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Closing; Exercises Little Mountain H
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("loslner Exercises Little Mountain Hi*
May 2.?, 1914, s:30 P. M.-Minatun
* Will-o'-the-Wisps . .> :
Spiri' of the Dawn
Midsummer eve, a musical fairy pte
midsummer eve in search of fairiesis
cap ured by the little elves and bi
t'he fairies?here she is made Prince:
amused by the flowers and elves unti
misses her court and sends Dorothy 1
again next midsummer eve.
USE SAND FOR TOWEL
\avajos Also Substitute Sweat Bath
It has already been indicated that j
the great desideratu mof the Navajo ,
country is >vater. A perrennial water ;
famine is not conducive to habits of j
bodily cleanliness; and a real bath in
real water is something that the average
Navajo knows nothing of, says the
Christian Herald. Nevertheless, these
Bedouins of the south-west realize that ;
~2l thorough cleansing of the body is
necessary, and have invented a mem- ;
od of accomplishing that end that is
well adapted to.the land of thirst in!
which the-y dwell. This is the sweat
A miniature hogan is built of sticks j
of wood, and banked up with earth un- ^
wonder worker; it n
ceeps everything jus
time and is cleanly t
; one simple art of di
toves all dust, dirt, s
:hes, smudges and im
iller, kills Flies, Bed
Roaches, Ants, IV
Chicken Mites, an
IR GOODS FOR SAME Mi
Book and Oj
? Varietv iSl
-louse of a Thousand T
iih Sclioul, 3F.JV 2(5. 1914, S:30 P. >r.
Welcome P etty Primrose
Milledge Shealy j
Harold Wise J
Louise Shealy j
' Mi. nie Lee Shealy ;
Qnrincr . n >r !
, Supt. J. E. Swearingen ]
[odals and Hon rs.
iiction. / j
rii School (tiummar School Department j
? Wedding?Cantata: .Midsummer Eve )
Es elie wneeier
Six Girls !
. Luetta Wheeler
ly?Dorothy wanders from home on
-is led to forest by will-o'-the wisps? |
ought to 'he court <cT Mab, queen of
>s For-ger-me-not of 'Fairyland?She is '
1 the coming of dawn. Queen Mab dis- ,
lome with the request mat sne come j
til it is airtight, with the exception of !
an opening large enough to admit tne .
body. A tire is built outside, in which i
large stones are heated red hot. Tnen !
these are placed in the s veathouse, in i
a position in which the bather will be ;
unlikely to come in contact with them. i
Then the candidate for a bath crawls j
in, keeping his head in the open air. j
One or more heavy blankets are placed
over the opening and tightly around !
the neck of the occupant of the sweat- '
house to prevent the escape of t.ie
heated air. The Indians remain in the
sweathouse for several hours, perspi:'-(
ing with incredible freedom. When j
they emerge they dry tnemseives by
rubbing with the hot sand of the desert.
As a cleansing agent, the sweat
bath would be hard to beat, although
it is a rather heroic substitute for the j
tub bath of civilization. Nevertheless, j
Eiakes | I
>t like ' I
o use. |
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loths, | |
id ail I
ONEY j I
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it opens the pores of the skin, promotes
circulation and has much to recommend
it in preference to the practice
of tie numbers or some other
tribes, of never taki.;g a bath at all.
3IiteheI Discusses "Silence Policy.
Apropos of his policy of silence,
Mayor Mitchel, of New York, said at
"In silence there is safety. They who
w^nt ^pinions of.en get opinions they
don't wo .t. Take the young planner's
"A young Mississippi planter had a
servant. Uncle Jeff, who 'had cared ror
him as a child and who was very de- i
voted to him. The young man became !
engaged to a neighboring beauty, who,
was credited wi ii a very bad temper..
Noticing that Uncle Jeff never men-j
tij.ied his approaching marriage, the,
young planter said one day:
" 'J -ff. y ;u kn^w I'm going to marry ;
.Miss Lamar?*' * j
'Yes. was the reply, I knows it.'
"'1 haven't heard you say any.hing
about it.' persisted ;he planter.
' 'No.* Jeff acknowledged. 'Tain': for
me to say nuthi.i' about it. I isn"; got.
Biffin* to say.
" *Bu: what's your .pinion about it?";
"' Well, massa,' said Jeff with some
hesitation. 'You kn vws one thing?the
most pisenest snakes has got the most
Worth the Trouble.
N>\v York Weekly.
Clam?Isn': it perfectly lovely?this
higher eudcation for women?
Clara?The papers say 80 per centt
oi* college graduates get married.
The Home Virtues.
"Mrs. Peterby says she believes in j
all the modern home virtues."
'1 suppose she refers to playing j
bridge, ueglec.ing the children and
quarreling with the servants.''
In the Swim, Though. x
New York Times. :
Agnes?Miriam can neither see,;
walk, nor sit down. ,
"A man passed a away recently who
was more than 100 years old."
'When a man lives that long the i
w-fiar and tear on his favorite anecdote
mu&: be considerable." |
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I A Complete Itin
DICKENS "LITTLE NELL" DEAD j
>Irs. Harriet Tice Said She Was Origr- i
Inal in Famous Novel.
London Cable to New York Sun.
Mrs. Harriet Tice. who said she was j
the original of Dickens' Little Nell in '
"The Old Curiosity Shop," is dead.
She was b"rn in 1S27 in a house 1
which, it has been asserted, was the
original of "The Old Curiosity Shop." i
Mrs. Ticp said rhat her fa'her, John !
Pepperell was the original of Lit-1
tie Sell's grandfather.
Faith Kept One Eye Open.
A Methodist parson, called to preach
at an out-of-the-way town in California, !
- ? ^ ? ^ Antorin O" 'hp mil- I
was iniuniifu, uciuic ^
pit, that 'he must be careful, as many j
of the assembled congregation were
"roughs," and would not hesitate to
pull him from the pulpit if hfs remarks !
did nor suit them, says the National 1
The minister made no reply, but!
having reached the sacred desk ne j
rook from his pocket two revolvers and j
placing one on each side of tJhe Bible, j
gave a sharp glance around the room 1
and said, "Let us pray."
A more orderly service was never j
Who Gets the Medals?
Ladies Home Journal.
"I understand that you have a fine j
track team here,'' said the visitor to j
the guide who was showing him
through the college. "What individual
holds the most medals?"'
The guide pondered. "Well, sir,"
he said, "I guess it is the pawnbroker
ra Falls, Ca
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gah, Niagara Falls,
Islands, Rapids of the St
ncy Falls, St. Anne de B'ea
untains, Summit Mt, W<
Boston and New York.
)ays in Bost
erary at Minimum Cost for ei
g and Instructive travel.
icted by Mr. C. H. Gattis and
S TOURIST AC
RALEIGH, N. C.
Seaboard Air Line Ry. Writ
How He T?ok a Shot.
S!ie threw things at him all his life, ;
And one day Mr. Henpeck said:
"Your aim's g:od now, but dear friend
I h)pe you'll miss me when I'm
dead." . j
?Cincinnati Enquirer, j
Havard Lampoon. |
Then1 are two reasons why some'
people don't mind their own business.;
One is that :hey have't any mind, j
the other that rheji. haven': any business.
Bostcn Transcript. I
T.ie tall man entered the drug store
? j -vnf Vile \irot/-?Vi l< . eninnarfi 1
cl X1U Lclrwiifc, (JUL. mo ? CA ivn iu vwu<j?. . j
i: \vi~h the clock, he remarked, "I'
think my watch is run down."
"Let me recommend our sar-1
saparailla, sir,'' said the. clerk at the '
A Cut Out.
Ii was a few days before Christmas
in one cf New York's large books
Clerk?What is it, please?
Customer?I would like Ibsen's "A |
Clerk?To cut out.?
" " "7 ~ ? Exchange.
"1 reckon you saw some pretty high
buildings when ycu were in New
York." said Hi Grass.
"Should say I did," replied Si Hay.
"Why, 1 was in one building that was j
so high thai you ?ad to take an ele-j
vator to get up to the basement."
ghteen days of Rest,
chaperoned by Mrs.
te for Booklet.
Making: Ti:em Dance l p?
Detroit Free Press.
"I always said that the child would
be a great help to her parents when
she grew up."
"Now she's teaching them hesitation.''
j # ? .
"1 never see that man bur 'he man
ages to get on my nerves."
"Who is he?"
"Where do you suppose is :he best;
place to give one of these dancing
"I should suppose on some coffee
In His Fat State.
? "It is said that a worm will eat 20
times i's own weight from sunrise to
"Then what's the use of being an
early bird? Bet:er ketch the worm
at the end of the day."
actually mfllloM 9
IS and million* of \
from one or^ro ^
and Into the blood, r
DR. BELL'S A
Antiseptic Salve \
applied rleht away would have killed thoae few A
aermi and kept these milkons from being bora. T
To have a 25c. box of this salve ready for emer- A
fancies, ask for Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Saiv. ?
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