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[fl PUBLI8SK0 WVKKLY BY JNO- H. SRABILL ?SUBSCRIPTION? LOO Por Veair, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. CoflDrrjimicatlons of private nature charged for as advertising. HERALD JOE3 OPPICB is con.|.lcte in every resp<x-t. Woik done on -^hort notice and on the most r asonu *le terms. Vol. 93 Woodstock, Virginia, Friday, January 28,1910. No. 4 ADVERTISING RATBS Adel rtlseSBBBBBl will be inserted at One Dollar per square of t?.n lines or less, for the fllll liliesMoil and 50 cents for each subset ueut lnssrtlc*A. aSTQuarterly or yearly adver tisements by contract. B^TUnless the number of inser? tions is marked upon the manu? script, advertisements will be pub? lished until forbidden and charged accordingly. - c ^uea^ ?1 rn Sonic Alcohol Questions %te alcohol a tonic? No! Does it make the blood pure? [No! Does it strengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayers [ Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? ?Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves? Yes! Is it the only [Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your! f doctor about this non-alcoholic medicine. If he approves, j ir confluence will be complete. J.C.AycrCo.,LoweU.M<m. \ DuMbovsl I)?U girls! Dull min! Dull won !n! Ilea Traded! Downhearted! Al vrv oftefl due to constipation! Yvt the cure b >fi bjsv, fcysr's P'Ak. Ask yaawrslechw'. VALUABLE. PROPERTIES For Sale l>t A .very desirable new resi r of the residential : ihlenberg St , Wood hrge reception f, front and A G . Said ali : lings. Trice reasons f tl ? ff ^id^ncps in . .-. V a . 9 r tomi, I .tb, hot tier, collat sud all nrces I ogs. i'; ob less than -t. of il il valuable shenandoah oo mt*f. 1*42 lettes Isnd, ISO ai i and no cio^s Jost by prodaee crops equal to ? per nera. Large ?k dwelling house, a good auk barn 90 the entire base rid all other nrcessary out Finely watered, half mile Ntuticn. Ons of ihe best arma in the coentiy. In a quick pnmbasi r. ? J. N. DAVIS & CO. Estate Agents. itoek. Va. If You Want to Drive, Crme Here running a I!1*st ci.as ' Woodstock with rr\ h< ? !.;rou laasas jon wtlleav < CH '. borsee and nice N \i> looking OCItflt which leaves my Des reasonable and good J. W. HOLTZMAN FOR SALE* ?. sidenee on i nurcb St... V l., built wubin the l&ft best mal contain n hall, kitchen, ano bath room, metal :. i al ellar, front and i If ctr ic lights and pure aler in house. Ibis prop I ply to be seen to be ap !': lee reasonable. Apply J. N. DAVIS vV 00. WANTED . fee a customer, a good prod ictlvs farm, of from BO" to 75 ? f land, (which is not hilly) utti. [rood dwelling, barn and all other - irj outbuildings in good con on. Situated from one to three - wt il ol Woodstock. For a farra lull we will pay cash, if not priced too high. Ap; ly lo J. N. DAVIS k CCP Heal Estate Agents Woodstock, Va. Collecting. I do collecting. AU claims given Dpt attention, A. GARRETT CARTER, COXSTAHI.K, Aj?t. Mutual L'fe Insurance Co. of rk. If you want a 20 vear life :;ent. flea BBS a call or drop a -3 mo. Raw Furs Wanted. I will bs at the freight depot Id vioodatock, Va, every Court Das, buj ll g *?" d shipping. Don't sell un? til i me and I will surprise yon st tne prices I am paying for skins. My ;jn years experience will enable trw eas you full value for jour Writs for pr H. H BILLER, Orkney Springs, \"a. 1" lt pd. MR. FARMER Von n* ? OB \"u: farm. Why BX SSW I I can furnish you with a complete power plant at a small .line engines at the follow? ing pru 2 Horse Posse. $ 75 00 . 110.00 4 *' *? . 12500 . 1 ? . 17").00 ' :.LS from SUMM up. Vfl at a reasonable price. ?.-.nraoteed. Call or write me, N. S. KIM LEK, VlROlNIA. Ice Cream it.tlv on hand at the <>rCreamery Wood l Va. ALL [CE ( LI.AM AND ICES OU A KAN TEED PURE. Leave your orders for Sunday creams, only, at i*x>n Jfc Smoot's Drug Store Our i?3e plant la bow in operation. A W. NICODEMUS A SONS, Wr>?DSBjocK. Va. Frtb 2fi?1 vr Belling. Belting. v\> mv prepared to sell eosloa *nd at prices, which defy competition. Send for mice*. J. A. DYSART & CO Agents for the National Laatthftt Melting (>o. WVOD&9QC% VfRGKIIA. BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF SHENANDOAH COUNTY. ITTOBXBTiS-AT-LAW. BJ. L v \lton, Collection K. D. N lu man, Di :**?rtment. ST, L. Nkwman. Notary P?b-ic VV ALTON A WALTON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Vi oodstock, Va. Practice in State and Federal Courts. T S. TAVENNER. J.H. HAUSERMAN A V ti N N El I & BAUS E11M A N, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Woodstock, Va. ? EMULL BORDEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Regan practice in 1878, Owner and Mti na fer of The Shenandoah Valley Collection and Adjustment Agency, established 1890. I'ost-offlce address Calvary, Shenandoah county. Va. F. H. BRUMRACK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Woodstock, Va. Office: In "Lewers Row," former? ly occupied by the late 1\ W. Magruder. LiUSH IL WILLIAMSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Woodstock, Va. I afliONWSALTH'S ATTORNEY POK I HENANI) ?AH COUNTY. Will practice in adjoining counties. Will be in New Market every Satur? day. D PHYSICIANS. : Md . BOPFMAN, TOM'S BROOK, VIRGINIA. Having decided to lc cate at Tom's Brook, I offer my piofessional see vices to the people Ol that place and vicinity. Calls promptly answered dav or night 9-10-'09. D R. J. H. SMOOT, Having located io Woodstock, ean be found at his residence on North Muhlenburg Street, the late residence of Dr. J. L. Campbell, when not pro? fessionally engaged. D il. I). D. CARTER, I Knee and Residence South Main St. Woodstock, Virginia. i. -vial attention given to Sur? gery. 1'Hoxi: Cali. 38. D W. S. CLINE, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. t Call*, answered day or nigh* o.ii ?-? and residence North Malo st. March 4?tf. DENTISTS. D Ii. J. B. RUSH, DENTIST, Woodstock, Virginia* Established in I88D. Ottos South Main Sire11. Terms Cami. Fhii. T. F. LOCKE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office Main St., Woodstock, Va. B?$r Chloroform, ethe*- and cocaine need for painless extraction of teeth Dec. W lvr. frail. J.e. BOWMAN, DENT 1ST, Woodstock, Virginia. Office on Court Street, BOOTS the office of Tavenner k Bauseimau. May B, '0*4-lyr. BUSINESS CARDS Woodstock Marble Works WOODSTOCK, VA. Monuments, Tombs and ail kinds of Cemetery Work. Lowest prices in the Valley. Give us a call. L. IT. SNYDER. Barber Shop. Ccu Rf Hr., Wooprtock Va. | Wadden Frave1f Vropr. Shave. 10 I Ilaire it.... Ift Singe. 15 J Suamp4>o.. If Facial Massage. 2Tj Tonic Rub. fi and 10 Shaving Corpse? 1.00 Shave away from shop 25 Haircut ,r " 30 Haircut and shav*. away from ?-hop ft air Prompt attention given to il customers. A Share of the public patronage so liciud. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Buying In His Note. Colouel ciii was a idoueef legislator. merchant and hanker ul th* \est pock* et variety. it was seldom thal Colonel Rill gol caught hy a debtor, se ifne-rring eas UBI judgment '?! UtKHl. bUl Ins tians;*.,' , tion with old utan HISIlBerroU e? ns au 1 excepUou tu ins rule. Hiaiikertou got 1 lutu Colonel Bill's k-dger lu ibe amount "t Sdi) and tin.illy balnucejj tlst* account with a note. When thc paper ams a BNIg time overdue shd there was no prosperi nf a settlement, to tfte eminent disgust of i the colonel. In* declared, ar lt ll a strong Anglo-Saxon emphasis, thal lu* would sell BlauUeriou's Bots lor ."?'? cents on the dollar. The statement wa* not long reaching the ems of the maker jf the note, lie met the eulorel in ihe village street one day and accosted bira: "Bill. beard you'd offered ti) sell my note for 50 cents ou the dollar.*1 "Yes; I will." "Will you sell it to me mi tlmt rats?" "Yes. slr; I'll sell it to you si (hat rate." "All right. Hill; make out a new note." Colonel Rill's symptoms of apoplexy became noticeable from inst Bioioent. ?Chiengo Kecord-Herald. The Oldest Joke. It will he dlfflcull to discover an old* er practical Joke luau Hint ol lue cop* persniltb a Dd the maker al brazen lin* for ihe temple ot Osiris, widrh is embodied lu Egyptian in* riptious dat* lng from the reign of Menes, founder of Memphis, wno rnled ovsr v.oou years ago According lo ancient rec ords, there dwelt net ween tln-se two craftsmen a quiet man whose desire was for peace sud srbo wa*- BSdlJ ' turbed i?y lbs noisy occupations car ried on ly bis busy Betgbbors. He tberefore ssked each ol them io suv for what sum they would cl...: ge H.cir dwellings. This ibey did. Kacb ralcn lated the smouiil required, and be. be lng sntlsned. paid it over io I new. "Now." lie saged of the coppersmith. "where ls your ben dwelling? "I bs ve ta:.cn i hal of lue* maker ol Im ages." was ihe reply. ?'And \ < . tiueried His quiet mau ol Har Wttei "whither gia**l HniU?.lo Hie (mus* ol the coppersmith!" Thi-' lu alie ot many In len lol I ages which me w. ven mi rib anti legend sue UifJei uufj tu m>- ;i; co.or He Needed ?>e Clerk. When flu i 'an ImMI w h* In tb tietb congress bs stole a clerk Congressman s.-oit s< ott wus .1 nev. member ano was made elia trina 11 ul 1 commit'ee win ii gave bim ,-i ? lt*rksbifi He km a \ nfliing ul* ait ins < ivrk Campbell riki Iii mugil mutt** means or another In bad tl ferret! tu his uivii moimi 1 tee. Sis months iate! Sent I learned ul Ihe trleS sleet lng Ct iu|?li 'll. lie **: "Tlmt eran :i nice piece nf |a?Hj ceny." "Tut. tut. Mr. rteoit." said Campliell: "my commutes needed ti clerk worse then yours" ri.cn. aritb twinkling eyes, he routllilied. "You :ire ;i mil lioualre and can afford io hire ball ;i dosen clerks, srosk? 1 11111*1 gu 10 thc government fur mei i. ai assistance." Tuc ready reply si msed Scott. Tbs two men were si a ays lbs hest ot friends thereafter. Anxious Tr-.vcling. A traveler in tto**fci noticed (Ml the train tie entered was all decora lsd with flags and banners, anti si station il passed alowl a companv ul soldiers sud a band plavins, the nation* ni anthem. 1 he traveler nsk.-d :t brakeman the reason of nil 1 ti irs cere mony. The brakeiusu, lowering his voice, replied: "1 dou't Bund Iel Ing yon. sir- hut In the strictest conodei* e. t?e it under* stood- that a carriage in this train ha> beeD engaged for bia* majesty. Hut bis majesty, os a matter of tact. won't Set off till this evening. Thus ihe plot batched against him may take efleet oe ibis train, yon see, and our gracious sovereign will be saved.*' Ihe brakeman tout lied his cjip and pnessd on. and the traveler, ?uddenlj grown pale and nervous, s;:ir?*d from lbs window anxiously. The First Patent cn Matches. Before laT*X srhen tronties nuitehes: willi phosphorus were made lu V lenna, people srere dependent npun timi ann *!<-el IO secure a light. The I; rsl pal ont for a phosphorus uiaicb IB Hie United Wales wus lassa sat la ISTJH by A. IL Pliilipps ol springfield. \la?-s Kof many res s peotSJs relnssd lo ase 1 bern, hut by ivl? Me ni smelling and clumsy old limier lanes were generally discarded sml rtre itfcweried, Ilks suufi* boxes, as eui ktsitkas. ? Out of His Line. Western Kenine. \\ ell. N endell. what was |be store to?tn\; Little Koa ton Hoy - Kea.'U. I do not know, ls ll not your opinion ( n-ie \N iiiiain. thal Ile* I brtstu bl (lenient and Ai hana-ins furnishes a nu n mort* lemmie oasis foi .1 iiiion.i. ineory ol creal Hts than is afforded Bj inst et Augustine: (.'Imago Tribune #C- r. p - lent. Irate fauasujMf I lietlev^ youie j tirivti'ir oter rrery atoos in His reed! I l?rl\er- Waal, sir. u takes a puny I gund driver io Blt rm all Hosiun Herald. The Real Trouble. "Woman's IgiMiranCf of cooking kj the baas of mat 1 leil life." No; It's wmn.Mi - IgOufnneS of her ly:???ranee of rooking." Hoston Trun srttpl Kindness has (inverted more sin? ners than seal, eloquence or learning.? F. U. Ea ber. Self Possessed. Mrs. Man-, kids Tln-re is one Iking ?bout our gins-fhe\ are always sell > sged. Papa AI a ny kids (grimly ) Yes. they're too self possessis! I wish llu'.v'd get some one else to po&<eH? them. Liszt's Advice, r.eltig asked one day what one should do in order lo lax-omc nu elbeient piano player. IJsfl replictl laeotd ally. "Uue must eat neil sud a.ok smwb*.' Cullins Rad Tsp**. Ilanj ... as _ risa ste toM of ways in Wbtcta poatoOce officials) be? elined to keep too rigorously to the letter of their regulations, have been tbwsrtcd, on one occasion a mau . ?ked for SMO penny stamps ami ten j Bienl in copper. The ofBcial *: to re riva it. whereupon the man began buting and paying for one stamp at i time. Before he had gol l donen In thal way the postofflcs official had surrendered, lt must have bees lbs same man or a near relative who ons Rundsy went into a lawtofflce that was open for telegraph business only. IL* bended in n slxpeuny telegram and asked to he supplied with two stamps be could tot have stamps) telegraph business only was transact? ed. Innocently lie asked "If Be might have his telegram bach for i momeot to add something. Be ad..'cd four words to it and tendered the additional twopence. The form was returned to him with tho stamps to affix. Cross Ing out the four Additional words, he Rinsed the sixpenny stamp, pushed tho telegram sndef tbs counter rall and walked out with his two stamps. ?Lon? don Ta tier. Extrema Absentmindedness. "The queerest case of absentminded noss that I have ever known of." re narked the night clerk of n certain ho? tel, "was that which happened nt this hotel early yesterday morning. Two fallon boarders one Jones by name and the other whose name ls Brown. OCCnpled a room on the third floor. "Well. Hrown requested me to hive him wakened Bl 8 o'cloek ho as to al low him to catch the 4 o'cloek train Ile was awakened at the requested time, and In his hurry to dross himself he put on Jones' clothes by mistake Ile did not discover his mistake until he reached the depot, and. would yen l>oliove lt"?here tho speaker pSUSCd "when he found out that he was wear lng some one else's clothes he hume Stately returned to the hotel and wen? right to bed." "I don't see my Bbeeottotndec about that," broke In one of the listen srs. "You don't? Why. he thought that I had awakened the wrong man." Lif*5 at the Pole. T.I fe nt the pols ls a perpetual I nature. In which man ls often d "lie srss ffoeen to death" ls ?i a end of many biographies. While n man ls In health they speak of him n "stronger than death." as if death wen a WStctlfnl enemy always walting f< r .n .*. I'.ut lite ls on a large sc;.!. up tl -re. instead of ibe petty alterns lions of night and day tl.cy have tl greal seai 'i. and, s I er il ; are wall lg llgfci of sun -mer or . ' f winter. they enjoy a keen delight Ifl the pros peet of a chan re such ss we ran never know Iii the tamer arrangements ol our climate. The long dark mass sol keep them wholly inactive We read Of expeditions after hear and bunting ob the Ice hy torchlight, bul in lbs main their winter ls given up to story tell? ing, conversation and contemplation. Bored No More. "Yes." said the famous M. P.. "I used to be pestered to death by a bore. My secretary wus a good natur* ed. obliging chap, and he could never timi It lu his heart to turn the bore away. Just BS sure as I was in the hors was certain to be admitted. "< ?ne day. alter au hour's martyr dom al tin1 man's hands. I determined to end that persecution. .So I called my secretary and said to bim mys terioasly: " Tarton, do y> u know what makes Smith come here sn regularly? "'No, slr,' said i aiton, '1 can't say I do.' '"Well. PartoeV sahl 1, 'I don't mind telling you in confidence that he's after your job' "FroO that day." coucluded the ll P., "I saw uo more of the bore."?Lon don Scraps. Seventeen Year Locusts. The seventeen year locusts are some? times called Pharaoh's locusts because they mske a sound that resembles the repeating over and over of that historic natue. The notes or^srfngs are liol what might lie termed vocal, as they are pro din ed by the rapid vibrations of two v?*ry thin films that cover a small cav? ity at the base of the sbdomen. In some localities the sound produced ls somewhat different from thal heard In Other SST tiona Along streams, espe? cially along the Ohio river, the notes are more bass, while on the hlchluud** and esperlally In the mountain regions the sounds produced are more shrill. Omaha World Herald. An Advantage. A well known Scottish clergy aaa got info conversation In a railway ear riggs with a BrorklngrBBB, who inform 4*d him that he had I teen a coupler on a railway for several years "('h.' *>n .i the minister. **| can beat that! 1 have bees I coupler for over twenty yt "Aye." replied the workman, "but I can um ouplc, and you canna !' A Mortal Insult. Mrs. Dlmpleton- I want ycu to .jet another doctor right off. IMmpleton? What's the BJBtteT BTlth this one: Mrs Diinpleton-What do yon Bannons he ??aid about babyl Hf leal nw i must treat him like a human PSlBgl Brotherly Resentment. Young Mainer (proudly*-Everybody Says tho baby .? oks like tue. P.a. helor P.rothcr fan in zed i?The spiteful things iiim't say that te your face, do thi*y? Secrets. "Don't complain of people telllo* yob Beere la/* seal L'uele Kben. "Dey couldn't do it if yon bsdn't stsbted lt.** ? Washington Star. Mrs. MalapTp. -Yon StintB'l '?Ink you rasghl io run around barefooted*'So!.>*.'? aald Hrs Lap-liiiL' eh Uucp . "Jual tann** Nf*) by Slaplelt.i I d< i's He's Bo centurion lo go by."-russell's .lounml. En ?r\ G-oken. Mer hud I have Hud hard lih-k - lost nil my money. Sui:. \ - Janie Ij >?"> wonk! not wish to kass your Baanga*** aase.-Fliegende isintu*. Read/ Wit Macy g rles*ai ?? told of the '. ... t" Craig, for IO many years a familiar figure on the Lulldon cricket and football grounds. 0:1 one oren ?ion Craig began al t!ie oval. "Gen? tlemen, tids is my favor!ts ground/1 when some Olie Interrupted: "Craig, you said that at Leyton last Week." "Yes, slr." returned >ho una bashed poet, "and I shall sa) ll at Canter bury next week. I he ground or. which the noble game Li heirn.: played before an aasemblj "f lutellljrcui ami enlightened purcli issn -.f my poe ls always my favorite gr ll! I for the time holm/." Hut Crain koew how m keep in lm pertinent Interrupt! r Iii Once a stout, rod or. :<e In nu one nf his spec, 'a - you're making a kit of i fools When are you go :; In at up a pub''' " "When you como nod live next door to mo. sir!" was the nuswvr, and the red faced man turned crimson. Another man at the Oval once said: "Now. Craig, tell us how much you've made out of had poetry." "??More, I Venture to say. sir. than you've made out of bad mannoij*'" Loodoo Scraps The Wall Street Game. Tho burning question on Wall street ls always whether storks will go up or down. If any man Brerr able to sb -"??r lt correctly he could make him self a millionaire in a day. but speen latlon ls neither a fortune te'llng nor H BS muling game, ned the man who he lioves otherwise ls bound to lost I money and to Join the ranks of tin* ? consolate, disgusted and depleted ? make tho outcry sgalnsl the evils of Well street, says Leslie's Weekly. The winner In Wall street is gifted with ths same business characteristic ; that bring success In any line of enter j prise. Ile ntlllxt I in buying selllrn: sh oks. Just as he Would If were engaged lu merchandising !!<?! knows, for Instance, tlmt prosper conditions are ?) by whal called the bank exchanges, hy mil war ! earnings, the record of failure**:, the condition of tin* Iron market, the bal j ance <>f trade and sBpectslly the out look for the < n<ps Bal *d Cu?2*^e Orr-elc's. Raked cheese nmelels are moat ? tl/.ing and may be prepared In several A good tee'.j.e calls for a pin' of milk, four large eggs, one DOOnful of flour, one of ii -i i tenet - ?. ful of snit. Let the milk heat OB the stove until lt roache. the bolling point. Beni the I utter and r ? : gradually mix ll with lue lu*4 re I kai on ? rm. I Let it cool and add Hm Pelting Hie yolks and tho white; -?e* rim tel j The w liltcs ' ? beal en to a? stilt a froth as possible. Pour -t into a ! atti red dish, sprin Rle ihe top with grated cheese and fold some ? f 'he cheese tbrough thc omelet The mw e ebeese nm .! Ihe letter Let the omelet bake for half bb hour or until it la solid i Ibal If win aol "run" when dipped ant with a ?-? it should bake in a bot oven.?New York Tribal ? Corn, 0st3 and '/heat a*3 "Seeds." St ho. i chlldrefl in tbs crowded par; of New York do not speck of corn aral oats and wheat bj those names, but al I refer te them as "seeds." The Iher day In one of the big schools thc . -her was talking to her pejntls Bboul .dening. She ended with a request fi r ea h pupil to bring a few seeds the neil il ly lo bs planted In the windon buses The f? (lowing irs . Ming tbs etall -Ten np; pured mostly with either sell wheal ur com. While puning a few grains ol each In Ibe earth the reechi i re I erred '*?? them by iheir familiar names. One of (bf uirls in the class COUragC to "set lbs teach *f right" and s;iid: "Home ons must 'a' told yoe Wrong, teoclur That." pointing to the Wheat, "N bread -ced. an' that yellow stun* ain't cern; it's pigeon seed. vVe always call them that in the block Where WS live "-New York Sun Pcstr For the Husband. Returning borne from Atlantic City. n Kraokfurd man drew a photograph carefully from his pocket and showed it tu I-is wife. Said lie. "There's a man who's in love with you." ll was not a good picture, one of those cheap phigpong photographs. The bSBSJSnd had uot been in a condi? tion to be will "taken." aixl there was little like BBSS, His wife looked at the picture for tervete! minutes, very much puzzled. I ir Illy "he spoke Up: "Why, lt's .lim! Where did you see himv And \ibers dbl you get this! And what did he tell you?"-Philadel? phia Ti mea. To Tame Him. "So you're going to Introduce bi sr* ball among the prisoners? I don't ap? prove. What will become of dlsei plitie." "If a man gets foo obstreperous." re |I:m1 Um* wurdee confidently, "we'll make him umpire." - Philadelphia I .edger. A Matter of Hours. Ra*ajBjr-\Vhat is the difference be tween n woman's whist club and a Ulan's pok?*r cl uhr Wangs-Why. In one you get home h' dinner and lu lite other to breakfast. -Newark Star. Advantage of Education. "Are you satisfied with '.li.* rSSttllS of tia- course whl'h your daughter fol lowed at collegsf "Perfectly ni tailed She is going to man v one of tia i rs." Excesses In youth are drafts Bf ? ohl nge. payable about thirty yean after date.-Chicago News. ????? * Jnusual Lu k. "So you've rested laen kuunteil house wide was on join ha mis ??? long, "^es; rented il lo sn a< "Did be timi out Hs reputation ;'' "That's Hie very thing w nub de elded nilli lo take I bf loman "P :lher surprls.n-: " ?*He sai'1 i -.M ii ii i :? ?u '\ n rentfoet for tihe to | ? ? -i |e ? I S neille where Ihe gB*H winked every nigkl.' Halli ? more A merkao. H . . ! '' tits. If we rtr< p :i ; ? ? .".r into a ci | ? il || (aires i UM *.l lt allowed to t Bl HIS I ot i he v ?-l. om it w. In d u up in ol ibe ibpild it di i'bls I lo thi PB r as it i: ll lim lt t vlei I ' ? ? l. gibe) milan ? r oi iv y irvititty I l ' th ur p? ri lined lu the bul I om i I the layer ol fluid n? vt ii is i sw .?.?!.:..-il , ri, v ????? * tica.'ly ceases to (liss. \\ ? the sweetened and in- ? ; above it neting for n ? i mull ibe law - i dillaston <?-.. Bili into play, i impervtoiis roi erinn, lu keeping uack ibe l lg bl er. nu sweetened Ituid above: beucv ibe res why stlrrlug, lu breaking. ii| I layer and _r no ress to ibe in iv i |sn th u, ls v< effectual In hIsjui form *-?" eetei lng nf lea. Life t lu frequently sweeieued by lbs sums ring up pro. es.4. The Family Pz'*r, Tlie wrif. . ? . nf tue stud perks! was 1 win mtuiiifc ?? Isjy In dlrij. wi chitin slum bcd H 'waj i? lier's desk bs drawled. "!' wai lld Iel Jim g ' now." ts Mis* Davin looked 0 doiih1 fill, h ? ndded, "Hs kin come ha* 1 way " The pern I* Inn given, the two badlj i. half marred 1 th*' most f - family In ibe district si lira. Very shortly Jim re ? ng a pleased rind lm| * smile on bbl little face. "I come ss avon's I could. Pa': bl 'lier's dyin' to Poplar," he annoutn "ed cheerfully. "That's why pa wanted il yon werei I y n't stay bon* se a lp. j went at all." answered ibo hov. ii.' ria. ? Why. pa's 'in. "Yes. but w. t luis that to do with .?" saked the teacher ?'Pa bad ? have ina suapenders.' .Urn's matter ul fad reply.?Es ?li.inge. The Power of Snails. One day by way of experiment 1 immessed two coinmou gardeo snail ?^un carriage to see if thej .1 Hid pull it elong, says ? writer Ju a i. udoii . . -. Although the gUli a heavy leaden uoe, tin nally that I loe led carrlags with sm.ii I. 'J wever, ware nior. the task. Anxious P : t I heir powers still further. 1 Bl '. -d a lo) cannon unsds of lead ano bi issi behind the gun eu rr ia ge, but the d :aeir sdditiuiial load moved a th ? li aiiw apparen: ? <? I dc id. d ti igli lbs en li lion, gen carriage an I . t and to iui . ? ? ' surprise found b tai weighl t?- be almost om* I ?und. I venture to (bink this a vcr, t mad Pit wo snails to man.: Toe Frying Pan. people nie always decrying th ing pan. rurtd au experienced rook "Put the nun.: th?*\ .rete! lo rooking meat, etc., 1:1 1 alia How |mu with bul tm as ra I-ts ti t renili in lng lt; it I ssutelng. Hie real Iryiug pan is ; desi lied sritli hoi 1 ie ir or olive oil In ri?t-* tin* rood dough nut. cro?|Uerte or wlmlevei n may be ia In Usl 1- iig em '.-li lu mau lt crisp and ii. wu mi irm miiside sue reuther) and Hain ns toe in?uie loon Cooked In Ibis waj ls ei.lireo (!? uh* if prop..; 1 .. . ne Pu? ? :? n - niak. ?. ? . ? ? ? BJ I b all u 'en.. _ Ul I lie HUM 1: ?? io li h. d, and lue fat Ina! le. ? ? ml li n with the f:>* ? ile pi?" '- 'lu '? 1 in; ion ot 1 !>? ^p ero*! and inane. tin |.-i d socgj. His I c<- ? aomy. "lt's au v "iv en tor \ mi to pi 1 scorn hiv." said hts wits 11 1 non W henel 1 r I eui dow li ev ? ,.t!s.*s 11: ;oii suioi. .* in :*. 1 rigai . e ^pi more moue) r umr own p. than at Bill ? 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