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MANY tilling a field on the border borderof bordelot
1jI of Lake Wnneta a beauti beautiful beautltul ¬ I
ful sheet of water on the thesummlt tliosummit tlJesummit
summit of the once plncclnd plne clad hills of ofScliuylor otSC1luylel ofSchuyler
Scliuylor County Count Now York turnedup turned turnedup turnel1UII
up with his plow a human skeleton a aflint afilnt aflint
flint tomahawk and a sealed earthen earthenjar earthenjar earthenjar
jar The bones crumbled awny todust to todust todust
dust upon exposure to the air The Thejar Tliojar Thojar
jar was opened It contained simply simplya
a roll of tanned deerskin upon which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were traced trncedmany many Indian hieroglyphics hieroglyph ¬
ics At that time nu aged Indian n arelic nrelic nrelic
relic of the tribe of the great Red RedJacket nellJacket fledJacket
Jacket whose birthplace wus but afew a afew atew
few miles from the lake still dwelt dweltin 11weltin dweltfn
in that vicinity Tho scroll of deer deerBkln deerskin deerskin
skin was placed before this old abori oboriglue aborigine nborlglne ¬
glue and from its mysterious tracingbe tracing tracinghe trncln trnclnhe
he translated a most dramatic story storyof storyot storyof
of Indian lore and tragedy In plain plainwords plnlnwordp plainwords
words liS s it is preserved In the folk folklore tolklore folklore ¬
lore of that romantic vicinage lclna e the legend le legend Iesend ¬
gend is thusIt thus thusIt thusIt
It was a time when bitter dissension dissensionhad dlssonslonhad dissensionhad
had come among the tribes of the Six SixNations SI SINations SixNations >
Nations long before the white men menhad 1110nhad mcnhind
had ventured that far Into the New NewYork NewYolk NewSork
York wilderness A council of the thetribes thetribes thetribes
tribes had been called and Mahtoree Mahtoreea
a great Seneca elite chief was present withhis with withhis withIlls
his immediate followers and his housohold house household household ¬
hold amoug them his daughter Wa Waneta Waneta Warnets
neta tie Startled Fawn 1 < 1n Kayuta I nyuta the theStrong t1leStrong theStrong
Strong Arm a brave young chief of a arival adrill ariral
rival clan hated Mnhtorec saw Wa Waneta W Wneta Wanets
neta and loved her She met him In Insecret Insecret Insecret
secret and when the council was wasended wusended wasended
ended with Its only result an armed armedtruce armodtruce armedtruce
truce that might at nay moment break breakinto brealtinto breakInto
into bloody strife she returned with withher withber withher
her father to his lakeside camp sad sadat sadat sadat
at heart nt parting with ICnyutn her herlover herlOfer herlover
lover and her fathers foe She pined pinednnd pinedanll pinedand
and fhded fad hdell d and her tribe was bewil bewildered belldcrel1 bewildered ¬
dered for Wanota had ever boon as aslight aslight aslight
light of heart as the fawn for which Avhlchtt wblchtlJy whichthey
tt they y had named n11led her herAt helAt herAt
At th the i time of tho green corn dance dancewhen dnncewhen dancewhen
when Mabtoree and his braves were weremerry woremerry weremerry
merry by the camp fires TVaneta drew drewapart drewIlpnrt drewapart
apart ono night and sat sadly musing musingby musln muslnby musingby
by the waters wnt ls edge Suddenly Suddenl n car ca canoe cnnoe ¬
noe glided out from the th misty u1lst shadows shadowsof shn ow owot
of the lake lll e and Kayuta leaped lightly lightlyon
on the shore The lovers enjoyed a amoments nmoments amoments
moments sweet communion a tryst trysting trystIng trystlog
ing place pia co was agreed upon and the thedusky thedusky thedusky
dusky wooer returned to his canoe nod nnddisappeared nnlldlsapp noddisappeared
disappeared dlsapp arell Waneta rejoined her hercompanions hercompanions hercompanions
companions and the wonder was great greatamong grcatamonb greatamong
among them nt the sudden return tojoyousness to toJoyousncss tojOjousness
joyousness of tho sorrowing Indian Indianmaiden Indianmaldcn Indianmaiden
maiden maidenThe maldcnTho maidenThu
The next night Waneta stole silently silentlyaway silentlynwa silentlyawny
away nwa and sped In her light canoe canoeocroHB cnnoencrOIlY canoeacross
across the lake to join the eager andwaiting and andwaiting nUllWnltlng
waiting Kayuta Night after night nightaho nighthe nightoho
oho he kfpt tho stolen tryst Her happi happiness LUJploJoss ¬
ness delighted her warrior warrol father allunsusplelous all allunsuspicious nilun8lls
unsuspicious un8lls Jclous of otlts Its cause and the tribewoudured tribe tribewoudured tlibeVoudllled
woudured Only Onl Woutha suspected suspectedWcutua SUlI1H1cte SUlI1H1cteelltln suspected11eutba
Wcutua elltln the Weasel who also loved lovedWaneta 10011WI111eta lovedIVaueta
Waneta One night he trailed like a ashallow 1 1shlllow nshadow
shallow the maiden as a store > he glided lll1e In Inhei inhorl inher1canoo
hei horl her1canoo > canoe to meet her hiding lover loverHo 10elJIo loverUo
Ho discovered d nil Returning Uet1lnln quickly quicklyto qulcklto qulckbto
to tufr tu camp he revealed to two trusted trustedbraves hl1ste1lJ
lJ li braves 1Iel the presence of the hated Iinyutu Ka Kayutii Iayutll
yutii At dawn tho three stole to thetrysting the thetrystlng thetlS
trysting tlS tin place Kayivta was s still lin Ungering lingering lingering ¬
gering where Waiiutn had left him himIlls blmIlls himIIIs
Ills quick car detected the approach approachof
of foes and he disappeared In the for forest COlcst foreat ¬
est n ft as Woutlin and his followers crept creptto croptto eruptto
to the spot They htY found the trail of ofthe otUe ofthe
the flying 11ln Kayuta and followed It All Alldny Allda 11 11dny
dny da y It led thou them In n labyrlutlifnecourse labyrinthine labyrinthinecourse labrlnthlneoUl
course oUl e and nt last within sight of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their very YC1 camp Call11 fires flf s It was lost lostWunota lostWllnctn lostWaneta
Wunota Ignorant of the fact that thather tlmthel thather
her secret was known to any of the thetribe tllotrlbJ thetribe
tribe and that hoi lovers life washunted was washunted wnsllUn
hunted llUn led stole toward the trysting place placothat pineothnt placethat
that night as was her wont As aho shoncarcd ahonealell ahoneared
neared the snore where she had be before betoro before ¬
fore been greeted by ICayutas signal signalthe signaltbe signalthe
the low cry of tho quail UI1Il she listened IIstenellln IIstenelllnalu In Invain Intntu
vain alu for It and alarm seized her Butshe But Butihe DutIha
she ventured to give her answer to tothe tothe tothe
the signal As the soft cry er went out outover outoel outover
over the water it twig splashed SI > lashctl in the tholake tbonlte thelake
lake nlte at the Bide of lur canoe She Slteknew Sheknew Sheknew
knew that tills was a 1 warning warn In and andihe andsite 11111ahe
site drifted noiselessly lIolsolossl toward the theshore thushort theshore
shore only to meet her lover standingwnlst standingwaist standing standingwaist
waist deep In tho lake In quick and andpassionate nnllplssl0 andpasc
passionate plssl0 pasc lonntm 1nte whisperings he told Wa Waneta Ray Va Vaneta ¬
y neta eta that they woro watched watch ell and that thatEio thnte
Eio e must not seek tho old trysting trystlnge tr stlng stlnge
e lie bado her steer bOlo canoe to tolithe totho tothe
lithe the foot of the lake and to await awaithe nwIthe awaitv
v he shore in the shadow of ati a aristeil a8tc11
ti risteil 8tc11 by 11 lightning thatA that thatilwvo thatVO
A ilwvo VO tho other forest forestpaiHug torestIJnlUu forestparthig
paiHug IJnlUu with her an ank aut anp
p k > iKh t h tho darkness darknasaand darltMMp darknessand
p and burled Jts itsr JtsLJP JtsA
LJP r A snvajo snvajoidoMa lillnolow sovagodots
dots low a on the theusii theU
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maidens boat away nnd answering answeringthe nnswerlDSthe answeringthe
the curdling cry of his hidden too foewith foowith toowith
with n Here Ilerce yell of defiance lie sprang sprangtoward sI1rnn sI1rnntoward sprangtoward
toward the shore Wanota heard withterror with withterror withterror
terror and foreboding tho sounds of ofcombat ofcombnt ofcombat
combat With fear and trembling she shosped sbesllell shesped
sped away toward the blasted pine pluoWhen pineWhen pineWhen
When Knyutn I ayuta rushed back upon the theshore thoshore theshore
shore the dark forms of 01 three foes foesrose 1oosroso foesrose
rose up to meet him Weutha the thoWcasol theWensel theWeasel
Weasel fell dead at Knyutas feet atone at atone ntone
one blow from tho strong arms tom tomahawk tomnhawk tomahawk ¬
ahawk Soon tho struggle was over overand overnnd overand
and Wouthas two braves wero werostretched werostletched werestretched
stretched by his side on tho shore As AsKayuta AsI AsIiayuta
Kayuta I autn dealt the blow that laid low lowthe lowthe lowthe
the last of the three n shriek that thatfilled thllt1111ed thatfilled
filled tho forest and echoed and reechoed re reechoed reechoed ¬
echoed about the lake broke upon the thecar tileear theear
ear of tho sorely wounded lover Fol Following Fellowing Following ¬
lowing It In one prolonged wall ofagony of ofagony otngony
agony came the cry cryKayutal cryltoyutnl cryIiayutal
Kayutal KayutalThou ltoyutnlrhon IiayutalThou
Thou all was silent as the tombThe tomb tombThe tombThe
The Indian lover knew that the shriek shrlekand shriekand hlleltand
and the wall rose from tho lips of of t Wa Waueta Wanata Waseta
seta Bleeding from tho wounds Wou Wonthas Wouthas Wouthas
thas braves had inflicted Kayuta Kayutadragged I antn antndragged ayntadragged
dragged himself toward the blasted blastedpine hlastedpine blastedpine
pine where he was to meet his love loveWith loveWith loveWith
With dawn came tho startling atnrtlln wordthat word wordto wordto
to Mahtorees o lodge that the th maid Wa Wanttn WaI
nttn a was wasFilled missing lss from f rom her place placeFilled
Filled 1 l1Ied with strange foreboding tho thochief thochlet thechief
chief hastened with his followers to tomake tomako tomake
make search for the absent maiden maidenthe moll1enthe maidenthe
the Startled Fawn I awn They camo tothe to tothe tothe
the spot on tho shore of the hike whereIiayuta where whereKayuta whelel
Kayuta l aynta had struggled with his foes foesand toosnnd foesand
and found Wouthr and his brethren brethrendead brethrendcad brethrendead
dead among the bushes Then follow following tollo tolloIns following ¬
ing ICayutas bloody blood trail they coma camoto cnmeto comato
to the blasted pine Drifting Drlttln near the theshore tllOshoro theshore
shore was a canoe In It Slit n war warrior warnor ¬
rior nor erect erectbut but strongeyed stroug eyed and mo motionless motlonless niotlonless ¬
tlonless Ills eyes wero fixed on n nspot nSl10t aspot
spot on the shore The Indians ofMahtoreos of ofMnhtoreos ofrahtoleos
Mnhtoreos band rushed forward into intothe Intothe intothe
the water with savage yells ells and up uplifted upllftcl uplifted ¬
lifted tomahawks They had recog recognized roco roconlzell reconlzed ¬
nized the feared and hinted Strong StrongArm StrougArm StrongArm
Arm Kayuta I nyuta moved not but witheyes with witheyes wltbeyes
eyes fixed upon 11 > on the shore uioantd ono oneword pnu pnuword onoword
word wordWanetal
Wanetal WanetalThen VanetalThen anetnl anetnlThen
Then the old Chief Mahtoroo fol followed tollowed followed ¬
lowed with his oyes the gaze gaz > of the themad tllOmad themad
mad Kayuta He saw on the surfaceof surface surfaceof IImfaceof
of the treacherous and bottomless bottomlessquagmire bottomlessqugmlre bottomlessquagmire
quagmire bordering the shore a nbelt belt of ofwampum otwnmllUm ofwampum
wampum and a rope of colored beads beadsornaments bendsornnments beadsornaments
ornaments that no maiden of the tribe tribesave tllbosnv tribesave
save snv Wauota wore Tho unstable shore shorehad shorehad shorehad
had swalowed the Startled Fawn ns asshe nssho nsshe
she stepped from her canoe to await awaither awnlther awaither
her imperiled lover She had walled walledhis wailedhis ialledhis
his name to the night wind and dlsap disappeared dlsappenrell dlsappoured ¬
poured forever foreverAwestricken toreverAwostllckon foreverAwestricken
Awestricken and bowed with grief griefMahtoree sdetrnhtoree griefMnbtoree
Mahtoree retired with his follower followerfrom tolloWOI1from followerifrom
from the scene All ll day Kayutns Iiayutascanoe Kayutnscanoe I a uta8 uta8cauoo
canoe tossed to and fro about theblasted the theblasted theblasted
blasted pine the stricken strlcl en Strong Shon Arm Armmoaulug A1I11 A1I11moUln Armmoaning
moaning moUln the name of his Indian maid maidon mnlilon mnidon
on and when the dews fell at evening eveningwith eonlnswith evonfugwith
with one wild heartburstlng cry Wa Waneta Wanetat Wafetal ¬
fetal the fated Indian lover Joined Joinedher Joinedher joinedher
her In the Spirit Land LandJlahtoree Landrahtoree Land3lahtoree
Jlahtoree laid the remains of the thoalien tIlOnllen thealien
alien chief to rest near the shore where whereho wherehe whereho
ho and Waneta had loved and per perished perIshed pershed ¬
ished placing his tomahawk by his bisside hisside hisside
side and on the scroll of deerskin the thechiefs thochlets thechiefs
chiefs medicine man Inscribed the thestory thestory thestory
story of the Indian lovers which the theplow theplow theplow
plow of the farmer brought to light lightafter lightIltter lightafter
after a century had passedAnd passed passedAnd passedAnd
And thus the name Waneta came to totho t ttho tothe
tho fair lake and the tragic love story storyIs
Is perpetuated by It Itiow New York Press PressQuaint PressQuaint PressOunlnt
Quaint norieTlilcf IIorieTLIcfCapturing oraeTIlcCCapturln Capturing Society SocietyThe Soclet Socletrhe SocietyThe
The Society In Dedham for Appre Apprehending ApPlebendlnl Appreheading ¬
heading Horse Thieves held Its ninetleth nine ninetieth ninetleth ¬
tleth annual meeting a few days ays ago agoThe agoThe
The organization Is the oldest and ItIs It Itis
is now thought the only one of of Its Itskind Itskind itshind
kind In tho United States It had its itsorigin Itsorigin itsorigin
origin In the early eall part of the century centurywhen cluturywhen centurywhen
when horse thieves were more com common common coinneon ¬
mon tha tltac ut the present time and andwhen andwben andwhen
when the only onl moans of catching tho thopurloluers thopurloiners thepurloiners
purloiners of horseflesh was personaleffort personal personaleffort pcrsonalertort
effort and when the owners had no notelegraph notllCilnph notelegraph
telegraph or telephone to tl > scatter soa tter thealarm the thealarm thenlarm
alarm and set all awatch for them themThe thlllJrhe themThe
The society soclot embraced the first citizens citizensof cltlzlnsonho citizensofthe
onho of the town which then Included much muchterritory mucht9rlltory muchterritory
territory that has been carved Into Intonew IntoU9W intonew
new towns nnd each man stood ready readyat rem readyat 1 1at
at a t moments notice to ride after afterhorse nrtelhOlSO afterhorse
horse and cattle cn tUe thieves thievesThe thleesTIm thievesThe
The society Is grounded on the solid solidrock solllilock solidrock
rock financially having ba Inl a cash nsh bal balance balance halonce ¬
ance on hand of 103850 Its member membership lUumblrsblp membership ¬
ship runs up Into the hundred and nndIs nnllIs andis
Is contautly InclenslngDoston Increasing Boston Her Herald lIernld hIerold ¬
long Ieln of the Camelot CnmelotNapoleon Camelotapoleon CmnelotsNapoleon
Napoleon Hayard among his com comrades comrndes comrades ¬
rades enjoys the proud title of Em Emperor EmpelOr Emperor ¬
peror of the Caraclots OnmelotslIhcot street hawk hawkers bawkers hawkers ¬
ers Napoleon has got himself Into Intotrouble Intotrouble intotrouble
trouble and has had to appear before bcforoa
a correctional tribunal M r JosephMenard Joseph JosephMcnard Josephlrenard
Mcnard In the course of his speechfor speech speechfor speechtor
for the defense informed the courtthat court courtthat COUlttllnt
that his client was no ordinary mor mortal moltalthat mortelthat ¬
tal talthat that he actually actullll rnled nled ocrot over or at atleait atleast atleast
least was nII recognized as head by
95000 street hawkers So the collec collectors eollectors collectore ¬
tors of statistics may ma insert in theirnotebooks their theirnotebooks theILnoteuooks
notebooks that there are 05000 came camelot camelots camelots
lot lots selling In the streets of Paris a amost al almost almost ¬
most everything eerthln from an exhibitionticket exhibition exhibitionticket > xblbltlonticket
ticket to a mechanical mecbnnlcnllllslLaris pig pigParis Paris Mes Messenger i1essonger es essensel ¬
Searching Searchln For Byron heart HenrfThe IelutTIIU heartThu
The Church of St Splridion In Mis Missolonghl Missolonglml lls lls801011ghl
solonghl In which was deposited thin thnurn th6urn thinurn
urn containing tho heart of Lord By Byron H Hron Ry Ryran ¬
ron Is about to be rebuilt says anAthens an anAthens m mAtlleni5
Athens correspondent of the London LoudunExpress LondonExpress LoudoDExpross
Express ExpressWhen ExprossWhon ExpressWhen
When the tb town of Mlssolonghl woe woetaken vrn vrntaken rn rntaken
taken by b the Turks 1nrl R In 1823 this church churchwas churchWilli churchwas
was destroyed and the urn hurled un under 1111lllr aimder ¬
der the ruins Every 1 er effort Is now nowbeing nowbeing nowbeing
being made to discover the priceless pricelessrelic prlcel prlcellolle priceieqrelic
relic In u order to place dose It In a proml prominent promlnrnt promlucnt ¬
nent posltlo lu the the new building bulhl1
zy ft iIII3 3zfttklEE lI
i ood goads ot e I IGood I
bS W lj II IIbS I
iE tif J 3g4f 3g4foood
Good Highway Highwayv Il1gh Il1ghD IIlghtraysI
v UIUNCJ the past few ra raparticularly frl frlpnrtlcularly vrs
D I I 1 particularly during thglnst thglnsttwelve thft tl jp ia iaJ t ttwele
J twelve mouths tlio this thisroads gpod gpodroads OI1 OI1ronlls
roads movement line IG Jficu Jficugreatly bed bedgreatly cl1 cl1greatly
greatly In strength Tho whootmoii whootmoiiwho when hIIO hIIOOlin Olin Olinwho eu euwho
who gave it Its first Impetus have liavebeen 1 havebeen 1c 1cbeon
been effectively ro reenforced enforced by tliOnu tliOnutomoblllsts th thnutomoblllsts I U Utomobllisti
tomoblllsts who are 110 Inerenlll1 Increasing in innumbers lnnumbers innumbers
numbers and whose tremendous pfissl pfisslnllltles
nllltles of speed speel mnkos them bv iren irenmore even evenmore n nmOlO I
more clamorous for smooth hard road roadbeds r rOadbells nd ndbells ¬
bells bellsIt bellsIt f fIt
It was learned last week from traIn the thePresident the11osldent thePresident
President of the Good Honda HomlsD Depart Department Department part partment ¬
ment of the National Good ltoad8and ltoad8andIrrigation llomls ltolul and andIrrigation lUllIrrlgntlon
Irrigation Congress who as thu1 tho fiend fiendof frenl1of ead eadof
of a committee hqs recently recontl rotuihll rotuihllfrom retu returned returnedfrom med medfrom
from his mission to Washington Vashtngton that tlmatstops thatstops I
stops taken by b the congress to secure securean l semnean el1ll
an appropriation and legislation legislation In Infurtherance Infurtheruucc lufurtherance I
furtherance of Its cause promise high highsuccess lilghsuccess
success President McKinley assured assuredtime assured assuredtho oss tf11 tf11the I
the committee cqwmlttce c mittee that its recomnn recommyudn recommyudnapproval > ndn ndntlons i 1n 1ntlons
tlons had his hisIndorsed approval and au Secretary SecretaryWilson ecrjtl1Y ecrjtl1YWilson ecrtihry ecrtihryDepartment
Wilson of the o Department Departmenthis of 01 Agricul Agriculture AglJ Agrllr ul ulture ¬
ture Indorsed the project without boa boaitntlon hesitation hositntlon ¬
itntlon Moreover It Is reported thnt thntfu1ly that thntfully thatfully
fully 20ty Senators and andCongregam Congressmen Congressmenhavo Congrea ulhn ulhnh n nlmvo
havo h ro ypomlsed t1omlsml to aid 111 in securing seCUrl lthe lthenpproprltftlon the theappropriation timenpproprltftlon
npproprltftlon asked for namely ijSiSD 15D 50
000 for the use of the office of Public PtibllcHeads P PublicItontJs blc blclton
Heads lton Inquiries Iiit uirles recently Instituted Instituted by bythe bythe bythe
4 4The
the Department of Agriculture AgricultureTho AgrlculturoThe
The proposition of the Good IlOads IlOadsCongress ROads ROadsCongress nOnl1sCongress
Congress Is that one mile of milt model modelhighway el elhlghwn elhighway
highway be built by b the Federal I + edernli Gov Government fa facrnment ov overnment ¬
ernment In every oro 1 State of the Union Uptonone Uniononeqiin UhODonelJlIutur
oneqiin onelJlIutur one ganrter ter of a mile to be construct constructed constr construct constructed ct ctell ¬
ed In four parts of each State lib l ad addition nddillon additlon ¬
dillon the State Legislatures which wtjichconvene whichconvene Melt Meltconene
convene next year will be asked bout Individually lulli1I111nlly boutvidunlly ¬
vidually to enact laws for road fur furprovement im improvement ill1IHOement ¬
provement The president of the con congress tongleSS eongress ¬
gress Intends that It shall liavon f top toprosentntive op oproseutatlve OlJlosentnthe
roseutatlve In every e every ly county of the theUnited theUnlted theUnited
United States whose function will wll beto bo boto blto
to stimulate the sentiment for good goodroads gool1londs goodroads
roads throughout his territory territoryDuring tellltolYDmng terrltovDuring
During the past year several organ organized orgnnIzed organized ¬
ized forces have been engaged lu this thiswork thisworlt titlework
work many man of which have a national nationalreputation nntlqnnlreputation nntigunlreputation
reputation Besides the organiza organizations orsnqlzntlons orgsnlzations ¬
tions referred to there are the League Leagueof
of American Wholmou the Aut0mo Aut0mobile Aut AutOrnabile Uo Uobile
bile Club of America the National NationalLeague NntlOnnlIensue NntibnnlLeague
League for Good Roads and lll1 sores sfforesof saorosof soresof
of sniallc organizations with similar similarpurposes sh similarpurposes llm llmpurposos
purposes Through the Instrumental Instrumentality ¬
Sty It of one or more of those bodies Jam Jampie m mpie uhpie
pie roads have been built In vajRjus vajRjusparts vaTus vaTusparts I us uspalts
parts of the country and much tiblM tiblMncnt J rti rtineat I Il1ent
neat literature has been circulated circulatedAll clrcnl ed edAll c1 c1All
All of the organizations have ha 0 boo boeiLun boeiLuntiringly un untlllnly in intlrlngly
tlrlngly energetic energeticIt tM to toIt
It has been shown here and abroad abroadthat abi nd ndthat adthat
that the country cOl1nh which has good roads roadsprovides tOnt1s11roldes rO ids idsprov9des
provides Itself with an admlrrfble ndmlrithleequipment admlrrfbleequipment ndl111rl1 le leeulpment
equipment for commercial superbet superiorly superiorlythat sI1PorlotU sI1PorlotUthat ty tythat
that tho United States should poges pogesthe po poi sthe s sI
I the poorest public roads system of of1 otapy otapyof any anyof 1Y 1Yof
of the large nations has long boon llcop do doplorcdNew de doplOlcd deplored ¬
plored plorcdNew New e York Sun SubItnral SunRural SUURural
Rural Mali lIal1 nud Roads IloaillThe RoatlThe RoadsThe
The popularity of the bicycle as an anInstrument nnl1istrument anhistrmnent
Instrument of transit and as affording affordingopportunity netor41ngOPPoltunlty affordingopportunity
opportunity for healthful exercise has hasdone hnsdonc hasdone
done much to t promote the cause of ofgood otgood ofgood
good roads The The automobile promises promisesto
to dons much or more Education of ofrural otrural ofrural
rural communities as to tho real economy econ economy economy ¬
omy of good roads Is recognized how however howeOl however ¬
ever as s the chief purpose to be kept keptIn keptIn keptIn
In mind mind by Jy the National Good Roads RoadsAssociation nondsAssociation floodsAssociation
Association which met lu InOhlca Chicago o re recently lecentl recently ¬
cently centl This association will ask Con Congress Oonsress Congress ¬
gress to create a bureau of or road In Inquiry Inqulr inquiry ¬
quiry qulr at Washington The function functionof
of such a bureau would be to collect collectand collectnnll collectand
and to disseminate Information Tho Thofarmer Thofnlmel Theformer
farmer cannot be told too often for forexample fOloxnmplo forexample
example that the most expensive part partjof partpf partpf
pf the transportation of his produce PIO UCO to tomarket tomarket I Imllket
market Is the journey jomno from his farmto farm farmto falmto
to the nearest railway stationBut station stationBut SttlOIlUut
But there has come Into existence a nnew anen anew
new new Influence that ought to make 111 inal a It r pow powerfully pOlerfully powerfully ¬
erfully toward towm111Iromotn promoting tho cause of ofgood 0 0goo ofgood
good goo roads This Is time rural r11ln1mnll mall de delivery 110lIery dolivery ¬
livery which hall grown with n rapid rapidity lttpdIty rtlpidhty ¬
ity only onl to be explained by Its polio popularlty pop poliolarlty 1 > iImIt
larlty ImIt This free service now includesroutes Includes Includesroutes IncluiiosloutlS
routes aggregating ngg eatlng nearly neall 0000 mllos mUosreaching mllosreaching milos milosloachlnl
reaching more than a quarter of a million mil million million ¬
lion people and 1111 handling last year yearnearly re yearnearly ll llnearly
nearly 10000000 pieces i > Iecos of mall Con Congress ConglOtS Congross ¬
gross will be asked nll ed to provide for tho thoextension thootenslon theoxtonslon
extension of this service If such cx cxtension ex extension oxtension ¬
tension wore made conditional upon uponreasonable upon uponlensonaJle uponreasonable
reasonable local care nll of the highways highwaystho highwaystho highwaystime
tho betterment of of roads In rural com communities communltles communitlea ¬
munities wquld QuId be stimulated and andthere ntitlthelo andthere
there would be a demand from coun counties counties counties ¬
ties that State Legislatures I slslatmes enact laws lawsfavorable lawstaornule lawsfavorable
favorable to their improvement and andmaintenance nndmaintennnce andmaintenanceNew
maintenance maintenanceNew New ew York Mall and andExpre nndExpro andExpre
Expre ExpreIVorldnc
Working orldn tlto Ilcnil of tho Imnlly VatnflyIt ImnllyIt
It Is a wise boy who knows how to towork toW01It towork
work his father ta tllel and In this t hili precious preciousngo pltelousns preciousage
age ns most boys are wise Iso Louis father fatherworks tntliorwOll fatherworks
works wOll s lu Omaha but Louis himself himselflives hlmsJtlIV08 himselflives
lives with his grandma In Western Ne Nebraska Nebrasla e eblnsltU ¬
braska Like most boys do Louis Louiswrites J0111swrltos Louiswritos
writes to his fond father only when whonhe whenhe whenho
he wants money mono or something now In Inwearing Inwenllug inwearing
wearing apparel Last week ho wrote wroteenumerating wroteenumerntlng wroteenumerating
enumerating a number of articles he heneeded h hneec1ed lieneeded
needed Among other thlugshe wrotePlease wrote wrotePlease wr6tllellse
Please send me some stockings BlockingsYou fltocklngou stockingsYost
You ou better send bicycle stockings be because becaulo because ¬
cause they last longer than the other otherkind otherIdnl1 otherkind
kind Arc you going to send me n bi bicycle blccle hicycle ¬
cycle on my birthday to towenr to wear with wIthmy wIthmyblc toy raybicycle toybicycle
bicycle blc ele stockings stocklnssOmuhn Omaha AVorld AVorldHerald World WorldH01ald WorldIIorald
Herald HeraldFeaturo H01aldFeature IIoraldFeatures
Feature at Siberian Fnnn L1eThu Ufa UfaThe LlroThe
The most characteristic feature of ofSiberian ot81bolInu ofSlborlau
Siberian farm life is that the farraorti farraortiJive fnrlnirJIve fnrmPri4live
Jive not scattered nil over the country countryivmotu cOllltdltll110to countryremote
remote from flO J11 neighbors but in villages villagesas vlll nt ntOS
as 18 near an 11 possible to the laud tHcy tHcyam tl tlf0yare p pnrlll
am cultivating cpltfvntingr I < 4 t I Ir
The ants lu ana nest are not all tho thosame tholIame timesamo
same size A Swiss professor has hasfound hnstound linefound
found thorn as different as so many hu human human haman ¬
man beings with dwarfs giants crlppies crlp cripples crlppies ¬
pies etc etcAn otcAn etcAn
An ostrich in the Cincinnati Zoologi Zoological Zoologlcal Zoological ¬
cal Gardens Is undergoing treatment treatmentby tronhulmtby treatmentby
by electricity for paralysis Under Underthis Undelthis Undertubs
this treatment the bird has been ableto able ableto abloto
to swing first tlrs t one leg and then tho thoother thoother theother
other otherWater otherWator otherWater
Water In a shallow pan in a steel shelttered tlhelteled steeltared
tered place will freeze even when tha tirothermometer thathermometer thuthermometer
thermometer Is above tho freezingpolnt freezing freezingpoint frlorlngIolnt
point Iolnt this is due to tho rapid loss of ofheat otheat ofbeat
heat of 01 the earth after nightfall In InBorne InSOl110 Insonic
Borne hot countries Ice Is obtained in incommercial Incommorelal 1ncommercial
commercial quantities by setting shal shallow shnllow eimnllow ¬
low earthenware runs of water on time thoground t110grounl1protectqd timeground
ground grounl1protectqd protected from the wludDuring wlud wludDuring wlnl1DurIng
During the progress of the last solar solareclipse solnreclipse solareclipse
eclipse Mr C Martin made a syste systematic sstematlc systemantle ¬
mantle series of temperature observa observations obs01atlons observations ¬
tions the results of which are pub published pubIIshed publlshed ¬
lished In the scientific proceedings oftime of ofthe otthe
the Itoyal Dublin Society Two ther thermometers thermOlDetols timerthe ¬
mometers wero exposed exposellto exposedrays to the direct directrays dlteetrays t
rays of ofwhich the 0 sun the theexposed bulb of f ohe ln0 of ofwhich otwhich
which was blackened while that of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the other was white There was n nvery 11ery nvery
very ery close agreement between the thoreadings tborendlnss thereadings
readings of the two thermometers thermometersEach thelmometersEnch thermometersEach
Each showed that the temperature temperaturewas
was at Its lowest about eight minutes minutesafter mluutesnfter minutesafter
after the middle of the eclipse Tho Thofall ThetnU Thofall
fall as Indicated by the binck blackbulb blackbulbthermometer blacltllUlhthermometor bulb bulbthermometer
thermometer was 28 degrees desreestrom from fromC37
C37 < degrees before the eclipse to 357 357degrees 357degrces 357degrees
degrees after of tel the totality was over overProfessor OV01Irotossor overProfessor
Professor Farrlngton curator of tho thoField thoFlel timeField
Field Museum and professor of geo geology geology geology ¬
logy at the university has lately re returned leturned returned ¬
turned from a tour of the Indiana Indianacaves IIIlUanacaves Indianacaves
caves with 300 specimens of stalac stalactites stnlctltes staittetotes ¬
totes His most Interesting find was a astalactite astnlnctlte astalactite
stalactite broken off and marked mnrJ ed by aparty a aparty apnrty
party of scientists In 1850 which has hasgrown hnsgrown hasgrown
grown threefifths throe fiftbs of 01 an inch since sincethat slncothnt sincethat
that date He brought home with him hima
a column six sl < feet high and one footin foot footin tootIn
in diameter which Is the largest lnrg st spedmen speci specimen specimen ¬
men over obtained for a museum museumFiguring musoumFiguring museumFiguring
Figuring from the basis of the onewhich one onewhich onowhich
which was measured It required about aboutIHOO
5400 years for It to grow to Its present presentsize presontsize presentsize
size On the same basis the professor professorthinks proCessllthinks professorthinks
thinks he 14 will 111 bo able to figure1 figur bilt bilthow out outhow tt tthow
how long It has taken for tho St Louis Louislimestone Louislimestone Louielimestone
limestone to form formAmong < IAmon
form formAmong
Among Amon the exhibits at the Paris Ex Exposition Exposition Exposition ¬
position was a phonograph Invented Inventedby Inrontedby Inventedby
by Valdemnr Poulsen Danish engi engineer ensineer engfveer ¬
neer which uses a wire wirewound wound instead insteadof Instealof insteadof
of a waxcovered cylinder clin er The wire wireIs wireIs wireis
Is of steel and over It in place of the thousual theusual theusual
usual stylus passes a small electro electromagnet electroI11ngnet electromagnet ¬
magnet connected with a telephonetransmitter telephone telephonetransmitter telel > hone honetrnnsmltter
transmitter and battery The sound soundwavos sounl1waros soundwavos
wavos cause a variation in the Inten Intensity Intensity Intensity ¬
sity of the eletro electromagnet magnct and the themagnet themgnet themagnet
magnet acting upon the wire passing passingbeneath pnlslDJbeneath passingbeneath
beneath it leaves a permanent Impres Imnpressloe Impression hnpresslon ¬
sloe upon the latter Upon reversingthe reversing reversingtho Iovtrslngtho
tho action the th wire reacts on the mng magnot mngnot mngnet
not and corresponding souuds are aretransmitted nretransmlttell aretransmitted
transmitted by the telephone In or order order ¬
der to obliterate the magnetic trace onthe on onthe onthe
the cylinder it Is only necessary to rovolvo ro rovolve 10volo
volvo It under the magnet while this Is Issubjected IssubJccted Issubjected
subjected to a continuous current currentOne CUlrontOno currentOne
One of the most striking spectacles spectaclesrevealed spectnclesreyenled spectnclcsrevealed
revealed by telescopes Is that of the tboGreat thoGrllt theGreat
Great Nebula In Orion In the corn cornplexity com complexity complexlty ¬
plexity of its glowing streams spirals spiralsand splrnlBnnll spiralsand
and strangely shaped masses mnss s Inter Intercepted IntelceptOll Interceptotl ¬
cepted by yawning black gaps andsprinkled and andsprinkled nndsprinkled
sprinkled over with stars arranged In Insuggestive Insuggestfve insuggestive
suggestive groups and lines lnes It has few fewrivals fewrlvnls fewrivals
rivals In tho heavens The Impression Impressionof
of astonishment made by the sight ofthis of ofthis otthis
this nebula Is heightened by knowl knowledge Imowledgo lmowledge ¬
edge of Its enormous size The entire entiresolar on entiresolar tire tiresolar
solar system would appear ns a tiny tinyspeck tinyspoclt tinyspeck
speck beside bosl o It Yet this tremendous tremendousaggregation trcmendousItsgregnUon tremendousaggregation
aggregation of nebulous clouds and andstarry nndstarry andstarry
starry swarms has been proved by bvthe bvthelescarches theresearches the theresearches
researches of the late Professor Keel Keelor IteelCl Iieelor
or of tho Lick Observatory to he fly flyIng 11 11Ing flying
Ing away from the earth and tho sun sunnt snnat sumat
at the rate of eleven miles In every secend sec second secOUlU ¬
end But so vast Is Its distance that
100 years reveal no visual lsunl effects of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great nebulas nebulas swift retreat If It Itwero ItWC1O Itwere
were near by byIt It would seem to become becomerapidly bccomernpldly bocomuorapidly
rapidly smaller smallerTlio smnllerTho smallerThe
The Technical Education Et1uentlonIt ducntlonIt
It had been clearly recognized InEngland In InEngland I IEngland
England France and Germany Gelman and It Itwas itwas
was coming to be clearly recognized recognizedlu
In America that the technically tecI1l1Icall edu educated educated edumated ¬
cated man must be familiar as a mat matter mnttor puntter ¬
ter of course not only with practical practicaldrafting llI1ctlcnldrnrtlng practicaldrafting
drafting but with the processes ofconstruction of ofconstruction ofconshucllon
construction and with tho materials to tobo 10bo tobe
bo used It was also seen that the thetypical thetYl1lcal tinetypical
typical tools and the correct theory theor of oftheir oftheir It Itth
their th ll use as well as the rudiments ol oldrawing otdrllwlng ofdrawing
drawing Involved only simple slmptelle slmptellementa ele enemctte elements ¬
ments which were suited to the sec secondary seeondary ¬
1 1onl1iry
ondary school A great deal of time timecould tlm timecould 1 1coulcl
could could be saved sn yed to the student engagedupon engaged engagedupon cnsnll11pon
upon the tll study of civil mechanical mechanicalmining mechnnlcalmining mechanicalmdning
mining or electrical engineering ot otupon mupon orupon
upon the dy of architecture nrchltecture If hecould he hecould Ie Iecoulll
could learn his elemental1 drawing drawingaiSd drawinga drawingaid
aiSd a aid d get systematic practice In tool toolwork toolwork toolwork
work during the period of secondary secondaryeducation seeond u7 u7education lj ljoducntlon
education educationIt I IIt
It was also evident that In many ofof oj ojof 0 0ot
of tile ordinary arts of life exact draw drawIng drawII1C drawlag
lag and systematic toolwork toal work enter In Insuch 111such insuch
such a way ns to form tho basis tot fotall fl flall totall >
all the attainments of the skilled me mccimanic mechanic 111lcbanlc ¬
chanic It was thus felt that the boy bapwho bo bowho boywho
who expected to bo n 1 mechanic In Insome IIIsome insome
some one of the many trades would wouldgreatly wouldglently wouldgreatly
greatly profit by n systematic cours coursof coursot course courseof <
of Instruction and practice in draftlog draft drafting dl ft ftfng ¬
log and manual training in a second secondary slocol1lary secondary ¬
ary school 8clloolO 0 M Woodward In Harp Harpers liorpers Harpers ¬
ers Werkly WerklyOf W 1Ve ldy ldyOt lclyOf
Of the twentythree alleged centennrlane centen centenarians centenItlIans ¬
arians nrlane who died In Mas Massachusetts Massachusettsduring Ills n nchus busttts bustttsdurbug tts ttsdUllng
during 18UO eight were Irish
List of Officers Together With WithTime WltJ1Time 1Vit11Time
Time and Place of fleeting fleetingIN
Citizens Northwest Suburban SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation
Association AssociationMedina
Medina leetID are Held the First Friday FridayBrenloa FrldnEuala FridayEvening
Euala Evening In Each Month lu the Town TownIlnll TownII Towuhail
President Oharles 0 Lancaster Lancaster1st LancAsterht Lancasterlet
let YiosProsidont Col Robt LFleming L LFleming LFlemln
Fleming Flemln 2nd VicePresident Vice President Hon HonJohn HonJohn HonJohn
John D Henderson 8rd VioeProsi VioeProsident VloeProslJent Vioe Prosh Proshdent
dent John Sherman 4th VicoPresi VicoPresidont VlcoPrealdont Vieo Preei Preeident
dont Rev Joseph U MAllon 5th Vice VicePresident Vieol Vlceresident
President l > Rov J McBride MoD ride StcrroU StcrroUSecretary StcrroUISeorotary StorrettBeorotary
Secretary Dr J W Ohnppoll Treas Treasurer TreisIlrerOharles ¬
urer IlrerOharles Charles R R Morgan oULonle Chairman ChairmanExecutive Ohair ChairmanShoe man manExeonUvo
Executive Executivemaker r0ommitt Committee Louis P Shoe Shoemaker Shoonaker ¬
maker makerJSTTotal maker68Total nakerJ6rTotal
JSTTotal Membership about 150 150srigM 150 150Brlghlwood 150Brlghfwood
Brlghlwood srigM yood Avenue Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAss CitizensAssociation
Association Associationlleotlnna Ass AssociationMeottnpe clation clationlUeetlnl
lleotlnna are Hold the Second Friday Fri Friday FridaT ¬
day Evcnlns In Kacli Month InBrlghtwood In InDrlRlUvrooil inDrlbtood
President Louis P Shoemaker Shoemakerj j 1stVicePresident 1st 1stVice htVlcoPresldent
VlcoPresldent Vice President Wilton J Lambert Lambertj 2d 2dVicepresident 2 2VlcoPresldont 2dVieo
Vicepresident Vieo Presidont N E Robinson j 3d 3dVIcoProsident 3 3VicePresident 8dVicePresident
VicePresident Thomus lllugdon 4th 4thViooPresldent 4thVlocPreshlont 4thVloo
ViooPresldent Vloo Presldont Dr Hcijry Darling
Secretary John G Keene KeenejlrensUlcr KeenejlrensUlcrN Treasurer TreasurerN
N E Robinson liobiusonSgTTotal UoblnBOnaEiYTotnl Robinsong
g SgTTotal Totat Membership about 200 200North 200North 200North
North Capital and Eokington EokingtonCitizens EckingtonCitizensl EckinglonCitizons
Citizens Association AssociationJHeetlnc AssociationDieetings
JHeetlnc leetlo are Held the Fbtrth Mou Mouday Moud Mou Mouday
day d Eronlne In Each fllouth In the theChurch thaChurch tbeObure
Obure Church of orthe the United Brethren Cornor Cor Corner CorlIer ¬
nor North Capitol au aua U ll HtrccU dtrocteOFFICERS HtrccUOFFICERS Urec UrecOFFICERS
President Irwin B Linton Vice Vicepresident VicePu VicePresident
president Pu ldent Washington Tophnm TopbamTreasurer TophnmTreasurer
Treasurer TV W Porter Secretary I
A O 014ngley Tingleyj Executive Committee CommitteeThe GoruniitteaThe OommltteeThe
The officers and Messrs Jay F Ran Rancroft 1111ucroCi Banoroft
croft Theo T 1 Moore and W J JPowlor Jr1wlor JIowlor
Powlor PowlorBQfTotal r1wlorI1GrTotll1 Iowlort
BQfTotal t Total Membership about 2801akoma 280 280Moma 289 289r
Moma r koma Park Citizens Asso Association As o oelaUon oelation ¬
elation elationIxeettngs ciationMeotlnui elaUonIIeeUnK
Meotlnui are Held the Lad Friday TrldayKvanlng JlrltlaTIn Fridaylivaning
Kvanlng In Eoch Month In theTown the theTown tberown
President J B Kinnear Vine ViooPresident ViaoPresldont VineProsidont
President J Vance SeoretaryDet Secretory SecretoryBepJ SoretnryDetJ
BepJ Det j G Davis Treasurer ft t PWilliams P F8rTotal PWilliams
Williams WilliamsTotal
Total Total Membership about 100FOR 100 100FOR 100FOR
Several traota of land near nel1rDrlghtwuod nel1rDrlghtwuodnil Brlqhtwood Brlqhtwoodind
ind nil Takomq also Building Lots onprightwood on onBrlghtwood onDrlghtwood
Brlghtwood Are and 14th Street roadmule road roadLouis rOMLouis
Louis mule P Shoomakor920 Shoemaker 020 F St N WR W WR WR
Residence and au P 0 Address AddressKENIL AlldrossKENILWORTH AddressKENILWORTH
Cement Walks nlb Concrolo Collars andgenernl and andgeneral nndurI11
general urI11 cement work dono on short no notice notko norties ¬
tko Country work a specialty specialtyPure epoclnltyrn specialtyirtit3tiitiSlLGlfitf3faM1liitffiLiljriciitibrif
rn irtit3tiitiSlLGlfitf3faM1liitffiLiljriciitibrif rnrn rnmmm mmt m fimi f K KPure nt ntPure
Pure Drugs Drugsdruggists r gs AND ANDDruggists AND4 AND4Druggists °
druggists Sundries SundriesMay
Ma May be had In endless variety at atTUB at1I1B atTas
TUB MoDinit FiuitUAor where wheretho wheretho wherethe
tho greatest care Is always alw y IXOJo IXOJoclled sxorctaea xor xorclied
clied In ailing Prescriptions ProseriptloniStop PreacrlpttonStop Prescriptionsstop
Stop In and Look Ow Oar Display of ofSurgical r rSurgloal FSurgical
Surgical Goods and Appliances AppliancesMill AppllanoesMill 8 8Mill
Mill Ordtu Or iri Promptlr prompt ml an Carrtttll Correctl Corre tlJ filled filledRUPTURE FIIIi FIIIiRUPTURE
RUPTURE teaoonstsntdanger teaoonstsntdangeradjust IacOnltlLntdln er erunIon
1 unless held in oh ebeok ebeokby ok okby
Wn Wnthem
by a wellnttlnir TRuBS TRlio8S W WI adjust adjust adjustthem all1utI
them eolontlflcally 1010ntlll08U and refund money mono
It not satisfactory aatblfactol Also make a a ups ipololtyot upslaity po po1A1t
I loltyot 1A1t laity of Blaitloooodi BlaitloooodiLady Elaltlo Elastlo0ooduLady Oood OoodlAd
Lady lAd and Gentleman Attendants AttendantsTICbKFllOXX AttendantsTBLBI1I0fE AttendantsvsazrmioNENO
vsazrmioNENO TICbKFllOXX MO tOO tOOThe h hThe
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The ModernPharmacy Modern ModernPharmacy I IPharmacy
Pharmacy PharmacyUli I IHE
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Woods Gommarciai College j
no I i f C OPhono Phono 1738 1738Eitnlililicd 1738Elnbhhcl11883 738Ednbluhed
Eitnlililicd Elnbhhcl11883 1880 and heartily h l1rtUr endorsed ondoricdby
by It nudouM nudouMSUMMER utudoouSUMMER udent udentSU
Now Is I a good tlmo to commence New Newclasses Newflusscs Newelussos
classes formed every monday inondayProposition monduyPoposlUon mondayProposition
Proposition No i iComplete ICompleto 1Complete
Complete Course in Shorthand Type Typewriting Typerltlng Typewrlthig
writing rltlng 50 This Thl will 111 entitle a per pertun person
son to instruction day or ovmilug ovnllln until untilproficient ulltilIruficlent untilproficient
proficient and position is secured securedProposition soouredProposition securedProposition
Proposition No 2 2Complete 2Completo 2Complete
Complete Course in Bookkeeping and andEnglish nndEnglish andEnglish
English e50 50 This will entitle a per person IJor80n persun ¬
son to tf Instruction day or evening until untilproficient untUIrofielollt untilproficloot
proficient und position is secured securedProposition 8eCUr 8eCUrProposition securedProposition
Proposition No NO3 NO3Completo 3Complete 3 3Complete
Complete Courso in Shorthand Typo Typowriting f Xwriting fwriting
writing Bookkeeping and any an otbot othotsubject otbotsubjoot I IsubJeot
subject the pupil pupllmny may solect G5 Thi Thiwill 1hiwill y ywill
will entitle a person to instruction day dayor tinyor
or evening until proficient and position positionis
is secured
Proposition No NO4 NO4Comploto 4 4Complete qInstruction
Complete Courso of instruction u in inTypewriting InlypolVrltlng
Typewriting t 10 This will entitle a aperson BpellOn auntil
p person isoml to instruction day or evening eveninguntil ovenlnguutll eveningentitle
until proficient proficientProposition profiolentProposition proficientProposition
Proposition No No5 No5Con1ploto 5 5Complete 5Coralploto
Complete Courso for GovornmentPosl GovornmentPosUtloii GovornmentPosltlolI
tloii Civil Service or Census Celis us 10 This Thiiwill Thi Thiwill Thiswlil
will entitle a person to II instruction day dayor dnyor dayor
or evening until prepared prpnre to pas paslSth paslSthexamll1utioll pass the thedomination thtoxatninatluu
Proposition No No6 No6Completo 6Complete 6 6Comploto
Complete Course in English Branches llrnnchese
e 50 This will entitle u person to in inBfruction Instructlon instructiou
Bfruction day ° or evening until profs profioiont llroqclont profsclout
Proposition No NoProlarntlon 7 7Preparation 7Preparation
Preparation for College Including
Latin Greek English and Mathematics MathematicsPrivate MathomatlcsPrhate DlatmowatiesPrivate
Private lessons or class instructions instructionsApply InstructionsApply InstructionsApply
Apply for rates ratesProposition rntesProposition ratesProposition
Proposition No No8 No8Private 8 8Private 8Privato
Private and class instructions to coach coachpublic coachpubllo coachpubllo
publlo school pupils so they can enter enternext elltornext outernext
next grade ihrco months 10 ono onomonth onomunth onomunch
month 4 4Tlio 4Tho 1 1The
The rates given are for cash but satis satisfactory sntlsfnctory satisfactory ¬
factory arrangements may bo made to topay topny topay
pay in installments installmentsVVopos InstnllmontsWOODS InstallmentsWoons
Gentlemen GentlumtmI Gentlemen GentlemenI
I am indeed In oed glad that I took the course coursoIn courtleIn courseIn
In Stenography und Typewriting in your yourInstitution yourhuStitUtlulI yourittstitutimi
Institution After having attended utt ndea five fivemonths fiv fivmonths fivemouths
months I could write ono hundred word wordsper wordper wordtper
per minuto minutoI
I think all who conscientiously pursue pumiatheir PUrlUOtheir pursuetheir
their studies under your guidance willin will willin willIn
in a n short whlln become thoroughly thoroughlyequipped tl1oroughlyequipped thoroughlyequipped
equipped Btonocrnphons BtonocrnphonsI
I can certainly recommend Woods WoodsCommercial WoodsCommerolat WoodsCommercial
Commercial College CollegeVery CollegeV CollegeVery
Very V ory sincerely
JANIK H ETHKBIDOB ETHKBIDOBWashington ETIIFnIDosWl1sblngtoo EruzntoosWashington
Washington D C Nov 10 101899 101899Paov IBJD IBJDPRO 18UIPRO >
Am delighted with your method of oftraining 01training oftraining
training pupils in the Civil Service SorvlcoCourse SorvlooCourse ServiceCourse
Course CourseAs CourseAs CourseAs
As a teacher of Bookkeeping you youcannot Y011cannot youcannot
cannot be excelled j under your instruc iustruatiun instruction Instruotlon ¬
tion it becomes an intensely interesting interestingstudy Interostlngstudy Interestingstudy
study instead of a n dry bugbear bug boar ol olaccounts ut utaccount oaccounts oaccountsFor
accounts accountsfor accountor
for or a good practical business educa education education educatint ¬
tion one must go to Woods oods Commercial CommercialCollege CommorolalCoHegt CommercialCollege
College CollegeWishing
Wishing you unbounded unboundedsuccesa success I am amYours amYours amYours
Yours truly
1012 I St NW Washington D C CTo Cfo CTo
To whom it rnay 1114 concern concernI
I advise all persons who have any idea ideaof Ideoof ideaof
of attending a business collego to take takelUrJo a aon asureo
sureo lUrJo Ilt Woods Commercial College Collegeon
on accent aCC < HlUt of its quick and easy systems systemsin
in shorthand and typowriting and also alsoits alsoIt alsoIts
It its is experienced teachers I was a pupil pupilof pU111of pupilof
of this College for five months in the tnoShorthand thoShorthnnd theShorthand
Shorthand Department Do nartmont when I was waaoffered wasoffored wasoffered
offered a situation situation as Court lioportor in inWest inWeet InWest
West Virginia and It was through this thisCollege thisCollego thisCollege
College that I was successful in my mywork mywork mywork
work I think that any student ought to tocomplete tocompleto tocomplete
complete a conrsu at this College in five fivtor fiveor fiveor
or six months and with a great deal oi oistudy 01study cistudy
study and nn oftbrt in much less time TJi TJiProfessor The TheProfe8sor TimeProfssor
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