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DEMING, GttANT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Q 1890
AD LI Or,
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T. It JOHNSON
I" 1 1 1 m 1 n
O. Ji STKWAUT.
Deming ice -i Cold Storage Co.
Icesnd dtitillod v.ater dollvorod to any part of tbo
city or flurrountfiiig 'territory In lots of frqni-ouo pound to
a oar load.
Gen tleraanty, treatment anil fair dealing is our motto,
Cold Storage atlta;asonable Rates
fci Alio aLt y.
-Addre?8 all comnTurii'cationso
piJCE & COLD STORAGE G0
DEMING, NEW MEXICO. '
Bicycles, Look, Guns
& Sewing Machines repaired.
lJlcycleB sold from $15.00 to $50.00
A full lino of Bicyclo repairs always on hand.
'A gout for tho flonarch Bicycles. All work guaranteed,
Mall orders will rocoivo prompt Attention.
W. S. WKVi'HEltWAX
P K. WYMAS.
CORBETT & WYMAN,
re. Samplers and Buyers.
rill 0 KM AS i'OI.MW OH HAND RAMI'IiKAi
Any tun, Hume pulp,
All three, siitio pul,
Other Metal tu Prrtptfrlliiii,
OiI08lTP VHE DJSL'OTi
P. O. HOX lOH
Wiraes, ' Liquors and Gigars
TIE MBIIET -
DEMING NMV MEXICO
N. A. BOIIGI,
Dry Goods, Motions,
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS.
Gents Fomblilng Goods,
TRUNKS & VALISES.
'iarciothtngi Hoots, SSoM and Hhlrti, made to order.
I D. o
I nnir Ptrh
Attar wo liave laundered them.
We them the right silliness
to Uieyliahg gracefully, ant with
onr new Curtain Stretcher ilou't
tear or Injuto ' .w,
Tho Model Laundry.
AwSar.tor'Thi Mry ortho I'lillipiiinei-'
y Marat lllUd, rowialatloued bj llwtlov.rn-
mui nuncniiiHwn.ii 10 in irnr ntputi
notion ran i'Uiimcation
jiiit 11. im. 1
w I. L.r.bi ilv.n tint ib rulli.H lur n.iii
1. It fflMl null. I1E 111 iniFllIMM
Mttllb fln.l )toot III .uBhprtnf III. rulm.
ilmt Mid utrM.t will bo iiui Wfor. t. H l'
BHIOtier tl. V )!eKJM, l Iiln. N, M.
1111111. 1 a uoob Hit wtiiin in .im miuimi al
Hfi VMckd,ati (h. IVtltlc wlili (lwnrw.
IKm JpftlWl tMi( .1 ktaallU, 11 Id.
aurmnt ctlUin. Willi Alfiilnaktn. u III. iluu of
rmni ctiuin. wiui inw
tin Olrjt( with Utf, tm In tan r.mrol imUU
.1 in urn 01 "UBirw. iiiiikmh nirucHK. nimi
iumriui pwinrmi ua.n ujr uiiMtRHWlit
UIU UltJKAi.. OtllMto
1 - iTW.-TOaginsiiainBv
wjkNrmj bvbki. ToirrwKTx rw(.
Attvual 1 Ififa vli: Mumn I. Hflbert who
118 Mint III Wliowing iiHr.. o ia i-.j
(fliijlnuoiis rrtld.tiui upon, , t mittltaitoi ,
Mid Innii. vli. I Ict.fi) I uii.oii, ttjimul W,
Itellttblo tnitii for Mnnugcr of
llrnnoli Oniuo I wish tu opuu in
this vicinity, If your record Ib
0. K. Iioro la pond opening.
Kltitlly mention tins pttpor wuon
A. T. MorrU, Oleht . 0.
llhiBtritted entnloguo 4o poatHgo
WE ARE HEAOQUAflTElfs FOR
OF ALL KINDS.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention,
J, A. Mahqney. House
THE MURDEROUS HEVOUT IN THE
Humm.r TunrUl llHtc. ! Colurmlii ln
rMuiu l' Hnutr
Siimmur tourlit tli'kftB to Uemrer,
Colorado BprliifB mid Punblo will bo
lilaod oiviwle nud sold dlly tgMid In
piling t)clohr Kt.lMe.witli flll rt
turn limit OPHibar 31, 18W. at UJe M
jowlBK rta Irom Putftllig, W. 31., rr
Ui round trljn . . ...
to Oeuvor,iM.00i tftfJptemdoSjwlBjp,
W-Wi to l'uablo, jfW.Ctf.
Out of llio Drvpnlrrn Amitrlvana
Vlui Vtf TrniriJ liy llio ,Mcil
oniiM Unlr On. tJuPinicd Uenlh til
lhr by l'lr. or llullal.
John Albert, who oudud tilta dnya at
WiiUvnburs, Colo.. ImU vxcltlni; nd
vunturi'N In uvcry auction wi-at of tho
Mtaalalml. tli anw two wnra and
tooh mi ncllvo ahnro In tho Indian U
rlvliiKH, jut whou on lila ilunthbiHl bo
tvita nakud to dletatv to A ri't'orter tho
fcuutia ho coiialilorrd moat oxultlus III
lila llfo hu choxo u thomu with which
few If nuy of his countrytuun nro nc
'lfho rovolt In tho Tnoa vnllcy. ir over
ltvcnuio to tho win: or tho nulliorlthis,
uoa tiuvpr tinlvoritlty dlHaiiinliinUil,
It iippi'iim on no iiisi of coiiiiuott hla
tory, am., ntthotich for horror It com
imioa ruvoiably with tho miiaaiicro nt
tho Ahinio, no uuvollat Ima aeon lit
to nmko It a coutinl thomo.
Tho Bittlon now known m Now Mox.
Ico wiih fonimily tuki'ii iiomwwloti of
by tho American In tho aprliiK of
IHliX Uouernl Konrny wna nt that
tluio lu cuimurtnd of thu Invudlus
forcoo. Ilu niudo lila hendiinartora nt
Him In I'u mid roiiinlniK In nctlvu u
lnjiluiundt'iici' for more tlmn n yoar.
At tho oxplrntlon of that porlod thr
growing nml or troops on the I'nolllo
conat lod to lila wliliilinwnl to Iwcr
California. IU tuft two rvulinonta
with a military covomor In cliargu.
Uhnrlea Hunt, with a hiindful of men,
wua loft to guard Satita l'o. Tho Mex
ican uorornor, Uonural Arinljo, had
Hod on tho advance of tho lmtcl Van-
kcea. lila itoonlo, no nutttcr what their
aecret thoughta might bo, had been tho
moat (teaceablo of aubjecta, yet tho
body of tho army had not been kouo
two montlia beforv tho Amorlcaua saw
that trouble wna Imminent.
Tho only man who eacaned has told
tho story more amphlcully than any
pen can portray lu Arroyo llotidn
waa n town of hoiiiu 1,-00 Itiliuliltniita,
uioatly Moxlcnua aud IMtcblo Indians.
It lay In tho Bnntn l'o dlatrlct, but loo
fur away for nld to come. Tho total
of Americana In tho plnco waa 17,
moat of whvui wore ronh tntptcra
and mountuluira. Tho entire town
turned out to nu Impromptu maaa
meetlnK on tho plaza. It waa doclttod
to revolt and return to tho Moxlcnn
authority. Well knowing that tho
band of xaukcea, although comparn.
1 1 rely lualgnllleant lu number, would
realat atich n atep to the Inst, It waa
Uetenulned to ahoot all on alght. I'or
thla purpoio tho tnob apread through
tho town. Hut through Home aourco or
other Uovornor Hem hnd received a
tip. tio Bent off to Haunt Co for help
and then, gathering lila little tmml
about ulin, licit to tho only refuge tho
"Tho next morning," sld John AP
bert, "they commenced the nttnvk by
aeudliig In to ua n Hog of truce, U
nmudltig our arraa nnd nmiimnltlan
and an unconditional mirrtmilor of ou
kelvoa, I (old the bnya they could do
na they pleased, but 1 knew treachery
would lend ua to certain death In the
end. nud I wn going to die with my
gun In my hand nn.l not bo murdered
like u common dog.
"Thla wna the turning point In the
matter, mid they all runrlmled to light
It out na liwtt they could. The men
who enme to inula- it treaty with ua
wont lini'lt. Their forctt wen awn'led
bohlud Hie brow of n hill itenr by tu.
nnd out of them, nfier it minuter of the
wild Indiana In opening u battle, rnnm
to the lop of (he ridge and danced a
jig aud Himg n aoug of dellnncu. I
know tho time had cumo, nud the kooii
er the bloody work commenced tho
sooner we would know our fato.
"Wo Of the moimtnlneors hnd col
lected lu a building of coualdernble
fdxo nud tho only ntio In the plnco Hint
wna two HtorloH In height. Tim limit
ing ludlnn wna within gunshot, nud I
killed him. Hilly Austin atood clone be
hind me, nnd when another mini enmo
to drag the body back Amain idiot
him. Hy this time my gun waa loaded,
mid I killed a third limit. Then the
hui'iuh commenced, nud the air was
tilled wllh bullets from the guns lu
, the hnnda of I lie men who lay behind
1 the top of the hill. The bullets rattled
1 ngalnst tlie house like hall. There was
not n wludow left In It. Although wo
saw we were lu a trap, we fought ou.
"When the huh wh out ting, the .Mex
icans made n furious charge and set
lire to tho bouse we were III mid got
under the walls of other buildings,
tioou everything wna nhhixc. The up
roar or Hie yelling lleiula ou the out
side nud the excitement or the men on
tbo Inner aldu wna deafening. We tried
to escape by digging through the lloor
iiowu Into the granary. The house
wna lllllug with Mexicans, mid every
thing wna lu couriiMlon. fortunately
for mo lu the confusion 1 escaped from
tho house. I don't know how many
shots were ilred nt mo, but none took
olTect. I had a bullet lu my clothes,
one cut off tho brim of my 'ul, nud an
other cut the blind, nnd t lust It from
my head. In the excitement I forgot
my coat and was out lu the world
alone without coat, hnl or friends nnd
with 110 miles of mountain road be
tween me mid wifely."
Albert wiinilcivd fur thrc.u days over
the uiountiiliis without rood nnd ox
uoHcd lu i be bitter cold, lie reached
the American lines at taut, tho tlrst to
bring news of Hie uprising. Of course
when a regiment arrived on the scene
the Tnus valley quickly quieted. It
una not long nrter Hint Hint tho Mexi
can war bruke out. One-half or Hint
untlou was transferred to Uncle Hum.
lu consideration of which old scores
were wiped out. Ko penalties were
exnoted for the Arroyo llotidn innasn
ore yet It must go down ns ouo of tho
most horrible In our wosturn annals.
KELLLAR'S GREAT MEMORY.
It Alileil lb' MHKlelnn tu III. Second
"1rn stNtiui) wight irlck ns perform
ed cu the Hinge (alls for a marvelous
memory." mld n rormar theatrical
mntmger. "Homo yearn ago I attend
ed one of Henry Kalhir's entertain
men's wllh Mrs. Hcotl Hlddons. Itls
hid uHSlstuui sat blindfolded on the
stage nnd described different articles
which he picked up nt random through
the audience. When he came near, I
simply pointed to n curious little green
clmrin whluh Mrs. Hlddons bad loaned
to mo and I wns then wearing on my
" 'It wns a green intaglio,' said tho
asalalnitt In reply to Kcllar's ques
tions! 'n very peculiar little medallion,
which was presented to Mrs. Scott Hld
dons by the sailor of a vessel bound
for Han Frnnclneo from Australia.'
"Wo were so astonished that wo al
lium! fell out of Kiir seats. After tho
show we went behind the .cencs with
Nellie Melleury mid some oilier the
atrical folk who bappsued tu be pres
ent, mid .11 rx. Blddoiis piweeitcd to
coiner Hie magician, who was nu old
rrleiid. 'Now, Hurry.' she mild. 'I want
you to tell me huuuatly how you know
nbuut thill lueket.'
"ICelkir laughed. 'You recollect 1
enmo over from Australia on the same
ship.' he replied, 'nud I would certntn
ly know Hint stotio If 1 snw It lu Cbl
ua.' "lie would say no more, nud I pre
sume, of coarse, that ho convoyed his
information to tho stage through his
system of cues. Hut the umrvclouH
part about It was his prompt recogni
tion of tho charm on my watch chain.
The presentation ou shipboard had
taken plnco nil of seven or eight years
before." New Orleans Tluics-Uemo-
No llrnrollnn- Intrntl.il.
This waa overheard ou it cable onr
tho othor morning. An nvorslendor
woman climbed in nud took n pbtee ou
nn otherwlM racsiit sunt. The stlP
ilumbrou conductor took tho quarter
Hint site bunded him. and bofore ho
mug t'i Hie faro. "OuoY" lie Hiked iib
Sellimliidedly. "Yes. nnd don't try to be runny," sue
snapped - New York sun.
A airmiifi. ClurM.
A strange clock wna mnde during
tho Inat century for n Crouch noble
iiinu. The dint wns horizontal, nnd the
Ugures. being hollow, were tilled with
different sweets or apices. Thus, run
nlng Ills liuger nloug the baud, by
tasting, the owner could tell tho hour
without n llglil.
Wm msm thm Lmramst
Wettl etmmULilB llauta In tho West.
W hara 0i most bsUmIo rnul Ut llnlitKl luft We havs the
emna to us Uhmum h-
HUM fur UaiHlllnir mi
i. nianutitotarf r tortl
any qtuiutlty lio may tlnlr..
, aunnlllv of wool lor nny jmriy-o
knows w wh supiily lilm any gmwa ol wool in
MAs hmtttUm 1B.OBa.etia Ms. at Wool nor Yomr,
and lurw ddl a xniiul or li or. tlui unwt. W nd not sek buyers)
1HE BVr&MS B0ME TO US,
Alt ttm things am tu tlm aiWaubas of popl ia eonlo wool to us.
W Mmltm iMmml Aih$UHm on CantlpnniDtUB,
i ii r oi
cfcargsat llw low rata nf H rr ewit tur atinuir on w JJjl
iietl oa Uia wool Mtuotton. IjA us know where you ars naa wiuii
1000 licatl to Inunllo. on ooliiin'.s
filoii. Binnll IhiiioIioh uun be cold
nt good prices on let ottt to winter
nt low rates,
Oro-8 nro good, untile Bourne
nnd '"ceil ohunp. Oom'Hiiinlt)iico
Bnllolted. itorcreneoa ftirulnlieil
IAS. W. 1M10ADS,
Bos 87. Jetmore, Ktinaua.
Thin u twyontl m
tin. nrr In
a u siivi a
l.w do lnvaiiy aHr
wiilh vt,:t ill ( onah,
aqd ribuvtilils, whllt lis
dnfal Mi. in ih. m
CM.i.iami i l vrltliOMl a mi -Mkl
in itotiMi.fjr.t nitdlslns
piny, lip n
ilmi It. Aiht ,' iiMvirvl t lu,.
V "f't KMSISBl'.. a
tut whlh no uiliir rsatiKlna
wa If y lisva
RunKlr, x. aanitMly aah ynii
V? 'f Vmrni futaa Afvt
sou: pRtiwimma m
A t Mil VI
3.0YELLSL it Ul
It ROY. M.Y.
Ulkf THfi PRdVEftgfAt; dAr
Ravv-Jtttf I'rOf.nor'a nah m
Rach nt Ills liwit liieon.K, -1'hb
ydting lawyer lids good taste ll
Antiques nnd liris done much browslfrj,
about In Rearch of them, tie kuawl
tho plneoa !u u'ort-ester nnd the nslghi.
boring towns where those who like oh! f
furnituro nun nave tur tnonty to nRv
for It tuny tllid whnt will delight lllfr
souls. Ho It wns no more than uiif I
urnl. when the prtifetHor told Ids desk. '.
whloh wns of ancient design, but of
doubt fu! age. aud begau looking fnr
something better, Hint ho should con
sult the young lawyer. The lunu of
Inw was dcllghirully syiiumthotlc. Mi
mw Just what you wnnf Hie otlitr
tiny," ho wild, "hut I'm nrrnld it's gone
now. I'll keep my eyo out for tho next
"Well, If you ace nnythlinf really
good," sild the professor; "tiny It nnd
hold It for inn. It la not anfe to let n
bargain go too long. Only let ma
know ns soon ns you citti, so Hint I
won't bo buying one too. It would bo
a prent furor."
"Not at nil." said tile Inwyer. "It'a a
plcnsuro to buy a good thin?, even If
you are not to kaop it youradf."
In n day or two tbo professor receiv
ed n Joyful note. The young lawyer's
mother had found just what the pro
fessor wanted n benuty. one of tboe
rnro old hits Hint thej cannot counter
foil, and such n bargain, only 910. Tho
professor was charmed. Ho luimc
dlntely ent his check to the young
lawyer with nu enthusiastic note of
thanks nnd ft request to send up tho
desk. lie wns In tho hall when It nr
rivrd. lie tore off the sacking and In
spected Ida prlei'. It wna his old deak
that he had sold a few days before for
Herman postolllce amploycca nro not
permitted lu marry without Hie special
permission of the government.
The cutlro collection of coins and
medals lu the UrltUh museum consists
of uwit ly UMOUU specimens.
Firmer t'ahitfiock fliliks It o&ns tLe
stock lie i so proud of. llut si a matter ol
f.ict Hie alock own. him II. It the humhlr
.ervsnt uf horse, cow aud ulg-. Hc louki
after them better thau he looks after him
elf, and feed, them before he feeds him-
seir. That a u-bv
it so often happen,
that Jnt about tht
time that 1'aimn
reached the pUee
where hc can take
things eair, he
No ckm of peo
ple have been more
live of the tonic
Properties of Dr.
Icrce's O old en
than ffirmers ntitl
stock ralarra. They
have found It pte
vrni. a well ss
C!irr illxaw. II
keep the fomaeh
lu healthy opera
tintt. Ktlnilllalr Ihr
organ of dlge.tton and nutrition and In
draw, the .cc-retioii of the blooij-maklng
glamlx The "f "iW.liUn Medical Ul
co very " at khki.ii. wh,-n the .train of wotk
I. grealeU, krep. the ).lem In perfect
working order and ptcv.nt the break
down which come, from over drafts on
Mtnlleal IUoovrv and several of hi.
I'leSMiit rctk-l.'a r ago jhl. .pftng. and
liaye had no irouLlr wllh indlgetllon Anee."
yrrlleji Mr. W. T. Tliouqmon. of Towaiclul,
llrnaJunifr Co.. Manlmia. "Wonl. fall to tell
how llnukfiil I am for the relit I. a. hail iif
Trreil to much anil it aeemttl lliat the itoclor
cnalil rto wc no ml, I not down In might to
IM piin. . and wn not .tile In work at nil.
Now I wrlsh nt.rly ifo.nj con iloa day', wotk
on Hie farm. I hnve rrtoninieintcl yoer medi
cine. Ir tevei.l, aud (hall atw.y. hive a rood
word lo say for t)r . I'lere. and hl medlelnra."
"Golden lltdlc.-il DLcovi-ry contains
noalcphol, whl.ky or other Intoxicant.
A slnclc Item of medical knowledge
when life Is at stake hn n value past
computation )r. Pierce's Common Henae
Medical Advlter has looS pages of price
less parsgrapli. Thla great wotk Is tent
aQMUtrly fir on receipt of atamp to pay
expense of mailing only. Semi si one
cent stamps for paper-bound edition, or 31
atamp fnr eilll tori In cloth. Address Dr.
Q, - .'Jerce. lliiff.Io. N. Y.
Odd Tendencies of Stana.
A writer In Hie Journal tics Debate
complain of the process of degrada
tion which Is going nu In the French
language. The peasnntry, for Instance,
frequently a,., k of tho naa, a humble
partner tu their dally toll, ns "tho min
uter." nud other words of dignified
Import are applied to equally humble,
If not actually base, uses.
The same teudeney.howcver.nppenrt,
to be showing itseir lu (iurmnny, where
tho title "monarch" pnssos current In
modern lang us n designation for
trntups nud foot pad. The other tiny n
noueouinilKsloiied ullleor In churge of
Imrrncks at Dauzlg addressed this
term to a troublesome private Just as a
en plain happened lo be passing. The
latter at once reported the lueldeut,
aud the barrack muster was brought
lie Tore the magistrates on a charge of
Uvidi uce was addueett to prove that
In east Prussia "raseal" and "mon
arch" were courortlblo terms, so that
the court acquitted the prisoner, al
though he loses his rank aud bis pen
sion. A Valanbt TrusUloNil.
Perhapa as costly it commodity as
any that Is carried In contiderablo
quantities lu trucktonds la Kutimtra to
bacco, such its la used for cigar wtui
porn. Hunmtra wrappers cent from
II to ?i! n pound, nud the Import duty
ou them Is $1.03 a Miiud. Thla tobacco
la Itnjmrted lu small, eommot bates
weighing ITO or ISO pounds enoh. Duty
paid Buuiutrs would be worth about
$000 a bale, and there su bo carried qt
n truck fifty bales or inorot so that a
CO hate trucslonil of shoh tobaeeo
would be worth about W),000.-New
Hnl nt Ilia tniiHa&r.
tr. de t!Mnt Jrim' got a
very nidniHou HtMtotM.
ltmi.ii. t- i-a. Hrawi tafa aiwar
finding ht.MM-imiiH ror uki tsj ttomlu.
ilittre Jswlub ' uiutiwrit.
tonka m'Jltil fn
A Itetiiirip.'a SI
V numlwr nT -unru riVn." rifii
n-ill kiinit.n ivuirt illtlnlni ru.hiii''ITtrfTII'
cU States Supreme Justice ItroWn rVnf
oh the bench lu this city, t wns assign
ed ns n member of Hie staff to Inter
view the Judge nt his home out on
Jefferson avenue. I rrcollect that ai
the servant ushered me Into tho ball I
observed n lo: of rugs scattered hero
and tbero aud Hint na I stepped upon
the clean spaces nloug the corridor I;
discovered that the lloor was waxed to
n magnificently slippery degree. I waa!
forced to move with mincing eilutlo'M
far from graceful
"Approaching the library door I saw;
a rug-a white bonr aklu. I believe, hnft
resolved to make 11 tent over It Wltfi
n sprlug I vaulted, my foot landed im
tho rug, tho rug slid away mid dowhjl
went uni upon me 11 nor. aieanwiiuai
Jtldire H row 11 hnd nrlai.n from lit Im
brnev Inbli. nnil. tmtlcliu hit mludSn
I... ....... 1. ..... t1
nu UVKUII l.lllKllllln. lll lll'lllUU Ue, (IO
liolped me to my feet nnd remnrkea
with nssuined dignity:
"Iwk here, sir. Don't you fcno,
that in Ibis age, this kind ami tli
house, audi servile formality la not!
"And then I got my Interview an
found 11 an ngreitlile undsttaUItigj
Dei roil i'-iw rress.
I I' -msv
1 Tai 1
The Sunrd Wnlklnn- TrlcUi
"I had a little party of Jan JhbkIc:
on tho rond In IKIt." said an &MS
ntrlenl mnunger. "mid got on to a S0gp
UlUllj Ul IIIUII IIIIKM. .1101 OI (UCInl-j
wero surprisingly slniiilo In reallthi;
nud one thai t don't remembor ovvel SI
having seen explained was the rent on ft.
wnlkliiff barefooted up n ladder of shnrm -.T
swords. The swords were of tlu iwj
Hvo Blntlghl bladed shnpc nnd wcretj
l,n,..t II.m, ...... .1.1 .. 1 1 . I ITTf
iii-vi, iiiiii ui.-jr iiuiiui i'ltaiiy ailCV'
liiiiidkerchief In two in mitt air.
"Ileforo sticking them through
uprights to fin 111 the bidder the bcaU
Jap nlwnys passed his tliuuib along
edge of each from hilt to tin. As
uld so he drew out 11 mirrnw steel uii
whloh was cvllod on a spring In th
handle. The nipt- bad n hole lu.tli
mil which i-itught mi the point uiiil
held It lu phn-e. and II completely
shielded the edge. After the walking:
wns over It wns quietly relcnseil ns ihV
swords wore being tnketi out and ttew
up Into the handle again The weapon1
could then he passed nroiiud for !h
sH-ctlotl. Most iH'nple stipiosel tliB'jfj
the Jap used some chemical to toughen
his soles, but the truth wna as I hjv1
stated." Nuw Orleans Tliucs.UtmJb-i
"Itetnember. boys." said the teacher,
"that lu the bright lyxleuu of youth
theie'H no such wont us fait."
Aftur n few mous-uts n boy ntlteil
"Wnll. what Is ll. my taiir asked thei
"I wns merely going to auggwt,"rt
piled the youngster, "that If shell Is thfer
case It would lie advisable to write tor
tbo publishers or that lexicon Hnd call
their attention to the omission."
One way to bear a pin drop la to
heat It red hot nnd drop ll Into a keg
of powdor-l'lilladelphla Itewll.
Dear testlfHeny (0 fhe
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