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The Rfchmond Palladium, Thursday, Sept. 6, 1906.
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Iff will send ?ou good, fatherly, professional advice, n a plain, sealed envelope absolutely free. Address him at Buffajh, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets do not grripe. They effectually cleanse the sys tem of accumulated impurities. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, by Dr. Pierce, 1008 pages, is sent free on receipt xf. stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps' for th clcth -bound volume. Address as above. WORK OF THE WINDS. BfoTtag Sand Danes That Burr Vil lages and Shoal Sounds. The pre vail ins winds from a little West of south have rippled the hetero geneous sands on Hatteras just south of the cape, . ou Shackelford at Its southwest extremity and on the south west side of Smith's island. These wind ripples, started in sands exposed by the removal of a strip of forest next the shore, have grown in size to great sand waves, which are advanc ing on forests, fields and homes. As the sand wave has advanced It has taken up several feet of the loose soil over which It has passed, undermining houses, laving bare the roots of trees and exi;osIng the bones of the- dead in the cemeteries. Dinrnal winds from "the sea have piled the sands into small wandering dunes and hillocks and even some times into sand waves, which arc -narching steadily Inward and shoaling .th waters of the sounds. At Nag's Head a large hotel, constituting a solid obstruction, soon had a sand wave built up a short distance in Its rear until the level of its roof was reached, when the wave moved forward and en gulfed tLe hotel. - In the immediate neighborhood two cottages suffered a similar fate. Here the land gained on the sound 3."0 feet in ten years. On the northern end of Hatteras Is land a fisliing village had been simi larly burial, while the sand had en tirely crashed the Island at several places north of the cape. This lnove " ment of the sand was started just aft er the civil war by the cutting of trees next the-shore for ship timbers, and the Foetlou Is .still known as the Great woods, though not a stick of timber stands upjn it today. Pamlico sound for two miles from the Hatteras shore Is growing steadily shallower from the deposit of blown saud. On Smith's island a pilots' village has been , burled beneath the sand wave for a number of years, but this has been 'quite' recently resurrected, and its houses are again occupied. On Currituck, below Caffey's fnlet life saving station, the sand has advanced entirely across the land, and one man. "moving before the advancing sand, has at last built his house on piles in the sound. Rational Geographic' Majra slne. Tie Had Already- E1.W 1 know a western Kansas town !where the rules of etiquette are purely upon a logical basis." said a man from the short grass country the other day. "The daughter of the hotel keeper at whose hostelry' I was living was to ba married. I received1 an invitation. At about 11 o'clock In the evening the wedding supper was spread. An old lady came, down the table side, passing the viands to the guests. When she reached my plate she skipped me and began ajjain with the neit man. The old lady had seen me eating my sup per as usual at C o'clock. . " 'You've et,' she said as she gave me the go by. Things began to look dubious for me. Then an old man came along with more food. He also had seen me eating at the usual even ing hour. He shied around me with a look of surprise that I should be at the feed rack again and said, 'Why, you've et. "Everybody had been 'saving up for the occasion so that they might eat liko heroes at that wedding feast. The fact that I had not been missing any meals nearly ostracized me in that happj gathering." Kansas City Times. THINGS THEATRICAL. . Thomas Q. Seabrooke retired from the cast of "Mexicana and has been replaced by Louis Harrison. It Is said that President Roosevelt and Kaiser Wilhelm are satirized In Sousa's latest comic opera, "The Free Lance." Edna May has arrived In London and started rehearsals of the new ran Bical comedy-In which Charles Froh xnan will present her at the Vaudeville theater. Hattle Williams, who this season Is appearing In "The Iiollicking Girl." Is to be presented In a new musical com edy called "The Little Cherub." The opening will take place in New York next August. E. II. Sothern and Julia Marlowe will probably be seen in a dramatic version of "Tristan und Isolde." Mr. Sothern has long desired an opportu nity to Impersonate the famous Ar thurian knight, and Miss Marlowe has been equally anxious to portray the teautiful Irish princess. Humor and Philosophy . By DUNCAN M. SMITH THE MAN OF NERVE. T!s nerve that makes the world go round, Although the gentlemen of learning May try to tell us It Is love That makes U!e ousy wneeis keep turn ing. The man InXbve, and woman, too. May be.h. very, very happy. But the Cwards come floating to The shtleman who s loud and scrappy. The an of large and Iron nerve - My not be delicate or pretty, you'll observe that he is In n all the good things round the city. Ice and coal man and the clan Of genial gougers may not love him. But still In spite of their dislike They're prfctty careful not to shore hfca Tis nerve that climbs the mountain peaks. To roots and snowy ledges clinging. And, on the other hand, take note, Tis nerve that does most all the sing ing. Tls nerve that walks up to the polls And pushes past the Icy shoulder And grabs an office large and fat And well worth having to the holder. The man of nerve has such a way. In spite of snubs or sneers or laughter Or any other obstacle. ' Of getting things that he goes after. He pulls the lightning from the skies, 1 He makes the bee give up its honey, i And when there's something good In sight He's always round to take the money. His Ambition. "What yon goin ter be Jimmle, when you grow up : Soldier; ain't your "Soldier nothin'; I'm goin' to be a ttazer."" Object Lesson. Why does the lady walk so rapidly with her dim held so high and so firm 7" "She is going to look In the swim to Ing hole for her little son. "Is he lost?" - "No, but be fondly imagines that his mother is." "Does she yearn so much to see him?' Yes, very ranch, indeed." What will ishe do when she finds him?" "There will be a fine slipper play when that happens." "And will her little son be sorry and promise never to run away again?" "He will not be sorry, and he will promise himself that the next time he runs away he will become a pirate and live to strike terror to all mothers' hearts." "Ah, I see; this Is the first act In the drama 'How Pirates Are Made,' I sup pose." "Yes, in the imaginations of little boys." Easily Managed. "I am afraid, my love, that I cannot let you have, so much money for your wardrobe as you had last year.. We must live more economically." "Oh, that's all right, dear; I just had a letter from Ketchum's saying that I may buy whatever I want there with out paying a cent." Knew a Good Thing. Oh. young Lochinvar sauntered out of the wst; . He trimmed up his whiskers and pulled down his vest. And the girls did not run from the man In alarm, . Tot he showed them a deed to a big , western farm. And so with a charmer he soon closed a deal. And they started for home in his auto mobile 1 ; PERT PARAGRAPHS. Nobody has a cinch on all the folly in the world, but some people act as if they think they have. However willing he may be to do so, no man can play "hookte" from the school of experience. Installment weary. collectors never grow Too. many cooks consume the soup before It is served. A shoe that pinches our neighbor's foot is a ridiculous vanity. The self made man didn't have a pat tern, and you would guess It to see him. Doctors when they are sick shirt drugs. They send for their mothers-in-law. To a hungry man the best looking woman Is the one who knows how to cook and wIlL The man who loudly proclaims that he Is poor but honest is apt to stack vjf proud and foolish too. It Is now said that Ada Rehan will hold consultation, while In Europe with A. W. Pinero with a view to having that dramatist write her a play. The production of the new plaj which J. M. Barrie is writing for Maude Adams is to be postponed two years, during which she will continue In "Peter Pan." LOST -Saturday on the 6:30 Interur- ban to Cedar Springs Hotel, a white mother of pearl fan, valued as a gift. Finder return to Palladium office and receive a reward of $10. r I in JILTED BECAUSE HAIR WAS FALSE aerman Girl Who Wore a Wig Gets 10 Ots Damages From Fas--fidious Sweetheart. Fraulein Nini Stimmer of Berlin won her suit for breach of promise, but the damages have been assessed at only 10 cents. This isn't because her sweetheart, Gustave eichmann. Is Jt)r was a ten cent sweetheart, but because the judge thought Gustave was justified, all but ten cents' worth in breakin.g his engagement to marry the fair Nini. , Gustave, is a clerk in a government offce. Nlni is the daughter of well to do people retired from business. The courtship and engagement had lasted five years, and both Gustave and Niui were as happy as the day is long. Theu the marriage day was named, ai.they were even happier. They went one day with their parents to a summer resort, and Gustave en ticed Nini ou to the lake with him in a boat. She, being fat as well as fair and clumsy in her movements, tipped the boat over. Gustave is a good swimmer. Ho waited until Nini came loa the surface and . then , started to save her. He gras ped her by the hair. and horrors the hair came off! Several boatmen Were soon on the seen e, and Gustave aKowed them to do the rescuing. He went, home and, re- fusing to have anything more to do with Nini of the golden locks, she sued him. Gustave's plea was justification. The judge agreed that he need not carry out his promise, but he must pay 10 cents, also the costs, and the presents need not be returned. STRUCK BY TRAIN, HE CHIDES CREW Deaf Man of Seventy, Knocked Down Embankment, Gets Up and Re sumes Walk on Track. James Garth, seventy years old, a resident of Webster Groves, Mo., was hit by an engine and knocked from the railroad track down an embank ment fifteen feet. Garth is deaf and did not hear the engine approaching. The engine ran on nearly a hundred yards beyond the scene of the accident before it was stopped. The train was backed to the spot where Garth had stood when the en gine hit him, the crew expecting to pick up his mangled body. Instead they found the aged man al ready on his feet and walking back toward the track. The train crew of fered to assist him, but he refused all aid. He was plainly vexed and chided the crew for their carelessness. After the train had started on again Garth got in the middle of the track and continued his journey. SHOES STOLEN OFF HIS FEET Afternoon Sleeper In Worcester Park Finds That City's Thieves Are Experts. One of the most peculiar larceny cases which have ever taken place in Worcester, Mass., occurred on a re cent afternoon on the common in the center or the city, when a new pair of shoes were taken from the feet of Harry Grlswold, 26 Bradley street while he was asleep. When Griswold awoke from his slumbers he was amazed to find his shoes gone and walked . through the principal streets to the police station, GBISWOLD WAS FAST ASIJXP. where he Informed the police officials f the theft. He was loaned a pair of old bhoes and accompanied by an officer made a visit to secondhand stores on Spring street. The shoes were found in one of them and Gris wold recovered his property by giv ing up a quarter. The oCicer was given a description of the man who sold the shoes, and soon after Joseph Conlin was arrested on the street. When searched atxthe station a solitary quarter was found In his possession, which the second hand dealer claimed was the one he gave for the shoes. Neither of the men was intoxicated. . Doubtless, have you to "What lose In this deal?" "Nothing." "What have you to gain? "Nothing." "Humph! Must be in training to serve on a Municipal league commit- Baarctlie "Iha Hind Yea h'ate Alwars Baaht Humor and Philosophy By DUNCAN ML SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS. The man who is in love with himself doesn't love beneath his station. You never know how many enemies yon have until yon need your friends. When a man is smarter than he looks, he is apt to make you smart. A tactful woman is one who can manage a house and a hired girl at the same time. A He has to be lively or some ona would be sure to nail It. We are always willing to take any- body's word for our own virtues. On questions of behavior a child al ways exhibits undue curiosity as to his father's past record. Imitation is sometimes the rawest caricature. The Innocent bystander usually is outfitted with a life sized vacuum in his cranium. Wild oats as a crop do better in the city than the rolled variety. There seems to be a pure wellsoring of delight in fooling oneself. Envious. I wish I were an elephant Unwieldy, large and strong. With dusky palm leaf fans for ears And tusks a few feet long. And with a Saratoga trunk To swing from side to side, A fancy blanket on ray back. Where all my friends might ride. I'd have a barrelful of fun In working at that trade; Go to the circus every day And be In the parade. -I'd cut up capers in the ring And stand upon my head. And I could always stay Inside To see the lions fed. The ladles as they passed me by On me would all be sweet. They'd open up their peanut bag? And let me eat and eat. The little children would come round And dope me up with cake And cookies and a lot of things Like mother used to make. I'd scare my keeper half to death When I was feeling gay, For when I went upon a toot There'd be old smash to pay. The owner of the blooming show Might come and throw a fit. But If I didn't like the place . l'd-5ack my trunk and quit. Proof of Its Worth, v "He knows his play will succeed If be can get it produced." "Great plot?" "Just ordinary." -"Fine dialogue?" "Commonplace." "Why so certain?" i "It has been rejected by all Of -the managers." Couldn't Qualify "Her friends were charitable enough to call her trouble kleptomania, but the doctor knew at a glance that wasn't what ailed her." 'How could he tell?" 'She was neither young nor beauti ful" i WI-IM I I III II The Way It Goes. Where the, foaming: breakers roar Down beside the sandy shore. There the sportive maiden sweet Dip her dainty hands and feet. Plunges In. a mermaid fair, With the sun bleach on her hair. Nature's hue upon her skin. For the swim she's strictly in. In the autumn at the store Where the busy traffic's roar Frets the ear. with worried mien There the maid Is daily seen Buying drags and lotions weird That the freckles may be cleared From her tanned and toughened skin. For the social swim she's In. Out of Job. "Would you 'help a poor man who can't find work in bis line and can do nothing else?" "What Is your line of workT "Carrying sympathy to the worthy but friendless rich." A Poser. "I see they are having another monkey party at Newport." "Say, bow do the girls tell which Is monkey and which is dude?" All Right. "I thought you said that Bragger Xs a man of veracity." Oh. he was just talking about his self last night. He never lies about any one else., Bright Idea. What would you do if you were en gaged to be married to the rich Mis Oldun?" "First thing I'd do would be to bor row money of her to hire a substitute." PoaatbIr. "Tly is it," she whispered at the! close of the cecemony, "that the bride groom always loots as if he couldn't call his soul hfs own 7 "Frobably, replied her brother, "Its because from that moment he really can't." Catholic Standard and Tin? Ji V 11 aumdl anytmng Uiro' preserVedfor you. Dates of County Fairs. Lafayette .... t . . Sept. 3 Portland ..... . . Sept 3 Princeton ...' Sept. 3 Indiana State Fair Sept. 10 Huntington ...... Sept 10 Valparaiso .. Sept. 11 Vincennes .. . . - Sept. 17 Covington ...1- Sept. 18 Ft Wayne ...Sept 18 Kendall ville . Sept. 24 Montpelier .. Sept 25 North Manchester Oct 2 Bourbon .. .. Oct 9 If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which most people wi overlook. Before you me Palladium aside, lookjver the classified advertisements. 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