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of low the Surface SarraceK B BIN
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t f K the shore waters and rivers of ofCentral ofCentral
I IN Central America Amer1 there are thou thousands thousands ¬
sands of little fish with very cu curious curlous curious ¬
rious eyes They The are called four fouroyad touroyed fouroyed
oyed fish and the eye is very much muchHike muchUke muchlike
Hike n double eye and then too it
apparently has to do the work of two twoyos twoyes twoeyes
eyes yes It has a broad dark horizontal horizontaliband horizontalband horizontalband
band nearly as wide as the pupil pupilright pupilrIght pupilright
right across its centre This band en enables ennblcs ennbles ¬
ables the fish when feeding and swimming swim swimming swImmlng ¬
ming at the surface on the lookout lookoutI
ous to run faster than six or eight miles m11esan milesan mlfesan
an hour unless he was certain the road roadwaa randWI8 roadwas
was clear clearThe clearThe clearThe
The idea of placing the boiler at the therear therear therear
rear of the vehicle did not occur to Mr MrBrown MrBrown 11 11Brown
Brown until untfllSSO 1SSO when he made a radcal rad radical radIcnl ¬
ical cal in the body of the carriage
for food to see above the surface with withpart withput withpeat
part of the th eye and below the water waterWith watelwltb waterwith
With the other part The baud which whichdivides whichIvides whichdivides
divides Ivides the eye into two equal parts partsstriking partsstrIkIng partsstriking
striking the surface or edge of the thewater thewater thewater
water divides the line of vision Islon Of Ofcourse OfCourse Ofcourse
course this is a great advantage to the thefish thefish thefish
fish when seeking food And since the theband thebaDd theband
band seems to serve no other purposethan purpose purposethan
l than to enable the fish to swim thus thusat thus3t thuslit
at the surface of the water it is but butreasonable butret1lionable butreasonable
reasonable to suppose that it has been beenformed beenrormed beenformed
formed there because of this peculiar peculiarway peculiarWilY peculiarway
way of swimming No other fish are areJknown areknown areknown
known to swim at the surface in just justthe justthe justthe
the same way as do these fish and if ifrthey Jfthey ifthey
they were to do so it may Be supposed supposedthat supposedtthlt supposedthat
that they too would sooner or later laterget laterget laterget
get a similar band on the eye for it is isquite Isqulte isquite
quite likely that this habit of holding holdingthe holding1he holdingthe
the eye at the surface of the water waterwhile wate1while waterwhile
while seeking food extending through throughcenturies throughcenturies throughI
I centuries with this fish very gradually graduallycaused graduallycaused
caused a gristle or blurred band to tolorm to10rm toform
form on that portion of the eye which whichstruck whichstruck whichstruck
1 struck the water or edge of the water waterNow waterNow waterNow
Now as it Is a tiI custom of nature natu e to totake tolke totake
take lke away the usefulness of any mem memler member member
ber or organ of the body never used usedshe uledshe usedMug
she has caused this band to form here
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The e First into eta in 1 America AmericaIt rQ erica ericaIt rica
It Was Wa Constructed In tees by a Chicago ChicagoThe CttieagoM Cttieagoaaaaa ChicagoMat
M Mat Matl
aaaaa l l Qa a aThe
The first automobile used in America Americawas Ame1lcwas Americawas
was constructed construct d by a Chicago man ID
1884 Edwin F Brown then a II well wellknown wellImown wellknown
known bicycle rider evolved the idea ideaof Ideoof Ideaof
of a 1 steampropelled vehicle for use on onordinary anordinary D
ordinary or lnary roads His first machine was wasbuilt waebuilt wasbuilt
built on the running gear of an old oldstyle oldstyle oldstyle
style tandem tricycle with a boiler infront In Infront Infront
front He managed to operate it with withsome withsome withsome
some success and was encouraged to toundertake toundertnke toundertake
undertake an improvement improvementAfter ImplOement ImplOementAftOl improvementAfter
After a season of experiment he pro produced prolnced proiluced ¬
duced a second vehicle on totally dlfferent dlf dlfferent dlfferent
ferent lines It having four wheels In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of three and with the weight weighthung weightbung weighthung
hung below the wheel shafts This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was operated successfully but no great greatspeed greatspeed greatspeed
speed could be attained as the boiler boilerwas bol1elwas boilerwas
was still mounted in front and the escaping es escaping escaping ¬
caping smoke and steam blew clirectly clirectlyInto tbrcetlyinto hedlyInto
Into the face of the driver blinding his bisrange I1lslange hisrange
range of vision and making it danger ¬
change carriagemounted carriagemounted carriagemounted
mounted it on pneumatictired pneumatlc tlred wheels wheelsand wheeland wheelsand
and for short distances operated it at ata atn ata
a speed of twenty miles an hour All Allthese Allthese Allthese
these machines were constructed en entirely entlrely entirely ¬
tirely of bicycle part partArkansas portsArknJllal partsArkansas
Arkansas Cordiality CordialityJ
J B Rutherford returned from Little LittleRock LlttloRock LittleRock
Rock and says s ys that Jeff Davis is the thebiggest theblgge thebiggest
biggest blgge t man in the State StateThe StateThe StateThe
The State House said Mr Ruther Rutherford Ruthelford Rutherford
ford was just crowded with people peoplecongratulating peoplecongratulating peoplecongratulating
congratulating the Governor on his hisnomination hisnomination hisnomination
nomination I sent in my card and the thefirst the11rst thefirst
first thing I knew Davis came out In Inhis Inhis Inhis
his shirtsleeves and said saidSay enldSay saidSay
Say Jim you dont need any card cardwhen carllwhen cardwhen
when you come to see me If the other otherfellow othertell otherfellow
fellow tell ow had been elected you might have haveneeded haveneeded haveneeded
needed a card but when you come to tosee tosee tosee
see me just walk right In and hang hangyouv hansyour hangyour
your hat on a peg and unpack your yourtrunk yourtrunk yourtrunk
trunk Arkansas Gazette GazetteDont GazetteDont GazetteDont
Dont burn your bridges behind you youunder youunder youunder
under the impression that you are srt srtting s stting t ttlng
ting the world on are fTreMost areMoat ro rotOlt
Most tOlt women seem to think there thereare therei thereare
i are no secrets worth keeping
since that part of the eye which struck struckthe struckthe struckthe
the edge of the water was W w aa IiI not used usedand usedDd usedand
and Dd could not b be used UH while the fish flabwaa fishrwas 1IIhWtUI
rwas swimming thus This band has hastherefore huiberefore hastherefore
therefore by slow degrees become becomemore becomelUore becomemore
more and more permanent until now It Itis ItJ8 itis
is firmly fixed and destroys dtro s the thesight thefilght theeight
sight of that portion of the eye over overwhich overwbleh overwhich
which it extends While very ery young youngthe youngthe
the 111 band is ili not on the fishs fish eye This Thisfact Thll1act Thisfact
fact helps to prove pro that the band was wasnot Waillot wasnot
not lot always on the eye of these fish fishbut nibbut fishbut
but it bas been formed by their habit habitof habitof habitof
of swimming at the surface surfaceSome surfaceSome urfaceSome
Some scientists do not call this fish fishfoureyed 11lhloureyed fishfoureyed
foureyed for they say there are no nofoureyed nooU1t nofoureyed
foureyed oU1t el1 fish They say this eye is isexactly ilactly isexactly
exactly actly like any other eye e e except for foriLe fortile forthe
tile band across it and that the human humaneye humaneye humanaye
eye would oulll represent a like conditionwere condition conditionwere conditionwere
were on one to fasten a narrow band bandxcrom bAndcrOiI bandxeroaa
xcrom crOiI it Other scientists claim that thateach thatceh thateach
each of these two parts of the t12 eye canle can caale canIt
le eoatracted or expanded < l Indepeud IndepeudCBtly induptndCII Independcatiy
CBtly CII tJy of tb U the other otherTito otherThe otherThe
The Tear TearThe PearThe rearThe
The pear Is undeniably uD ulably the favorto favortofruit favortttfrtllt favaritfruit
fruit of modern times indeed we be belter lJ lJ111f beere ¬
lter ere the pear of modern times ttm thanks thanksto thanksto
to th the science < fence and skill klll of hortieultur horticulturists hortieulturlilt hortieulturseta ¬
seta lilt It I quite a different morsel ors l for the thepalate thopAla thepalate
palate pAla te from th the p pear ar of two or three threecenturies threeCflDt1lr1etl threeentrorfes
centuries ago agoSo a agoo 10
So o long 10 ago as the earliest flat time of ofthe ofthe
the 1 RoBMtM It maDi the par War was considerably considerablycultivated eonsldtrablynltlntlM1 considerablyaMltivated
cultivated It was common la Syria SyriaHfgypt SyriaIIQpt yrla yrlalarypt
Hfgypt a aDd ad Grt Greece c and from the latter lattercountries lattereeuatrlel latteree
ee countries > ratries was transplanted Into Italy Italyml Italyand
and ml from there t re into Germany and andHolland andIloliand lid lidHollaDd
Holland and eventually into the tb United UnitedStater United8tt Unlteddtater
Stater 8tt New Nt York News NtW
Wttndsef vands uuls or OltteeIn OmeeIn Olttee OraseIn
In some of the Lithuanian villages In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the extreme northeastern corner of the theGerman theGerman
German Germnn Empire says the New York YorkHerald YorkHelah YorkHerald
Herald the Mayor or Chief Magls Maglsstfate Magisstrate Maglastrate
strate still uses a wand of office The Theuse Theuse
use of this symbol of authority can be betraced betraced
traced back to the conversion of the theLithuanians thtLithuanians theLithuanians
Lithuanians to Christianity at the end endof endof endof
of the fourteenth century centuryThese centurYrbese centuryThese
These wands are appropriately approp fately called calledkrywule calledkrywuls calledkrywuls
krywuls or crooks for they arc aremade arcmode arcmade
made of the most strangely contorted contortedboughs contortedboughs contortedboughs
boughs and saplings that can be befound befound befound
found The more fantastic the shape shapeof shapeof shapeof
of the krywul kry l the more highly is it itvalued Jtvalued Itvalued
valued Many are made by training trainingyoung trainingyoung trainingyoung
young shoots into queer forms formlTbe formsThe
The krnvul Is carried bv tll the Mseis II1I
trate trat on all ceremonial occasions and An It Itis ItJI It1s
is also u UI used < J as a repiftmotive rfp tlt th of his bisperson hispes 11 11perscon
person pes OD Ilk like a royal signet lgu t ring
i t r Making a PingJong PingJongget On g nay t tI
I get et at HOllie HOllieOt Ho HoOf a e
1 1Of
Of all the Indoor games that the wrl wrlr wrlcr wrier
cr r bas tried trIedand and bo has tackled about aboutill aboutn aboutill
ill n of them themnont none has proved such Jolly follyIQod Jollyood jollyfCod
fCod ood fun as table tennis or as the Engish Eng EngIsh
Ish call It pingpong pingpongA plngpongfirstclass ping pong pongA
I A firstclass pingpong plug pong outfit with wilhtwo withtwo withtwo
two rackets racl ets that are perfect little ten tenits ten11s tenis
its is rackets on a small scale will cost costibout costbout costibout
ibout 4 1 at the shop When it comes comeso corpes
o a n very cheap set you can probably probablypake probablypate probablypnke
pate at home just as good an outfit outfitFirst outfitIDd outfittntl
IDd tntl maybe btlter btlterF1rst bejteri
F1rst i First irstas as Si to the tb r rackets clictS In England Englandlie England1te
lie kind most favored have centres of oflarchment ofnrchment oflarchment
larchment like a drumhead from fromVhlch fromvhlch fromwhich
Vhlch the ball rebounds with that bum bumfling humnlng humg
fling pingpong ping pong sound which gives the thefame therame thelame
fame Its name nameThe nampThe nameThe
The writer prefers the string racket racketPieces Jacketrleces racket4leeos
Pieces of rattan soaked sOI1I Ctl a while In Inrteamlng inrteamlng inrteaming
rteamlng hot water WI1 tar to make them very verytupplo verytupple verytupelo
tupelo make good racket frames A Arooden Aooden Awoden
rooden handle hollowed out at the end endvlth endrith endvltb
vlth grooves for the rattan frame to toIt toIt toIt
It In Is simply constructed us shown shownn
n the thedlagram diagram above In stringing the thertrlng thertrlng theitring
rtrlng used on a banjo would be about about1ght aboutofght aboutfight
fight Two strings for each racket racketJiould racketJlOuld rackethould
Jiould b bt > enough enoughThese enougllhese enoughThese
These hese strings should shoul bo thoroughly thoroughlylooked thoroughlyoOaked thoroughlycaked
looked and then used while still wet wetDo weto
Do 0 not string too tight for If you do dovhen dorhen dovllen
vhen the strings dry and shrink they theyvlll theym theyvlll
vlll m pull the frame all allout out of shape shapeString shflpeHdng shapetring
String first across and andAlen toen en up and andlown andlawn andtown
lawn exactly as In a regulfClon regul on racket racketn
n making n support for your net a aouple aDuple aduple
Duple of yards of heavy hen telegraph wire wirevlll wirem wirevlll
vlll m answer Take each length and andlouble alldIiouble andlouble
louble and bend into shape shown In Inhe Inbe inbe
be diagram This of Itself may not be belulte beluite beluite
luite stanch enough to hold the net netaut netlut netnut
nut but by running a cord from the thex theop theop
x op > p of one wire support down and un unler unler unler
ler the tab table I to the top of the other otherlupport otherIUpport othersupport
support you OU should be able to obtain obtainlie obtainhe obtainhe
he necessary amount of rigidity The Thelet Thelet Thelet
let itself should be about sis Inches InchesUgh Inches11gh inchessigh
Ugh from the table and should clear clearhe clealhe clearhe
he table by enough to allow the ball ballo ballto
o pass easily asllr under it Any material materialvlll materialIVJIl materialgrill
vlll do for the net though a gauze or orlotting orlotting ortotting
lotting of some kind bound at the top topvlth toppith
pith Ith an Inch or two of white tape isLest Is Isest iscst
Lest est As to the table Itself It should
be e simply a smooth and flat surface surfaceibout surfacelbout surfaceibout
ibout five by ten feet or say four by bysight byIght byIght
Ight fret fretThe ftetThe feetThe
The game Is played exactly as tenass ten tensis tenIlls
sis is played except e cept that there is but butne butme butlne
me ne court on either efth el side of the net If Ifthe Ifhe Ifthe
the he ball strikes the very edge e ge of the thetable thel1ble theable
table and 10 o bounces off at In such suel1l1 a way waythat wayat waythat
that at a return la Impossoble call it an anedger anedger anedger
edger and serve over again againThe a Ialn IalnTIle aln alnThe
The method oC scoring is the same lameHil sameis
18 in tennis One rule of the old game gamevhlch gamejhlch gamewhich
which IB barred because of the narrow narrowbounds narrowoundl narrowbounds
bounds ic volleying A ball can never neverie neerJe neverbe
ie returned except on the bounce bouncePickups bouncePlckuPI bouncePickups
Pickups however loWerer are allowable An Another Anther An9ther ¬
other ther strict ruling of pingpong ping pong is that thatQO thatno
QO overhand strokes are allowed the thehand thehand theband
hand must never be raised above the theheight theheIght theheight
height of th tlll elbow Also the serve servemutt 5118I servemust
mutt be delivered from a a point beyond beyondthe beyondthe beyondthe
I the end of the table tableThe tableThe tableThe
The tennis experts and allround nll ronnd ath athletes dhbave athletes ¬
letes have devised It new sort of racket racketthat lacketthat racketthat
that makes of tills parlor game nme a rath rathir ratbar rathar
ar strenuous and exciting affair affairThe affairThe affairThe
The racket is simply a l wooden pad paddle pRal11e padale ¬
ale of about the same outside dimen dimensions dim dimenslona en en3lonl ¬
sions as a the pingpong plag pong strung racket racketthat lacketthat racketthat
that is about six inches In diameter diameterroughly dlameterroughly diameterroughly
roughly speaking IIpealtingthe the handle being of ofany oflny ofany
any desired length lengthThe lengUIThe lengthThe
The paddle part IB not of one piece piecewith piecewith piecewith
with the handle hl1n le as it would break or orsplit 01split orsplit
split too easily The handle Is spliced splicedon
on The paddle padaJeon on one side or both bothaccording botIllccordlng bothaccording
according to bow you play is covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with emery cloth or paper guled on oncarefully oncarefullJ oncarefully
carefully With this thl rough surface surfaceyou lurfacerou surfaceyou
you can cut the ball or give the Law Lawford L LfortI Lawford
ford stroke In splendid fashion fashionAs rub fashionAs Ion IonAs
As to balls the best art those made madeof madeof madeof
of celluloid which can be e bought at atany atn atany
any n sporting or toy store for a few fewcents reweents fewcents
cents apiece apieceThis apleCeTIIIIIJ apieceThis
This pingpong ping pong is I really a great game gameand gameand gameand
and the writer thinks thInk it has 1111 come to tostnyDetroit totarDetrolt tostayDetroit
stnyDetroit Free litre Press PressTli Prfl PrflTIle PressThe
Tli TIle Fever FeverAn lfeverAn FeverAn
An Atchison girl who got 60 50 60month a amonth amonth
month and bad an easy time of Jt Jtcaught Jtcaught itcaught
caught the fever fe rer two years ear ago 0 and andchased andcl1ued andchase
chased a man She had an athletic athletictraining athletletraining t1l1tl t1l1tltraining
training soon caught up with him himand himand himand
and lauded him Now she he does doe all her htrowti herown herawn
own housework including washing and andironing andIroning I
ironing has twin babies and gets her herboard h hfboard i iboard
board and clothes etot Her name should shouldb shouldbe i iIHt
b IHt furnished ill women seised with withthis withthll withthis
this mancatcWflf fererAtcblun fererAtcblunGlobe rrerAtebluOlotw fewerAtehlsoaGlobe
Globe GlobeIB GlobeIn
i iIn
In the quantity of annual D1Ial r rainfall rainfallthe f8f JI JIthe i ithe
the continent rack at A follows South SouthAmerica louUAUlerfea outh outhAmerica
America Africa Crll North America A mericl Un Unroof 1111ropt Ihrope ¬
roof Arils Australia utrllla
Attempts to Catch the largest Carntvori Carntvoriin CaralvorIn
in Existence ExistenceOn ExlstneeOn ExtateneeOn
On the extreme northwest coast of oiAlaska ofAluka ofAlaska
Alaska Is l Kadlak Island the home of ofa ofa ofa
a distinct species of bear believed tobe to tobe tobe
be the largest carnivore in existence existenceA
A A very large Kndink bear measures measuresfifteen moosuresfifteen measuresfifteen
fifteen feet in length from the end of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his nose to the end of his backbone
exceeding in length the tiger the griz grizzly grlzzly grizzly ¬
zly bear and the polar bear There is iaa isIt isa
a fine specimen of this bear the only onlyone onlyJne onlyone
one Jne in captivity In the United States StatesNational StatesNational StatesNational
National Zoo at Washington but it Is Isonly isonly Isonly
only a cub Despite his youth how however however however ¬
ever he h is s almost as large as two full fullgrown tullegrown fullgrown
grown grizzlies who are his present im immediate 1mmediate immediate ¬
mediate neighbors neighborsMeanwhile neighborsMeanwhile neighborsMeanwhile
Meanwhile the Alaska Commercial CommercialCompany CommercfalCompany CommercialCompany
Company acting on behalf of the United Uni United Unlted
ted States Government is attempting attemptingto
to capture a fullgrown animal of thIs thlaspecies thIsspecies thisspecies
species According to the New York YorkJournal YorkJournal YorkJournal
Journal there has been standing at atKadlak atIadlak atIiadlak
Kadlak Island since last June a great greatsteel grentsteel greatsteel
steel cage sixteen feet long and six sixfeet sixfeet sixfeet
feet high in one end of which Is a aheavy aheavy aheavy
heavy raised grating which is con connected cannected connected ¬
nected with a trigger In the rear end endof cndat endof
of the cage This trigger is baited baitedwith baitedwith baitedwith
with salmon When the bear bites the thebait thebait thebait
bait the steel door will close on him himThe himThe himThe
The steel cage in which the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States authorities hope to entertain entertainMr entertainIr entertainMr
Mr Ir Ursus Kadlakus until his transpor transportion tlansportlon transportlon
tlon can be arranged was taken to toAlaska toAlaska toAlaska
Alaska and erected < on Kadiak Isl Island ¬
and under the supervision of Ell Ellwood
wood Hofer a famous Yellowstone
and guide who is more famil f familarly mll ¬
known as Billy Hofer This
or tray tra was designed and mad made
with a view Iew of accommodat ¬
the Kadlak bear and should he
it it is probable he will stay stay in
it until he arrives in in Washington The Thecage Thecage Thecage
cage will be hoisted on to a vessel at atthe atthe atthe
the Island and transferred to a flat car carat Clllat carat
at Vancouver At first the trigger triggerwas triggerwas triggerwas
was baited with honey but the foxes foxesof foxesof foxesof
of Kadiak Island are much more in inquisitive Inquliltfve inquisitive ¬
quisitive than bears awl after a anum anumbCl num number numr ¬
her of them had been caught the bait baitwas baitwas baitwas
was change to salmon salmonA
A Saddle For Driven DrivenTo DrivenTo DriversTo
To drive a spirited pair of horses horsesfrom horsesfrom
from the box seat of an ordinary car carriage carriage ¬
riage is not an easy task especially if ifthe ifthe
the driver is of medium or low size sizeand sizeAnd sizeand
and for the reason that the position positionwhich pOiIltfonwhich positionwhich
which he occupies is not one which allows al allows allows ¬
lows him to exercise full control over overthe overtIle overthe
the animals animalTlJl animalsThis
1 This TlJl is one reason why a box seat seatsaddle seatladdIe seatsaddle
saddle has been Invented says the I
New York Herald Another reason Is Isbecause Isbectlule 1 1because s
because the Inventor thought that the theaverage theaverage th thaverage e
average driver would sooner have two twocompanions twocompanlonl tw twcompanions o
companions than one and there will willb wlllbe willbe
b be room for two wherever this saddle saddleis saddlefe
is used since the driver will be ele elevated eleated elevated ¬
vated ated above the two large cushioned cushionedseats cushionedts cushionedseats
seats ts and except by an occasional occasionalmovement occa occasionalmovement lonal lonalmovement
movement of his arms will not in the theleast theleat th thleast e
least Incommode those sitting slttfn beside besidebut besidelint besld besldbut e
but a l little below him This new sad saddle loddl saddie ¬
die dl can b be raised to any an necessary necessaryheight necilHrybIght peceasar peceasarheight Y
Think Hello It I a VulgarTb VuhnrThe Vulgar VuirarThe
Tb The women of Appleton WIs a place placeof plnceof plne plneof e
of about a 1 dozen thousand Inhabitantshave inhabitants inhabitantshave InbaultantlbaTe
have thought it nil over and are con convinced canIneed convinced ¬
vinced that hello as a tiI conversation conversationopener conYersationopener conversationopener
opener on the telephone to exceedinglvulgar exceedingly exceedinglyvulgar exceedinglyTnlrar y
vulgar They have pledged pld d themselves themselvesto thontselveto s
to stand by a crusade to stop top the use of oftlie orUe o othe t
the objectionable wordSyracusPoetStandard trord lfordSyracule lfordSyraculePOItStandard Syracuse SyracusePostStandard
PostStandard PostStandard1rlzoi POItStandardlrlzl1 PoetStandardlrizes
1rlzoi Far Wind lm1 Gnnge OangeAPrizes GnngePrlxes OcauJePrlzel
Prizes of HJOO 1 1900 > > OO f TBO O and Jind 5QO for forUio fortJlo fo fotho r
Uio best instruments to measure wind windpressure wJudpreuure win winpreasure d
pressure are offered oer by the tb IIambur IIamburafarine Hamburg HamburgMarine lIamburgIlrble g
Marine Ilrble Observatory to German an anforeign and andforeign Inl1f d
foreign f relru inventors The plans cUlt b bstot IJiI IJiIMDt hisent
sent in by April 1 1906 I IJ
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He bears a life that has a charm charmHe charmHe charmHe
He never seems to come to harm harmIn harmIn harmIn
In midst of murders suicides suicidesExplosions suicidesExplosions suicidesExplosions
Explosions wrecks and homicides homicidesHes homicidesHes homicidesHes
Hes always there th thereand reand and so he oughter oughterSame oughterSame ought or orSame
Same old ubiquitous reporter reporterNew reporterNew reporterNew
New York Sun SunSEES SunSEES SunSEES
You ought to be a good boy boyYes boyYes boyYes
Yes but if I was a good boy peopie peo peoplo poopIc >
plo wouldnt say how bright I am amIndianapolis amIndianapolis amIndianapolis
Indianapolis News NewsNEW NewsNEW NewsNEW
Mrs GadaboutThat Gadabout Gacl boutThat That Mrs Hard Hardhead Hardhead Hardhead ¬
head next door doesnt seem to have havemany hav havmallj haverunny
many friends friendsHostess friondsHOltess friendsHoQtess
Hostess wearily wearUyNo No I wonder wonderhow wonderhow wonderhow
how she manages ItTItBits itTltBitsLIMITATIONS it ItTItBitsUMIT TitBits TitBitsLIMITATIONS
lIidkiftDfd Midkiff Did you ever know a wo woman woman woman ¬
man who could keep a secret secretRorick secrotRorickYes secretRorickYes
Rorick RorickYes Yes but I never know onethat one onetfiat onet
that t at could keep It a secret secrctNew secrctNewYork secretNewYork New NewYork
York Sun SunTHE SunTHE SunTHE
I dont think Mr Bllggins is very veryoriginal veryorIginal veryoriginal
original in his conversation conversationHe conversationHe
He isnt answered Miss Cayenne CayenneThat CnyenneThat CayenneThat
That is where he shows his good goodjudgment goodjUdgment goodjudgmentWashington
judgmentWashington judgment Washington Star StarHOW StarHOW StarHOW
Teacher TeacherJohnny Johnny can you tell me meow
bow ow Iron was first discovered discoveredJohnny discoveredJOhnnyYetJ discoveredJohnnyYes
Johnny JOhnnyYetJ Yes sirWell sir sirWell sirWell
Well Just tell the class whatyour what whatyour whatyour
your information Is on the point pointI
I heard pa say yesterday that theysmelt they theysmelt theysmelt
smelt It ItLondon London Spare MomentsSPECIMENS Moments MomentsSPECIMENS MomentsSPECIMENS
Miss Singleton effusivelyOh effusivelyOhpapa effusively Oh Ohpapa h hpapa
papa is so good to me At every
birthday he presents me me e with some somepieces somepieces somepieces
pieces of jsweleryYoung jswelery JaweleryYoung jsweleryYoung
Young Archaeologist naively
Have you ouhave have you preserved someof some someof someof
of the earliest specimens specimensSing Sing Sing
Did you call that trust magnate magnateto
to the stand standI tand tandI
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conducting the investigation investigationI
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the Interest in the th caseHe case caseHe caseHe
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The drummer whose route tool toolhim toolthim taohhim <
him to the lumber districts of Maine Mainewent Mainowent Mainewent
went down to the breakfast table at atthe atthe atthe
the hotel one morning to find that the thechief thechief thechief
chief dish was to be scrambled oggs oggsThe oggsThe eggsThe
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a 3 long time after his order and finally finallyappeared finallyappeared finallyappeared
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the eggs were not quite fresh enough enoughto enoughto
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I dont believe that there is I such athing a athing athing
thing as a a Fool Killer in the world worlddeclared worlddeclared worlddeclared
declared Mrs Muggins IH the course courseof courseof courseof
of a family debate which had become becomesomewhat becomfllomewhat becomesomewhat
somewhat accrlmonlous accrlmonlousThe accrimonioulThe acerimonlousThe
The remark is rather Irrelevant tc tcthe tCthe tothe
the matter In hand remarked Mr MrMuggins NrMuUl plrMuggias
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grounds for your disbelief disbeliefWould dlibeI1efWould disbeliefWould
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thing as a tiI Fool Killer you would have havenever havenever havenever
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I want to tell you such a funny funnything funnsthing funnything
thing she said When I heard it 1 1laughed Jlaughed Ilaughed
laughed till I nearly died You know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the Fergusons have a new coachman coachmanWell coacbmanWell coachmanWell
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her mother wanted to make calls call so sothey IICthey
they told the coachman to get the thecoupe thecoupe
coupe ready and they made eight calls callsfrom callsCrom call callfrom a
from 1 oclock until 6 6I 5I t tI
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said Dear me I wish I could re remember remember
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large family of dolls one member o owhich 01 01which
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Joseph W V Colbert and family of ofPortsmouth ofPortsmouth ofPortsmouth
Portsmouth were notified by their Eng ¬
lish jsh lawyers that the Colbert familys familysshare familyshare familyslharc
share of the William Bradford estate estatewould estate1V0uid estatewould
would amount to between 730000 and andSIoooooo
SIoooooo 1000000 The entire estate is valued atI20oooooo at
120000000 the accumulation of a cen century century century ¬
tury and both American and English Englishlawyers Engli Englishlawyers h hlawyers
lawyers have for many years been at attempting attempting attempting ¬
tempting a settlement between the heirs heirsin heirsin heirsin
in this country and England a final com compromise compromise cornpromise ¬
promise having been effected The Col Colbert Colbert Colbert ¬
bert family are direct descendants of ofBradford ofBradford ofBradford
Bradford and James Bradford Stuart StuartColbert StuartColbcrt StuartColbcrt
Colbcrt a member of the family is a arelative arelathc arelative
relative of the late Confederate general generalJ
J E B Stuart William Bradford came cameover cctmeover cameover
over in the Mayflower in 1620 His Hiswife Hisvife Hiswife
wife who owned the estate died on the thevoyage thevoynge thevoyage
voyage The estate consists of realty inEngland in inEngland inEnghmd
England which has been increasing in invalue inalue in invalue
value Bradford succeeded Governor GovernorCarver GovernorCarver
Carver who was the first chief executive executiveof
of Plymouth colony and served 31 years yearsIt yearsIt yearsIt
It is stated by Gen George H Harris Harriscommanding Harriscommanding Harriscommanding
commanding the National Guard of theDistrict the theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia that his commandwill command commandII commandliIl
II L T t if ifmer
will again encamp at Leesburg this summer sum summer
mer for their annual meneuvcrs Thtofficers Th Thofficers Tht Thtofficers <
officers arc reported as saying that unless unlessother unlesothcr unlessother
other sections of the country within withinradius i iradius rradius
radius of 50 miles of Washington canpresent can canpresent ca caprcsent
present something out of the ordinarj ordinarjthe ordinarJthe ordinar ordinarthe
the guardsmen will pa pay Leesburg another anothetI0
10 days visit as in 1 1899 g and 1901 Tithealth The Thehealth Thehealth
health of the troops while in camp then thenwas thenwas therewas
was the best the water unexcelled anc anceverything anGeverything an aneverything
everything was made pleasant for tin tinsoldier thes01dier thtsoldier
soldier boys by the residents of the town townFire townFire townFire
Fire early the other morning destroyed destroyedtwo destroyedtwo destroyedtwo
two and badly damaged five buildings if ifthe ifthe it itthe
the heart of Norfolks business district districtThe districtThe districtThe
The fire started shortly after 6 oclociin ocloct ocloctin oclocin
in the building occupied by the VirginiaCandy Virginia VirginijCandy VirginiCandy
Candy Company The flames quichlj quichljspread quic quicspread quick
spread to MacDonalds restaurantthe restaurant r staurantthe w wthe
the north and to L P Roberts Robertsgro grcur grcuron gro groon l lon
on the south The latter bt buying fdtng wai waiwrecked wo wowrecked wiiwrecked
wrecked by a falling wall tThe The otherbuildings other otherbuildings othtruuildings
buildings were only olfghtly damagedThe damaged damagedThe damagedThe
The loss is about 50000 or 60000 60000which 60000V 60000which
which which V jch is furl full f U1 covered by insurance insurancejCharles instranceCharles insuranceCharles
jCharles Charles J Searcy Searc Searcy the now fanfluscriminal farrtVus farrtVuscriminal fan1ucriminal
criminal who assisted in the robbery robberyof robberyofa ofa ol ola
a train on the Richmond Fredericksburg Fredericksburgand
and Potomac Railroad seven years ago agowas agowa agowag
wag was wa released from the RTthmond peni penitentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tentiary and lost no time in disappearing
from that vicinity Searcy turned State Stateevidence Statevidence Staterevidence
evidence after his arrest and his accom accomplice accompliceMorganfieldwho accompliceMorganfieldwho ¬
plice pliceMorganfieldwho Morganficld who got a a longterm long longterm longterm
term on on his testimony has sworn tc tckill tckill tokill
kill him In dread of Morganfield who whois whois whois
is a desperate man Searcy will put a amany amany as asmany
many miles between them as possible possibleMr possibleMr possibleMr
Mr H T Hall committed suicide a ahis al alhis alhis
his home in the county several miles milesfrom milesfrom
from Danville near Chestnut Level DC DCclining Dedining
dining dinner on the plea that he was wasnot W39not 1
not hungry while the family were dining
he took a shotgun into the yard and dK dKcharged di dicharged dicharged
charged the contents into his own headThere head headThere headThere
There is no known cause for the act actother actother let letother
other than that life seemed to have lie Lecome liecome IJecome
come a burden to him He was becom becoming becoming becomfug ¬
ing infirm in body being bein in his sixty sixtyseventh sixtyseventh sixtyseventh
seventh year and unsound in mind andseemed and andseemed andseemed
seemed to crave death deathAt deathAt deathAt
At a a meeting of the citizens of Wash Washington 1Va Va h hin t tington ¬
ington in ton district in Westmoreland countyheld county countyheld countyheld
held for the purpose of discussing thd thdpublic thdpublic thepublic
public road question resolutions were wereadopted wereadopted wereadopted
adopted bearing on the subject and a apermanent apern1ancnt apermanent
permanent committee for the entire district dis district district ¬
trict was appointed to advise with tfa tfaauthorities th thauthorities thtauthorities
authorities as to the best method of en enforcing enforcing enforcing ¬
forcing contracts and in managing the theroads theroad theroads
roads roadsThe roadThe roadsThe
The Norfolk and Washington steamer steamerNewport steamtrNewport steamerNewport
Newport News and the Chesapeake Line Linesteamer Linesteamer Linesteamer
steamer Atlanta narrowly escaped a col collision colUsion collision ¬
lision in the Norfolk harbor Both vessels ves vessels vessel ¬
sels sel contended contendedfor for the starboard right of ofway ofway ofway
way and many cross whistles wereblon were wereblown wereblown
blown But for the fact that the At Atlanta Atlanta AtTanta ¬
lanta backed at full speed a disastrous disastrouscollision disastrouscollision
collision would have resultedThe resulted resultedThe resultedThe
The news of the formation of the theChesapeake theChesapeake
Chesapeake Navigation and Wharf Com Company Company Company ¬
pany of Baltimore has hascreated created a good gooddeal gooddeal I Ideal
deal of excitement in shipping circles in inNewport inNewport inNewport
Newport News as it is understood that thatit thatit thatit
it is aimed against the interests of Virginia Vir Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia ports Two years ago a similar similarcharter similarcharter similarcharter
charter was granted a Newport News Newscompany NewsCOmpf1l1Y Newscompany
company but was never used sed It will willbe willue 1 1be
be made use of should the Baltimore Baltimorecharter Baltimorecharter Baltimorecharter
charter be operated under and the Vir Virginia Virginil Virginia
ginia legislature will be appealed to for forsimilar forsimilar forsimilar
similar chartersJudge charters chartersJudge chartersJudge
Judge T W Harrison of Winchester Winchesterhas Winchesterha Winchesterhas
has ha granted a charter to the Winchester WinchestciNursery WinchesterNurer WinchesterNurser
Nurer Nursery Company The Th corporation ha hatie haa haa <
a capital cap ital stock of 50000 oooo It will begintle begin begint1e
tie culture of nursery stock on a large largescale largeIcale largescale
scale scaleAt scalei1t
At t Bristol W S Dobbins bronchi bronchiooo brotiShl brotiShlsuit broughtsuit
suit against the Evenin News for S
000 for alleged defamation of character characterThe characterThe characterrue
The exports from Norfolk for April Aprilamounted Aprimounted Apriiamounted
amounted to 446492 a considerable de decreate decreate decrease
create compared with previous months monthsRev monthsRev monthsRev
Rev Dr Joseph Packard dean of th thVirginia the
faculty of the rheologlcal Seminary Senii nary 01 01Virginia
Virginia died Saturday aged nearly 93 93yparf 9 9lIrs 9nyears
years yparfCapt lIrs lIrsCapt
yearsCapt Capt J H Waters Im h Iras announced
himself as an independent candidate for lorf or orMayor
Mayor f r of Staunton Stauntonincrease StauntonThe
The he American TOM Tobacco < < O Company wiii wiiincrease
increase the force in its cigarette cirreueJutor factory
in ganvill anville from 700 to 1500
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