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THE IUCHMOXD PALLADIUM AND SUN TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1912.
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Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A.NYE.
A LESSON Or THE STREET.
The other day a little chap with a
bundle of newspapers under bis arm
lay down on the elevator just outside
a Broadway hotel In New York city.
It was about 0 o'clock at night, and
the newsboy was tired and chilled and
evidently discouraged because of his
poor sales. The draft of warm air
from the furnace soon put him to sleep.
He lay In the full glare of an arc
light, his cap tumbled off In front of
him, sound asleep.
As people passed they smiled at the
tiny cuddled figure. Some, kind heart
ed, dropped coins into the cap. And
the policeman, whose business it was
to whack with his club the feet soles
of sleeping men and boys, looked at
the child and passed on.
The boy had been there an hour.
About 10 o'clock a well dressed wo
man came out of the noted entrance
and, noticing the boy, went over to
him. Removing one glove, she placed
her hand on his shoulder. Failing to
arouse the child, she shook him a few
The boy awoke with a start; but, see
ing a friendly face instead of a police
man's, he closed his eyes and mur
mured, "Oh, let xne sleep."
"Poor child," said the woman, 'Til
take you where you can sleep in com
The boy had dropped back into the
heavy slumber of childhood and scarce
ly could be got to his feet. The woman
bailed a taxlcab, placed the child in it,
gave directions to the driver and got In
Where this Lady Bountiful took the
boy is not known. It is safe to say,
however, the boy's dreams were sweet
that night and his near future less full
You have puzzled yourself many a
time because of the problem of vicari
ous suffering. You have written a
mental "Why?" after many a picture
of undeserved distress and suffering in
nocence. . Does not Lady Bountiful explain
some part of It!
The homeless newsboy touched her
tender sensibilities, awoke solicitude.
But for the sleeping boy her pity had
not been born.
Without distress there could be no
such thing as benevolence.
Without pain there could be no suc
cor. Without despair there could be no
Do yon see?
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflicted
with is lame back. Apply Chamber
lain's xjinlment twice a day and mas
sage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick re
lief. For sale by all dealers.
A Primitive View of the Bullfrog.
The frogs in America, It must here
be observed, make a most singular
noise, some of them being absolutely
whistling, while others croak so loud
ly that It is difficult at times to tell
whether the sound proceeds from a
calf or a frog. I have more than once
been deceived by the noise when walk
ing in a meadow. These last frogs are
called bullfrogs. They mostly keep in
pairs and are never found but where
there is good water. Their bodies are
from four to seven inches long, and
their legs are in proportion. They are
extremely active and take prodigious
leaps. From an Old Book of Travels.
A Loan In Fancy.
"You won't run any risk in lending
me a thousand francs. I am writing a
novel that is sure to go. You know
as well as I do what an imagination 1
"Well, yon'd better imagine that I
have lent you the money, then." Pele
Net What She Meant.
"Dear teacher," wrote little Edith's
mother, "please excuse Edith for not
coming to school yesterday," as she fell
In the gutter. By doing the same you
will greatly oblige her mother."
Being a "Good Fellow9 -
The news columns refer to Sheriff Boner, the fugitive Preble county
official, as a "good fellow." There many men who aspire to this title,
heedless of the fact that the price they pay for it, in a majority of cases,
is disgrace and a prison cell. Boner was a popular man. He was twice
elected sheriff of his county. He had everything to live for. Then the
bait of being a "good fellow" was offered him and he took it. The price
Boner Is paying is being a fugitive from justice and the tears of his wife
and seven children. His fall, no doubt is a matter of indifference to
some other "good, fellows" whom he probably regarded his best friends,
and of sincere regret to his real friends whose counsel he failed to heed.
A Sure Test.
Any injured man or woman who can survive a hurried trip in an am
bulance to the hospital over Tenth street north of the railroad should have
vitality enough to recover.
The Wool Bill.
President Taft yesterday once more proved himself the true friend
of the people and the bitter enemies of the tariff barons by vetoing the
wool bill, approved by both houses of congress, which reduced the rate on
wool to 29 per cent. The president says a 35 per cent rate is low enough.
There will be another veto on November 5, this time by the American vot
ers and they will stamp their veto on the broad back of the chief executive.
By the way, Mr. Mayor, what has been done in regard to the propos
al of the philanthropical woman who offered to build a municipal ice
plant? There are quite a number of us keen to know.
Strange to say there was not a tear shed today when a large number
of members of the Republican county central committee bid farewell to
the old party. All the tears are being shed in Washington these days.
The senate yesterday indulged in the old fashioned sport of twisting
the tail of the British lion by incorporating into the Panama canal bill
the provision for free passage of American ships through the big ditch
over the protest of the British government. The senate came to the
conclusion that inasmuch as the United States was building the canal at
its own expense it had a right to dictate its management.
THEIR AWFUL SECRET.
It Caused the Real Estate Agent to
Change His Mind.
When the family who admitted that
they were moving because the tenants
at the old address made their lives
miserable confided to the renting agent
that they had one peculiarity which
they wished him not fo mention to
their neighbors in his building the
agent got uneasy and executed a men
tal quickstep trying to devise some
way to break the lease. But aloud he
said very courteously:
"I shall be glad to oblige you If 1
can. What is it you wish me to keep
"The fact that we pay our rent
promptly on the 1st of every month,"
said the head of the family. "That
was something that nobody else In tbe
other house did, and the agent as an
Incentive to quick action on their part
published the news of our promptness.
The only action It stirred them into
was persecution of us, and they car
ried that to such extremes that we
had to move. If you will kindly re
frain from using us as a club to whack
your delinquents into obedience we
will appreciate it."
The agent resolved not to cancel the
lease, but at the same time be relin
quished a hastily conceived plan for
procuring prompt remittances. New
That Yankee Dodge.
The description of the first operation
under ether In Europe as given by Dr.
F. William Cook in the University
College Hospital Magazine is repro
duced in the London Lancet, and the
scene is referred to as the "most dra
matic ever enacted In which medical
men grouped the stage." The opera
tion was performed by Robert Liston
on Dec 21. 184a "At 2:15 Liston en
ters, that magnificent figure of a man
six feet two Inches in height, and says.
We are going to try a Yankee dodge
today, gentlemen, for making men in
sensible, so Liston introduced ether to
a London hospital." The subject was
a man, thirty-six years old. whose
thigh was amputated. The operation
was successful, and Liston uttered the
epilogue. "This Yankee dodge, gentle
men, beats mesmerism holler."
Marvels of India.
What a wonderful country is India!
There is only one India. Its marvels
are its own. There is the plague, the
black death. India invented it The
car of Juggernaut was also India's in
vention. So was the suttee, and with
in the time of men still living 800
widows willingly and. in fact rejoic
ingly burned themselves to death on
the bodies of their dead husbands in
a single year. And 800 would do it
this year if the British government
would let them. Famine belongs es
pecially to India. India has 2,000,000
gods and worships them all. On top
of all this she is the mother and home
of that wonder of wonders, caste, and
also that mystery of mysteries, tbe
Satanic Brotherhood of the Thugs.
Setting Her Right.
The pretty and petulant wife of a
congressman stood for a moment be
fore tbe window of the receiving teller
in a Washington bank, then tapped the
window with her parasol, exclaiming:
"Why don't you pay attention to
"We pay nothing here, madam." was
the reply. "Please go to the next
window." Denver Republican.
Those Useless Questions.
"How did you get the bruised face?"
"It was caused by the hatrack last
"No; I think it attacked me pur
posely." Kansas City JournaL
"And who," asked tbe Sunday, school
teacher "who was It that cried, O
king, liTe forever?
"All the life insurance agents." sug
gested the small boy whose father was
an adjuster. Judge.
Cypress water tanks defy decay for
jmore than a quarter of a century.
Carrier Snails Load Their Backs With
All Sorts of Refuse.
The carrier snail is to the sea what
the junkman is to the land. It re
ceives its name from Its hnblt of car
rying foreign objects on its back.
Nothing comes amiss to the carrier
snail if it is not too big. Cnstoff shells
of small mollusks. bits of broken coral,
tiny stones and even fragments of
broken glass dropped overboard from
passing vessels are cemented firmly to
the edges of tbe growing shell, nor is
this curious creature satisfied when
the shell is completely covered, but
continues to add to its collection by
fastening new pieces to the old ones
already piled upon its back until It Is
no longer able to move beneath Its bur
den. As it is an inhabitant of tropical wa
ters swarming with voracious fish,
crabs, etc., there is method in its mad
ness. Its hungry enemies pass it by,
unable to distinguish It from the rocks
and shells on tbe sea bottom. Some of
the snails show a preference for tiny
pebbles all of one shape and equal size,
others accumulate only shells of one
kind, and one picked up off tbe const
of Japan had its portable bouse entire
ly roofed with glass. New York Press.
.Many peculiar anticipations have
been cited against patent applications.
At one time a congressman took tbe
patent office a lock invented by one of
bis rural constituents. Tbe lock was
an exact copy of a lock figured in
"Price on Locks," showing the lock
used on a gate of ancient Thebes, thou
sands of years before Christ The con
gressman, after examining the Illustra
tion which was shown bim by one of
the officers, exclaimed that be didn't
care who that fellow in Tbebes was
he certainly stole it from bis constitu
ent On another occasion an applica
tion for a patent was filed for a flower
basket whose construction correspond
ed in detail with the Scriptural descrip
tion of the ark in which Moses was
placed In the bulrushes, which we are
told in th second chapter of Exodus-1
was an ark of bulrushes daubed with
slime and with pitch. This Is also
probably the first recorded instance of
a re-enforced concrete structure. Sci
Books and Beeches.
At a sale In New York a bibliophile
"Book Is a word that comes from the
German buehe. or beech. But what
connection has a book got with a
beech? I'll chow you."
The bibliophile led the way to a su
perb Caxton that bad just been sold
"This volume, you see," he said, "is
bound in boards not pasteboards real
boards, beeob boards. That is how all
books were bound when printing be
gan. Yes, when printing began In Ger
many, each lncunabulum. or early
book, was bound In buche in beecb
boards half an inch thick, covered per
haps with leather, tipped and clasped
with brass and studded with precious
.or semi-precious stones."
Told Him So.
"See here, landlord.' said an angry
tenant after be bad signed tbe con
tract for a year, "this house is full of.
"Yes; that's what I told you.
"Yes. You asked me if there was gas
in every room, and I said there was."
FIRE CHIEF'S LUCKY ESCAPE.
Mr. John Snobarger, chief of the Go
shen, Ind., fire department, describes
the different attacks of indigestion he
was subject to for years, as a "Hell on
earth," and states in a letter he has
entirely escaped these attacks since he
began using Lesh's Peps-Aid (P. A. D.)
the wonderful and harmless remedy
for all forms of stomach trouble.
Follow Chief Snobarger's example,
make yourself a new stomach and en
joy life once more, a trial will both
surprise and convince you. Peps-Aid
(P. A. D.) can be secured at the drug
stores of W. H. Sudhoff. A. G. Luken
& Co. . ug S&10
At the Churches
St Andrew's Catholic Fifth and
South C streets. Massat 7:30; High
Mass at 9:45; Vespers, sermonette and
benediction at 3 o'clock. Rev. Frark
A. Roell, rector.
St Mary's Catholic Masses every
Sunday at 7:00, 8:00. 9:00 and 10:30.
Vespers and Benediction every Sunday
at 3:00 p. m. Rev. Father Cronin, rec
tor. St Paul's Ev. Lutheran C. Huber
pastor. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Ger
man preaching services at 1:30 a. m.
Subject: "Christ's Deep Anxiety For
Our Salvation." No evening services.
The Universalist Services in the
Masonic Temple (2nd floor) at 7:30
p. m. Sunday. The pastor. Rev. H. L.
Haywood, will preach; subject: "The
Ministries of the Cloud." This will be
a study of certain perplexing myster
ies. Entrance opposite the post of
fice. You will be welcome.
First Baptist Church North Elev
enth, near Main street W. O. Stovall,
pastor. Worship Sunday 10:40 a. m.
Subject of sermon: "The Out-of-Place
Christian"; 7:30 p. m. "Stand-Pat
Sinners." Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
A cordial welcome awaits you at this
Fifth Street M. E. H. E. McFar
lane, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15
a. m. E. R. Thompson, Supt. Public
worship at 10:30 a. m. Theme "Do Our
Friends After Death Come Back to
Earth As Ministering Spirits?" You
are cordially invited to hear this ser
ies of sermons on what the Scriptures
teach us concerning the future lif.
Junior League at 2:00 p. m. Epworth
League at 6:30 p. m. Public Worship
7:30 p. m.
Third M. E. Corner Charles and
Hunt streets. H. E. McFarlane, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Mrs.
Bertha Patty, Supt. Epworth League
at 7:00 p. m. Public Worship at 7:30
p. m. Theme "Vicarious Endurance."
First Methodist Episcopal Rev. B.
Earle Parker, minister. Sunday school
at 9:15. Public Worship at 10:30. Ser
mon by Rev. E. C. Hallman. Subject:
"The Precious Blood." Class meeting
at 11:45. Rev. Harry Luring, leader.
Epworth League meeting at 6:45. Rus
sell Wright, leader. Class meeting at
6:45. Wm. E. Russell, leader. Sermon
7:30 by Rev. E. C. Hallman. Subject:
"Profit and Loss." Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:30.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
North A, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets. Subject: "Spirit."
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Servicer;
at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening Testi
monial Meeting at 7:45. Public cor
dially invited. Reading room, No. 1417
North A street, located in south end
of church building, open daily except
Sundays and legal holidays from 1:00
to 5:00 p. m.
Grace Methodist Episcopal Corner
Tenth and North A streets. Arthur
Cates, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15
Preaching service at 10:30. Rev. R. C.
Jones, pastor of the Methodist church
at Knightstown, Indiana, will preach.
Class meeting at 11:45. Epworth
League at 7:00. A cordial welcome to
Salvation Army Rhoda Temple,
No. 515 North A street. Ensign and
Mrs. Deuter, officers in charge of lo
cal corps. Services Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday at 8:00tp. m. Sun
day at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school .at
10:30 a. m. Officers' residence, No.
245 South 3rd street.
Second English , Lutheran Cor. N.
W. 3rd and Pearl. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m. Morning worship at 10:30.
No evening service. Mid-week prayer
meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30.
On Friday, August 16th, the Sunday
school will hold its annual picnic at
the Glen. Let all meet at the church
not later than 1:30 p. m. Supper will
be spread about 5 o'clock. The school
will furnish ice cream for the children.
Come, parents, with your children,
and enjoy the afternoon.
South Eighth Street Friends David
W. Dennis, pastor. Bible School, 9:10.
Meeting for worship, 10:30, Charles E.
Tebbetts, General Secretary of the
American Friends Board of Foreign
Missions will be present Christian
Endeavor Meeting at 6:30. Mid-week
prayer meeting Thursday evening at
7:30. Monthly meeting, 8 o'clock. All
interested are cordially invited to
Reid Memorial Sabbath school at
9:15 a. m. B. B. Myrick, superintend
ent Divine worship, 10:30 a. m. Ser
mon by the pastor.
Grace M. E. Sunday school at the
usual hour. Preaching at ten-thirty
o'clock by the Rev. R. C. Jones of
Knightstown. Epworth league will
have charge of the services in the eve
ning from seven unti. eight o'clock.
First Christian Church Corner of
Tenth and South A streets. Samuel
W. Traum, pastor. Bible school, 9:05
a, m., W. M. Tittle, superintendent.
at Special Fares
East or West
Consult nearest Ticket Agent for
particulars about Special Fare Round
Trip Tickets to New York, Boston,
Atlantic City and other resorts in the East,
and to Colorado, California and the West.
Preaching service will bo conducted
by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. There
will be no evening meetings until aft
East Main St Friende Truman C.
Kenworthy, pastor. Bible school at
9:10. Meeting for worship at 10:30.
Christian Endeavor at 6:15. If-the
weather is favorable the C. E. service
will be held on the lawn east of the
church. Evening meeting at 7:30.
Whitewater Monthly Meeting Thurs
day morning at 9:30. Prayer and
conference meeting in the evening at
7:30. You are cordially invited to any
of these services. The congregation
and different departments will picnic
next Tuesday afternoon at Glen Miller.
If the weather is unfavorable to have
the gathering at the Glen, it will be
held at the church.
West Richmond Friends At Earl
ham College. Bible school at 9 a. m.
Meeting or worship at 10:30. Murray
S. Kenworthy, pastor, Elbert Russell,
college pastor. Intermediate Endeav
or, 2:15. Midweek meeting Thursday,
7:30 p. m. Women's Aid society, Tues
day p. m. All interested are invited.
United Brethren Eleventh and N.
B streets, H. S. James, pastor. Bible
school at 9:30 a. m., A. D. Craig, su
perintendent. At 10:30 Dr. Charles
Whitney, general secretary home mis
sions, Dayton. O., will preach. All are
cordially invited to hear him.
At a banquet held in his honor tn Tor
da. Maurus Jokal was called upon to
propose the toast of "The Ladies." Fie
made an excellent speech, during
which be continually toyed with the
brown curls upon bis forehead. Final
ly he said: "I raise my glass In honor
of the gracious ladies of Torda. May
they all live until my hair grows
gray." nis audience drank to the
toast but it was easy to see by the
faces of the ladies present that they
did not think much of the compliment
Jokai rose again from his seat and
took from his head a magnificent
brown wig. showing an entirely bald
hend beneath it. "My hair." be added,
"will never grow gray." And the la
dies, who had not known of his bald
ness, were more than pacified.
Plants Without Roots.
Tbe "flower of the air" is a curious
plant found in China and Japan. It is
so called because it appears to have no
root and Is never fixed to tbe earth. It
twines around a dry tree or sterile
rock. Each shoot produces two or
three flowers like a lily white, trans
parent and odoriferous. It Is capable
of being transported 600 or 700 miles,
and it grows as It travels, suspended
on a twig.
A Fidgety Age.
Repose of manner was considered at
one time essential to tbe well bred
woman, but this Is on Ideal long con
signed to the past Every one fidgets
in these restless days, no one has time
to sit still nor to listen for more than
a minute nt a time without being bored
and showing it London Queen.
Figg (sententionslyi To him that
i hath shall be given, you know. Fogg
Yes. the man who ha a head gets
ahead. Tve noticed. Boston Transcript
The beautiful seems right by forco
? beauty and the feeble wrong be-
uise of weakness. Browning.
Philadelphia occupies a unique posi
tion among the great cities of the
world in the number and size of her
Are Considered by Doctors More Dan
Serous Than Winter Colds.
A person is quite as apt to catch cold
in the summer as in tho winter, but it
is harder to cure a cold in the summer
than in the winter. In winter the brac
ing air assists the remedy to overcome
the cold, but the sultry, depressing
weather of summer retards the cure of
The public is much interested in
jknowing a remedy thatwill successfully
i cope with summer colds. A remedy
that covers just such bases is Peruna.
I Experience has taught that it is the one
remedy that promptly expels sum.
Imer colds of every character and do
Miss Ivy Gray, Fairview, Ky., says:
"I have taken Peruna, and would say
that it is the best medicine for conghs
and colds I ever saw. I find that it
always cures a cold in a short while. It
also strengthens and builds np the sys
tem." SPECIAL NOTICE Many persons
are making inquiries for the old-time
I Peruna. To r-uch would say, this
formula Is now put out under the name
of KA-TAR-NO, manufactured by KA-TAR-XO
Company, Columbus, Ohio.
(Write them and they will be pleased
i to send you a free booklet
It Raised Ructions Before Nobel Learn
ed to Control It
Dynamite Is a Greek word for pow
der. Its chemical name is nitroglycerin.
It was discovered in a laboratory in
Paris by A. Sobrero in 1S47. Sobrero
escaped death a hundred times by the
closest margin and was never able to
learn bow to handle tbe explosive with
Aboot 1S55 Alfred Nobel, a Swedish
engineer, learned how to explode tbe
liquid by detonation. Nobel Bros, of
Hamburg that year sent a young man
to America to Introduce its ns to min
ers. He met with no success, and a
tin can of tbe liquid left by bim In a
New York hotel when thrown into tbe
street wrecked tbe hotel, injuring
many and causing the neighborhood to
It was known commercially at this
stage as "glonion" and Mew up by ac
cident a West Indies packet at Colon,
killing fifty people and destroying
property worth a million dollars. Then
its use was prohibited by law. it will
burn at certain temperatures If tbe
quantity is small. When exploded it
Instantly expands 10.000 times; the
gases require 10,000 times tbe space
of tbe liquid.
At last Nobel learned to soothe and
quiet tbe liquid by causing It to be ab
sorbed In Infusorial earth. It was this
preparation that in 1SOO was called dy
namite by Nobel. When it explodes
the force plunges first downward and
then rebounds upward. Unless confin
ed it bas little tendency to lateral pres
sure. This Is one of its great peculiar
ities. Louisville Courier-Journal.
"That steeplejack did a paradoxical
thing In fastening the weather signal
on the church steeple."
"What was It?"
"He was successful in a vane at
To promote the mutual Interests of
wireless telegraph operators and their
employers an International operators'
union has been organized.
A NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
To all knowing- sufferers of rheumatism, wbeta.
er muscular or of the joints, sciatica, lumbacua,
backache, pains In tbe kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her tor a borne treatment
which has repeatedly cured all of these tortures.
She feels It ber duty to send It to all sufferers
FREE. You cure yourself at borne as thousands
wiU testify no chance of climate being aeoea-
Sary. Tnfa Imnl. KmI-Va. n. a.M
from the blood, loosens the stiffened Joints, pur-
in oiooa. ana Dngntene tbe ey, r'vmg
elasticity and tone to tbe whe le syirtem. If the
above Interests you. for proof address
airs. M. Summers. Box B Notre Dune. Ind,
us lb fo r
We put them on your rig while you wait. Use
only best grade of rubber and guarantee satis
faction. THE M'CONAHA CO.
11-13 S. Fourth St. Richmond, Ind.
Plenty of Dressed Spring Chickens and Nice Fat
Hens to Stew or Roast. Also a nice lot of young
See us for your smoked, cured and salted meats. We
carry the largest and choicest stock in the city.
HAMS, ANY KIND AND SIZE
Bacon, any kind, fat and heavy, lean and thin.
Mead Ma it fee Its
309 South 4th St
31 South 5th SL
It Was Tuned te Play Costly Air Fee
Banker Feu Id.
RacbeL the famous actress, did not
neglect any means of turning a more
or less honest penny. In bis new life
of her Francis Gribble tells the fol
lowing story of a guitar:
Rachel first saw and admired It la
an artist'a studio. "Give It to me."
sne said. "I want to pretend that It
Is the guitar on which 1 earned my
living as a street singer."
The Jest seemed a pleasant one. and
the artist handed over the Instrument
Rachel embellished It with ribbons
and hung It In ber own apartment
where it duly attracted the attentiou
of Acbllle Fould. the banker, llenr
ing its story, he expressed the wish
to possess it "Very well." said
Rachel, "you can have it for a thou
"Five hundred." said tbe banker,
trying to bargain.
"No. a thousand." said Rachel, ex
pressing her disdain for those who
And the banker actually paid a thou
sand louls for the worthless knick
knack. It Is said that be learned tbe
truth when be tried to sell his treas
ure at tbe Hotel Drouot and that the
discovery of the hoax nearly sent bim
into a fit on tbe floor.
Mast be pleasant aud
courteous to hold trade,
lie ean't be bright and
. i v. 1. ...Am a. I
lOby headache. Don't
let headaches Impair
enables you to ran on high speed gets
at the headache's cause, whether beat,
cold, nervousness or gripp.
Capualne la a liquid, pleeaaat to takei quickly
effacUra. After it eurae yoa. yoe'll pity tbe
paople who doa't know about Capeduta. SM Sad
Me at drag storae. Trial sias. 10a.
WE PAY SI
PER SET FOR IIH 'I "HII
OLD FALSE 1 JCjUi 1 Jtl
which are of no value to you. High
est prices paid for old Gold. Silver.
Old Watches, Broken Jewelry, Pre
Money Sent by Return Mail
Phlla. Smelting eV Refining Co.
Established 20 Years
863 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pa.
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