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I of George Sheldon of Oswego OewecoN OewecoNT X 3dY XT
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the reverse VftBe He nays his way Wh wherever whereverhe waerevelh
he h goes Is an omnivorous reader of th thbest the tbeIt thebest
best It Hterature and a traveler of wide widediscernment wieledi widediscernment
discernment di rnment and experience experienceBat
Bat be never rides In the last fifty fiftyyears ACtyars fiftyyears
years ars he has visited everjr every eO important importantfair ImportanJ
J fair exposition or Industrial IndU8tr exhibition exhibitionKivrn exhlbttlonrhfn exhibitionD
D Kivrn In the United Bta States and D4 hats hatscovered basovfffiI hascln
cln covered erect the t e ethire rftlr distance from place placet
t tfl < > place on foot footH tootHI
H HI spent nt months at the centennial in inPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
3 Philadelphia he journeyed jouru to Chicago Chicagofor
for the Worlds fair At each of f the thelater thelat thelater
later lat r successive expositions expoet OD in Omaha OmahaAtlanta 0 t UibaAtlanta 1ha 1haJ
J Atlanta Buffalo Bu and Charleston he was wasan wuan wasan
an interested < < spectator But the rail railroads ranroadw railroads
roads profited nothing for he traversed traversedthe tra Yened
7 the th hundreds of mU miles between the t va various va varloUII various ¬
rious points in I the most mo t primitive man manner maDn manner ¬
ner n r known to man man manafoot afoot afootIm fo t tTm
3 > Im a philosopher he remarked to toa t toa
a 1 newspaper n paper representative 1 I dont dontbelieve dontb dontbelieve
believe b li ve M itOt work In my 111 opinion man nanmade manJ
J 1 was al madeiG made to enjoy life not to be bela atlavr a aMavo
Mavo la f to it Having Ha so decided I mere merely merely mereTy ¬
ly live Ufmy my life in Inacoord accord with my con convictions conilf conrieriona ¬
victions victionsWhen rierionaWhen ilf ion ionWh
When Wh n1 my ivyh i7 father fa died more than thanfifty thanfi
fi fifty f ft t y years ago he Iett jay brother and andniypeif andlJ
lJ 1 myself nl fIJf comfortably eGInf oft ot se far as the theRoods tMf4ds thegnods
Roods o of this world are concerned The Thei TIM TIMJ Thennal
J 1rMnal i neonal properly was divided bet betwee1J wee weeti
7 ti and I aft a5ilbie fi stole e to get t an income o oirariy OC OCIfa oR oRDariy
irariy Ifa 11 lO oo a year out of my portion portionThe portionJ portionThe
J The farm was never divided My Myt Mybrother y yJ yIrother
t brother rot her occupies It It In Inbe kite summer I Ittmip It It
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ttmip t I top about from place to place wher wherer
< er f fancy leads we weYears taeYears e
Years Y an ago before the Thousand TbouaDCIb is isii
ii 1 141 sins l and the most picturesque spots spotsthe Spotsh potsI I
h I the north woods of New York were werekntwn wentn werahnmen
kntwn n I w n as a fashionable stuaamer summer resorts resortsJ re ort
1 h had > + d visited them all LIfe with me mehas nlelLl nuhas
lLl has been worth the living S have not notlaxsed notayeed
1 laxsed wealth as some have but I Iv I4Vt
4Vt 1 v t something that wealth cannot cannotiv
l La > 1 iv r perfect health h a1tb At the age of 70 70I
1 an < n walk aIk twentyftve to thirty Miles Mileslay Mlleel1ty Mileskldy
lay < cross country tOGnt without feeling feelingy t ty
> s y bad effects et ctl I sleep as well ell as alf I If If II
f 4r r did in my life and since my earll earllrecollectioR eartireeofectloa
1 recollectioR I have not had the at att attntion attntlon
t tntion > ntion of a physician or spent a single singlel 1i1qelfHny
l lfHny imy for medicines dnea I cannot under underTand UDCleriWd underatid
Tand why I should not notlive live to be IOC IOCi I Ia 1Wars
i art a old oldLast oldJ oldiaet
Last J summer smer I walked to Bvffali Bvffaliand BmraJnct f fand
and nct back and spent styeral vera weeks In tnond Inend Inknd
end around the PanAmerlcani In InJ81 InJ81J 191
1 visited Chicago I propose if Fm Fmi rmtli Imlive
i tli live to visit St Louis In ttfrf ll I went wentt
t > Troy on a canal I boat from t te city cityml cityknd cityrind
rind ml tramped it to Philadelphia1 where riltetei wherepent
1 pent two months at the centennial centennfelexposition centennialposition cente mla1 mla1x
exposition x position positionI ItIoD
I am seriously contemplating a tript trip
t tl < > southern CanronAfL Ca1If niIL I would watldlOte Tfl TflJo 1Ike 1Iketn
Jo 1 spend R nd next winter there and aD4l andshou shouhJ shouhJi oukj 1 1i
i decide to make the trip I will leave leavehre Jeayehrt lea leahere
here some time m Ia July Jlylr
Mr lr Sheldon is a cousin of the Rev Revr
I t r H Sheldon ofTapelta of Topek Kan author authorof
j of In His Steps Step 8te L JIe e Is a great greatreader greati at atI
i I reader rfad r of goocf goo books Ruskin jr ir his hisfavorite hi8fanrlte hisfaV
favorite faV nIte writer writerand and Tolstoy his favorite favoriteAuthor fa favoriteauthor ortte ortteauthor
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cans and care cureMate careOne f f fXtJiA
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XtJiA ou a a long journey I invariably arrive at my mywith myRith I I6jritb
6jritb with a yellow tinge U m In my my eyes eye and many manyo manyotlae manyot manyotthe of ofthe
the symptoms symp ap of a bilious attack If I have to sleep a sight sighton tt gbt gbton t
on the tIIetr tram tra fa the symptoms are aggravated a and a d become bedoInemuch becomemuch be JDe JDeJDuch
much like those in the earlier stages of sea sickness sicknessA sickn s sA
A physician tells me the disorder is known to the tbepro tbeprof pro professjottj io iofat
fat fessjottj f aloDP train sickness but so far it is seemingly as disc difrJlcull dif difeu discfieul
Jlcull fieul eu Gi Tcurer cure or prevent as it is to cure or orpreyent prevent sea seastcuessl seaOn
stcuessl Onete On is 15 told not to look out of oft ofthe the he window as one oneIgtofd oneot oneis
Igtofd is not ot to look out at a t sea since the rapid movement moementto ig igto 9 9UPPJsseff
UPPJsseff to produce an effect onthe on the back of the eyes eyeswnictk e7 e7Wbt eyespbiSdl
pbiSdl Wbt wnictk is dlmctly tly transferred to the t brain causing CU8 n a sort sortof sorto
of diSUtneKS It is also al o said that sleeping l ugn nn > n the train Is Isbad 18bad
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bad thad fit t this t in in my m case at least leastis is something which the thetein thetaAa thetrain
train i elPrevent8 > jSOifprevents whUe eatingarid ta and drinking drinltin are notrec notrecomm not noto notrsc0mmepdd
o 0mmepdd omm eidW j dd and an I find it almost impossible to do either eitberc
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T 1 I y plumetrimmelapfchire plumettimm plumetrimmed e eplumetrimmed d pf f ture re hat is one oneof one oneofrt ne neoftheleUywara
ofrt of oftheleUywara thepretty the pretty warm war tit weather weat er costumeswhich cos costumes 006tumes ¬
tumes tumeswhich which whi h the 1902 summer ommer girl has hasbranded basbrnded hasirianded
branded with Vit her distinct approval approvalNever ap approvalNever roval rovalNever
Never before have h ve there appeared so somany 30many somany
many feathered hats ats as asare are to b bQ seen seenat seenat seenat
at the seashore andmduntain and nd m mountain untan resorts resortsthfa resortst resortsthis
this t season seasonlhe s season seasonI uon uonhB
lhe I hB dresses d 4J that at go with them are of ofChin offhli ofthin
fhli Chin cool faBrics l rlcS sheer sb er muHbatrsfe muHbatrsfeontandie mail tjatfsfe tjatfsfeornndte bati ste steorxandle
ontandie 1 > 1Id Bdd < dtiftedtttia1tAP dtttttftl et ftswlB wtII And they th theyare Y Yare j jare
are not very simply made either On Onthe OntJae Onthe
the contrary ct ntraxY they aredecidedly arede ll dty orwith or orna ornterWlth
na nterWlth e with lace la e and aDd embroidery embrOl embrolilety sand sandtucks and andt ml mltucks
tucks t k a and lid d shirrs shirrsSleeves shlrraSIeeVe shirraSleeves >
Sleeves it will be noted are con constantly constanUy constantly ¬
stantly growinx lareei as the thesetUlOn thesetUlOnadvanCH season seasonadvances seasonadvances
advances With the allwhite gown gownthey gownthey own ownthey
they are exceedingly exceedin Jy large and baggy bassytoward bag bagtoward baggytoward
toward the wrist and at the top they theyar tbe tbeare theyare
ar are almost alm t invariably capped with withtrimming withtrimming I
trimming trim l1ng that matches the rest of the UaeJo thetown
1 crown townOftentimes crownI Jo
I JoOtteaitts Oftentimes these little summer gowns gownsare gownsare gownsare
are made ewithout without collars and are arem intended in intended ¬ I Itendecl
tended to be worn with a string of ofpearls ofpearls ofpearls
pearls or of corals about the throat throatGirdles throatGirdles throatGirdles
Girdles of green Teen or black continue in infavor inf
favor f ws 110 and equally as pretty is t the e sash sashsign suhor sashof
or loft It pOmpadour ribbon in dainty de desI desigh
sign sI A slight deviation from the all ailwhtto allwhite allwblt
white gown gosh wb is i found in the white hlte gown gownwhich gownwhtGh gownwhich
which is trimmed in good effect with withyellow witkJI1 withyeilowlare
yellow JI1 yeilowlare Wee fefceAmong e edtpong I IA1IO
Among A1IO g the white http gowns owns pictured here hereIs hereis hereis
Is avery a very appropriateone for a young younggirl youngRt younggirl
girl Rt girl L The waistto waist is bloused bIoUlledaJl all the way wayaround wayaround ay ayarouM
around and is allover tucked About Aboutthe Aboutthe Aboutthe
the nck and all the way down the thefront thefrnt thefront
front is AD n outline of batiste embroid embroidery embroidety embrolde5y ¬
ery The sleeves > which hleb are tucked to toa toa toa
a little above the elbow are finished at atthe atl atthe
the top t8 with a small smaJf cap of the em embroidery embro embroidery ¬
l broidery bro idery At the wrist rist their copious copiousfullness copiousfuJ1 copiousfullness
fullness fuJ1 fagatheredwith is ptheced with ith a lace cuff cuffThe cuffTIle cuffThe
The skirt is stylishly tucked from the thewaist tbettaiBt thei
i waist aWt line to below the knees kn knetea and Is Iscrossed Iscro8 iscrossed
crossed cro8 ed transversely by two lines Itue of ofthe ofU ofthe
the U embroidery insertion The full fullness fuUnMS fullfleas ¬
ness escapes in a ruffle which is edged edgedth edged1I9t1L edgedltk
1I9t1L ltk th three tucks About the Waist a is iswtoffta Iea iswoffta
wtoffta a black velvet girdle which whidtbangs whidtbangsin hangs Changsin
in long J ng loops and ends behind The Thewhite Thewldte Thewhite
white chip hat is ornamented with a asweeping asw1dg asweegitfg
sweeping Mack ostrich oitri b plume plumeA
A little mull dress d ea elaborately elaboratelytrimmed elaboratelylHIIUDed elaboratelytHml
trimmed tHml > yeda1T with ltb lace r c is what will please pleasethe lease leasethe ease easethe
the young person Person who is inclined to the thefrilly thetrlJJf thefrhgown
frilly frhgown gown go n The turnover lace lte colmeets col collar col1tp ¬
lar meets in front m m a F V and is fast fasten fastela fastby
en ela t by > y a1 a great knot of pink pompa pompadour pompaL pompadeer ¬
dour eR ribbon Th The little vest is shirred shirredhntte shirredhi1fii shirredFif
hntte L Fif hi1fii ifie front and tied at the throat wtth withj
1 j a meow pitnow Mack velvet 1 vet ribbon rtbbonlace ribbonI ribbong1ielaceeollar
I g1ielaceeollar h lace collar extend in I cap effect effectjwsmthe electtIIe efectfilch
jwsmthe tIIe tops of the sleeves 8 aieeaiesw aieeaieswverdoaliii es which filch are arevertically re reYWdoally
vertically with wfthlOWS rows row of lac lacand lace laceBel laceand
1 iniidn and Bel terminate atthe att at he e wrist In
j < WASTEFULNESS I R MEAT
Of the h many arguments pat puttort forth in infavor Infaor infavor
favor of a vegetarian diet dietin especipelly especipellyIn especially especiallyin
in warm weather and in seasons when whenthe 111 111tit i
the tit beef trust is in the ascendant none noneis noneIs noneis
is more m re effective ffec the than that of econ economy economy n nomy ¬
omy Nor is the economy understood understoodat under tood I I
at foist glance glan If it is true that thatweight thatweight
weight wei ht for weight wfi bt cereals and vegetables veget vegetlables vegetIables I
lables ables eggs gtI and cheese ch as a > more nutftious nu nutfHioUR nut
tfHioUR t tioU5 < than meat it is still to be con considered considered on I IsidfNti 1
sidered how little meat one has for his hisf
f t money The person who buys a pound pouoootmutton poundof I
1 of otmutton mutton chops at C4 cents a pound or ora orI ora
a pound of beef for roasting at SO SOcent scr scrce 0 0cents
cent ce does not bus bu pure nourishment nourishmentby nourtshm nourtshmt
I by b t a aEAy y means Unless G 8 he can eat eatwhich fat fatwhich fatwhich
which not man jwsoai aOx g relish he will i i I
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used useddnthe cfnthe blouse O s at the th bust bU st tine tineTherSWrt tinTbeskir tineThe
TherSWrt The skirt la fitted over ver the th hips by bymeans byl byweans
means l ans of similar similar groups > S of shirring shirringThe shirringTbe shirringThe
The thVeQlaee three lace ae flounces put on in point pointed pointed pointed ¬
ed effect are are each headed with three threerows threerows threerows
rows rows of shirring The T e hat which goes goeswith goeswith goesWith
with the gown is trimmed with a a white whiteostrich whiteostrIch whiteostrich
ostrich plume and in the back are loops loopsand loopsand loopsand
and ends of black velvet ribbon ribbonAnother ribbonAnother ribbonAnother
Another lacetrimmed dress is of ofwhite ofwhtte ofwhite
white organdie org ndie The yoke is of lace laceand laceand laceand
and theblouse the blouse is ornamented with a adesign ade adesi
de desi design bm sn > in lace l c insertion The sleeves sleevesare sle > ves vesare
are capped with a little frill of lace laceand laceand laceand
and atthe wrist have cuffs of lace that thatextend thatextend
extend in a point to the elbow The Theonly Theonly I
only touch of color in the gown is given givenby givenby
by the necklace of coral or t that beads the thelace thelaee I Il
lace l ee collar The blouse bJou e has a lace pos postilion postilion postilion ¬
tilion back Two bands of lace inser insertion imertion insertion ¬
tion are set set on the skirt pointed toward towardthe towardthe
the front and another band edges the thebottom thebottom thebottom I
bottom of the skirt A little below the theknees theknees I
knees a ljce ce ruffle rUfflfSrongfromapolnt rUfflfSrongfromapolnteel fc hung from a point pointed pointed ¬
ed band of laceinsertion iace i tton The hat for forthe torthe forthe
the costume tostumela is is tt1l1 t trimmed tntned ned with white whiteroses whiter08es whiteroses
roses and andi a a Du Barry lace veilFor veIL velLI veILFor
I For the girl rI with t1t dark hair and eyes eyesa
a touch of yellow yeno w in the white W hite gown is isI isvery isvery
I very becoming Such a dainty gown is ismade i8Jri ismade
made Jri de of white mull muUrhe The yoke is tucked tuckedlow tuckedlow tuckedlow
low oyer o < < r rtite the Igufit 1I t and is outlined with withmedallions withmedallfoRs withmedallions
medallions of yellow yell w lace l ce The tops of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sleeves are ar arealso also aJ80tucked tucked and the lace lacemedallions JacemedalIlons lacemedallions
medallions are continued ol Uimed from the theblouse theblouse
blouse across a the sleeves More lace laceniedafMbns laceDJeda lacemedallns I
niedafMbns DJeda S are Wr used d on the deep cuffs cuffsThe cuffsTbe cuffsThe
The skirt which W hlch is j J1D8 made de with elevelgores eleven elevengores ele
gores l9 l fitted dyer Ver tne the hips with small smalltucks smalltuekslP 5ID811tucks
tucks tuekslP rfbere ere fta 1L tacked flounce which whichis
is ornamented orna ntea with two rows of yellow yellowmedallions yellowmedallions enow
medallions m aUlons About the waist is tied a asash aASh asash
sash ofwhiteLoui ot o biteLouiUne itiou tne n rlbbon The hat hatis hatIs hatis 1
is white and trimmed with black blackfeathers blackI blackfeathers
I feathers and blackvelvet ribbon ribbonAn ribbonI ribbonAn
I An I twdIs dIIaWii dktlaw Iswtt gown of artistic art tlc de design den
I sign n ha baa the skirt trimmed with three threeeiribro three8Q threeenibrojdesy
eiribro enibrojdesy lecy 8Q ruffs edged with straight straightembroidety straightembroidetY straightembroidery
embroidety Insertion ID IeIUon The waist has h 8 a ayoke ayoke ayoke
yoke of off embroidery mery on on which is i set setembroHEered setembrolder4d et etembroNft1e4
embroHEered < hI Insertion ertlon Bands of the theinsertion thet thehrsertistitt
insertion cross the tucked tefp teJ of the thesleeves thesleevelt thesleeves
t sleeves which wllicbverv very full at the wrist wristare wristare wristare
are gathered Into to cuffs of embroidery embrold embroideryThe ry
1 The girdl girdle is ereeji reQp and the black chip chiphat chiphat chiphat
hat hasa hies a long green een plume plumeAs
As dainty a summer gown as could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be desired is if w whlta ta dotted SWISS SwtasTwo S STwo SWISSTwo
Two groups grou of sjhtrtim one below w the thehips Utehips thehips
hips and the other at the knees bold inplace in inplace inplace
place the th fnlMess tallue of the skirt The Theblouse Theblou Theblouse
blou blouse ets is shirred te below Iow the bust The Thedown Thet Thecollar
t collar of Swiss e1Q en aory ry m bro brought broughtt bt btI
I t down the thefroat front in a long line to the thewaist thet thewaist
waist The tops of the sleeves are areghirr aresltlrr aresbIrrtQdilid
t ghirr sbIrrtQdilid d laI aSdthr tf 1I cliffs are are of the em embroidery embreld embroidery ¬
broidery breld Fqr the e belt a soft white whiteribbon whiteI whiteribbon
ribbon is tied about aWuttbe the waist and andknotted andknotted Dc1 Dc1knottltd
I knotted at the side ski e The white hlte iisl 11 aye tIs tIsbOund is isbound isbound
bound with blacfe blaeia vetvet velvetIId and tr trim trimwith trimmed trimmedwith td tdwith a
with ax white w Ite wstrick fplame Idae blte
not extract from his bismore po ad oC cmore c cmore I
more thajrJa tbJ a third of a j p ulkl nd of of 1IIeit 1IIeitTJ1i eat eatTbls
This brines b r his chops up to a rate of ofa
7 T a cents pVoand The beef beet 4s 18mor perhaps perhapsmor perhapsmore
mor more generous eJtHOa yet when wh D the tendon teac teacthe tendonsthe i ithe
the fat and the bonefor bone for which he has haspaid haspaid
paid full price haveHe have been extracted extractedthe
the edible edJI o portion of his purchase has hasprobably basprobably hasprobably 1
probably lost a half hence he has paid paidfor paidfor i
for beef at the rate of W 0 cents a pound poundYegetabJes poundVegetables
Vegetables are almost al t wholly y food foodTh foodThe
Th The skin sld of the potto PO is nothing to toits toits
its substance sub taiKe there hi JItno no waste wa te to the theturnip theturnIp theturnip
turnip beet radish parsnip nip carrot carrotdandelion carro carrodandelion earrotdandelion
dandelion lettuce spinach inah cabbage cabbageess cabbageegg
egg p pli t rwumber tomato onion onionCRuliflcfKer onio oniouun onlo3ulif
CRuliflcfKer uun at IeMnone leaat none thatounts that thatAmounts thatnoun
Amounts noun ounts to anything
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is 8 s the thetftiak drink of ofwe wealth tla and Dd fasbiott faIIIaioDPort fasbiottPort
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Port the beverage beve wherein for centtariea healths healthshave healthshave
have bee been drunk has been supersfsfed supers iltll d Th The eIooIIp1o eIooIIp1ocommentary change change Is acommentary a acommentary
commentary on the gradual alterations aJten Jone of living habits habitsPort habitsPort habitsPort
Port is so sO heavy thaf t than it no longer accords with the stress stressand stresarid stressand
and sham of modern Jife ife Champagne U lightand light and luUing luUmgand4taken luUingan luuingandstaken
and4taken an takeft moderation tf de tion has 8 practically practi < a1I y no effect on the thedigestive tbedig thedigetlve
digestive dig tlft system systemAlthough eystemA1thOtIgh m mAJtb <
Although AJtb h the theileal tteal condition c ltlon of affalc aUae it in the minds ofteetetarS of ofte ofte
te teetetarS totafers would b be a Complete QOmpleteabollUoa abolition of the drink drinkhabit drinkr drinkhabit
r habit they rau nnJStftml must t find cokcolaiioti oohetaf + ott In tbefact tbeia the fact t that thaithe the wS wSpeople way waypeople y yuv
people liveUjday uv e tQda makes the tb old oldtbreebottlea three bottles a man ex exceases exa excegses
ceases a physical pby ital impossibility Dpossibtlityi
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13 Y appropriation a photograph photographJj 4i 4ihenelf aft > 0 0Maxine
Jj Maxine Elliott and D deaed describJna describJnaherself k kherself
herself as an heiress a woma womain ro
in 1 the Michigan backwoods has ac D Dquired flo floquired sri sriquired
quired the largest large t amount of of0Te8pondenco personal personalcorrespondence pemertttcorrespondence >
correspondence on recordShe record i iShe ° II IIShe
She is Mrs Lizzie Coffey of Burnlpa I i icabin < rn rnCorners n nCorners
Corners Mich and her home i8 a acabin IotIf
cabin Not Ions Qn ago she had an i iasgiis iasgiistion Irs pt pttion 17 17tion
tion and advertised in matrimonial mat monial S > a4 a4zettes M Mzettes s szettes
zettes far and wide that thathe she was wasra wasyoung ra rayoung as asyoung >
young widow with ICOOOO 00000 in her owttl owttlright own ownright M Mright
right and heiress to nearly a million millionShe millioiiShe t tShe
She gave glowing wlngdeacriptlon descriptions of he hepersonal MeJel8Onal > a apersonal
personal charms vaUjaf uad c portraits till MMaxine f fMaxine i1 i1Maxine
Maxine Elliott in substantiation and andshe M Mshe o oshe
she said she wanted a nice congenialhusband congenial congenialhusband congenlathU8bPnd
husband who would care care for her and anduse a 4 i iuse n nuse
use her property to good advantage advantapThe8e advantageThese advantageThese
These advertisements advertl ementa were answered answeredby an answered wef d dby I7 I7by
by thousands Letters ettelll cane from ever everi evert o ostate 1 1state
i state in the Union There were we letterg letterg4a letter letterfrom lett r rfrom
from the Philippine islands h11an 1aD4 4a 1ettf letters lettersica leUerlifrom w wfrom
from Europe letters ffon rr South Southlea er C Ciea
lea and from far off froscfe f Alaska AlaskaThe AlaskaThe j
The little fourthclass fourthc office officecrowded officecrowded > i icrowded
crowded with the mail maUror for MraA MraAThe Mts lnL II
The postmaster postm8terwuunable was unable to to scan n nOat1arks the thepostmarks ilia A y ypostmarks 1
postmarks to see ee where the tetter tettercame r rCame
came from This aggrieved a ved him M Mwas 11 11I
I was as in the habit of looking up all sue suematters t
1 matters hat the mall came in ffjie ffjielarge H Hqwmd r rlarge
large quantities qwmd tIee he was ae unable to toup toup IDE IDEup
up with it itSoon ItI ftSoon
Soon her mail grew to enormous pro prsportions = r rportions rr rrporti
portions porti ns and her husband hUS band was let into intothe 14 1 1the r rthe
I the secret When the he letters rolled fa fawith hj hjI
with stamps in them he became inter interested 1a intarested J JI
I ested He e with the assistance of f b bwife hff hffwife 1difwite
I wife posed as a rich gay gaywidower gaywidower saywidower
widower with lots Jot of 4alh He Hephotographs sent of ofI ofphotographs
I photographs pf f totharlelooking JotJia1lfelooklacI yon yonActors youair youairactors
actors and he too was soon In tkf r rswim I Iswim
I I swim with hiswife hiswifeI his wife wlfeI he
I I Moat of the letters areIn uacooy uacooyI ullc6 ullc6Ilang uacOut uacOutlangtiage
I Ilang i language age and written fitte In n most mo t i iish L LI
ish i is b penmanship PEnmanshlpof Tb y are neaijy neaijyof a an aof n
I of one tenor The writers w scale e esirous 1 1straUB 11 11sirens
sirens of marrying < < they wanted wa tt tta 5 s CI e ea
a beautiful woman for a eo eoand corn 1 1and n nand
and were looking formoney formoneywas f for r tllbney tllbneywas t bDeJ c cwas
1 was possible to obtain it itBoth ItBotb a aBoth
Both Mr and Mrs MrsC Coffey oR q qi say as y to tothere ft
i there was no money sent S sent Dt fn mthe mtheand the theand h
and Postmaster Brady at BuMrios Bugs t tners tr o f fi r
ners says they never haft any money moneyorders JaODiI JaODiIorders monelorders i
1 orders cashed at hi his office officeOther of ce 7 7Other j jOtber
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epistles according to the e etiquette e tta of ofI dlthe oXthe
I the matrimonial bureaus E C Cof iEyet iEyetof ayefi ayefipicture
of Nt Zion Mia wrote and Pt PtPicture t bI bIctnre
picture ctnre His letter in part foffowsKind foffows f fHKIad fotowsFFttd
Kind friend will drop you ou a alines Ttepr Tteprline
line 11 lines to form t rm your acquaints acqw ats Re 8ev 8evyour r E Eyonr 1 1your
your Name And your DesripsioiM DesripsioiMthrough Dearipsio tc tJ tJtblOU t
through tblOU the Buroe in whicht tam in iniaot inlam c 1 1lam
lam toSurch iD h For a Loving Companion CompanionAsd CompanionAn4 Pi PiAEd
Asd One that will m FIll the Vacant VacantPlace VacantPlace toJ toJPlace
Place in My Hart Kind friend send sendyou t tyoU tyou
you one of my potographs potogra Ii wit My Full FullDecriptions FullriptJon 1 1DeersPtions
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nachel as can can bee only it is I to Dark Darkiam Darklam i ilam
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Old with A common School Educations Educationsbut iona Y MI MIbutt > i ib
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for l latest saythat say y that your Age Com Comptecktions 0 0p1 optlens
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to Offer O < < er And A nd it is Neither Lands Nar NarGoto NarGGId NarQoidBut
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True Hart and will m Lay down my Life Lifefor 0 ofor f ffor
for the Rite Girl and Be happy for lam iamlonely re relonely relonely
lonely and Tired of living lIv1n alone The TheGirl be E EGirl f fGirl
Girl that Steels my Hart and takea mar marName rr Ih IhName h
Name iwill make Happy for the Re Remainder Bemainder ¬ d dmainder
mainder of my m Lif for jam Hunting H1IJrtin H1IJrtinI 3 3girl u ugirl
I girl that lean Idleise and make makeAuCfl Ansjff Ansjffof n nI 1 1of
of Let me hear from you in Return Returnmail Retu ° Cr Crman t tmall
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I have arrested the woman on a charge chargeof clt chof cltUKinIr
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