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B1 i iffwi T m fcrj tlwmMiwMK t mill nCt usiijM i mi- I -1 tei. &9r :r4 ar ,
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JJgtLZTMSSi ar o wiwttf ajw w wawat a k . . i '
THE 0jd 4ZJ-Gi
M aaMT
tk M4MOM Irf '
t mi Wi taw f
atm law a Mitatie
Mat aMtf )7T
aH atwcuiMM t tnjort iuy aMaiat
.fit b amagal U t kvrW
tkM. la atfltleU
M M ma atlalra.
MuMtta la & arna wnftliil t
Mas aT tOk U ao Wk faal.
kat ar lti kt koaat Tkff u7
ulfc kJMat hhm at in laaaa.
omt via ml Thr r
.arautfzatfcM, ka taw i atilaj(
-. to aa. A ff tae arw rt
Mjawfcaa s WMrtzl anar.
k a it'- teat euturiin
r4tiatiM. "UI A
mmmi; a atta eta Hti ovUtlat of 7
.ftf a4 U k y& dUin. bat wll
x, ataa raa not frM'MfiM tar k"-
i4. Mm mar rt ar ofnali-
Tfcatu U in In "M W
AowaW U at kit tfi vatf Hatrat
aaHHt
Maft'j Mr. llzwcuoU Mr. Kft'A
a wratflt(1 ((MMUtr
vH Ui kp kA4K oil tk mat
fit tk fi eonatltvtloa-
CoUter'a Watklr waa caocbl with
fat JKKMla that mlftiit bara alfoetod
fi pnin. It U ttm for CaAIXt'
i . quit mnekrablnK.
In mat ftmru tbt folia lax will
r m4 It way InUi tb bt bMdlloa of
Ilia Ohtotuma nowantKr at itiuciUtn
Uaw: "As tbr wkm no optxwltlon
10 tat lipnutrmtU: nthUi tlckat tba Kh
k " larat."
HOOiCVGUT AMD MHGR0G8
111 prraldant't action In dlamlaaitttf
ah oatlra b4llln of tba twaty-A(tb
lataMlrr rf lro troop waa h bra
at a of hit
Maat northern uoopMi h wrn
boat bafora lb war or wcr oung
dtifinK lb war, or tbo rooMt ruction
irtod, wre rwatwl with tha lia tbni
H ftoicro bill (Kit Im traatMl mt
wkRa paraon, but ltn iMJtu leeway
U Iht mUr of crlmo. Tlioim ikx.i.i
tttll Lnlnk that tlio iHinltlJiRMnt or a
angni l a wrfmK Ui IiIh xcm. Mr.
Koovli wbh raarod with this liloa,
M1 It wat nut till afUrr ho liwjnrno
Khai)Hil that tia tMtormoil liU lia.
ft baa Waa Hlrwo h iMoarnn pmtildtmt
that Uh hKiin U lrn lht u nt
ant ran Mtowlt crlrno hi wull mm the
vrblta man and buM Iki pimlKh'.0 for
erlma )lk otbr crtraliMilit. iinn a
fnlr Mian, Mr. ItKwvelt hN Httnllod
Ibo (iiiHatkmH InvolvfKl In the raro ajn
(lltlrHiH. and ban reformed hln Idoan.
Hint )in thonld dltmlta trom the
nniiy tNtopt which wre lncnpnldt of
HndaraUndInK Hint murder mutt ho
IMinMiHl Thi aoldl'irM rHfuatd to
Biro 'it or to Identify thp miirdiirore,
H& In that wnv hcMtni cflmltiala
UiniwIVYfU'Vll' jhowa( tlmt tioy
ootild not ho tniKtod. Of roiirHo qulfj
u nunihcr of III" coldlrrH of' tht h(
ItJIoil ore Itlnocwii it nti off -nv'tr",
mm feMl IB JC ' , . i TUC r 1 1 1 T ar Ann teak tare la Sa-
ft Martu irawaww at ta
vw, aa 1 at7 at tat aw'f rf ar
rviear i aiiB lr Owomt
Kr K ta CtC&crt tMnaaC tat
'r,M nJ Ck tn x aat1 'Mat
H a OcatW jkai ta riavai fct
mm aat jnaacanas aui aaw --i-aM
Hmh r ta atmn il i
ta faato7 vm k
(at X Twt kvrtka-
M hi kaavm. at
date OoaW
atctr part te
tat Mr yovfc
dMt taMaat of
CtOfcvr's (a taat far ! feat
anirajaiwik iBi Pr. It
mate tkaa M UAtx trtt
Jfew. m rya ka, 4t5't
't b'Ml MHiriillH U K i-
tMfrkt imv avm or kaat vt
It kas uataat IU ipm fe4a
etiariMtAlr It kat foaa4 atwrtor
jMivta la maataalr aart aaato aaf
aoMoa aoratai la pat tat Mb "
lav. ifkttaa; faaal teak a Vt'.r
wal btratataatly, tt h aot arrprutavc
that at laat tommtm kat artata t
flat (AaMttklt.
II K m aawt that CoOior't
Warklr 4ayi praeUeal fAltic to ta
tjt of vrlthboMIoa; tk nymn of
h tobauso traat baoiat'i tat t-ipoawf
tjn4 atv lartah'M Ktwtl a ptum
ivrntlr vfth Lh Hmfrm
ramoalaa aatf. ttrfor, bate
t4tm6M to l dltadTaotaip of
Hock, tkt imptMiloa -UI Mfewty bt
MUbHakiH IkAt fTa la tk ut&v of
f)ll'f' tb 4y tj xaa of fditfec
iHb a atrataxy that b trtittpk
of tkttr oa -a-takoa raiatr Uua tb
rletory of tat rtxkv
Tatro ol4 bt aotklai; amatlai;
a 'ksit,1tkr. It la ataiplr lpeilb
you karw. to imata a pabllcailoa
-'kvM baaiiMHM U cos4H!4 on iif k
lAfMty 14'ihU aa COb'i-AMvM u
oaradlnK jry llttl wMlo Oathrt
r ARM EnS UMIOM MEET IMC.
Larg Atltftdarvee Eaect4 furnbr
of Mtttr to Be Cntld;rcd.
Tat fiatrwt raraHrra Ualoa -wklrh
It to Moat bar Friday will b oao of
lb lareaat attad4 of any hlo wi;fc
la tb naat tral Montkt. It la an
ticipated that at It 200 dlKatfc
will bo proaent from lb tweaty-clKbt
inlona In tba Olatrict. Tb onUot
will not only be largely attended but
atrvtral matur of conl4rable Iro
pcrUort will Im dealt with, flpadal
atUmtlon will I jrlvfn tb cIvarluK
boo plan Inatltutad by tb union,
whereby the farmtra will endeavor to
arrant tB4ttr ao aa to b able to
hold tbtr cottw ttntll lh prlc- aot
by tbo nnloa can b aeard.
Soni arranKmota will b pr
fctt4 for tb erection of a war
hoaa, and In all probability tbe
Crmmerdal Club will b aakfd to
mako itood tb offi-r ncrofitiii vrrral
wiyk ao, that of fwrnlfthlna th tltt
and tbo donation of 11.000
Charlti 0. Manf&rd.
Tbwo U h viKoroux orttortcal
tv)nn In tb part of "Marc Antony"
In "JhIIui ('aoaar,' which maV.rm It
an p(datly auiublo rol tor an actor
pOMrfHtnlnc th Kracfut of pirnnaHty
and declamatory powr which have
Alwayt ht'-n W)mmntM on nr. din
HnRulthlnK charactorlttlca of Charlon
II. Hantord. It It ( remnrkaldn thlnit
tlMt Mr. If.'tnford ahould. Hlrnot at
tho otiU-t of hit caroor, have atopped
Into the roll; with which he haH nl
wayn boon moat hrlllantly Idontlflwl
AHhouKh It hat lcn n hitiK tlmn
a'neo Mr flnnfnrd wm ncrn In "Marc
Antony" tho ttudcmtH of tho daRO
ttlll rcfor to him ah tho boau Idoal
of that cbaractor. UIh Hppoaranco In
thlt city nt the Itohlfton ojxira liouo
on Mondav, Novomhor 19, will ho
iwaliud with ovon nioro than tho
i;roat ItftttroHt which tlii ,nnounco
rpcqt of a HanforJ onBagomnt nl
wnya. nronton. Cyrtala hop tin nt
ajata ao. j
Tat wmB? tcaMaa wrrkir
ut-HHwii. vummet aat
ar
nar at tat mm&mbb ate tam
Tat wtKkm 10
au at
at
Mrt !
rtn--4 wat ae
TW ftjaf caatt to or4r ky
W. K likaiaa vko atataf (aat tat aV
Jet of tat aMtiMt wi tor tat mt
ot aayatotmr k ifltlitrr W
tat ataaiajlal iiiiiwHih meat
t iavaausat BoaallliiiM H tat
la tat M'Mlata. for th ?.-.
ire orrkv$mat f tat atav
Otakiac of tat object a! tat jtwu.r
Mr Mtmaem aaM: It ( ear JaM
to a4 a 4catkva to aatt tat bos
'roo new of oar stale aai d;r tau-
.1
atsUsif rtttoa. aat who eta
oaalat tkAW lih ooadtieaA at-
witatmt our atramai caia. Tb eon
nrittat ap(oia(d by ta CoajreU
crah t ato4 ky tat efett of craft
era maa It hkww tat rtswMtaan
to xaatt tkoa wattwm -tth a coo
altt of mn vko wfll Maenaist theta
vttfe eoadhloat aa ay an-. U
tbooM BMt oar ipaMtt at Boark Mr
Altr or coat otatr iilst o tb
.04 aa tail: vttk thai aaf tpUJt
tbf eoaMuoai aai ads for tb r&
ritory. Tb ooatmittat, "bnavt!
aaoat of ntpaktteaaa wfll al&d to
BMtt wltk a eotamiu79 of u,psw.ni--tl
rraab''aa aad wAtt ;tuw-
thaa at t Ju&s.
Mr JobtiHoa vaa coa.r-lld to lv
to atttad tk ?9r ux and II
W MfOill waa called to tb" caalr.
Aft-.- a ooaaif rfrabl-duaaaia tb
biwao Hw.i"Ar to 4-ct x atl:saUn
of ooawlKlai; of W. It. JokoKMi.
C W. UwKaaaok, U 8. D4lma. T. X
KoHt, aad fhua Wfka to -; t the
cociMlUfe at tfoath McAltior m1
-nt-;lala tbem MI fcr.
Afu-r tkia vm don, Sam Week
tb defeated candldat for dlat
the ronttlta'loaal contention, -
?it-n the floor aad made a few re
mark alone tbeto Una. Mr. W-kt
Bid In part: "Vr botn bfcatra. bu'
I ra not whipped, we pot up a aord
fltbl and cut down the Democratic
majority from K to 2S7 ot-. The
Ropibllran won 317 tot'-a and thr
tjrmocrata lost that many. We must
Vl together aad frame up for a flfht
In tho nut municipal election. I be
flore that K6 per cent Of tbo citizen
of Ardmoro ar dtaaatlaflod with th'
preaent admlniatratlon and the Kcpub
lleana can vioct a fall city UckH aest
prime.
"If we got aa earnott aa tbo Demo
crat we would have a botu-r show
ing, but we alept during tho !at cam
paiga. We had no republican oratora.
Then who rtr Heard of a party win
ning in any political fight without
newkpaper. We have aa offer from
a man In tbo houao who will make a
hutlnoa proioilllon to ua nM. tal'v
(bat lint onterpriat w ho fcWf-wit
talalnK frrm the ttart, and tayfi that
he can coo rind you that it will Ik
a paying mroatateal. He wanu you to
boy Htock anxl tho ntocV will bo worth
100 cont on tho dollar. Wo can't
win unltta.,! have a paper. I want
to mention th name of It. M. O'Dell '
Mr 0'Ill wantod a commlttoo ai
tainted U m-el with him to dltvctma
the proftltlon. On motion a commit
o, contlttlnK of V. II. Johnaon, Hum
WvoM. nuy I. Cohb. Ham Noble. H
A. Doiijcltt, Jake llrodowllz. J .V
Harrold and C. W. Ilatimharh. wa
appointed to confer with Mr. 0'Dcdl.
U. H. Cornmlttlnnor T. . Ilohnott
fltkod for tho prlvllpcu of the flrxjr
nd made a nhort (tprfch. Mr. Itoh
uott knld fli part at folio wh: "Wc
mutt Kt our hoailH toitethor and. en
deavor to make eomv nrranBomentt
for tho flsht thht aprlng. Tho Demo
crntH daro not put nit thev proniUJ
hi tho conetlfjjtlon. and tho won't
to-C -
5A
iaaaaat tat i tuSc iec i io.
r?.-. i.-,; Pr. sti- tj tscM9aMl tat MO. Tat TteJtar tia
.-iftf.tr Cia &ti PW. aaas A fcaaw a! rii io asat
a; Ps-r Vnti- T&t . nan 'iaat rkkJ faAac.
t-vialt ' 1 1 ; Pr!tt- j kiM v yuaat ixz tot X-aaortTf
twrttocy aat vi I Uojm bi-t tj
.aat tas f froac tat AHaact 9tl.
to taia. tat orr at tat loxaotl !
I
AT'
Sai-
Hard. aaar biays t
ky kotk
aa. TV aw ta ttartf:
x faatartr. aat -ffi ja aaa a!
a rteorJ krkr ta footkti: ktatory
la tat arc atax.
At tkrat o clock fa tat aftcratqa
tat o fcra. kaatfad bj Maaact;
iu of ik Ardaaor uaxa tarf
Maaager Waadarach of tat 8!?fcsr
team, saarcatd dova Mate atratt to
tb football Aeid. Tottering wrt a ' wtU bhrw. eattas tat auae. wltk
kaack of rooters, watteg tk toaajth ball aUU ta Ardawre'd Vtrrttory
colors aad harraaiag for their teams ad te tae laa .jMoa oc tk Tiattors.
Bveryvatre tb black aad gold.
wkteh kaoptaed U b the of
th teaats, -raa iatndeaee. To tae
A.-daor eotorv. to dteUagateft thes
f;om thoto of tk Ttsttts? taua. aad
ba ad44 tat bHe ribioc. aad bra
tf nAA Aad bUc'iC Saueted from tk
ltael cf casta, eadrcl Ou aau
of eatkattaatic ;oo(r of both tx.
aaf --re iv.J froc tb whip
atxrVc of assy Tb!ctes. H U sat
to say th&t aTr Wore bad tack
&t&itiAa bm skOTs orer a fx
ball aax ta tkU dty.
Tae xam m a clean, ck cce
aai more tkaa oaco Loch gotta ec
tkratsd. The f-o teams are about
evealy matched la -sretbt. galpkar'a
Mae is probably lighter tkaa Ard
more't out uoir ba'f& are aocb hear
ier, nrhile the t-o falloicVj are about
tho sib weieat. The Hilpbar Utrt
VO-- a great dl more practico tb&a
tbe Ardmore busc. Ari sncre boyk
ptayi (rood ball bat lack team
worfc blch come only from prat
tle;. Individually several Ardmore
playerf played a tur game. Tho two
halfbacks. Tram aad l'rict. were ta
the game at all times and did tome
star work. Tlc Frame broke
through the Sulphur line and- also
mad? teveral good ULCkl. I'rice
made n-t to the I .ureal run of the
same, the loagest being made by a
Sulphur player. Other player on tbe
Ardmore team did good work. Wal
lace, fullback for Ardmore, and Hail
ey, fullback for Sulphur, both played
good ball. liailcy prcbaoly played the
oest game put up by any Sulphur
man. filmore and Hinckley, half
backs for Sulphur, both made koqi
runt. The IIjo of both teams snow
a med of praties at they play his.!
aad repeated gains were made wh l
either team bucked tbe line.
iiulllns of Ardmore and Masters of
Sulphur &rred as referee, white
Rick m un of Ardmcre and White ol
Sulphur kept time. The game was
two fifteen minute half with an in
terrelation of ten minute.
The game ia second of a serie-i d
three same to bo played botuvo?"
the two team, 'the flrat game was
played laat Sunday on tho Hulphcr
itrldiron and rexultel n a victory for
thi Holphur boya. The third of
rioill lie playwl at Bulphur Hun
day next, the ISth. at which tlma
the cbamplrunhlp will be decldod.
Promptly at 3:30 o'clock the newly
Innate) plK nkln waa punted Into
the Held and the Ramo wan culleJ.
The raptAlnx of the teaniK fllpd
for the kick oft, Ardmore winning.
Ardmore chote to protect tho wetit
Boal. At the blow of the referees'
whittle the plK kln wnt hooted far
lnu the Sulphur boyV torrltoo' and
the game wan on.
The kick placed tho ball within
V) feet of the viHltlnc tearn'H coal.
A hutky RiiaM caucht the hall hut
was downed In hU trackH. Sulphur
hammered the Ardmoro lino for two
down, and punted. Ardmoro nccurcd
the had and nenl n man for a gall),
on an end run. The name play rih,
Mitlted In unolhcr aln. Ardmoro wah
tMrr '-at Imu .Crtaort
mk t uoiae wf a lar &
cUi. Aaototr Hr of tat mm llorf
-t-w mm$ aat tat Selakar
tck tat aUl tHoata? to 3wt?aa.-.
Tat
timum uuaiataf to nk tat
e kat -rirr kkL Taty utasotal
ck. bat Lcaia aa Arteor max
at lA.ty&sk tat Mat aai oersted
,tat fallback before tat Uek oatU be
i and. Ardatore atc-zred tat kJl aad
ikaatairrf tat Salaaar tatat tor
i Arteor west tkromgh tat Use
I tor gam- Ardatort as a ama
' tkroaajk eestar kat rambled the ban.
9lpkr fdl apoa tat bail .'aat aa tat
1 Tk hte-aj
i amiltiwr
i 'Wail, K. .
vaa a lothr:
Ardmore
Mia. R- E.
Bottlax. R- T
Wyoat, R. o.
Raadot. C
.Sarrf. I G
Prht. I. T.
Pric. U K
IsueriOc. Q. B
Harris, R. H. B
Fraae. L. H. B
.Valla. r .B
Keel, JC T.
5la, R. C
McBiraik, C
Bare. I G.
L. T,
McUarsiia. U il
Giacoaliii. Q. B.
Gimor-, R. H. B.
Hlaclckfy. U IL B.
Btty. T. 3.
Ardaore wbs Gray, O -oa
tobby, Aadrs2. Jotns.
May
Eshett cf the Garr.e.
Ardmore it just awa:ala; to t&e
tact that football is a cto4 Mosd
to tb aatiOGal ;se of bueball.
The si'oric of Fraae is the klcd of
or wUci 11I make Ardmore rtc-
toriouA on tb eriJJroa.
lilac): aad sold toot well oa a Tic-
torioas fiold.
I tie 02tbs&iaa oa the football
field Taeaday aftoraaoa is -srhat Ik
1 eoJd to oaccarage a teen.
' x !OOd football or baseball team it
tae beat advertisement a town can
put on the road.
All th boys come ia for tbe glory
of winning tbe game.
Tb ulpbur bora played cleaa
xood ball and are ready to ccatat
th decisive game Sunday. Ardmore
It practicing.
MANY IMQUIRIES RECEIVED.
Commercial Club Receives tetter
Daily from Eastern Capitalists.
A number of Inquiries have been
received by tbe Commercial club with
In tb pM few daya making Inquirior
as to whether the city had any bond
to offer on th market. Tbe letter
wast received from an oat tern flnan
der who stated that be was anxionr
to Invest In Ardmore municipal bonds
Manufacturers' Record, one of tho
leading periodicals of its kind In the
country, hat written to the Commer
cial club for a statistical statement
ct tbo Industrie hero, and all tbe In
fonoAilon possible concerning thin city
a an Investment Hold.
Ardmore In rapidly forging to the
front and by the citizen pulling to
gether Lnd casting atide partisan poli
tics tho city will double IU population
within the next five years.
WORK ON STORM SEWERS.
Ground Will
Be Broken
Thursday
Morning.
Work will bo commenced on the con
Btrtictlon of the storm towers Thurs
day mornliiR. to stated II. K. Mc
Collum of the McQuattjrs I'lumblnr
and Machine company WwlnodT
morning. A larpe forco of hauds will
ho Ftntted out tomortow mornlnR to
hcRln excavation on Cftddo street and
from then on, labor on the new .work
will ho rushed iih rapidly as ns-l.
hip. After having flni'hiil Cadd
street work will he enruux need i
Mnin street so as to Wfntt cf the
wjiy of tho paving work
9j At.'BMIi P;44.
Kaatr. Ki, Kck 11.' 0 Kmr
taanr at Catkal Statai Sutw
aaaMi tkt oaMtau of U-
caJtart rroltr U L D. Hat trtoa.
v0 kMr trcatal iit:tr. tab
OB aiajott iaroftU;
SU akou -r Strut at Uornr t
HujuHmam. kat moat of tka u.
ocrv74 at tat x
by aaaj pnoca w
tatir rr
Maary tmj4 fana a pnrsi sor
ryaac aft ;t rkootrttT; aad trorr
t-rfT afV '. 'Vrcrc.f. --kf b-
WTtadart t to cari Oarrett. kc
Us&s-i klai ap paa1st; the retts
tary bt&rtac. -Mck -tJt be citl
Stcsrday.
Tkoe catiated -sitk tk trvskfe
-Kaael ai i-e; Xzmts. u extat t
tk ases My tau dirsiee
ot-sc s. hd dJ prectpttat ti
fhcxi? today. Tko who kao?
both atec vere aot fsrprised at tk'
fata! 4TrrkB&at of affair to-ia
xkn they am for tk ftrs. Urn U.
Eye -irttawaM say both bbb start.'
thootiag about tat am time. Moaey
-ras at tat depot vaithtt; for the east
koaad traia. Header wo approached
aad th dad started, tbe fin, shot
beisg at lot ranee, bat tt- '.'.ben
t time, when Money sad He&dersct
wer not twtaty feet a"prt
Money kild Lcfiore Harr.t nar
her ten years aco aad was acotiitt-x
He as1std J. K. Vardamaa. then ed
itor of a Greenwood paper, now rot
ernor of tke sut. -bea tbe diSeelt
arof-j with tie Stoddard brother, rv
salUsR ia oae of the brother's de&tt
The best lec-1 coaas4 baa bts ea
pa?ed. aad tbere will be a bitter
Scat ia tie court? over the killing.
Read B'.tscs, Corha c Fresiley"
aJrertiaetaeat ia this paper aad 7 ok.
ill cot weader why they hare socb
crowdfi every day. XI-t
The Ecieatiftc construction of th'
smithsoian truss laseres the warer
omfort and safety. This truss hold
'-erfectlr but with seatle pressure
II M to 13 0v.
U F. J. RAM5KT. DrtitBtiet.
A NAVAL REBUKE.
T-mo Admiral, a raptaln and a Foul
In Mnnlla liar.
When Dewey" SVet was at Manila
the late Admiral Chichester was thou
a captain. On one occasion Admiral
DieUriibs, the (Itjrtr.au. cnt out tbe
Ir?ne on aa a::rvvealsl errand sad
without tbe ift'imary notlfloatisn t
tbe i-ouiui.iml.-r of the blockading Ut-et
Admiral lwy had suffer 1. lie
tboucht. sutii-lcni:y from that sort of
thins, aud sj th? ndmiral sent a v.e'.
acro tho I-o-o's hows and notified
her tstta!n h it she would not be per
mitted to depart without a statement
:s to her dwtinatlon. It was not Ad
miril rMelriohV mission to ouarrH
with both the Amerk-an ami the Eng
lish Ce?tn on this critical occasion, so
be Mriyht to find out Captain Chlchcs
tor's puri In preo of a eallUloo. Go
'ng ou imf Chichester's ship, he an
trrily oxclalmel. "Did you see what
Dewey did to my blpV
"Yes." r.-p!iel Chichester.
"Whr.t wxild you have done If It had
been au UnglNb shlpr
Well." said ('hlche-iter, convenient
ly assumliiR that the Irene's captalu
bad sailel without orders from DIo
drldm. ' Td have put my captain In nr
rcst. and then I'd huvo cone on board
the Olympla ami n;Hibslal to Admiral
Dewey f jr havini; such n fool In com-
maud of oho of my ships." Harper's
wooKiy.
A J'lict' llomrlj- Fucc.
The jijet RoKors was atlllcted with u
notably unpleasant, cadaverous coun
tenance, which, with nil hi Intellectual
Iower, was a mortification to him. To
hide his auuoyaiue. he Joked about his
usline.s inccsouiitly and deceived his
friends Into suppeduR him Indlffereut
to It. He once turned to Sydney
Smith, who, with Byron and Moore,
was dining with him, and said:
"Chautrey wants to perpetuate this
ralsornble f.ieo of mine. What pose
would you su:set that 1 should take?"
"If you really u Ish to spare the world
ns much possible." said the wit, "I
would. If 1 were you. he taken nt my
prayers, my face hurled In my bauds."
ItORcrs hmchtil vtlih the other pr
ions present. lut he hlbt u mallsuant
Blance at the Jester and. it Is said, nev
er fully forgave hltu for tho bonmot.
Out of Twenty Kinds the Oest.
"Ship onoiRross Dr. .dondenhall'fl
Chill and Fever Cilro. It Rives tho
best satisfaction of about 2il brands
I carry." J. 7t. HafTord. Drtipitlst.
Rector, Ark. Children like l Sold
on a signed Ruaranty by W B, Frame.

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