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ANIW&LS YOU OUGHT TO KNOW
like Br'er rabbit, who thinks him
self safe when he hides his head,-the
kob, a- long-legged, long-horned na
tive of the ast African hiUs, duoks
into the nearest river when he hears
the huntsman's "wild, halloo" ttstead.
of taking to his heals and getting out
of danger's way.
, Sportsmen have little trouble ia
"taking down" the timid kob, but
when they get him they haven-rt got
very much, asnis flesh is poor eating
and his long, shaggy red coat is qf lit-'
tie value as fur. Like all other specks
of antelope, the Jtob is rapidly diaap
pearing, and the great herds K that
once roved over the -African veldts
' have beenTeduced to small, scattered
- o o
Telegraphic" news i&j-tothe effect
that, every night, JEtock,efeHer goes
down on his knees forsspiritual ad
vice. Thte will sort of prepare ms
for John's claim, later dii, that those
Colorado murders were the will" of
SKSr-Be careful how you ktes me.
If y Utile brother may be looking.
Her Don't worry aboutiittle broth
erhe's ..out on the porch speoaln
with my little, stater.