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Of four good pictures, every day. Mr. Tired Business Man and the weary
shopper will bo wonderfully refreshed by .stopping in for an hourioft clean
entertainment. Conducted by home people and the money taketj in nt
the box oRc i U,pent right here with ypu. y 4
Tor Infant, and Children.
The Kind You Have
an era of Frosperity
Once, as TKis
The Theatre Beautiful
Runs That Universal Program
DCIK USED BY HAWTHORNE
Famtw Attfoor Work, at It WMo
rfa Wa Swrvtyor f Mm Prt
The desk nt winch Natljaniel
Hawlhornovorkod wlion he was sur
veyor of thfr port of Salem, during
.t period in the Polk administration,
is si ill in existence in Salem, care
fully ,pjvscr,ted by its custodians.
Uawthorno secured, 'the oppointmont
is aurVevor ttjVongh the intervention
of his, Prmojrffritic iriendsj who wore
n9wrt- 1 t Washington afc the
timci" nnjoij JjSprichl pf Maine
was limy actijga in tho rilfitler.
and the munifieantnlnry of $ij200
enabled this soriiBrthnt financially
sltaittT.ed literal' genius of ' tho
first, rank to li'. in comparative
comfort during his four years of in
With tho election of Taylor and
Fillmore tho Salem Whigs conspired
to have Hawthorno'supplanted by an
official of their own political stripe,
And' tho result of this unnecessary
proscription against one of Salem's
most noted native sons was his
greatest story, "The Scarlpt Letter."
Appropriately, too, "The Scarlet
Letter" is prefaced with an intro
duction, a reminiscenco of the au
thor's experience at the dingy scat
of Salem's customs. Tho collector
at the timo was Gen. James Miller,
tho hero of Lundy Lane, and Haw
thorne's references to the man who
could say in an exciting emergency,
"I'll try, sir," lends interest to what
is really one of the most attractive
portions of the book.
Hawthorne refers to this identical
desk in his minute description of the
business room of the custom house.
"An old pine desk with a three
legged stool beside it," is the way he
referred to this equipment.
HIS ONLY CHARITY
Dinks Old De Close is a sort of
miser, they tell me.
Winks Yes; but there is ona
thing he dispenses liberally.
Dinks What is that? '
Winks His pessimistic talk.
; I HORSE SENSE.
"Why is it that tho dog is always
referred to as the most intelligent
v : "Because ho knows how to get a,
good living without doing any
work," replied the horse. New Or
"He said hb couldn't live without
"Ho seems to be doing it,t aV
"Why, "she married him?"
' , "I know, but she's a club woman.'?
ENOUGH IS PLENTY. -
Casey Do vou iver play cards,
k O'Brien (a gardener) Faith, no!
Idi rrnf- mn fiill
he uaytoime. Boston Evennur
"I permit my wifo to . run out
house exactly to suit herself."
g"Why do you drag in tho word
Heavens, yes I A specialist gets
$10;O0O a year for doctoring her
"Miy don't you Veep a car, Fil
1 "Well, for one thing, I'd hate to
begingasolino from' door to dopr."
PITY 'TIS, 'TIS TRUE,
' V m
Greenoj-Somcday J'm going to
haya chicken farm.
Brpwn (who had) On your
Ifrnda ! Puck.
A You A WoM?
Baltimore, Md.Mrs. W.H. Isom,
nt 1419 Emt Madison street, writer:
"For seveeal years, I suffered, off
and on, from female troubles, until
finally I was taken . down and could
do nothing. The pains I experienced
I shall never forget. I lost weight
till I was only Bkin'nnd bones. I be
lieve I would have, been in my grave
if I had not tried Cardul. I shall
praise it as longras I live." Many
women, like Mrs l8om, are weak
and discouraged, n account of some
painful ai'roi nr.JjAre you ono of
thtso sufferers-? VCardui will help
you. Try it to day. Any druggist.
Corrected Jan'y 8, 1913.
Retail Grocery Prices.
Country lard,good color and clear
14c and 15c per pound.
Country bacon, 15c per pound.
Black-eyed peas, $3,25 per bushel.
Country shoulders, 125c pound.
Country hams, 20c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.00 per bushel.
Northern eating Rural Dotatoe
$1 00 per bushel
Texas eating onions, $1.30 pe
Red eating onions,$1.30 per busht
'Dried Navy beans, $3.40 ie
Cabbage, 1J cents a pound.
Dried Lima beans, 10c per poUno
Country dried apples, 10c pe
Found, 3 for 25c
Daisy cream cheese, 25c txn
Fuji cream brick cheese, 25c pe
Fu' cream Limberger cheese, 25
Popcorn.dried on ear ,2c per pouno
Fresh Eggs 30c per doz
Choice lots fresh, well-workei
country butter, in pound prints. 30
Lemons. 30? per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New York State apples $3.00 tr
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hens, KJJc per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cocb
3c pound; live turkeys, 14: pe
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow
Prices paid by wholesale dealers ti
butchers and farmers:
Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root; $1.35 11
Mayapple, 3i; pink root, 12c and 13.
Tallow No. I, 45; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c: Clem
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed
Feathers Prime white goose. 50c
dark and mixed old goose. I5c to 30c
gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotatiom
are for Kentucky hidea. Souther,
green hides 8c. We .quote assorter
lots dry flint, I2c toJ.I4c. 9-10 , bet
Dressed geese, 11c per pound foi
:hoice lots, live 55
Fresh country eggs, 23 cents per
Fresh country butter 25c lb.
A good demand exists for eprinj.
chickens, and choice lots of fresl
Hay and Grain.
No. I timothy hay, $24 00
No. I clover hay, $23 00
Clean, bright straw hay, 25c bale
Alfalfa hay, $25 00
White seed oats, 50c
Black seed oats, 50c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, 80c
Winter wheat bran, $28.00
CASTOR 1 A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tin KM You Have Always BNgkt
Thought His Duty Ended.
The -Duo de Raguse onco explained
to the Countess de Solgno tho-nature
ot Ills connection with tho emperor aa
follows: "When tho emporor 'aald,
'All for France I eorvod with enthusi
asm; when ho said, 'Franco and 1 I
served with obedlenco; but whoa be
said, '1' without Franco, I folt the ne-
lty of Boparatlns from bim."
'CASHMERE SHAWL IS COSTLY
Half a Century Afl4 That llky Drap
ery Wh Hlihly Prised by
The dear ambition of tho woman
of half a century ngo was to possess
a real Cashmere shawl.
It was in France that tho hair of
the Cashmore goat was first esteemed
for tho making of shawls, the silky'
substance' of which, allied to their
exquisito drapery possibilities, was
their great fascination.
White hair of tho common Italian
goat is imported for carpot manu
facture. There is alBo imported
white hair of tho Siberian goat, the
shorter longths of which arc used in
carpet making and the longer for va-
animal hairs imported is that of tho
camel. The camel is commonly of a
dirty brown in color, but parts of its
body may be white, aa may bo streaks,
in its mane, called veins. The cam
el's hair is of superior strength, and,
its fine white hair of sufficient length,
is used as a substitute for natural'
White human hair.
The long, white hair of tho Syrian
goat is as fine as human hair, in
place of which it is used for some
special purposes, principally for the,
making of theatrical wigs and beards.
FAMOUS SHRINE OF MEXICO
Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe
and Well That Heals the
The village of Guadalupe, Mexico,
contains the most famous shrine on,
this continent. It is dedicated to
Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Over the altar in the cathedral iB
a painting held to be of miraculous
origin. This is tho Bacred tilma or
apron of the peasant, and on this
tradition says appeared over 300
years ago an image of the Virgin.
The Indians today come from the
remote quarters of Mexico to wor
ship at this shrine and to carry home
bottles of water from a near-by well
which is said to possess healing qual
ities. The walls of the church are
covered with votive offerings, pic
tures, etc., given by those who have
been cured or benefited
In the picture the Virgin is shown
dressed in a bluish pink gown, and
not long ago the women of Mexico
gave a jeweled crown to hang over
this picture. When Hidalgo struck
the first note for Mexico's indepen
dence he carried a picture of Our
Lady of Guadalupe on his banner,
and the first ensnno that entered
Mexico had a picture of this patron
saint painted on the cab.
George Horace Lorimer of Phila
delphia is a champion of scientific
management, and at the Franklin
Inn club he said the other day:
"Scientific management, the bonus
system, pieco work all these are
very good. They remind me of a
"In a certain shop all the men
wero paid by the hour. Discipline
was lax there. The output was
"One day, as a workman came
from the shop, he held up his hand
to a passing trolley car, the car
stopped andwaitcd for him, but ho.
did not run to board it, nor did ho.
increaso by an. iota his leisurely
"The conductor, losing patience,
at last, shouted to him : 'Como on,
got'' a move on.' Do a little pieos(
work for a change."
ALASKA'S TWO CLIMATES.
Official reports indicate that tho
coast region of Alaska has much rain
j(and snow, but an equable tempera
ture, and that the winter at Sitka is
no colder than at Washington. Th
Bnowfall at Valdea has reached 60
feet, and tho rainfall at Sitka 111,
inches in a season. Tho Yukon bi
sin, on tho other hand, has a conti
nental climate, very cold in tho win-
ter, although tho summer tempenw
turo may reach 90 degrees F&hreni
heit in tho Bhado. The rainfall is
small. Tho soil is permanently,
frozen for several yards below the
surface, but a thin Burfaco layer
thaws out every summer. Harper's
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notable sight for' the middlo western
ers to talk about when they go back
home. New York leads tho world
in commercial vulgaritvt. Spring
But an advertisement in
this paper talks to tho
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