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t f lli TELL k SIR Ml said Mr Hcnnessy riUmugVbo riUmugVbo1H l itptu J1 bQ bQgttn begrand
W 1H grand gttn to be rich an go rmnulu29ima rrunUIlUJdundt1 rtanniarj n and andth
If tli t1 counthry In wan iv Ivthhn titian aulynillis aulynillisIt autymoT aUl J lis lisitmust s sIt
itmust It must that t at Said aId 3Ir rDooley Dooley uIts Its thgran thgranepoort lb tpaJ1 tpaJ1spoort ± Bran Branspoort
spoort entlrgiy enttt entlrf ly y jJ Nox 2 ex xf to a nayro agitator in Georgia GeorgiaI
I I dont donts suppose suppose PP S6 anny tinny man gots a as much exfeitemant exfeitemantout eiillomontout e5 c It ement ementout
out iv l F a short life as U a n mlllyonairc who owns an au aulymoblll autymobUl autynnobtil
lymoblll Frm all I can larn aboutIt about it frm frmth thpa thpaapcrs lt Pll Pllapors paapors
apors a n miilybnalrfr ml 1PbnaIre with an autym au < bb11l11s 6biUl3ons e iisfuiitly tcinsEuiiU3ste iisfuiitlyst atTuj atTujste
ste st f1in irln rn bctwc between u th county Jail an th = poprhuuse poprhuuseIf poprhQ popr1 use useIf se seIt
If tit u polls dont a t land him In wan Ivan th autympbill outymublll will willIn willIn Ul Ulin
In th other otherWhin othelYhtn otherWhin
Whin Algernons father J1Ith r flies leuvlri Ie Yln J ftBnttfmoney ftBnttfmoneyiv litt Ullth t mt h iaoney iaoneyIv Ilwney IlwneyIv
iv th widow aa th orphan Algernon A gcrnon brushes brl brushed hcfs3 a t tpar tparfrm tputfrm P ar
frm his eye un hurries over to ParIs to togct get anauty anautymoblll an an uuly uulymobl1l autymobiil =
moblll Father used to go down town townfn In a bus us figur figurin figurIn flgurIn
in inthrest int I on his cuffs but there is n nawthln nwt1tl wthitt f fjy g fititAl
AlgyHut Algy Al by 1 ht t an eightyhorse lower red ditvctltatll ditvctltatllmake dh dh1c vle thatll thatllmako thall thallmaleo
make th demon iiastewagon iv his his trine riex dur durlook durC durClook < < clook
look like a mud scow Anhe An lie buys wan an an m withft withfta Wthn Wthna w th e ea
a Frrlnch shover lie l e calls th ahover Fraiunrajiv FrU1I5wl an anlh a athO atii atiith
lh shovor calls him Canal He is a haughty hairb h fy flrgriHia flrgriHiathis 1ri imrinu emrinuthis j iro irothlslnnd
this thlslnnd laad Tr he is isva s va a dlscindant Iv Louis Flip fl an anth anth ri ritIt
th blood Iv kings coorses in his veins He soon soonteaches soon soonteaches OOOIteucJles
teaches Algernon his hl place pln which is undherttf un undlier < lh r th Cnmobitl auty nut t tmo v vmoblfl
moblfl mo ttJ flxln up a busted valve an afther nfthcltbftt that Alger Algernon Algernon Algernon ¬
non nhrer nh er spaaks to Franawaw onless on onle n 8 lie is I gnqkon 9f 1Qk Qkon n to tonn tonn toan
nn Fnuiswaw niver nl i speaks ks undher anny Lanny n1Y Vlrcuni Vlrcuniatances d clrcuni clrcuniManees cu u u5tnne8
atances Algernon tu turns nils over his property tohim tohimto to hIm hhnto hImto
to buy bu tires an reigns r sns himsllf hlms1tflo to a a01fre the iv iv pleasure pleasureHe 111oo pleasureHe ur urHe
He has It while whileth yhllc th autymoblll ia isin in th tlwJ jnaaheen jnaaheenhop t sheen sheenliop i u ufhoD
fhoD hop havin J1avht a few rf repairs put Into it But 11an wanVay wanVayall tU1 day dayall ay ayaU
all Trendy l is Algernon asks Franswaw if he h maygo maygoJr mar go gotr go gofr
Jr a spin an Franswaw nations him into tn seativ seativhonor stsarivhonor l3 atlY atlYllOnor
honor beside b slde th shover shover Now theyre they ie off Loqk Loqk LoRkthim a athim e ethlm
thim dash through th crowded sthreets shoes whare7th c1 c1th th thhappy th thhapp thhappy
happy childher iv th tinimints arre at play 1Jln Hov Hovglad Ho Hoglnd Hotsglad
glad th childher arre to see thim Especially thatlittle that thatlittle thatlIttle
little boy bo with th goolden locks See he has a tur turnip turnIp turnip
nip in his hand Look look He Is gom to give itto it itto Itto
to Algy He gives It to him just back iv tbA t tlti stir ear i ee eethose eethose eethose
those gintlemen comma out iv a a saloon How proud proudthey proud1hfW proudthey
they arre to meet Algernon Look theyrai tho3UJre thoy ai re re teurm teurmup 1i tsarfliup udh udhup
up th sthreets They arre actually goin gum to give glvejAlgernon glYeAlgernon giveAlgernon
Algernon th rright iv way He gets it In b thsniall thsnialliv th small smalliv
iv th buck What arre those pretty little girls lrIS doint dointTiiey dOiil dOiilThey doiuThep > >
They arre sthrewin somothih in th sthreet sthreet Arre Arrethey Arreth Arrethey
they th y sthrewtn roses fr r Algernon No they the arre arrepthrowin arre arrefthrO1n arret
pthrowin t thre viri tacks What hat is that tl1atcxllosiotl explosion uhdtiurth1 uhdhbrthcar uhdtiurth1ear uhtl1ibr th thY
ear < Y > fallowed be a 0 cry Ir 1 Git a hot bOss Algernons Algernonstires Algernontires Alhernonstirl8
tires have reached th tacks Arre th little 1itt1 girls girlsIwpny g1rls1ULPIJY girlsli
Iwpny li tppy They arrc Indeed They The arre laughin an artthrowfn an1 an1throwin 1 1throwln
throwin coal in his lap Who is this who come comerrunnln comes comesrrunntn mes mesrrunnin
rrunntn out iv a saloon loon ain aclove n a clove It is s an of officer oCfleer ofleer ¬
fleer Iv th thla law Whydoes Why Vh does he seize Algernonba Algernop bt bi th thhuir thlul1 tithuir
huir an 1 dhra h1Rg him frm th car Algy is pinch pmenifl pmeniflllinniasy plnthl6lfnnllltY lh lhIllnntirrsy
llinniasy Th officer has saved him frm ni a paui5o IyauPCgrw paui5ogram poU poUsrn r
gram srn L w r rNow
gramNow > ir <
1 Now the sign sIbllofa of a haughty aristocracy arI5tQ ernc Is dhragged dhraggedbefure bI1 l h hbefore gcd gcdbefure ed
befure til coort which prOticte th liberties li ernes 4v th
FRRcwq A w < > fieJ rs fAi ar T M 6I B L1K I t > sv JJ I NE n I
chosen kicks and Hogan asked I k d me ln me to go 0 Vr fr f1rn a spin spin as asfar as asfur asfar
far as Brighton park But jus asI wasabout was fiSal1ouf allout to tarOstep tostep Wstep
step into rae proper place insciety in sciety along with Jawn JawnTV Jawnw TawnY
TV Y Gates G tes th autymobill auty mobil had a convulsyon I I h ht heerd heerda erd erda rd rdIL
a terrific rumblin r mblin in its ihteeryorit i 1teerJor it groaned an ancoughed auc ancoughed
coughed c ughed an thried to t jump up in th air Somethin SomethinIs Some thin thinIs
Is wrrong1 with yeer irnhprse irn p says L I Hes etsom etsomihin etsonlthin et son sonthin =
thin that dont donlagree agree with him him Ye e ought to totaKc take him himto himt9 himto
to a vet Come OomeaonS along 4ays tys s Hogan Hogan No o says aJos I ITil Iiit IIii
Iii not rride rrI e no autymqbill with wlthtit th epizootic Yje Yjeought 1eou e eought
ought ou ht to be took up be bcthseIety th sciety fr th previntyon r rC ivf ivfcroolty f fCl
croolty Cl C oolty olt to autymobills auty 1tobills Get G t out an lead it back to toth to toth toth
th barn suys suysI ro 1 Tere crazy cra says si s he It ill illright finright allright
right says S s lie Alley says he to th tl1s shorn shover oer Alley Alleybe Alleybe Alleybe
be damd says i ys thshover th shover sl1 l > r Xb Tillers bliersJetkin joo ieakfn tJ1 Him Himan minan Himart
an Hogan nOb A got down oh th sthreet ash n ot > t out a ahlumbei ahlum aIrlumbers
hlumbei hlum els < s a blacksmiths black maths an a fl Carpenters penters pe ters outfit outfitput oirtttput itttttput
put on overalls an nrlat iut to wurruk Tiiis Thi5ls This is fine finespoort ftnespoort ftJlfspoort
spoort s3ys s ys S I Its reg regal regal 2 I says S How Ro1lAJnt happy a abiaclcsmiths fJ fJb1 ablacksmiths
biaclcsmiths b1 blacksmiths ltsmiU1s helper helpelinus mus mug be to get et two dollars a day dayfr dtl dtlfOr dayfr
fr bein RJI autymobiUist Shut up saj sa says s HogJtu HogJtuJrm HoSrinIrmutillher Ho + ht htfrat
frat Irmutillher uriflher th car Whin hin he come but Be lookoiilas lookoiilasthough lopkaifl lO ko id idthou as asthough
though though thou l hed he d been coalln a liner r Its all ready nytyn nytynsays uyvr uyvrsays 1IIWleB
says he leB But t it wasnt Th slioyei S110 awlnftoth wint to to1 th pnt pntan ntan Dt Dtan
an turned a crank cra k A few birt biuajv b 1 h Wagner Wa followetl I
CostaRica Costa Baca the Sanitarium of Cent Central IArnerica
By Frederic Fr deric J HaskinU Haskin HaskirxONK HaskinONro
KJ ef the most feasible projects projectsJn
ONK U Jn la oAib w i Uan QI jwiUVthe construc construction ClQn cgnStrnction trDc trDctlOIt ¬
tion ef r the t1 Panama canal is the theproposal tbeprp theproposal
proposal prp al to t utilize Costa Rica the lit Htlle littie litlie
tie Central American Am lcun republic vhftjfi ihtbfiborders vhftjfiliordersth hnorders
liordersth borders orders thlsthmUs thh isthmus a U a sort 5 rt of ofsanitarium oranluui ofRanitatlttin
sanitarium anluui m annex annex The atmosphere of ofits ofits I Iits
its high plateaus is dry pure and in invigorating 11IJOratlng ¬
orating 1 lg and the temperature re remains re1natn remnalns ¬
mains about the same throughout the theyear theyear theyrar
year On account of the malarial condltions con conditions condltlonR ¬
ditions which iprevail in the canal canalzone canalzone canalzone
zone it is necessary nece 1j to have an easy easyaccessible Cilsy1tasslblc easyaecessible
accessible post of recuperation in the thevicinity theV thevicinity
vicinity V lcin it Fortunately the climate of ofthe ort ofthe
the t hc elevated regions of Costa Rica Is Isparticularly isparUcularh Isparticularly
particularly suited to people suffering sufferingfrom sufferIngfrom sufferingfrom
from the diseases of the lowlands or orthuw orth orthuie
thuw th who have become debilitated debilitatedfrom deb1lltatcdfrom debilitatedfrom
from any cause There are no mos mosquitos moslluitos mosquitos
quitos house hou flies or other annoying annoyinginsects annoyingh18CCtS annoyinginsects
insects and pure water can be had in inabundance InV inabundance
V abundance abundanceA
JL A Land Favored by Nature NatureOne NatureOne NatureOne
One of the most desirable vicinities vicinitiesis
is known as the th rtoteau of Cartago CartagoThe Carta CartagoThe go goIhe
The early Spaniards called it pa paraiso paraIso paraiso
raiso which means paradise There Tlureare Th Thereare r rar
are ar a n number of hot springs in tha thavicinity th thlclnlty thQvicinity
vicinity that th t are famous for the reputed re reputed rp11uted ¬
puted healing qualities of their t1 eir wa1NS waters wa waters ¬
ters An English sanitary expert prom pro pronouiiced I
nouiiced m this locality as being Intended Intendedby
by nature for one on of the great sani sanitariums sanit sanitariums ¬
tariums t of the world orId It was fro frojuented fr frel frelduented I IIuente
juented < by the French during tlvlr tlvlroperations tintiroperations
operations in Panama and there has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen I
been an extensive correspondence be between brt bfiween ¬
tween t 111 Admiral A < 1mirnl Walker president presId > nt of ofthe orf ofthe
the f he canal commission and the Costa TostaIMcan t osta ostaIIcan
IMcan authorities relative to Its br bring bting bring ¬ I
ing used by b our government governmentThe
The time Urn > by steamer from Colon ColonPanama ColonPanama ColonPanama
Panama to Port Limon Costa Ricais RIca KifaIs RIcaabout
Is about eight hours Trains connect conn connectt ct ctiith I Iwith
with t hth the ships at the piers and Car Cartago Cartago oar oart ¬
tago t ago is 1 about sixty slxt miles inland The Thelimit Th Thelimit
limit of time necessary in making lh lhinirney iho ihojurney hr hrjourney I
journey ought not to exceed ten or ortwelve ort ortwelve
twelve t wel hours It is a region regi n of grand grandscenery rand randscenery I IBrenery
scenery and one that offers many mall won wonlers wondt wonlery
dt lers > r of an ancient civilization When WhonAmerican Whenthis n
this fact thoroughly fs understood b bAmerican by byAmericanofllclals J
American Americanofllclals officials and employes who whowill ho howill howill
will feojaae eo ue e ti W > J iinaina ri rtctin tllnt1 in the service serYiceot serYiceotthe of ofthe ofthe
the canal car tIJ commission as well as tour tour1t i ifts I
fts tt across acrossU1e the isthmus itst mus they will em embracfe cmbrace Tn TnbnLC
brace the opportunity opp rtunlty of visiting I Ionta Itn 1meta
< meta tn Rica both for pleasure and for forhealth or j jhealth
health J JWill
Will Wi l Profit Pr fit by the Canal Canalmore CanaLThis CanalThis
This little count country will tli profit In Inshore I Imore
more shore waysthan was than one on account of its itsnearness itsretu I IINunHS
nearness retu nets to Panama During the work workof workof workof
of the French F nh company steamers con constantly conltantb constantly ¬
stantly plied between Limon and andColon andColon andColon
Colon conducting an extensive traffic trafficIn
In yams nms yuccas potatoes cassava cassavaplantains cassavaplantains cassavaplantalns
plantains and other food stuffs atuf s re required rcIulred requtred ¬
quired by b the West Test Indian negroes and andth andItht andethers
ethers Itht th rs of the types t lee employed on the thecanal theanal thet
t canal canalMost analIostcordinl anatMost
Most Iostcordinl cordial relations exist between betweenr
r c 3ta 9t Rica and the new republic of ofPanama orPanaun ofPanama
Panama Friendly messages were ex exrhanged exhanged exihanged
hanged between the two republics on onthe onthe
the 1 h occasion of the inauguration inn gurnUon of ofvireless oCwireless ofireless
wireless communication connectingPort connecting connectingPort conn > ting tinglort
Port Limon with Bocius B del Toro ToroTh ToroThose I IrhPSe
Th Those se two t TO e Stations are th first of the thenow thenew
now system in Central America and andin andill andin I
in fact in all LatinAmerica The Thev ThelreletNC Cieireleigs
v ireless fly y yntetn Uem t m will Ul soon be bcaxtpnded extended extendedio extendedalong j julC
ulC along io n S the Atlantic coast coa of Central CentralAmerica CentralA
A 1 America and the West Indies IndiesWh JndIaWhUe ladlesWhile I
Wh While e there is a primitive primlti race raceamong rafR raceAmong
among R them the Costs Ricans are arenot arlnot arenot
not like other Central Americans AmericansThe Amerlcan8ThE f
The civilized portion of 0 the th copulation copulationIs
Is very ery distinct there being little nix JiUture nixture ix ixture I
ture of Indian or negro blood Th Thhouses Th11Ouse The Thehouses <
houses are like all the houses of oftropical oftropical oftropical
tropical America They are built of ofadobe ofadobe
adobe or brick or nativo stone gen generally genruIly generally ¬ I
erally one story 8tor high close to the thestrett thestrf thestreet
street strf t In front frontwlth with o t patio In a hol hollow hQllm hollute ¬
low square which is the living room roomof roomor rosinof
of the famii fami4 The iron bars are re to bp bpj bpJrt beseen
j Jrt seen en in all tit yie t t windows win ow5 The floors floorsare floorSRre floorsRre
Rre of brick l Or r tile or stone Th The > cus customs customs us ustlJms ¬
toms and manners of the people art arteir QrtllmUar arcsimilar
similar to oh otters ers or their lineage The Thenative T11 T11Jlallve
native women retainTheir retain heir > eir simple dress dressof drssr dressof
of r bright colors with the Spanish man mantilla manUUo rnantiila ¬
tilla draped over their head and shoul shoulders shoulders shoulders ¬
Great Varieties o of I Life LifeLiCf LifeLife if e eLife
Life is teaming t4 1lng > ana abundant ab ndant fir Jift Jiftvery l lcry 1 1rvery
very cry foVin f + nrii Naturalists ascent th t1 tl1yt it t
+ =
people an th freedom iv 1 speech ivth iv ill magistrates magistratesHaynious magItratesHayniousmonsther nrgitratesHaynious
Haynious Hayniousmonsther monsther says th starn but b t just just judge judgeye jlldg jlldgye
ye have been caught rred handed bonde6Ylurt What have la eye eyeto ye yeto
1 to say fr1 yeersilf Niver mind It dont ont make m make p anny annyUlffrence annydlftrence annytiiifrence
Ulffrence annyhow ann houo To euddant tell th thruth I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have no prejudice again ye riptile riptllejlbelieve jlbelieve > I believe b Uev th jh au autymobill aubmoblll autymobill ¬
tymobill has come to stay in th barn But Butthrlgh Butth < tar rights rightsiv s sivcitlzuns
iv ivcitlzuns citizens mus be protlcted Why hy ony ony1s las week weekwas weeki
1 was spcedin a twd twdthirty thirty trotter whin Wanlv uanlv an Div these theseJnjines these theseinjines theseinjines
injines Iv desthruction come along alongthrough through th tl1tcnow tl1tcnowcd ccowd ccowdefl cuowdcll
efl thoroughfare th rOUghfa an near frightened ute out iv me mewits meWIls mevats
wits I stood lip on me me hind legs I dhroppdd th threins threIns titreins
reins I thried to jump over over a fence If HIt it tindn6bceri tindn6bcerifr lindntbeenfrth
< fr frth r th camncss C8mn iv pe to wife anth an th horse I wud surely surelyhave spral spralhae y yhave
have rrun away an praps injured souiebotly souiebotlyye sqmeb011yC s ebony ebonyye
ye C this little anecdote to show ye nfta n1bD nthor thor th r that I Ihare IhaTe Ihare
hare no prejudice Swear th witnesses witnessesJohn witnessesJohn witnessesJohn
John foolin < ooUn dhruggists d assistant a lstal1t tlstyijQa usty l thatIue that thathe thatlie
he had left his baby carredge containln wiihfoor wiihfoorteenth ittithfoorteenth lh fJOl fJOlteenth
teenth Iv all he lu pdisessed p ei1 on oii arth on th th9idetvmirlk th9idetvmirlkwhile sideValk sidevllkwhile sideValkwhile
while he want wintlnto into a saloon to buy a postage stampWhin stamp stampWhin stampWhin
Whin b hO > come out th vehicle had rolled dqwntoth1 dqwntoth1going down toth to tb
gnlib 9b Ida wutrrswear uk wear tb tr A lgeinon ge non aaJ ant niJ1 niJ1golnS ill illgoing
going eighty miles an hour Th coort HOW did ye yetime e etIme etime
time him Th Thwltness witness Through tUvnepaapeTs t thne e ° daltptms J1P
1 j i P Pugusl
August Schmidt Schmid t i anistdiv jnshrtit su tl tVfied Wfi fled d that that1 wljHeat wljHeattimptin tr ileait ileaittimptin n 1It 1Ittlmptin
timptin to find a bricfcvtb brick to throw throwa1 ivt th tl masjieen Pt h en the fBheQQort theugort lDbeQQort
QQort Good ood Tr r you 3oo ycuij t tankle jhe < lie slipped sli d ari ant sprained sPl aJriedhts aJriedhtsaukle his hisaiikle
ankle Cries 1 VShn Shame Shame I 9 9O j J U a i t tOMcer i iOiacer
Oiacer O lcer Koolittle Joolhttie testsfled testy testyf pedH f ed that Jbja h roIW o oJlgjEed 1 d dA1 Alger Algernon l er ernon ernon ¬
non fr r two taro miles ohfopt on foot He wud swear syBarthat swear that thathe thathewas he hewas
was goln go In between sixtyian 1Jixe 1 n wan wanhuIldhred hundhrediyi hundhrd i > jt Il two twomiles twomiles twomiles
miles an hour Hai He IO > v flM d ye e tlmeohJmtaslted time him1 asked th thcoort thcodrt thcodrt
codrt BiB E me 1 1 stop watchr waftc atch1 Whjn Vhn did i ftstopV ft Itstoj s oJ > Y Last rLastweek fnSt fnStweak Lastweek
week Thats all I wfeSt t to o hoar saystlitlamed gays SJl th aarried aarriedcoort lar ed edcoort d dcoort
coort Algernon AIg l on Rox t tills ts c60rt ahvays ah ys tim timners tlmQeig u uUce eis jus justice justice ¬
tice with mercy nlerc mercy an1mpers an mpera mercy nler withtimppr Vjt11iIPlpr uih timpor Iwill I Iwill 1willllot
will willllot not be hard on ye yet < l l is hryeertrs yeer Tt rst otfjrtle off5n olrinye e I z yi yimerely hl hlmerely i imerely
merely sintince ye lobc to b ba aiujedv An ietTthis IetthisUftrr4 IetthisUftrr4oape Ietthls vnrrdiv vnrrdiveseape nrr < Kv Kvpe
eseape oape pe be a warnln to ye y hesals hesalsStieh he 10 sa saSU says saysSuch
Such SU h Hinnissy HinnIiJ Is s tiff th tl la I a PP py tw life lffLanf an a lilly death deaths ath athh
h iv s th + v mll1yonuire niin n with nitt wlt > thJ UT aU autymiobili lotiJIjo iit > Did DJarride ntn T Trrlde I aver averrrlde
rrlde in wan van Almost AlmCist11fnst anst nst 1 Van an day I Pleat Jjeiacry Jjeiacryiv 3 cry crytv ry ryi
iv i Kill Kilhhim Jiim followedr oUowe by a h shower showier shoV iv brinks llIQk anI anIknew nu I Iknew Iknew
knew some ln inillyonairc llyonfltic S i is s pint itit tlt fra f r t a gauntdr jIlUl jaunt i dl l a spin spinor spin spinor p n nor
or pinch in life tlS aTitymobuf autymobf Wild shun tit tiyralflyonalre tiyralflyonalrebe mltlronuire mltlronuirebe ml ronuhc ronuhcbe
be but Hogan Ho n He hfl h hid O a fiind frin who vii i16 iaa is a Frrinch FrrinchSJIWJI1 Ftrlnchs Frrlnehbn
SJIWJI1 s r Th rillltjondfle mfllyondfre e in l1 his lltSCwniJP comppjpjn eoi 241rj1 bn n jus ju snt sntto 0 0to got gotto
to m6 nee ri dare yard ia frlfpntit frj rmt intiv i titexclted tlit tI excited popylace popylaceI
I wtet out an camed th thpeasanthry peasanthry wfth5afewwell wfth tti1lrie t fetv ti eU t
If Old Pottery for Sale Hut in In a Young Banana GroVe
t r 0J r ft ar Costa Q 1 a R Rican lc ln F Aristocrat rls t oera t E Executive xecu t pIe Mansion M Usl n ld 4 Y k St1 1i1 1i1r o e s
1 1j
j r I tj c r rI rt
an thin th autymobill aut 111 bm reaisnad Tit shovor saM saMsometliln HMsomethln saAsomethin
sometliln in Frrineb be which I I xecogjtlswd eOJ j Ved that he hesome h hsome hesome
some frm tb t same Araudiasemlnt Arduc11 liemmt Jk la 1 belle Rpscon Rpsconmon Rp con conmon om ommon
mon as mcsilf an turned njgaftil t f t Th T autymobitl autymbitlgroallcd autyntobittgroaned autymobitlgroaned
groaned an the mfolett t bled > lecI Hogan b btbitD he yitcT W to bounce bounce on onhis enhissrat n nhI5
his hissrat seat lt th shover lept over th car pulled five ntYlen levers leversput leversput n nput
put on th tho hard pedal an thin ttisofC Uil5 iii rbl 1le bTfcAV v his horn hornan boman hornan
an rran into an ice l wagon TVeTre Weleott jff yells l1s Hogan HoganTe lIogaaYe MoganYe
Ye arre ar e says I an ao is yeer back tire fY w wart ui iv ivth ivthO ivth
th little easrnent earnest elUn wiirrulcers wurruk rs amonp amor IIlO th popylace JOp ace had hadbeen hadbeeuhUBy hadbeeu
been beeuhUBy busy with a knife At this thi minyit a golf polismatm polismatmcome nxm nxmcome rmi1come
come alone Tere Yer undher arrest aneStbe ne says 35 What WhatTr Whatfr Vhatfr
fr says Hogan Ho n Fr exceedltt th time limit I Itimed Itbned Itimed
timed ye at sixty miles ail hour frm fr m Hoisted sthrptt1 sthrptt1he stbrft stbrfthe t the
he says An says sa rsHosan Hogan I timed ye yeaf at two hours hoursin hoursIn hoursIn
in Seh Schwartzineisters ax tzmefste s sakjon He says An Ill haveye have haveye lta1TeC
ye C up upbelure befure me unclp unel Capiain Hogan tomorrow Tr Trexceedin frexceedb rrexceediu
exceedin th sleep s1 limit an Ill make a storing sabringit I iv v yeer yeerbuttons yeerbuttons re er erbudolls
buttons fr th thchndur chfldher he 1M saysr says In Inth th manetime manetimehe manettmlhe
he says S 5 go an ketch a thief he hesayl says Thin he get getdown gotdown gatdown
down out o t iv i th autymobilL Sullivan he says to th thshover thOshoer thshover
shover take that Insthramint ivtorture i Iv torture back to th thasylum thasylum titasylum
asylum he le says T r dont want to be bet It millyonairehe millyonaire
F he says ys With yeer er permission penui ion liartin larttn Ill 50 in invarsh inwarsh inwarsh
warsh me face an raysume me station statlbnS te 8 poor but butclane butcla butcia
clane cia c sltlzen he says saysAn saysAn saysAn
An there ye yearre arie I dont want tinny autymobgi autymobgiHinnlsey autJ1IlobCUHlnnlsey autSnnobiilIBnnbsy
Hinnlsey X dont want to pay tin thousan UIOu aft dollars dollarsto dctllarsto
to to be onpopylar Id i lather ther have thsmiles th i mtles Ues iv I thpoor th thpoor thpOOl
poor pOOl as I walk amongst thin thl 1 on me two shapely s legs legsthin lE lEthin lessthin
thin rayceive ra ive th brickbats iv I th same in in1L a circus circusi circuswagon circus1vagon
wagon 1vagon i gon attached to a cook stove If I want to bea beablacksmith be a ablae abhiicksmijh
blacksmith blae Ill 11 Ill jine th union an get me four a day dayAn da daAA dayAn
An if Im to be arrlsted af t all Tr r hfvins l1 htt ins sake let it itbe itbe itbe
be fr r dhrunkenneae dhrunkenneaeDo
Do o I think the auCymohHl aufymi oblll bas come oonie to stay stayShure stayShure stayShure
Shure Ill Diver tell ye e Ive seen sem8ll all tIt wurruld but hotme butme butme
me on roller skates Ive seen h Ivrjbody m od ridlu a bicy bicycle bh T Tole yole ¬
ole but me Tin years ago whin hin year ye son wa W holdtn iholdtnon holdtnon
on to yeer eer arrms as ye reeled up th sthreet on onwheel a awheel alrheeh
wheel wheel say sayin in yeer prayers wan minyit an th re revai reat5e revarse
varse vai at5e se another ye tol fneithat me me that th bl b4Cle cle had come to tostay to tosta tostay
stay sta because it was nidsry ntdSrY to get et around quick q k To Today Today Today ¬
day ye blush as I mintion it it Th ssutyrnQBHl autpn ltl Till willstay villstay Tillst1t
stay st1t till til Its Itsgea gets cheap cheap enough fr r ivrybady ivribQdy to have havewan havewan havewan
wan Whin fhIn th little eager messenger r boys bo s Is dashln dashlnup da dashinup < hln hlnup
up th sthreet in a eightyhorse powerDemon power Demon Terror Terrorth
th rleh will be flyin kites t urrrunnln or > r rrunnln baloons an antheyll antheyll n ntlaeyll
theyll be a parachute rachute foorce iv h polistnen to chase chasethim chasethin ha hathhn
thin acrost th sides Be that time me iverybody will wiHhave wlYbae willhave
have lamed to lodge th Jtutymobill autyJn bW Thats a g god godplan godplan od odplan
plan fr poor people annyhow I lodge > p4se se th exthrgtTa exthrgtTacas exthr fa fagances a ag
gances g ncaS cas Jv th rrich rr1eh Theyre soap to burnt b t a tire tir soon sooaor soonor
x xI
or late lateI
I thbtk thb they ought to be locked < 1 up 111 f fr r t tr vin vinthrough rlathrough n ntl1rouSf1
through th sthreote sthr otsu said Mr lLt1Iifrtn r H Rtn RtnWel1 nnesay nnesayVell neuav neuavWell
Well maybe m be said Mr DoQI Dooley But limy l t te tethink TO TOthink yethink
think a man that th t op o on an n ssKtyracblll au tynu t m bllf blll is3uiMn is is isenough eJ eJOO d denough
enoughCopyright enough enoughCopyright OO
Copyright lM by McClure C Ehiliipa gbi dt 36f
for her extent t tent Costa Rica presents r8 nts a agreater agreatel agreater
greater variety Yaritt r of fauna fau H than any auyplace anyplace wyplace
place In the known world vorl orld l It has h s TOO TOOkinds X00kinds 00 00kinds
kinds of birds Tht TLeexuberaat exubera nt vege vegetation vegetathoa ¬
tation tutlOllfcnchl5 reaches the high hlshett t mountains mountainslands 1UU muuuntainslands mta1nst mta1nstWeUmrffli
lands 1 1lds The richest rich Wit anjl an iu most tt preeIQusmetals preciqus preciqusmetals lreclQusmetals
metals abound fIs ti her rosntahiisPeai1sare moantaips moantaipsPearls ontu1D ontu1DI
I Pearls P Peai1sare llr1s are gathered ather d f fJl fio Jjom 91 her h r VfcterB VfcterBas ere ereas rS rSI
I as a weil we l as the siiail wl wmch4 ltich ch pro preSnces preSncestly1 Iuces Iucestile
tile tlt Tyjrian fan purple ° Tbe forests are areteeming areteemfng areteem
teeming teem ng with tre t1 tt a finest dye woods woodsmedicinal woodsmedicinal woodsmedicinal
medicinal trees herbs cinchona cincl1onaro cincl1onarowood ro roe roewood Je Jeand
wood 111khognp ceQRr c r sandal al wood woodand I Iad
and all th the tine t taqnes timber tarn er ot the two twoWJld twosuns
suns Wjld rubber rubb r is one of her heri hfirYtlluab1e hervaluable
i valuable Hfoducts roduets Cotton grows growswell growsI growswell
I well and coffee is her great staple for forI forlxport forexport
I export exportMecca lxportSan a ae >
San Jose the th e cit apltu1 furl is s a sort of ofIe
f Mecca Ie < ca for many t Central entral tral Americans Americansbut AmericamI
I but the authorities a do not properly properlyencourage prol proper properI rl rlI
I encourage enourugethe the tourist travel At Ll Llmon LtI Limon
I mon and otiitr otn r parts they charge 10 10cents 10I 10cents
cents per poundforthd pound poul1dfor forth th baggage agga1e of all allpassengers altpassengers
I passengers pa sengers arriving a n ymg jn the country countryI
I The traveler frequently has the op opt
t portunit to purchase valuable speci specii spechmens
i mens of ancient pottery pott ry taken from fromthe fromthc fromthe
the graves of the prehistoric settlers settlersIt
It is said saidthatpurchases that purchases may be h made madeIn
In all good faith because becau e the people peoplei peoplehave
i have not been l enterprising enough to tot topr toprepare
t prepare pr parc bogub bo gu vii specimens sp cmens of the lost losti lostarts lostarts
i arts
artsAmerican American Trade is isSmall isSmallI isSmallHeretofore Small Smalli
i Heretofore HllelOr re the trade wrttft tuff U1 the Unit United Unlti United I
i ed d States has h s been very r small but the thei thework
i work on the theeunalwill C8J1uFwlU eapal will doubtless cause causea
a change in this respect pect The Costa Costaj CostaRicans CostaRicans
j Ricans were very er much disappointed disappointedj
j when Nicaragua failed fal1tdin in her efforts to tosecure toi tosecure
i secure the thE canal c nal because as one au authority aut authority
thority t lr t stated their eggs egS were in the theame theame thecame
ame basket and Panama addled them themall themall
all He However weverCosthRlcas CostsUlcas Costu Rlens rich re rei resources
i sources together with her proximity proximityto pro il11lty il11ltyto
to tot tb great gre t enterprise on theisthmus theisthmuswill the isthmus isthmuswill
will be certah certaintto to create a now nc era The Thebenefit Thebenefit Thebenefit
benefit she will ritl receive rece e w41lbe will 11 be second secondonly sooondI secondonly
I only to Pananm PananmI Panannr
I costa tosta Rica Ri Rlca a enjoys ei enjbss I s its greatest fine faoaefj i
j and prosperitybecause 1lolerItyb pro perltybeeause use of theoperu theoperutiOllS the opera operati operations
ti tiOllS < ins of otut o the United 1 n1ted Fruit Fluit company companywhich COmpUDhieh companywhich
which hieh is d joumtIea hibtless ub lesS the largest large t Ameri Amerij
j ran an n concern dtoing business busl ss abroad abroadI a abroadThis road roadrhhl i
I This great corporation cQrpotationowJis owns or oper operates opetates operates
ates 110 u square s iuare miles 1 of territory it iti iteriga itengages
i engages eriga engages Ss seventyQro ven tJt vO steams stt m rs in Its Itsj itsbusiness itsbusiness
j business and lastyear luStyear marketed nialk cd SfttyW 6 jOO
000 bunches bun h of t bananas Tne T e baaaija baaaijaj basazjatrade
j trade tra e has made more rapifl stridesf Strides Stridesj tride tridethan
j than that th i of any any n J other food product productI
I in the world worldOrigin worldOrigin f i ii
i Origin of Banana l1annnaIildastJY IndustryIt Industry
I It It1n has s been beeteSs leas than than thirtyflve therYtfive yearssince years yearssince ears earssinCe
since the first bananas were x ere ere brought broughtfrom breushtI broughtfrom
I from fromC Central < ltrnl America to the United tllrtedtate UnitedStates i iStates
States tate The pioneer banana seller or orI orimporter
I i importer wa was a German waiter on a aj aI asteamer
j steamer st lmer plying between Panama and andNvv andXW andN
I Nvv N w york ork His name assn was Charfes1 Charfes1the Chllrte313l1k Charfes1i
13l1k 1i ank He obtained permission from fromthe frontthe
the captain capl in to take to New ew York a afe afebunches few fewbunches fewbunches
bunches of t bananas bananarwhich < which wl ch he sold at ati atgood
i good prices and then began making makingj makluslarger makinglarger 1
j larger shipments About 1865 he gave gaveup bPyeI gaveup
I up his place as waiter whlterand and went to toj toplanting
j planting bananas as weWasW well as buying buyingand bulnSand buyingand
and shipping shippingthem them At that time only onlyi onlyoo
i 500 00 bunches could be obtained amtone amtonecutting at one onerutting on onruttingon
rutting ruttingon on onthe the whole isthmus Frank Franksustained Franksustained Franksustained
sustained frequent frequ nt losses Steamers Steamersj
j were nota notadaptedto not adaptedto flap ted to the fruit tirade lnde and andj andoften
j often the Captains would refuse the thecargo Ulel1lt thecargo
cargo of fruit l1lt when other articles artipIe art1 1es less lessperishaWiar leasIIqrishtljt lessleF1Shlilff
IIqrishtljt perishaWiar weN to Ise l shipped There Therewas ThereilH
was ilH no Insuranceforbananas Insurance 20r orbail1lt1as bananas At the theend thei
i end of teif t i yearsFrank years ars Frank had not made madea madr
r a dollar dOU r but b t by appealing his case he heobtained heI hrobtained
I obtained betterfacilities better taalllUes so that after afterj afterseven
j seven 5E en years yearsmore more he retired with wltha a for forj or ori
for j i time tune > which nich was the first on on record recordmade recordmade recordmade
made 1ro from rom the banana trade tradeCaptaih tradeCaptiIh tradeCaptdih
Captaih < Z L D Baker ofCape of Cape Cod Codcalled Codcalled Codcalled
called the millionaire mIlUo ire banana king kingfounded kingfounded I
founded fonld d the Boston Fruit company companyHe companyBe ompall i iEe
He wentsouth went south with withra a schooner S < hoonel loaded loadedwith loadedtUh loadedwith
with notions n U ns which he offered for sale salein saleIn salein
in Jamaica TU1 aica buying b yjn in return a tropical tropicalproduct troplc tropicalproduct l lproQuct
product His success succ6Sswnssuch wassuch was such that he hepurch3sed hepurchased i ipurch
purchased purch Ji large Iar e estates cs tcs and turned turnedthem turnedthem 1 1them
them into Banana banana ranches ranch R The Bos Boston Boston I3oston ¬
ton Fruit Frtm t company was the parent of ofthe ofthe 1 1thp
the United Fruit company one of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great enterprises of our our time tlm Minor Minori i iKeith
i Keith vice president of Q the Unite TJnitetbFruit UnitedFruit < Li
Fruit companyj campanyFwaaa = wa CJ3res1dent a resident of Cos CosTtOf Costar I I7taRl
7taRl TtOf tar ltica2fotthirtyfiVC RIcaotthirt5 ca o tnIt1 othaYo > flv ryoarsand rs al1d built builtthe builtthe
the rjair r IIsoad Ilro dvirpm4JBoct dftpm rp n PoztLimon ott Jdimqn Limon to San San5Jose SailiJose I
5Jose 13 as e > Thc h 40 om JinMnyls rn ltt i nos S plantations are areftlieiiargJrutw aretho
Jtbe ftlieiiargJrutw tho i 1 t qiror Vorld ivord Acres upon uponnXTywij uponf I
nXTywij f
1 J
acres of bananas 3nanas stretch stre h over the val valleys Q1leY3 xaIleys ¬
leys and mountain sides at o Ctheir Cak Caktheir C < iaftlcfl iaftlcfltheir
their huge bunches being beinbwor wort wor i m ore orethan orethan re rethan
than the t output of some of < it the thrills thrillsrichest fitirthsrichest rt1as rt1asricb
richest ricb t mines minesThe minesranyU5esof mines4FanyUsesof
ranyU5esof theBanaufk theBanaufkbanana the Banan Bananshe
The banana is a unique fruit Itn Itnta1 It ctntalsis con contains ¬
tains ta1 s if if f of the conslitueftfca consUt1 cons 1tflAftta btiJ of bread breadWiUi breadwith
with even more nutritious nut nutrftlowmmattitr Jtloqs matter than thanwhite thanwltit thanwhite
white bread It contains coJt ins 133 titles asmuch as asmuch asmuch
much food stuff to the acre aswheu aswheuand u as wheat wheatand wheatand
and fortyfour fon our times as much muchaw ajr awpota awpotatoes pota potatoes JObLtOiS ¬
toes threefourths of an aJ acre a re of wheat wheatis wheatis eat eatIs
is computed Cfmput < od to feed two persons Jer persons oDso oDsowbUe a year yearwhile yearwhitethe
whitethe while the tho same acreage of btuiaaas will willfeed Willfeed willfeed
feed fifty fly people The shoots produceripe produce produceripe MO uee ueeripe
ripe bananas in ten or twelve mouth mouthafter IIl4t1thsafter mouthsafter
after planting Green bananas lnlRJ RS cut and anddried anddried anddried
dried and ground into flour n nuOce good goodbread goodbread goodbread
bread The banana apa is called c l > the theprince thepril1e theprince
prince of the tropirsv troPktluand and the great greatnumber greatnumber Teat Teatntlm
number ntlm r of f uses u to which 4Ieh it canbe can < U b1 be = put putte JutIs putii
te ii indeed astonishing a tonlsl It takes tike the theplace theplace theplace
place of wheat rye and barley barl with withthe withthe withthe
the people I > of western west rn Asia and of rice ricewith ricewith ricewith
with the Indians and Chinese Chine e Be6Idcs Be6Idcsthe B BeStd ef6 > s sthe sthe
the fruit fru t the pith being h nb starchy Ay is ispounded ispounded ispounded
pounded and boiled making a Jtutri Jtutritious Jautrltlous nutritious
tious food The young hoots are arecooked urecooked arecooked
cooked as a vegetable A pleasant drink drinkis
is expressed ex rssed from the juice and an fer fermented fermented fermented ¬
mented The leaves are used as Mthatch Mthatchfor thatch thatchfor thatchfor
for houses carpets car > > etl > unit tlt bedding bedd g Its Itsfibre Its11bre Itsfibre
fibre is made Into matting Th The fibre fibrealso 1ibreulso fibrealso
also is woven into lace aoe and shawls shawlssometimes shawlssometimes
sometimes so fine ne that t at several Siven yards yardscan yardcan yardscan
can Ix1 inclosed iu the hands The Thecoarse TheLfIarse Thecoarse
coarse parts arts serve as cordage conla shoe shoestrings sbve6trlu shoestrings
strings 6trlu rope and other common arti articles artlCs articles ¬
cles Cs The ashes from the burned burnedstalks burnedstalks hurnedstalks
stalks are used in purifying pmifyi g sugar sugarThe suprThe sugarThe
The fibre may be made into paper Its Itsjuice It ItjuIce Itsjuice
juice is strong in tangle acid acldIbe The rind rindmuke riodmak rindmakers
makers a good ink as well as > s shoe shoeblacking sooeblackt shoeblacking
blacking blackt Both the skin and the fruit fruttare fruitare f6lttare
are rich in oil and the leaves leayuexude exude a agood aCood agood
good wax ax
The King of Foods FoodsIt
It is really the Wag of foods io Mil Millions Millions Iil ¬
lions of people depend depe l upon UIt O it almost almostentirely aimpotentirely
entirely and other othersmIfUoh millions welcome it itas ita itas
a as a luxury Its consumption is gr grow growIng w wi
i lug 5 so s > fast in the United States and andCanada aDdthat wdCanada
Canada that a great gttistlieet iteet of ships and andan curdan
an immense army Of OfPeOpJe people are con constantly constantly < on ¬
stantly eiuplo employed vd in the industry that thatwas thatstarted thatwas
was started in such a humble way wa bythe by bythe b bthe
the German waiter W1dt watterStory r r5tory
1 Story Prom FrontWay Way Back Back BackDthver 13acker BackDelver
Dthver er Republican RepubUcanPrlule RepublicanPrivate RepublicanPrivate
Private Joe Allan lulls the t following followinga followiDai
a ai illustrative of th the partialityof surtialtty rthrtlty 0 of the thesouthern theaouthtom thesouthern
southern darkey for long JOn words of whose wfeosemeaning 1iioeemeaniag whosemeaning
meaning he is entirely enUrel ignorant ignorantA t norant norantA oranL oranLUA
UA A negro n sro nara named d Blijah Thoavis rh living Kvtagia
ia TupeJo Miss recently Dtly chkaeecl ch to meet meets meettriend
a friend who complained u of feeling mis miserable miserable miserabie ¬
erable In tact Thomas ThDm friend feared for forWats forhis forhis
his lie so tuskemced9ut tUke 1St was as h he
< 0 Wats de matter matt wlr your you irQuired irQuiredBUJah ltuiredElijah irquiredBll
Elijah Bll BUJahLje jah
ElijahLtjf jahLije Lje > moaned the second negro nt ro indi indicating jodicu indieaUng ¬
cating cu Ag the region where the pain > In lay layIso la larse layIse
Iso got sucha such a awful awtulpolbS pains in mah 1 Ulh i iaek i aek aekhead aekhead
head > IIn
headIn In dat case responded IfiUjan solemn solemnly ¬
1 ly l knows what jfou u oughtcr do 0 You Yououghter Vonoughter Otl Otloughter
oughter go over to Jackson Jack o1L 0ey De says fet fetderes castderes jatd
deres d rs de > fine oakterlelosist baktertolo iat over dor dore doren a aTn
Tn 11 d de whole souLn souLnQverreached seat or n nOverreached
Gts GtsOverreached
Overreached Himself HimselfPhiladelphia mms HimselfPbiladeipbiaPublic f fPhiladelpbla
Philadelphia PbiladeipbiaPublic Publtc Publfc Ledger LedsrrExJiuJge Le1JprExJudge i ilaxJudge
ExJiuJge Mayer and a party par Were dls dlseussliiK dllCll discursing
cursing Cll ti1nJ various arlou maxims at the Republkan Republkanclub R Repl1bll Repl1bllclub pub < run runclub
club the other night when Colonel Hcnry HennClay HcnryClay HelU HelUCla
Clay Cla Plercy Pler < T of 1J Ute e house commit conunitht tec said saidWell saidWell said1Veli
Well judge do you pu really believe bellt hon honesty hoateat hooesty ¬
esty eat is the best policy policyIll poncyIli T TI
Ill I l1 answer that thatqua thatquestioa oueetkm tJoa by by8 a ator atorreplied storreplied story storyreplied >
replied the judge When 1 was pcac pcactlcing practlci piaethcing
tlcing tlci law Ja w in a country town I cUed Cd U on ona onaNSldellt ona
a resident one day tla in the interests jnteru ts of a aelfent 3cUent aclient
client T i said to the man manDid rormDid manDid
Did you nu own a lar JIL large e black dog with wRbwhite wJtbwhite withwhite
white spots spotsHe spotsHe spotsIIe
He looked at mime quizzically Qulzz ly and ar then thensaid thensaid thenaaid
said saidOh Oh no that dog is merely nwrel a stray strayyard strayClm1n8 straycanine
canine that occasionally > > trayS ante nt 1tt 1ttyrd tray trayyard
yard Youro the tax assessor aront arontyou aronto arontNo arentyou
v vNo
you o
youNo No Tin only a Jawyer Ja I came to totoll totell totoll
toll you that a client of nine tDe Sad acd accidentally acddentallY acddentally ¬
dentally shot an nail il killed WJledthe the big dog andaetborized and andauthorised aUdattb
authorised attb rlzttd me tc t paythe Pt the owner 10 dsa dsacourse dll dllRSo dASbagoo
RSo But as he tit sUJmoJ au1 mal has DO OWBMfot OWBMfotcUnM ov uraofcourse
course theres nothing to pay Good G < f mora morsOut mornlug
111 lug
Out of the th Ordinary OrdinaryHe
He always ala alw seems seems to to Iw b very VC earnest earnestat
rate rateGh
at any nn rate rateOb rateObverv
Ob Obverv very Why he can say How Eo aro aroyour aroOu arcsou
your sou Ou and giveyou Si give C you QU the Impression that thathe t thathe b U Uhe
he realty r < wants to kfiQW k qw

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