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IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JMO. H. SRABILL -SUBSC1UPTION 1 OO Per Y-a-ar, INVARIABLY IN ADVANi K. uuiutuoatlons of private nature charged for as advertising. HERALD-JOB OPPICE* liooap^te in every respect. Woik done on short notice and on the most reasonable terms. C*3*t* MSW* tm. ' ?< n ?? t Vol. 93 Woodstock, Virginia, Friday, August 12,1910. No. 32 Shenandoah Herald ADV BRTISING RATBS Advertisements will be Inserted at One Dollar per square of ten lines or less, for the flrstjinsertion and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. $jaf Quarterly or yearly ad ver tisements by contract. ? ^Unless the number of inser? tions is marked upon the manu? script, advertisements will be pub? lished until forbidden and charged accordingly. AYER'S MAIR VIGOR Stops Falling Hair Aver'-; Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, o.ulnin, sodium chlorid. capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, and perfume. Not a single injurious ingredient in this list. Ask your doctor if this is not so. Follow his advice. A hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroys all dandrutt. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Hair I r wm i'oviiavy. lowell. Mfc*?._ ? , , , i A P.tvolutionsry Puzzl*. (kl i-li.vtiHs wt'iv written in ths < Ay part of the Revolutionary war?about 1T7G. if rea<) us written they ure e tribute te. the kine and his army, bot If rend dowuward on either silk- ??t tin- comm i be j Indicate an itnBtatakabla spirit of rebellion to both kintr eod parliament. The author ls ?nkoowo: Hark, hal* the tnimpct sounds, th? din of war's alarms O'er seas an<l solid grounds, doth call us all to a' Who for Rlni Qe&rma loth stand, their ll shine, Their I tani, who with the con n join. The sets ot parliament, lu them I much I ! Intent, who for the Th** '? the day. they are my dally They M ll sneak away, who tnde taSS ?v they have my bo net the v- . and Uuie. may daily wt ever To " lisp hird, may honors 1 ** ^ a reel cuni, to General CV'asl -N Mngaxto* C M. ff. w \ Pl M G 1 " he re-tori Iv k |?l?*a?:inl hiuir'.i | _ A she iTk'd j I' 19 9 d Rcs cr. ?von . al! tl, ? : ii ivaxhli | lt Itu Want to Drive, Ccme Here l : anning a i'lKST ci.as UVER\ in Woodstock with my hotel r, furnish you teams you will en drivlng. Good horses and nice lucent. Nothing C0HAP LOOKING idv outii', which leaves my .e. Prices reifc-onable and good service. J. W BOLTZMAN O .1; Ice Cream i: tly (rn hand at the ? . >rCreamery Wood <, Va. . AY -??l.-.AM AND ICM GUARANTEED PURE. I.i-ave your orders for S am-*. Ooh, at ?e,n A Brno ? - Drug Store Our ice plant is a operation. Ill "1 MTS k S< 'NS. CMTOCK* Va Belting._Belting. We are pnpared to eel! cotton and leather beltlaf at prWvs, which defy petition. Send for piios. tJ.A, DYSART & CO Vffeots for the National Leather Heltint' <'??? W K'DSTOC K, VI HG IN IA. ii B \ i f vi di I b M o h 1 1 1 Desirable Property For Sale. 1 wiil 3-.*l mv property, consisting ol a (rood fi room dwelling, metal roof, tr. ].orche9, cement walks house, barn and all neoee : v o*et buildings. Three arree of food land, with an abundant of all kinds of frail. Situated o.i the Vai? l's Pike at 1'ugh's Hun. Rile is fen arable property and I will sell it ver*) rea->nable. ..?,,. \v. H. PUNK, Jul.\ 22 - Woodstock, Va. Winter Homes Folder: Season 1910-1911. It is iuaj|>e?ad that any of our read? ers who desire to entertain hoarders fur the ensuing winter months furnish Mr. L. S. Brown, General Agent. Southern Railway, "05 Fifteenth St. M. W., Washington, D C., immediate information at to name ol resort, post oftice address at or near what ion, what distance from station, conveyance from station to house, number of guests, terms per day, Week and month. We all would be pleased to see tbe country ful! of boarders next winter and would be glad if this notice will induce increased number of persons who will aceoraodate them for the coming winter months. This information should reach Mr; Brown not later than August let, HMO, as the folder goes to press on August :.rd and any requests received later than the 1st willmot be able to be inserted RandolpMacen College* ^*W FM Ul* ASMUWO.V*. Drt-f-tmnt tx\6 hf?ltt'M lom IlraaUfti' i WI its. *22?T^ O. t. SlwkwelU A.* . Ll-J^r** Wm. S. mrmmm. umm'j mmd Tren**. *>pir>m?<*****Jf tmmUpiSmm m^uim^tjm BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF SHENANDOAH COUNTY. ITTOBJfEYS-AT-LAW L W xi. Col . ? i?. n'v.vm:,\, Department. L. N'i:? M kn. Notary Public. V ALTON & \\ AUTON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Woodatock, Va. actice in Stat*- and Federal Courts. S. TAVK.VNER. J. M. BAUflSRMAN i A VI ?: N N ERk BA U S E RM A N, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Woodstock. Va. KMT KL BORDEN, l ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ? ce in 1878. < tamer and ?mater of Tbe Shenandoah Valley dlectioh and Adjustment Agency. fcabliehed I*-'1'-'. I'ost-offlce address il vary. Shenandoah county. Va. 1 H. BRUMRACK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Woodstock, Va. (Min i in "Lawera Row," forayer occupied bv tbe late l*. W.Magruder arsii ll. WILLIAMSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Woodstock, Va. iMMuNWKAl.TH'S ATTORNEY f HEN ANDO AH COUNTY. Will practice in adjoining counties Will be in New Market every Satur* LV. PHYSICIANS. |R. R. MoC. HOFFMAN, TOM'S BROOK! VIRGINIA. iring dec-iced to locate at Tom's rook, I offer my professional eer cfs to tbe neople of tbat place and cinit/. Calls promptly answered iv or night. ;i-10. ? ) R. J. H. SMOOT, Hfving located in Woodstock, can ? Urund at bis residence on North uhlenburg Street, the late residence r Dr J. L. Campbell, when not pro sslonally engaged. %R. I). D. CARTER, Offlee and Residence South Main St. Woodstock, Virginia. "fe?* Special attention given to Sui ery. PHONE CALL 38. 9 IV W. S. CLINK, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. <# Calls answered day or ni^ht ).'lice and rt-sidence North Main St March 4?tf. DEMISTS. r|ll. T. F. LOC'Ki-:, RESIDENT DENTIST, Oflto Main St., Woodstock, Va. w&- Chloroform, ethe* and coca in ised for painless extraction of teeth Deo. 26?lyr. D R. J. C. BOWMAN, DENTIST, Woodstock* Virginia. Office on Court Street, above th jttice of Tavenner k Bauserman. Mutual Telephone. May 28, 'OK-lyr. C. C HIEDLER. V ET E ty NARY S U RC BON kvill be located in Woodstock, Vii Ifinia. after April loth. t bile promptly answer? ?-ht. April 1 _____^__ n rs ly ess cae ns Woodstock Marble Works WOOD STOCK, VA. Monuments, Tombs and all kine of Cemetery Work. lowest prices in the Valley. Ci' us a call. E. U. SNYDER Barber Shop Court Sr,, Woodstock Va. Warden Fravel, Prop i Shave. 10 1 Haircut- IC Singp. 15 ] Shampoo.. If Facial Massage. 25 Tonic Rub. I and 10 Shaving Corpse_ LOO Shave awav from shop Haircut 'r M IrO Haircut and shave away from shop t&T Prompt attention given io customers. A share of the public patronage iicited. if- Child; ao Cry FOR FLETCHER'S . CASTORIA Hi Cooroy. "li's ..ii \ i**r." tt "C. t* i } "foihuiiy."' s-ii.| in> v\ i.?*. "lui ! ;i!ii wUeoev*?f I nu Jnv.ii rxiHMiiM**- ra.i: yi>,i snii'kr luMOl i i^irs :iiiO i>|N*nO m-'ie luourj tot -i."!!!- ?i\\tj Ilk (hui itt :o:y i.ijier lin ?? ' "Well, COtll /ill.41 U. WM Ml l!e? Ve.|| villi ? pose I ir a ul you lu w-umiinire I ur, soj way ?"-ciiii ago Hm -ord-Herald. Up and Down. Mistress-Herr's il-*** muff fe>r th;i clock to be repaired (let it fur billi Nora ?And. shure. where is li V Mts tress-Upstairs, of course. N<-ra Falth. an' 1 thought it bad nm dow:.' -New York l'res?. Ono ls C'v. . tU'tore the iran: io?i < i ? . 1 t., . , .! Ii';e him in Ibe *?? ? and nf?w *be k -? e! hat1 i think that then The Werra. . Tbe HenprHcrd Hui hand 11 no <]?>.:', OOt, Kl>i.'.' "Ve ? i!'" "!'.) yoe !**>'?vv if I hq going arith '?i r*?Exchange. Deferred. The rcaelmtit-Well pty f.a ell tl tte areatber Inter on. The Optimist i'e!!. cheer up! That's Hu- re-guku me for paying for things, i t.'t it? GROVES PARK! le Nation's Wal's isl MM Mr TIIK <;ri-:atest opportunity ever offered to[ SECURE REAL ESTATE UH THE DISTRICT OF COLUMIA Within the Reach of all Lots $300, $400 and $500. Easy Paymehts $10 Cash, Ralance $5 Monthly. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash. Groves 1'ark is one mile within the District Line and otilj thr* miles from the Capitol baUdiog. Land within the tame radios from thc Capitol in the northwestern direction iuinLr^ from50e to SS i square foot, and is still ricing The arooonl of at within the District is now very limited: it ll the Ul Inion anions conservati ve people that it can nevi I ralue, but - bound to keep on rising. This ie dm* to the large influx of of w.alth from all parts of the country who are making Washing I n their residence city. one special advantage ibout investing In D of Columbia property ie lhal the jrorernmeat foote one-half ol all billa for improvements and expenses, ao that te ei are rery much less than elsewhere. For farther particulars address, DESK "F" GROVES PARK COMPANY, ?.17 13th Street* N. \\\. Washington, D.C. NOTE*?We will pay 15.00of the rail road fare of lot purchasers who desire to inspect the property. Auto and Train Excursion To Eastern Shore, Maryland, Monday, Aug. S, 1910. If you want to see better cora growing and greater yield per acre in potatoes, tomatoes, strawberries* i te. than in the Valley of Virginia, go With tis t<> Maryland and vetify ont statement. Anyone wishing further information will communicate with the Valley Realty Company. Harrisonburg, Va., or mir local agents .'is follows1 D K. Ham, Grottoes, Va. P. R. Keller, Waynesboro, Va. S. C. Allen. Front Hoy al, Va. Charl.* K. Jones. Berry 1 'tile. Va. Price A Dickenson, Loray,Va. li. C* Burgess, Bl isburg, Va. \\. W. Logan, Woodstock- Va WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. M5-2I THE SMALL DEPOSITORS will receive a hearty welcome at this Bank. The other day a gentleman stepped np to the counter and asked, "Can I start an account herc -with four dol? lars ?"' We replied, Certainly, sir, and glad to Lave you. The small and large depositor alike will receive courteous | treatment and a cordial wel? come. SHENANDOAH NATIONAL BANK. i.i I NEW Feed Livery & Sale Stables ]\ WOO] >ST<)( K. Having erected new stables in the rear of the furniture store recently conducted l>\ Mr. F. M. Fravel. 1 will be pre? pared on and after SA Tl Kl ).\ V. JUNK ll to furnish up to-date rigs and teams, at a moderate price to the public. HORSES FOR SALE. ? I will buy and sell work horses, driving and riding horses, mules, and intact anything that wears hanns--. Special attention will bc given to the court day trade. Make my Stable Your Head? quarters. " Respectfully, FRANK RUSH. Remember the place, ou the lot formerly used as K. W. Williams' blacksmith shop. Opened for business SATUR* DAY, JUNE ll and every day thereafter. June IO?it. . ESTABLISHED 1898 J. N. Davis (Q, Co., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, WOODSTOCK, VA. OFFICE: ROOM NO. 3, SHENANDOAH NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, 511. A high class farm near Haymarket, Ya., 3 miles from station. large residence and all necessary outbuildings usually found on an E&Stateof this kind. Well watered and fenced and wry productive. 287 acres. Price reasonable. 512. A line farm near Leesburg, Va.. 225 acres of line land re? cently limed. Six room new dwelling and all other n sary outbuildings, well fenced and watered, 25 acres of good timber. Convenient to stores, churches on R. F. I). Price, SK*.cou. in payment-- to suit. 513. An excellent farm in Loudon County, 3 miles from Rail Road Station. 7 room dwelling, stable for 7 horses and cow barn for 30 cows and all other necessary outbuildings, well watered and fenced. Plenty of fruit. Price Only, $5,000, $2,500 cash, balance to suit purchaser. 120 acres. 515. Nice up-to-date small farm of 27 acres 2}4 miles from station, at Bealton, Va., 7 room new dwelling, bay windows and porches and excellent Outbuildings, all sorts of fruits? an ideal poultry farm. Price only, $2,OOo, one-half cash. balance to suit. 5i*i. Pine farm of 190acres, 7 miles from Thc Plains. Fauquier I ounty, Va., (on one of the best macadamized roads.) very productive. 8 room dwelling, large barn, 2 carriage houses, hay houses, ; tenant houses and many other outbuildings, ai- food stor.- house, at forks of roads, an excellent business stand. Good fruit at least 200 barrels this year. This is the best bargain we know. Price, only $35.00 per acre, one-half ??ash. balance 1. 2 and 5 years. Owned by an old man 75 years old, who must sell. 517. Farm oi .>2<> acres. .;;.? miles of LJpperville, FauquierCoun Va., I'M) acres of which is in timber, balance under cultivation. lo room dwelling, porches, basement- -a large new barn and all other necessary outbuildings in good repaid Price, $4,000, one-third cash, balance to suit pureba 518. At* excellent mill property doing a line business. 7 miles from Leesburg, Ya., lo acres of rich land. 'i room dwelling, mun outbuildings, all in good repair. This property is a money maker and it will pay to investigate. Price reasonable. 519. Farm i res of excellent land, iji miles of Nokes ville. Southern Railway. 60 acres of timber, 275 cleared, 20 acre bottom, 2 acres in full bearing orchard, well ered and fenced. 6 room house and all necessary out? buildings, including good barn ami lar^e sheds for sh.vp . cow--. Price, $7,500, one-half cash, balance to suit pur 520. Five miles from Wellington Station. Southern Ry., farm of 42?? acre-- of good land. 380 cleared, 60 acres line bottom land well watered and fenced, 90 acres timber. 5 room dwelling, halls and porches. Good barn an^ numerous outbuildings in good repair. Owner wants t?> discontinue farming on account of age. Price, only $21.00 per acre, one-third cash, balami- t'> --nit purchaser. 521. Nan excellent farm of 210 acres in ,Loudon County. Ya. 180 acres under cultivation, .;" a< rea bottom land. I 30 acres timber. 3 ;iv-re orchard. Six room dwelling, and all necessary outbuildings in good repair. Price reasonable. 522. A nice farm ol 175 acres ir Loudon County, 150 acres cleared, 25 acres in good timber, 8 room dwelling, porches, etc.. and numerous outbuildings in good repair,well water? ed and fenced. This is a bargain, only $3,800, one-third cash, balance to suit purchaser. 525. A farm 257 acres. 150 acres cleared, s; in timber. Large stone dwelling and all other necessary outbuildings in good repair. Price, only 55.ono, one-third cash, balance to suit. 52 b An up-to-date residence in Bdinburg, Va., 8 rooms (rich lot 145\125 feet) metal roof and cement cellar, stable L(>*k40 let. and cement hennery. This is a splendid property and must be sold quick. Price very reasonable. 525. An s room dwelling on Sorth Main Street, Edinburg, Va., lot 69x129 feet. A bargain to a <*uick purchaser. Price, only $750, one-third cash, balance in 2 years. 526. Nine- acr>-*- of good land. 1'- mile-- Fast of Woodstock, Ya. ' Machinery eau be used on all oi it. I on public road. Pric. -150. 527. A linc building lot 50x100 feet on Church St., Woodstock Price, *2?io. 52.s. Half-acre orchard, loo feet on Water Street. Woodstock, will make good building lots. Price very low. 52''. ( bi.- ol the most desirable properties in Woodstock, with 10 acres of valuable land, 3 acres of which is tu orchard, hoi:- six rooms with all necessaay outbuilding for a place this size; mountain water and electric lights. This property will be sold very cheap. Call and examine it. 550. Bight room house on Church Street, Woodstock, porches, two cellars, metal roof, half-acre lot, large back yard, jd mtv (d' all kinds of fruit, mountain water. This is de? sirable property on a desirable street. Price very reasonable. 551. Six room house, metal roof, basement, water, all necessary outbuildings. One-third acre ol land, line garden. Price, only 5l,55o. 532. ls a nice four room cottage, summer kitchen, and neces? sary out buildings, halt acre lot with all kinds of choice fruit, two miles West of Woodstock in a gpod neighbor? hood. This will make a desirable home for a small fam? ily. I Vice $650. 555. Is 95 acres of good land, ).\ mile from Valley Turnpike, 1 milt from depot, stores, churches, schools, banks and mills. X-B-i* \m\\\A is valuable and will be sold cheap. We are making Additions to Our List all the time. If you do not find on this SUPPLEMENT what you want ? Write to Us and Tell Us just what you Warbt and we will Find it for You. UNIVERSITY OF.VIRCINIA Head of lVibiie Behool Byttssi of Virginia L**tt*>ri. Scienff. Law Mreiicinr, Engine**1 rm' LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE vo nerdy and daaar?UU| students. $10. covers all co-t* to Virginia vtudonts In th*4 Academic I)ej?ai tments. B for catalogue. BOW ASH Win*sto\-. Registrar,' I'niveraitv I'oslotlice, Va. - May 13?2mo. A Mixup. T!*p ii.insf-.i.-.ii';- -goi??tliarcd his vmi ? . 1 iii t'.r 1 iv "Ut. ?? J 'i ; '!..? || u:.i'..?'e ':" lie Ukwl ? ^ iii."I. id'inl v. !ni wv. Ut la tile < ellai 'Vi-. C'lvti'ir.'" ijau?i cd the mun | i I the * " 'I. > .; i\"ni?r." .? i. i- bil . * yee, BO, ?.rnv'nur!" .? it's sdi rtslit! ; imssfned yen oed reggaettil sn tu* for Om chan loller in tin item tying Ilks a fons iain, und Mt* btttturoom taj/si on flre!" London Ans wert. eeriii aa%s aatstn Tl:.' ??<? ti.|?? ??-*?!- Y'lv vd ' Wo ot nobility l?.\ Killi: V: le - I ?noel, lt trim Intended tba! he th i ? etOWtsd .Marijn; Bite* de Bu* to. after tile es:;i!i? l!|)e,h wliMl lr ffd. Thr eeiiii|).is,>r refused the u(Te* eriretiiaiiy. 11?? <*on*kleredthal Verdi ?I MUiiel.e dy and tint tba Martial) ? BttMM*tO 1 HOW he lo ?<... |\ . Kveu Rlestuarck wai unable to parry blow of Ibb eba meter. Wheo mug emin -ri i- broke with bim lu inferred upon him tile title of Data ? Laaeaboarg. RUaiarcb rrceJred tfci ircbmcot Wltk thkt exclamation; "A pretty iui-v*" lt will Ih? handy r traveling incognito." Some days after a parcel arr lt rd at into bearing th* iddrvoi "Mme. ta ?Chene de Lam nliourg'." nismai-e-k. t<? whom it ffli dolherod. 'lng then at t:il?le. arose ami. offerlOf e letter to lils wife. remarked iron tilly: "Darbee* enchanted te> make yotu ??plaint.inc".'" Faithful to His Trust. I was trait late near thc elevator in e factory hui fd lug f<?r my friend u nie down when I noticed ?'? Miall ttlng in one corner of the hall bold g a large, thick sandwich. He eyed e snndwleli lorlogly f**r a long time en he cnrefully lifted off the \o\ Ice of bread, took ont a piece of dill eklo, ate it and replaced all li he re. In a few ?qroadl he neala re oved the top piece, extracted a piece pickle and a piece of meat and re aced the top. Apun and again th< ?rformance was repeated until all th. ckle and almost all the meat we." ?ne, the sandwich, however, appeal g intact as in the beginning. "Why don't you ont up y??ur tout loh aud not pick at it in that tray? asked the boy with some cortoalty. "Why." he answered. loOklttg U| Itb great Innocence, "it ain't in; fidwich."?Woman's Home Coinpan n. Wher? Women Swim Best. "The Koreen women aro the ho< rimmers in the world." snld a Hf lard. "Tiie Korean pearl dtrtag ls i cir hands. They swim?they don*' >at?they swim out to the pearl fish les of Quelpart. loggtog baskets wit! em After this swim of balf an baw ey dive (hewn fifty feet and fetch 0] leer one shelled pearl oysten ai blj i hallies. They dive till the!:* baal -e full?the baiketi ire corked t ?*op them afloat?nnd after three ot air hours' work they swim bad. uno with their enteh. The Mg ow idled oysters are valuable us pear Ines and as fOOd too. A half d"/.er oreans will sit down to nu oyster :\ lyly as you or I sit down to a broiler bstor. Sometimes when the gref lelltish ?'< eaten raw lt ipiivers an ? ??ins iligbtly ns the knife is pim lo It."-Phfta-tafc*li Uulle-tln The Family Pair. Tho wrlgirly BtlSioerM or" tho study ?riid wi.- broken by a slamming door, id a t!:in boy lu dirty, ragged clothei ouched BCroM the room Halfway to ie teneher's desk fee drawled, "Pl loll that you should lot .lim go homo (tbt now." As Miss Davis looked I doubffnl. ho added, -He kin come lek rlgbl away." The peruilwlou Riven, the two badi) died, half starved sems of the lOOM liftlens family In the district ibofllec] )WD the stairs. Very shortly .lim fe irned. wearing a pleased and Impor mt smile on his pathetic little face. "I come as soon's I could. Pa' pother's dylu" to Poplar." he lOOOOOe 1 cheerfully. "That's why pa wautec ie." "Hut you weren't gone, long: yov Ido't stay home. 1 can't see why yoi ent al all." answered ihe bewildered liss Davis. "Why. pa's go'.n'," explained Jim. "Yes. hut WbSl has that to do with ou'f" asked the teacher. "Ta bad to have his suspenders,' ??as Jim's matter ot fact reply.- Lx bange. Tha Power of Snail*. Oee day by way of*e\perlnient 1 taruessed two common garden snail!* o a toy gun carriage to see if the} ould pull lt along, says a writer lu a condon magazine. Although the gun ?arriage was a heavy leaden one. thi !aalls pulled lt so easily that 1 loaded he body of tbe carriage with smal *h<>t. The snails, however, were mon ban equal to tbe task. Anxious t? :est their powers still further, 1 at ached a toy canuon (made of lead auo jrassi behind tbe guu carriage, but tbe maiis and their additional loud moved *>u once again with tbe same apparent ?use. Out of curiosity I decided te weigh the caunou. guu carriage und ?hot and to my great surprise found the total weight to be almost ont pound. 1 venture to think this a vcr} food load for two snails to manage. The Frying Pan. "People are il way ? decrying the fr\ Ing pan." said au ex; onem oil cook "but the thing I be J ie I er la lOOfclUi meat. etc. ia n shallow pan with oui ?er as tat- isn i nellly irving it: lt i ISUttlBg. thc leal try ui*^ pun is i '.cop kt Hie Siled with ian Hear atti ?r ollie od In thi* the laug dough ..il, tTctpieiie or \,iuue\ei ii rna) Oe ,H bmuerseo io*l loleg ??iii-iitli lo MM a* ( i-?-!>p uno i'lnwii uU (he leUlsitie au* rea I ber} -oil Hutu na "ie Mamie ko** . ol ?v| III HUS v\lrJ> OS el.Illei-, dig'-' lc if propel i\ made |>ui Iii mau ooks make* lae mistake Ol pu'tlng to uiK'ti sii.erifuiui! in ihe inixtiiie to tr lied* Ital ine Int inside, coiublnln -.llb ill* fill ouisule. prevents ibe UH ult ii u ot the crisp ci um sud tunkete * iul soggy." SCOTT'S EMULSION ia taken by people in trdfci cal countries all the year round. It glops waiting and keeps up th? strength snd vitality in summer as well as winter.. ALLPfcUGCgTS -lutary Lesion. ? lier your salutes." said i nuporal when posting tbe Itish reeru.i un sn,try. "if you bite a llciiteii.ini lie we.ns one ular od his shoulder atop* ptmm\ it u captain? s.o utan si,,-,., moa; if you see a aiajor-i crown present arms: if the ?oh.ucl e( m god crown-present and lum out iii.- g"aid." Pat pondered his orders carefully, tot pn scully ne was i we kened from lill icm Ne b) the approach of the gen? eral. That worthy son of Mars surveyed tbe cross swords on the gallant offi iboVtden and as tie was not in? cluded in the corporal*! category sim? ply sodded ehoerfuliy. "Well, my man." said the genial gen ?r:il. "ami who are you supposed to ber "I'm sup-e.*i d tl ?>e I Mt of a s.n :ry." said Patrick. -And who are roof" "<>h. Pm -rappoiwd la he a bit of a ?encr.ii:" nld tbe latter. "A irineral. is it?" rrled the st.i* ['flt. -'1 hen ye'll want seunethlng rho corp'ral toual me iboat the oth? ers, but nothing iboat yourself at all, it all. Hut hotd hard a mbvute. and [ll give ye the bayouot exercise, if Alt'll do." A Resourceful Woman. "1 think lt li a foollstl f;is.hion that so many women indulge, that of tell ng their age wroogty,N said the wo? llan with the prematurely gray hair. *l cnn honestly say I bat I never prac :ice lt myself." "No?" said lier friend, with many meanings lu the monosyllable. "Well." said tho first speaker, with a -rilli***?she was i woman with a sense if humor-"the fact ls I don't hire to. 1 have a wiy of making myself out younger than 1 am If I \ftsh to with Jtit tolling n lib at all." "RoaPy?" Inquired the other curious y. "In what way?" "I put tho burden of the fib all up?in the questioner You sec. wbeo one of my dear women friends-it is ll wey fl women who are curious on thi-** point ? uki me how old I am I ray: -Oh. Pm \ year or two o|e|er than you. you 'now, my dear?lt lena a year <? bot nie see. now. boa old are yoa? ,\nd then she ilwnyi knnrkfl moro oft tny age than I should ever have the [terre to <? t." A Lu ?*-' ' ? i I ? * ? ' (feint* I lolliees W MM eil H ||| ! he 11 in ll J - el:l mell abo !i." ?? Attempted ;"Sn|\e he riddle ul Hi*- universe. In his case . i u;ls Ittdirruitl. From the -ulilliue lliiiiightii tbat came to him nrhik under ike Influeoee of chloro form he tLe-ught he might arrive nt some notation. Placing himself in his iriucbslr, With pen, ink and paper St band, he inhaled the anaesthetic. As drowsiness stole ovegr bim the nature ot things seemed revealed. By a vig? orous effort he seized his pen and wrote?he knew not what, for before he bad finished he fell back uncon? scious. When he recovered be lamed with trembling anxiety to the sheet of paper, on which, written in scrawling characters, hut ?piite legible, be found the awful .wolation. "A strong smell of turpentine pervades tba whole!"? I/>ndon News. Comets and Great Men. lt is somewhat remarkable how of? ten Ihe death of an eminent person has 'econ marked by the appearance of a comet. A certaiu writer, ladled, aft? er going through a list of comets for DUO years, says that it ls "as if <io?i and nature intended by comets to ring tbe knell of princes, esteeming bella in churches upon earth not sacred enough for such illustrious and emi? nent performances." To mention only a few. Lothario! the Younger, [.oula H.. Charles the Bald. Theotillon. bish? op of Tours; Uenry II. and Kio ha rd L bad their knells thus rung by co mets* Even io Shakespeare's time the comet was considered a titting accompani? ment to tbe obsequies of kings: Hung be the heavens with black, yield day to night. Comets, importing change of times and states, Crandiah your crystal tresses In the sky. Ana with tnem scourge the bad moll log stare That have consented unto Henry's death. ?Londou Outlook. Thoughtless Clerke. Every busluess bas a good will cup, aud every satisned customer is a feath? er in tbat cap. Trained men at nigh salaries are employed to keep tightly in place tbe feathers tbat are ?dready there and to add new feathers lt is the advertising depart ineuf iliat ls most conspicuous!} engaged in ibe feathering procees. white tbe Adi utting department is most eharactei IM kully employed In keeping the plum-* tirmly anchored. Both of these depa- tmenta are maintained at a large proportion? ate expense, which w/wjO to ihow the value ol leathers. Who. thou in the organization ol a business e-? owl be mischievous enough to plue-k ti ? feath? er! from tbe good will cap? tVho. In? deed? Yet all day long bete .i I there throughout some stores peeh, peek peck, go ruthless beaks. bn|M nd by raven brains in tbe heads of vin nous - terka?Bookkeeper. The Dazzling Searchlight. On a dark night uo warship would be safe from torpedo attack but for the searchlight The full moon lights up a torpedo boat so that lt eau be tired at wbeu nearly a mile away. To produce tbe same Illumination with tbe most |n>werful artificial light an electric arc of 100,000 candie pi placed throe-ipiartera of a Ollie high would be uocded If the aid of mirror* were not avulluble. But with this light and au Ingenious arrangement of mlrrora it la possible to surpass the moon. Searchlights are now made which throw light a dlstauce of sixty three miles, but objects can he *oon only a few miles from tbe source of the light. The effect ou tbe enemy li most demoralising. When the bright beam ls suddeuly thrown ou the eye tho pupil contracts violently; when tbe beam is removed the eye can see noth? ing, if this be repented a few times lt takes all tbe nerve out of a man. so tbat only the best trained and. most oourugeous eau continue tbe attack.? Luiulou Ans weat _?