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aeeiiilimly Incurable itefornilltea
nt Dm only lliuruiiably agnlpprd
Hanltnrliiiu In thin country do
vnlad aaulunlvitly to tbla kind
liafarencaa from alinod nvery
Htalti In the Union, vary llkaly
tninufroin youruwn locality. Q'ho
ook eu.n imthiugi writu today.
Til I. C. milk OrHMMtic tiitlulua
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city to JvtrliM, lake ordert, and aiipoinl iub
asrnti, Ut per cent cotmnlnlon and otbrr in
duceairali, blf money made, and pleaiant,
clean workj aoodi mid to advcillic at lialli
5 nice, credit given agenti, no money required,
or we trutt you until alter delivery, jiving
you 10 to SO dayi; aimple Cinch ihrar tent
on receipt of advertising price, 26 crntif all
Kouda warranted by ut; the tamplc will con
vince you that you can male Ili.W to $33 W
per crk oa our goodi: eaclutlve territory
liven with control l tuliaiccnti, Aniwrr at
once, while territory Ii opens lalaried position
altar you become enpuitnced.
TUB UNITED SHEAR CO., YVeatboro, Maaa.
"I Was a Nervous Wrick I"
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trt'tu rrtttttU'lL- tuii for tlic rod ft may do utbtra whu
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Mil. A. O. WOODCOCK
Whit Plains, N. V
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By Charles Grey Gsey.
It scctnR Itiat some thirty years ago
Hilly Trcharnc was Captain William
I rciiarnc, of the tramp slcamcr Rath
Cllo!., when the Railicoolc's tramping
look her ho regularly round, the Mexican
dull ports that she almost came to imag
itic herself a liner between London, the
Wcs' Indies anil the Liiill.
Hilly wasn't naturally depraved, but
thoc West Indian ports were too much
for the virtue of llic descendant of many
generations of Cornish smugglers, and
Captain I rename fell away from grace,
lie started in quite a small way, smug.
tilinc odd boxes of extra special I la
vanas and odd pounds of selcctrd Vir
ginia, which came to him via New Or
leans. Then lie started playing the game
heavily, and that was where his fall hurt,
When they did net Him lie sutured lieav
ilv. lost manv nounds of excellent to
bacco, and, as the lawyers put it, was
mulct In a heavy uic.
Caotaln Troliarne. of the Rathcoole,
reaolved la get even, and next trip lie
ran some more of his favorite blends
and brands, which by extra ludlclous
stowing in unconsidered triflca of cargo
he not nahora safe, hat nam mm well
and nearly squared tip the loss on the
confiscated cargo. Still lie wanted to
"get hit own IwcVlo use his own
phrase and for that end concocted
deep and skillful plot. Accordingly, next
trip lie carefully atowed a few boxes of
cigars and a lew pounds o( tobacco
where they won d be found liv the keen
nosed customs officer These being
found, he was lined ,'iuain tiro rata, but
the quantity being small, tl.e fine was
Ismail, too. lie knew Hint now lie would
I lie marked as a confirmed "runner, and
(hat was whore the plot camo in, also
where the skipper of (lie Kalhcoole be
gan to feel pleased with himself.
When he next visited Ncw Orleans,
Hilly Treharnu expended a portion of his
ill-gotten fains on buying up a few hun
dred weight of scrap tobacco, sweepings
of the warehouses, and so on. Hilly, be
ing part owner of the Rathcoole, could
do pretty -.veil as he liked, so lie ex
pended more wealth on a rather unneces
sarily large supply of coal, and coal costs
money in the Gulf ports. Then he
started for home. When the little Rath
coole had kicked and wriggled herself to
within a few hours of sight of Knnland
the skipper called the crew aft, individu
ally swore them tq secrecy and explained
the plot. The crew saw the humor of
the situation and grinned, Then Billy
produced the scrap tobacco and sent for
the ship's cook.
For several hours the cnok and Billy
were busy boiling up a strong solution
of nicotine, until the rook's galley reeked
like a docker s clirly clay pipe, llien
Billy sent for the chief engineer, and
remarked: "Mister McKay, wlH you
kindly have a few wee graves dn on
the top of all that extra coal you've got
left over this trip'f"
McKay, who was in the Joko, retired
to Ins hunkers ami had t he necessary
graves ing as required.
Then the skinner, the rook and Mc
Kay proceedeil to srirutiflrnlly distribute
that nicotine solution between thu gravel
n the coal, so lint it Oiould percolato to
the Ijottoiiimobt plate iu tic hmiU'ra,
By this time they were Hearing their
first port of call 1''mt tlilivi win made
"shipshape and llrisiol faOii'iu'1 below,
and into pott they went, the Riilheoole'k
bunkers and galley smelling a cut'
As soon as the revenue officer came
aboard Billy gratuitously ileckired five
hundred ri;;i'rs and twelve pound of tOi
lnrco, mid offered duty on th name,
Now that alone, from H twice con
victed smuggler, was cnouuh to rouse
suspicion, so off wept Mr, Ht venue Ofh
cer on the sny-arouiul, He tackled
Bill's c.-.blu fnti nothing lo he found
there; then the mate's quartet, nothing
there; then the fo'c'sle, one man found
with two huiidml ciinrs, noth'uw to do
with the akippiT, llH'lb'.h Hlvll ho
tackled the galley.
"Ah." sijd the revenue innn, "there1
nothing to bee, but t in ami U tusid
"Can't sa ll's pleas-int.'' replied Billy;
"secnis to me that dam rook has been
smoking mine unholy ipprl, in the lo.
incco line here Soil of seeips mine a
case for a (inaiiuitiiic ufl'.rer than u rve
uiic map, though,"
"That dou'i (jo hcr.V mapped the
revenue man; "jou'd f r heller declare
the stuff right off than let u find it and
get fined yourself; though, to tell the
truth, you'll a siuht more likely get
jugged the third lime, Come, now,
where U it? 1 tell jou, bluff don't po
"Who's bluffine;?'' answered Billy.
I've ileeliili'd ull the tobacco I've not
nixKini. nni uiti can turn the darned
old liuthroole liiklde out, hut you wont
find another ounce,"
"We'll tto shout that later," said th
Well, nothing was found in the uallav.
and nmhing e.ewierc, till they came to
the stol.e-hnld, and thence to the bunk'
crs. Mere the revenue man was struck
by the quantity of coal on hand for an
inbound snip, aud his suspicions rose
like the comb nn an angry cuckatoo.
"Seems sou've not a lot of coal aboard.
Captain Trcharuc," he said.
"Yes. Good coal that." renlied Billy.
"Never used so little coal on a trip since
I ve sKippereii tue xnthcooic.
"bcems to me you d have room lor a
small riacking case or two under that
lot," surmised the revenue man.
Have a look and sec." suggested
Then the icvenue man stuck a shovel
into the coal and gave a premonitory
"lirdl That's very like the smelt of
tolucco," said llic iifhcer.
"It is. very like." assented Blllv.
"Look here, captain, for the last time I
i - .1 . . . ,
i Nine louarrn eoueeaieii auoarur
"Not a damn hit "'
'"I lieu I'll haw to search this coal,
l ouve too much aboard for a home,
bound, and this hunker reeks of to
"Well. then, search it. I don't mind
a bit. Only mind, ou'll have to replace
liunRS as ou liiut cm "
FADS AND FANCIES.
Bv Minna Schatt Crawford.
Shirt waist dresses have come to oc
eunv a niche all their own in the affee
tions of womankind, and are worn more
than ever by good dressers this year,
They hll a distinct need, whether ue
signed for the woman who likes to take
her morning walks abroad, or for the
dame who desires a dressy frock for
afternoons. This adaptability to the vari
oils needs of dress makes them prime fa
vorites and a part of every woman s
The season is really remarkable for the
wide variety of designs in these charm
ingly useful costumes, and fashion has
been exceptionally generous m tnc wide
range of suitable materials she offers for
The many exquisite silks seen in the
shops are fairly aaiinng to feminine
eves. Never have the beautiful Oroduc
lions of the loam been shown m such
faiclnating and adorable color poems
flowered, embroidered, polk'dolted,
checked and striped, with quaint thadow
and cJoud effects in tinted sea shell or
Foulards are auain to the fore, and
are worn everywhere b modish dressers.
Needless to say, they are most popular
for shirt waist suits, A very pretty and
effective imitation of tnese poiKi'ditteu
foulards comes in the soft cotton bstlitfi
with silky, mercerlred finish. Many
pretty afternoon frocks are made of th
finely checked cotton voiles in delicat
tints of pink and white or pale blue and
Plain colors in taffetas and Rajah lilks
and in lawns or rfiambravs are very
much worn. Treated in lingerie fashion,
with edgings and medallions on the
waist mid insertions on the skirt, the
shirt waist frock is dressy enough for
any occasion, i lickings and plaiting!
are ine lavorite ornamentation lQr gen'
The dlanlty of a rich limnllcllv Is lh
most strikiiur feature of the charm tin
vUltlng dress here pictured, Developed lit
i ark-b ue ammiowue or talttta, with lib
laid chemisette or white or Ivory lace, It
is handsome enough for any occasion. The
waist has a fitted lining, elbow sleeves,
and closes at the center back. The waitt
pattern M). aoij is cut In sites i, M,
,16, .18 and 4" inches bint measure, Prlc
"Very well, here goes, then," ald the
revenue man. and lie Marled. He ihov
eled away till he got pretty black, and
then he gave up and sent ashore fur a
couple of men- They came and shov
eled, mid between them they bunged tip
the ttc-ki' hole with coal, aud Ih reed
of tnlim-co grew stronger, Then night
fell, and the revenue man Hayed his
hand till the morrow.
Next morning lie turned up afresh
with more helpers, and they hove coal
about day, out of the stoke hole on
to the deck iii bags and buckets. The
Rathcoole grew black all over, as ships
in the agonies of coallna always do. and
nnany, a evening iril again, me revenue
crew fetched un on the bottom of tha
bunkers, which were damp with a sticky
liquid that reeked boiiinnly of stale
tobacco. Then said the revenue officer
to Willy, who. was calmly eyeing the nn-
isiung ronciies, "wnai on eartn, or Hie
waters under the earth, is this liauort
and why, in heaven's name, does it amsll
of nicotine this way?"
"OH, that,' replied Wily, "that'i an
idea McKay nicked uu in New Orleans
for a coal saver. You just buy tobacco
sweepings, boil 'em down. Pour liquor
over your coal, and there you are. See
the way It saved our coal this trip."
"I hen why in hell diunt you tell me
that before?" frantically demanded the
"Because vou asked me whether I had
tobacco aboard, which I had not, and you
swore I had. Anyhow, you never asked
where the smell came from," assarted
Billy. "And now," be continued, "yrnt'll
kindly put that coal back and clean my
And. reluctantly, mat revenue officer
aet his men to work, and they put tha
coal back, cleaned the ihip to Billy's sat
isfaction, and departed woefully. Then
Billy sent in a claim for more wealth
for unjust detention in port. And he
not it. and that's how he got even with
the revenue at least, that is how Billy
1 rename says lie did it.
1 he world burns up 50,000 tons of coal
an hour. Still, at that rate, the known
coal areas indicate a quantity sufficient
to last a thousand years.
The skirt is a beautiful hansimr four-
gored model, With, the front and back
gores laid in plaits, and the circular sides
I it ted over the hips by darts. The skirt
pattern No. 2046 is cut in sizes 22, 24, 26,
-iS and 30 inches waist measure. Priaje
Por the entire costume, in medium
sie, gYi yards of 32 inch material with
$ yards of is inch all over will be re'
There seems to be no end to the de
signing of new and adorable waists, and
pretty models seem to multiply like the
leaves of a lorest. there has been noth
ing more enchanting in a long time than
the dainty little model here illustrated.
It has the square yoke so universally
becoming, and the atyle Is adapted to
either jfik, cotton, or fine woolens. It
may be made with or without fitted
lining, to suit individual pr.farineei, The
pattern jo. iqio is cut in sues .11, 34.
36, 38 and 40 inches bust maaiurt, Sis
36 requires 3! yards of 7 Inch ma
terial, with 'A yard of all over and 7
yards of insertion, Price IS cants,
Another bewiichiiifr waist model ii
here pictured, It has a very dresy
lancy we aim i cioseu m ine uarx,
It may be made with or without a lin
lug. and is charming for either silk.
cottons or fine woolens such ni albatross
or landidowne, 1 lie natlvm No, lufis
is cut in sires 3 J, 34, 36 and 3H incite
bmt measure. Sire 36 requires 3H yard
of 97 Inch material Willi t yarns pi
ail over, 9 yarn m lace ana 4 yarqi 01
insertion. Price l, cents.
To obtain these patterns promptly,
state number ami sl?e of pattern plainly,
and enclose fifteen cents for each pattern
desired, He wre to give correct !
Address all communications to
6044 Metropolitan Bldg ,
New York City
EmUi Contumption of Matt.
Last year time were 438,780 toni of
beef, mutton and lamb imparled into the
United Kmgdoin, being an Increase of
about 71,000 torn, as compared with
lorn. There wne big increases in Ar
gentine froaen beef, in Australian and
Argentine mnttn, and iu Australian
ainb. The Argentine meat com
panles, whlc bar financed almost en'
tirely with British capital, succeeded in
wresting A considerable prqporlion of the
chilled beef trade from the United
States. While 8,37 tons less of North
American chilled beef arrived in the
United Kingdom last year tbun in 1904.
there wn en increase of aj.jjfl tone of
imported chilled beef from the Argen
Great Britain absorbs about eighty-five
per cent of the world's total output in
chilled and fromi meat.
Scioto Africamis was the first Roman
who shaved every day. Sliavina was
introduced among the Romans 300 B C.
Two hundred and flttv millions of the
World's people habitually wear no clothes
Whatever, tpey uvc in warm countries.
Food it) a Chinese fanner's family
costs only a dollar a mouth per person,
A J t I I... . I I f C.
.-v sarin 11.11m njy ue inrcu hi iiuiu iivc
qollars to ten dollars a year and found,
The Chinese cu 1 vated wheat .70O
years before ine Christian era..
The hair on a woman's head would ex,
tend buy miles it laid end to end.
There are 150,330 children in the
public sctioois in the United Nates,
It is said tlM eggs laid on Friday will
not tjecay niiit are also a ,cnre for colic.
A. Conan Dojle. the author of "Sher
lock Holmes," lever wears an overcoat,
The elephant lias 40.000 muscles in his
trunk. Man has only 527 in his entire
A healthy adult of avenge occupation
will eat from ten to twelve .ounces of
meat a cay.
THE HOME DOCTOR
Do not scold nervous children.
A beautiful soul and a happy heart
vjll .analr anu tnnt nllfarlivp
Remember always that the mind is the
natural protector of the body.
A soft chamois shield for coms and
bunions affords immediate relief.
Who . knows ? Perhaps the baby is
thirsty for just a drink of coot water.
If you want to have luxuriant hair
when you are old, don't part it in the
same place all the time.
i Women arc allowed the privilege of
changing t cir minds; why not accord
the same privilege to useless habits.
Uo not feed the hab every time he
cries. It may be he lias an over-full
stomach already and his distress would
be aggravated by an extra meal.
A healthy babv will sit uo of his own
accord when his spins and muscles are
strong enough. It u not best to force
him before that time.
A good plan will be to change with
the prevailing fashion, not necessarily to
krep up with It, nut to make tt tne op
portunity fr some becoming variation.
cnarcoai is saiq 10 ausoru ine injun
oils Bases that are farmed in the stoni
ach and bowels by undigested food, and
often acts as a mild laxative.
A very easy method of taking a salt
rub In the morning Is to dip a large
turklah towel in a basin of strong lall
water, let it remain there over night,
and it will be ready to use without a
moment s delay on rising.
Heavy brown wrapping paper soaked
in hot salt and vinegar, applied to a
sprain or bruise, and a bandage nut on
to keen It in place and retain the heat,
will relieve the pain and swelling.
A woman worn out with the day's
work often eats the wrong kind of food,
When tired, select foods that will re
cuperate, rather than fpr special tooo
value. Hot soud of any kind quickly
A disordered stomach often alves rile
fo an aeldltv in the mouth which il
very harmful to the teeth, causing tartar
to form. In such cases it is wen to
rinse the mouth night and morning with
an antiseptic solution,
The small callous spot on tne soie 01
the foot, from which io many home-
wives Buffer, can be cured bv olacina a
bit of absorbent cotton, saturated with
olive oil, on the spot each morning be
fore putting on the stocking or shoe.
For a sluggish liver nothing Is better
In the spring of the year than the juice
of half a lemon in a cup of hot water,
taken before breakfast 1 add a teaspoon
ful of phosphate of soda to the lemon
ade and take every morning for two
Keen the windows sufficiently onen so
the fresh "night air" can come in from
one side and the Impure air can go
nut through the other. The upper aih
should be down one inch and the lower
sash up one Inch for each person ileep'
ing In the room.
A floor should never be swent in a
room where there l a contagious patient,
it snniiiq be waaneti witn ciotn oippan
In boraa wattr, ao that no dust annoys
the iatfent nnJ no assortment of germi
Is ffunsf ud In the air to drift out of
the window cn route to frh victim,
A mother who had a small, warty hand
to treat tried bathing the excresences
th a weak solution tf sal soda, and the
blemishes disappeared, About nail a
tinspoomiii or warning sans wn ois-
sniveq in nan a cuprui or water, in
wash va incd often and was allowed
to dry in,
If we would exercise the muscles dally,
een the hotly clean, breathe, the Dura
air deeply, drink good water freely, eat
moderately, ana sua ta inn a cneerrui
and contented spirit w would not only
live- our "three score years and ten," but
tarry youth and health to the century
it is claimed tnat a rew drops or rati
de mlogne, ether, and chloroform, in
equal parts, poured on handkerchief
nrev ous v weuen wiin coin water, an 1
placed an the scat of a neuralgic palp,
gives instantaneous relief, It is also vrry
efficacious for nervous headache,
Thl remedy for soft corn will afford
relief 1 Have a little turpentine in a smal
bottle) with a camels luilr brush touch
the corn with this every night, and at
the end of a fortnight the corn should
coma out easily. Don't let the turpentine
run nn to the adjoining skin, or it will
no mane sore.
Hath for Hheumalla Huffererst Per
sons who are rheumatic will be benefited
t t.L. ..I.l t. !f - C l .1
uy nor nuiiit, a wiiep 1111 01 itinicmirie
Is added. A onod mixture to add to a
hot bath 1 made of fifty grammes of
green soap and thirty grammes of oil
01 lurprntine, 1 rirw iuireuicui mourn
. . 1 I't. 1 IT ... , II
be mixed logeiner ami s lawcn wcit.
tl ! :'. .1... 1 ..,i. . . , .
put 11 111 llic ihiu .11 111 11 tin, mie
two teasnoonfuU of flour, the hhiiic
quantity at grsH'd ginger, anil mix mem
wen logeiuer wiin uinrieiii uiroiioi m
make a thin paste. Spread this on a
- -,.- m r . 1
linen rag and annly it on the part affected
on going to bed, wrapping a piece of
flannel over all, and it will effect a cure.
If your eyes ache and get tired, try
closing them two or three times a day
for five minutes) frequent bathing in a
solution of boracic acid (made by dis
solving one ounce of boracic acid in one
pint of water) and water also helps to
give relief! add enough hot water to the.
boracic solution to make it coinfortahly
warm, and be sure to dry vour eves verv
One of th greatest fire chiefs in the
world makes the startling statement,
rlHe sleep I nave lost to-mgnt is gone.
I never trv to make it ud. simply turn It
over to the 'profit and loss' account." He
also claims mat he loses on an average
73a houri of sleep a year, which is only
maoe up to mm oy extreme care tn trie
method of livintr: dally bathintr. simple
but nourishing food, and temperance in
drinking, which he applies to tea and
coffee as well as intoxicants, without ad
vocating total abstinence.
"Do you know your orders, lentry?" a
not ovcr-briylit Irish soldier on guard
"Yes, sor." was the reply.
"Know the Kiints of the compaii?"
continued the ofTicer,
"If you face the rising eun, your left
hand would be on the north of you and
your right nana to tnc south of you.
Whnt would be behind you?"
"Me knapsack, sor."
For the purpose of advertising our property at Roseland, Ky and with the
sole object of giving the public an opportunity which seldom, if ever offered.
Wepropose to give one lotof land ajxioo feet FREE to each of the first fifty
persons who will correctly answer the following questions:
i l.What I'rcsldent or the V. U. served the aborteat termf
9. Name, last Stale admitted Info the Union. 4.Mame the Urgent city In tha V. S.
.1. Who drafted the Declaration nrindependenoaT g.Mame the aroalleat atate In tha t"s,
thlelsa BONA FIDBX)FFER AND WITH NO STRINd ATTACHED
we do what we aay. If you answer theso question correctly you become the
owner, and entitled to a lot of land free and clear of any incumbrances in the ideal
suberb of Roseland, where the land is dry and the air pure.
This is your opportunity ORASP IT WHILE IT LASTS.
Answer these questions at once and become INDEPENDENT.
THE ELLIOTT REALTY COMPANY, 350 Broadway, New York City
If WALL THUET, NEW YORK
Know Your Rights
and Secure Them
If you are in any kind of buslnor
family trouble vou need advice. Our
attorneys know the law of every State,
and furnish reliable advice, at a nominal
fee. Much of our business I keeping
our clients out of trouble. When you
consult us your neighbor doesn't know
all about it.
We draw CONTRACTS, BILLS OF
flAT.F. nRRTiB. BONDS. MORTQA
OES. MECHANICS' LIENS every
kind of Legal Document, also at a nomi
nal fee. W and you the document
promptly, neatly typewritten or partly
IN8UKANVH INVKHTKIATION UKOINS
Tin vnu know that thu Inauruiico Com-
panic make. thouaniidH of dollar each
rttur OUl, III puilliy iiujiibib uwifuw u
'ontlvK niilleles Hend uu vour Doliclcs
with 8So for one, and 10c for each addi
tional policy. Our enperls will examine,
them and rel unit liem promptly. We tel 1
you two thing you ought to know : First,
the coniimuieH that are alrlliht and par a
Inaa nmnnitlv without irolna to the court
of last resort on technical defence, and
Hecoud, wiietner mere ta any aerect in tne
policy which would defeat It, aa well as
any cluuses omitted which if Inserted,
would Im- to your advantage.
Thla Hvrvlco may be worth a thousand
dollar to yon.
Best Butineu tnd Bask Reference.
far furttter parUcalars and rafarencea, addreaa
USUAL FORMS ANII AUTIOB OO.,
I1U Maaaau street, new or uny,
iii3 Milreiiui two Jliiifrnieu frl.inli, and ' irma In
uiv esaaiTLBasay tm imla im tin, hhiiicr
Vf imagine oVeurure.! tnhll I V-IIASIi Tie, JM ,,r
furiji Willi full hialruulluiiii, and uue ealia IIOI.H-
ram ia ruim iuaiiaii
trips tie oa tlilafuriiill It alnja ldr Ji l' tt,lmtiil
liaodr nut vt r-Hd eaiii ilnyi t4 lliiiu jmlluin ;
W. V. I'HKHI.KH
Uapt. at, W. Mill Mtrevt. Xvw York City
YttW WATK 1IIIKAUI
IMfkR ANO te-fiOTIVe,
RNiev AI-WAVa IN PUAQC
DAI NT V
Dove your dealer keep l,f Vletur ? I f out, u In
truduue tne Hltcer lu yuur ttnrn, ua ran pel nne for
Ma, ij atutjlnj your Acaler'n name. Aiirnt, aiited.
Werrea fclreet i V.ifk
DIUU MANNA U In i-cr.1
ir,irAllun UltJ by tlitf Ltuilj
la Qcrniiur. f.ir curiue all Oil-
-cm! o04f Uirli, anl r'ltor
Inj Itfit Bonr. Itavtlkatnf;lc.
iiataui aiorvKenia.orar loin.
I'll I LAO-A UlltO FOOD CO .
IU) N. 3(4 Bt, l'UU4alikla, Pa
r MOltl'IMKK IIAHIT 43VHKU.
uv trial trvimiii'iit, wi KW-ilHlly
if t a CHue vifit rt oTlier rtinntitst
HTITlITi; liuiHHW7. Xo.4'ii Vld ht. New ork
I rt I It'll. I ftlluila til 111 I IIAIIIIIM I "a .
HI. Villi!' tlfiltct, .11,1 Mil Ntrtlllld IIIm'HHm im...
manrnllT .'iirr.1 liv Ilr. tviliii' lit. hi Krrii.
.tuiLurtfr. h..,i,i rur i-'n I.: ! yu,. . .rf ., ih,.i.
i.r, ii.u.ivui.lr:, l.u.,K Ami M., 1 Illl.il,l lllu, I'K,
Sacrificing Himself for Information
At the recent annual meeting of the
voters of ,Cape Elizabeth two names
were presented for moderator, Harry S.
Jones and Clement E. Staples, Republi
can and Cituen, respectively. The ora
tor who nominated Mr. Staples made
4 mighty effort in eloquence.
"Who is Clement E. Staples?" he cried,
as lie waved his arms like pump
handles and strode back and fortli on
the platform. He was evidently work
inK up to the effective jroint.
A deep and impressive silence fol
lowed. Auain waving his arms, he called
iu a voice of thunder: "Who is Clement
The silence was more pronounced and
the effect greater. The audience was
yisibly impressed, llefore attempting
to dwell upon the Rood quality of his
candidate, the speaker again proclaimed
in n voice that carried to every part
of the large hall : "I say, who i3 Clement
A small man iu the rear of the hall
stood up on a chair and broke the silence
by saying: "Waal, I'll bite. Who
LEARN THE TRUTH
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a tilnVcl Mtitoi
i Iu if.
can aaora lo do wutioui iim wonaei
frame and seven tlUteel MHdcn, edfred Ijt si porta.
UNP. rUU EACH HAY IN TIIH U Ft It till fn
ThQ UfM Junior conHitn or a line nickel automatic
kaaeUsme pluhtlaed the ery belt value fur
iiio luuucy )uu ever ueara ui nuu m 99iijm m sies
The alxne set comblete. delivered DoatDsld on
and the nam of the
best dealer In ymur locallty
AUreaa, F. B. HOFFMANN Batlasee Maaar,
OEM CUTLERY CO.,
84 BBADK STREET, NEW YORK.
High Class Portrait.
W1U POJ.J tOUf pibtO-
or ilm oi 4b r Bum
vf yoor Jfitnuf sd4
iiu Portrait FiuateeV
(equal la finality to our Uit
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Iftlt oanTSSS. Onlv
neb U arj fW'taUe for
rauM ua ddltkibtl vik
rfA Itlftly Dofrunetioia You
graph tie aumpa tu nutr
citric! ud trail Inif !
taut. Orltlnsl itto
Ijrij.li rrlurul uultanuml wlia Portrtjt, tatit eaLfcutatfTe
W ymf iMtat (or ttflr Niuru, uuUm lUmps tM snt M Uiv.
Thin I what Jack London, author of tha "Call of
the Wild," w riles ui undr recent datet
JaCK Lomoh, Glen Elian, Sdsoana Co., Ci.
Qtfmiut-ewl bar to-da ncalroOl tba wattr-esolor aalarr
Mxtm la fa i
THAMES STUDIOS. A Tkaaet Slrttt, New Terk Car
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Kf Tit IKM. Hit i'lilclt iit uctvo tunic ana ncer
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men snd vomi't,. AHA I.UH-1KM makes the
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to h fid Hfitl IU if, lit ulttifull) tlinulste thn
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d to sitiv ftddrena.
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Tfti L A M E
IUe yuu heard about
O'CieBMur'. LatleaU that 1
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Hew Wo Vlt".1". :Ki.trmf"tKt
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