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A AMUSii1EN lUJJ1 N JO POll CHILDREN CHILDRENTho GHILDRmrho
rho now kind of toys A reaction reactionngnlnst roactlonJ reactionagainst
J against the rather foolish Toddy boar boarpromise boarI
r I promise well both as to tho enter ontertnlnmcnt entertnlnt11cnt entertainment
tnlnmcnt they furnish tho child and andtheir andtb andthcilr
tb their lr educational value Indeed in inthe Inthe litthe
the eyes of tho progrosslveininded progrosslveinindedIt progrossivc minded mindedit
It is 1 the th educational silo a I do of the mat matter mutter mattor ¬
ter only that is looked at But that thatdoes thatJO thati1oes
does JO s not mntterfiB matter ns long as a good goodtime goodttlmo goodIthe
time 1 i Insured Children arc always alwayswilling alwayswilting alwayswllling
willing to have what they want if ifthfoy ifth itdthby
thfoy th y dont know its It The ordinary ordinarychtlft O1dlnatyc1iU ordinarycbila
+ chtlft c1iU does not Indeed need induce inducementis InducenCnts lnduceanet
anet mentis is to learn its Mother Goose Gooserhynios croosrhyms Gooserhymes
rhymes but surely a nursery whose whosewall vhoCJowaU whogowall
wall are adorned with prettycolored prettycoloredprints
prints depicting the adventures of ofThe oftiThe ofThe
ill The Wise WI so Man of Gotham TheMan The TheMan TboMan
Man Clothed All in Leather or Lit Littie Littlo LitJaok
tie Jack Hornor each with its ox explanatory oxplanntory oxplanatory ¬
planatory verse beneath Is made more moreattractive moreattractive moreattractivo
attractive How delightful on a astormy nstorm astormy
stormy day arc the books whore chil children cblIdren oh ohIron ¬
dren can point to their hearts con content content conI ¬
tent or copy pictures by cutting out outcolored outcolorod outcolored
° 1f + I colored papers to make pictures cith cither ¬
er out of ones head if one ha haimagination has hasimagination I
imagination or like simple illustra illustrations Illustrations illustrations ¬
tions In books There are also card cardboard cardboard cardboard ¬
board furniture C colored most delight delightsfully delightf delightfully
fully f 1y that can be cut out of or put puttogether puttogether puttogether
together by small fingers 03y the theway thoway thaay
way ay are the paper dolls quite out of offashion otfashion offashion
fashion They Tho once were very dear dearto
to the hearts of little girls nov nowthey novthey no nothey
they are never mentioned Arts and andcrafts andcrotts andcrafts
crafts come into play in the way of ofdiversions ofdiversions ofdiversions
diversions for little folk There are arelittle arelittle arelittle
little looms now to be had which whichcost wblchcost whichcost
cost but a l trifle and are yet largo largoenough largeenough largoenough
enough to make it possible to weave weaverugs weaverugs weaverugs
rugs covers spreads and carpets for fordolMiouses forJonhouses forloll
dolMiouses loll houses and it Is I more fun than thanstringing tbanstringing thanstringing
stringing beads And stringing + beads
has by no means gone out of fashion fash fashion fashton ¬
ion neither have the oldfashioned oldfashionedamusements oldfashionedamusements olddashtonedamusements
amusements such as mudpies mud pies make makebelieve makeIbcUevc maketeaparties
believe teaparties and other diver diversions diverslonsSprlngfield diverRepublican ¬
sions slonsSprlngfield Springfield Republican RepublicanTHE
THE LADY OF THE SUITCASE SUITCASEJMrs SUIT OASE OASEMrs
Mrs frs McAllister of Florida going goingthrough goingthrough goingthrough
through a two months tour of Eu Europe EnI Europe ¬
I rope with only a small sult suitcase case for forluggage torJuggage forluggage
luggage f furnishes 1111lshes a fresh and pertinent per pertinent peroil ¬
oil fl tinent example of what a woman can cando cando canfl
do when she will She bas beaten all allthe aUt allL
L t the guido guidebooks books on a point of prac practical praci prattical ¬
i tical personal interest Content isjustly is isjustly Isjustly
justly hors with satisfaction at her herfeat herteat herfeat
feat of turning customhouse custom house sceptic scepticism scoptlcIsm scepticism ¬
ism to admiration admirationThis
This Florida traveller set about abouthoi abouttler abouther
hoi purpose without ostentation She Sheoffered Sheotero Sheoffered
offered to the Womens club of Miami MiamiI
I no preliminary resolutions favoring favoringthe
It 4 the oneskirtandonohat one slcirt and one hat idea in con connection connCctlonwlth ¬
nection nCctlonwlth with the grand tdur She Shebrought Shebrought Shebrought
1 brought beforo tho State Federation FederationOf
r ° X41 Of Q Womens Clubs no trumpetsound trumpetsoundliftf
irn liftf i1 declaration of equal rights with withmen wllhuen
i P ° 4 men to the comforts of truukluss tripV trip tripping tripIng ¬
V ping Ing In her own determined way wayeilo wnyn
n goo sot out as the woman going goingto
f to too eo not to bo soon and the globe globetrotting Ilobej globetrot ¬
j trotting trot rng ng honors hon rs of the hour arc hers hersfPhero herspP
pP fPhero 3ro are thirteen items in tho thotablo
4 a tablo bJo of contents of Mrs McAllisters McAllisterssuitcase McAl1lstors1lltCREle I
4 suitcase auft case A lucky u ky number ° the ro reprocess roI rottextt ¬
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mvawf raE J 14I l I I wear aslc aslcr aslcp ska skafiary
I r nary nJ ry oman 4pfann Tuning lng for forIhtropq forJJltroPQ forropo
Ihtropq ropo What can I do without withoutked withoutI 1 1kQa
I + ked tho tourist tourJ t from Florida and andeverything ant antverytblngsh9omlttcd andeverything
t everything verytblngsh9omlttcd dho omitted was gain save saveto savoto
to the luggagetransfer luggage transfer companlpsI companies companiesBinglosuttoasQ
I T his lfJ BinglosuttoasQ 8 singlo In sult oasp tour t ur of Europe EuropeConger Europeonger IOuropeq
k q a Conger onger stop toward the emanate emanotn
inn on n of a qo sex OJ than is tho mobbing mobblna6mona
o C Commons imons or clamor from a cart Intqro in inCourage inquaro I
6mona tqro quaro Courage to defy the theqanona UtIean thei
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FASHION NOTES NOTESGray NOTESi NOTIDSGray
i Gray arB 1 is n favorite Dolor in mlllin mlllinand tnllliuify
1 ify fJtYubd and i le found combined With many manyhuas manyI
I lidos huasllnva
11 1 llnva A 0 you over thought t of using 1ffln a adt aot awet
wet dt of hndsomo h shirt waist pins to tofttfiten tor1b toHasten
Hasten r1b tel1 your Oltr long vane vaneThs vollsTho VIIUTho
Tho popular soutache braiding Is Isdono IsIono isdone
done elthar olth r in the simple back stitch stitchby BUtchby stitchby
by hand or on the machine tnaohlnoTopaz machineTopaz machineTopaz
Topaz and amethyst are nr the favor favorite lavor1lO favorit ¬
ite it o colors this season but nothing id idmoro I Imoro t tmoro
moro fashionable than tho pearl ones onoiwhich onolwhich oneswhich
which are linked togothor with tiny tinybrilliants UnybrlJ1Janl tinybrilliants
brilliants brilliantsRibbon brlJ1JanlRibbon brilliantsRibbon
Ribbon girdles are qulto out of ofdate ordate ofdate
date they tho1l1avlng having boon supplanted by bytho bytho bythe
tho wide Jdo soft silk gash with long longfringed longrlngod longfringed
fringed ends tied on tho side sub two twoknots twoknQtl twoknots
knots ono at the waist line and one onehalf onebatt onehalt
half way down the skirtSuede skirt skirtSuede skirt8uOlo
Suede leather with a l conventional conventionalized ¬
ized Izo < < 1 cutwork design through which whichshows whIchshows whichshows
shows the contrasting color of the thesilken theollken thesilken
silken lining makes a dainty bag In Inwhich Inwhloh Inwhich
which to carry handkerchief and andpurse nnclpurse andpurse
purse purseA
A last seasons dinner gown takes takesan t11ean
an uptodate appearance by b adding addinga nddln nddlna
do
a Jacket of all ntJoar > ovor laco cut on n graceeul grace gracecul graceoul
cul lines and finished with a nblnd nblndlug bind binding binding ¬
ing of satinSuch satin satinSuch saUnSuch
Such short sleeves as appear a1 > pcnr on onthe onthe onthe
the new gowns this season are in the thonature t110nature thenature
nature of ov oversleeves rsleevos and are left leftopen Iertopen leftopen
open to display close shirred under undersleeves uncIersleeves undersleeves
sleeves of some transparent material materialQuantities materialQuantltics materialQuantities
Quantities of white soutache inter interspersed Interspersed Interspersed ¬
spersed with black silk balls trim a astunning astunning astunning
stunning gown of white Accessor Accessories ¬
ies sash hat etc are black blackThe blnole1ho blackThe
The very dark new shades of s111and silk silkand sillanel
and velvet aw am 10 almost as effective on onlight onlight onlight
light gowns as the touches of black iblackand tblrlckand blackand
and strike str1J < c an entirely new note noteDainty notoI noteDainty
I Dainty jabots are quickly made by byhemming byhemming byhemming
hemming a rather coarse net by run running running running ¬
ning in and out with a very vcr narrow narrowribbon narrowribbon narrowribbon
ribbon of color then laying the net netin neti netin
i in a full box plait plaitDEDICATES plaitI plaitDIDDJCA plaitDIDDICATIS
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TO EVANGELISM EVANGELISMMiss mv ANGIDLlS ANGIDLlSMiss
Miss Jennie JennleSmlth Smith the well known knownrailroad knownrailroad knownrailroad
railroad evangelist who conducted a aseries nseries aseries
series of tent meetings in Richmond RichmondVa
Va has a history full of unique and andunusual nndunusual andunusual
unusual incidents For ton years she shewas shawas shewas
was an Invalid unable to move with ¬
out assistance Notwithstanding her herhelpless berhelplcss herhelpless
helpless condition she spent a large largepart largepart largepart
part of her time traveling travellngtrom from place placeto
to place lace Having relatives and friends friendsbroadly friendsbroadly friendsbroadly
broadly scattered throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country she frequently made long longjourneys longjournes longjourneys
journeys on trains coming in con contact contact contact ¬
tact with many train operatives AH AHshe ARshe A9she
she could not rely upon her own ownstrength ownstrength ownstrength
strength to Insure her against the theInconveniences tbOInconveniences theInconveniences
Inconveniences and dangers of travel travelshe travelshe travelshe
she necessarily looked to the men menIn menIn menin
In charge of trains for aid She says saysthey saysthey saysthey
they were very VCT kind to her handling handlingher
her cot or wheel chair always with withthe withthe withthe
the utmost tenderness and paying payingher
her every other attention which a ahelpless ahelpless ahelpless
helpless traveler could need needAs needAs needAs
As a result of their kindness she shebecame shobecame shebecame
became very strongly attached to rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road men and lived with Ute amvo almost alnocllingle almostsingle t tsingle
single hope that she might some day dayrepay dayropay dayropay
ropay them for the service Then HThenshe Thenshe Thenshe
she said after spending a whole wholenight wholenight wholenight
night In prayer my affliction was re removed removed removed ¬
moved in the twinkling of an eye eyeFrom eyeFrom eyeFrom
From that time she began tho work workin wortIn
in which she is now engaged For Fortho Forthe Forthe
the last 15 years with whatever whateverbodUy whateverbodny whateverbodily
bodily discomforts dls omrorts and hardships she shehas shehas shehas
has gone gon from ocean to ocean work working working working ¬
ing in the Interests of railroad men menNow monoNew menhow
Now iHavon Register RegisterWeather RegisterWeather RegisterWeather
Weather SignsTn Signs
Tn wet or stormy weather cats will willwashbehind winwlish willwlishbehina
washbehind wlish beln thofLean theIr tnl t re dogs scratch scratchtho soratchthogroundtn01 scratchthe
the thogroundtn01 ground moleT fbl1U1 bUlltl thol their little littlemounds lIttlomounds litblemounds
mounds of earth bats fly about In u urestless urestless arostless
restless manner and < penetrate < into intotho Intotho Intothe
tho houses When too skylark skylarksings sklarlcsings skylarksings
sings and tho cock crows earlier than thanusual thanusuat thanusual
usual pit It is a sign that a storm is isbrewing labrewing isbrewing
brewing At such a time too rooks rooksand rooksand
and ravens utter their hoarse ones oriosgeese orlesgeese onesgeese
geese and anc ducks are agitated and andswallows andawal10ws andswallows
swallows fly low ow because tile Insoots Insootson
on which they live are nearer noarar tho thoearth thoeartl1 theearthQondou
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Every < farm should have some < JWe have the rightIvarieties right rightI rightvarieties
Ivarieties I varieties the right trees They Growl They Bear BearThey BearlThey BearThey
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The Griff Griffing Gra Grar f ing Bros Co Jacksonville FlaJ FlaJJACOBS FI FIJltC089 Fla
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PURE FOOD WHISKIES WINES AND LIQUORS YOU WILL FIND A AONE AONE AONE
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Two Star Ryo It 300 300Three 300Three 300Threo
Three Star Ryo 350 360Four 350Four 350Four
Four Star Rye It a 420 420Five 420FIve 420Fivo
Five Star Rye It 500 500Old 500Old 500Old
Old Mountain Corn 250 250Forsythe 2 250E 50j
Forsythe Square Rye 340 340Sugar 340Sugar 340Sugar
Sugar Valley Corn f 380 380Harris 380Harris 380Harris
Harris Levy Co 300 300Duval 300Duval 300Duval
Duval Club Ryo 380 380White 380White 380White
White Oak Tenn Whiskey 400 400Mollwood 400MoIIwood 400Mollwood
Mollwood Kentucky Bourbon Bourbonbottled Bourbonbottled Bourbonbottled
bottled in bond 450 450Hards 450Harris
Harris Levy Cos bottold iu iubond lubond Inbond I
bond straight t bourbon It It 500 500Harris 500Harris j 00 00Harris
Harris Levy Cos bottled in inbond inbond inbond
bond straight Rye 500 500Echo 500Echo 500Echo
Echo Springs It It 500 500Deep 500Deop 500Deep
Deep Springs original Tennes Tennessee ¬
see botttling It It It f 500 5100Lowis 500Lewis 500Lowls
Lewis G6 Ryo f It I It a 500 500I j 00 00I
I W Harper 500 500Marcus 5001larcus 500Marcus
Marcus Grand Old Malt 320 320Magnolia 320Magnol1o 320Magnolia
Magnolia Gin It a It a 400 4100Old 400Old 400Old
Old Oscar Pepper Rye 4 full fullquarts tullquarts fullquarts
quarts 500 500Sugar 500Sugar 5100Sugar
Sugar Valley Corn 4 full quarts 380 380Express 380Express 380Express
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Ashmoro As 1moro Rye r d50 d50Chandon a GO GOOhandon 50Chandon
Chandon Ryo 200
Quapaw Rye 250 250Raymond 250Raymond 250Raymond
Raymond Rye 300 300Forsythe 300Forsythe 300Forsythe
Forsythe Square f 350 350Duval 350Puva 350Duval
Duval Club 400 400Old 400Old 400Old
Old Mountain Corn f 200 200Klowa 2 200Kiowa OO J JIlown
Kiowa Corn CornSugar 250 250Sugar 2 50 50ugar
Sugar ugar Valley Corn f 300 300Canton 3 00 00Canton 00Canton
Canton Maryland Rye 2 stamp stamped ¬
ed straight 5 years old 3 350 350Silver 350Silver 50 50Silver
Silver Stream Bourbon 2 stamp stamped >
ed straight 5 years old 350 350Iron 350Iron 350Iron
Iron Chancellor Rye 2 stamped stampedstraight stampedstrflght Stampedstraight
straight 7 years old 400 400F
F G Walker Wn1J < or Rye 2 stamped stampedstraight staznpedstraight Stampedstraight
straight 9 years old 5 500 500Peach 00 00Peach 00Peach
Peach and Honey Rock and ajudRye andRye andRye
Rye Blackberry 150 to 250 250Port 250PQrt 250Port
Port Sherry Catawba Muche4 Muche4tello Muche Muchetllo rwIuc e et r
tello t lIe Wines 150 to It 400 400Peach 4 4d0Peach O OPeach
Peach Apple Apricot Banana BananaBrandy BananaBrandy 1 1Brnndy
Brandy from 2 to 3251fagnolln 325Magnolia 325 325Magnolia
Magnolia Gin 1 2 3 4 and 5 5stars 5stats 5stats
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Beer BeerBudweiser Beer BeerBudwelser BeerBudweiser
Budweiser per cask 1200 1200Budwcleor 1200Budweiser 2 00 00Budweiser
Budweiser per doz bottles 150 150Blue 150Dluo 1150Blue
Blue Ribbon per cask 1200 1200Blue 12 J2iJOO J2iJOOBlue 00 00Blue
Blue Ribbon per doz bottles 150 150Plels 150Plels 150Plels
Plels per cask f 1250 1250Piels 12 1250Piels 50j 50jPlelsper
Piels Plelsper per doz bottles 150 150Star 1 150Star fiG fiGStar
Star Brew our own guarantoed guaran guaranteed guaranteed ¬
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