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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895.
Take No Substitute- Gail Borden Eagle Brand nam rT"7"TT) 11YLSL Has alwav stv . F.X3T ui ive -ti-r.a- ttn of t'.ic Ams-1- i 1 !.'. No other b STAMBUL OFF'S SPIRIT. Called the r.l.-marrlt vt tto Knlkmi lle raii.o of His t'mirace. The late M Stunihnlcff. ex -rremiev of I3ul,iuria. u.sod to lo called "the Bismarck of the Balkans. " One of his most dramatic passages with R-iia occurred during th w :ir uh Sorv'.a Prince Alexander hud pone cut to lea.! the I1ulaii;in army in person, le:iviii JH. Stambel.'fY in ohaisto at hea.o. V. was a char diy. with net a hivath of air stirring, and the vonr of tho oeurioi Was plainly heard in tho city. M Stamhulofi' thought the Serv'aif w; wimiinjj the day. tn tho-r iinv.e'y t . E'lla'.'.an no u isr-rs applied to tho R-as shut clirloniafio . K''t -r advo-o. That poet ! nan - hrr.o .'ed h sh -ul ie 6a. il i: was in alia:. I :os. "Bnt." urjjed, the Bulgarian mini two. '"tho Servi; n- arc al-nest at ere gates. You rvukl steo ii.mm with .'. i.ir. $lo word, if yon would.." "Yes. hia tl'.-tt V---..1 will n.'t re s; ken. l! on. c n.if.'.ou only wi'l 1 sten them, am: t) .; is that y ao. heccur of a j sh..'.' h1. .In o.o :.: "no1 " 'A:if th.tr." thnr..!. .sJ Th Stain; ::h "h will hot N . 1:0; :' r 0 , j;.. W :h that id. Stand a. ;l s; ,:tnj into tbo saddle ;.nd da. hod :-.s. ay t ire bat t left; ! !. v!r t'n' Hi:--::;:! ;:.it s'-.:t to hv.. ft :ci.,'. to come to Int. l-,oue to cole1 .ic 1 :.c ihf. .it . f the Buhwrw.i armies. A 1- v ! err, rn-. 1. an ! then tho ls'alt;ariau feo ',.:', I::"!:'"'-!- o. : a ti :o:';i::i V :n M. .- .am'-., loff. d.Ool c:i the (S Id of l-aii1.-. , j ," I':;ihv A.cv.;i.Iof i. "i.'.l :iirioi'::' rory a"d ,n tiio it r v- -tit . - tbo "T-a;.-'. io hnr rii ci with it to tho 1:ov.po f th.o Hi'ssian ar-'iit, urnv'-' 1V0-0 in th." r:id-t of ti:o l ';ivi:ov. And wl rn lio tolii the news the re,1' csomaMvo cf th onr, ir is Mid. ,tr.".i" i his troili in r!g. We.-t-miuMt r Hanot. 0r..'ti0Ti rf ll.-ultti. Tho p'-'-i'.1 r not-mi that an a'hl.eto, I'iv.uim' i'i ath't tioium. : ho.i!:hy man is n : '.;-:o ot-o. -, ,-.il.:r c.ovcl ornient i. in t an lolai- , f t! o eon-titn-tion. It i 10! :: e:.'.,-!t. t-!ro::; limbs and a weak 1. eat t ai o in t i'.ii-1 ov.cnt ly ussix-ialos. Many a "r:v- oir nnoi ' dies prematurely of ei 11 "e.no.'t:. 11. If health j may le V rino.t as a oaj-.u .ty for liohb.ns I on to life, then, in many cases, the weaklings are tho l.eai: ir.e.-r. i If such a dennitioa is accurate, woni- ; en are healthier than 11. en. Their aver- : tiP lenpth of il.ns is greater than curs. 1 Rr.t it is doubtful if 01 n.ei;aria:is. mere- ly because they aio center.ai utus, are the healthiest. 1 knew n case of a woman Who recently d"ed at the ate of 10a who was tdii;hi!y paralysed, even as a child, and who was practically co-.arletely so for more than 70 years. Could such a uue have ever In en correctly described as healthy: It is as hard tosav what lile i.s as to say what 1 rahh if. and the way iu vhich unhealthy folks are tenacious of b.fo is not the le;t of thp marvels. All the Year Kound. Cufrrlni'. Cafftine. the act; v.' principle of coffee, W;s discovi n .'1 I v Hur.pe in 1M1D. In a pure state It takts tiif f. Tin cf huijj silky iKH'dles. Iu i id'.r.aiy coffee it is piesent to the extent of about 1 per cent, but lava coffee contains 4.4, and Marti niime has us much as i'.4. It ' said by somo chemists that cV.Toine in it? essen tialities ! identical with thrinp. the ac tive principle of tea. flans af.irr.is that the inferu r .malities of tea contain more caffeine than tho btst comiuercial grades. Supcrtturms Foruiatity. "torry. madam, but you w ill have to get s :niel ly to identify you. " "The id -a! Don't you see my name right tin re oa the check:" Boston Transcnpt. Purity and cleanliness, united with the flavor blended YJAta suit the taste of all man kind, have made B. L. Tobacco th best chew on earth. U II i ocv-r L A DETECTIVE'S STOHY. rTi- Little Financial Dol Which a Fawn broker Negotiated. "One upon a time," said a western Ittective, "I had a friend named Jo fwarta. Jo was as crooked as a dog't, aind leg. Hi(! ppeeiclty was painting diamonds. Jo eenld take nn ordinary alt orystsl, and by the time he wi throngh with it yon wonld think it wa: tho Kohimx-.r. 13ut it v:is not abotn Jo's diamond pa titiiiK I v.-us thinki::;;. it whs another little trick lie turned. "Jo lived in Kansas fay and does yet, if his residence has not been chang ed to the penitentiary. Down in ti.. bottoms, below the 1 luff, in this city by the Kaw, there Abode n Polandor by tk; :::une of Witkowfki. As a way to live he kept a pawnshop, and he knew J v.T.rts. i "Ore day Witkowski cnmo to Jo and explained how ijnomut he was ou th. uhjeet of watches, and he also told Jo I ' had frequent opportunities to loan i oionr-v on atehoe, and 1! Jo wtve will ' mi? ho would like to form .0.1 arMtyp j nient of a friendly sort, v 1 ore by hi j .-aid bring these proffered watches t. I lam and h'arn their value Ivforo h ' :iui d tn-ntey oa ' hem. Jo t'l- nh .' ply. Jo. t o. kept a frreat. ci..; pawn -hop and scooiiiihaod jewe'.-y s;oii .s Main street in Kaa.-as l ity. Aftt r kii", f g his brnw s h.o .-.c.vised Viikok. ' t to 1 ,.11 u t.ey on watelus, hut i'i eiy possible instajie." buy :::e time oo'oo outright. Jo a'voii as. VitkAv--ki had himself siViie.-tud j h:tt v .1 prinj.irr step he I vi: .-,1. v -o lies o. him. lie weald tell W .1. .-. ski :!.-,; o . . ct value and jas: what he 0 '..id affor.l to pay for thfin. VV.tlvvv Ui ivtr.na.i. "Jo had. at' -in two 1 nshels of o'.'.eap silvtr watches wnioh ).. had 1-uch: from some f oiim etn in e, n.paiiy . ,11 l 'pht to make a part of h..-o vU T':v . watob.es had n.'t Kan a d .-.. :e. 'i'i:.. v ere a veiy cheep :i:rr j-ioiod soil. 'I' iu- ueit d.o," Jo. th.rcas;o. a:i ;.( ut ie : known to Wnkcvski. ut i,v ii t:a waiehea to ho so'. !. ilk .! ,', v.. .1 pmch.ai.nii; until the i t d.;. . neaii while iiiM.-tiuK 011 lc:i,j- all '..id : orini; the arel'.os 11: t;ow. to hevaa:e : Tlie man said lie haul ,val l ar.i'.r. d . :110m. Jo I.k ked hi th'-m a: told Y:t .v.-wsUi lie could e...-L:v ;.:V. ti ,, pay s: apiive for the watoaos ; that hv .'- ..:: would take t'o.em oil liis la.ials at 17. and buy ail he could . f 1: 011 Y ok, . ski was delighted. Ii- west back Invested all the mcia v ,,. j ,.t .n,, u.e'ao odd watohos at $K ouol He was to nial ' o pi erir on tl.eju sellnis; theni to Sw art ii r .vt . . .'.o. ;'; would bo a nice thiia: for YVitkows... 'fe slept Weil than mailt. "The next day lie w on: up to so. Swart and told him he had imrelia about two peeks of th-o-e wateh.es an paid tho man ifi,, each for them. 11 now stood ready to t ran-for th- in i 5-wartz at an auvum-e of .-.. ".o p, watch, bwai t. said he wot: hi bo .lad o -;ct them, and that U was all rlht. " 'But,' said he. sinking lvls v. tee t a whisper full of gloomy fov- ho'-.i: v. 'since you were 1it,i too ile;o-:ii' have been in line la. kinc. over my stock They report a bip; li.binry of watches it the enst. They say that o or 1 COO ti! ver watches w ere stolen from a taetety in fonneeticut. They have left tiienum 1 ers of the ws.teh.es and leer:p:i n. 1 hope none of these waTch-.-- :i h;.v bought is a par; of this rohleiy. but we can very soon ti 11. as 1 took a lift of ihe number.- from tho d loot ive. ' " Witkow ski fell a little chilly after this ami chillier still when, after inves tigation. it was di-v-overod that Jo had the number of every watch in his pos session. It was indubitable proof to Witkowski that ho had been buying stolen good. Jo told him that ho mus wash his hands cf tho transaction and could not pe.s-ihly buy the watches at any price ; that he was afraid lie would set into the penitent-airy if he touched them. Witkov.-ki wrr.ng h.s hands and tore lus hair. He was ruined. Atlas; Jo, pretending; ureat sympathy for Witkow -ki. and beenns", as he confess ed, lie had vt ays of worh'.nj; them of;" that Witkowski didn't p'ssessand coul 1 therefore handle them v :th more sal'e-y. ci nclndsHl to risk $"i a watch. "It thus transpired that Jo pave Witkow ski about $500 and recov. re,; back his own watches, which the day before he had sawed off n Witkowski for $1."00. When the matter ended, the sajje Joseph had bis watches a;;ain and about $1,000 cf tho money of the trust ing Witkowski." Washington Star. M. Koohpfort and I at Lantfrop. "I had to do something. " saal M. Rivhefort. "I was no: .'ovej to submit tamely to najtist punishment at the bauds of n crowned eretiu. I told every one that I was poin? to start a paner. The title came to n;e at once, a h.ippv inspiration, l.a Lanterne, and everyb-. iiv bepan talking about it before I had wi it ten n .'jut-.. It was promised for a cer tain day. I bad decided upon th- size of it and the type, everything, iu fact, and theie at last it lay before me finished. Of .'ttrsG a bitter iirticle on 'JJapoloon le Petit' formed the piece do resistance. The whole thing seemed to mo well done ami yet to be lucking in something. "Though the printers harassed me, telling me they would be late if they did not go to press, I onld not let the thing out of ciy hands. It wanted some thing powder in the tail of the rocket to drive it upward to success. Could not I get some word, some phrase, that wonld supply the motive power? I cudg eled my brains in vain for hours; noth ing would come. At length in despair, I esclaiined, What a poor thing is man ! Hundreds and thousands of subjects of complaint against a miserahlo despot I had fonnd ray mot, Qniekly I wroto the three lines, 'At the present moment Napoleon cennts 55,000,000 of subjects, not including the subjects of discon tent. ' It was those three lines above the leader in largo type which sold over 800,000 copies of La Lanterne. At one stroke I got nn immense audience, and. high pay for tbe work I wanted to do. " -Figaro. THE ARIZONA KICKER THE CRITTER WHO RAN THE P. O. HELD UP TO SCORN. ni Habit Gare Some loafers a Croti3 Impresaioe, but When the New Man (Who I the Editor) Came tn Thtngf Were Chnnffed. During tho administration cf the crit ter who ran tho postoftice up to sis I weeks ago it was a pretty hard thing for I a stranger to make out whether it was1 a saloon, palter room, rnliniz heuso or , orivste club. It was tho lounging place i .or heexo cf his clonics, and whenever j ; he postmaster happened to be drunk, I p v:ul affairs came to a standstill for 1 .:.lf a day. We premised reform iu this ; matter when we were appointed, and j i ho public has not been disappointed.: Old Jim Hew son, Jude Cohltree, Colo- i :a ! SVbte and others were in the habit ; 'f sitting aionud 011 the nu.ilhaurs atid -pitiitiii on the stove. We pave them 110- j t .ee of a c!:aOj:o of programme, hut they ; M'onldn't take it seriously until wo i a . a d off our coat ::ud llu.-ijj the colonel at into 1 ho . :-i idov and bioke his leg. ' ''". aio .-o;r ioi him, hut wo do not ' : ao io.a' to 1; 1 nuv man's leg stand bo- , v.; ' ii us msd the dignity winch every ' oo-uoa.-:er ou,' !:t to maintain. i OU: Jisu Hew r.. w l.o had I'.vn :il- 1 1 wed to paw . r the mall at his ploas arc and tak 1 other lilarties, was so 1 . a: ;': ivkon vcr the ."iiforeoment of the t ;: iliat he "od at the frcneral deliv ery w.e.iew. ;a sted l wo c.i;-'. ou the ah.elf . r.d h id I u hall; is ai ns a- we were ortti.j; she mail. His avet age shoot-, ;ii ; la.r. but on this Oivasioa the t. ais : h 1 yes hhivl 'd him a:;d his bullet., " . :. wild.. Ik : ie the evowd fretment : , .1. !':vt::;,i: o ; 's jinvatf r. 0111 could . ; la.alo to na.h rsi ami that a new deal . ad la'.aii place wo had t 1 pull a gun 11 ..,i. 1 Ore. a. ihi -w the Hon. S;i:a ' 1 0 i on; o'" th window and In k .'a'o:;eii Vil".i:,i! until ho ccnlo.n't Ket .' of l ed for a vwek. "Vn have lost 40 a: -e: ibers to The Kicker, bet we have ' aa; '. th .h, :i:y . f the ofaee up ft 00 e. . ' io ai.d wa shall hold it there if I . 10 siotrs do Hot if.u short ef atu- ; o.aiotioi). Apcilag-tic. Tho , ,iiCy ,.f i iia Kicker for the last ! o - "i: - lia- hi n t,i publish as niueh :. -o ai d is little P-e:iy as pos-i tile. Ioi i , ;e p. em iu a th. u-'and lcaehing 'ii- f'vo has ven been roM. While he i" 'tintai'i'i. valleys, rivers and plains f Ari.-- ".a offer o. great fu Id for poets he d 'tuai.d of the time-has run largely 0 th :.: and bae. m. Wo want sturdy 1 'tie is instead of weak backed poets a n t eh. n and plow instead of men o write i t grim nu imtaiiis and bab- :'' ; 'or ks which don't babbie. Wo v." -'ineu wli i can :ide n caynse. :.'.( villi a w iivlioster or throw a 1 ' .'nvr Indian over the fence instead of 0 ni.aitic schoolo-ris with poetry in la. ar seals. There is n i pietry about p ning, niit'es. clearing up farms and hd::n:; ccniiivds ami rattlesnakes :. hi months in the y nr. i hi anotlu r page iu this issue we pub : h a half column poem entitled "How ': Aug. '.s fame p-r Mary." It is that oem that wo want to apologize for. It - from the pen of M-s. Colonel Shorter, e. 1: -o husluu.l runs the well known h -ttif r:.:a-!i i v, r on How lagged .oil. lai i:;r; the last year she has sent is is dull nr.; p, ems on 4s different -i:hj -ets, and. ev.ry one of them went :"o the wasieha-ket. Tuesday after ai l.'i-t s-'Un thing jumped off the back t a hi. iK-h i at the d..or of The Kicker iiiee and entered our sanctum, gnu in 1 and. That i on:--! hmg was Mrs. Colonel .-honor. ue imd the "Angel" poetry in la i- p.vket inid th.e alternative she gave a-- was to publish it or bo shot to death then aiid there. We held out until she was ready to pull trigger and then throw up our hands. We promised to publish it. and have stnek to our word. If the "Aug. Is Came Kor Maiy" as Mrs. C. lonel Shorter came for us we leoe i t any i'i uli that -he spread her w'-v-s .".-ai n! d awav vith them. W. e.ai taken r.o preeam .ens againsr sncu a surprise, but it will not occur again. Viar. la n o. w la :i Arizona has taker, hoi plaer in the I'mon and our people h.ive dot.'ed their red woolen shirts and long logged ! ts for the latest Paris -tyics, we may encourage pets to the event of 15 or 2ti to the acre, but until t hat tun. arrives net Inn hin.-r but a gun held eu a lino with our i ight eye will induce u? to publish a verse. Simply a Ml, tat,.-. S There was no shoi t dig affray in the 1 alley in rear cf the White Wolf saloon oh Tin-day evening between Captain la-tig and Judge Havens, as yesterday as ertedin a sensational way by cur s ei ii-a d contemporary. There was sonic ilaet.ag. but it was brought about by rr-take. A week or so ago. in discuss ing the oU'imrs cf the last congress, the captain called th.e judge a liar. He was hem st iu belief luj- that th.e judge lied, sud the jud,.-e wasn't sure whether he ii mi or uot. For this reason, and also becam e neither was firmed at the time, the matter was pa-sod over. Tuesday evening the iudgo saw the captain enter the alitor on his way to tho back door of the saloon named and followed him to explain that he had looked up the point in di.-puto and discovered thst he really did he. Captain Long earight sight of his pursuei, n:id tlnnkiugthat the judge : was intending to call him down he opt tied lire. Each man emptied his gnu before the matter was explained, but no one was hit. and they went off and had a drink together and bridged the chasm. As we said, it was all a miBtake, with no foundation for a sensational article Judge Havens lied. Captain Long hon estly believed he lied. The judge satis fled himself that, he wa3 a liar and stsrted out like a man to admit it, and there yon are. Western jonrnilim which seizes r.pon and magnifies OMh trifles inrites and receives the eontenipt of all men whose good opinion is worth : having 11. (Jdad B Patent Free Press. ! you go DON'T FAIL M0JV6 i SAVE YSUn VJaaPPCKS end eccaro esse cr 3 scS cf Its fsJiswfns PJclrres: FIREMEN PAST and PRESENT" VOLUNTEER AI PAID. t' LET HER GO," "WHOOP HER UP," " TII3 OLD AND THE NEW," "CUT HEf$ LOOSE BOYS," " START FOR HOME," " UP TO DATE " PICTURES AND EYE3. Uow to Adji'st the Latter to Property Ob sfrrn the Former. The observer, in order to see a picture to the best cdvautage. must adjust his vision to that of the artist who produced it. Most of us do this instinctively. Not only do vse sekct the best point of view from which to observe u picture, but we recede from the paint ing until the lights and colors blend iu just the right degree. In addition to that many instinctively pinch the eyes together, producing thus a momentary astigmatism, such as the artist had produced in his own eye, and fiud the picture thus apparently im proved. A most useful appliance for viewing pictures is the so culled stenopaic slit. This is merely n slit one or two milli meters in width in a card or thin plate of brass. Simple as this device is but few persons :ua aware of how much it adds to the effect in viewing paintings, as it allow tho rays of light in only one meridian to pass through the cornea of the observer. If he wishes to look at a painting dono by an oitist whoso vision is normal, or marly so, the ob server turns ih.e slit around to eoi respond with the meridian of his own best vision. If, however, he looks at a pietmo in w hich it is desirable to have overlapping of the retinal images at one where the colors must bo mixed iu tho eye, for example it is necessary to rotate the slit to another position, usually at right angles to the first, and with this a can vas which before showed too clearly the blotches of color now becomes blended iuto a much more perfect whole. I would recommend this simple de vice to any one who has not already ex perimented with it. Thns, by adjusting our own personal equation of eyesight to that of the attist, we literally obtain his point of view. The colors are height ened, the daubs blend and new beauties appear. Instead of seeking, like our friend mentioned at first, for "the handiest way to get out of this 'ere place." we are glad to stay louger to study and to enjoy. Here, ns every where, it is art and science together that yield the richest result. If science is allowed to bo t he interpreter, we may gain a heightened enjoyment of art and the artist a oorufotting increase of ap preciation. Lueien Howe, M. D., in Popular fccieuee Monthly. Not So rtad a She lreatled. She knew he was going to propose. There was a strained look about hia four-in-hand tie that clearly betrayed ir. "Antig.no," he commenced, "I ask yon to become my wife. " the glanced at the third finger of her left hand, then clasped both hands to gether and lowered her eyelids to an angle of 4f degVees. "Hut," he confirmed, "I feel that I ought not to deceive yon." The angle was raised to 60, but she answered not, "I am not what I seem to you. Yon ar completely mistaken in me. The man yen have pictured me to be and I have nothing iu common." "Go en."sho said coldly, her eyes now open to their fullest extent. "However," he went on desperately, "I am going to lay my inner self baro to yon, come what may." "Well," the said in one dull, henvy monosyllable. Ho shivered. It had the time cf a funeral knell. "I am not a model man," ho resumed, with an effort. "I am not even ordinarily well behaved. I smoke, drink and bet often. I read French novels and go to r-nriesques. jtool gardens attract me, and I prefer farce comedy to Shakes peare. I have even flirted with living pictures. Nny, 1 have" "Good grscious, how yon frightened me!" she interrupted, with a sigh of relief. "I was afraid yon were going to say that you did not care for any of those things. " Then, burying her face in hi9 fotr-in-haud, she whispered: "Yon gannct shake me, darling. I am your." New York World. HOOD'S FILLS enrt Urer Ilia, EUlousaess, IadlfreaUoD, Headache, A rWwwt lavaattve. AI- DrocgtaW, Fishing ? , 1 W WD llfr Ol-JfCt. iMr. Yonngh.uhhc Don't you think, my dea:-. that yen cook twice as much as we net'd? Mrs. Yotingliuhhe (artlessly) I did it ou purpose, darling. I want to try soma of those "Hints For Housekeepers ; How to Make Dainty Dishes Fioiu What Was Loft Over From Yesterday." De troit Sun. She Knew. The grammar class was on the floor. "In tho sentence, 'I love you. ' what is the mood of the verb?" asked the teacher. "sentimental mood," replied one of the larger girls, who had spent most of the summer at the seashore. Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. Material Exhausted. Gates The only time I ever use whis ky is w1k".i I ton getting a tooth pulled. My wife will not allow a e to touch it. under any oiht-r eironmstnuces. Baruea Had any pulled lately? Gates No. Haven't any left. Indi anapolis Journal. n Knew Him. Deadbroke ( who has just nnsnecess fnlly tried to borrow ten) Next tune I borrow any money of you you'll remem ber it. bly Dig I know I shall. But yon won't. New York World. The Auiericau Tourljt. The average American who coos to Paris hasu'i any trouble with his ' French. It 's the Parisians who have all i the tronble. Philndeinhia Record. I i: nvid. Mrs. X orris What a race old Dr. Green drives at ! Mr. N orris Ah, yes. "The pace that kilk. " Life. vtue1! ) If ,i"l . -(ij.,. . ' j'.vk'. - - '.';. ""-'v'tVH'-'Hv." S'vs'''! - C - la ryt m f S VI JffWl H g TT . . j r . a -' wv,- fin :"-c'y-v.:'..i Physicians recommend bicycling;. torra. Two new models for 1 f i'i "'irYt tr"" - -aao-aM' 4 I IIIIIIIIIIMtHMIMIIMMIimHllllimil t .c t P-500EL 41 Columbia o3iiffl!?ia Bicycles, Model 42 Columbia has been especially desitrued for the many ladies whs prefer to wcjt knicker bockers rather than cumbersome skirts. Ladies' wheels also ia Hartford Bicycles at lower prices $80, $60, $80. .3 r 10fll Uonn A.9 riftiiiumi ft3. A Wi'liimio Visitor. Wife 1 believe there's a burglar In t-ha biiU-.i. 11, island Say nothing, but keep per fectly iuh't. Re may leave a jimmy behind htm or sunn-thing el.-e of value. We call '6 afford lo reran- .-nvay any ehaueo that oN fi rs to turu an honest penny. .Boston Transcript. Oh, No! I5hr '-..Miy rfor-sn't rlHV, von know,'1 Are! "it she ( try you'd rue it." Yi t l;C'i l'iu;i a thonsniiil plunks Ta h;o i- In r taught to da it. Detroit News. How to ict It. "What we want in this country." cried au hapa-sion. d p.-lit ioM orator, "is relief!" ' i ::..' down, then." -h uned a mania th.e ai.da a e. "ami we'll have it 1 " At lanta C, e .. .: n: ion. Had a Oiom! Time. sl e sat 1k f. -,- ive nt th- faiy, Sh- -...i- i V-ae.T.v iii-ate : Tie- r.-a-. v s fail, the air was cool, Th- l ': w.-s uut , f st-ht. ii ..'.,ton Courier. Net Specific Enough. Ferry V'la.i lu.-k did you have fishing Par,.rea ih-t a bigger load than X could i ir .'y h me. "in hsh?" i ineinna'.i Enquirer. Tragedy la Orthoepy. .e."-t . - :... ih-it ear the p.ioel" II. lie.'',; le- 11 hi. ua-il to nii'O, .Ai ii ! -w :i ? all t v works To traee Aaot her ' Ko a'ai- -at 1:1 t :i -. " L lm.i;:u Record. Heartfelt. Fond Parent 1 wish. Hobby, that I could tie a little tov again. Hobby 1 wish v'a could littler than me. Lend 'n Tit l.iis. Hani. JSatiie j-vs . f -.:Y a-.-.k- me most sad When 1 think "f !. . I tai-s 'em. The BirS- 1 want to kis., are those Viho ai r.'l v .. nt me to kiss Via. -Life. When year cake is he.Avy. sot;- ffy fry, iiidigs-s'. ible, it's a pretty sure J sign that you o.idn't sdionen it & with COTTi ),:.:-. t :. When this S f.'reat shortcninp; is rightly used. ! the result will sutrvly satisfy the w most fosthiions. A' ways renictnber g 111:11 me qtituiy ouun ci.tiN "lattfs a little of it itoa long way. It's v. iIl:V.l waste to tise Hiore than two thirds ns; much as you would ofl.ir.l or batter. Always v.se COTTOLI'N K this way, ami vir.tr oike a -ad ti.T.lrx-will ahvavs tf he 'Ajiht. wholts-itne, tlelicious. Oraiirf eorTOVFVF K s l,l everrerhere In pi tins. villi imJi- iau-k. - - and Krtr't A ""' cc::.-.t -eu every 1. K THE N. K. FA!:;Cn:. COWPANY. Chicago, P--, is ..'..,., V "tl'-HI Unil.. S3 COLCMBLtS- hey almost Ar. eyellsng ,Wosnen Parr.e Fashion says it is "c;ood women's use in POPE riFG. CO. HOST ON mw vom CHICAGO HARTFORD. Ccbs. "i?NCa 5cni for Catalafuo. Free at mny Cohttubia Ageacy, cr by mail for two -cent starari. Six haudsem Paper Doll, shew ing; ladie bioyole iiuir.; ty nted dekicv.er, niitujd lor live d-ceat stamps. '0 r I J-: ",.........,..., , ... ... ,