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EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1907
M TMHITH BOUND.
No. S3 0! am
Mo. ,17 f 10: pm
No. 39 CilOpm
" SOUTH BOTJND.
No. 30 G5B0 am
K6.38 7:20 am
No 32 10:25 am
No. 34 1'3ti Pm
No. 3S 7:15 pm
No. 38 Btarts from Marlon.
'" No. 39. stops at Marlon.
Nri. 39 -will leava Columbus lit 8 pm
No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am
No. 8, New York Ex 5:32 am
No. 12 8:C0 am
No. 4, Veatlbulo Limited.... G:33 pm
No. 10 Accommodation 12:55 pm
No. 22 arrives .. 5:10 pm
C. & E. DIVISION.
No. 9, Chicago Express 12:55 am
Np. 3, VcstlbnJcd Limited.. 10:31 am
No. 21 .... 7:00 am
No. 11 3:45 pm
No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm
5 SOUTH AND CINCINNATI.
No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am
No. 3, Vestlbuled Limited.. 10:39 am
No. 11 3:45 pm
Dally, b Dally exceot Sunday.
.New York Central Lines
BIG FOUR ROUTE
1 WEST BOUND.
No. 15 0:40 am
No. 19 9:52 am
No. 29 2:00 pm
No. 5 4:32 pm
No. 43 7:30 pm
Local 11:45 am
No. 38 10:48 am
No. 40 12:17 pm
No. 10 5:27 pm
No. 10 7:25 pm
No. 20 .. 11:14 pm
Local 3:30 pm
All trains 'dally except locals and
Noo. C and 10.
l. e. NannitOALL,
Phones Home 24C; Bell 177.
Effect Jan. 1, 1907.
For further Information regarding
trains, call Information operator,
Low round trip rates now on sale
daily to Jacksonville, St. Augustine
And many other Florida points.
Texas and Virginia d. Now 0
leans and ono hundred otlierSsoutll
'Ask THE Man"
ITow much timo yon savo by going
i HOCKING VALLEY
DR.W. H. HINKLINJ
OITIOE West Center Streot.
UttlM heem Ii30 to i0i30 t. m. n4 il
to 430 p. m.
Bell Phone 320 K. Citizens' Phem
t All calls promptly answered.
t We move and store
your goods and do
all kinds of transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
$ Price of Wagons to be Doubled.
Chicago, March 15. Tlio lotall pilco
of buggies, wagops and general pro
ducts of the wagontnakers' craft aro to
b advanced'nenily 50 per cent, this
Spring, unions conditions regarding
raw material and transportation take
tff beneficial change. This decision
wis, reached at a meeting of the Na
tional Wallc-nmakers' association held
ic Jury In Rebate Caeca Disagreed.
rfyenOTorlc, March 15. After a hall
day's consideration of tho evidence.
tile Jury in 'the United States circuit
turt reported late Thursday (that It
ma not agree ou u vennci in xne
elaware, Lackawanna & Western
Jlroad rebating cases. Judgo Holt
isrfed the Jury.
f$k . . .K.iV'- . . T -.
.tff&u-vdlV&tXJZ 4 ) jiirt
A Pretty-Good Town?
If Not, Wily Not?
How do you like tho town you live in?
Trotty fair sort of place, isn't it? Otherwise you'd,
move to some other town, wouldn't you ?
Hut you don't think mucli of this town, you say? AY ell,
what's tho mntter with this town? Jf'thore's anything
Tho 3kTi.il Order
Xow suppose, just for a change, you road ,your local
paper carefully, watch tho advertisements, and if you don't
see what you want ask tho homo merchant for it. Suppose
all of us trade at home n HtlJc morcregularly. That ought
to help mnko this a better town. illJ( ' lt
And maybe if we'd keep more of oiVr money at home to
build up tho town we'd keep moreojjto'rjr boys at home.
GOOD FOR CHILDREN.
Value of School Playgrounds at Aa
terted by Parents.
The following may be of liitetr;t a
shnwliij? tl' lin)rislons that paioiiN
t!ct of tin1 vnliii' of tlm playground In
llttonci' on their elilUlrcii, mujm tlio I.oui
let (Mass,.) f'lvle League, 'ihoy urn ill
reot (luotalloiis: a
"It ko)t h(ui on' tlio htreotrf, and I
knew witero he was." "Seeineil per
fectly happy all through tho cummer
nhool term." "With better able to be
Kin his (.fhool sliidli'ij' "IucteucchW
linipbieiti by linvlilj; fniinctliliiK to do,"
"Kepi him out of mls-hlor.' "Kept hit
nUiul ooi'upW-d." "llml his own gar
den at homo and took euro of It, some
tliliiK lit was not Inli'icsloil In Heroic."
"IlelpiMl him at school." "Madn kooiI
use of ihlnjrs lie learned." "Was much
Jnleieslctl In Insects," "Dijojed him
self, every ilay." "Was moio nsieo
able, as lic.hail homcthinjj to think of.'
"feet him thinking." ".Mndo home life
more Interesting in conttuctluc tlilngi
ho saw at sciiool." "Made him more
nmblllotn." ".Mndo him Interested; In
Ills Iparnlug." ".Made a pigeon coop,
studied birds n good deal anil butter
tiles." ".AInile him brighter and quick
er." "Mario him good in ids manners."
"Did him a good ileal of good in his
chnincter and disposition."
'J'hcso aro typical of many cxpres.
slons used by parents who felt that
their boys weio through tho piny school
benctltcil rather than lujiucd. by tho
long vacation. They pro by no means
exhaustive of what might bo said in
"unimaiy ot tlio value of playgrounds
for country i hlldiem but Ihey certainly
will ptovo suggestive to thoso wlio are
concerned about tho children of tho
streets of our cnimtiy towns.
Where tfio Impulie to Improve Mutt
Got Its Start.
Vlllngc art in Anteileu mtist bo the
1. 1 lilt of piliicnthn. s.'iys tho hlengo
Post, ,Kughuitl Imij a 'ini-den "'lty asso
clntlon thi't puisnes Its educational
acheine Oiroush 'drawing room meet
ings." The Itnpulm lo Iniproro must
h3o Its beginnings Id tlm public spirit
Of a group of townspeople, if tho old
fashioned ivtlral tpljlt, wjtlj Ita enthu
slasni for good workn, Pun lio awaU
eued In any uvlghborlioad, tho passion
for trpp pi mtlng, lawn junking. Ilowor
gardens mid fouutilna will linil many
The uroragu scb'Tlnn town masquer
ading under tho uumo of n vlllngo suf
fers In the flist liistatlen by tho rule
of enbdlvldhig ii farm and thn cort
tract Bysteni of building rows of iuelo
gant lioiison ta fit flrty foot lots. Tho
artistic iialid lias thn problem of drap
ing tins nugular frame In shrubbery,
trees nn.l -vine. Ovilng to tho vnrlablo
fjuallty of human itattiro'il Is folly ,to
hope that pach vlllnger will do bis
sharp. TIip opglectfuland thoughtlem
Will always be with us, and the g'rouo
btot on villfe-ort maitj pTerlook H&
wrong, let's all get to
gether and right it.
All of us live hero,
and wo ought to pull to
gether, Nobody living
in Now York or Chica
go Q.Sl. Louis or San
lu'flht'Heo is going to do
any pulling FOR us.
On tho contrary,
some of those cities are
doing a lot of pulling
FROM us. Thoy not
only pull away some of
our best young men as
tho boys grow up, but
thoy pull away many of
our good American dol
lars, which ought to bo
spent right here, where
they-would do the most
What is your favor-
Catalogue'? Ah, so wo
nlu'jy aqi nine to follow tlio Ideals of
ihe.onpJust man who has learned to
lovo the jiowafrtt of beauty.
Heienfji (tho faet of making strcots,
hoiiu-ji jimi" Jiiwns agicable and nl
trnetIvoWlip eyes anil tho other fact
of Increasing tlio property value there
by Is tile moral hinuencp of Inviting
hoilie surrounding', and recreation
Town Beauty Scheme.
Tho flrsj. movo hi the plan to make
York. ln the "city beautiful" was
made recently when under tho auspices
of the York assembly of ihe Dauphin
liifitllule, assisted by public spirited,
cltlyciis, Pnifessor Xueblln of Chicago
unlrccHlly ilellvered his leoturo On
"tho Twentieth C'eutuiy Oily, or (ho
City Yoik Ought to lie," eitys tho
.Htuileipal Journal, and Knghiocr. Pro
fosor Zuctilhi would have tho city by
Its regularly constituted1 bodies or
through its public sphlleri citizens lay
out n deflullo plan of action, a plnn
that would provide for parks, Bowers,
the elimination of polos, tho beautify
ing of tlio lawns, jho prevention of cor
porations from doing as they pleaso In
tearing up streets, street ear conges
tion In the public squiiic and a hundred
and one oyerjday common rsonso rem
edies that most citizens have long been
awaro of, yot fall to got at tho founda
tion of, for lack of a. general plan of
action. Professor Zuebl'.a would havo
the ell.!. fnt libra, ofllclnl or real, decldo
on.whnB tlMy.waut In the ypars to
coijio n'nA.thtfuf"go after It," so that: tho
futiuc 'gdnniatlons may tako up tho
work than has been started and entry
It to minplotlon.
" a.-. '
Individual Tree Planting on Street.
Ip ylixvr or tlio pxtenslvo planting of
trceSjon streets which Is dono it Is sur
prislngto sen tlio mismanagement or
luck of liny managemont whatsoever
existing in jnost of our cities and
t6whs, says tho T.os Angeles Times,
llvory ono plants to suit himself, hav
ing a favorite tree of his own, and
ninety limes out'of a hundred no provi
sions aro made to promote tho exist
ence of tho neu ly planted tree. A holo
is dug and tho tree btiried in it, and
that Is the end. Tho proper rttmpdy
lies In a good stalo law or town grdl-'
uance that will pioveut Irrational
treatment of public highways.
"Jfou must qi)d, a gieuj piany books
to keep so well acquainted will cpr
rent publications" i
"lio," unswered Miss Cayenne! "I
don't tako time to read books. U would
Intcrforo with tlio coustaut stutTy of
tlio adverllsements (hat Is necesuary to
keep really luformed." Washlicton
Mamie There wcr"o three t rti
Rlasses leveled on roe from theJefi
bot la the lAst act.
fliu7.ie-M'ns I on then? Y
Marole-JYea . ' ' A
Miizle-TherMhaw cotM in
WiT-Cirlod PilB, Mlf,
pAftV - iibto; fateUjtenmitoi.
lias no Ititiritiori of Resign
Surprised When Reported
Rumor wns Denied.
Fact That Haniman Had
Purchased Controlling Stock
Gave Grounds for the Report
Tho following clipping from tho
Huntington Ncws.wlU ac read with
interest by local railroad men:
"President tlnderwoon of tho l!rle,
who was reported to havo resigned,
h", still president of the Kile, and
Will contlinie In that position. This
k the substance ot a telegram re
ceived this morning by U. O. Wil
lis, local Hrio passenger agent from
New York City. The message Btntes
that tho president hns no intention
of resigning. , ,
Tiie news came as a surprise to
many of the lirle employes here, ns
many of thenf and oen the officials
wero of the opinion that theio was
some truth In the icport that had
been circulated nil ovpr the 13rle
There were many different tumors
afloat concerning the prcslricnt'n
resignation, one of which was to tho
effect that he had been employed
as ono of tho head officials of tho
Cieat Northern-of which James Hill
li the contio'.lcr.
The faet '.hat Harrlnlan has pur.
chased the controlling slock In the
Erie, gave grounds for the roport.
.Many newfipapsrs. In the east pub
lished accounts of lls resignation and
the probable resignation of other
officials dlrce,tly under Underwood.
As a reason for the president's
supposed action was glen the finan
cial standing of thouKrle which was
said to ho very low although tho
committees of tho conductors thaf i
went casi some time ago to ontain
nn agreement wh)i the company,
gnvo out the Information that tho
Krlo waa then paying four per cent,
dividends on her slock mill (hnti Is
Jn tho very best condition financial.
With Mr. undeiwood as president
It Is doubtful as to the outcome of
the difficulties between the machin
ists nnri the comrany. J(lst what
tho president's attitude toward piece
work Is, Is a question that will have
to ho RoHori at tho meeting which
ts to tako phce at Meadvllle, March
0. Since the piece work .system ho
gap undor the president, it is un.
Ilkoy that he will alwllsn Jt as
readily as would another president.
Since the tiuth of tho situation,
which has kept tho men guessing,
has been lcanrd they, are very
anxious" to learn the qutcomo or the
difficulties.'" ' " '
W. II. Haiisoiigh, traveling pas.
scnger 'ngonl of the. Hooking Valloy
with headquarters at Columbus, was
loklng after business jn .local rati
hind' Plrcles today
Piles aro dnngeioiis, hut do not
sulimlt to n'n opoiatloa until you
linvo flist tried Man Zan the Great
Pile Remedy, if is put tip' In' col.
lapsi'jjo' tubes with a. ji'ozzlo that
p.liows It to lio applied exactly wlioro
it is needed. If you" have Itching,
bleeding or protruding plica and' Man
Zan does not icllevc, money re
funded. Soothes and' cools. Itc
lleves nt once.
Sold by Klocken Drug Rtoro.
$1.00 TO COLUMBUS $1.00
Tlio C. 1). & II. makes- a special
talo qC ono dollar lo 'Columbus nnd
tclurn oi .Sundays, ji' Fii-st car
eavefl JMariqn (i u. m.' lost Car
leaves Columbus SiM i. m. Car
Jvery 'hour. 2-l.r-tU-fr-sat-tf
.Tblin f'riswoll, an "old sobtior,,
was arrested by thb West End last
uilit by Ofiiepr? dhnphian an'd
Hostcltor, pliurged with drunken
ness. Ho was- fined J-.V bv tlio may
Thirty day's trealmfcntr- for lcldnoy
bladdor troubles and rheumatism for
$1,00. Your money refunded if not
satisfied. Pinnules contain no alco
hol, Do not derange 'tho stomach.
Easy to tako
Sold by-rJoclcen Drug Stow.
i i . i
o ' "
protection from Mibnln.
. The pioteellon of buildlnas from
lightning seems to call for ft Special
braucb Of eiiKliieerlii Alfred HautlH,
a Urltlsh engineer, jwlnU oUt thttt
lty emmot, be had frew uy net
rule.tas. each case must be 'studied
separately and to atsm adapted
to the complications of metal about
(he structure. Th6 eSclebey of the
cowrtuctor depends fdifoii' entirely o
(se iw it U epplled'Tie cew'poflMon
rsviuije, upa ceow jMiwseB.coj-.
-i-awswr; 57- 2&s&fc-!' 'VWiSR5nfiT.X?WFI(Bf I1' -A
cftfeAM too aoob for him;
"- NerefJW." u
"One Bltht eg I WM-4lcSpiaiitAr
a haystack oa a trttfCtf(lelL"
lajd the tramp, "I awoke to liftnaUr
that the farm house was on fife, Th
robr had cadiht around the kltcfeet
chltokey and the family had not beee
aroused. I made for the tiBasJrlt
once, gate tbe alar.'fQUhd,and tult
Up aJaddir. and ahirftW hluWeA MM!
of Work extlatulihetf Ae 5haltsfc;.l flft
iky hair stnjfed andin hlndsifistefX
and' after It was ail-ov,er tho old rann
er wanted to know bow I happened to
he ou hand.' I told. htm, and after a lit
tie thought, he said:
'"Well, you must be thirsty, and
I'll huve the wire get you a drink of
"Ho called to her to nil n pitcher,
and as I was washing my hands nt the
kitchen door I heard him say:
" 'Hunuer, be sure to skim the milk
before you gtvo it to him. He's a
tramp and not used to cream.'
"I politely declined tho milk when
it was brought out, telling the farmer
that I didn't wish to deprive the pigs
of their breakfast, and as I started off
to find new lodgings ho said:
" 'You had lodgings In my haystack,
and that's worth a quarter, but being
you put the fire out I'm willing to call
it square.' "
VALUE Or THE FAMILY BliLE.
Will Be Hard to Get Historical Data If
JProfesBor Frederick Starr, head of
the anthropology department of the
University of Chicago, In relating to
his class some of his experiences In
the Congo Incidentally called attention
to the fact that the old-fashioned fam
ily bible, with its birth and death rec
ords, was rapidly disappearing from
homes In civilized countries,
"In not one-halt the families to-day
wore we able to get tho oxact age
and place of birth and other desired
data," ho said. "It is even more diffi
cult to get such information In Afilca.
1 think If the Plble, or some bucIi book
as the old-fashioned Bible of the chl
llzeri home existed these historical
facts would be Uisinore easily learned,
and of course the moral Influence
would bo greater." '
Piofessor Starr also called atten
tion to the motto of the Congo Free
State "Labor nnd Progress." The
"motto, he Bald, was well known among
the natives, young and old.
"It Is notorious here that few Amer
icans know the motto of their own
itate," concluded Professor Starr.
On n recent occasion "down south"
three little negroes, Moses, Jackson
and Tlnimy, were callod Into "the
house" by "Marse" John, who had
owned their grandfather.' He Informed
them that he would give ten bright
new cents to the one of them who
would tell him what were the three
best things in the woild. The coins
were placed on a table and the white
man held out three straws of different
lengths, tbe boy who should draw the
longest straw to havo the first say.
Tlmmy, tbe happy winner of this
sttaw, wsb asked:
"Well, what are the tbrte best
things in the world?"
v.'uhout a moment's hesitation he
I'l knows. The three bestest things
in de worl' am possum 'n' sweef'tatles
Moses und Jackson mado a simul
taneous grab for tho money and made
off with it, ono of them shouting back
In a belligerent tone:
"He ain't gwlne to habde money,!
too, for aura's all de bestest things In
Old. British Battleships.
v A writer in the Manchester Guard
ian has Just pointed out that tho Brit
annia, which has iccently joined the
fleet at Gibraltar, is only the fourth
Euglfsh battleship of that name. The
first was built in Charles H.'a reign.
about the time that he also introduced
the Bijtunnla Into our coinage, as the
Office Window remarked a few days
agos Tho second Britannia fought nt
Trafalgar; the third In the Black seu
in 1854, clnce when wo have had no
ship of that name until now. An old
list of ships of the queen's navy, mado
in 1575, should suggest' some new
names to us now. The Uonaventure
was one. There wan tho Elizabeth.
Jonas, "a nnrao devised by her gjace
In remembrance of her deliverance
from her enemies, as was the piophet
Jonah delivered from the belly of the
whale" there ras the Tiger, "so-called
of her exceeding swiftness and ulm
bleness, of course," nnd the Mary
Hose, the Bark of Bullen, the Hand
maid, tho Antclope the While Hear,
tbe Oenet, the Achates and the Dread
not. London Ohronlcle.
Objcctlonable'ln Either Case.
vOrace Why did ihe brcakithe-in-cagement?
. . J rtv
'Myrtle He told, her that aba" was
the only girl he had ever kissed. .
Grace What of It? - h,
k Myrtle Why, she naturally rea
soned that ho was either untruthful
absurdly foolish, and he waa.tbardjy
wor.t having Iu qlther case. t ntr
"It's a good Idea to have sowet'hlng
told by for a rainy day."
"Yep,", answered Peter Contossel;
''only I but kUH.O' cash Is a KooVdeal
;j it xeg wr uraurfir.
kit 4 .. . 1 , " .
:j a jragjar umure r. hm nUir AUfit AVisr-t-t uit 46 .-.. t .... .'-?'--- .t-'.' .,;
' .a . f j - ' v n r
--Hrmtn iiiiiinfii "'! '"
Handle the Esute
J. W. Hunter
BASIL CLARK DITCH
ibject for a (Hearing by
John Ruth Files Answer and Cross
Petition in tbe Case of Augustine
In tlic ease "Of Ktnma J. Augnsr
line against John P. Augustine,
John llutb has i'ilcd an answer and
ero5; petition. Itutk claims that 'he
lonncd John Aitgiistinu.i.'r80'3.:53 on
February 18, 3 007, nncl'took i'or se
curity n morlgugo on tho properly
wliioli Eminii Augustine claims her
fat hoi- dei'r.tuilcd her o,
Tlio pctilionci' avers Mml ho gavo
money bclioving .Auguslino to bo
the owner in i'co simplo. TJio inter
est lias been unpaid and tho note
js long overdue, 'tlioroforo tho 'pe
titioner nks that tho mortgago bo
foreclosed and an order oi sale
made- and that tho mortgago bo
made superior to the claim of tlio
plaintiff iu the case.
Clinrle Gnydor, who wnn arrested
for foiginc u check mndo out lo
M. Welker for .r.10.iri, will bo iriwl
iu ihii luinmum in .jiisuco Lm-
iley'rf wurt. Welker claims that ho
put I lio cheek in n clock nt bis
homo nnil that it wns taken by Sny-
tier anil cashed al tho City National
' bank, r
A hearing or tho pel it ion for a
guardian fiH Henry J. Iluuler was
hclil Thmwlny afiornoou iu Uio
piolmle oourt bv Juilgo Taster.
Tho judgo decided thai a guuhlian
i necessary to handle the estate Of
Jlr. Hunlcr but icservol bis nn-
ppinhncnt until a later" dnlo.
Tiic County commissioners) Jicld
a liearing Thursday nf(ternoon in
tlio Basil Chirk ditch nwtlor. ,A
fight on tho imcsMiicnls is on lic
twcoii tlio various persons benefit
ed by tlio djteh nnd considerable
time was jnken up in orgument.
8. T. Vinlen i'iletl a damage
claim in tlio enso nnd tho hearing
was continued until March 22. Tlio
damngo olaim wn viewed by tho
The enso -of Frank Selwk against
Pali Mniplry, to replevin a horse,
which the plaintiff alleges was!
wrongfully taken ifrom him by
iturplfy, is being tried bofoie a
jury in .Tustico Conloy's court to
day. A largo number of witne3sc
wero called by each xido. Tho enso
attracted n large crowd to tho court
Tho safVv cerlnin, rollablo llttlo
pills that do not grpo or sicker nro
Dado'i Little Liver Pills. nRf tn-
sick- headaches, biliousness and ln7y
Sold liy Plockcn Drug Storo.
Piles Cur l in b tol4 Days.
PAZO OINTMENNT Is guaranteed
to cure 'any case of itching, BUnd,
meeamg or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 days or money refunded. COc.
. He Shut Her Up.
Mrs. Cutting Hlntz Will we go to
tbe Jame3town Exposition this sum
Mer? Mr. Cutting Hlntz Don't know, J
haven't paid for tho Christmas ,ute
fuU jou save me yet.
When the Mississippi. Freezes.
Since 1870 there, havo been but six sea
sons when the Mississippi did not
fiooze over, these being the years
187.1, 1875, 1882, 1391, 1903, and 190G.
The 30 times that lt did closo, tho Ico
stopped running 30 times Jn Decem
ber, showing that tills Is the month
when i tho heavy co)d usually sets In.
Tho earliest date recorded Is Decem
ber 4, 1872, and tbe latest February
24, 1889. One season, 1S9G-1S9G, the
Ice froze up tight: add then moved
Blxlflmes the variation of tho tempera
ture for the winter,
'Sympathizing Friend In every sor
rdw there is some gieat, some iusplr
lag, comforting thought
'iWldow (abstractedly) Yes, black
will be very bocomlngtomy ooniplw
mmr T J tits sj"" " """F w . 't m nn"
UCol ff IIHOIIl lOStlll:'lTlt' ''
WHY THE QAMK APPEAll.
AniMfola llliitfaa aliruj.lnu mt
the- late Preahtent Kroafer ,
. y . '4
Not loHg ago, a monHment'was. "
veiled nt Pretoria otef tbe gVave 'erf
the Into Paul, Kroger. Tho ofcee sii- ,
proble llgiiro of thb African republfo
takes than for His achievements.; 'Fajfo
iealt haidly with thoydia' rulMwkb -
..l.i.J -l L . ..-, ,.1it.
yiuuu tiu Hinui , )MrLnn,vi.Bf .BiaKr
or a sturdy nation. DeftthfiWId
n6t even n citizen .?ofilW,'ei
witloh ha had been nres dent.t Ita a
lb oxlle. his land In sublctJOtrtto
forclgnor.. ImDorloiis and doswueeY.
log, ho.wonfout of life a beaten' mtM.
Kruger possessed n. Blstriafckiia
gift for blunt and vivid phrases.
"Go back nnd tell yOur people
never, novor!" he oald to a ddpuUT
llon. "And now let the 'storm burst.
Protest! Insist! What Is tho use?
I havo tho gunsl"- " N
"My friends," he once began a
spCech; thon, percolvlng some ','olitM J
landers" In tho audlenco, ho added:
"But you aro not all friends; some
aro thieves and murderers. 'Well'
friends, 'thieves nnd murderers!'-'
The president wa"s a curious 'hilxtdMs
of piety and shrewness'. A atlbry la
told of an Incident which occurred in
his earlier days.
At one tlmo, when gamo was very
scarce, he went with n party to hmit A
tho harlheest. They scoufed tho 'veldt
for days without a sign ot thbtr prey.
Paul Ki tiger announced then his pur
pose of going into the hills to pra
for food, like a patriarch of old.
Ho was gone for a number of hours.
When ho returned ho announced that
In three days a largo herdwoukl pass
that way. Tho party camped, In le'ss
than tho appointed time the prophecy
was fulfilled, and much game was -cureM.
Tho Boer hunters were much'
struck with wonder, and dubbed
Kruger "the man of prayeK"
Somo time niter, tho Kaffir Who ac
companied Kruger on his expedition
or petition told tho truth of tho affair.
Kruger, wlien ho left Uio hunting par-
ty, had struck out for a neighboring
Knfflr kraal, and Informed tho natives
that his men wore starving. I they,
tho nntlvos, did not discover game
In three dnys, ho said, ho would bHng
his wholo paity over tho hill and kill
every Kufflr. The natives, being so'rO
afraid of Boer methods, all turned out
soured tho region, and drovo the
Ramo to u, noor camn- Thl Krf'
a " , "P"' answered.
Why Is IL that so many of these
wronged ladles get married aga'n aa
soon as the courts release thorn from
the brutes who made their lives ml!
rable? N. Y. Sdn.
A 8lgn. ,
When a woman ceases to want ta he ,
Welgbod every time sho sees a pair of
Bcales It Is a sign that she has, bad
to get a larger.corsot. f1
Ancient Comlo Dramatist.
A highly Interesting discovery Is
announced from -Egypt. M. Lofovrof
ono ot tbe Inspfctors In the service Of
Iho Egyptian department of antlqul
tics, has been fortunate enough.to dlty
ttiter a large number ot leaves ot'tt
papyrus codex' ot Monftdor, containing
upwurds of 1,200 lines. The publica
tion of this most Welcome discovery
should enable modem scholars' for lad
first time to form an Independent
Judgment on the style and-geuVis of
the famous comic dramatist.
Why Forty-f ivc
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