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. F. CURRAN, Publisher.
WAYSVILLB, - - KENTUCKY
Tho ponce serum docs not Boom to
hare takon In Europo.
Nothing withstands tho cold broozoa
'Uko a young girl's whlto shoos.
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AT fHE LAUNCHING OF THE" BATTLESHIP NEW YORK
.Undo Sam is short 3,000,000 girls'.
That numbor is needed to match tho
Plenso noto that tho burglar whom
somebody smashed in tho faco with a
pio got away with it.
A woman gots a hat to lit her faco.
Tho fit that tho man gots is propor
tional to tho bIzo of tho bill.
Tho latest thing in dancos is tho
"horse trot." And probably tho next
thing to It is tho nightmare.
Somo experts doclaro that tho hob
blo skirt makes our women knock
kneed. Wo aro from Missouri.
Poison ivy io full of lovoly color In
tho autumn, but no ono should carry
it homo because of its loveliness.
Los Angeles complains of a school
book famine, but tho small boys of
that city nre bearing up bravely.
Thoy aro going to mnko dollar bills
smaller. Tho grocery man attended
to that littlo detail somo tlmo ago.
A New York man had his namo
changed from Arestad to Nightingale.
Ho certainly selected a bird of a namo.
If tho plan to employ pollcowomen
for Chicago Is circled out wo may ex
pect tho crooks to go to carrying mice.
A REAL THANKSGIVING
By DONALD ALLEN.
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FROM left to right President Taft, Secretary of tho Navy Geo. von L. Meyer, MIbb Elsie Calder, who christ
ened tho bnttleShlD. and MlSS Kfltllleen JiMtZP-nrnlrl wlin notnrl no nnmni- irlrl
ened tho battleship, and Miss Kathleen Fitzgerald, who acted as flower girl
Tho limit of criticism is reached
when ono woman says of another:
"Why, sho doesn't oven mnko her own
Ma'thematics tell us tho birthdays
wo havo been celebrating are frauds
But everybody over 30 knew that already.
Parisian beauties aro to bo yellow
of faco Instead of pink and white. One
moment, please, whllo wo change complexions.
APACHES ARE FREED
Government to Select Reserva
tion in Wes. for Indians.
A contribution of two centB was re
ceived by tho Washington conscience
fun. Bot tho fellow who seat it looks
like it, too.
A Colorado man had fifteen hlvcB
robbed of honey at ono tlmo. He
must bo cultivating tho stlngless va
riety of bee.
A Boston doctor says tho women of
that town aro not knockkneed. And
he talks like a man who knows where
of ho speaks.
Tribe Long Held Prisoner of War
After Conflict With Mexicans and
Americans Never Mixed
, Somebody Is advertising an appara
tus for cooking over a gas Jet, but he
Is no friend to tho woman who has a
hall bedroom to let
Thero will always bo a difference
between unlaundored money and
tainted money, with plenty of people
v J ready to grab either.
SYcnch expert says that the fam-
dqomed within a half-century
jh the automobile Wonder what
a rate ho figures.
fho largest stone statue In tho
yorld Is in Japan. It Is forty-four feet
rmgn, wnicu proDamy accounts ior oe
fact that it Is still there.
A California judge refused alimony
to n woman who refuses to cook for
her spouso. If she's still cooking for
him,-what need of alimony?
A Chicago brldo ran away because
her husbnnd would not buy her a new
feather for her hat. Trifles have be
fore now overturned empires.
Tho woman conductor on Philadel
phia's street cars is called a cashier
by courtesy. This Is, however, no
slam on conductors in general.
A German specialist claims that tel
ephones make tho modern man crazy.
Until ho spoke, it was generally be
lieved tho operators wcro responsible.
A New York man was flned for
Bwearlng when tickled by a young
woman's hat feathers. Wrong word.
- Ho evidently wasn't tickled.
Tho FIdo muff is tho latest armful
affected by feminine caprico. De
ceased pets do not, however, enter in
to tho composition of this elegant
As a suggestion to a means of pre
venting so many drownings in the
United States navy, It might be a
. J rood liloa to teach tho sailors hnvr tn
, ' ' i
', DVT ill.
Tho man who married a girl under
fichool ago and is now obliged under a
fine to boo that his wlfo goes to school
regularly, is somewhat wiser slnco tho
fine Was imposed, and perhaps ho is
obliged to get his own meals.
Milk makes an admirable hair
tonic, according to tho same prima
donna who lately discovered tho $16,-
000 lump of ambergris. Thus Is It
' -"wi that grand opera Is a terrible
on IhoMnventlvo powers of tho
Tho statement of tho comptroller of
the currency that a dollar bill usually
last about fourteen months is not In
line with experience out this way. A
dollar bill lasta just long enough to go
A boy, mistaken by an enthusiastic
hunter for an opossum, was shot and
kitted Ono remarkable thing about
tfcete accidents, which now mako a
regular feature oC the shooting season,
Ui9 aecatate aim of tin buntor who
. pjrar fall M kit when k alma at a
Oklahoma City, Okla. MaJ. H. L.
Scott, representing the war depart
ment, and Lieut. Ernest Stockcr,
Anadarko agent, representing the de
partment of tho Interior, were ap
pointed to select tho new homes for
tho 269 Apache prisoners of war held
by the United States government at
Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
The last session of congress granted
liberty to theso Indians, after holding
thom prisoners of war for twenty-six
years, and tho committee of two will
select for them an open reservation
somewhere In tho west, but tho prob
abilities aro that their new homo will
not bo within tho boundaries of either
New Mexico or Arizona. A reserva
tion in either of those states might
incite in tho snvago Apacho Indians
a memory of their forefathers' con
quests and defeats, within thoso
boundaries, and render their rclmprls-
Tho Apache trlbo Is one of tho few
tribes thnt nover assimilated tho
white man's way of living, and slnco
tho year of 1853 havo not been on
friendly terms with any member of
tno white race.
In that year ono division of tho six
branches Into which tho tribo Is
divided, went from tho eastern line of
Arizona, where thoy were ranging,
Into Old Mexico on a trading expedi
tion. When near the outpost of tho
Kas-ki-yeh they camped, and, leaving
their women and children, proceeded
toward Casa Grande. Citizens from
that town met them and entered Into
a treaty of peaco with them, though
tho Mexican government had placed
a prlco upon their heads, paying $100
for a warrior, $50 for a squaw and
$25 for a dead Indian child.
While In Casa Grande, trading,
Mexican soldiers took advantage of
their absence from camp and set up
on tho defenseless women and chil
dren, killing all within camp. When
tho warriors returned In tho evening
tno Mexican soldiers opened flro upon
them and tho Apaches, being armed
with bows and arrows, wcro exter
minated, excepting Goronlino, who at
that tlrr.o was a young brave, and one
other Apache. In Uils massacre Ger
onlmo lost his wlfo nnd child, and,
according to hi own statement made
after ho became a prisoner of war
of the United States, ho swore eter
nal hostility to all Mexicans.
Geronlmo returned to Arizona and
sought aid from tho other five Apache
tribeB, In neeklng revengo on the
Mexicans. Tho citizens of Casa
Grando sent him a disclaimer of all
knowledgo of tho massacro of his
peoplo after they had entered into tho
trading treaty with his band In Old
Mexico, but Geronlmo could nover un
derstand how it was tho citizens had
no control over thoso actB of tho
soldiers, and from that year until 188C
made annual raids upon tho settle
ments within 300 miles of tho north
ern boundary of Mexico.
Tho Apaches, whllo on their excur
sions to Mexico, ran off somo cattle
that vero in charge of white cowboys,
and shortly thereafter United States
troops mado their appearances, and
tho Apaches always professed to be
lieve thoy camo in responso to the
Mexican government's appeal for aid
in exterminating tho Apaches.
Geronlmo dlod about eighteen
months ago, and most of tho old race
of warriors had preceded him to tho
grave, and now tho general govern
ment believes tho younger generation
can bo onco more trusted to run at
largo on an open reservation.
The failure of tho Apacho Indians to
assimilate tho ways of civilization
which finally resulted in their becom
ing prisoners of war, was no doubt
duo in a large measure to tho ascend
ency ueronimo naa over tho mem
SEVERE TESTS ARE RtffiED
Seven Hundred Candidates for Aero
nautic Corps Must Undergo Rigid
Examinations In Parle.
Paris. Tho 700 candidates far
Franco's flying corps aro to bo sub
jected to very severo tests at tho
physical examination ordered by tho
ministry of war.
Among tho requirements aro pop
feet vision, normal color sense, sharp
hearing nnd absolute soundness of tho
organs of respiration and circulation
F I was a girl I wouldn't go
wnlktnir ton tnr." sulci old
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uncio uoDori ns a gin oi
20 passed him on her way
down to tho gato of the
"And why not?" sho ask
ed as she almost camo to a
"Well, according to my Ideas, It's
going to rain and snow and blow and
hail, and when tho storm does break
she's going to bo a buster. You llvo
in tho city and don't know anything
about tho storms wo havo out horo.
l'vo soon it when wo didn't havo a
train along for four straight dayB."
"I wanted to go to the postofflco to
mail a letter."
"It's threo miles thoro and back,
and if I was you I'd put it off. Mebbo
Bomebody'll bo passing that you can
send It by. Tomorror's Thanksgiving,
you know, and wo aro going to havo
tho awfulest, biggest, nicest dinner
anybody ever set down to. It's In
your honor, you know. There'll bo a
turkey, a duck and a chicken; there'll
be cranborry sass, pumpkin pies, cur
rant Jell, sweet cider and applo dump-
Hn's; there'll bo "
"I think I'll Just walk a Utile ways,
anyhow," said tho girl as she opened
tho gato and passed down the highway
towards tho vlllago and tho railroad
"And If you como homo as wet as a
hen don't say I didn't warn yo. It's
going to come, and it's going to bo a
Half an hour later, a middle-aged
woman with a motherly face and
volco camo out on tho stepB and ask
ed: "Pa, do you reckon It's goln to
"Sure no ducks."
"Oh, she's gone for a snnter. I give
her warning. What's sho wantin' to
mail a letter for? I hain't mallod a
bers of his trlbo, whom ho kept con
stantly avenging the wrongs he and
his relatives suffered at tho hands of
the Mexicans and Americans.
" i It is specified particularly that no
ELECTRIC WIRES IN HIS BED
So Sea Captain Believed and Fired a
Volley to Awaken Citizens In
New York. Charles Hocscr, a re
tired sea captain, blazed away with a
rlflo nnd revolver from his window In
tho Astoria. Neighbors called Police
man Mindhelm, who mado his way
cautiously to Hoeser's door. Tho cap
tain confronted him, with tho rovolver
and rlflo ready for nction. a grizzled,
"Oh, you've como at last, havo you?"
ho said. "I'vo been trying to attract
a policeman for fifteen minutea.
Someone has put a lot of electric wires
and bntterles In my bed and I want
you to take them out. And I want
you tc arrest whoevor put them
Mindhelm took the captain before
Magistrate Leach, in Long Island city
police court, who held him in $500 ball
for examination. Tho captain owns
tie houso In which he lives and othor
realty in th5 neighborhood.
men who havo to wear spectacles
shall do any flying, a rule made tho
more Interesting because somo or the
world's most notnblo airmen, past and
present, wore or now wear glasses.
Tho candidates aro now learning to
fly at tho government nerodromes,
somo of them as pilots of dlrlglblo bal
loons, but tho majority as individual
aeroplane pilots. Tho test Is to bo
moro sovere for operators of aero
planes than for balloon aeronauts
MAD DOG SPREADS RABIES
Horses, Cattle and Hogs Are Bitten
by Rabid Animal Near Hoi
Warrensburg, Mo. A mad dog in
tho farming community south of Hoi-
den bit hogs, cattlo, horses and mules
nnd infected them with rabies. Six
head of cattlo belonging to ono far
mer have slnco died of hydrophobia
and another reports tho loss of ten
hogs. A scoro of other farmers re
port tho loss of horsos, hogs cattlo
and mules. Tho animals show un
mistakable signs of hydrophobia and
havo to bo shot In order to protect
other animals from Infection. The
farmers aro also exterminating all tho
HERCULES STEALS BIG SAFE
r--3 I yrrr-. -. .
Porch Climber Tosses Strongbox From
Window of Resldenco In
Chicago. Wllmetto was visited by
a "Hercules porch climber," who en
tered tho homo of Albert Bersbach.
trcasuror of tho Mnnz Engraving com
pany, at C30 Washington street. Wll
mettc, nnd with apparently littlo ef-
from tho window to tho ground. The
strong.nrmed robber was accompanied Mlnneapolitan Is Charged With Steal
The robber that entered tho houso was
a very daring fellow. Ho turned on
tho lights whllo ho worked nnd disre
garded tho fuss mnde by our dog. Tho
safo did not contain anything of value
to them, but I think thoy wero prompt
ed upon their last visit 'to return and
take tho safe."
LOOT KNOWS NO LIMITS
by a medium-sized companion, who
was armed with a rovolvor to mako up
for what ho lacked In physical make
up. Tho latter stood guard at tho
foot of n stolen painter's ladder, whllo
"Hercules" entored tho residence.
"The robbers, ono of whom was the
strongest and largest man that ever
visited this suburb, stole a ladder In
tho neighborhood nnd entered tho sec
ond story of my resldenco at about
0:15 o'clock last evening," enld Mr.
BerBbach today. "Tho robbers aro
evidently tho snmo men who entered
my houso less than two weeks ago
and stolo Jewelry valued at a couplo
of hundred dollars. Tho strength of
tho man who entered tho houso was
amazing. He took up tho safe, which
weighs about 150 or 200 pounds, and
throw it to tho lawn ns If It were a
"My son-in-law, David F. Anderson,
was at homo with my wife and daugh
ter, and they thought they henrd somo
one upstairs. Mr. Anderson started
upstairs, and on tho steps assured
himself some one was tn tho houso.
He went down to Inform somo neigh
bors, nnd as ho left tho hou.io ho was
covered by a rovolver held by tho man
on watch, who raised his overcoat to
his faco to hide his features. An au
tomobllo was awaiting thom noar by,
and they made their escape in It.
Ing Everything From a Pollywog
in Aiconoi to uime and Ether.
Minneapolis: Loot, tho variety of
which Is said to be the most marked
1- tho history of the Minneapolis po
lice department, according to oflldalB,
has been recovered by tho police from
tho homo of Stanley Wartkess, who
was placed under arrest. Tho goods,
which according to tho police was'
stolon from a hospital and two hotols
whoro Wnrtkess worked, range from a
pollywog in alcohol to a Diblo, and
from artificial flowers to ether. Silver,
linen and clothing worth $1,000 are
said to havo been taken by Wartkess
whilo employed at the hotels.
FOG DOESN'T RESPECT KINGS
How the Late Edward VII. Walked to
Buckingham Palase by Light
London. Ttecenty the king hnd the
experience of driving homo from tho
theater with torchbearers tramping in
front. Tho Incident recalls tho most
curious sight in a pretty varied Lon
tlroi,'.""? dow St. James street
j'Mrir one fojify sisV, BMhejnMdt
of King Edward's reign, I was sur
prised, writoB a correspondent, by n
great glaro of torches, nnd thoro
emerged silently from the fog a num
ber of mon, Uko footmen, bearing
torches, and behind them n group of
gentlemen In cloaks surrounding some
ono walking hoavlly In the middle,
and another body of torchbearers
brought up tha rear.
The pcrsonago in tho middle was
revealed by the torches as King Ed
ward and the party woyod slowly and
BRIDGE TO BE MONUMENT
Minister of Belgium Pays $200,000
on Structure to Stand as Hla
Boston. Lars Anderson, minister to
nelglum, has paid $200,000 to tho state
treasurer to build th'j Anderson bridge,
between Boston and Cambridge, noar
tho Harvard stadium. Tho brldgo la
given in memory of Mr. Anderson's
father, Nicholas Longworth Anderson
of Cincinnati, a graduate of Harvard
in 1858 and a brigadier general in the
Mall to Buckingham palace. The king
had bo'en dining with Mrs. Georgo
Keppel In Portman square. It was
n curlouu sight to too and mado ono
think of tho London pf Charles II.
letter nor got ono In 20 years, and I
guess I'm about as well off as most
folks. I was going to a3k her but for
Don t you ask her a word about 1
It," cautioned tho wife as she came
down to him. "I guess Minnie's got
something on her mind, and it hnln't
nono of your business. I reckon she'll
tell mo when she gets ready. Least
wise, I hain't goln' to do any pump
"Something on her mind, eh? That's
funny. Didn't know that girls over
had anything on their minds except
new clothes. Is thnt why sho como
visiting us all of a sudden?"
"Nono o' your business! I gijp.a my
own sister's daughter can como and
see mo any time sho takes a notion,
and that without writing ahead.
What's on her mind, as nigh as I can
mako out, Is about a young man. If
I don't toll you you'll worry tho shirt
oft your back. Pa, you got to bo as
poky as an old maid. You can't see
a pillar-case flopping on the clothes
lino but what you want to know "all
iiuuui ii. ies; us aDout a young
man. They aro engaged, nnd they've
hnd n falling out, and sho's sorter run
away from him to find out If ho really
cares for her.
"And she's got scared about it and
has written him a letter to tell whoro
Bho Is?" queried tho husband.
"Go on! It's probably a letter to
her ma, though I didn't seo it nor ask.
I hope Bho didn't start for town. It's
going to storm for suro. and thero
hain't but ono house on tho road
where sho could find shelter. Look
down tho road and see If you can see
"Can't see hide nor hair of any
girl," reported Undo Robert after go
ing out to the highway and taklnr
An hour later, with both undo and
aunt fidgeting about their girl visitor,
the black clouds that bad been
banking up for hours began to advanco
beforo a breazo that soon strengthen
ed into a gale. In flvo minutes the
gray afternoon hnd becomo twilight
In fifteen thoro was cold rain and live
ly hall, and Uncle Robert was" blown
Into tho kitchen to exclaim:
"I told, ho'r It was going to bo a
buBter, and that sho mustn't blame
me. I started down tho read to meet
hor, but Lordy what a storm I I
couldn't got ten rods If I was to dls
Miss Minnlo had reached town and
mailed hor letter nnd started back
again when tho storm broke. Beforo
It camo, aho thought sho could mako
out n human figure on tho road ahead
of her, but wasn't sure. Tho very first
gust picked hor up nnd turnod her
around and deposited her under a
roadside tree. Sho remained thero un
til tho gale bogan to whip the
branches off, and then lot go her hold
and ran for it. Thoro wero limbs fall
ing nil about hor, and tho hall-stones
peppored her until she ran almost
blindly. Sho hndh't gono a quarter of
a mllo when, as sho crouched and cov
ered her face, Bho was struck by a
flying limb and knew no moro.
It was tho dim sight of tho girl and
tho scream 'sho uttered when hit. that
Bont tho man who was clinging to the
roadsldo fenco back Into tho highway.
Ho bent over tho unconscious form
nnd picked It up and staggered back
to tho fenco nnd followed It until ho
saw a light and found tho gate of a
farmhouse. His lusty calls for help
soon brought out a man, and tho
senseless burden was carried Into the
houso nnd received by a woman.
"I don't know who she Is, but I
found her in tho road," explained her
rescuer. "Thero Is blood on hor hair,
and I think sho was struck down."
"We'll do all we can," replied the
man and tho woman together, "but
you mustn't look for much. Wo nre
mighty poor folks. Wo hain't got no
camphor nor whisky, and ns for get
ting a doctor out from tewn It can't
bo dono tonight."
Tho girl was carried into tho only
bedroom and laid on tho only bed,
and when hor wet clothing had been
removed and sho was between tho
sheets, the woman got n cloth and n
basin of water and washed away the
blood and whispered to tho stranger:
"I don't think sho's bad hurt. She's
Just fainted away with tho scare of !t
When bhe opens her eyes I'll tell hor
to go to sleep, and she'll be nil right
In tho morning."
"Do you think it's some young lady
from the villnge?" asked tho stranger
of the fanner as they talked In whis
pers In tho outer room.
"No, I don't reckon so. I reckon It's
that new girl that arrived at Turner'!
a few days ngo. r saw her going to
wards tho villago two hours ago."
"Arrived at Turner's! Say, man. -ire
you sure? Is It a stranga girl to tho
"I've heard say It was Undo Boo'h
niece, and that sho como from tho
city. What alls you. stranger? Does
this storm upset you?"
It wasn't tho storm. Percy Kincaid
had quarreled with tho girl he loved
and had asked to bo his wife. It was
about nothing, almost, as most lovers'
quarrels are, but pride on either side
held off a reconciliation until tho
lover Anally learned that Miss Minnie
had gone on a Journey and left no
word for him. Sho was going to spend
Thanksgiving week In tho country.
Within two days she had relented;
within three he was making every ef
fort to locate her, that he might patch
up a peace. He hnd succeeded. He
was going to throw himself on her
mercy and nsk Undo Robert for a
place at his Thnnksgiving table.
The storm grew fiercer as the night
advanced Tho girl woko nnd then
slept a dreamless sleep, nnd tho lover
had long hours In which to ponder
and think. When another day camo
even the cattlo could not faco tho
storm nor man move from his door.
It was Thanksgiving day. At Uncle
Robert's thero was a feast to be
spread: at Bradley's there was hardly
better than poorhouse faro: But the
victim of tho accident was no longer
In bed, nnd tho rescuer no longer
cared about the woathor, and the
farmer folks looked at each other and
smiled and whispered:
"Even If wo had a turkey and cran
berry sauco I don't believe they'd eat
a slnglo mouthful. They've Just sorter
found each other, and are tickled to
And when at last they could make
their way to Turner's, nnd Uncle Bob
stuttered nnd Aunt Harriot cried for
Joy. Miss Minnie asked in a way that
was almost heartless:
"Why do you take on so?
Ysafti-i a - io-'' '
n Impatient with DacUaohal
irv mr T
Too patiently do
many women en
and urinary ills,
thinking them part'
of woman's lot;
Often it is only
weak kidneys and"
Pills would euro
a ycmiAsnA. case.
Mrs. SInry II. Dliler, Gordon, Nebraska.
sajs: "I hnd sharp, darting pallia all
through mr body and when I nut down my
back was no weak I had to ernap sume-liilns-
for aupuort. Doaii'M Kri-vr I'M
cured mo entirely and ltaprored taf con
dition In etery way." V
Ct Doaa'i at Any Drug Store, EOa a Bo
FOSTER-MILBURNCO.. BuffnUNew York
I'or llt of rhrap farnin, unimproved aerl
cultural lands nnd oil Innda. 60 to 1,000
acres, write O. W. Ilriiun, Jcnrrsun, Texas.
"Don't you think Jack ought to feert'
1 a. 1 . n - ll..t . j
mai cuiuf no is a muc ucmrso. JU
. . . . . 9 iL
"I thought you told mo that maj
was a golden-mouthed speaker." 7
"Well, I had it from his dentist"
Tho village tailor only received oc
casional orders from tho vicar for
such articles as hats, collars, or hand
kerchiefs. "You seo," remarked tho
vicar ono day, having called with his
usual order, "when I want a suit I go
to London. Thoy make them there."
Calling again a few days later, the
vicar remarked that he had not seen
the tailor at church lately.
"No," replied the tailor; "when I
want to hoar a good sermon I go to
London; they preach them thero."
Farms for Children.
Perhaps tho smallest farms in tho
world, each four by eight feet, have
been devised by Mrs. Henry Parsons,
for the International Children's School
Farm league, and demonstrated in
New York. ISach child becomes owner
of his diminutive farm, In which bo
works, grows and harvests seven dif
ferent kinds of vegetables, and theso
are borne by him in triumph to his
family. About each farm Is an lS-lnch
path, which he keeps In order; under
his Instructor It becomes a tiny ob
ject lesEon iu good roads.
His Suspicions Aroused.
Lecturer All statistics prove that
tho blondo woman ispro difficult to
get along with than U vrupetto,.
Astonished Man- In tho Audfeij. .,
(starting up) Aro you certain of, tho
Lecturer It Is a fact , '
Astonished Man Then I believe my
wife's block hair Is dyed.
AUsa What did papa say when you
asked him for my hand?
Alfred Ho said ho gueEsed I'd find
it In the pocket ho carried his money
Often Make the Staunchcst Converts.
had such a lovoly Thanksgiving in nil
(Copyright, 1912. by tho McCIure News
Cause for Congratulation.
"My iow cook broke hor word to
mo to como early."
"Well, If her word to you Is nil sho
breaks In tho houso you aro getting
IT IS EASY TO BE THANKFUL
Celluloid Collars Barred.
Bristol, Pa. The Philadelphia', Brls
tot & Reading Railway company has
Just ruled , against conductors wear
ing celluloid collars because sevornl
have boon nuroed by tho Ignition of.
Urn collars through the blowiu out nf
illeatly dews, tha afreet Alonj vMefl on tlie back platform.
For One ThlnQ You Can Be Thankful
You Are Not a
Thanksgiving Day is tho day when
every ono says ho is thankful, and
wants to eat turkoy to provo it. If you
haven't anything elso to bo thankful
tor, you can ho thankful you aro not
Thanksgiving Day was first observ
ed by tho PllgrlmB, who wero thankful
that thoy had flvo grains of corn
apiece In these extravagant times a
man wouldn't bo thankful If ho had
ten gralnB of corn which shows con
clusively that wo aro too prosperous.
Tho trusts aro doing a uoblo work in
remedying this evil condition.
Peoplo havo various unreasonable
rcasouB for being thankful on Thanks
giving Day. Same men nro thankful
they took n wife, nnd Bomo aro thank
ful they didn't take two. Bachelor
maids nro thankful they are not "hor
rid bachelors," and a married woman
hs a)vayB thankful that her husband
has a good wlfo. It Is easy to
thankful If you go about It right
uut the thing peoplo aro most
thankful for Is their money oven
though thoy camo by It honestly. The
moro a man has, tho moro thnnkful ho
Is that It isn't less; nnd tho less a
man hns, tho loss likely ho is' to be
thankful because It isn't more. Bo
thankful, thorefore. that you haven't
loo much to bo thnnkful for. Turkey
tnBtes all tho better for coming but
onr.o a year. Llpplncott's.
Each Day a Thanksglvlnn.
Thanksgiving oven for tho suprmo
spiritual gift does not find its source
in n sonso of whnt wo hold as our own
but far moro in tho knowledgo that we'
who nre so easily bewildered by empty
and alluring alms nro held, if wo aro
willing, by the risen, living lord, In
bnlanccd sanity nnd service through
his Indwelling. Not what wo hav in
our Keeping, or navo not,
The man who scoffs nt an Idea or ;
doctrino which ho does not fully un- '',
lff.atnrwl tine nf Innat (ltn .vA...n.A t I
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euow wnero ne sinnus.
Tho gospel of Health has mauy con
verts who formorly laughed at tho
idea that coffeo and tea, for example,
ever hurt anyone. Upon looking into
tho matter seriously, ottrn at tho sug
gestion of a friend, such' persona
havo found that Postum and a frlonS'a
advlco have been their salvation.
"My slstor waB employed in an ast
ern city where sho had to do calculat
ing," writes an Okla. girl. "Sho 8uf-
fered with headacho until sho wns al
most unfitted for duty.
"Her landlady persuaded her to qu
coffeo and use Postum nnd in a fo
days she wna entirely freo from hen
ache." (Tea is Just ns injurious '
coffeo becnuso it contains caffeine; ti
same drug found in coffee.) "Sho t
her employer about it. and on try
it, ho had tho samo experience. -'
"My father and I havo both suff
much from nervous headacho sin'
can romembcr, but wo scoffed ni
idea advanced by my Bister, tha
fee wns tho causo of our trout
"However, wo finally quit coffu
began using Postum Father has
but ono headacho now in four yoa
duo to a severo cold, nnd I have" losv
my hondaches and sour stomach.'
which I am now convinced came from
"A cup of good, hot Postum Is safc
lsfylng to mo whon I do not caro t
oat a meal. Circumstances causo.
mo to locate In a new country and
feared I would not bo nblo to get n
favorite drink, Postum, but I.wn
rcllovod to find that a full nupplyM
knnr. llnrn with n hnnw ilimnm?tfVv
It." Name given by PostmnjSfco?
Cattlo Crook, Mich. 'Mj&&
Read "The Road to Wr'
blessed fact that Christ has us in his
eternal keeping, quickens us to nrn.
clnim each now day a day of thanks. : WWi "Thare'a a rr
(pving, in aDiaing confldenca and ior. I vrr &
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