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:? In'd t II S tt' r J' .11' WWhy tee Seafcon .Leased j Kiprv The history of mankind is replete with stories of men who, stifling the ^ mgmous instinct, forsook the- soBaiety of their fellows and became herMffiSPk ' Hklmon of Athens, immortalized by | Icespeare, his fortune gone, sick or j mdpth-honor voiced by parai, took lo the woods with the rei, "I .am misanthrope and hate kind." Even .the friend who had led hhn against the crew of blood:ers self-styled friends, and had ward- visited Tim on with the not tfs 'consoling "I told you so," was with the remark, "I'd raths a beggar's dog than Apemantus." Simon Stylites lived for thirty ii on, top of a atone column a few in area, ted by pious pilgrims who i to hear thr holy man preach. %Anthony, whose pet aversion was rn?tlp of Bklrts, tried living in a to escape from the horrors of fall-1 In- jo+e but even there, his imagon was filled with unholy but j tlfdl pictures of feminine lovelicauslng the poor soul the most [bus torments. The Inkstain on vail of the cell occupied by Martin ej: tot the purpose of pious medln, .offers mute testimony of fir'a poor markm&nship with the bottle, on that historic occasion i the Evil One Invaded Ills hep-' ht'p Critique of Pure Reason, the word, in metaphysical analysis, .Vrltten by a recluse who, it has ,?aid, never wis more than sixteen i from his birthplace during his lopenhauer whose "Essay on Wornii the most vitriolic diatribe ever ed. against that much-maligned on of the human race, was a poll if . not actual hermit. Some in must have given bid Schope an 1 ihrowdown. "Fair sex," snorts pfe, "that short-legged, w/sp .waisted, narrow-shouldered?thank goodness'for Inability to remember the Yrgsf. Back, Schope, back to the realms of forge tfulness! Sir John Lubbucks delightful ' 'Pleasui'es of Memory" should Have had a long chapter devot:;>.^d tb -tlie "Pleasures of Forgetting." 'However, It was in Schopenhauer's ilgeMay entitled "Tfce Cracking of ^nW^ips" that he expresses his strongest desire to. flee ."Far from the maddening crowd's Ignoble strife." : \ Wonder what Schope would say could be come back and hear a chorus V of clamorous klaxtons trying to pass the driver of a hay wagon drawn by pair.of obsolescent beasts hogging Opposite Schope, by way of contrast wMet/US place the Persian tentmaker, dear old Omar Khayyam. There's a hermit for you, with the right idea of a "A book of verses underneath the 3 of bread, a jug of wine and thou me singing in the wilderness v E'en^ wilderness were paradise enow." KEER S One bottle of pure, emylsifijpd now, may do you moryood M t[Y| TkeexclntlTe*T*deof cod-llrcr M A I Labtntoriu. It II I siumntc I Buy Yot ilpomFairmont's Most Up ?: Where you get only fresl I)icago 1 or teetotaler.* Thtu *we hare Tbor^m's "Walden," the veiy name suggesting pleasant day dreams and adventure* written In that "humWe cot In depths of wood embraced" where he spent many of his best years, Ik Marvel's "Dream Life" and "Reveries of a Bachelor" penned under similar Circumstances and many others too numerous to mention in a brief space. Always, however, since first the flight of .time began, "Why is a hermit?" has heen a moot question and so, when it became noised ^bout rfcently that Lee Seaton, one of Ida May's prominent citizens had leased a house j on the. extreme edge of civilization, half way in fact between Ida May and Carolina, speculation was rife. Dame Ruraqr, busy as usual, flew from house to house and many were the stories aflaat. * One was that Lee was going to "keep bach" whereat the Anclint and Honor-' abl*. Association of Matchmakers stood aghast. Many a time and oft during bis widowerhood have these excellent ladles had Lee hog-tied and laid on the altar of Hymen, his quivering form ready for the sacrifice, only to see him squirm free and escape. And now ?keep back! a hermit, in fact. The wretch! Another story was to the effect that Lee had made a great discovery. Ponce De Leon in his quest of the Fountain of Youth, the alchemists in their hunt for the philosopher's stone, all would have been pikeTS, even if successful, compared with Lee, say the knowing ones. Color is given to this story because of late Lee has been going about warbling' the following touching ditty, sung to the tune, "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes": "You sent me late a new receipt Not so much hon'rtng me As hoping that in this dry land I might be wet and free. I tried it on the kitchen stove It worked most joyously Since then the house has smelled, I swear. Buttermilk Creates Beauty Overnight Delightful New Vanishing Cream Con-j talnlng True Buttermilk Makes You Look Yearn Vouruur or Monev Back. The first ajjfrnioc" of Howard's | Buttermilk cJma wil' astonish yoiy It creates hMit\ almost like ma^p but the mMrwoHerful thing aboaK is the facMPat whist it turns^M^lest andMost lifoess comaHHn to radianMKsauty ail ja^Mp.red or rougyKds snowy wMBKjffthere is not wk slUhtestjgBRJ#s use after appJMtionY it^RKDanishes from sisjmnd Lj^a^tWleated asmosphMfjxygmz nrtdugflthe least shinlif te skin. Tfere Is siyjfet aout it nor is thefe any diubynbout tip result?it's jua* common ^dioary Buttermilk in thf form ot aj^onderfnl cream gently messaged vjffn the finger tips around thfe cornerjfof the eyes and mouth. po pro# this to your complete satiiactiojr obtain a small quantity oi lAwanrs Buttermilk Cream at ifairnfcnMFharmacy on the money back if d^j^isfiad plan. The directions are simple and it costs so little that any girl or woman can afford it. TRONG Norwegianfcod liver oil taken than frozen taken a month to gUHsyour body help before i d^wn. A very littles PMOION AN CQArLIVER OIL ; strenah aid keeping up re will bul a hottle of Scott t Srugrgif'i on your way o^tinglour strength. oil ustHrflWi EmnMoa U the famoui rorwty and refined ia oar American e of purity aad palatabilitr uaiurpaucd. Blocmfield. V.J. ir Meats -to-d|?e Meat ' Market? i home dressed meats. wtoT 40c ^otJ^ST, OC (borfllss) V.... W.A... 18c BACON/Stri/ . AOr or Half V/ ..... SUGAR ctJR- OCr ED HAMS ^msl.c:.... .. 30c FRESH, 70 n OYSTERS, qt. ... iJL NECK '' 10l/2r BONES wrk 20c KIDNEYS LVL FRESH FISH 3airy Co. >N STREET. baying hopefully in mind also another no train of Lee's favorite song: <m "The tjiirtt that pow in us does rife, to Is of such site divine den That Jove's mat nectar cup, I swear, tipj Would be/too email a stein." hai Mr. Seaton was found at the rear 'TV of the taonse with his nose flattened on< against a window pane gazing intently me into the kitchen. Doing likewise we the beheld a strange sight. The room ap- mil peared' full of a light-colored vapor thi that might have lent an air of plausi- to biltty to the brewery story were it not as for what appeared to be large numbers re; of diminutive aeroplanes dashing mad- ing ]y about through the opaque vapor put To our astonished Inquiry Mr. Seaton ~ made answer. "Wasps," said he, "are i curiotw creatures. Never argue with " a wasp. They are not amenable to 4 reason, especially when some one evinces a desire to oust .them from I what they regard as their rightful I domicile. onions um oui. wmcn was ? ' just what be vu doing. Finding a \ [colony of wasps In the kitchen and knowing khelr peevish nature, Lee had j [closed up the room, Ignited a fry pan fall of sulphur and was watching re- [ suits from his coign of vantage on the outside. Even as he spoke, as If to prove the ' truth of his remarks one of the wasps I flew at Lee with a last dying effort, I tried to stab him on the nine through I FRI Guessing, The person v&tf guess? number of splras in the r . windowjmi be givenfr^ $ft0ffi5iuri Leave your guess imthe rthe door. Seeds to bp coi LANE or some other jrepi r ^ A Credit Policy That's Different Ask About It. i SMART SUIT'S $35 to W You've never See such pretty styles as w are showing in suit' And the values are sin ply wonderful. Choic so large you're sure c complete satisfaction. T.ndinc' nnd Misses > COATS Large assortment c new and becomin 3tyles?exceptional va uea $24.95 to $6C more." Upon leaving the object of wit, Mr. Sea ton then led the way,1 the front of the home and .'pointed m Into the valley. There stood the lie of the Davis mine where Lee! been foreman for some time.) bold It," asked Lee, "be a strain on ( i's credulity were I to five the lmiiate' Juxtaposition of the mine as | main reason for leasing The Herage?" "It would not," we . agreed, iking of the long avid walk back Ida Hay with a tongue still as dry a rat's back. Besides, Lee has a utation in Ida'May for never tella lie when the truth will serve his! pose just as well. | Contest thl nearest to they ; t onHat | little Mk just inside j inte^Dy ADAM S. LteJfle person. I \ - I' ! You need but garment yuu ve c\ have money left / your bill in Easj/il \ No trouble, ho \ er these days of th V i \ Thecjsejyhi luxuX^g^meen of advanta n ^so a specia e AL our disr . NT *? I 4 Cust< Suits ,f There's Just t g makes our suits di U ) GENER< electncft^j^lwM? cylinder and the swinging WKij^er. There i changes the direction of the rotation of the < springs to get out of order. No.moving ps Fairmont Electric Ser -rrtiinrvn CimT>T^l?rr | MU^KUfl oiivam. ~ fllf lUtfcrt'rtJerSittanJhptlOOSlim BL 11 _ A NATIONAL INSTITUltpK / 217 MONROE STREET Next to Fire House, .0 a few dollars at lur store t^et the classiest teg^en. You gvC^fstore Values: you j/er forN^her expenses. You pay the rest of . [mounts a:\ou can afford. [bother to(fw(fryour account. It's a life savLffifnCost of Living. Poptffarity oi Plush ge of genuine seal. We have made ilty of plush coats this season-and a )lay is the finest in town,- JoL HCOATS COATEES . SKr ;40 $35 HP ;90 ~ $75 iV )m Tailor Quality in * For Men and Young Men he proper touch of cut and tailoring which fferent. Wonderful values at $30 to $50 DUS CI^DITTEMS M irefully j^^n^y^rocents worth of is an automau^^S^l^jar that cylinders. There are aolWts or irts exposed. vice Company PHONE 1226 ====== =?> 0 ?: Cash i ' I Store . 1 Values on Gg^eimS ' ^S^uigmtied - > Credit " Terms. 1 Classy Overcoats < ( ||| $25 to $50 || Here's a splendid line /?? I of overcoats, including /.Vvjj ahy style you desire.; : Style and tailoring give >;il that -idressy appearance usually found only in higher priced cloth- M DRESSES I Wide choice of pretty F styles, both sffk and! y;? ^ I ||