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- - ...KI1HT CLASS FA H E 'Iliie jOiie Inn ruounHtructcd ' wry ami romi-rni'ii- r mat. Mrs. B. F. HoMer, Prop. Ccdr-il Purl Main 8'r--, . . . Ailmri I. T, cream2bakery HERE TO STAY AND TO PLEASE, Hr f'ipiik. Cotif'fti n, and i-vi-ry'riing cV- f unl n a fJrsicli-'M bakery. Kri-c dHlvery to li psrio .f the city . u fo- iiHt ir, GEORGE :-: FRASHER :-: I r op. CHAaDURIE Manufacturers' Agent for Heavy JIarvcHtiti,' mndjincry, tmcH in. auiomatir and idnin -np:nijj all kinds of boilers, c Hon u-annd prpa. Hi-..t'..n (V-h. vator, line fli ifU, pu!.-., i,.-'ti .en. and pnrnc fit i is, 1 nd t'. relf-rake-, droplets, rootfc-re, thrceli.rr. hay preiBfl.s mine, oil, etc., etc. Ardmoro ARDMORE South Caddo Street. Y'r beat turnouts, imigle or double, l-uif surrli-- and lirnks. Lxperii'iicci' driver IIor' ami ionics bol l on "iiniiiuoii. SHERMAN HOTEL South of Whittincton's Brick, Oaddo St. Klrt rlnm in evrry particular. N-'w'v renovat-Hl find ftirtiialif-d ("'l-dioill. Term. SI.IMI pur dny; $'1.00 nor vnlr wl'h Induing tM VJ per week day board' W. ('. KM.CORK, Prop. City . Livery . Stable. If ) on waul I lie lined lliri'niil to Im lind In rdinnri don't turret thn Cltv ntnb!i. New bllgi;Ii'ii. CMrrlnticR Mid lli-n lior-x-H. t'o rrlrtl Irido CMpi rinlly mdlrlrcd Ivxpiricnri'd drivers iirqiMlntcil wHh Hid uititry fundi Im I when de tired, llori-i'" hoitnlfd liy t lie ilnv or lln mouth. It iy hl'O mid imioeiik'ors 1 1 tiiifi Pe rroil to and I'loni nny purt of I In; city. GATHEY 8b SMITH, Props. Well Tu'iintr, Vwh, Job WVrk nnd IU'piiiriiif;. Nuxtdoor to Oatlio & SiiiI-Ii'h, '. Main Si root. CHAS. A. POWERS, Proprietor. White Drugs EBB , 4 F. II. BRIDGEMAH 1 Imvc Itmnotl tins tihovo lnms. A part of y -ur pnlroimuo fo ' lluiU'd Ttibln nut surpiiH-ed in thu Indlun 'iurnlorv G. W. W1LHELM, Proprietor. i.isiH.x .-Ti)-. nn- The Star Grocery, headquarters for every thing good to eat,'at the lowest possible prices, will meet all competition. Try me and Se- B. F. MAXEY. Second door east of postoffice, Ardmore. Advertise In the Subacrihr? for tho r - AT SIAW I'KK DAY ! I n id imw lis tuvnly-five neat, I. T, 7 ir?A Ha) Front Druse More Curries ft Full I.lnu ot - and - Druggists' ouppiies. HOUSE, Daily Ardmoreite. Daily rdmoreite. Propnctoi Torriblo Headaches ntjnim rno'A nno avnPMP.ST OP STOMACH. ' a; v - - LIVER, OR BOWELS, Ayer's Pills 1 don't btHetr llxre errr m good pill trti.it a Arr f athar- run Tey wltf. lo all T"irrr owirA ml tht fer and -vrii not'.. ruJ and ncUe Oi lm Is ll tkr nmlHf to o m tut rltkt cift. i "t krtMUctic. iiirj ttrrer UIL I hT been Ttrtlm el Ur rM kcMuttri. Had bate nter (euad fthtc to rrlifTe tlin M) qukkljr a Ajer" I1l. bior I lin Uklsg tbls i4Mfr. tbtitMkbaeta9ianl kii rMBt. anill it pri-icnt. motb hare (atid tine I bate bad one " (. F. Neitmas. Dr St-ur Va AYER'S PILLS Prize Medal at World's Fair sooooooooooooooooooooooo TIME TAULE. Calf, Colorado and Santa To R'jr. xii'ill i:h ii ililMiadMu KtM -li'ar ad ki'oj Kiprrr 4. If a. m i 17 p a Mllffll I10UMJ. laltMtaa aad Oteo Cihhi 4lirf ft ad K. Uiy Kiff It a. m x.iTa. 1. U. M.eov, '1'lekot Ag'l .W. S. Kmo-AM.Oeii I'ao'. Ap't, Arrival and Departnre U. S. Malls, oillli lioiii'.l iniill cloK'H U:St p. lit sjoiiih liiiiniil innil arrlvr 6: IS p. in North bound limil clou 10 n. in North bound mnll arrives 10:20 . in Nl(.'ld 1 1 1 ii 1 1 k arc cIummI nl 8. SO p. in. Moni.'V order tlcpnrlrncnt In open tt K n. in. nnil closed nt b p. in. Uillue hour from 8 h. hi,, to f, p. m undayn from a:i p.m., to3:o p. in Ions S IIammi n, 1'. M. V MM KltS llAKIIY, Id'Dllt). CHURCH DIRECTORY. iirnTi"" Cm nc n--KrrnlT Ptrt frr u... fi-i) ljnl' ilxj at II l"l in aiids in , in BHda MrbMil. 9 Vi a. in. l'ra;rr dM-tiiC r U-1ntday. IS t to. Caolr rartlrtf prnr Kr.dajr tsrninie 8 IS p. m jidir ft' Aid frlri vi ry I Brn n Hilrrwionai iv rhuirh 3i.m. MIU- n. ttorlal jnrrtttitf T-rv 'I oidiijr nlbt at ijIncv niiiiani'nl tMeb Jfll'l ' dltOlk' ITIfllB ilut Ilttl't y lii pans month All rr c r0lllj iniUi'l it ai! nirrlo-a. I I! Mmii. Muncr ulrinlriil nmUj .-)cli(Mil) Vnin.-y .I'liiniuii. ratior. Kiiwt I!aitit Cm in ii- IlroinlK.iy Slrft, rvirw i i) cainlry m limn. r.i. u . in . in rravr mri'llii V,lnr li.y rvi-uiu. i ISu'rbxi Huu'l.iv -eliogl at In in. Uia. larilm Kridoy rvi-miui at H u'oliwk tul)lili'flld I'aitor. (i II. Ilru, Uitrk. Mil, MlfrrlnUii'lriil. .ir Mii;itrrii, lljrilr Iwlii' Su. J. K or ! , raeelft ever) IiiiimVi) tinrht ill 7.3. Hall muxHhu cwuri nine. Umrl itrnl. Vf si Itti KnUhti cur .ally I in I In J. W. K. M KiLinr, 0 C J. T. llonr.Tii. K It .i j. Ardmore ImIkb Nn. HI, A. I. ami V. 31 :n u In ihxlr hall "ii miuiu . u.ido ie. i tl.. ibiHainida) nliclit lu 'dc.i itiuian. on u l l till' lUll IIHHI.I i i. r'niw U'r il.rul Al;..l-r A. ILfiLLiitAX, SKfrplHry Anlinor Clinple- No II lloyni 'rah ln nn, incvl In Ilin r hnll irt r ' iUituuAiou1. lor.- the foil rill 'lli'iixlny ui.it in ,-avM inwnlh (i II Huil. 1 1 nu I'nuftl A II. Sii.muav. KaaivM.-jr Ardiiirt (iiinp Nu. m. WWIm!! ol Hi Vurl.l, inMli In Ihelr lorl at U"ulliliiloi lull I'Uviy urooiHl nn I fonrlli Mint la iiiui n csti-ll nionlll. VUIUll uertl,-li limilnl l .tlcml. U. II. ICuNiiiiii K, contul commander. T. C. IIiiiiiuuan, clrk ArtvcrtiHij in tho Anlmoritu. iAGKEkPa; Free Mu . . . . . I o St. Louis, Kan. 'V ' and C" Ittklnccloseconnsc'. n n i : . .;. i:iiil(iiu and .Noriliur.i llui. i..; Wow York, Boston, M.titrly.. Buffalo, Montreal a;td llio 'Kuty" now runs t ; . -., i, ownrnlls. And l.i Uiscuiv .., ., ., rum Duop AVutorio 3t. Louis, Kans-ii. City ntn1 n uiiiilwi. SERVICE UnSUnPASSED. Information cheerfully I urntihed by ,uia iiAitin.'it, c1,ii.i m. ttt - vr. a. cttusii, 0.4'IVl... A m. Art, OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Jjisrjoff!i?lX) m , v. I Y'M W SET A OOOD EX'MPLE a Good Pla for prh , Thl JlBtdol". I) trim President Arthur's term, he, rrith Ilobfrt Lincoln and other -tiem ' bors o( inscabinel, took a trip throoifh lh Sttalh and H'e-iU AUrj iaro I.tn In HU born in Larue eoMnty. Kn tuck)-, and a fanner lirtn? near ln iilrihplaee, known as "Unele Hob Uajrs, e 'nelTed the Idea of en-tin a eane on the old Lincoln place and pre -rn tin? it to Mr. Lincoln. With girnl labor he preparivl a s-ech. an I pra -liced it dally. Just btfore &Vtr p); for Louisriilo he wrapped tl i. a- U'Crit nroun l thn cane, and i It with twine. When the pretidens . rariy arrirrd, Unole lkb. aelzltiR j his opportunity bejran in a loud j roiee: "Mr. Lincoln" Startled, hey looked up. "Mr. Mnc'dn Dear sir I have the hanor as an hurab e ' repreentitirc of Lame couuty In th preat eoramonwcalth of Kentue'rfr t'ie birthpla-e of your llluslr"as father to present to you this cane nlt for n intr.naie worth but as a me.nento of thut threat and good man whose name is deir to nil. Mr Lincoln. In presenting this cane ah nh Mr. Liueoin in presenting ihU cane I say Mr. Lln.-oln, In irusont Intr this .suae " In rain he tried to re.Vl wlnl came next, then, with sudilon ruiurn to bis ordinary voice and in a tune Indicative of the tfrrnt, eiit kindness and consideration: "Mr Lincoln, I reckon you are tired, nnii the rest of the speech Is wrapped i.-oona the htad of that cane." THEY DEFY ALL DANCER. Marine Knclii'"r Do .Not Alnray II rlva Jui 1'raUe. The marine engineers of the lake lo not always get the praise tin', i due lii-m. If a steamer Ls in dial -it rcqu res careful judgment on ih part of both captala and engineer anil as grent brivcry us has ever ben witnessed on any waters of the world has been exhibited by eng'r.eers or lake crnft. With a clear head thiy have stood Ht their pot, and when the vessel h is gone down tlu otjlu oi hns stoc-l to his post of dutv anil p-r lahed. Th-? chief engineer Is require to nss a rigid examination under t Ik United Slates latvs U takes him long years of, careful study to get i hief engineer's pipers, and rvhon they are in his pov.iMu:o i Hi navi- a mi-uninx to him that . r.'tn . a devotion to duty and linlin m in u u bravo nny danger When It look d n if there would be war between th United SUtes and Chili, there wan i convention of marine enginee's in Wusliington c ty. A d Wa- - from thec-invrnt on watte 1 n xi.i i- aecrcbtry of war with instrii.;tj()iis I-U-nder him theserviws of everr m ic In the convention. Kvcry one of then, was willing to risk his life for ills country. The U-utjil S-ates ain de pend upon that noblu cluss of men the murine engineers in tima of war CUCKINO BRONCOS. rlirrn'a More liicllvutriit FIiaii l'nii I. Itldliii; tne IlrntM., Many pa ipU-h ivo an tdea tint to rldu a Im king li o:ico is the cow-biv's lelig'it, but they're b.ul.y niUt;i..eii There's no fun In It When a thor oughbred .ears und prnneus thcrj'a n i j.ir in It, and I rtitlmr like to have mil. do it if I am riding Hut when u lironeo liui'it . iui. jn-nns Into ihe nil and come-i down stliT leggad. with hl feet planted toether, tnnt j.ir every b.ine in the rider's bo ly, i-Kp eiall the b ickbonn, nnd Is apt to make Ida feel pretty sick in short order. My tir-it uxpriniice with n buck ing bronco cured mo of tho id-a that there was fun In it. I had heard that tho cowboy nlwars locks his hpurs under the broncj's belly nt suuh times. nd so I did the sam.. Well, tho pnrs went through the horse-hair chinch, and tile bronco kept bucking so loii'f as they stai I there. I couldn't get them out till two men came to help mc. Thu proper thing todo when a bron co bucks Is to keep your sn'irs nw.iy from him, balance vourselt forward or backward in the saddle, according to tlo way ho Jumps, iiu.l grip him well between your knees Von have to let him buck till hn gets tired oi it or lind j out he cuti't get you oil. JUST FOH FUN. Turnpike Walker I say. Willie. If you hud a million dollars what would vow do with It? Wdllo Werk lluy a brewery and live. Maude There Is one thing llellt Jan say n bo tit her llance. He bolongi to a well-known family. Oraeo -H deed? What t his name? Muud Smlth. "Is your budness good?" asked thf burglar of tho counterfeiter. "Good," repeated the cjuiitcrfeiter. "Well I should aay it wis. I hu7e been just coining money." Tommy's Mamma So Johnny grab bed your apple, did he? The naughtv boyl Why didn't you grab I fronr him? Tommy, In tear I did. 1 grabbed It from him flrat. conundrum U hat's the dllTerenc betweon a eat and n legal dixsumuntl ! A nswor The one has clawscs nt the I end of Iti pawse; tho other baa pauses at tho end of Its clames I Hunker Pretty hot yestord.iy, i wasn't it? Illi!.ll( t. - -.w. nu III.1UU lilt It. My wife put n i.lckerel lu n soup mruiTii nnu ue persplrea ao much hr wn swlinnilng around inside of thir ty minutes. "Y-n-n-s." said yenng Mr. Ollgpli "I sang fob thorn. Thoy didn't seem to care fob popular musle, though." "Liked Knuothlnsr with more depth tu It. eh?" "Y-a-a a That's what thoy did. So I gavo it to thorn." "Wl.nl om you alng?" "Down In mine." tho coal Think of it, lot lii tho Ferndiilc Ad (Hi Imi iiiiioii).' ilic verdure from iji'.'ft to $100. Sco half paga ad. 1 (( A CAD PREDICAMENT. III Ulr.a fenrprltrd tb loom ln , t Alep on a rarlor ntu i A rerr atniuliig atory is told con- I ce'nlnp a prominent yuunir Ionlv i Tilte MKiety man who TiMted Chicago ' i Jarin? tha worlds fulf. He vai , t"a dlnir at the home of rclatires ' u hlle there, and. as large crowds catne , floeUinp In dnrlns the laU weeW. he j was so accomroodatla? as to jjito uu . ; bis room and sleep on a aofa In the psrlfir. I ! One morning he ovcrnlept himself, I .nd. as his door was nn'ocked, whit ' was his iiurpri?e to And three p etty , Lou svdlc Toune women enter the : . . . . room. He tinu prctenre of ininu I rnoujrh to roll under the aofa, and 1 bjck Into a darlt corner, beforo they I threw open tne shutU-rs. llut, aN , thouffh he had tucked hlmsidf awny. he had neglected to hide his clothes, ' h eh were thrown across a rocking , chair. The girls saw the clothl'ig, I'"" tlon tho dealer was forced to but, believing tkey had been left ! confess that tho sign a rdarosaology .here accldenUlly bv the lady of the a dccoptlve: tho chain was not house, thought nothing about them KI1- bo admission in thr Instance aud bcg.m a lively chat about th wu 'ran1 Tho indignant clergy matters t.f the day. ,man ranJo lomo "trongly pertl Tho youug man did not mind h'a nont remark. Angored at being im rlsonmeut at first, but grew rer i entrapped and remonstrated with, nervous as tho minutes gradual! ! toro-kocper threatened to ct enirthencd Into hours. Ho stood ft for two hours, but at last grew sn ex tik! cra'cd that he thuinDd upon the ilnor, and meekly put his head out 'rom under the sola nnd asked the young women to lo ive him until In put on his clo'.hes. II Is needless to tsy that their embarrassment wn3 gr.-nt, and that none of them men li uca it while In Chicago, but, as the y unir man has since recovered front the shock, ht hns b-.'en unable to re Itra n lilmsolf f ro n telling a few frieuds of his awkward predicament. NOT A STRANREH. IIU IVulurra Were tainlll.r to the I.onc- unVrlair IIuiik Clrrk. "I s'poe I'll have to go and get somebody to Identify mo beforo you'll ensh this check." tald-tlm man nt the binlt cashier'.s. window, dolefuli,, "and I'm a tranger In this town TI.ero uin't a boul here that kuo me." ' Your name," rcpMed the ca hler, after a moment's Inspection of his a r, "is Ambrose Ilaybenslaw. " That's right!" exclnime.l tho other n Hurprl-.o. "How do you know m na'iiM?" "You wereeured of nervous exhaus tion and k.d 'or dlseaso of eleven vears' stnn ling," was the re.-)ly, "be taking four een boUlt-sof Illan'.chim' Sa-Miparill., prleo 81 a bitlle 1 I by ail drugglsth. none genuine with out th name of the mniuf.iutni-er In raised letiers on the bottle," co-itlnue I the casliicr, ra:s'ng his voice nnd ' ipeuking with g -owing irritation. "ami a cure guaranteed in all cases i where taken nccor ling to dlrcctlonii or mono? cheerfully refunded hand over your check and lie qu'clc about it. f51, all right, here's your monev, and I'll give you 810 more if you'll tind s imo wav to get the publishers of the Adro ate of (iiiHpei Libsrty that I've been taking for the last twenty-five yean to qn't minting your portrait In their iidvertls ng columns. I've seen It every week foratxteen months nti ! I'm tired to death of It and if you haven t ;.ny further business you ca.i take your money und go; go.d nfter- nounl" Kl44d llio tr.re. A lawyer tells u story of how he got even with a preacher. It was on the occasion of his second marriage After concluding the ceremony the minister tonk advantage of the privilege ac corded him by custom of khsing th bride. While so eng.igcd tho lawyer suddenly Imprinted a resounding le ss on the check of the mlnUtor'.s wife. who wns standing Immediately bciiind tho wedding i nrty, - The la lv was in illgnnnt and tho minister asked for nn explanation. Cooli v enou rh, and In a few words, the liwyer e.xprcssn I the opinio i that It was a ' oor rule that wouldn't work both ways, a.id be hud as in noli right to. less the priaclier's wife ns the former had to li hi thu bride. Nxtnrr's llmirr I'nc'nry. Teat diggers at Cavendish, Stnd more, Ireland, havo inaile a rcmurku. ble discovery. At a depth of uearlv twenty-five feet they have linear bed stratum of what ut pears to be pure butter. Thu "vein'' varies lu thick ness from one to seven inches, and Is aid to bu of tho cousls'oncy of com mon bar soap. Geologists who havo visited tho locality of this wonderful find say that It is slin,dv a layer of mineral wax, but tho workmen still dec are that "Indade, it's a bog of butter." If the stratum proves to be extensive it will probably bo utilized In tho manufacture ot soaps and nandlea. Cnnipnlnorj- It-He'on. A writer of tho dny givey au amusing Illustration ot tho ruligiousenthiisiaHm of tho llusslaus, and their desire to ex tend the Knowledge of tru'.h. Tho authorities every now au 1 then makr au exour-.!on Into Siberia and bring back a lot of llnddhists. whom thoy proceed to biptizo In .plte of their lotidly-exprcssHl d'nscnt. After bap tizing them they ..y to them; "Now, you dogs, yon uro Christians, nnd you can go and pray to your nasty go Is a-s ,,,!, j "' as you wish, and thank thcin Uiat you art Chr.at ans." "Dab's nnw pooplo llbbin' in d hoiiHO Vro.ts do road Turn you." "'Deed doy Is. An' duy'a qualltj folks, Ioia" "How kin yoh tull?" -Caio doy liub do signs. Doy h.,ii.u iln.r linli 'ulil iint I nn fS fl.ofr f(Jjlow raftn.ii "How?" "Doy don' look do chickens up In 10 wood 'shod." Snbscriuo tor eho Ardmoroite 1 A MUSCULAR PKRSON. cnilh tllrln IUi rat aa Jjid to nn OMtlnal Mtlnlle. A curious onse (w diecussod In nn English court recently. aya the Jowolcrs' Weekly. It Tnvolvcd a question whether intentional decop- tlon wus uracllced In Iktiellni; a watch and chain as "Gold utch and t huln." 'l"ho obvlou meanlni; of tho wording, and one to whiah no exctsplion can bo taken, was (hat both tho arttoles were of gold. A cluriryman paining the lore In the winduw o( which thoy wcro dUplajvd w thn lgn: "Gold Watch hod Chaln.prlce 1, lis, Id" (about 7.6 i). r . t i r . I i I . I vonsiueriDif me uurcuin uuconiuoniy cheap, no opened overtures lor a purchaso. Beforo, hswever, putting Upon t tho final clinch, ho demanded written (juarnntce that tho quulltr ' ootii watch nnd chain was oiactly " roprosontd, Jhiust Into an ugly 'l"r- Hut he male a sad error in cnrnclng tho clerical ciutn. I mur. who, it appear, hod pasacd the I university with flying colors as a ' finished nthloto. I "Look hero," said the old gymnast, 1 "I don't want to tako advantage of I you, but if you lay a linger on me I'll 'trim' you round the bhop. You may ! take some persons to bo old women, I bill you uro in tbo wrong box this j time." rui'thor tho wo-ild-bo e.'ector did not venture A podecrann was hu ru in. mod and tho (lea. or arrested. Tho tnugistruto lined him, alter which ho cuurrcd his way homo, a sadder and I a tUUcll Wiser man. ALL FOH NOTHING, If tba Lad Had Her I'nrft Wh.t Mnro Con d Mie WmU An Engll&h ledy. walking down tho Lung 'Arno In I'loronco, missed hor jiursa The suspicious movomcnU of a man in front made her boldiy demand tho ft'dou property. Too nmuzod to rofuse tho thief handu ! ovor tho piiiso. Indignant at s ch broad-day robbery, the lady stopped un elegantly dressed gentl-rnan aud. in oxcl'ed tonos. bognn to nour out her L'rlovunco. .Merely waiting to hoar "that man atolo my purse," tho gallant Itultun rushed alter tba thief, who promptly took to hm I heols. U'hoy had a good run lxjforu j tho thief could dodgo his purauor. 'fho Biin of a summer day did not LHp tho polite rlorcntino to koop cool; un r.ilfitr.nfl nn.l imf nt t,,.M..tl, I. a. tumcd back to- moot tho fcjiglUh lady with profuio apologlos. "Mud iim, I tun vory. very eorry. I did my best, but your purse Is gone." "Oh, no!" she ropllol. tiwoutlv, "I havo my pursn. 1 got it buck from tha mun." ":iot your pui-.o back: Tor Haeeo' What did you wnnL then.n "Want! Why. I want justloo." It was too much, oven for proverbial Italian urha.il ty. and. nlmoit chok ing with suddon wrath, ho gusved out: "Just co' To think I ahould huve run inyjolf Into a pernpirution for justlco " Mm -imi mm on A proinlnont 1 ng-liMiiiiitn. Iird l., and a provorbiul hater of America and Amoi'lcuns wu dining lately In Paris with tho Hritish miuistor. and next to him at thu tablu wr.a u notud Noivp rt twllo, .llxs X. 'l"ho con- j vurMition had drifted to a dlscundon I of things Americaiu It is naedlcM to say that Lord 1). mado soma pretty dlbngri-cablo remarks about oio Amurictins ho hud mot nud soma Yunkuu customs ho abhorred. "Why. d'ye know," ho contlnitod with ao almost unpnrdonnblo want of taut, 'that nt hoiho of tho pluces I dined In America I saw panplo cat with tholr knivns nnd spill tholr soup on tho -tabloolothi"' ,MUs X. was thor oughly provoked by this time, and sho ropllod with apparent nnennoorn: "Whut poor lottors ol introduction you roust ha e had, my lord." There was no ni. ro tin plea ant talk about Amorica that ovonlng. Harper's Uuzar. C.rox. Grog, a mlxttiro of spirits and water, wiiii io called fn m Admiral Vernon, a distinguished lirltlsh sailor. Ho alwa b woro a urogram coat and wus called "Old Grog" by his Bullorn. Ho Introduced the ration of npIrltH into the navy bill of faro, and tho mixture at once received his nlcknamo. Arll.llcllljr llHiullnl. "Did you hear about young D'Art, tho china palntor?" "No: whnt is it?" "Hu has boon eorvod like his own ohltm." "How is that?" "His wifo's father fired him." A llr llirr's 1horr, I.ittlo Dot -Isn't papa rich? Llttlo Dick Yos.ovorybody says ia Llttlo Dot Thon why doos ho say ho wants mo to leiirn how to oarn my own Iviing when I grow up? LIU o Dlok So somo ouo will marry you, 1 guess. An t'n rxpt-c ted rina.iir. Miss WlnslowX-I'm very glad yon called, Mr. ulkqr. .Mr. Walkor Oh. thanks, awiully. Miss Vinslow, more enthuBiat ticully Yes, 1 ara so dollghtod to havo toon that beautiful dog of yours. Truth. IllUftfnl iRimrnnre. "I don't btdiovo that aunt of mlna knows sho baa a moustache" solilo quized young Spoonamore, "and It'a bean right under her nose for tb laat twonty-Uvo ycara.''