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which the deni deuizees deniU denizeus
zeus of the place placei 11lacecame placecame
came into the offits of office
flee and pied the theIJt thetYlle
typo yP ° was some BomeM something something
thing rather ro ro2J lemarkable romarkablo
markablo Colo Colonel Colonel
nel Slocum expressed ex expressed exllresscd s
pressed the oplu opluion opiuion
ion that wo wooughter weoughter a
oughter glue it together togetherso so it wouldnt wouldntbe woul wouldntbe nt ntbe
be so durned touchy and wo 10 really reallygave reallygave reallygave
gave the suggestion serious attention attentionMr nttentionMr
Mr Milo Bush did not often disturb disturbtho disturbtho disturbtho l
tho typo but his conversational tits diaplays displl1Ys
plays were sometimes rather discon disconcerting disconcerting ¬
certing Wq were forced to bear the thobrunt thebruut
brunt of his numerous stories most uioatof mostelf mostof
of the older residents being immune iuimunofrom immunerom immunefrom
from rom many repetitions His idea ideaseemed ideaseomell ideaeeemetl
seemed to be that nothing no hiug was too toostiff toolUff
stiff lUff for us especially after he hadmade bad badnrndo hndmade
made a show of paying something on onLis on onhis
his subscription subsortptionau an adroit operation operationwhich opelahonwhich operationwhich i
which consisted in turning in a quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter with considerable flourish and bor borrowing borcowing ¬
rowing half a Ii dollar the next day dayOno clayOne 11 11One
One day after having performed performedthe perCormeJthe performedtho
the first part of this transaction he hedropped heelloppod hedropped
dropped both feet into the capacious capaciouswnsto capaciouswaste capaciouswast0
waste basket and told a II story of one oneHondershot oneHundershot
Hondershot a former more or less lessjnythical lessJlbical lessmythical i
mythical Jlbical resident of the town I had hodheard bndheard hadheard
heard other stories of Hendorshot Hendorshotfrom Hendorshotfrom Hendershotfrom
from both Mr Bush and Abner Block Blockmark Dlaokmark Blackmark ¬
mark and I am inclined to think that thatlie thatl1e thathe
lie at some time existedSVoll existed existedWell et stelt steltWell
Well now Ilendershot was all allright nllright
right said Mr Bush Dushon on the occasion occasioniu
in question fYou You know about Hen Henlorshot Hen1ershotHi Hen4erahotHi
1ershotHi < lorshot Hi Hondershot who used usedto usodto usedto
to run the Headquarters HeadqnartolslIotel Hotel Hendorshotyes Hen Hendorahot Hendershotyes ¬
dershotyes dorahot yes yes quite a 1 man Hendershot Hen Hondershot Hendershot ¬
dershot was Couldnt tell you all allAbout al1about allabout
About Hendorahot if I took too It a week oft oftWiuht oilWil4ht ofWisht
Wiuht I had all the muney I lent lentHendorshot lentHendershot lentHendershot
Hendershot and be heaved a sigh sighmeant sighmMnt sighmeant
meant to be pathetic as calmly as if ifho ifbe ifho
ho didnt know that I knew bo never neverlent 11081lent neverlent
lent any money to anybody in his life lifebut lifebut lifebut
but on tile contrary owed money to toevery toevery toevery
every man in town townKeckloss townBeckless townReckless
Reckless Hendershot was with withliiii withMil withhid
liiii money Bet on some fool thing thingor thingr thingor
or r give it away or lose it or anything anythingHadnt anythingHalut anythingHadnt
Hadnt thought of o Hendershot for a adogs adows adogs
dogs age till last night when I was a areading alolllHng areading
reading that item in your paper about aboutthe aboutt aboutthe
the t e hens egg old Deacon Brown Brownfetched Browufotched Brownfetched
fetched you eight inches in diameter diameterThe dinmetelITheegg diameterlThe
ITheegg lThe The egg vas eight inches in circninference circum circumference circumferenoe ¬ I
ference but Mr Bush never recog recoguizod rt recognizetl o onholl
uizod such minor points of mere fact factMado faot1Iado I Illlado
Mado me think of Heudernhots He derHhots old oldspeoklod oldspeoklud oldspeckled
speckled ben Everlasting Everlast Everlasting Everlastlug ¬
ing Hills was her full name cause she sheot shesot shesat
sot ot just like em or moro so More Moreso Moreso Moreso
so I reckon cause a yeartkquake yeartkquakewill yearthquakowill
will wreck a hill hillu a good deal but it itcouldnt itcuuldnt itcouldnt
couldnt never move that old hen heuShe henSile henShe
She never spent any time laying oggs oggslike oggslilte eggslike
like tho Deacons nor no other size sizenot sizenot sizenot
not so fur as I ever beard Her ob object object ohject ¬
ject in life was aettingShe setting settingSho RettlngSho
Sho preferred eggs to set on but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when they want handy wasnt above aboveanything abovonnytbinJ aboveanything
anything else Next to real eggs of ofcourse ofourse ofcourse
course shed take artificial ones onesthose onestheso onesthese
those here china uestegRs Seemed Seemedio Seomedto Seemedto
to get more satisfaction out of oui ouithan emthau cmthan
than she could out of corncobs or a apiece IIpieoe apiece
piece of chalk or a brickbat Next Noxtto Nextto Nextto
to porcelain eggs she cottoned to door doorknobs dOOlknobs doorknobs ¬
knobs white fast brindle if she shecouldnt shecouldnt shecouldnt
couldnt get white Preferred em on onthe ontha onthe
the ground but if necessary could couldfly eOl1I1l1y conidfly
fly up and make the attempt to batch batchem hatohem hatchem
em out right on the door bracing one onefoot onefoot onefoot
foot on the key nndsqunwkiog and squawking a good gooddeal Ioodlenl gooddeal
deal < down in her throat if anybody anybodyopened anybodyopen anybodyopened
opened open ell the door Powerful Powe1 nl hand to togo togo togo
go Quawk quawk qllawkjullt just like that thatway thatway thatway
way down in her throat if she was wasdisturbed wa9t1istnrbed wasdisturbed
disturbed when she was setting settingHopped settingHOPlled settingHopped I
Hopped on to the back platform of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the passenger train tln ll one day and sot sotdown AOtclown sotdown
down on the bright head of A bolt boltBeen boltSeen boltSeen
Seen her mistake at tho section sta station stntion station ¬
tion down and come buck on the thefreight thefreight thefreight
freight setting on a chunk of coal in iuthe inthe inthe
the tender Cyclone blowed away the thoooop theJoop thecop
ooop one day but old Everlasting just justfroze jnstfroze justfroze
froze to the ground gran Utl and kept the thebroken thebroken thebroken
broken teacup she was setting seUill on safe nafeand flafenUllwaln1 safeand
and nUllwaln1 warm Most of the feathers had hadbeou hadbeon hadbeen
been snaked off by the force of the thowind thevind thewind
wind but when old Houderahot went wentout wenLJut wentcut
out Jut tickled half to death to see her herthere helthele herthere
there and tried to pat heron thoback thobackBUO tho thebacicj bncl bnclshe
j she BUO just squawked down in her throat throatand throataml throatanti
and snatched a dab at his hand which whichdraw whichdrew whichdrew
drew the blood Gamiest hen in the theTerritory theferritory therorritory
Territory if a biliug volcaner had hadbust hallbust badbust
bust out in the baok yard shed shean a blis blistered blistered blisterod ¬
tered her feet setting on the stones it ithove itlove ithove
hove love up upBut upDut upBut
But tile old lion wasnt such a ablamed ablamed ablamed
blamed fool after all When she had badsot hadsot hadsot
sot on anything three weeks without withoutresults withontresults withoutresults
results she began to get suaptoiousand suspicious suspiciousaud suspioiousaud
t aud to sort o look hard with one oyo oyofore oyofore
fore she got back on the nest Then Thenwhen Thenwhen lhenvhen
when another week was up sho would wouldjust wouhljust wouldf
f just light out and leave whatever whate er it itwas itliS itwas
was liS and look around for something somethinglse somethingclse somethingolse
clse < lse Her judgment was bad badon on mak making making making ¬
ing lust choice but she knowed when whenshed wheushell whenshed
shed got enough enoughWell enoughWell enoughWell
Well it run along till that hen henhad henhad henhad
had sot on just about everything in insight insight insight
sight and sho was getting pretty prettyhard prettybanI prettyf
hard up for setting material One Oneday Oneday Oneany
f day Hendershot was in the billiard billiardroom billiardloom billiardroom
room having a game with Judge JudgeLon JudgeLon JudgeLongsdorf
Lon Longsdorf adorf and he was nursing a the theballa thoballlJ thebells
balla gentle entlo liko down along the rail railinto railinto railinto
into one corner when suddenly suddenl that thatold thatoM thatold
old critter of a speckled hen up and andUev and11e andlies
lies 11e into the winder with two squawks squawksnnd squawksnnd squawksand
nnd forty clucks snatched a dab dabat at atthe attheonc the theone theone
one and just gathered thorn four balls ballsunder
1 under her wing and lot ot down on em emnJ emnll emnd
nJ closed her eyes peaceful and bo botm lIeann beran 1
ann tm to breathe deeu and steady stea y as nsi
i < IJo
much as to say Vuank heaving at atlast atheat
last I am rowardedlVoll rowardedl rewarded1Well rowardedlWell
Well at fast Heuderahot was wasplumb wasplumb wasplumb
plumb bent Then says ho Boys Boysdont Daysdont Boysdont
dont teoh her herl Give tho hen a aohauce aohfncol aclausal
clausal Dot you she never stirs for forfour
weeks cept once n day to get a nbite abite
bite to eat Hendershot bo couldnt couldntbe couldntbe
be satisfied and kept walking around aroundthe aroundthe
the hen and an trying to rig up some somescheme somecheme
scheme to got a bet on her Ollaratifive Offered Offeredfive
five to ono on her agin any nnyothelhel1 nnyothelhel1aUll auyother other ben benand liennd
and nd said the other mau might provide providebis 11rovhlehis provideis
his h is hen with a regular neat and china cbiuaeggs chiuaeggs chinaeggs
eggs Said hed put Everlasting ngin nginany agiaany
any other two hens tho others to fol follow follow folow ¬
low ow each other Finally offered to tobet tolot
bet that the fowl would hatch out the tbobilliard thobilliard theilliard
billiard b balls red and white ivory ivorychickens ior1chickens
chickens c but everybody fit shy of ofovon ofven
ovon o ven this offer cause nobody knowed knowedwhat lcaowedwhat
what the old sprccklcd thing couldnt couldntdo couldntdo couldntdn
do Finally I inally ho give up and said saidhed saidhed
hed just mako an exhibition sot of it itand itull
and n ull chalked down the date ou the thewall thewall
wall and told strangers who dropped droppedin
in n that it was a grand sot agile time timean timenn timean
an attempt to lower the worlds leo rooord ice iceore
Old under the auspices of the Inter International Interational ¬
n national Setting Hen Association AasoatntionAlong AssociationAlong
Along toward night whon Hen Hendershot Hendershot
dershot was standing and admiring admiringber admiringher
her aud pointing out that she badut badutmoved hadntmoved
moved a feather since she sot down downin downin downn
in n come a sandyhaired feller with a ared Qrell arod
red face and wearing earln one of these theseforoandaft tbeseforeaUllaft thesefore
fore foroandaft aud aft caps and fuuuylooking fuuuylookingclothes funnylookingclothes
clothes generally and squinted his hiseyes hisoyes
oyes around and seen the hen aud audsaid aUlleaid autlsaid
said the lathe fellerOb fel1orOh
1 Oh I say says he just like likethat likethatoh likehatoh
that thatoh t oh I say you know whats wbatsthe whatsthe whatsthe
the bloomin bird on the table for forShes lorI torShes
I Shes a setting on four billiard billiardballs hillinrdbaUs billiardballs
balls answers Houderskot proud as asLucifer asLucifer asLucifer
Lucifer LuciferExtraordinary LuciferExtraordinary LuciferExtraordinary
Extraordinary by jove says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the feller does lloG she think she can canhatch ennhatoh canharsh
hatch em emThats emThnll1 amThats
Thats her ijee And An I dont dontknow dontknow dontknots
know but she might mightyou you hear Tot not Iany I Isay Isay
say Bays Houdershot t swelling up upwith U11with upwith
with prideOh pride prideOh IIlhtoOb
Oh I nay now shell soon get gettired gettiretl gettired
tired of thut you kuow Hens cant cautbutch canthutoh canthatch
butch out billiard balls ballsBat bnllsI ballsBet
I Bet you twentyfive dollars sue suekeeps alto IIhekeeps altokeeps
keeps trying for three weeks anyhow anyhowanswers anyllOwanswers anyhowanswers
answers Huuderahot HuuderahotIll Hanl1ershotIll IieutlerahotIll
Ill go you ou that says tho fel feller Iollel follea ¬
lea lelI
I Bet you fifty fifty dollars she keeps keepsat
at it tho fourth week < says Header Headershot IfendOl IfendOlI Ieudershot
shot shotI
I Go you again II fill says ays the feller fellerBet fellerIDet fellerIBetyon
IDet IBetyon Bet you a 1 hundred she holds out outtho antthe outthe
the fifth week eek keeps on Hendershot Hendershotgetting Hendershotgettin Hendershotsetting
getting I excited excitedTake excitedfako excitedTake
Take that too comes back the thefeller thefeller thefeller
All Ildght right said Hendershot put putup putup puttip
up your money moneyOh moneJOh moneyOhm
Oh I say Im not used to that thatyou tl1otou thatyou
you ou know Dont do that way in inEugland inEnJiland inEngland
England my dear sir Were gentle gentlemen gentlemenIll gentlemenIll
men menIll Ill just record it in my betting bettingbook bethngbook bettingbook
book you know and he pulls 11l1s out a asmall nsl ashall
small sl shall all book and aUlllooks looks along down tho thopage thepage thopage
page and sort o begins reading to his hisself bisself hi hisett
self like this His Igbness fifty fiftyguineas fiftygnineas fiftygruinous
guineas on the sweepstake Juke of ofSlackwater ofSluckwater ofSlackwater
Slackwater a pony on the GoodwoodClip Goodwood Goodwoodcup Goodwoodcnp
cup Lady Biak box hoxo o gloves and andthen 111111then andthen
then ho scratched down something somethingsaying somothingsaying somethingsaying
saying Landlord 175 on hen henWell henWell henWell
Well Hondersbot he caught right righton
on and ho wasnt to bo outdone so HOsays soAt1ys sosays
says ho Of course thats all right my mylojcl myIOlil mylordboth
lojcl lordboth both gentlemen certainly certainlyIll celtainlyIll certainly1II
Ill Just put it down in my betting bettingv hettingIInd bettingend
v = ii end ml he dragged out a copy of ofthe ofthe oftime
the Brnlth Patent Pill Companys CompanysFarmers COlUpllnysFarmen CompanysFarmers
Farmers aud Mechanics Account AccountHook Acoonntliook Accounthook
Hook and runs nits his finger down the thona thepaa
pl11 na sort Olt o talking to hissolf hisselflhe hisselflhefiro hisselfThefiro The TheJ I
> J r firo hundred on boss trot trotChief trotOhief trotObief
Chief Justice Supreme ullreme Court sto 10 on ondog ondog
dog fight and then he scratched clown clownolishD1l1n downglisbman
2 gliBhman 175 17 on Everlast Everlasting Ererlastlng Everlastmug ¬
mug WHIS rlmmsThou WHISThou IllS IllSfhon
Thou says the fellow Im out on ona ona ona
a little hunting trip tripthink think Ill just juststay justfilny justslay
stay at your r ur house Well lender Hcndorshot HenderI1I10t lendershot
shot was tickled to havo him and audput nnl1pnt andput
put him in the best room in the thehouse thehonse thelouse
house and cave orders that nothing nothingwas
was too good good for him And ho was wasjust wnsjnst wasjust
just the kind that tbatlmowed knowed good things thingsund thingaIIlHIlJe thingsand
und IIlHIlJe lie went right 1 ght in aud made bin binself hlnself hitsself
self at homo Iwmohall had extra grub every everymeal eroryIncal everymoat
meal lively teams each day to go out outlimiting outhuuting ou ouhunting t
limiting perabrie chickens chick one end all allthat allthnt allthat
that kind o thing and run up a bill billlike billliko billlike
like the national debt But Houder iIendershot Houdershot Hendershot
shot was tickled to death over it and andused audused aUIlusel
used usel to spend half his time talking talkingwith talleingwith talkingwith
with the feller bout the Jukes andthings and andthings aUllthings
things he knowed in England EnglandAud Englanl1And EnglandAnd
And old Everlasting just sot onThey on onThey onfhey
They left the winder open so she could couldget coulllget couldget
get out when she wanted to It was wasalways wnsalways wasalways
always her way to hop oft the nest nestjust nectjust nCltjust
just at sunrise every morning and uudhustle nudhustle andhustle
hustle around and pick up a handful or ortwo ortwoof ortwoofgravel
two twoof twoofgravel of gravel and beback be back uaokun onin on in ten min miumites minutes minutos ¬
mites Every morning before breakfast break breakfast breakfast ¬
fast Hendershot took a look at her heraud heraUll111uing lieand
and aUll111uing during the day ho had an eye on onher onher onher
her moat of the time Fenced off that thatcorner ihatcornel thatcorner
corner of the room so that she showouldnt shewouldnt shewouldnt
wouldnt be disturbed and put up a ashado ashade 1shade
shade sos the light wouldnt hurt her hereyes bereyes hereyes
eyes eyesWell Well at the end of three weeks weeksHenderahot weeksHendershot weeksHendershot
Hendershot couldnt hardly contain containhiaself containhi containliisself
hiaself hi seIf cause hed won on the first betThats bet botThats betThats
Thats agin me pon my honor honorsays honorsays honorsays
says the Britisher noting it down in iuhis inhis inhis
his book but Ill win on the next nextweeks nextweeks nextweeks
weeks and he give his bill another anotherhist anotherhist anotherhIst
hist Once Hendershot presented presentedhis
his bill but the Britisher waved it itaway itaway i iaway t
away sort ogracefnl and said hed fix fixit Hxit fixit
it when they settled tho bets Thatsall Thats Thatsall
all right my lord says sly HendershotAll Hendershot HendershotAll HendelshotAll
All gentlemen you know and the thoBritisher theDriH theBrittsher
Britisher DriH her boosted boos cd his J8 livery liver bill again
When the fourth week ended the thehen thehen
I hen was still setting right along andthe and andthe d dthe
the Englishman Emiglish nan owned up beat attm attmSame dgiu dgiuS tgin tginSumo
Same S me way wtiy at tile end of ofthofitt6 ofthofitt6week thollfth thollfthweek thollftliweek
week Hondorshot was so < tickled tickledthat tioklellthat tickledthat
that he couldnt hardly talk But Dutsay I Isay Isay
say you ought to give me a chance ohancafor ohancefor chancefor
for my revenge says the Britisher Britishergo Dritisherj Dritisherjgo
go you another week for two hun hundred hunlhed bunshed ¬
shed All right1 right says Hendorahot HendorahotAud HendtrAhotAn HendersbotAnd
And An ho won agin Ill bo hanged il ithe ilho ifho
ho didnt Donblo the bet and you yougo YOngo yougo
go I agin says the Englishman Brit British 13rhish Jlritish
ish pluck you know knownover uover say die dieHcudarabot 1110Hcnl1ershot dieHendershot
Hcudarabot agreed with some re remark r rmnrk rpmark ¬
mark about the American Amc1 cnn eagle Tall Tallyou Tallyou Tellyou
you what says bo to Judge Longs Longsdorf Loug1doll Leugsdorf
dorf I old old Everlasting is just making makingtbo makif1Qtho rnnklnpthe
the I set of her life Its the billiard billiardballs bi11inrdballs billtartlballs
balls 1 being so natural you see Being Be Being Deing ¬
i ing used to corncobs and chunks ol olbricks 01brlcks ofbricks
bricks I so long that n billiard ball gives givesher f3hc f3hcher givesher
her J now hope Ill go o him ana moreweek more moreweek l1ioroweek
week at 800 if she holds out and nUl1holI nUl1holIdo hell helldoit hell helldo
doit do it
doitWell itWeU
Well she held out all right rightenough righienough 1 ght ghteuough
enough j aud the Britisher was wl1srQ1dy wl1srQ1dyto readyto ready readyto
to try it again England expect expectevery oxpellbevery expeots expeotsevery
every I man to do his duty aya say says ho heThere hoThere hoThero
There you are Mr Landlord LandlordThe Lnndlort1lhe LandlordThe
The eighth week was up at font fouioclock toUloclock fontoclock
oclock j a 1 Thursday afternoon nfteruoonan nfteruoonantheyd vand vandtheyd and andtheyd
theyd I agreed that it was to be the thelast tilelast thelast
last A few minutes before four foulHen foulHendershot Hen Hendersliot Henderehot
dersliot I was walking about prettynervous pretty prettynervous prettynervous
nervous I with one eye on old Ever Everlasting Ererlasling Everlasting
lasting I
Shes agoing to do it says he heShe heSho heShe
She nint moved a feather Shoe Sho1right Shoeright Shoeright
right 1 there Shes awinning a money monojfor mO moneyfor OJ OJfor
for j me Tonight Ill give her a 1 ngsl ngsland njlnnd nesland
and I thirteen eggs as her reward Yes Yessir Yessir Yessir
sir I thirteen genyooine eggs you un tinderstaudeggs understand un110rstaudctgs ¬
derstand I 110rstaudctgs eggs that will hatch She1 She1the ShOf ShOfthe Shasthe
the I greatest fowl in the United StatesIll States StatesIll StatesIll
Ill back old Everlasting Hills again aginthe agiDthe againthe
the world world1Juat worldJust worldJust
Just then in walks the clerk and andsays nndsays andsays
says i he That Englishman loft on the theouo theone theone
one I oclock train Did ho pay his hisbill hi hibill biebill
Great beeswax tio yells Hon lIanderahot Hondershot Hellc1ershot
dershot Two hundred hun red dollars it ilits itIts itIts
its a cent Nor the bet neitberl You Youblamed Youulamel Youblamed
blamed old speckled fraud and he bereaches hereaohes heroaches
reaches over and gives the ben a poke pokewith pokewith pokewith
with tho billiard cue and she rollsover rolls rollsover lolleover
over with her feet up upThou 11pThen upThen
Then Judge Longsdorf picks hoi hoiup h01up hemup
up and she e didnt weigh more that thatsix thatsix thatsix
six ounces Why sage he aboj abojgot ahetgot sheigot
got glass oyes and wire in hetfueok hetfueokThat hel herneckrliat neok neokfhat
That feller must a been a taxider taxidermist tuidOllUist taxtdormist ¬
mist and stuffed her about four week weekago weakngol weeksagol
ago ngol
agoWell Well when Honderskot couldstand could couldstand conl conlstand
stand up without help he said seine aotuethiuga somothingsnlso seinethings
things thingsnlso also withouthelpbut without help helpbut but there thereno theres theresno
no use of my telling you what thej thejwas theJWIlS the thewas
was cause they wasnt things you youcould youcoultl youcould
could print in your paper and theres theresno there thereno
no sense in your bothering with thing thingyou thingfyou thingsyou
you cant use Just go ahead aud audmako aullmake nudmake
make au editorial of this and draw a amoral nmoral amoral
moral on the sinfulness of betting il ityon ilyou iIyou
you want to which Ive always saidit said saidit saidit
it was ever since I bet agin my ownhogs own ownboss OWDboss
boss and the critter got soared and andruu andlUU andrun
run ruu away and come inteu in ten rods ahead nUeadwhich aheadJ aheadJwhich aheadwhich
which Ill tell you about some oHioi oHioitimo ohottime othmtime
time and he wAnt out and left m mto me meto meto <
to finish the article I was writing writingurging writing11r writingUrging
urging 11r iug people to dig deeper cyclone cyclonecollars oyclonecelllllsSaturllay cyclonecellarsSaturday
collars celllllsSaturllay Saturday Evening Evenin Post PostSOUTHERN PostSOUTHERN PostSOUTHERN
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The beginning of the manufacture manufactureof
of steel at Busboy near Birmingham BirminghamAla
Ala recently is a striking and impor important impOltant importaut ¬
tant fact of great significance foi foiSouthern fOISouthern forSouthern
Southern industry Three furnace furnacesout furnacenut furnncefout
out of the ten that have been under undeicoustructiou undelconstruction underconstruction
construction began to make steel on onThanksgiving onlhanksgiving onihauksgiving
Thanksgiving Day aud the other seven sevenare seVODale sevenare
are soon to be in operation Where Wherepigiron WherelIii1on Wherepig
pig pigiron iron can bo made most cheaply cheaplyeteel ohoaillysteel cheaplysteel
steel also can be made at least cost sc scthat scthat acthat
that we are now witnessing tho first firststeps lilststeps firststeps
steps of a 1 movement movemeatthat that means means a vast vastdevelopment vas vastdevelopment I Ideyelopment
developmentHitherto development developmentHitherto deyelopmentHithedo
Hitherto the South has been pro proilueiug prol1uoing proclueing
clueing pig for sale to steelmakers iu iutho intbe tothe
the North Much r oh pig l > i has also been beeni beenexported
exported to England and other coun conntries countries countrl ¬
tries trl lI The significance of the eventat even evenat event eventat
at Ensley is that it points to a time tiuiinot timtnot timenot
not far ar distant when steel stoellnils rails armor armoifor almOIfor armorfor
for warships steel ships tinplate tinplatestructural tinplntoItrnctl1ral tinplatestructural
structural shapes etc will bo Southcrn South Southern SOl1thorn ¬
ern products Other stoelrnukiuj stoelrnukiujplants steelmlkinplants steelmakiul steelmakiulplants
plants are already nlread we are le told iu iucontemplation iuoontomplation incontemplation
contemplation anti andsovcral several rolling mill milliare millBre milhiare
are buildingLow building buildingLow buildingLow
Low cost of production is nowadays nowadaysthe nowadaytho nownl1aYfthe
the controlling factor in the location locatiouof
of new industries It is the breezi breeztthat breezithat breezlthat
that watts the cotton manufacturing mannfnctu1 mmnnnfacturinfIndustry n n1ndnshy
Industry Industry slowly BlolVl from New England I ngland to tothe to tothe tothe
the Carolinas Carol 1l19 It is the beginningthat beginning beginningthat beginninljthat
that is difficult After the first cot cotton cotton
ton mills bad shown the way to suc success suocesa success ¬
cess others followed followerlln iu quick succes succession suooessian suecossion ¬
sion So it may be expected tho sue success suoccsa suecess ¬
cess of steel making at Ensley will willhavo withavo wifhave
havo large results lsultsBaIUmore Baltimore SunAgrleultere Sun SunAgriculture SunIIlcnlturo
Agriculture In the III lllondykeBitch Kloinlyke KloinlykeSuch JClondkeSnoh
Such of us as regard tho Klondyki Klondykias
as a cheerless arid waste of ice an artanrprised ansurprised Ir IrIurprisollat
surprised Iurprisollat at tho statement of a rosi rosident rosident restdeft
dent of Dawson City Bent to Wash Washington WushinGton Washin
ington in ten by Vioo Consul Morrison MorrisonGrain Morrisonrain Iorris n nGrain
Grain rain has done exceptionally welland well wellaud wollnnd
and I see no reason why wh it should nol 1101bo notbe nolbo
bo extensively and on successfully growl growlbore growlhore growshere
bore I seo no reason why this COlin conntry COlintry cottatry
try should not bo able to produce its itsown itsOIVU itsown
own vegetables and grains The sue suecesa suocess
cess I havo had with llowers proves provesthat provesthat provesthat
that all hardy annuals will do well wellTho welllhe wellThe
The coming year I intend plantingseveral planting plantingseveral plantinaseveral
several hundred hybrid roses alas alsasummer alslsummor alassummer
summer flowering bulbs a large variety varietjof vnriet vnrietof
of other hardy and halfhardy an anmials an11uals anuuals
mials and some of the hardy peren perennials llerennlals perenufals ¬
nials Small fruits such as straw strawberries strawberriell strawberries ¬
berries currants blackberries blaokber1 es andraspberries and andraspberries andrnspherl
raspberries rnspherl es should do dowel well Currants Currantsraspberries Cnrrants1nspberries Currantsraspberries
raspberries cranberries strawberries strawberriesand strawberrieand ah awberriet awberrietand
and blueberries grow wild hero heroYictor4Smitb hereYiotorSmith heroin
Yictor4Smitb in Now Ycrk Press PressItneri ft ftJluors
Itneri Hnvo Plenty of Ammunition AmmunitionThe Amlllunltlonrhe Atmnunltlon AtmnunltlonThe
The quantity of ammunition stored storedin storel storelin storedin
in the Transvaal is absolutely colos colossal colossal colossal ¬
sal and would suffice for ten years yearswar yenraWIU yearswar
war even at the t4t1I1esont present rate rnteof of usage U8 gO I IC
C <
nutlneti nnlln nusiae Itulei Vor For the tho th Guidance d tdance of HU HUClerk DI DIJlnke rileUlerk
Clerk UlerkWhen ClerkWhen JlnkeWhonJohn
When WhonJohn John 1 Blair who tiled ro rocently roo roocen tocently
cently cen ly worth orth from 350000000 850 ODD 000 to S70 70
000000 and who is said to havo owned ownedin ownedin ownedin
in the course of his ninety odd years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of life more railroads and also moreland more morelaud moreland
land thau any other private individual individualin
in the world kept a II country store at atGravel atGlavcl atGravcl
Gravel Hill now Blairstown in New NewJersey NewJersoy NowJersey
Jersey in 1831 he employed two twoclerks twoolerks twoclerks
clerks Ho had then been in business businessfor ul1sinessfOl businessfor
for himself eleven years Ho had set setup setup setnp
up for himself before be was VIS eighteen eighteenyears olghteenyenrs eighteenyears
years old oldFor ohIl oldFor
For l or his two clerks ho wrote roto out a asot asot
I Isot
sot of rules The original in Mr MrBlairs MrBlairs I IDlnirs
Blairs handwriting was given by the tholata thelato thelata
lata Charles D Vail to William 0 0Howell OHowell 0Howell
Howell who has had it in his posses possession possession possesstoa ¬
sion for forty years The reward of
5 referred to in tho rules was claimed claimedby cllimedby claimedby
by Aaron H Kesoy then ono of Mr MrBlairs MrDlairs MrBlairs
Blairs two clerks The document is isas isI1S isas
as follows followanULns followsntUiKs ollowsnUlIRS
ntUiKs A t nnaniiATioNs S TO nn OBSERVED OBSERVEDD onS onsanvimDT nED nEDDY
1st Tho TheStorehouse Storehouse and the Goods Goodsin Goodsin Goodsin
in tho same lIameto to bo kept in tho most moatperfect mostporfect mostperfect
perfect order Nothing to bo per permitted permittell perwitted ¬
witted to Lie in a Slovenly manner mannerabout mannerabout mannerabout
about the floor Neither clothes clothesshoos cloth clothesshoes os osShOOll
shoos Goods or any other article article2nd article2nd article2nd
2nd No article of Goods cloth clothing olothing clothing
ing or any other matter to be made madeuse mndouse madeuse
use of unnecessarily But iu the tbomost thomost themost
most prudent and anellespcctnblo respectable manner mannerThis mnnnerThis mannerPhis
This is a matter mattorworthy worthy to bo observed observedand observodnnll observedand
and Lived up to as carelessness and andNegligence IIUllN andNegligence
Negligence N is the ruin of all Business Businessand Dusinessantl Businessand
and this particular abovo all others othersought othersougbt othersought
ought to be most striotly and anll1 pru prudently prudently > ru rudentlyobllelved ¬
dently dentlyobllelved observed in order to make mnkelIolohllnt a aMerchant aMerchant
Merchant or any other good Citizen CitizenUnless CitizenUnless CitizenUnless
Unless this Principle the most im important importnnt tmportant ¬
portant of ofall all is islivod lived up to it is use useless uselalla useloss ¬
less to undortaka any nnyDusinoss Business what whatoverj whltoyer whatevert
overj oyer with the Idea of Making a Liv Living Living Living ¬
ing And any person who does not notlive nothve notlive
live up to this Bulo of conduct loses losesmy losesmy losesmy
my confidence confidence3rd confidence3rd confidence3rd
3rd Every article of store Goods Goodsto Goolhto Goodsto
to bo kept in their place in the most mostrespectable mostrcspectable mostrespectable
respectable anti neatest manner and andordeV Bndorelm antiordat
ordeV ordeV1th
4th 1th th Tho Books arc to bo kept keptposted Iep Iepposted keptposted
posted Up by the head clark and amievery 111111every andevery
every item examined by tile first andsecond and andsecond 111111socolll1
second clerk the theChalgefl Charges and post postage potng vohtago ¬
age ng thereof that iu no case mistake mistakecan mistokocan mistakecan
can be found Which if so done donewill donewill < 10110will
will give ive our business a character characterworthy oharacterworthy characterworthyof
worthy worthyof of notice and Appreciated by byour byour
our customers and ourselves6th ourselves ourselvesCth oursolvcs5th
Cth I cannot allow my clerks to toassociate tonssootato toassociato
associate too much mIlch with loose and im immoral immoral ¬ I
moral characters nor Frequent tho thoTavorus thoTaverns I
Taverns Neither do I wish them to toscufllo toscuffle I Isoume
scuffle or wrestle with such but pride pridothemselves p1idothemselves pridethomselyes
themselves abovo this as no good can canresult oanresult canresult
result from it but a Great Injury it itwill itwill itwill
will bring brin on them such as slothful slothfulneas slotl1ulness slothfulness
ness and lounging about tho storo storoAnd storoAnd storoAnd
And those hose characters will take many manyprivileges manyprivileRcs manyprivileges
privileges in my absence which would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give uneasiness0th uneasiness uneasinessCth unellsinelsOth
Cth I wish my clerks on the Sabbathtogo Sab SabbftthJo Snbb
bftthJo b bathtogo lJogo go Regular to church This Thisiaa Thisisa I
iaa good principle It sots a good goodexample Roollexample goodexample
example to others if they should not notbo notbe notbe
be immediately imme iately benefited by it
7 Never permit yourself to use useseven UAesevcnbroom8 useseven
seven sevcnbroom8 brooms to sweep the house with withneither withnoithel withneither
neither fivo bliokeys to keep water in inand inanll inand
and other like likeextravaglluces extravagatices in pro proportion llroporhon proportion ¬
portion Those principles of extrava extravagance eitlBvngance estrnvaganceare ¬
gance ganceare are disgusting and would ruin ruinany ruil1any ruinany
any man in duo time Can you think thinkit thinkit thinkIt
it looks better or why is it done done8th done8th done8th
8th The Great Principles P llciples of trade tradoare trallQale tradeare
are theso and must be observed o selvoil by byany byany byany
any person going into business or orcarrying 01oallylng orcarrying
carrying on same which are Do Bostriotly Dostrictly Dostrictly
strictly attentive always to your busi business bmisiness ¬ i inesa
ness Be Punctual iu all alllInUers Matters Bo Bocareful Boonrefnlnntl Becareful
careful onrefnlnntl und economizing in all things thingsMake thillRRiIake thingsMake
Make the best of all things you have haveWatch hnveintoh haveVatch
Watch tho situation of your accountsStrictly accounts accountsStriotly IlCOuntflStriotly
Striotly attend to your collections collectionsmoderately eolleetiollsmodorntely collectionsmoderately
moderately pressing llle slng tho debtor when whenho WhOI1he whenhe
he has funds fun s that you know of If Ifdunned Ifdannad
dunned 11 nnetl in due form you generally generallysucceed generallysucoeed generallysucceed
succeed Always know the Situation Situationof
of your own Affairs Avoid riding or orgoing 01going orgoing
going to any place whoro you have no nobusiness nobusiness nobusiness
business It is always bettor to at attend ItteUll attend
tend to your business If you con contract eontraot contract ¬
tract debts ebts look ahead and make cal calculations caloulations caloulations ¬
oulations to pay them them88yA themA themAiA
AiA 88yA A decent careful prudent prudentman 11rndEntman prudentman
man will appear much bettor in n nHemp nHemp nhemp
Hemp Suit than a slovenly careless carelessfop carelessfop carelessfop
fop in a Silk Suit SuitN SidtN SnitN
N B B The clerk best complying complyingwith complyingwith I Iwith
with the above rules shall be paid on ontho onthe
the first of next April five dollars andif and andif anltif I
if both livo up to it five dollars each eachwith eaohwith eachwith
with my good will willN willN willN
N B Always Al ways consider considerthatyouaro considerthatyouarotIoing that you are aroiloiug aredoing
doing business for yourselves when whenyou whenyou whenyou
you do my business If you livo up upto upo upto
to o the Rules laid down I will make makemen makemen makemen
men of you and it will make men ol olyourselves 01youroel ofyourselves
yourselves youroel ves All that I can c Co o for yon yonwould youwould 011 011woull
would be of no Service if you dont dontcomply dontcomply dontcomply
comply with my rules and follow my myadvice myal1vloe myadvice
adviceIf advice adviceIf al1vloeIf
If you pursue tho course I have havolaid hnvolaid haveLaid
laid down all will bo safe anti I shall Bhnlll Bhnlllhave i ihave i ihavo
have tho pleasure of keeping good ua uatnrod Datilted tinturod
tilted but if not all will be confusion confusionand confusionanl confusionand
and I must Eternally find fault faultA
A Ierlimtetlc London Church ChurchSt ChurchSt ChurchSt
St Bartholomews Church Moot MootLaue lIoolLan MootLane
Lane Lan is onco more on tho move moveAmong moveAmong moveAmong
Among ecclesiastical ccelesln ticnl establishments establishmentsit
it is a regular vagrant but ut unlike unlikemost nnll6m09 unlikemoss
most m09 rolling stones it has gathered a agood ngool agood
good deal of moss in tho way ay of en endowment endowment endowmont ¬
dowment Originally this ambulant ambulantbuildbig ambnlnntbuild ambulantbuildjyig
buildbig build g stood on the site of the Sun Suninsurance SunInsurnqco Suniusurauce
insurance office am eo but having no parishioners par parishioners paliahJollerll ¬
ishioners was bodily mood to its itspresent itspresent itspresent
present position about fifty years ago agoNow agoNow agoNow
Now it is to be demolished once more moroand moreanll moreand
and roercoted stono by stone in insomo insome insome
some populous suburb St Barthol Bartholomew Dartholomow Bartholomew ¬
omew the Wanderer may fairly plead plodthat pleadthat plcallthat
that this rccrudosconco of nomadic nomadidhabits nomal1iohnbits nomadichabits
habits is not due tofiightiuess to but to totho tuthe tothe
the centrifugal tendency of modern modernLondoners modernLondonels modernLontioners
Londoners who no longer live liko likothoir likothoir liketheir
thoir mediroval forefathers over their theirpieces theirpllces theirplaces
pieces of business and playfully empty emptyfrom emptyfrom emptyfrom
from their upper windows their dust dustbins dustbins dustbins ¬
bins qu the heads of innocent waygrcra way wayarers wnyqrer9J
arers qrer9J Jj9ndon QJt10J1 TolcKraph f lcraJ > h hI
F you thinly thin thinklot i of t taking tnldo onrse a course Onrlh for fortheCensui fortbe forI
IF I theCensui the Census or for Civil Service Servicewo Servioewo
wo can be of f
assistance to
t010n t010nWedo yon yonWedonot youWedo
Wedonot Wedo not pretend to give you the thequestions thoquestions thequestions
questions you will be asked but wo woknow WOkuow weknow
know the soopoof scope of the examinations examinationsand
and we instruct you along the
proper properlines properlines properlines
lines and no time is wasted on sub subjects subjects subjeots ¬
jects that do not pertain to the exam examination examination examinatlon ¬
ination Only a small percentage of ofthoto ofthoe ofthose
those who enter tho examinations sue succeed suoceed suecoed ¬
ceed in passing with an average suffi sufficiently sufficiently anSIoiently ¬
ciently high to place them on tho eli eligible eligible eligiblo ¬
gible list In the Ci Civil iril Service it is ianot isnot isnotau111elent
not notau111elent sufficient for one to simply pass passtho passthe passthe
the examination but it is necessary
for him to pass with nn average that thatwill thotwill thatwill
will place his name sufficiently high highon higbau highon
on the list of eligibles for his uamo n me to tobo tobe tobe
be reached when a clerk is called for forfrom forfrom forfrom
from his state Our charges for prep preparation preparation preparation ¬
aration are ten dollars and for this thissum thissum thissum
sum wo will prepare you until you youpass youlasll youpass
pass the examination If for any rea reason reason teason ¬
son you should fail the first time it itwill itwill itwill
will cost you nothing to take the ex examination examination examination ¬
amination again Not one of our ourpupils ourpopUs ourpupils
pupils so far has ha failed to pass the
Census office examination and by
reading the following testimonials you youwill youwill youwill
will see that many of them have al already aIreadJ already ¬
ready been successful Your atten attention nUentlon attentlon ¬
tlon is called to the strong endorse endorsement endorsoment endorsemont ¬
ment of Hon Herman W Snow SnowexOongressman Snowex SnowoxCongressman
Congressman ex from 9th district
Illinois He sent his son to our ouischool ourschool outschool
school and delivered the annual ad ¬
dress at our commencement exercises exercisesand exerolsesand exercisesand
and he knew mow all about our work and andour audour andour
our success in securing employment employmentfor
for our pupils The following is his histestimonial histestimonil histestimonial
testimonial For thorough course courseand eottrseand courseand
and genial and efficient teachers this thisschool thissohool thisschool
school has np equal In tho way of ofsecuring ofseouring ofsecuring
securing positions it is not surpassed
by any in Washington Our school
is highly indorsed by Messrs Weller
d Bepetti the largest real estate firm flrmon firmon firmon
on Capitol C pitol Hill also K Allan Lovell
Esq Attorney at Law Huntingdon HuntingdonMy
Pn He says among other things
My daughter has made steady pro progress plOgress pros prosgreen ¬
gress in her studies and I highly commend com commend commend ¬
mend tho college to others Our OurBohool OurBohool Ourschool
Bohool is highly endorsed by Mr B R
H Warner of this city who delivered deliveredour
our annual address at the commence commencement oommeneemont commencemoat ¬
mont exercises of the college some someyears someyeors someyears
years ago The school is highly en ¬
dorsed by Mr John E Herrell presi
dent National Capital Bank of this thisoity thisoity thiscity
oity We have been a depositor with
his bank for at least ton years and he
knows our financial standing better
than any other person Should
you youwish youwish youwish
wish to know our standing in tho com cornmunity community oommunity ¬
munity and our ability to meet all allobligations allobligations allobligations
obligations you can obtain that infor information information information ¬
mation by addressing addrsssillgMr Mr J E K Her Herrell Horrell Hertell
rell This school is highly commend commended commend commended
ed ld by Mr W D Campbell one ol o
the largest lumber dealers in the cityj oity city
He has sent threo young men in inwhom inwhom innwhom
whom he was interested to our school schoolpaying schoolp schoolpaying
paying p ylng all their expenses and after afterwards aIterwards alterwards
wards wrote us a very fine letter com commending commending commending
mending our methods and the effi efficiency officieney ofiioienoy ¬
ciency of our teachers Mr Oonkling Oonklingwho ConkJingwho Conklingwho
who holds a very responsible position
in the Navy Department sent two twosons twosons twosons
sons to our school and has the follow following following followfug ¬
ing to say Ihove I have visited WoodV WoodVtimes WoodlJ
Commercial College a number oil oiltimes ottimes
times and noted the discipline methode meth methods methods
ods of instruction and wort and I do dosire doaire dosire
sire to say that the disoipline is creep
lent l nt the methods
of instruction arc arcsuperior nr nrlIuperior and andsuperior
superior and the work thorough and and1practical andpractical andpractical
practical and of the greatest import importance importance importante
ance to the business of tho country country8urelt
Surely this institution well deserves deservestho deservosthe deservesthe
the patronage it is receiving Dr W WP WP WP
P 0 Hazen director of NatIOnal NotionalCapital NatIOnalOapltal NationalCapital
Capital Dank and one of the most mostprominent mostprominent mostprominent
prominent physicians in this oity has haswritten haswritten haswritten
written us a letter highly endorsing endorsingour
our school Tho school is also highly highlyendorsed highlyendorsed highlyendorsed
endorsed by Hon T Stobo Farrow Farrowexauditor Farro Farrocvaxauditor I Iex
exauditor ex auditor for the War Department Departmentwho
who sent three children to our sohoo sohooalso suhooJalso sohoolalso
also by Mr B W Dunn one of the thelargest thelargo thelargest
largest largo and best known knowncoal coal merchants merchantsin
in Washington who patronized our ourschool ourchool ourschool
school by sending three of his hi children childrento chil ren rento
to us The college is also reoom recommended reoommended reoommended ¬
mended by Hon J W Douglas DouglasexCommissioner DouglasexCommissioner DouglasoxCommissioner
exCommissioner of the District of ofColumbia ofCglumbia ofColumbia
Columbia ColumbiaHire CglumbiaHire ColumbiaHere
Hire are a few endorsements enllor ments re received reaehed tooeived ¬
ceived recgntlr recgntlrGentlemen recQntlrGeutlemen rocpntlyGentlemen
Gentlemen I want to thank you youfor youfor youfor
for getting me a position in the office officeof ol11oeHr officeml
of Ohioo ml the Supervisor of tho theThere Baltimore 13alUmoreand 13alUmoreandOhio and andOhio
ThereBarcc Barcc
OhiooRailroadsor Railroadsor
Ohio Railroad There are cheaper cheaperschools chellper8chool8 heaperschools
schools than Woods Commercial Col Collego Colllge College
lego but they do not place their grad graduates grAduRte graduates ¬
uates uRte in good positions Your strong strongpoint strongpoint strongpoint
point is in looking after your pupils pupilsafter Ptlllilslifter pupilsafter
after they become proficient You do donot donot donot
not drop them as soon ns S they leave leavethe leavothe leavethe
the school room I wish to thank thankyour thankyonr thankyour
your excellent teachers te ehors in tho depart departments departmente departmeuts ¬
ments of shorthand and typewriting
They are unequalled ns instructors instructorsYours instruatorsYours instructorsYours
Yours truly
Juno 29 1809 1899To 1809To E ETo
To whom it may ooncern ooncernFrom ooncernFrolD concernFrom
From experience I wish to say that thatany thatany thatany
any person person who desires a thorough thoroughknowledge thoroughknowledgo thoroughknowledge
knowledge of bookkeeping will do dowell dowell dowell
well to attend Woods Wood Commercial
College CollegeTho OollcRelho CollegeTho
Tho principal is an instructor of ofmany ofmany ofmany
many years experience and teaches
thoroughly whatever he undertakes undertakesVery undertakesVory undertakesVery
Very respectfully
White House HousoPROF HousePnoF HousePnop
PROF 0 F WOOD 311 E Capitol CapitolStreet CapitolStreet CapitolStreet
Street StreetDear StreetDOllr StreetDear
Dear Sir SirIt SirIt SirIt
It gives me teat pleasure to tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you that I received my appointment appointmentana nppointm nt ntnun
ana reported for duty this morning morningI
I passed the examination easily easilyBespeotfully ellsilyRespeotfully easilyRespectfully
Respectfully RespectfullySALLIE BespeotfullySALIIB
ggyFor fior further informntlol informntlolcall InformntloeCAli informatlolcall
call at 311 East Capitol Street Streetor Streett Streetor
or address the Principal Court CourtP CourifiI Courtb
P Wfiftifr Wrjsi Y
WOODS WOODSConlmercial IO c i iCommercial
Commercial CommercialCollege ConlmercialCollege CommercialCollege
College CollegeCIVIL 0 0AND
Open ape i all ihe Year YearTo YearTO I ITo
To Young YoungYour YoungPeople YoungPeople
People PeopleYour
Your future Is before yon yooYou yonYou youYou
You wish to make mnl < e the best use uaoof U useof O Oor
of it In order to do this you youmust youmust youmust
must have special training and andpreparation andpreparation andpreparation
preparation The educated have havea
a vast advantage over the theIgnorant tloIgnorant theIgnorant
Ignorant Without education educationyou educntlonyou educationyou
you must do the hardest worSt worStand wor2a11 workand
and a11 receive the poorest pay A Ageneration Agencratlon Ageneration
generation ago agoa a man could get getalong getnlong getalong
along with little education now nowthat nowthl1t nowthat
that is Impossible Under Undermodern Undermodcrn Undermodern
modern systems of business ho hemust homust homust
must be skilled and andtralned trained Hemust He Hemust Homust
must know the laws of bus busness busi business buslnesll ¬
ness how to do business and andhow andhow andhow
how to keep systematic s stematic records recordsf recordsqf recordsof
qf < f business transactions trDinsactlonsBusiness transactionsBusiness transactionsBusiness
Business Hen HenWill I1enWin lienWill
Will Tell You Youthat Youthnt Youthat
that they find the greatest dif difficulty dlfflculty difficulty ¬
ficulty in securing competent competenthelp competenthelp competenthetptofillrespmnsiblepositions
hetptofillrespmnsiblepositions hetptofillrespmnsiblepositionswhich help to fill responsible positions positionswhich positionswhich
which command the best sal salaries salaries sataries ¬
aries There are plenty of olCHEAP ofCHEAP ofCHEAP
CHEAP fIEN Plenty Plent of men menworth menworth menworth
worth SI 100 00 a day I but few can canearn ClUJearn canearn
earn 5 500 00 a 1 dayWoods day dayCommercial da3vV
vV Woods WoodsCommercial ood s sCommercial
Commercial CommercialCollege CommercialC CommercialCollege
College CollegeIs C lIege lIegeIs
Is conducted for the purpose of ofpreparing ofpreparing If Ifpreparing
preparing young youn persons for forbusiness forbusiness forbusiness
business life The Principal PrincipalHr
Hr Court F Wood has been e ethe tlI tlIthe eethe
the head of the school contln contlnuously cantinuously contiruously
uously during the past thirteenyears thirteen thirteenyears t111rtecpyears
years yearsA yearsA yearsA
A Thorough ThoroughSchool ThoroughSchoot ThoroughSchool
School SchoolExperienced Schootxperlenced School SchoolExperlenced
Experienced and skillfulteachers skillful skillfulteachers sldlltuteachers
teachers are in charge of every everydepartment everydepartment everydepartmciit
department The discipline is iastrict isstrict isstrict
strict The systems and an methods methodsare methodsare nmethodsare
are radically different dlfferentfrom from other otherschools otherschools otherschools
schools schoolsIf schoolsIf schoolsIf
If I Were Sure Sureof
of a situation I would take the thocourse thecourse thecourse
course We Vc answer To Todoubt Todoubt Todoubt
doubt is to fall You will never neversucceed neversucceed neversucceed
succeed without this or some someequivalent sarnotqulvalent seineequivalent
equivalent course of training trainingGET trainingGET trainingGET
when the opportunity offers offersSituations offersSituations ffers ffersSituations
Situations and opportunities do donot d dnot donot
not wait waitWhen waltWhen waitWhen
When the theCall theCall theCall
Call Comes ComesIt
If you are not ready another nnotheitakes nnothetak anothertakes
takes tak the place and you are aropushed arapushed arepushed
pushed aside The world has hasno hIlSno hasno
no sympathy with irresolute irresolutetimid irresoluttimid irresolutetimid
timid doubters What It wants wantsIs wantsIs wantsIs
AGE DETERriiNATION men menwith menwith menwith
with educated brains pure purehearts purohearts purehearts
hearts and nd willing hands ready readyto readyto readytol3ARNand
to tol3ARNand EARN and DESERVE DESERIEsucress DESERIEsucressYoung success successYoung SUeS5Young
Young Ladies Ladiesof
of sense and refinement wne wnelearn wh whlearn she shelearn
learn shorthdndand shorthand shortb nd and typewriting typetvritingthoroughly typewritingthoroughly typewritingthoroughly
thoroughly can always turn turntheir turntheir turntheir
their services into dollars The TheEmployment ThoEmploment ThuEmployment
Employment Employment Bureau of thin thinCollege thl thlCollege thisCollege
College places many manyyoung young peo peopie peopie peopie
pie in good paying pllylll situationsevery situations situationsevery sltunUonevery
every year FREE OF CHARQG CtIARGEThere CHARQGThere CtiARaThere
There are areCheaper areCheaper areCheaper
Cheaper Schools Schoolsthan
than Woods Commercial CoU CoUlegc Cot College Cotloge
loge that is cheaper In rates o otuition 0tuition of oftuition
tuition but ourschool our school 5choolls Is cheaper cheaperIn
In the end The superior ad advantages advantages advantages ¬
vantages here far outweigh tho thodifference thodlflerence thedifference
difference of a few dollars In Incost htc03tlInd Ilicost
cost c03tlInd and In matters of education educationemphatically educationemphatically educationemphatically
emphatically THE BEST Is tho thoCHEAPEST thoCHEAPEST theCHEAPEST
Students Received Receivedat
at Atany any time timeand and the term of each eachdates encladates eachdates
dates from the day of enroll enrollment eorQIIment enrollment ¬
ment School is In session cessionthroughout sessionthroughout sessionthroughout
throughout the year yearo yearCOURSE yearCOURSE
Bookkeeping Bool < keeplng Business Forms FormsArithmetic For ForArithmetic FormsArithmetic
Arithmetic Office Drills Pen Penmanship Penmanship Penmanship
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tice Rapid Calculations BuslnessLetterVriting Business BusinessUtterWriting BusinessLetterWriting
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and Friday eveings fromg from
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