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tious and wholesome of all foods madt
But ordinary soda trackers absorb moist
ure, collect dust and become stale and
soggy long before they reach your table.
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crisp and nourishing that it stands alone
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NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
ALL THI3 WEEK
The Feituro of Features
Refined Musclcal Artist
"His First Lowm"
Wire 'Walker and Foot Jug
gler. CUNNINGHAM & SMITH
Ladles' Ohinaware Souvenir
-Matinee Tuesday and Thurs
Two Bhows nightly 7:30, 87lfi
AMATEURS FRIDAY NIGHT
mtiti" tTrt ottnifr ATiir rn"
AJ1XJ 01U QUUW VJJVYIXD, Ill
..Saturday morning we will com
mence to sell Fresh Country Eggs
fpet dozen 20c
i Try Our Flour,
? Electric Light, rargo dack .. SI. 15
Crystal Patent, largo sack' ... $1.20
v Tho above flour I guaranteo to bo
ar, good as any beat Flour in Mar
inn or money refunded.
t CONSUMERS WHOLESALE
J'hor.ea Citizen 1174. Boll 817 1
V. M. 0. A. Bnllding.
tjC Solid Geld Filled (fjA
.$9 Glasses for (J2,
Columbia Optical Co.
115 South Main
Open Saturday and Monday evening
V have movod my stock of cloth
ing, Cent's 'Furnishings and show Stockholders and Investors
from rforth Main street to tho True J Take Notice
block on West Center street room l , ,,r
formerly occupied by John Pfann, J SlgSug ,-s -Oomo
in and get acquainted. West a reivfdays nBo to examine
the mlne3 for thn i,nni
I. n. Havfer & Co.
mj . -mrw
Anynna rtndlnK a kolrn nna deorriDtinn mm
nnlcklr unrertalii our opinion pee whollin-.itu
b. . iieiiiloii iniUnUljri)tBiiiiflil. OoiiitiuiiIoa.
nynne rtndlnK a kolrh nnd deorrlDllnn may
J ,' '' iont. free. Oldcut aRtiiicy tor ecurin palcnm
( 'i" I'.tVniu taVi'ti tfiruuih liinii to. wibItb
ilomatr ctlrcnnademini. HANUbUUK oni-au'.uu
n ipfriui hhi "i'""-"""-i .--
fi Scientific flmcrlc.iii.
M A'htiidioniclr lllttttraled ww-lr. l.nret rtr.
n,R"icti0m?9,ifKBi. yhiiii.'iii o o
DON't NEOLEOT to look up tho matter as to your spring wall pa-
per needs. Select your wall paper now, and by all moans neo our now
. .Hauiples before making your purchanes. Papor hanRoip richt at your
l . u. . v.j,
moisture proof packagt.
A CAMPAIGN FOR
Advocates not Discouraged
by Congress' Action.
Public Schools Newspapers and
Public Men Have Adopted
With nn nnny or 15,000 supporters
who havo dignified their heller In
the Mmpllfledy.itolllng Idea, with 100
r.ingalueH and 'newspapers alic.idy
lu-Ing tho shoiter for nut, and with
i:io other publications ready to be.
Kin to spoil In the space-saving
way, the .Simplified Spelling Board
Is planning this year a very nctlvo
c.unpalgu to secure tne adoption o
IU Idea. In th j first two months
or this year, 350 Important business
men have joined the movement. A
campaign uniting college and uni
versity iwofiSHfiH In two months
has added 000 n lines to this class
o siipporlo.s. As a icsull, slmpll.
neo spelling is now endorsed hy
lr'00 fdiicntorti in th0 Institutions or
.uigiior education in this country.
'I he next eimpalgn will bo to Inter
est tho faculties and pupils or the
gi eat hoi mal hchoolb. Alicady there
nro 3,000 teachers who Invo signed
(he adhesion enrd, wiillo simplified
spelling Is bolng tnUght oc uiithnrbed
in tho stnto normal schools ot Col.
oindo, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota.
I'rniisjlvanlr, WIsuiiibIii and other
slates, and In Iho public school of
Washington, i). c.; Dayton, O.;
Columbus, o.; niiliith. Minn.; pfls.
sale, N. .1.; and many other oltleB
A simplified hielllng convonllnii
v III he held In April In Now York
t'lly, at which plans ror u sustained
and uellvo campaign will probably
bo rorninlaled. The simplified spell
ing Idea eontlniio.s to mako friends,
and lis snppoiiois ,,ro mom san.
flulnn ilmn over of Its ultimate sue,
CASTOR I A
.For Infanto and Children.
Tfii Kind, You Hive Always Bought
Boors 'the HJ? yf.'.r
Signature of 6&?7&&W
'!'!''! w(l,ll,tnKo iro block or flt0Ck
Moii their return:
Placbe, Novc. .Mirch 1th, 1!)07.
C K. Ileishey.-
Lincoln, Nevada Mining & Mllllug
Company, richest and beet pioperty
' Wnohojllstrlct. can g.et mllllqu
dollnrd for nranortv in i.io ..?..
P.ny. .Mon, mnrty with monoyMhtin1, lpllt tlmps ihMi'K0 dollars
Rteatcst oppouimliy over orrt,rpiJ P'ljl twfcnty-scven cents gives us two
Mrn.in i . ... " "in iiu 1m,i.n,i ,i nrt in .in .
t Mai Ion Inveslois. AH stock will tin
-..... .wu" u ,uw (iu)s, upon.rctniii
jaaim:r aiiurm hull!
' W. M. JACKSON. "(
H. M. RUDINS.
"We hopo Marlon Investors w(H
)t neglei't this raio onnortimiiv in
mnkq some monoy. lleseivo our
"took now or you may bo too Into,
Olflco I. O. O. F, building.
11 "' K. Ilorshey, Manage"
A It&UN IN
The Disease Proves Very Ex
pensive to One Herd.
AN EXAMINATION FREE
State Pays for the Cattle
Having the Disease.
No Dairyman Can Afford to Permit
1 His Cows to go Without Proper
t Some tinio ago, the noard or blvn
Slock''Coninilsslonci8 received a ro
piest rioln tho dairyman tr test two
h? three cows or his herd, composed
or twenty-three animals. IIo slated
(tlmt theio animals cmiKhed and
were not iIoiur wen.
n orricer of the lloaiil visited
thh Tarin, made an Inspection or
tho herd and learned the following
Tho owner was an old man and
had kept cows on his rami, for
ahout rorly years, nccr addlnj; new
animals to his herd ocopt Its own
piofjcny and occasionally a new
hull. During all those ears, until
.March, 1002, ho had had no serious
Illness among his cows. Occasional,
ly deaths occurred tmi tboy wer,-
always riom evident causes, such
a i milk rover, bloat, accidents, etc.
In .March, 1002, lie IkiurIiI two
cow'r at a jale. Ono or these an.
Imnls was i at her roor, but her con
dition was attrlbutod to poor reed
and enre. The other animal .seemed
to be In pond health.
Arter nboiil three months, cow No,
1 died. The exact cause or her
death was not ascertained. About
six months Inter, cow No, 2 died;
cause not ascertained.
DnrltiR this Mine, several new-
cows wore added to the dairy by
purchase, tho owner desiring to build
up a larger dairy herd.
AlMiut six months nttor tho death
of cow No. 2, a cow belonging to
the original herd ceased doing well,
began to cough and died.
AVIlhln tho next two yenrs. at Ir
regular Intervals, live additional
animals began to rail; they ran down
in condition and died.
Tho owner stated (hat all or these
animals showed the samp symptoms
und that ho holleved th all died
or tho same disease. When tho last
animal died, u veterinarian wu,j
called and reipiostod to mnko n post
mortem examination. He pronounced
tht dlseaae tuberculosis.! Thiee
nnlmals or tho liord were at thai
time. In an tint hi if ty condition and
the veteilnailan advised u tuberculin
lest on tlieso nnlmnls.
The Stale Hoard or Llvo Commis
sioners was nnneiled lo in mnim
Afler learning this hlslory. tho
owner was advised, to have his en.
urn neni icsieii, io wlileli bo ngreed.
Ttlm icsull or tho test may bo told
In a Tow words. or the Iwonty
tlireo animals comprising tho herd,
twenty-two lencled to tho lost and
weio pioiiounced tubercular. Upon
being quest loned tho owner stated
that the Iwenly.thlrd animal, tho
ono l hat did not react, had lieon
added to the berd Jus! a row weeks
Wheie did tho dlseaso orlglnalo?
Them hceins only ono possible con
clusion; it was introduced with tho.
piiuhiiKo or tho Iwo cows In March,
lfl02. Fiom that llmo until tho test
was inadn, In tha fall or 1!)05, a
lieilod or a llltlo moio than tlneo
years, a hmd that averaged less
than twenty-rour nnlmnls during
that time sulTored a loss or eight
crwa through death, thieo nnlmnls
evidently sick, and most of thn, olh.
er aiilnials more or less visibly nr.
reeled with the dlseaso.
Arte! the test, all or tho reacting
cows were destroyed; autopsies held
on tho rnrcasses pioved tho correct
ness of tho diagnosis.
All or the condemned animals woro
appi.ilsed, avei aging In valuo thirty
two dollais and Uonly.seven cents
U2VJ7). We can now flguio out,
wlthouf niuch tioublo, what It cost
loiavW tuberculosis In this herd for
a porldjl or thieo jeais. Assuming
thb value or tho animals that died
tOMio tho same as tho average of tho
........,....,.,,, ,i(l-t.-iKiii. iiuiiiuh mm
slVlecn 'ents (J2r.S.10), In addition
I') tho loss of three animals In an
atancei Btago or tho dlseaso, and
(he bnjanco of tljo hord, with thq
o.( option of a single animal, Inreetcd
' All of this loss could havo been
avoided and the tuhpiculln test been
lesoitod to in tlmo.j
With a Board or Llvo Stock Copi.
mlsi-loneis thai "will test dairy bonis
ir tho expense or tho state, thus
enabling tho owner to detect tho
dlseaso In t8 first stages when them
l.t yet a possibility or saving Iho
healthy poillon of tho herd, nnd
with slato Jnwp that proyldo for
liberal compensation for the loss of
animals condemned )y tho Board
of Live Stock Commissioners, what
"frH?tfi "' "A .' t "
rorj permuting dlseatfo to cut;into hia
profits and to contaminate' and
(make dangerous the mllle sunblv
n." towns and cities?
GetRSamhlo Dottle of thntrielresh
iny .Llipild D. D. 0. PresoripKon
Exlornnlly Used IN
Ts Iliero any snl'f,cier from skin
diseases ceetna, psoriasis, or tini
dred ailment who could rend tho
folloWinsr and fail to laleo ndvatu
tage or I ho offer?
,;' A trial l0(I0 of I hat tliorpiighly
proyen reireily I), ), I). lR4
script ion-n ieine(jV uied KXTH1J
NAliLY nnd endorsed hy, physician
tliis . trinl bnl Ho nt loss Ih'an cos),
of po.laRe and pnelwng.
Wo KNOW that in,, INSTANT
yon - apply a row drops of I). I).
1). liquid In llial awl'id ileliiiiR
skin, the. ngony is fconc you nro
soothed, lefieshed, frc0 from Hint
itch. Soon I heiv nro sijrns of, cine.
Is not this drlh a TKIAI....
Rend 10 cents (silver or stamps)
to -Hie 'D. I). I). Company's lnb-oi-alory
nnd jmi a tral bottle of
this KXTHRNAI, lomedv Wn
know you'll loiiio lo our store ni
ter Iho trial and fjol a iefiflar bol
lln ol $1. Send tho dime today
to the Y)i 1). 1). Comiianv. KhiIa
B, 112-120 .Michigan Stivet, Cl.i
casro. Floekcn I'harmney.
REPORTS A SHORTAGE
Claim W. F. Johnson Illegal
ly Ketained Money. "
Report Filed iTuesday
the Ex.Clerk is Short
William F. Johnson, formerly
cleik of Marion county, is ehni'ged
by t ho sfnto hiiicau of accounting
with being 1081". ,13 hnil. lie
leeentlj disappe.ned. Tho rcpoit
filed with tho Inire.iu lx ihaininer
V. II.' MMrtifley '.a t special ono,
covering the ol'i'ico between Sept.
J, l!)0:innd Oct. 1, .1000.
DniinMhw tinio no payments
weie made into Iho lieasury of
unchiilued costs reserved in the of
fice. Fees' -leeeived for lisbuisc
nient to Uios0 on tho cost bills of
d'lffoiciit n3esi"weie novcr cntcicd
in tlio piopcriiionk. In Ihi.s maiinor
tho owner bfv' J'ee.s did nol know
they luil bl!eiipaid in. and Iho
money ienininedv in (ho hands of
Ihn eleik. ColiTrplicnlioiis resulling
i'lolll ihU I'fHlllii'Llii miiiln H111 ii'nil-
or nudltlng especially dlffleult.
Ohio .State .Tonnial.
Slntn of OhinJvCily of Toledo
l.ueas Ooiinty, S3.
Frank .1. Cheney imakes ontli
that he is senior pailner of the
finn of V. J.C'lienoy & Co., do
jug linsineqi jiVjjIm City of Toledo,
County and Slain nl'oresiid, and
that said film will ijiav I Im sum of
ONU Ifl'NDREn DOLLAUK for
each and e ery , ea.e of C.ilarrh
that lannol ho cured by tlio use of
Hall's C.Unnh Curo.
FRANK- ".I. CHRNIJY,
8woni lo bfjfVrro' mo and sub
serilmd 111 my 'jirenco, Him OHi
day of Deoemher, A. P., 1SS0.
(8RAli) -oary Puhlio.
JIallV C.ilailrpum 'is lakeu in-
lornnlly, and aeU diieelly on Ihn
blood nnd tniiepiu; .siirfaces of Iho
system. SoiKli'-finiesCiinoiiials frcvi.
F. .f. ClfHNI'JV & CO.
r' Toledo, O.
Hold hy alKdrugif-ls, 7.rn.
Takn llnirsmily Tills for con-
New Theory1- of Sleep.
Sir William flowers has recently de
veloped a new theory or sleep. Accord
ing to hi? expl&nn'tlon, tho suspension
of consciousness' In sleep Is piobably
due lo u "break nnd malio" action
ainong Mm bralnqePs. The activity
of tho bialn Is .considered to be due
to nervo colls, from . which spring
uerve cords that go on dividing und
subdividing until, '(boy terminate In
llttln knobs. Formeily It was bo
lioved that tho nervo cells or the brain
were In iieitnanent connection hy
means or their terminals; but now It
appears that theso are only In oppo
sition and capablo-or being sepaiated.
Tho hjpothoBlS'is that duilng sleep
Bitch separation 'takes place, and the
fact that uaicotlc"ouhstancea uio cap
able or Indue Ins Bleep Is held to sup
port this vlow. '
Smelling tor a. LIvlnfl.
A now occupation has been devel
oped lu Londou and already la being
successrully worked, says Popular
Mechanics. The-jeijulrenieut la a
sensitive sense of hmell, and u Utile
practlco makes the detector quite pro
ficient. He Inspects tho gae pipes
and fixtures of a butldlngr and charges
18 cents for eucbleak ho dlscoveu.
Some ot the meneaitVflG a week.
OCxAii to imUiiiiD
QH08T3 OF.TEN SEEN AT SEA,
8AYS A BAILOR.
Come Aboard, Seemlnoly, to Vlitt, and
Not lo Do.HarmiThelr Appear-
ance Looked Upon at a
"An ohf, sailor tofd mo that gbost'i
nro common cnniiRh nt sea," snyn a
writer In iho Manchester fluardlan.
"Ho rayo that soma parts of Iho
ocean arc full Siij)lrlls, ju)d that
Others haVo nonoji, ail'
t.''Tii6y arp not offei)'1 , nefp. Only
Common ghosts aro seei,aecordlnf; to
ithd Old jiallor. Ho sai'B that they
ofen' eoiho aboard ships, lint not lo
do harm; that, the early mornliiR U
tho betffc tinio to fieo them, u llttlo
beroro turn to tinio, beroro the Bhlp'n
cook linn tho coffen ready.
"There. Is an old story of n ship
which carried an extra" hand who had
never signed articles. Tho crew ills
covered, Thon they wero lu blue wa
ter, that ono watch had 11 man too
"I onco know n sailor wbo had
nailed In a haunted passenger nt earn
er. Bho wan ono or tho ships plying
between the Plato and IJverpool, but
I cannot mention her name, as nho In
still afloat,. Bho has ono peculiarity,
a poop au Me as Iho poop nt an Kast
"Thla poop Is haunted. Tho sailor
who told mo or Iho gliosis was ono
of tho ship's fiuartermaslorg. Or. one
passnfcO, when tho ship was In tho
tropics, ho had tho middio watch be
low. Tho ro'c's'lo (which happened lo
bo art, under tho poop) was bo hot
that ho could not sleep.
"At last ho turned out ot his bunk,
took a blanket and a pillow and went
on deck to sleep. Hu mado up Ida
bed 011 tho poop lo leeward of ono or
tho boats, and settled down to rest
at about threo In tho morning, juat
as Iho dawn had beRiin to rhango tho
color or tho sky.
"IIo did not know how long ho
rtlept; but bo woko up with a. rtart
to see a lino or men hrnomlnc down
tho poop lowanl him with a boatswain
In front of them, swilling lhiiv.etn or
water on to Iho deck as they woiked
aft. Ho saw thorn as plainly as I neo
my dinner on my plate, some thieo
or rour yaids away, all working hard.
They wero s :nr that ho sprang to
his leet at once, grabbing up bin gear
lest It should bo wet.
"Ho had hardly taken his gear In
his hand when ho thought with a
shock that he had overslept himself
at least an hour and a hair; that it
was now hair past five, slnco they
wero washing decks; that ho hadn't
been to muster nnd that ho would get
a bee in his ear, If nothing worse, for
going on deck to sleep without leav
ing word whero ho could bo found.
As ho got up ho saw that tho boat
swain and tho hands took no notice of
hlra, though 0110 ot tho swoepois
looked In hia direction.
"'Ho was a red-headed fellow,' said
tho cpiartcrmastor, 'and ho'd got a
scar ueross ono cheek llko ho'd been
hit by a club; an ugly looking lad ho
was. So 1 knew nt onco Ho wasn't
ono ot our ciowd.
" 'And 1 saw him as plain as I stand
hoio, und ho looked nt mo; and 1 snw
Iho boatswain as plain, too; I saw
him tell tho icd-headed fallow to
heavo 'lound on his broom nnd nol go
dreaming llko a God send Sunday fel
low. No, 1 didn't hear him say thai
I only seon him.
'"And tho fellow, ho went on
brooming down directly I seen htm
get told. I felt queer all over; II was
so natural. I wasn't dreaming. I was
awako all light. It was a vision. Or
K It wasn't n vision I'll toll you what
It was It was sent.
'"It wns sent as a wnrnlng. That
red headed follow was :i warning.
Some tlmo I shull meet thnt red
headed follow, -anil you mail: my
words, ho'll clvo mo a queer push,
'"So I shnll stand fiom under whon
f como alongside of him. I'd know
him again If I saw him, all right.
Somo day I shall seo him.'
"Tho vision or warning, or what
over It was, kept him awako for tho
rest or tho watch. Ho went below to
tho lo'o's'Io, having had enough of
Iho poop, and found that ho had been
aslocp hardly moro than 20 minutes.
'"lhero Is something wrong with
that poop, it is not n canny place.
"I know of anothor quer thing
which happened there, and or a man
who started up rrom his sloop besldo
n boat to piophony or what should
happen to him In a year's tlmo. Tho
piophecy seemed to every ono tho
most cinck-hralned nonsenso; but It
was fulfilled exactly, almost to a day.
certainly within a w.eek or tho tlmo
One Method of Practicing Law.
When G rover Clovolnnd was prac
ticing law at Buffalo, savn the Run.
day Magazlno, among his associates
wns a joung lawyer, who, though a
bright tollow. was lathor Inclined to
0NB MORE BARGAIN
Added to Our
I COLGATE'S SHAVING SOAP
& (8 Ckt In a Pound') "'
gi 25 CENTS
kjf Onr bargain counter is full
w. ...b" " orv.u wiwi "u nave oiion neen asitca "now ran
!Jf yon afford to sell theso things mj cheap?" Trile, We- do 'iot
W expect to mako a profit on these- BarKalns, bit wo hate
found that wo have Induced peoplo to visit onr Storo who
1 havo not been accustomed to trading with us. Wo Want io
jU mako your acquaintance, to meet you face to face, and glva
JJf you an opportunity to sen just what wo aro doing in tho way
Uf of np-to-dato Drug Biialnons In Marion. We want you to seo
y overy department is, strictly up-to-dato-selerted with npeeial
ifi caro to meet your individual wants. Why if you have not
j boen in onr store for a year, you won't, know tho plaeo.
Jf Wo have added to ur stock several nttw lines, the best in
'U world and ours is tho only store in town handling thorn.
if And what Ls more, onr Prices, tho whole way through, are
y; just aa low as it is possible to make them and roalizn a rnn
if servatlvo profit, That In all we ask.
THE REXALL STORE
laziness. Ho was forover bolheilng
Cloveland about points or law rather
than look them up himself.
At Inst Cloveland beenmo tired of It.
and thn next tlmo tho young man
sauntered in Cleveland knew what
ho wanted and, getting up, pointed
to his hookcaso nnd said, "There 1110
my bonks. You aro welcomo to them;
you can tend up your own case."
Tho tellow was caught, but ho rose
to tho occasion. "Seo bore, Oiover
Cleveland," he said. " I want you to
undoi stand I don't read law. I pruc
Uco entirely hy ear, and you nnd jour
books can ko to thumtar"
PRAYERS OF THE RIGHTEOUS,
Request for Special Exhortation Put
Tho lato Gen. Alfred Holtt of Do
ror, N. H was Tor many yeais ten-cral-ln-chlef
of tho militia forces of
the stale. Yearly musters weie the
custom during the early pait or tho
last century, such annual occurrences
being a gieat public display, and the
approach ot muster day was looked
forward lo an a aeason of great local
One particular year the muster at
Barrlngton, N. II., was looked upon
as of moio than ordinary Impoitanea
In that tho governor of New llnmp
shire wns tho guest ot honor. An
unusually largo crowd assembled, lor
tho great man's presence was regard
ed aa an especial compliment to the
town. Tho soldiers appealed In much
moio elaborate regalia than was theli
wont, bands of music wero present
and tho whole countryside was In Iti
gala mood. ,
Oen. Holtt did not fail to nppro
clalo tho Importance ot tho occasion
It was tho custom to open tho mill.
tary exorcises with prayer, and
i-iuer Hiiermirno 01 Harrington was
tha chaplnlu of tho town regiment.
Just beroro tho exercises began tha
geneial bustled up to Iho clergyman,
und In hid most earnest nnd excitable
manner addressed him as follows:
"Hlder. this is a groat day for
Hnrilngton! Sho will never seo an
other llko It on tho L,ord'n eaith!
We'vo got tho governor hero, and a
bigger crowd than wo'll over boo
again! Now, elder, all I have to
suy to you Is, go in and pray your
The Youthful Mind.
Among tho answers to questions tt
a recent school examination appeared
the following: "Gross ignorance U
1-14 times as bad as just ordinal
Ignorance." "Anchorlto Is an old
fashioned hermit sort ot a follow who
has anchored blsselt to ono place,"
"Tho liver ls an Infernal organ."
"Vacuum Is nothing with the air
sucked out of it put up In a pickle
bottle It is very hard to get."
Are You Going to Build?
Let us give you a few hints. Wo have our own architoc. We
aro not in tho lumber combine. Wo will givo you valuo receiv
ed. Wo aro responsible, and wo givo you what you bargain for.
SOUTH SIDE BUILDING
Office 112 Court St. New Phone 1521
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
Whether a Bunch of Shingles ,
or the biggest lumber contract, it's always policy to
come to the concern that DOES THE BUSINESS.
Largest output; superior mill
right price there's much to
The Wollenweber Lumber Co.
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to overflowing with Shotr
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Old itouian sportsmen sought by
every means, human and superhuman,
to win theli, chariot raies. Douglas
Sladen. In his "Carthage and Tunic,"
tells how the archaeologlsls have re
covered various Imprecations, used by
ownord of racing chariots und burl?d
in tombs before the races. Here Is
an examplo: "I udjitie thoo so bind
tho hands, the bead nnd tho heart of
Victorious to-morrow as I hold this
rock bound, lllnd also tho members
of the horses which he tuny drive,
hinder them from springing forvvahl.
i'leclpltate their drlfe? from tins char
iot, so that he may bo dragged aero-.
The Formidable Bent Pin.
"Huh!" fcornfillly nnorted tho
nlcKel-plated safety pin. "You are not
hi the same class with me."
"Ob, j oil haven't any cause to be
stuck up," lelorted the ordinary pla.
"Speaking of classes, some or uc have
occupied chairs In thn foremost
schools and colleges."
Not Evenly Balanced.
"Fliit his su'.arj Is equal to
amount ot work he does, Isn't It?"
"Gracious! No; that would be aw.
"How do you mean?"
"Why, he'd be so overworked he'd
have nervous prostration.'
MILL WILL START AFTER '
I THREE YEAR'S IDLEWfSS
Bridgeport, O., March G.-rhe
Laughlin sheet mill nt Martina For
rj, employing eight hundred men,
which hits been idle for threo ypdrn
on account of a Hlrlke. has been or.
derod started no.xt week.
FIo hundred miners In tho Empire
mlnes lesumed work today after a
I Tlio ret lotuT
All couch orreoi coatalalne mfitea ,
pat the boweli. Bee'i LtratiT Boaer i4
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