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Effect Jan. 1, 1007.
Tor further information regarding
trains, call Information operator,
Low round trip rates now on salo
daily to Jacksonville, St. Augustine
and many other Florida potato.
Texas and Virginia and New Or
leans and one hundred ol-'ior soulh
'Ask THE Man"
How much limo yon save by goin"
frcKin)ii!e. AfUlrrisllept .
That Shines Quickest
No Coat for Nineteen Years,
urine the iournpv frnm virrni-in
Fulfs to TClmberJey a big, sun browned
man boarded the Zambesi express
minus Uls coat, with his. shirtsleeves
rolled up. He took a seat at dinner
and tho chief stoward remarked to
hlm that as thero wore ladles present
pvrtiaps Jio would have no objection
"to putting on his coat. "Great Scott!"
the ihan replied, "I haven't worn a
ooat for ID years. You will luvo to
volt, my friend, until .1 can buy ono
t Klmberley!" South Afilcnn Rail-
We move and store
your goods and do
T , all kinds of transfer
. warfc. Phone 155.
KOPLES TRANSFER CO
THE SONGS MY
CSC- '- '.
Dlvrt mo (lio fiotiRti oC 'lillillfoAil ilnyn,
Tlio iiichullfH dint On 111;
Tlw MiiiKH my mnllior wtni: in mo
Tin poiiks 1 H''U'iiro mill.
I.lRtcn, my lirart, to inoiiinrio ." ' .
Of tonilop lnyH of yore, -s z.
Tlio cioonlnt; of mtitrtrnnl loo, " '
Tlio f)iit:i oC slmplor score.
fjlvo to my p;iry oar tlio nlrs
Th.it ntlr nio'tltronKh titid thrnuh,'
By Byron Williams.
Plorclns tho nzurrvof Heaven's blue,
What doth tho .Ladder oC l'amo lead
to?- - ,
Docs Its top rest, 'gainst . Diana's
tower? ' '
Templo of Kphesus? Vosta's bower?
IIlpli In n easllo of wnndious uoms,,
Js (hole u ctnwn with Us dhuleiuS?
AVhy dO mon hIimikkIo In hopo and
Specks bn tho ladder, towaid their
Scaling tho rungs to tho Land 'ot
Craving icnown and an ondloBs nimio,
.JiWSi9mBSSmllll2. irmo-lies lltllo TTuninT'rompkliia!
vV'i4,v. T-2S tt IJHIa TiJmiiii went it-jjntilnie.
"'gyJ??. ?-SSfc?. "l ,," ln"l,'1 n"n ln thdlnltel
,l$i ftSlHCSM? -1 So ho rcU bet, ulnvnml qnlot. '
!$ rr -fgtjr 'Sj HleepJim rntmlv nlwht mid day.
t'H '- F-? J Only ono lesiul hn Tonmiyr-
luii' " 5Tv5 t That llio PR nlrifut uiyt
. W 2.. CWyrUt.
Tim otiMlmo Eonc(,' tlio motlifr Bnne,
Tlis boiikh foirvcr new I
0 in ii t mo tlio pulno of ocHtnsy
I fell In anclrnl tuno
My motlior san In fiunvoilnc voice,
J u w oi ils of slmplo lime.
Round mo no cmnil orchestral flluht",
No jionns of thn time
fllvo mo the ponca of rlilldhood ilayii,
The mother poiiks, ill vine.
Man Rains Ills goal In tlio firmament
Reaping, ho harvests but discontent!
nicndiiiK with hope Is a bnse alloy,
Lost In tho atrlfo ot Llfo's slmplor Joy!
Death to us all sends his bllKhllnc
IIo cnieth nniiRht for a famous man!
(lioso not bettor moio perfect
I.ovo and a cottngo, a baby's kiss?
Why toll ye on for an empty name,
UloedliiK and faint on tho Laddor of
' byiwn wii.mams.
the DflSMtid Gentleman -Con-tinlies
Stories of Tramp Life.
HOW HE IECAME AN OUTCAST
While SUylna at a Farmhouee He
Tells o Floiitlous Anecdote and Then
Gets a Walloplna Prom the Hired
Copyright', ,1907, liy Homr Bprneue.
"Dirt It ever occur to yon that
Weary Wlllfnih mroU up with coinci
dences as wtdl ih other folUs?" nskwl
tho dilapidated Rciitleman n ho' pock
eted tho coin nml prepared to talk.
"Well, llien, let me xny that ho does,
and two thnt occurred to mo a couple
of yenis ago In my tracl9 tiro worth
relating. I had been hoofing It pretty
html for u coypIe of weeks when my
feet Kot flore, and I looked for n place
lo lay off. for a tiny or two. I selected
a inodeNt looking; farmhouse utl turn
ed In, mid my knock on the kitchen
"Nr.vp.n hTorrro ion the nhxt tivh
door was aiiHweied by a woman of
obout forty who weighed fully 200
pounds. Kho pioved to be a widow
with a daughter nlimit ten years old
and was tunning the farm with the
help of n hired 1.11111.
"I offered to work for my board for
two or three days mid was set to pick
lug up cider apples In the orchard.
When supper time came, I had my
meal nlouo ufid ihen helped tho hired
man do up the bores. Tho irnmp
who knows his business will always
try to square the lihccl ninn on the
farm, purlleulaily If he has tho boss
lug of things. This ono didn't cotton
to me worth u lent, lie was gruff nml'
suily, ami, UhhHi I lnmlo It plain that
1 was not alter Ills Job, he wouldn't bo
friendly. As, 1 afterwtud earao to
know, the widow had sold a wbrd or
two n my prne, and thnt had cooked
my million ultli hliii.
"After tliluas had been cleared up
for the nlglii 1 wit down on the veran
da xtcpH. and picvontly the others came
out 1 with for moving away, but the
widow detained me by saying thnt I
must have liml many adventures on
the, road nml lieyould bo glad to hear
me lull:. Vim hired man gave me it
look of wauiltitf.Jml I passed It by
and lepllod. .
'".My Ktiry Is one that I need not
bo iiMiamcd of. I nm on tlio toad an
a damp simply because I was stead
fast In my love for ono ot the most
beautiful mid lovable girls In all tho
" 'You don't mean ltl' exclaimed the
widow as Mio throw her hands up.
'That's what I said to .llm nn hour ago
Jhal you dldu'L look like a common
'"And I suld,lio 1U1, and ho does,'
giowled tlio hlrejuTiin.
"'1 liml Just unlnhed nt Princeton col
lege,' uald. 'when, I attended n the
ater lu (lie elly'jvud.fell In love with
tho neiifss whoVfiyed tho pait of tho
heroine in "Coon ilollow." I managed
to kcouio mi introduction to her thnt
evening nml told her or my love. Sho
thought It was rather sudden, llko fall
lug off a house, ,but she did not dis
courage me. I followed the theatrical
company mound for a month, and then
Oweiidnlln piomlscd to bo mine.
When f-lio spoko (tbo words sho made
mo the happiest iiian lu all tho woild.'
"'Ureal biiakes, but you don't tell
me!' I'M-liilinedthcT blushing widow.
'Why-why -I used to be on tlio stage
"'Is that soV '
'"I hud tlio lead In the play yon
" 'Can It lio'posslbld?'
" 'And I-I-am. Gwcudolln, and you
"Hired man wanting to cnt my throat
men aim tneie, -
"Whim I had asked Owendolln to bo
mine and hlio bad- consented," I re
sumed as soon ns I could get u grip on
myself, "i returned homo to break tho
news of no linpplne8 to my father.
He met me with n told and cruel stare,
nnd In woiilf. n which thero wag no
pity ho Informed mo thnt I niut glvo
her up or heroine n penniless outcast.
I took tho nlternntlvo. With only 9
icnts lu my pocket I started to rejoin
the woman uho hud my heart In her
keeping. When I roaehed the town
where I exposed to And her It was to
lenyu lht slip had doped with tho
'heavy' mini of the eqipptiny. That
broke my iioujrt upd ,toqk. all my conr
age RYiyk and, j instead of returning
..- iil2 u . ; J
jyaiu to uiiiK iNc sVirk Lily' lUiiict, i
bkarhe n dllapldatfiV fntlaiB, and
here. 1 sin. w t41-" -.'' 4,1
" 'How stranlte! . How wokdrfull
i!6w 'oueerl' ntcihlmed the. widow w
she hitched Bld'lnd. 'If any one hntt
told no that Hits would hnvo ever
come to )hss t nhotild liayo caiicd htm
criiry. It was mi a terrible mistake,
Arthur. The "heavy' man claimed to
have pccn it notice of your denth In the
(Miners, nud ns he .was til love with
me nt the same time 1 decided 'to mar
ry him. Wo did not eiope, ns was told
you, but the company hunted ntul ve
heittled for N'ew York ov6r the rallrood
ties. A thousand times have I tltouglit
of you hnd nhvnyt ns sleeping In your
grave. Yes, I am tho willowy Oweii
dnlln of a score of years ngo 1 am
the lending lady .of the plri.v of "Coon
Hollow." ' )
"Murmur of astonishment from my
self. , ,-
. "fixclnmatlons fionw tlje widow's
"Melting looks fromMhe'ivldow her
self. J; j
"Murderous glntiecsifrom the hired
"I was tolling a fletltloils nnerdnle,
of course. Nohlug ofillie sort or kind
had ever hnppe'uixl ipe'." mid I hi dtiy
r believe the widow-was Spfy S)1 ,'"'
'kidding Imsluess, I'cihaps.ho'ited
to mnko tlie lilred man Jealous, Xgnny
rate, pho sold 1 must stay tir,e fvat
fenst a month, and HhcdroUftii$'Any
name In tender nceenls. TIMlihVll.hinn
got thn green eye nil right. It wit an
nounced thnt f was to have the parlor
bedroom, but Just before letirlng he In
vited me to go'to the Jiarn with him to
see the (hrnshlng'iniir-hllKV He was It.
When wo got out there he called me nil
kinds of Ihus and thieves niiit-gave tne
such a walloping that I took to the
road nnd never stopped for (lie next
five miles. How he explained mntteis
to my willowy flwendollu I never
"The other coincidence I have in
mind was pulled oft' In Connecticut. 1
was hoeing coin for n fanner for n dol
lar a dtiy nud my bo.nd, and had work
ed for tlueo days, when he snld we'd
stop and rest our backs If I'd tell lilm u
sloiy. I agreed, and wo diopped oin
hoes and sat down. The tramp who
tells a farmer any story nt all should
make It a murder story to benefit by It.
On this occasion 1 claimed to hue mur
dered nn old couple in AiUnusas for
their money, but was disappointed in
laying hand on any tthb. I described
how I used ax, crowbar nud knife and
lion I hid lu a swamp for four days
afterward, und ho enjoyed the"partlcu
Inrs like a boiled dinner. I put him on
his oatli not to -vo me nwny, und It
seemed to inc. after the story had been
told, that he looked up to me with awe
"fay, now, that was a curious thing.
When we went to the house to supper
the farmer showed me n old newspa
per with nn account of just such" a
crime In It. It hnd occui'LOtl lu the
same state, the victims were an old
couple, nud the miitdcrcr had iniulu
good his escape. I read It, but did not
worry, .rter l nan gono to neu tn
runner drovo sK miles nnd got the:
sheriff nud two constables, und these
otllcen were within a quarter of a mile
of tho houe when tho good wife woke
me up and wnined mo lo dec. She
snld hho always did have a sneaking
sympathy for murderers, and sho
hoped 1 would get, away.
"Oct away 1 did, but I was followed
for n bundled miles and had to do a
heap of dodging. I don't know whether
the farmer felt sure that I was tho
right party or not. Von can't alwayrt
tell about tlio-o Nutmeg farmers. He.
saved .:', by obliging me to tuke a
skate, and I think that had a heap to
do with hi oHii'lousness."
And Now the Auto Divorce.
"Ro riylilgh und his wife are di
vorced? You sui prise me! What was
"Oh, Incompatibility of Ideas. She
wanted lo run their motor car with
ilenntuted alcohol, and he profaned
gasoline. Of ctwrf-e they would never
agree, so they hnvo separated."
Benefits of Education,
Mistress Good j,'rnelous. Mntle, what
a mess your kltihen Is lu! Whatever
have you been doing? at Jlvllt take- yon
u week to clean It, should think.
Mario Yen, inuiuj tho young ladles
hnvo been down bete showing me how
to boll a potato according to tho cook
Mabel's Changing Moods. '
Whrn Mabel ploys the typewriter.1
Tim click pm temta h?r cut lent mood;
It tells us how hrr thpiiKhts prevail
Ami If aim's feeling hnd qi t'Oott,
Wiim pence hi In Iki heartland urhln.
The sound is soft uu bummer initio
That tups upon tho wlnilovp;lnc,-
When Mabel pliijs tho typewriter,
When Mabel pounds tbu tpewrKer,
A cloud aildi-s in tho uliy, ,f
Tho dove of Knee outupi ends Its wlnra
To pthei1 lelniis quick to (ly.
At tosilnc or hi-r,i;iacefnl he.id,
Drlsht villi Its crown nt BQlden ted,
You fee) a emu-lux t-onse or dread,
AVhon Mabel nniiiiils tho tpwrttcr,
WhHi Mnlx-I huiiBs the typewilter,
J.00U out the ruel w-T's betfiml
You liuar tlm i oil of muHlEclt y,
You liciii tile iiQ0ly natlliiK sun,
Don't raj- rv je, iihn'i soy her ny,
Don't dare a, nlnnlo woid fo my,
But rofilyj swiftly tnl nyay
When Mabel vi'hfU'ltn (he typewriter.
1 ur ,.
IB HfirPOtflia fc-
mexico'o nlcHeit Man may dis
Thousands of AlvariMlo'a Countrymen
to Receive Aid from him He May
Yet Pay His CouritML'a Na
tional Debt Mapld Rite.
City ot Mexico, tialne Rumor has
It that Don Pedio Alvarado, th'b rich'
cat ninn among tho Mexicans, Is nbout
to dlstrlbulo several million pesos
among tho poor ot lila country. Ho Is
tho owner of thn phonomonal Palmll
lo mine, In Pnrral, state of Chihuahua,
and his only peer tn wealth Is Don
Litis Terrflzas, ex-governor of tho
stato of Chihuahua, and father-ln-lnw
6t, Hon. Rnrlquo Clay Creel, tho now
Mexican ambassador to Washington.
Alvarado Is rated at $160,000,000,
Mexican money, Of course, thnt Is a
moderate fortune alongside those of
Rockefeller, licit and other billion
aires, but the Mexican millionaire, It
Dnme Rumor Is correct, Is nbout to
tench a lesson to ninny n ninn who
might profitably go nnd do likewise.
It Is said thnt Don I'cdto will dls
tribute tho sum of ten million pesos
nmong the needy poor of Mexico soon.
It Is not his plan to glyo tlio cash
outright, but to provide homes and
lands for tho poor, and equip them so
they can earn their living at trades
nud on plantations. It Is a sort of co
operative plan; this philanthropic
man will cooperntc with Provltlenco
In tho undertaking thnt will have
tho effect of making 10,000 Mexi
cans Independent, educate as ninny
poor children and glvo away a
few odd millions every year. Ever
slnco he got his money he has spent
large sums along Just such lines,
and tho new Idea therefore Is
but n broadening of old methods on
his part, for hoi has always been lib
eral to the poor nnd has erected quite
a number of churches and school
houses where they were needed In tho
great state of- Chihuahua.
Six yearn ago 'Don Pedro Alvarado
was a poor miner, but soon fell under
DON PEDRO ALVARADO.
(Mexican Millionaire Who Will Dis
tribute Wealth Among the Poor.)
tho witchery of fortune's smiles. Near
ly two yeai s ago ho oifered to the gov.
ernment or .Mexico wnnt is unique mi
human history to pay off its public
debt but tho offer was refused, while
most, graciously acknowledged. Rut
It Is said that ho propobes to come to
this city and seo President Diaz and
personally renew and press tho offer.
Don Pedro's capital Is commencing
to roll up so .swiftly that ho could
easily pny off, with one check, tho
public debt of J22C.000.000 carriedby
Mexico, und that at an early date.
Thus ho would save to his country at
least $9,000,000 to 110,000,000 per an
num, as well ns lift the principal It
self. Don Pedro Alvarado's plan to pro
vide homes for needy Mexicans on a
hugo Bcale, If carried out, will estab
lish u precedent In human history,
and go to prove that after aU tho
world Is getting better when men of
means will sacrifice for others. Sonor
Alvarado Is ci edited with saying
qulto-iccently: "I got my money from
tho earth Itself, which Is a part of
Mexico, and Mexico ought to rccelvo
sonic benefit fioni my acquisition."
Ho said this referring to his pet
schomo for paying the debt ot his
Rofenlng to his other" plan for dis
tributing relief to tho ueedy of Mex
ico, Senor Alvarado Is quoted as hav
ing said also Jastf month, "Mexiro has
enriched me, why Bhould not 1 enrich
my countrymen? To meet monu
ments, establish libraries and mil
vei-Bltles only helps tho rich and their
chlldrou, Rut thnt form, of philan
thropy does not feed tho body, clothe
tho nakod -nor save tho souls of the
deserving poor. I ptoposo to glvo away
much of my wealth before I die, for
none of It can I take with me, and
ouly a fool will hoard wealth while
half the world starves." As Senor
Alvarado has been la tho hnblt of
helping tho poor who come within his
radial activity over slnco ho com
menced (o acquire wealth, his words
liave not only much of power nnd
boauty and homely force, but all the
weight of consistent experimental en-.
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I Mil mk ' '' , ",
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nlmlUrty named retdiee sssrtthaies
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Is n WHITfi PACKAOfl wttf i Maek aad red
lcttctlaf, and bears the slrmatere ot '
FISH THAT SWALLOW SANO. -
Ocean Denlzena Which Load Their
Stomachs with Ballast.'
An official of tho fish commission,
nt Washington, states that coptalna
of ttshing smacks tn tho North sea
havo found that codfish at certain
times of the year take sand Into their
stomachs as "ballast." This, It would
appoar, Is done when the fish are
about to migrate from O10 shallow
water covering the southern banks ot
Hie North sea to tho deeper wtter
farther north. j
It has been observed that fish
caught on tho southern banks just 'be
fore the migration begins and ttaoso
caught In the northern waters alter
It Is completed havo sand In their
stomachs and that tho sand la dls
chaiged after the arrival ot the fish 'at
the southerh banks on tho return
lu pioof ot this It Is stated that the
sand found In tho fish often dtffors lu
color and quality fipni that .of, the bot
tom where .they are caught.
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A Novelist's Mission. '
The neglect of Disraeli's writings
may be In part duo to tho fact that
most people think It Is below tho dig
nity Of a statesman, or ot nny mun
following what Is called a "serious"
profession, to' composo works ot Ac
tion. Certainly, many do not yet i
understand that the man who wrltov. '
novels may be a very wlso man;
they do not icallzo thnt accurately to
pott i ay human nature and to present
plenties of lire Is not only a most
wot thy, but also a most difficult task,
icqulting for Its performance an In
telligence far above the average, acute
powers, of observation, and a keen
sense of humor. For surely the great
novelist Is tho oksqrver sounding the
depths, while others glance nt the sur
faco and oxamlno the mycterles of
life, while othero are content ' to
overlook even the obvious. Melville's
Vlctoilan Novelists. ,
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