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r, if "ound Advice.
Qno morning a Sunday school was
about.to.be dismissed and the young
sters were already in a-tlclpatlon of
relaxing th-V cramped li!Me limbs I
ter the. hours of coniinement on
4 stralghtbacked. chairs md benches,
when the s-,perlntendert aroso and,
Instead of nthe usual ulsmlssal, an
nounced: "-id now, children, let mo
Introduce .Mr. Smith, who will glvo us
a short talk,!'
Mr. Smith imlllngly arose, and aff"r
gazing 'lmprelvely around the clarv
-n room, begar- with: "I hardly know
what to say," when the whole school
was convuls d to hear a small, thin
voice back In the rear lisp:
1"Thay amen and thlt down!" Sa
"Just befo-" you married mo rival,
false woman," hissed tho vIUIan,"you
told mo you loved me. I shall tell
him of It an expose your- treachery."
"Go as far as you like," said tho
beauty, care'.sssly. "I told him about
It myself to-Jay, and he didn't believe
It. Said It was Impossible, because
he knew I had ordinary Intelligence."
And the grllery broke Into a storm
of applause. Cleveland Leader.
Worth of the Whipping.
A farmer, whose fruit orchards had
been very c .en robbed, caught a boy
up ono of his trees.
"Come devn, you young rascal!"
shouted tho owner.
"No fenr; not while you're there,"
replied tho urchin.
"Well, I'll wait till you do."
"All right," said the lad.
They had waited about an 1i-t,
when an .fdea occurred to tho boy.
Snatching an apple, ho took a steady
aim, and hit tho old farmer on tho
head with It.
"Hullo, what's up now?"
"It's just this. I'm gaun to keep
peltln'' till every apple's r ' tho treo un
less ye promise not to t uch mo, fr
If I'm gaun to get a hldln I'm gaun
to have mo sport for it. What d'yo
The owner of tho property had to
Worthy of Encouragement.
A Brooklyn policeman who was
charged with absenting himself from
his post offered as an e use that ho
had gone into a church to pray, and
he was let off with a r"prlmand, as
praying pol'-:emen aro believed lo be
rare. Utica Press.
She Needed a Look.
Rev. Sam Jones, tho noted Georgia
revivalist preacher, was at all times,
to say UiC least, forceful in his lan
guage, says Success. Above all things
ho objects to a practice of supcrsalnt
llncss, his religion holm; something
on the "shirt sleeve" order. On ono
occasion ho had taken for his text
"Vanity," and to point his moral said:
"Now, If there Is a woman In tho
congregation this morning who didn't
look into tho mirror coming to tho
meeting I want to soo her. I want
her to stan. up!"
A Blnglo woman arose and stood
with meekly downcast cjes. To de
scribe her in a kindly w", one would
say homely, i.ev. Mr. -ones rested
his earnest eyes upon her.
"Well, God bless you, sister," ho
said. "It certainly Is a pity that you
didn't." Chicago Journal.
Constituent Was Displeased.
A pertinent question was put In an
Indignant letter from an anonymous
constituent to a candidate at tho gen
eral election. "Dear Sir," ho wrote,
among other things, "I hope the devil
will get jou. If ho does not, what's
the use of having a devil?" London
WORSE THAN ALCOHOL SLAVERY H
Clay Eaters Unable to Give Up De- Bfl
qradlng Habit. Bfl
Clay caters aro found In the West HB
Indies, Honduras nml somo of tho re- Bfl
glons round the Orinoco. They aro BJ
not necessarily of any particular BJ
tribe, for even whites have fallen vie- Bfl
tims to this degrading and fatal hab- Bfl
It. The habit is rontratccd at as car- Bfl
ly an age as 12 years, and tho crav- Bfl
Ing once acquired appears to bo irre- BJ
sistlble. Confirmed clay caters will BJ
lio down and lick tho earth whero BJ
tho edible clay Is found. BJ
They suffer from chronic dyspepsia BJ
and emaciation; but, in spite of tho BJ
pain and weakness, they cannot do BJ
without tho clay any more than tho BJ
confirmed drunkard can do without BJ
his alcohol. In somo localities this BJ
clay Is whitish gray, sometimes yel- BJ
lowish-plnk. There appears to bo BJ
lime In It, and also tho remains of BJ
minute organisms. It Is sometimes BJ
eaten baked and sometimes rnw. BJ
A confirmed clay cater will tako BJ
four, five or even six pounds a day. BJ
Water Is drunk with It. At length BJ
tho habit seems to give an aversion fl
not only to other kinds of food but BJ
also to alcoholic drinks. As soon as BJ
this stage Is reached tho eating of BJ
clay invariably causes death. BJ
HLr Hart the Name We Paid $500.- For T . I
aH P Because it describes so well the unquestionable superiority of 1111 I
lOur New Bottled Beer m I
I We eive hearty thanks to all who were kind enough to send
I us a suggestion, but there could only be one winner. 1 he lucky
V man is Mr. R.Kearney, of Sheridan, Wyo.
m He suggested "Luxus," which is taken from the words
f luxury and luxurious, and the committee composed of R. H.
1 Kastor of H. W. Kastor & Sons Advertising Co Chicago, 111.,
. 1 AD. Mayo, General Advertising Dept. Record-Hcrald Chi-
V PJL caRo, 111., aAd Samuel S. Sherman, Business Mgr. of he Inter
.m Ocean, Chicago, 111., who were appointed to pass on all names,
YU fel that nothing else was quite lo good as this, though there
l were thousands of mighty good ones. Some of the names
BIW suggested could not be considered, as they were already in
SM use by other brewers; others were repeated so often that,
USa had any of them been selected, it would have been imnos-
IsM Bible to determine to whom the prize was to be awarded.
vsM Mr. Kearney says it's easy money, but its worth
B every cent o! It to us.
iw. i Watch for the appearance of
L $P Bottled Beer
A&uMr. and ask for It at your dealer's about July 14th.
tHEW $3SbX It's ready now Pure, Sparkling, Well Aged,
N&SKw Wholesome, Satisfying, Refreshing but we
slSfc can't Kct It on the market until the
jrVfa .01. labels are ready.
ylP Fred. Krug Brewing Co.
IgflP'xSpHklS Omaha, NehrasKa
It will be sold everywhere In the West WW I
and we have three shifts in our bottling department wi irk- wj B
ing day and night, getting ready for the enormous demand Ifl
that is bound to come for ji i
The Best Beer Brewed Jj I
It is light in color and is not heavy or sticky but delightful A UtJMi
with meals or for refreshments. It it not only a pure beer llimlh I
it is not only made rlflht but it is made expressly to ffnffifl I
suit your taste. We have brewed beer in Omaha for 60 years llwQn
long enough to learn what the public wants, and long Mmq ..I
enough to learn how to make beer that pleases the public UyMw' Tfl
taste exactly. We are not trying to force our taste upon ttWuV flj
you, but are catering entirely to your taste. lllmijl 'I
We know how good " Luxus " Bottled Deer is now Wlklff M
You will know in a few weeks. Jfrnr !
We thank you again for your suggestions, also jlim il
for the interest you have taken in our name contest. J1 Mf s I
S' ma DJMvu.tak, VV V . j?L. i 2P72
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