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AND SUPPLIES ,
Contractors' Supplies. Builder I hI.
Hardware, Etc. Prices and In- at.,
formation furnished on request Ihe
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AT ALL DUWoCISTS
It Sometimes Happens. \h
"\\'ll. h1' itw ihe his Ibed-" 'lo
".\nit! Iow helies in it?" th
"No, die lies about It." 11
LIFT OFF CORNS! "'
Apply few drops then lift aoreu ,i
touchy corns off wlit eg
Deesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little ft
Ireezone on an aching corn, Instantly P
that corn stops hurting, then you lift tl
it right oat. Yes, magic! e
,A tiny bottle of Freesone costs but h
a few cents at any drug store, but Is t,
sufficient tp remove every hard corn, r
soft corn, or corn betoeen the toes, P
and the calluses, witheut soreness or a
Freezone is the sensational dis- t
cevery of a Cincinnati genius. It is
Truthful Appearance. (i
"ithl. I saln dead broke."
"rhTn wi wonder you look all gone ,
Fashl Heavy at - i
With the antiseptbc, faseainating Otl
eaura Talskum Powder, a emtal~ttely
scented convenilet. economical face,
akin. baby and dusting powder thd
perfume. Render" other perfume s -
perfluoa. One of the Cuticara Tollet
Trlo (Seap. Ointment. Talcum).-Adv.
A loaf of braed never rises to ex
SACII IN MEAT
CLOGS THE KIONEYS
Talke a las of Salts if Your Back
b, Hurts or Bladder
f you must have your meat every
y, eat it, but flsh your kidneys with
Soccasionally, says a meted au
thority who tells us that meat forms
uric acid which' almost paralyzes the
kidneys in their efforts to expel it
from the blood. They become slug
gish andi weaken, then you suffaer with
a dull misery in the kidney region,
sharp pains in the back or sick head
ache. dizziness, your stomach sours,
tongue is coated and when the weather
Is had you have rheumatic twinges.
The urine gets cloudy, full of sedi
ment, the channels often get sore and
Irritated. obliging you to seek relief
two or three times during the nlght
To neutr:lize these Irritating acids,
to cleann~e the kidneys and flush off
the bol's urinous waste get four
on,'ces ,if Jail Salts fromn any phar
tti'v heIre: take a tnhlespOonfIl in a
F:lss of wa;ter ~efore breakfast for a
few dnay. and your kidneys will then
act fine. This f.:nous salts is made
fronm the nmid of grapes and lemon
jhuie. (4ombined with lithia. and has
Ie,'n iused for ceneratolons to flush
nnd stimulate sluggish kidneys, also
to neutrtlizc the :cids In urine, so It
no lonmer irritatcs. thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is inexpensive: cannot In
jure, and mnkes a delightful efervtes
cent Itthila-water drink.-Adv.
Rich men have cofers and poor men
Itut g o Y a m."
hae cou hs. or
CERTAIN AMOUNT CF CARE NECESSARY TO
G TP/M BEST ESUL S F2 r T" I º
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Chckn Ar Usual.'y , Helh- When KeptcnOpcn a I
ChicknS Are.s- MoreHeath W KetenOi Png:".
(3h6 ke, \ets -al oe laty hnK.p nO enRn
eT'rjer,.vi t,\' the' i'tei".,! s.t:,titi l,.;epart' li ll
'il"ti t Of .\ "r. ;I lte." stlt
The Sittinip hItle ,. \\hih'h i.s e t uo ll tt 'i l
'..'-tltn ra ll\, fir ilttelllltlillt Inltl'pl t tllT
Ihlt- f'irill. Sh lulthI ri.,,q. i \t :1 ct a'l' il ii
the Iroltes of hI llthil 't S. To : 'a
i'rat extent the tare given nt sittinigR f
hlea plays al illiportalnt 1 1rt in tilth
nltthet"r anald col(llciti io I of the' chicks II
w ein h:tchtte' d. \Vith1 this (e .d in view. hill
tIle' p tiultry specili-ts of the U.nite'ei t
Sttiuv. iatmlit'ie t of a' It ti' litt IIe
h ittI tie t il \\i e' til l hjti : t ,e
If t\l'l 'lle he' . :iI -it ti il t ill ls ' e m\i
iithe les i, allto\iln c th ll to i e a off r
' l!.y \ 'li t' day it re 'C 'i\ -' feel. I ttlt ,V li
\\ater'. tlie' fee'd I, j ni- t e" o , ye i.
\\thlat. or both. It' here au at' e that
'lie not de'sire' tt c'litle C IT th of enel\US, t
they should he ta etn i. llens s1au
ally return to their nests before there
is any dancer of the eggs chilling, but i
if they do not go back it half an hour tin
in ordinary wventher they should he tn
put on the nest. Where a large num- oft
her of sitters are kept in one room it
is advisable to let them off in groups
of from four to six at a time. The
eggs and nests should be examined
and cleaned. removing all broken eggs
and washing those that are soiled;
In the latter case the soiled nesting
material should be removed and clean Ot
straw added. Nests containing brok
en eggs that the hen is allowed to sit
on soon become infested with mite
and liee which cause thee thens to be- No
come uneasy and leave the nest, often I
causing the loss of valuable sittings
of eggs. In mite-infested nests the
hen, if fastened In. will often be found
standing over rather than sitting on
the eggs. gi
Many Eggs Infertile. eg
Many eggs that are laid in the late dl
winter and early spring are infertile. t
For this reason it Is advisable to sit j1
several hems at thew maa On. A
the eggs have been miel te' We tI
s front ive to seven days, the tisme de- 1
L pending somewhat on the color and
ft thickness of the shells-white-shelled s
eggs being easier to test than those
at having brown shells-they should be
is tested. the Infertile eggs and dead G
U, germs removed, and the fertile eggs I
!s, put back tinder the hen. In this way v
or it is often possible to put all the eggs o
that several hens originally started v
is- to sit on under fewer hens and reset
is the others. For example, 30 eggs are t
set under three hens at the same time,
ten under each. At the end of sevent
days we aind on testing the eggs from
all the lens that ten are infertile,
to which leaves us 20 to reset. which we
do by putting them under two hens,
and hase the remaining hen sit over
Sagair after she has sat only seven
days. In this way considerable time
Scan be msaved in one`s hatching oper
' Testing Eggs for Fertility.
An egg whether Impregnated or net,
[let has a small grayish spot on the mo
dv. face orf the yolk known as the germ
Inal spot. As soon as a fertile egg is
e. placed under a hen or in an incubator
development begins. All eggs should
be tested at least twice during the pe
riod of incubation. preferably on the
seventh and fourteenth days. and the
rs infertile eggs and d(lead germs re
moved. White eggs can be tested eon
k the fourth or fifth day. while the de
ve4lopments in eggs, having brows
shells often cannot he seen by the
use of an ordinary egg tester until the
seventh (lay. Dead germs soon decay
er and give off a bad odor if allowed to
ih remain under the hen. Infertile eggs,
a- make good feed for young chickens
ae and anwe often used in the home for
he .ulinary purposes. Most inenhator
it companies furnish testing chimneys
ug- with their machines. which will lit or
ith dinary hnmps. Electric or gas lamps
on, may tw used in a box with a hole
ad- slightly smnller than an egg cut in
are, the side of the box and at the same
her level as the light. They may also
as. he tested by sunlight, using a shutter
e11- or ecrtaln with a small hole in it
and for the liglht to shine through.
lief Homemade Egg Tester.
S A gocld hoie'nlintellle' cg tester. or
ds' nndlehr. ean he mlltlde withl a large
off shoe hy.. o:r itny lo tlhat is large
'our e'toulh ti go Eove'r a Inalp. hy relnov
ar- ithg t t ci nh l nd e tting a hole a little
S a Inrge'r th:l! h'le si7e of p. olt:lrter in
r a the ,holou be of the hbox so that when
hen it is set ever :1 kerosene Ilnllp the
inde hle In the Ittomii \\will h, ptlieesite
non the bhIZe. A hllei' the iz' f :l silv\er
has lclohIr slhould hI, elt In the top ef the
lush ieoz to alhw the helt to es,':lpe.
also The eg-cs 're tested with ,he' Ire
it endi up, so, that the size' of thC air
der cell may he Cse'n as \-eil aIs thle condi
7e. I Value of Apple Tree.
The commnercial apple tree cared
for as it Is todtty is worth tluore than
en It was several years :tgo 'when spraly
Ing was not systematized.
Prurp Any Time.
You can prune both apple and peach
any time between now and spring
Swhen other work permits.
Sock canots are vera*na r
,- , anr cows -
,i III I l 11f , 111" ll en t-rr I '1'114 ' i11 U . .
The infertile &.g \vl."n helu l b .fore pot
the s (iaill h ,11 1 .. w ith th. lIntdl lighfted stUU
insideth the lox. w-ill Ilk lirfectly 8
clear, the e ian' as a f. tIh ol'e. whi lii"
a fertile e;gg \\ill hlt\o i a st.lli dark
spi it. knoI , n as the .. .:.ry . it . 1 I1
iaLs f lilttlh' hhiod \villc r extl r ilalt
in all dirl' c tiu is.. If tii t tlt+,,h , Ii lit
ing: if d iia,. :i1 i the , Ii l betEn
tinyhe:rti.e i f or alt Il It ll Ih:ilt'u ri th
11g , sii4'1tt l ie : It'ali 1r .0tl th. ,tIl.e r i
tea 'ard the ereg s ot f ltait 4lk. 'foIt'ling
in ,l t 'l t a - iin ilrr i te, ril r . liiw't of As
tloo'. ib n th e as clt 1 11 il t: e gro - 4
lvary i thisrn ile I l.ar sern s slhow '
o n l y a ..t ',a k o f h h,.l 4 . .1 I I i n f e r t i l e
'eg s .,1h11buh he rlteno 4.4l at the first
test. The r s ," wa 1 ntl ininl l]r,,s liv
ing urn ryo,+s are dark utnd wett ll filled
up on the fourteenth OIfy, and show a
clear. sharp. distinct line of ,hem rca
Lion betwe.en the air cell ant: the grow- 44
Inl, embryo, while deard germs show -
only partial development, and lack this BI
clear. distinct outline. ta
MISSISSIPPI GIRLS o
OWN FINE CHICKENS l
i One of the Most Successful Last
t Year Was Gregory Russell.
Net Return for Year Was $256 After
n Buying All of Dry Feed for Flock- i
Vivian Smith Has Largest Flock el
In Her Section.
The hens owned by poultry club
girls in Mississippi do not lay golden A
eggs, but they lay enough of the or- .
dinary kind to permit ileir owners
to buy the golden variety If they 5so
try growers is Gregory Russetl w
lives in Lawrence County, Miss. Lat t
Id year was her first in poultry club work.
She bought all of the dry feed for her b
se flock but raised a tenth-acre of oats I
1 and rape for their green feed. This b
d fiftten-year-old girl's net return from
hs ter poultry work, which was super
Iy vi+sed by the United States department
8 of agriculture and the State college,
et Vivian Smith of Yalabusha Coun
e ty, Miss., has been in poultry club
1e+ wcrk for four years. Last year her -
ea net return from the work was $386.86.
1 She started four years ago with seven
ile thickens and made a net return that
ye year of $70. The next year she
n' doubled this amount, and the third
year she cleared $240 from her poul
try. Miss Smith has the largest flock
in her section. She believes In selling
4' the old hems, keeping the pullets for
layers, and giving the blais plenty of
Both of these girls won a recent
" trip to Washington for making the
" highest return on their project of any
i girl in their districts.
md EXHAUSTION OF OUR FORESTS
the Industries Dependent Upon Wood Are
Going Out of Business as R.
osut of Depletion.
As a result bf the depletion of our
the forests, industries dependent upon;
the wood are already going out of busl-,
ness, with the inevitable depressing
to influence on their localities, says thel
s United States department of agricul.
ture Local exhaustion of the forests
for is leaving great stretches of land in
tor an unproductive condition, resulting
In virtual impoverishment, if not de
'population, of very considerable areas.
Don't set hens where others can lay
Sunlight is essential to health and
or shouhll 1e provided for in the pulitry
rge * **
or- IltrIS will not hay in ., havtl:s nar
ttie wvhe'n compelled to rost uight. with
in the sky for a roof.
hen * *
the kl'pl. up al good hea:t in lithe
site bro.hlr house but have a c-uool rooUw
fer l for ciIcl.ks t, rull inll.
Tihe hlt at hitafting , are of av
e" ring, shhIa e . l'ithell r ltIg nlor ritllld;
air fertile and rtecenltly lhid. 'The germ
ni- wt:ttkelts ;tan 'lies with age.
Johnson grass seeds and many other
red pests are reduced by chickens, tur
ban keys and guineas.
• The fowls can be hept in good
health with pure water anl whole
some food better than with medicine.
ring Provide a box partly filled with road
S dust or wood ashes, so as to give the
hens, an opportunity to take a 4lust
Ibath. It gives them needt, d exercise
be and heeps them ftree from lice and
00DSON WOULU STOP
SALE OF CALGMEL,
Saye Calomel is Mercury and Act,
Like Dynamite on Your
in v',, t
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, .;`li , : :h a a l co til n:t! ,I1. '(in ' .\;
h:l ei oinlyý i :~ k for }Ylr lnr., t,.
I),~l.,,n s liver Tona , i< :t ; 1
ta-tiIhz. !pur'ely V,',table r ,,". . I
hl:i l'les to b ltt childrelnn andl , :ilh ll i ,
TIake a puolnful at night :nil :io ,
feeling tine; no hliliotusnl 'I, -, sick h ,l I
ache, a ield ltotach or c,,)tipa , , '
bowels. It doeln't gripl' or caise inenn. I,ut
venie'nc' all the lnext liay lik,, viholentrl
cfllomnpl. T:lke a: dos,' of calni(el to- n ;!I
day and tomorrow you will f-'el weak. tlh ir
sick anld n:lllne:ted. Don't los,. a day's lpoli
work! T:ake lIodson's Liver Tone In- ,
stead and feel tine. full of vigor and lrov
ambil ion.-Adv. m-n;
I'ultit:ale a cheery li'lposi.tin fre
AS A LAXATIVE"
Asheville Lady Finds Black- ,lti.,
Draught An Effective Remedy in
Her Family for Common Ail- ,,,,,,
ments of the Digestive
Asheville. N. G-Mrs. A. K. Jarvis, Wh
- 44 Woodrow Avense, this city, says: they
" "I have used and beard of Thedford's Fl
s Black-Draught for years, and I cer- littl
tainly have found It splendid for head- The
ache, sour stomb. indigestion and be
other Ills that eam from a deraned I am
- liver. stat
'"My husband "d I keep Black- bea
Draught In the bhsse and thlnk it is tow
Ssplendld to keep sicknes I have nar
used It in smafl oses u a lauttiv out
and there is o better. the
r *'Black-Draught a mild liver musd the
tne .. . any can take It. I n
have found It with them Sl e,
nb Thedford's ught has benes am
en flted thousands elievin g liver anl- wil
r- meats. It hellps Otl bile poisua wa
r amlw ststemst -'6
;et , -M e , hests.
It should be Its se soald
ter help to keep whle family well.
its Prompt trea Is often half the
his battle against "&y aIlments.
m Get some frbm your draggist today.
ge, It takes a hasbeen a long time to
find It out.
er EASIER FOR HER TO
DYE THAN TO BUY
sat i Dimend Dy~ Turn Faded, sabby
ll. D1't worry dloat pcrfet reslts.
kc k "D laymond yes," mrsnteed to
ing give a new. ricd, adeless cler to anyr
for fi., whether It be wool, silk. Itne.
cotton or tmd goods,--qlresses,
bleuses, stockiap, skirts, .difldree's
eat sets. feather--.erlklg!
n Direfton BooL k in pckage tells bhew
my to dlsmond dye ever ray olor. l.
asatch -any materials, bave dealer showt
70o "Iiamond Dye" Volor Card.-Adv.
Look ahead as a wise engineer.
Wright's Indian vegetable Pils are m
ply a sood old-fashioned mediciae for reg
our ulating the stamach, the liver and bowels.
Get a box and try y m.--A~w.
ie NeSver jludge a mean'a age by here
the" store teeth.
WEAK AND SICKLY
Parents We.e Almet Hopelese, Shat
"Our little boes health was as poor we
were afraid we were going to lose him
lay He is ten years old, and has had weak
.lungs ever since he was eight months
I old, cased by pneumoiala. We have been
very careful with him and doctored him
and eontinually, but we had almost despaired
lItry of ever hatving a strong well boy.
"But since giving him Milks Emulsion
Sall his trouble is gone. and he is in per
feet health."-Mrs. G.- W. Smiley, 20 Maple
nor St., Dayton. O.
vith For restoring appetite. health and
strength in sickly children, mothers-will
find Milks Emulsion the thing they have
always somight. oMeet children like to
lthe take it, because unlike nmany emulsions
0.UW and tonics, it really tastes good.
Milks Emulsion is a pleasant, nutrl
tive food and a corrective mediine. It
retores healthy, natural bowel action, do
:av- ing away with all need of pills and phl'
l 1d, i/s. It promotes aPPetite and qui, kIl
)ults the digestive organs in shap, .
ir assimilate food. .s a builder of fls'
and strength Milks Emulsion is strongic
recommended to those whom sickness -has
weakened, and is a powerful aid in resist
ir ng ad repairing the effects of wasting
tur- d'sea'es. Ch-onic stomach trouhle and
constipation are promptly relieved-usu
ally in one day.
This is the only solid emulsion made.
good and so palatable that It is eaten with a
ole- spoon like ice cream.
No matter how seveW your case, you
e. are urged to try Milks Umulion under
this guarantee--Take ix bottle home
ro., d with you, use it according to directions.
Sand it not setlied with tm regults your
the money will be proenPtb ntuadod. Price
Iust eO and 1.1m per bott. 'Tb Mir s Emul
rcise s lon Cs., mTerre .)a SIle by wu
r 4. -
B Jll.i · - J44--- I' 141 -.14 ____
1i t h. Ii . - . ilth ut iark4 d 4 i tS- m ei
" their 11:1\itnuns 1csle bureamratic and
h .I! ..,.Ii 441 CO~.iii' . y.
. .liti 1 I ., nu ~ 4 iw :i . ti-,,4 w ill 1i" To
, Iiii . lif l ,'l to II i 'i4elh; nl' 1 1111- a sm
Iprovi nt :-I; i hr will he to effective oz. o
o',4.r. in tra, , o' rt-atio , th.ere mix
fore. nh4.1t t4. it othuer lines. Naviga- gradi
4til has been herailel. fir shmi' y:-ar, and
it. a il 1inilnl, but in lrite i of heavyI w1
i, ln1 141v. Ti11h i nIt yi\4' i ld, l. i t w ill 11' Tr 1
to r*' t ih'rli . :t I -ea:ti for thlie ii11sent.
l ther4 \'llli'lll ll* i h4e4 4rIt .c1 In1 O
;i1 1 :l'il (lt'. 4 1 ri 4 ls-. : 1 i4 1 ll4 4 lh ' if B
T il;l . h war, whi.' pro el the utt" r
iiclll ty of ,.i ,hr:i ,, f,,r vilv , ,rnme' nt u
11 4in l , railway to ri'e 4t, t he l It er
' n'l'lV. 44s:' tablished thll(e t otilr trluck in
its full m11 Injesty. lht il th I French
railroadis c'ould( not ili, the motor
'trucks on fine French hlighwnays did.
* What the highroads are in France
ithey must be made in America.
i5 Fortunately, we have an excellent
r- little beginning in the middle Wvest.
*The principle of hard roads has been
,d accepted and timid beginnings have
been made to a number of states, chief
among them Illinois. Let us unoder
stand. and immediately, that what has
Sbeent dohe and what has been legis
lated for I. merely the thin entering
wedge of our highroad program. The
Snarrow ribbons of concrete roads laid
-"out by legislation will no more carry
the rthcomlang auto truck tratfe than
Sthe eld narrow gauge single treek
ratelrds were able to carry the rail
road traffle which they caused to de
It Is fortunate that we have many
W ageneles building roads. The nation
i. will do something for the most back
ward. The states., however, should
h .espiat Binder Road.
treble or quadruple all national allow
ancces. In the beginning, and until the
principles of highroad traffic are gee
erally understood, it will probably be
necessary for counties and even cities
to provide the wide thoroughfares nee
esanry at the points wlere traffle cen
To Illustrate, the 18-foot roads which
are perhalp adequate n hundred miles
her in ti e country are evenl now more con
gesed ten mlles oult from the city
limitsl than are our most crowded city
BILLION DOLLARS FOR ROADS
Immense Amount to Be Spent in 1920
for Construction and Proper
Mtore thnn $I.000,.000,0 will be
orw pent this year in eonstruc'tion and
lh ,uniltmtance of roadi5 ,ond streets
ea throughoUt the United Stiates, F. L.
(,a Powers. acretry of ithe , Amerilan
Road Builders' association, estinaited.
aIred I -
on HINDIOER SOCIAL INTFRCOURSE
mSupensicon of Travel Caused by Poor
SCondition of Highways in Rural
.ate :'D l l ( tll r 4 ar4 ill•4'. !4i ;ll'l . n d, t
i Ol llil o, , 4 4'ill t i l-i im . t ,e l -t
ui L tr - 1,. ,, I - i l- . Il ,, 4l I "1- t4 , lilli4 l
. It lb4t wha . 111 4 i
i, do- .i - ,,4 ]; ;, h4 il l 4 4 hille l I
eS esist- Make Rou T:h Lands Useful.
t nstn g Ij i' h on :i l In:1 ; ,l4 : 1 !v: in 4 t
and fr 14iulra pun4 isi 4 gzog
-u - liand- It4iliz*'d for 41: l1' ilin 1'. ,.i'r, i',4:i4l4
mnade l .-i4k4e it li.:44.tih:41 ti tr 1i .4i- ,rt such
-ith a il-odl ts lo th,. mtark
un e Efficiency of Mail Service.,
i oome ,ithi:g ('44141rihuit< i o 4 i4444. to the
oon ns, e~ftiien(y if the rulrh:l mii:4l sIeril'i'ie
- ie a good ro:.'<.
g--au* Aid Community Drvelopment.
Gooi roads iir e4sst1iil to the best
adevelopmel;t of lily e-,L:lan itliy.
This Picins Recom~end; !iy a Doctor
nu it rvaL fut
DR. J. H. WAGNER
isfy beyond a doubt that I'E:-1L! N-\ i- «1.,:t VI, t ^ 1
PE-RLU-NA maUy be purch::v' d an~yWlere j! t2:"' or 1 .;..;,.u.
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It will not co'or thi scalp, is not sticky or
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BEAR CUBS PROBABLY UNIQUE
New Species the Result of Mating
Canadian Black and Russian
Brown, in London Zoo.
A "marriage was arranged" in TAn
don some time ago between Teddy,
the black hear from C(anada, and
|-Daisy. the brown bear from Russia.
The result is the first hybrid black
brown hear cubs ever horn in the zoo
-they may even he unique. for na
ture let alone produces no hybrids.
They are a rich mahogany compro
mise between their parents' colorings.
and are doing splendidly. Along with
the news comes word that the ugliest
beast in the world, the Matamata tur
tie, another emigrant fromn the new
world. has been on nt hunger strike ever
since his arrival in London. At home
he gets his food in a nasty. Iren:h
4 -rolls way. lie has a shell whi'hl looks
like a lump of rock on which weed
grows freely. lie keeps quiet and
1 looks like a pleasant stone for fish
to rest under. Round his Jaws are a
number of long lumps which lo,'k like
desirable worlus. These are his
ground hlit, and evern if the M:atlm:ata
I he ask.p a nibhhle rouses him to snap
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for the day. Why shouldn't it?
Grape Nuts is ready-cooked,
ready- sweetened, and contains
just those good elements nature
requires for the strefgth to do
Make Grape-Nuts your home cereal
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Dizzy's Rap at His Old Foe.
Disraelil's unpublisllel nlovel will be
read with eager interest by all who
care to learn his view of his grea'4
rival, Gladstone, who is therein wer.
trayed as Joseph Toplady h'al'4Afn4f.
In denying him any s,'nsec of humor
the novelist does not exceed.. t$he priv
ileges of poetic license. fE.r certainly
his model was always IA grim, serious
earnest. In ideclarll, h1Iwever. that
he was never se-'A tto smile Disraell
somewhat mali.' tisly exaggerates, for
;l:adstonles '.rile was inot infrequent,
andll wIa among his nl:ly personal
clUhrm... But it most b, rememberedi
that the. novel was written when the
two statesnni had lon.g becn settled
and nlrelentinl' foes~. til DIizzy wavs
ai goodl hater.-Londmon Chronicle,
A well-known preacher was giving
one of his stirrlitg dlis.couerses, when
lie remarked :
"Ah ' that remindl ie ou f something
I shall never forget."
Tl'n ll e stolll arid tlihought and,
:ifter 1hiilkitng a ial \\nit rig a loni
time, grl'illy to Ih,. :wtorihin ent eff
tlh , .ongregat lio . 1t, sait :
"HIear ie,. I i.:mll'lt think of wilat it
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