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"Miofo'R a stream I know, with a babbling How,
That whirls the woods away,
Where tho leaves aro rod tl !'-eir autumn bed,
And skies rolled their gruy.
And it sings along with itf? rippling Gong,
While echoes answer bnck;
Uy the serried Hold and tho harvest yiohl
All snug in crib and slack!
In .the sunshine bright, or fho moon's sort light,
J.t, laughs in rhythmic fun
Would that man could see aueh philosophy
In work that must be doae.
I "ir (bore's wood In. 'id brigJit and the moon by night
in life, for everyone
There's but small alloy would the heart enjoy
The starlight and the sui'l
From "Down Count-y Lanes," by Byron Williams.
Not a Fair Show.
I was stopping Willi a farmer over
night, and that evening two or three
other farmers dropped in, and thero
was a good deal of talk about how
much grass a man could cut in a day
If he went at it with proper ambition,
says n writer in the Cincinnati kin
quiror. Mine host didn't enter into
tho conversation much, and when the
men linrl finally departed I said to
"Do you believe that statement
about a man mowing live ncres v.
"I didn't have a lair show," he io
plied, as he shook his head ami
heaved a sigh.
"How do you mean?"
"Why, up to last week I would havo
claimed that I once mowed sevea
acres between sun and sun."
"And what happened last week'.'"
"I attended camp meeting and go',
religion, and I can't do nn more 1
ing, you see."
At i Sunday service in one of the
Georga colored churches tho preacher
was giving an eloquent discussion of
the creation, and the congregation wtw
evidently greatly interested.
"First de Lnwrl made do heaven unl
de cp.rth, and all that in them Is," ho
exclaimed vehemently. "Den lie
made man He made him of do dm-t of
ue earth, and stood him up against a,
fence to dry "
At this point Deacon Jonson rose
from tte back of the room and askeS
"Brtidder Jackson, who made- da I.
"Put dat man out' Two. tres nio'
such questions a?, dat "ould spoil all
is f'oto'ty in de ""c-r!
Much Cause for Thankfulness.
Tie were talking about tho failure
of tJiu Subway tavern.
"Well," said a lawyer. "Ilibhop Pot
ter would never have entered into this
movement if he had not known of
many similar movements that are suc
ceeding splendidly in England. Bishop
Potter is a well informed, a highly
"Speaking of hk; education," ho
went on, "I am reminded of a conven
tion where I once heard him make an
addres. lie spoke in favor of educa
lion, and a self made millionaire took
exception to certain things he said.
Tho millionaire declared that he had
never gone to college and he thanked
heaven or it.
"The bishop arose instantly.
" 'Am l to understand,' he said, 'that
the gentleman thanks heaven for his
" 'Why, yes,' replied tho millionaire.
'You can put it that way if you'vo a
" 'Then,' retorted Bishop Potter, 'all
I have to sny is that tho gentleman
has a great deal to thank heaven
Suggestive and Appropriate.
"Mrs. Poultney Digelow," a Nov,
York woman said, "is u favorite in
English society. At Cannes, in Lou
don, and in the country t he is equull
popular. Mi&. Bigelow is n moralist,
a witty moralist. A millionaire whls
l;y dealer showed her one day a photo
graph of a new house that he had
built In Herts.
" 'Tell me what to call It, won't
you?' ho said. 'I am hesitating be
tween Gor Hall Paget Hall and Stan-
isy Hall. What d you advise ?'
J -i would ad iso- Alcohol ' ULw
i EiseJofi' 2td calmly
"KING PHILIP'S" SEAT REMOVED.
Connecticut Landmark Placed In
Charge of Amherst College.
Many curious travelers who have
horotoforo marie the long pilgrimage
up Sugar Loaf mountain to view
"King Philip's Seat" will bo pleased
at its present location in front f An.
j horst colloire.
' Ko- centuries Ml. Sugar Loaf has
linn?.' out like a. Hying buttress over
t he Tar level plain beneath through
which whirls the Connect lout .
Sugar' Loaf as a geological phenome
non, composed entirely of red sai:d
stone, Is attractive, but its great cliff,
with its straight mountain f'ice sheer
iug olT .!nn to inn feet in depth. Is the
ehtof feat in e. At the southern end of
this cliff Pulpit rock stands out sharp
ly over its edge and underneath was
tho far-famed King Philip seat, where
King Philip, tho reputed instigator of
many a bloody attack upon the peace
ful villages below, is said to have giv
en his commands to his assembled fol
lowers. Formerly tho seat was well defined,
but curiosity seekers have chipped
away Iho sides and bottom until noth
ing but a round hole remains.
There have been several narrow es
capes from death by falling on tho
part of careless sightseers attempting
to view tho rock, and its present safe
location is a welcome change. Doston
Slant's King an Ardent Motorist.
The king of Slam Is an ardent auto
mobllist. and his "scorching" has wor
ried his ministers, who are anxious
about the safety of tho royal neck.
They presented to their august master
the following petition:
"At tho service of your majesty
there- are bearers, and when time
pro-f-son, carriages. We, therefore, be
seech you to give up tho use of motor
cars, or at least to go at a more mod
erate pace. This is expccterl by tho
dynasty and your people. Wo havo
been too much alarmed lately to re
To which ills majesty sent out iously
ropliol in a marginal note: "Danger
iios not in the motors, but in the
hearts of men."
Von Buelow's Many Decorations.
Including two recently received e'ec
orations from the Shah, the Impot'al
Chancellor, Prince Von B.uelo U,
If Chancellor Von Buelow Were all cf
His 11 5 Decorations,
neit to the Kaisers Chief I'.hajnber
lain, the best decorated mun In Eu
rope. He possesses 115 stait,. order?
and ribbons, besides medal galoic
A German mathematician the other
dny reckoned that if the Chancellor
i'oro them all they would cove- not
caly every inch of his breast, but his
tick as. well end overHo' do'vi tj,
coii'Sit to ti.6 imess.
Finds Quick Relief from Bladder Trou
bles Through Doan'n Kidney Pills.
Hon)1 Joseph A. Goulden, Member
of Congress representing the 18th Dis
trict of New York,
also trustee of th
Soldier's Homo at.'
Bath. N. Y., writes:
many of my friends
have us?d Doan's
Kidney Pills and
have been cured of
kidney and bladder
troubles, I feel It
my duty to recom
mend tho medicine,
experience I know
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure Inflam
mation of the bladder, having experi
enced relief the second day of using
(Signed) J. A. GOULDEN.
Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Some women mourn tho loss of a
bad husband more than others do tho
loss of a good one.
Defiance Starch Is put up 16 ouncea
In a package. 10 cents. One-third
more starch for the same money.
It's the love of othor peoplo's money
that Is tho root of nil evil.
How many fine thoughts
lie along that word of three
letters: t-e-a !
I.oaforr bHiVn In arqulrlnff tholr
lully bronl a loaf at a time.
for many, many years has cured
and continues to cure
Price, 25c, and 50c.
I Must Have It
Ton will know them, dcsplto their fan
ciful names they nro usually mixed with
hot water and do not havo tho ce
menting property of
fl Rock Cement MIS
Kills vermin nud disease germs; does not
rub or scalp. No washing of walls alter
once applied. Other wall finishes must b
washed oil ovory year expensive, filthy
work. They rub and scale, and the
glue or othor animal matter In
them rots and feeds disease germs.
Buy Aiabastine only in live pound
packages, properly labeled. Tint
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