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Headquarters for Santa Clause
This Year Will be in the Basement of the
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This basement has been newly remodeled throughout,, ceiled and painted. A number of
electric lights and large mirrors have been added, and it is now one of the nicest plaGes; m tne city.
This year we expect to. carry the largest line of Xmas- goods we have, ever handled! and have
added several new features, In addition to a full line Toys for the children, we have' a. mice assort
ment of Hand Painted Chinaware. A large line of the latest Popular Books by Standard Authors
for children at greatly reduced prices, and a full line of the Celebrated Rpdgers Silverware un
heard of prices. :, v ' - .''. i
We would advise anyone to see the line of goods amid toys in THE 'BASEMIENT before
purchasing, as you will have such a large variety to choose from and our prices are-neaisonable.
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Our Own Business.
"Whilst I do what is fit for mo and
abstain from what 1b unfit, my neigh
bor and I shall often agree in- our
weans and work together for a timo
-to one nd. But whenever I find my
dominion over myself Is not sufficient
for mo and undertake the direction of
him also, I overstep tho truth and
como into false relations to him.
Jlalph Waldo Emerson. ,
In damp, cftully weather thoN t
-alwavs. a larer drttimnd for BAL
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT be
cause many people who know by ex
perience its jrreat relieving power in
rheumatio aches tui pains, prepare
to apply it at the first twhie. Price
25c, 50c and $1.01 per bottle. Sold
by St, Bernard Mining Co. Incorpo
rated, Drug Department.
' A childless-couple, having concluded
tho house 'was too quiet, bethought
them of adopting a child. So they
proceeded to a nice respectable orphan
asylum to see what there was in
stock. "Wq want a boy. to raise," tho
husband said to the superintendent
when that gentleman appeared. "To
xaiso what?" ho inquired, with a pe
culiar gleam in his eyes, as a terrific
racket resounded through tho upper
halls. Tho husband and wife looked
at each other for a moment. "I guess
wo don't want a boy today," remarked
tho lady, and they said "good-bye" has-tily.
FRAIL, SICKLY CHILD
- Restored to Health by Vinol
Letter to Mothers.
Anxious mothers often wonder why
' their children are so pale, thin and
nervous and have so little appetite.
For tho benefit of such mothers in,
this vicinity wo publish the following
J. Edmund Miller, Now Haven,
Conn., says: "My little daughter, ever
Blnco her birth, had been frail and
Sickly, and was a constant source or
iworrlment Several . months ago wa
commenced to give hor Vinol. I im
mediately noted an Improvement la
!her health and appearance. I gavo
!her three bottles or Vinol, rind from,
the good It has dono her I can truly
say It will do all you claim."
ThiB child's recovery was due to
tho combined action of the medicinal
elements extracted from cods' livers,
combined -with tho blood-making
nnd strength-creating properties of
tonic iron, which are contained la
Vinol will build up and strengthea
delicate children, old people and the
we'ak- run-down and debilitated, we
return tho money in every case where
it falls. ,
Sold by ST. BERNARD MINING CO.,
Incorporated, Drug Department
What Is perhaps the most remark
able graveyard in the United States
adjoins the old Spanish church in tho
ancient Indian pueblo of Acoma, N.
M., and took over forty years to con
struct Tho village Is situated high
In tho air upon a huge, flat-topped
rock many acres in extent and en
tirely bare of soil. In order to cre
ate the graveyard It was necessary
to carry up tho earth from the plain
300 feet bolow, a blanketful at a time,
on tho bjxeks of Indians who had to
climb with their heavy loads up a
precipitous trail cut in the face of the
cliff. The graveyard thus laboriously
constructed is held in place on three
sides by high retaining walls of stone.
Ohilblauin, frosted feet or Imndp,
can be cured with one or two npp!l
cations of MALLARD'S SNOW
LTNIMENT. It quickly relieves
itclilnjr or toiuienioHR of the fl-nh.
Price 25c, 60o and $100 per buttle.
Sold by, St. IWnard Mining Co. In
corporated, Drue Department.
Work of Youthful Writers.
A western paper recently offered a
prize for the best story to be written
by a pupil of the public school. Hero
are a few passages from the contri
butions: "Cora Brown was fortunate
ly the possessor of a birthday, for
she Was .the daughter of rich friends."
"But all this timo a cloud was gath
ering over Mrs. Dolaney, which grew
large as years went by, and that cloud
was full of grasshoppers." "My
father desired me to marry a bank
president, a handsome, reckless .man,
fond of naught save the gaming
table." " 'Vat l dell you, vat I doll
you,' shouted the Irishman." "As sho
entered the. room a cold, damp smell
met her sight" , . .
Only a Fire Hero
but the crowd cheered, ac, with
burned bunas, he held dp a small
rouuu .x, "Fellows!" he Bheuted,
"this Bu klon's Arnica Salvo I hold
has everything beat for burns."
Kicrht ! a so for boils, ulcors, tores,
pimples, eczema, outs, sprains, biu
ses. Surest pile cure. It, suhduep
inflimrmition, killH pain. Only 25c
at a: I D u:le(n.
These insects sometimes sot for
ward in such multitudes that tho
whole earth seems to be in motion. A
corps of them onco was seen to at
tack and cover an elephant quietly
feeding in a pasture. In eight hours
nothing was to be seen but the skele
ton of that enormous animal complete
ly picked. The business was done, arid
tho enemy marched on after fresh
proy. Such power have tho smallest
creatures acting In concert
The International Cor-"
respondence Schools em
ploy 1500 Salesmen and,
et they are always looking
for good men. We offer
each white student 21 years
old,' finishing the I. C. S.
course in salesmanship a
position as an I. C. S. sales
man, where he may earn
$75. to $250. a month.
E, 6, HartleroaJ, Mgr,
Room 8 Union Bank Bldg.
Slmplo Club Doings.
While Mrs. W. was busy In her
kitchen preparing the light refresh:
monts for her bridge club, which in
cludes tho more well-to-do of the neigh
boring county, Bally Hill, a poor farm
er's child, came In with .a. donation of
home-made pickles. "My m'dtber be
longs .to a club, too," said Sally. "Does
she? And what do thoy do? Play
cards?" 'No." "Sow?" "Oh, no;
thby just draw names out of a hat to
seo who'll have the next meeting."
Stop That Ache!
Any ache or pain in any part of
the body can bo relieved with Shi pps
Qjtick Belief Liniment. $100 reward
ir It tails and the purchase price 'is
not refunded. Try it and Bee. 50c
at all Druggists.
Mbrgan'r Particular Fad.
Among tho many collections of art
objects J. Pierpont Morgan has made
In this country and' in Europe is one
ef exactly 999 miniatures that are la
his London' houso in Prince's Gate.
Tho littlo pictures aro not hung on
screens in the usual manner, but are
kept in a. cabinet whoso tray-like
shelves are lined with black velvet,
each miniature being securely fasten
ed to tho bottom of the tray. A New
Yorker going- through the Morgan
house while on' a recent visit to Lon
don asked tho guide who was showing
him over the house why Mr. Morgan
didn't buy. another miniature and
make tho collection an even thousand.
"Oh. that is one of his particular peta,
that oddi number," was the reply.
Funeral Director :: Ltctnseti Embalmer
NEXT DOOR lit POST OFFICE.
BEE ADS PAY. GET THE HABIT"
Cheapest accident insurance Dr. ThomosTo
ectic Oil. For burns, ncaids, cuts, an 1 emergen
cies. A)IDniH?e$tssel!it. 25c and 50c,
' Had to Know the Time.
"I understand," said the Judge, "that
you stole tho watch of tho doctor who
had Just written a prescription for
you at the free dispensary. What
havo you to Bay to this charge?"
"Well, your honor," said tho prisoner,
"it is true, but I found myself in a
hole. His prescription said a spoonful
evory hour, and I bad no watch,"
Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays
"Vyi F F Qan write -photo plays and earn $25.
j JJ more weekly.
WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW!
, If you have ideas- if you can THINK we. will show you the secrets of this fascinating new profession.
Pos'tively no experience or literary excellence necessary. No "flowery language" is wanted.
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big film manufacturers are "moving Heaven
and Earth" in their attempt to get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing demand. They are offer
ing $100. and more, for single scenarios, or written ideas. - ;-,,.,
Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of photoplays, are located jn or near NEW YORK GKDV
Being right on the spot, and knowing at all times just what sort of plots are wanted by the pcoducers, qui
SALES DEPARTMENT has a tremendous advantage over agencies situated in distant cities. i '
We have received many .letters from the big film manufacturers, such as 'VITAGRAPH, EDISON,
ESSANAY, LJLIBIN, SOLAX, IMP,' REX, RELIANCE, CHAMPION, COMET, MELIES,ETC, urging us to
send photoplays to them. We want more writers and we'll gladly teach you the secrets o success.
We are selling photoplays written by people who "never before wrote a
line for publications" , ' , ,r
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of only one good idea every week, and write
it out as directed by us, and it sells for only S25 , a low figure. ' ' t
You Will Earn $100. Monthly For Spare Time
CD EC Send your name and address at once for free copy of our illustrated book,
mtt "MOVING PICTURE PLAYWRITINB"
Don't hesitate. Don't argue, Write now and learn just what this new profession may mean for you
and your future.
NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE
1543 Byoadway New York City
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