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rfOPKlN8VfLLE KBNTtJUKilK, NOVEMBER 19
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NO PUCE FOR HITCHCOCK W Hicks 1913 , DEVELOP IN OPEN SPACES
OmhmI Hi Vtetfm af Mi.
Own Onto, Mwt Pahhfwtiy
Frank Hi Hifcifcock, the pofem
The R-v Iri U. H'ckc Almunac for
IIXtjA' llri.VVl!lffu lh id lino mnj
4efti! ' uumber of this n'oMarj
mm f Solitude During Frmtlv8
PrlMi Bt to irlitf Mti to in
unt Liiu i;uB-LiiTnrr "Frr'iw" ?m.muvi wa. biiia ut'uuini
tor gonorarof ,(ho United StatcsYear B ik ver prlnjod. Its Value
takes tho deepest interest m even the 1B "iPn more than ever proven by
smallest details of the postal serv
ice. One cvenintr he wna it. ilia
weather mnrl Hirthnuuke fireCrttd-
Union stntinn in WnRliitifrfrm whnrt this vear Pfff.xwnr HinWu 4nalu
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he decided to go into one of the ! merits thegonfidertcc and Mipport of ,
railway mail sorvice cars to see how ' all he peop D.m'r full to send
the mail matter was being handled. ! 35c for hli 1913 Almanac, or only
Being a tall man and" very athletic, j one dollar or his splendid Mnnazlne
ho easily swung himself from the j and Almanac one year. The best j
nlntform intn Mir rnr. luif. lm AtA ! nun flnllnr ffivt-uf.niRnt' nnuaihln in nnu
not find it am'Wsy matter to stay 'home or iiusn.c3S. Send to Word
put. ,A burly' postal clerk grabbed' and Works Publishing Company,
him by tho shoulders, propelled him '3401 Franklin Ave., St. Louis, Mo
Man, f for1 his full development,
heeds; something more than meat
and drink. Jffo needs something more
than even education and companion
ship. ,3Jliere are times when ho needs
tliepIitude.of tho open spaqcs; when
he needs' to bo left alone with the
lake or' the ocean, tho mountains or
the desert, to get at grips with tho
twin realities nature and himself.
It js -no accident that most of the
men -who have moved tho world.
toward tho side door, and practically
ejected him to the platform below.
"What do you mean . by that?"
pskod Hitchcock, indignantly.
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x mtiuu to Keep you out or this
,! . For Tired Feet.
When your feet acho. caused hv
long standing, exerclso thom by rising
first to tho toes, then on tho hoela,
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car," replied the- clerk rmirrhlv. inB:mouon,iorJ lewumes.
amWni. '. t I Fnis "w'aa auvlscd by a specialist.
Hitchcock has given us strict or- fooman'B Home Companion.
wia io Kuep an strangers out or
Nice Quiet Place.
"Did you flnM a nice quiet place to
Bporid the season?" "yea." replied Mr.
Growcher. . "Everybody else in the
family went away and I stayed home."
these cars." Popular Magazine.
from Mohammed to Washington,
have spent a season of solitude in tho
open Bpaccs during the formative pe-
i ri'od of their lives.
It is no accident that tho prophet
o Mankind have come ' from the
borders of the wilderness, where tho
line that "divides tho desert from
tho town'imny be passed at a step.
ihe cities have their inspiration.
The schools have their uses. But
while man remains man, he cannot
wholly dispense with the need of tho
wide' spaces where nature keeps hoT
college of humility. Exchange.
CLEVER IDEA OF "THE DUKE"
WHY HE NEEDED THE SHOES
PMti9r WKh a Trunk Full of Foot
wear Wa In the Toe-Dancing
ow York customs inspectors who
greeted arriving passengers from tho
liner Caronia woro somfiwlmt. mir-
priscd in examining the trunk of a
iau, quiet appearing first cabin pas
senger, to find nothing except shoes.
"Anything else in this trunk?"
asked the inspector.
"No, sir," replied the tall man.
"only shoes. There should bo 157
"Are you in the shoo business?"
"No," said the nasseneer. cnminl-
Iy. "I'm a too .dancer. These tiro
! my stock in trade. I seldom wear a
pair moro than three times. I dance
so: 'violently that the toes are ruined
after three dances." ,
The inspector .shut the trunk lid
and admitted tho shjaes duty free.
S Pk La E
Many' There Arc Who Would
Pleased to Attend Such
a "Duck" Dinner.
70 "Head of -Registered' D'uroc
Jersey Hogs '
November 20, 1912, at Hbpkinsville, Ky.
Will sell. 20 br(.S.w8 and Fall Gilts; 30 Sprinpr Gilts and 20 Spring Boar.
oreeaing consists of fJnief Orion arid Edgewood Colonel
. and other noted boars.
SALi: HELD CTHDEEt COVER-OK, SHINSE AT
DK. Qr. P. ISBSIL'S HOSPITAI,
S- .ek immiwed au-.iinst Cholera: Auctioneers Cols.Igleheart'and RepDert.
G W: McKnight,
Felix Socndorf. known to hnlf a
million Californians as "the duko,"
was at his club very late one Sunday
evening. If anyone does not know
''the duke," he is very easy to iden
tify whenever he is m evidence. The
duko suggested that Jimmy Scanlon,
a well-known citizen of San Fran-
cisco, give a duck dinner.
"But the ducks are out of sea
son," Jimmy protested. "Well," said
the duke, in accents Teutonic, "you
invite that beautiful girl I see you
with and also invite me. When you
have paid the check, duck."
That's the duke. For further pur
poses of identification it might be
added it was he who, being brought
a platter of chicken fricassee, and
discovering that it was composed en
tirely of the wings of the bird, said:
"Take that back to. Mr. Paulhan;
I don't ll'kn tbnf nvintlnn mamt
Los Anereles Times.
IRELAND'S NATIONAL COLOR.
kNbw that the "wearing of tlio
green" is no longer a hanging mat
tevfpr Irishmen they seem inclined
to discard it altogether. Sir Ed
ward Burne-J6nes is quoted as say
ing that "Green isn't a lucky color
for' any Celtic creature to wear,"
while it is remembered that Parnell
had'positivo superstitions against it.
Indeed, ho was inclined to believe
that Ireland's bad luck was duo to
her adoption of green as the national
color and he alwaya, looked forward
with pleasure to being in a position
to change it. And yet this may not
have been wholly a superstition.
Color is now a recogpjzed curative
force in medicine and it is conceiv
ableHhat a concentration of national
sentiment upon a .particular hue
might have its effect upon temperament.
Stopped Those Pains,
Copper Hill, Va. Mr?. Ida Con
ner,' of this place, says: "Far years
I had a pain in-my right Bide nnd
was very sick with womanly troubles
I tried different doctors but could
get no relief. I Imd given up al
hope of ever getting well I took
Corduiand it relieved the nam In
my side, and now I feel like a new
ptraon. It tea wonderful medicine."
Many women arn completely worn
out and discouraged on occqunt of
some -woman v trnnhiP. Am unn?
Take Cardui, tho woman's tonic
Itsjrecdrd shows that it will lieln
you. wny waiu xry it today
Ask your druggist about it.'
I 'For - twenty-eight 4 years II. W.
IJcad, who lives on hi? littlo farm
in Yorkshire, England; has made a
Dtismess of breeding'butterfl os. and
he now has a wonderful collection of
.between 300 and 400 varieties of
British and foreign butterflies and
moths, and a set-un stock of 400.000.
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an produced on Jus grounds. He was
the first to breed the buttorflv in enn-
tivity, and today ho owns tho largest
mmeruy larm in tlio iiritisli isles.
He, is an able and keen entomologist
0,nd his successes have been striking.
(UCH IS LIFE.
"Just joined a IDon't Worrv1
l "How are you getting along?"
1 "Not so well. I'm worried now
oecause I didn't ask my wife's per
NEEDED CRANKING UP.
Eose You had to give Clarence a.
hint before he'd propose, eh?
J Jnly-pY-yes ; he didn't seem to be
squipped with a self-starter.
Rabbits Cause Immense Loss.
Observant and experienced men
compute that eight or ten rabbits eat
or destroy as much grass as one
sheep. As thoro as so many millions
of rabbits in Australia, the loss fti the
carrying" capacity of the country is
appalling. The pest in New South
Wales-la spreading, notwithstanding
all that is being done in the shape of
trapping, poisoning, fumigating, and
LIKE A NATIVE.
"They fell me Anna is studying
'Studying it! She speaks it like
a native 1" Judge.
Proprietor "Well, sir, how did you
find the beef?" Diner "Oh, I hap
pened to shift a potato, and well
tnero It was."
Tlio lance has been ridiculed tra
many military oxperls, on tho grounSf
that it is out of dato and cumbef
some, but the weapon still has
advocates who' point out its value ia(
shock tactics and in cavalry chargcj
In Germany, for instance, the lanw(
in tho hands of tho Prussian Uhlan(
remains a 'formidable weapon. '
Recently attention has been called
to tho fact that the lance point ofteBj
makes too deep a wound for tho sha4
to be withdrawn mnVMr nnd Tmi;
therefore the lancer runs tho risk d(
having it wrenched from hia frrnm
in tho charge. In view of thw th3
cavalry in Germany have been gtu
pcrimenting with a new kind of lancar
carrying a ball below tho base of th
janco head. It is said that the neW
arm is lUSt as oflectivo in rHnnMmal
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an enemy and is free from many dtef
advantages. Haipers Weekly.
CL08E TO BURIAL ALIVE,
A remarkablo caso of a woman
coming back to life after beinf? cord
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tinea as dead has occurred at Ton-
bridge, Kent, England. Tho woman!
suiiered from consumption and ap-
parently died from that comnlaintJ
Sho was placed in a coffin and thd
funeral was arranged to take place
two days later. Just before the serv
ice was to have been read, however
Her brother was in tho next room in
attendance on his mother, when he
Heard a nonso in the adioininn- anarfj
ment, and on entering was startled
to find his sister sitting upright d
her coffin; She died the following
day, having survived tho terrible ex
perience two days.
"Why didn't you answer mv teleJ
phone call this morning ?"
.because while you were calling
me up. my wife wa3 calling rod
Sample of Business Man.
Motorist (to victim) What is your
name and address? Victim John
Smith, 14 Bean street. Motorist All
right, Smith. Can't stop now, but to
morrow I will call at your housn and
try and convince you that you rliould.
carry an accident policy in tho com
pany I represent Puck.
1 The Hopkins
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