure of all kinds
of female ills no substitute can possibly take its place. Women should bear
this important fact in mind when they go Into a druir store, and bo atlee ao4
to accept anything that i* claimed to bo " just aa good " aw Lydia K. IMnk-
liaiu's Vegetable Compound, for no other medicine for limtU Ills haa
made so wauy actual cures.
How Another Sufferer Was Cured.
Mrs. Pinkiiam : — I cannot praise your wonderful remedies
enough, for they have done me more gixsl than all the doctors I hars
had. For the last eight years and more I suffered with female troubles^
was very weak, could not do my housework, also had nervous pris-
on the farm!
Sing ye a aonn of Amerlr* linn'
The dollar murked grunter that's built
like a log.
The gold weighted mooter that clear.',
Kr>tin the farm!
Wnrble of humming blrdi. lover* and
The poetic metre the fnir woman's face.
Damr Symmetry j* form that I* fashioned
Hut the hog-
Keinemher the hog. the squealing old hog
Thut fattens himself on tnur swill, in
'TIs he In our business is banker "In-
Fine fat pork!
As the Fall approaches, nearer and
nearer come the rehearsal echoes ol
the altiloquent campaigner from hi?
practice stump in the forest primeval
Rhetorical bomham reverberates from
alar off. like harbingers of the atorin
that awceps In fury later on. In lhe
I nm not fair.
but you have thought me
And with a crown I ko
More rich than beauty's wea
T am not brnve.
Hut fear has made me so
And dread list 1 fnrego
The honor that you gave.
I nm not wise
Hut you loved wisdom *n
That what I did net know
. 1 learnt It In your eyes.
1 am not true.
Hut you have trusted so
That I faithfully g
I.eat 1 be false to you.
If heaven I win.
t can no \ Irtue show
Hill thut ymi loved me *o.
Will ih.y let me In?
—Kihel Clifford Songs of Dreams." .
Only One Black Hawk Pensioner.
William H. bee of Shobonler. 111., is
Smokers find bewis' "Single Binder"
straiKht ftc ciuar hettei .juality t han moat
1'ic brands. Incuts Factory. Peoria, III.
tlcliiK on both sides of hire
ahould be In every houaehold, none ao
good, besides 4 o«. more for 10 centa
than any other brand of cold water
t rat ion. Some days I would remain unconscious for a whole day a
night. My neighbors thought I could never recover, but> thanks
your medicine, I now feel like a different woman.
I feel very grateful to you antl will recommend I.ydla E. Plnk-
bam's Vegetable Compound to all. It has now lieen four years sine*
1 had the l;wt spell of nervous prostration. I only weighed ninety*
eight iiounds at that time ; now I weigh one hundred and twenty-threat
"1 consider your Vegetable Compound the ti nest remedy matlai
Thanking you many l imes for the lieiH-nt 1 received from your medicine
1 remain, \ ours truly, Mas. J. II. FAKiit.it,2800 Elliott Ave, bt. Louis, Ma*
Iteineiiilter Mrs. Plnklinnt's advice Is free and all slek woaws
are foolish if tliey do not ask for It. She speaks front tlie widest
experience, and bus helped multitudes of women.
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrnp.
hlldr-B teething, stiflen. theg'in... re.tuee. fa-
Annabel l>o you belleva
inimitable parlance of the slanBi«t. ,h(. mle prtnHioner ,)f the Bla(.k Hawk the centurle. that had
"We re up ait in' It!"- this '.a campa'ttn
A mean old "geexcr" down in New
Jersey ia using his flrst girl's picture
to scare the rata from his hen house.
He probably has forgotten when fath-
er'* shotgun couldn't scare him away
from the original- which proves he b'r'oke outTn" 1832."but he
either dldn t have even rat sense in fpon| am, foU(tht we||
those days or is a complete mental
deformity at the present time!
This is the season of the year when
the erubeacent maiden and the awk
ward swain get married at the county
fair, or the town carnival, amid the
plaudits of gathered thousands. In
after life it must he sweet music to
their ears to be known as "that there
couple that got tied at the Herrlen
About the hardest luck extant was
that nt the young man who, married
but three days was drawn on the jury
and accepted In a case that lasted
three weeks with two duy* ami nights
for a verdict. A man is entitled to a
pension for such service to Ills coun
ar, and so far aa known the only
survivor of that struggle between
white settlers snd the Sac and Fox
Indians He was born elghty-ntuo
years ago in Cayuga county, New
York, but was brought west by his
parents three years later. He was
only 16 when the Black Hawk trouble
ent to tne
land to California during the gold
xcltement of 18(0 l^ter he mad«
wo more trips to the Pacific coaat.
The Sleeping-Car Pillow.
A Cluclnnatl man recently returning
from the East was about to get Into
his berth on a sleeping car. when he
heard the voice of a htitte Kentucklan.
who was holding up a pillow between
his thumb and linger while he roared
out to the porter:
"I say. you boy. come back and take
"Wha" for. sah?"
"Because I'm afraid the denied
thing will get Into my ear!"
None other, however, was to be had.
so, placing his head on the feather or
two inserted In the tick, he was aooo
Writ, lor KmUln
ted the hairpin
he thought of
alted for hi in
FORFKIT If eannot forthwith rrndoeatha original letter* and slgaatarsas
MmIuuuuiu,., Which Wlli prove their absoluta grmiliianoM.
L,«ti« a. rtiikUiu V«l. Co* Ljsu, Ma as
"I> . f «Tld KMIirdT'l Fsvoelt* Kei.ie.tr
Co .romia •r lr n.pleUr l..( from (ITSIW.ISM"'
14«r urf ti «nk " B. T. Trottwidg , Harlem It It, *.Y.
The indulgence in tea is
*n very slight, that the pleas-
ure escapes attention, unless
one waits a bit.
S~fc. A SO..U,nj a
v#r mls« the
I'l L1JCN. isn I.aWKJCNCKB
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3.50 & S3 SHOE8fl
and s4.00 Custom Bench Wens im all
the High Craoe Leathers.
$2.50 Police, Thsee 8ole«. I2.BO aaa
v $2.00 woxsingmen's, best in the WONLOl
$2.80, $2.OO and $1.75 Bovs, fon
Dncss and School wear.
W. Ta. I>ou(lsn niiikra mi«l will mow nmrnm^m
fel.%0 sml t3.iW Ii«m • (linn any olhrr imm
fiu'turer In th« world. The resson Ihsjruv
I ho rr<MUr t Is, tliey ;ir« nttuie of tli« bm*
leathers, tmkl I hair «ltnp ,fil bettar, waar
and have mora valoa than tiny othar ahoaa.
W. la. fVuglaa guarruitee* Ihrlr valua fcr stamp-
ing his nama and t>rW on tl<a bottom. M lar
It — tako no •nh tltut«*. Id by shoe deal—
cv< ry wbera. last Color Uts used Jp.
"as COOO as s7.00 shoes."
Mmrmtofurm / haw Seen u-rartnt ST.M
•k*M. 1 purchntrd m pmir af ttf. I.
J.4J a*oa>, M'AicA / tdH morn «r ry f r
r montha. TAry art *o tali*factnry I do MS
•rxrn to (a« moro OJcpmntif i hoot."
CRJ Y KNOWLES. ( Itn Solicitor, SWta.
itfaa Lomdm tho Mon'm Mae raaAfona mt Ihm NtasM,
Ihmatu aw* t>rn t'alt.kla la I Sana for Catalog oil*f full to-
1'all l« r« r*aad | a rortiomi Horn la mrmwr *«aiML
l.aalhar aiada. I W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Vaafc
The Colorado Tent A Awning Ct
l.awa Pwinas. Ca«vp fnrattsra, Urgwl rm
All Up-to-Date Housekeepers
tiae 'Vdd Water 8t*rrh. be-
cause It Is better, and 4 01. more of It
for aame money.
l'ui Ihiuaa la Um" Wo«t "Wrll® 'loe' lUmSSSH
f atai<>gaa. Doavar. t'nio.
If It la tr
not blta, a
Hoot] i r ...
t of bualneaa by
of them ha v •
.Oxford Hotel.. pENVER BE8T uurnt
e li.|wrlla Mlg. t 'iHH|«aj, Uaafi
Many a man that klrk« another
when lie ia down refrains from kirk
ins a dog when It haa a tin can tied
to Its tall. Our sympathy for misuied
brutea Is frequently more marked
than our pity for human lieliiRa.
Mere talking does not prove a tnan'a
smartneaa. On the contrary, many
men have acquired a reputation for
wisdom bjf merely keeping their
mouths shut snd looking coniclotia.
There Is an old aalum that aays ha
that cannot live on love dcaerves to
die In a dlteh. "The man from Mia-
aoury" saya he never yet han aeon a
man do either.
Ths nelghbora alwaya "pity" ona or
the other of two young people who
innrry. Familiarity acldom falls to
To he dainty and twee! In manner
arlthoul being over nlee and ftuhlng
|a a great aceompllsnment in womsn
The older s msn gets the more apt
he la to look upon plcnlca aa mere
tcaaem of hla dyapepala.
If all days were thoae of Indian
aummer. one would almoat be willing
to be an Indian.
I Ileus fal men have lota of afcMkt
If the grand aeignlor
doean't quit dealing belu
line, hla llricle Mamttel will feel called
■on to kick him under the lalilc-
or In the alata!
So He Oid.
Judge Parker la aaid to tell as a
favorite atory the tale of a young
man In Savannah named I)u Boar
who Invited hla sweethMUt to take a
buggy ride with him. The young wo
man had a very retching llap. When
>f Turkey they reached a rather lonesome bit
ihc waist <>f ri'.td the younR msn snnotmced
"Thla Is where you have to psy toll
The toll Is either s klaa or a aqiiecy.iv
"Oh. Mr. Iiit Both!" exclaimed bis
What Is the Cause of the Rapid Falling Off
of Man's Existence?
Ailtim lived 010 ve*m \oiih die.I aged 0.V). For fourtci
in the yearn of life. From the time of the Flood to th<
'r" * """.M-iii* in tlie longevity ,,f mi.ii I 11„. falhii^ otTof m
to meat eating ' The fiKida for • long llfo aru tliosi- that come from Mother Kartli \ vg.
ntnri^'H man lived on veirrtablea and tlicn- no .reaae
if a boat eight centuriea, Hcali eating extaUd sad
xiatenc.* triu eabla directif
tables, fruita. nuta anal een-ala
Th« re will hs no hens, it upon earth
until the nelghbora tear down the til
ley fence and quit quarrellm over the
plumb tree that strsildlea the properly
There'* aa much dlffcrcnce In glrl«
aa In makc-upa. A cruet) bachelor
friend aaya that'a all tbe dlflercnc
the make up.
The man thai romea to hia break
faat mulling haa a good dlgcatlon Snd
an amiable temperament.
The girl with the pretty handa ael
dom earea to aoll them In the dish-
Just becauae ynu are a grandpa la
no algn you are Fosy Grandpa.
Waa there ever a boy born that
dldnl Ilka Ma traitdmother?
New York Capital Puniahment.
Murine a celebrated murder trial In
New York ^elty two Irlahmen were
among th* many Inlereated apeetu
'Sure the evidence will convict the
prlaoner," remarked one.
"Not only convict him, but will hanr
him," returned the other.
"Man sllvet The) don't hang mur
derera In New York!''
"Well, what do they do with litem.'
"Kill them with elocution."
Writer'* Real Nam*.
The real name of Joaeph Conrad, a
well known writer of e atorle*. I
Korienkiwakl He I* a Ftile,
Paataat Time en Stcycle.
The fasteat that baa been done on
a bicycle li the record of CI feel a ]
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