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De'. Johnson and Fruit.
The return of the strawberry seu
,was always heartily welcomed by
Johnson, for, as he once declared,
strawberries and cream he never ce
have too much. Fortunately he so
times had opportunity to indulge
tate to the full, for his friend,
Taylor of Lichfield, whom ho <
trived when possile to visit at str|
berry time, was rather a noted I
grower, and when at his house it i
as .Tohnson said, with gusto. "Str:
berries and cream, toujours strawl
ries and cream!" A voracious eate1
any time, Johnson's appetite for I
;was almost limitless. Mrs. Thb
tells us that he used often to est
a dozen peaches before breakfast,
then frequently she bad heard
complain that never in all his life
he quite as much wall fruit as he
sired, save once. The exceptional
casion was during a visit to Lordi
dys' seat at Ombersley. The ea
quantity he then devoured has
been recorded, but he was accuse<
clearing a whole wall side.-Pall 3
. The Light of Crystals.
-All diamonds do not shine tn
dark after exposure to sunlight or
tie light, but some do to a remark:
degree. A diamond rubbed wit]
woolen cloth or against a bard
face will sometimes shine brilliat
The emission of light is a property
longing to many tf not all kind
A variety of white marble fount
Hastings-on-the-udsonl. N. Y., g
out a flame colored glow when poi
ed and bright flashes when scrat<
with steel. In northern New Yor
found a kind or stone known 1oc
as 'hell fire rock." which exhj
bright sulphur colored streaks i
scratched in the dark. Pieces of
quarts rubbed together exhibit
liant flashes. sometimes bright enc
to illuminate the hands of the pe;
holding them. Smoked quarts
other varieties sometimes show a:
liar phenomenon. - Chicago Rec
Herald. -___ _
Anna Maria Wihelmina Pieke
in her memoirs, edited by her
tells a Yorkshire incident which
talus a great deal of human nal
Variety spices life. The plan is me
onous until its extent entities it to
name of prairie or desert and it g
Interest through vastness.
There was an old couple in the
lage whom I used often to go to
One day when I found them siti
One on each side of the fire, the
man said to me:
"Well. t'missis and me, we've1
married nigh on fifty years. and w
liever had one quarreli'
The old woman looked at mei
a twinkle in her eye and said:
"It war varie conscientious, but i
invited a Snub.
Clara-I overheard Mr. Bimberly
to a friend the other evening the
was a pretty young lady. Mau
Well, you are pretty young; but
course, you are growing older 4
At the Lowest Point
Sometimes bit'. a mighty good ti
to be de lowes' spoke in de whee
fortune; you jes' 'bleedged to come
no matter which way de wheel tr
-,.a11y Ryland. -
Low ready to show
,r gotten together, a
te the pleasure of si
ry attractive and us
. White Madras, 36 inches wide, Special 8 2c.
Price ... .............. ..... ......8 12c
*... .. *. .. ...................... 7 c .
r these three days we will offer you Poe
Mill Bleach, in 10 to 20 yd. lengths, yd 7c.
1-2c. Bleaching,:Cambric and Canon
Cloth, yard ....................... 9ce
ursday. Friday and Saturday only, we
offer all our 12 1-2c. Cambric, Canon
Cloth and Bleach, the yard..... ...... C.
idies' Tail' red Skirts and Coat Suits
We would like the pleasure of showing you
r Up-to-date Stock of Suits. the Famous I. S.
ne, Tailored in Cleveland-none better. Skirts
Lupin Voiles, Manish Cloths, Serges, Panamas,
c Suits in Serges, Manish Clotbs, Etc. The
ry best in workmanship and styles-prices
Olothing, Shoes, HaI
I A Brid, and Her Dowry. @
50 ~ he first colonial mint was establih
Dr. edins 1612. but It worked only in bas
Qf Forty years later Massachusetts en- f
uld tered upon the business of coining
me- money. I
his The Fine Tree shilling Is not only *f
Dr. Ia port of the history, but of the ro- .~ f
en- mance of the colonies as well. The of- ~ J
w- $cers of the mint, or perhaps It would -
ruit be better to say-the mill, from which
ras St was issued were John Hull and
w- Robert Saunderson. They coined for I ~The
er- the colony, but exacted a toll for their -~
r at work, just as the man who ground ,'
ruit rain for his neighbors was wont to .9
eale do. Their profits were said to be enor
sal mous, and more than once it was sug- -~
and gested that a new arrangement should
him be made. They were satisged, how
had ver, to keep atlitin the old way. ?
@e- After John Hill's daughter had been ]
o- married to Samuel Sewell the old mint '
Ian- master Invited all the wedding guests
tact nto one of the rooms of his house,
not where he instructed his daughter to
I of get on to an Improvised platform at *$ Ch
Wa the end of a pair- of steelyards. In
a tub at the other side the old man
poured Pine Tree shillings until the -
scales balanced. -There, samt." he1
the said. -take her and her dowry. it's -~
le- not every bide that's worth her weight E
abl in silver."-P'hladelphia TPelegraph.
sur- .Soft Capped Projectiles.
itly. Many persons know that certain ar
be- mor piercing shells have soft metal *
I of caps on the polnt. with the~ result of
greater effectivenes's over those not so -~
I at provided. but t be way in which the
Ives cap acts Is iet ge'nerally well under- *
2nd- stood. A needie may be driven into a
,hed board with a hammner when It is thrust
k s through a~ cork. whereas It would B r
ally break off unsupported. Many hare
thits thought that the soft cap supports the '
ben hard point of the projectile In the same . 9
rose way. A British authority who has
bril- gIven much study to the mutual action
>Ugh of the projectile and armor states that
rsonl a shell frequently falls because of theA
and fact that a very small piece of the
sim- poInt Is forced back into the mass. thus
ord splitting It. A larger pIece Is then
similarly forced back, and so on. The
main advantage of the soft cap, In the
opinion of this authority, Is to prevent ~e'
'ing, such splitting.-Harper's Weekly.
C0D Praise For the Sardine. .'r,
Unr. It Is encouraging In these days. when
inot- everything nice Is condemned by scien- We I
the tI~c faddists as nasty, to have t he high Wire tha1
ails authority of the London Laneet In
support of the popular theory that the w
Vi-sardine Is of great dietetic value. The
Se- sardine is good, the Lancet tells us. where as
jzE' because, for one thing. It encouraiges
old the consumption of oil, which tends to IWe I
avoid "many Ills, and especially those
ee associated with wasting diseases andte.
G7V gouty dispositions." This consumption
of sardine oil, it adds. "prevents the W
ith overloading of the tissues with nitrog- Shells an
enous waste products, and a digest
ible fat favors nutrition considerably. We h
The sardine supplies also an excellent
proportion (25 per cent) of nitrogenous Inf
~material, and so it becomes a real and
Seconomical food. In addition to this nieet comn
sthe sardine has appetizing qualities,
oand where appetite serves digestion w
The Measure of 'His 'iitlinuce.
EFIdo's Mistress (sobbing)-l've lost
my dog-my sweet little innocent pet!
an Friend--'m so sorry! Have you put
ny an advertisement In the newspaper? P
u~p, Fido's Mistress-Oh, what would be
ins- the use? The poor darling doesn't :
mnw how to Tad"-Woman's Homie
you our immense Ne
ndwith all these go(
aowing you and to mal
eful Merchandise at S1
(96) Sea Island Sheeting .for .........61-2c.
Thursday Friday and Saturday, e offer 12c.
loc Sea Island Sheeting fo . .. -c.
loc. Dress and Apron Ginglim's 8 1-3c.
For the three days we sell all our0c. Dress 1
and Apron Ginghamns, the Yard ....... 81-3c.
25c. Leno Stripe Poplin and White Goods
for............................ ... 19Cv.
There is a Kabo Corset made to suit you. Get
it from us, $1.00 to 85.00.
Progress Cloths for Boys. Square yourself
with your boy by fitting him out with a Progress
Suit. He will be proud to wear a Progress Suit,
and you will feel proud of him with one on. They
fit, wear and retain their shape. Sizes from 4 to
17 years. They cost no more than others and are
7s, Caps, Notions, Uni
er and Merchandise t]
Clarendon Garage and Machine Co.
;olicits the patronage of the public for any work
n the machinery line. We have an expert mach
nist who has served his time at the trade, and
e are prepared to handle the most intricate
dnd of machinery work.
We are agents for the following Automobiles:
imers. R. C. Hiubb, Maxwell. Everett,
Ford. and the Hupmobile.
We make Automrobiles a specialty, and keep
>nl hand supplies of all kinds including
Oils and Gasoline.
All work turned out by us is with a guarantee.
ind our prices. are mnoderat. Give us a tral.
I, HARVIN, A. S. LACHIOOTTE.
ishi to announce to our~ fr ends arnd the public genera
we are better fitted now to serve you than ever bef<
are more than two Carloads of Wire Fence and Ba
must be sold.
ave a car of McCormick Mowers and Rakes, known et
are a full line of Ranges and Stoves. every one gun
avc by far the largest and most complete stock of G
: Sporting goods in the county.
ave the largest stock of Crockery and Glassware in t<
t, you will find every department complete. and pric<
ant all to give us a trial.
wdi ardwaim e Co- aly
I OUR NEW
w Fall Merchandise.
)d points you will find
ce your visit one of wo
>ecial Prices for
For Thuasday, Friday and Saturday, we
offer all our 256. White Goods and
Leno Stripe Poplin at the yard ..... 1 .
90-inch Linea Sheeting at............... 74c.
$1.00 Bed Sheets for............. ....... 73c
For these three Special Days we offer $1.00
Sheets, full 81X90 size, at ....... ... 7 c
Pillow Cases at .................... . .. 7c.
Mens' Womens' and Children's Shoes.
The man who cares. will wear Florsheim
Shoes. They fit the feet, retain their shape, look
good all the time and are better-All leathers and
The Geo. G. Snow Shoe for Men. Gun, Cilf,
Tan, Patent and Vici, both button and lace-$4.00.
The Shoes that is totally different.
lerwear, Hosiery, Fur
iat is Better. It Pays
1 The Or
sold in- Manning. at
:Tanls, Plotent Leath
:and Button---AII size
The Neatest and best
our prices the most re
rth and profit to you.
, 13, 14-3
25c. All-Linen Towels at.............. .. 20c.
Thursday~, Friday~ and Saturday, all Linen
Tohvrl1, full sie, Figured or Hemmed 20C.
Special Ied ucioU on all Blankets. We have
the largest line of All-Wool and mixed
wool and Cotton Blankets we have ever
* e~b b v - 75c.
shown. K1. Crib Blankets at ........ 7c
10-4 Sheeting, unb er.cbed, Thursday. Fri- 25c.
day and Ssturday, h yard ....... .c
The women that likes to wear Shoes that fit
the feet and look dressy all the time will wear
our Dolly Madison, made and fully guaranteed
under our own brand. We have them in Velvets,
Gun, Cali, Vici. and Patents. in buttons and lace.
R. T. Woods' Children Shoes. conceded to be
the best ever made for Children. We show them
in most styles and leathers. Other good Shoes
from $1.00 up.
nishing Gooods, Etc.,
to Trade at
$8.00, $3.50 and $4.
3r, Vici Kids and GuE
~s. For sale only at
3E AGUH a'
We are offer'
00 a par i