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3 m : -i Service every where reinforces Buirk ■ J l n "■BTi' £> • t kVf. HL' - \ r > ■ 4*w /' SSifcsr \/ V . i / jßfcT rr LaL : ' "~" ' - ' Jk jfe ■*. ■ •Jwi ' ;d§ & Amu # ■& |l?i t , ’'• isCT. * • BBMBBt/ V +• .; ' / . .■.-••• ■-*■• ■ '■: ■ . ’*ir ?waSHMsS® ’ .1? &£-&timm'-..* > • >_ * * VOL B‘J IrW ■ 1„-'" • ' - * •*&• .£> ■* - * LEONARIXTOWN, MD„ THURSDAY. .IAMJARY 0. lflHrt. FILL A m i A STS*' ABIIN *1 THE HiE TABLE v; J '■ i % , ■ ' -- 7 - ; * -t. _ *i*-.. ... .... y - ' .'- . . |C : 1 MißMiiirii in *., >v a b■. *■** .wV ‘- iH jflflH JX* JpH w jl HH •'— jf 3 ;JRJP^I ** BBV ti tM# h r'** B 94 ■*•!•• •‘*’3 * • 1 'WB <KouM* * ,wl i '" . ' H • * A. .SKJ< .'■*s*¥*'■ £*'■' ?' v*Tj ■ >- r . Wl EM r.*T THEM Jf* Over in the land of the Near Ka*l i* a 24 n" "* long t which hundred* of orphans are kins fJfj y*re ' uu< * daily. Around this Mm** fable (her*- hover dn.fc huiwtr ede“ other starving Armen inn organs, who loujr another plate filled with bread, wtp n;|l whatever po*d’U> 0 trnn>n..lO i ixvliii jM’l*. gmm MERELY OF VALUE AS GUIDE , 9 J S . f ' The Past, a*. Revealed by History, Worth While Only aa It Polnta the Future. 1 The ill vision of all history Into an cient, medieval and modern, like the division of all Oaut. la a part of the stock of .knowledge of every one Who find enjoyed thft advantages of educa tion. The statement would seem to ndmlt of no question. Perhaps It la a* rea sonable a division of history as,can, ,be had without the expenditure of too mticli time and thought, At buiat It has the advantage of simplicity. I Ji lt, however, the whole truth? It Is Inin If you only mean hy It that certain periods of history begun and ended at a certain date, but It Is not true If you mean that the stale Of mind that belonged to ancient his tory censed to exist at the fall of the Koman empire or'that the character of niodlevalism stopped with the dis covery of America. The world Is modem In time and In outward apis-nmncah, bat antiquity and the Middle ages an* not yet done with /-us, nor will they he for bmp They have left their Indelible marks Upon our thought, our social customs, and political Institutions. What Is really modem In the world Is like the tongbo of a glacier penetrat ing down the mountain slope. Th* mas* from which, It came Is tar l*c hind, movlhg so slowly that It does not seem to move. Only this small peninsnla projects out Into ‘the un known. Ju .Ah. all that baa been Is rt presented. It holds us back . ami y*?t It iolnls us forward, for history *. valueless unless It Is A guide War" the /nftire.- Milwaukee Journal. „ THE "EYE” WORM CF AFRICA Ogpgsreus Psat That 1a Apt to Bs lo flictsd on tha Visitor to th# Congo. Every one who lives In central Af rica any length of time sooner or later fuss Kites nlTectvd with the fllniia loa. a worm which la shout Inches Id length ami the stae of a holr. It* larva Is atifposcd to lie taken Into th# lawly In tlrliiklng wafer, and. when Incu bated. It wanders through the bally for a tong (wrlod. At one time It may make Its presence known In the fore ami or the hack of the bond by a pain less swelling. At another time the same Indications apptwr la a leg or altout ll:o lips or forehead. 1 Missionaries tell me that I hare sev \*itil of ihcfn In my body, although. ' \* ,fy A k for tb>- Indications described. they r Hi, iiised me Ultle or no inomvcnl 1 a i worm Is rtp|xnwV tb enl lt 1 SSl’" "f lw- victim, nml In i 1 y*-tr? " railed "eye worm’' MkHNELfibhl tendency. It then pro md. unless Skill- - ■ ■ ~ v^V'-' 50-4-0 -n3m£. ‘ ' ‘fWc.. -2 i*i'i' T iji in "„ri @ST STOP, LADY" | 'RYA ALICE-H-ItTLE; | i sats^ix&^sss&so&)s& (IS, 1. bjr McClure fisuVii infer Hyumcme.j Little Mrs. I .quo shaded'cher eyes 1 from the fright aonUglH tmit llurdd itfHiiiHt the car windows, and tried ,10 dlacover whether the Jolty train uws Kvifly nearing the station, halt inn for nothing. -If ‘ ‘ told the timid little traveled how’hmg, the trip to ttui etty was. Trembling Angers drew a letim-frnm’ J n worn hag. Her eyee, av/ny- ! Ing to the motion of the train, read: “Mutuale nearest: Hal lias broken ' our engagement or be let me break it I'm tonely and hurt and I need 1 yon. 1 wont to lay my bead in your lop aud hare yon tell roe why,he did J It 1 core so much. M music, mid-1 can't understand. 1 would come to . you, but there's my position. And I promleetfYo tell you If I nccdgd you. Just get on the morning train and t grt off tt the-first stop. , H'j ■ place. You can't miss M. I’lrkt ship, Ofl I'll meet you at Track 1 , I’ll aspect you Tm-sdny. MAIIiA,” The white head bent 10-rer over the trim black dress, bobbed a hit from >lde lo side, pflloanM Itself iignhist . there*! velvet cushion*. Jlie <l<ii•• • "•■I -lint. I.lllle .Mrs. I.iiiiHH| asleep. I 111 1, Iliw :t lelTille Jolt. II eAHH long . .f inis,■. .'i,,.| u,e train <HHH| Th.< (hint mu! Im>(h iron ■I- and the braketnan stood oilH gnmml at the right * "Is Renton the first Hop, sir**' vordd the weak Jlttle voice. K" , r < *-T “flr*t Mop, m' lady,” Minuted the hraketnan. signaling fnrwa-d. ,So there was mil n moment Jo lore. , Mrs. I.nne mlistened at! of her Courage nmf cltwhed down the steps at It--* left, and stood, frtghtailed little fig ore on the ground Ihid tpruin hed with cinder* beneath her feet The, Indh moved out. Ho this win the ’*blg place." but there was oolldOK 1h it. Over thy brows ope* country trot ted a white horse drawing a buggy. A tnnn was He came m%r er the patch of „<4ndefu, sighted Mr*..l.nne. stopped. got down - can speaking as a women might speak to a child. "Ilow’a ihlaT lost out on the lunch? Weill well I We'll how to sen about this." , 3 Then little Mrs. lame poured forth • part of her tale tp him, about her daughter In Renton sending for her the train's first stop, awl the girl's hot hem* there to meet her, and hot ; being afraid, and would ho pler.se tell her how to find her daughter. "3 oo'd better eme over to my shack, llpßi Mule lady," sold the man. "Yon’vo get off some 30 telle* by rail I his side of Bent 0n..” “Ami It ain't Rent mil t didn't 'em. lie no-unt v ft S f ' I Jt-jo-*-. —.*iPsm. war. ■■ . -rasA -raMa.Kwaa. nmk-oA.*.. .Z3rf-jm ffcSSrTnm *rS9nrW^S > ■, • >*eee*eeesSssi3sii^igsseAfigaWieOSyl-llfkjj I CZIACKijES 1 eeesweeeerl* SOIL SUITED FOR CHWKENS^® " , ' Light Loam Which Win Onw Qoed c l§m Grata la Welt Adapted for Poultry Condition*, Poultry cats be raised successfully on * J any well draiaod soil A light loam m which win grow good grass Irjraß : -M mini,ted for this purpose, while a very I llglit snndy soil through Which the M water leaches freely will stand feOTO '!■■■ ’ ■ • ;■• "ry condition* but roost MjSliii the green feed for tho fowls kept jm "11 mi ( )■ U soil -will have to bo ynr-Mi ch n si ,i| A heavy rlny or adobe soli is ■■■l nd-.pleii i" rnlslng^H.,, u t koop the dock specieUMe en " . UMI. gownwarfit poultry jUm he fhnnd, xsing stationary boasea, or the "1 ‘menM e system, save* trtepa, but It Is . easier (to keep the birds healthy and lo reproduce the stock under the col- . - A|jSf ooy gysteia, where the birds are el i lowed fred range.-. Breeding utock. and cspecndiy growing chicken* dtoulrt ham ah abundance of rang* wMIe hens -used solely for the pro , ductlon ifef market eggs may be kept ->o k Very soiall area with good ra- , V suite. The rojony house system necemri- jj fsteafpiti'tkig the house*, bolding about J 100 hen*. fto% 8 to 280 feet apart.