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•We Secure Positions
Buy your Purs direct from the
farrier. I have nutaber of
sets of Mink, Fox, Wolf and
Opossum, ranging In price from
$10 to $200. Am offering all
my, Russian Pony Coats at, a
It will pay/yea .tnJ$is®fc
my goods. Everything you boy
here is guuranteed.
rM, Praducts Co.
a*&u» iff 1
gjf-Jfm I, 1 |/1
0ne^toc1r%rll be of permanent Value
the entire future of your child. We have in
You have been busy the past few days securing suitable Christmas gifts for your children*. But
however carefully you may have chosen the gifts, there will be few of them'which will have any
real lasting effects, and be of any permanent value.
The purpose of this advertisement is to get you to consider an
^Perhaps you haven't been able-to do as much for the boys and girls in the way%f educa1
tion as you would have liked to have done, Conditions may have been such that tjiey wereg
compelled to stay out of school and it may be that now they have reached an age ^here fur*
ther public school eduction is impossible. "But it is NOT too late »for a business
and if you have neglected their earlier education, you have an opportunity—which is in reality
a diity-^to make it up to them iii that Way.
father, mother, look into your children's future?! Does it hold forth all you wiskfor themf^
Will not their prospects for success be greatly brightened if they are equipped with that valu-HS
able armor—a business education? Do you not feel as though you will be actually Neglecting
ydur duty if you fail to give them the advantage which will be theirs if they receive such a-^
.^coi^cse, esped^r when it ta so easUy witMnreac^f,
Think it over. Then decide to enter them in the
term which opens January Jth.
The Saturday News will suspend publication after nest week
The^anashing of a habit is no-easy task. ^Just k««p track of the
number of times after next week that youH have to er^se 1914 and
inseit after beginning a letter.
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^Catch" is an elastic word. Ordinarily speaking, you haVe" to
do somertall hustling to ''catch" a train or a rabtet. Toa 3on't
necessarily have to teavel^fast, however, to "ca^eh" a beau or -even?
to "catch" a wife.t^jAnd then there's a Jong l&t of things, declares
th6 Houston Post, from hell to rheumatism, that you .can "catch'*
and pinsisfe/" §m
(^B'^^dles and pins *Jmi
W he a a a
His trouble begins 1'
w« have been adced, upon divers times and oeeasions, «o describe
kilowatt—tell exactly what it is and how it's determined. We
^tare searched the dietionary in vain, albeit everybody in Watertown
by ^eetriemg^t is paying for the electrie juice also moeb
sper kilowatt—hftf-^^hafe- al last found out about the thing-^-fouud
bt an «xe^W who?e identity kAot elea^r iMt^luhe^Jn# i$
$&K*ibQs delusive thing with sufficient accuracy for praetical
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we 'ianiSnd out how much gasoline it takes to run an engine to gen
erale vcrtain amount of electricity to load an amount of wire with
a certain amount of energy sufficient to produce a certain amount of
heat i»at, when, forced through a wertain kind of platinum wire* that
is suspended in a certain shaped glass bottle,, will illuminate a cer
tain Amount of .space in certain buildings as are made and provided
You fiatl out by certain figure? in simple proportion. You multiply
tlie^as by the eonsdenee of the proprietor of the electric light plant
w*^ n^ter on th® wall and add whatever you can't
multiply. The answer will come in dollars and cents. Just divide
thesoby the price you pay per kilowatt and multiply again in order
to find out whal a kilowatt really is. It is something you can't see
that you-pay for according to what someone tells you who don't know
wha£ he ip talking about, and he proves it by meter that runs by
«ue«8 and by g$d, and is attached to the wail by a hired-man wita
grease on his^nlbse.
was much about a kilowatt as We do
Bad's Christmas Gift.
A nickel's worth of ribbon,
A penny's wort hof gilt
id sakes alive, in minutes ffv6^
Dad's Christmas gift is built.
v- —Kafcsat? City Jdurnail¥-
JSa,ying» of Luke McLuke.
maft^oWns a $50 dog ho does more
Ha man'a hank aecount is all,right he thinks the government
She used to wtuxy \a
biiA forbore at less.
te^mm tag mfo
An optimist is a man who fenowft.tlifit hej
having a sunstroke '$ lomg as ijtjis rainln^..^
I matrimony. It is tisqaUy a l$ck of ^'roe^s.
After you have roamed arotind for ,* whaer yon wili
that the longer aja explanation is, the less ij esp£"
"When man pats you on .mSjttihf
are, he may be only baiting the hook'for another striker.
The man who OTarw'diu mth theideS
The old-fashioned man who used to use his money to fi
nest now ha&« son who uses his money to color his nose.
No maji who^«Y«r tried to httok his wifofs
[can go arotaufjbraggiag ihat he nev^ made'
OU c§» almost,
"v*" -V4 tsnSjft h„i
jwj JSer Wl
When a map's neighbor? are bfetter off than he ia he kno
I opportunity made a mistake in thef number of the house
"When a wdman is so sffy that'lfie
Hen are not as chummy.as women. You «&f$r «a^ J^ni^
acrosi the street to a neighbor and borrow, the fev$
he helps her off with her co^t Whcn they^»tex
and holds it for her during the show they a&j singt«.
.her own coat off and hangs it on the back of tM'
tied. ft '*$
111 ijM §$k
On Saturdays we run a con
Matinee from 2:00 to 5:OOf
XftePa hart! day's shoj^pinl comi^We
always find amusement to your liking.
'THE WISHING RING"
on a «mall scale ia the surest way to become an investor on ,'a
W You make a rtart by investing small sums
**t freq|uent intervals in
or secnriti^ became
any convenient, amount, at
,1 ,v^ fcY^fgW. UKlf
w«i haying boad*
permits the addition
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