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I failed.'' sniil a woman to a New York h'reonkr if poller, "on a 8tmi invalid liiem! the older Way mi.l loinid her tearing lll oM let Itr. llf-r lap nns lull f paper lorn us line a mull, uii'l fin i;-p mi learing a die talked to mo. At last I acked lif r wiry she did mil burn I hem and bo rid of Hmii.' "My deiir," she replied, '! Ifrxn tearing lh?e letters because 1 had a nervous spell coming on ami I Cell like veiling. You can't think how soothing this is Tnere is an other reao lor it ; I am going to make a pillow. Those pillows,' pointing to a luxurious coucli covered with yel low chintz au.l In-aped wiili big square pillow-, 'are made of paper, and you ;an't think how nice lliey are. What Jo I make I hem 01 Good writing paper is the bes-t and . the liner it is lorn I he belter. "One of 1 hose meek-looking yel low cushions holds I he pieces of a most fervid correspondence. Oh, Ihey were regular love letters! Then b methinr happened. We quarreled and neither f us would lake anything back. II is out Wist on a ranch now, I asked for my letters ai d he sent Idem and wrote that he did mil waul his. I thought of burning them and keeping the ashes, but I positively couldn't put a match to them. So I inadea pillow of them. Of course is takes a lot. of letters and I had a Jot.' "What are the other pillows made ol ? Have they a history, too ?' "Yes, this one,' coins: to I he couch and taking up a pillow, 'is nil thai is leltot a novel I once wrote. Of coul se no sane publish i r would print it, and after il had come back So me six or eight times I tore it up. "This pillow is a f-olid, sensible one. It is made from my guardi an's letlers, writ ten while 1 was at college. I always use it when I have been naughty and when I need a good scolding. When 1 have been a regular goose I punish myself by pntiini: the novel under my head. ITsih ! When I think of that silly thing going around to publishers " I could box my own ears. "It is needless to say that the love letter pillow i-i mv pet one. I ue this so much that it needs a new cover. 'The two other pillows are made fiom nice friendly letters. They me well enough o put imd'T one's back, but I never u-e I hem under my head.' "Must you go f Then I'll shake up my pillows and get ready for my siesta.' ''Hooked to s e which one she selected to put under her pretty head, but 1 could aut tell. Mo doubt she knew." How a Coat ol Tab Fjki.s Peo ple read of tarring and feathering by White Cap and other-- know that the punishment is a very un pleasent one, but few imagine how terribly painful and dangerous it is. In Wyoming I mice saw a man who had been laired and leather ed, and although he deserved the discipline, 1 ould not help pitying him. Hardened tar is verv hard lo remove from the skin, and when foal hers nre ndd-d it forms a kind o cement that sticks ch si r than a brother. A9 soon as the tar sets the victim's snfiVrring begins. It contracts as it cools, and every one of I he 111 1 e veins on the body is pulled, causing the most excrnci i tins agonv. The perspiration is entirely sloniied. and unless the tar is removed death is certain to ensue. Hut the removal is no en-y task and requires several d iys. 'I he tar can not be softened by the application id hea'. and must be peeled oil bit. bv bit, sweet oil be- inc used to make the process less painful. The irritation lo the skin is verv meat, as the hairs cannot lie disengazed. but must be pulled out or Ciil oil. Mo 'nun can be cleaned of lar in a single day. as the pain of the operation would be loo excru ciating lor endurance, anil until this is done he has to stiller Imiii a pain likelO.000 pin pricks. Num bers of men have died under the torture and none who have pope through il regard taningand leath ering anything but a most fear ful iiilliclion. Ulohe-lhmoirat. The pnlireif 1'nrisliave seize f a Gr'lot carl(Kin representing (Jer many an Ri-tin lriiiiiih;iiil over Frmue, the iJen for the !Teusive liiclnre bcin 2 Jcnveil Irntn the sue refiil prodiiciinii of t-Iihpnj:riii" Ht theopra. They have also weiz tihjm'tionnltle placard mid cop ied of a pamphlet characterized by litter Fpinl of political warfare. o c Tito late Dr. Uurncliari ia cn founded. i foine minds ith the 4 Kevivatift Durnchard," whose ec rentricities and cainpmeetin ler vor (tae him a wide repnt fiM" vear aco. Il wa I he Ulier char- iscier who is said lo have d Ured thnthfl had "hnce carbunclea on Inf. knees, caused bv the hour he had sbenl in praver for the conver aion of sinners." I'refident Barilla, of Guatemala, while alrsid of Leine Msasinated has declared himself dictator and h may even provoke war with Sal vador, tzeia thinks tuat t war. with GusUmala miclil rest i. re bis popularity, but he dare not declare war. Ostta Ilica is now the nlv Central American loer that u fur war. Th si ricte-l press tuKrship has teett Cfctatlishcv'. WIS. I5ETTS & 1JKTTS. 3H St. Oimw.m Sr.. Vr.m Oih.kaxs, (0iHml SI. I'liailra Hotel.) PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Are fetill Treat injr Willi lln Giculest skill mill Suceess till Chronic, .Nervous and Private Diseases. CTXKKVOl'S DE1S1MTY. LOST MAN HOOD, Failing Memo rv. Exhausting lra iiih. Terrible Dreams, Heiul mid iinck Ache, nn I ull Ilia elfecla leailiug ti ltl ' V Ili'l-llV. 1II1II 1111 J Consumption l J t lnuiinilp. li-entell HI' len- V: t.ilieullv liv new ineth- oils mid never failing S11CCC8S. rrSYIIIUS mid nil buil Jllouil unil Min Diseases pei miiuciitly em-eil. rL"invvv nmirniWRY enmnliiints. Gleet. Gor.onliie, Stricture, Vm ico,ele. anil all diseases ol mo otiuiii-i uimii Orsan eni-eil )irninptly without injniy lo siluniach, Kidneys or oilier organs. TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN. A hl'UE :l'If K.-TIie an fnl effect of Early Vice, wliieli liriiigsorganic weak ncHs, ilestrnviii); lM)th niiiHi iiml lioily, wiili nil its dreadful ills, peniiauently cured. I HintlUAb STKICTI'KK. -Permanently Cineil lv our Wonderful Kcincity, which never f;ii!. noil without iiiin or injury. Proof iiKlispnlaiil". I iTX" experiments. Aye :nnl experience important, "ousiiltatimi free anil sacred Eye. Ear. Threat. lungs, Liver and Blad der lisease Treated With Success Unejualled. Send 6 cents pnstajjo for celebrated work ou Chronic, Nervous and Jebcnte DiseaseH. 'I'hoiisamls cmeil. A friendly n it nKif m:ivp vim lutnre sntVer- ing unit i-haine, iiiid add' Bidden years to i;i., Kn lettera answerud unleiis iiccnmpmiicd by 4 cents in stumps. Address or ran on Dlisj. 1IKTTS & BETTS, ;W St. Charles St., New Orleuim. I.a. Nov. 7. 1"'J 37-ty DniBrtallDi Establislunent O. l- PICKETT, scn.ty ro.y, miss., Keeps on band a coinpletn stock of Caskets. Cafes, Collins, Kobe, bill ings. Handles. Etc. His Htnrk con- j sisis of pverytliinjr needed in this locality for bnriiil purposes. He i;nnraiitees satisfaction in every ense inlriisted to bis care. Calls uiglit or day nt niv resideneo or place of i business will receive prompt atleu- tiou. ! THE STAR STABLES, j For K""d teams, prompt attention mid one price to all. call at the Star i Stables, II. F. Fickett, I'loprilor, fool I of Krehs Avenue, in sijjht ol the Do- ; pot and No.v'm Hotel, and especially , eqnippi'd fur the accuimiioilotion ol the traveling public. A nice glass enclosed tlenrse, is also kept at t lie Star Lively Stahles,wliich isalwuysat the sdvice of the public, with a careful driver, ou short notice. Mr. J W. Stkwakt i nty mily nutlim-ized mwnt ut Mast, l'uint to tultu unli'is fin ('nllim- O. Uiln-r4. lHiil. :-ly F. C. Turner 5s Co., MANITPACITIIKUS OF Doors, Sash, IMinds, Mouliliiig;s, 1J ti 11 listers, Door ami Window Frames, lirai kets, IUc. KLGVLAK SIZES IX STUCK. Dealers in Unillers' Hardware, Glass, l'ntty and 1'ure Mixed l'ainls. r v. Ti KXKi: x co.. (OltXKKST AXT1IONV Afl.tln A 1 ANU U' AT Kit ST I :i:stui;ets, "'"""m ji. April lU. '.Mr THE MOST VALUABLE Mn. Kiiiiar IiKl.Kitv. Cbcniist and Drug' j;it, New Hi leans. La. : Ii:au mi: It. is with great pleasure that I hereby certify lo tl:e virtue your most valuable remedy, the Iniman Vkok tahi.k FKiimi-'UiiK. 1 have Imh-ii a suffer er of ilalaiia and its complications, beinonliiige, &c., Ac., confined to my bed and room, snflcriiij; untold agonies for the ton" period of IHUKK VICARS, dur ing wliicli time I was under the treatmeut of many able physicians, who gave me the remedies geucrally used to sncn cases, bnt to no avail. I was finally induced by loctor Parra to try jour Ini.iam Vkoktabi.k FKBRlKCor.. Thanks lo yonr wonderful remedy, (wliicb I ca:i never praise to highly), I am bow again able to attend to my business, and enjoy once mora the blessings of life. Very Respectfully, (Signed,) ALCIDE JOSEPH, No. 33 St. Bernard Ave., neir l.u ias bt,, New Orletns, La. Sept. as K. M-l y ONLY MASl'FACTURERS OF THE WELL KNOWN Kim bii TOBACCO. alsDafactarers of and Wholesale Dealers ia ALLKIKDS OF TOBACCOS, CIGARS L S1I0KEES' ARTICLES. COR. DECATl'R axo I KfiCLlXES 8TS.. NEW OH LEANS, LA. Xorenbcr 8. I1. 37-ly W1 illf THE OBEAT Louisville aAil .Nashville U. K. THROUGH TRUNK LINE Between the Cities of Ci.VC.V.V 77. LICXJSGTOX. LUVlsriLLK. A" VA SS I'lLl.K. sr. lvcis And I be Cities ol XASIirir.l.K. MEMPHIS. MOXTCOMERT, M01ilI.Eal .VA'II' Oli LEAS W 1 T II OUT C II A i i:, AND WITH SPEED UNRIVALED. Shortest and Quickest Route From New Orleann. Mobile tc MoutRomery, to lTorth,East SsWest. T,,ll.,,..i, Pnra witliont rhnnsn to Xiwh 1 Ulllllilll .llSvjn,, LoiiMvillr. ('indu- nsti. ('hicaco, witliont but one rliaue to all .Vorllu rn A: Ealrin C ilie. TIUCOKiH COACHfiS From Chattanooga and Nasbvills to St. Louis, connectinjj direct lor Cities iu the N'nrthwpst. IMMIGRANTS seeking homes on the line of this road w ill receive special low rates. See a-rents of this Company for rates, routes, etc., or write C. ATMOKE. O. P. A T. A.. Louisville. Ky. R. P. RANDALL, Carriages and Harness, Saddles and Bridles, Delivery Wagons, Carts, Baby Carriages. Blevele8. Tricvcles. VelociDfdes. 54& 56 Baronne, New Orleans From the Cheapest to the Best September If, Inill. KU-VJlll I, N IiAvrzi.Kii, Jb. V. K. Mfl.NNlB. DANTZLER & MCINNIS, Maiinlactnrcrs of SAWN AND SPLIT Gypress Shingles, ' ' MOSSl'OIXT, MISS. W fSono f"r price-list Vi furo purrliaainir else wliere (iive n a trial and wt ln-lieve you will be iminHcil with price ami Hhinzlcn. Anjjnst 1.1 i81H). 'Jfl-lv DilLFi ilOli.lt. D1BECT LINE FIIOM Birmingham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, Louisville, Memphis, Cairo, St. Louis AND ALL POIN IN TIIK North, Northcas Northwest. TllltOI Oil PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CAllS, With lliawinj; Koom and llnll'ct, 1IETWEEX MOII1I.E AXE ST. LOUIS. Celebrated KatinK Houses at, Artosia, Miss., g Hives, Tcnn. For rates, lime tables nnd other i'lfor niution apply to any KhiIiomiI Ticket Aseii t. O. W. KING. Ueneral Tasseuscr Agt., Mobile.Ala H. F. RUSSELL, OCEAN SPIUMIS, MISS., DKALKR IX STATIONERY CONFECTIONEUY, XLL KINI8 OF SEWING MACHINES. Pationageof tb sHrronndi-ig country solicited. September 27. 1889. 31 -tf (healing springs hotel) These Celebrated Springs areo(en SUM MER and WINTER. Hoard, per month. er week, $10. Hack fare free tor Weekly and Monthly Knardeis. Comfortable hacks run by If. P.Hesron, who meets all trains and rare tor all pas sengers at ibickatnnna, Mississippi. 100 pounds of Hairjjage Kit. Bnv ticket to Uackstnnna, ilinn., Mobile and Ohio Rail road. Inquiries snwered promptlv. Address, II. J. rETTtTe Pix.piiet.H-. Healing Springs. Ala. Oct. 11. IrSKI. :W-ni Ivillir2.cx3r I BOTH STYLISH AXD CHEAP, At Mrs. E. B. BlackwelTs, PASCAOOLLA STREET. All the Ltutctt Ptjilc in Strax &ha)e and loquct, LOWER THAN CITY TRICES Orders from Coast prompt It filled. Hats sent C. O. If. aurt excbaogen il mot sals factory. fcerantos). Kor. 28. 1390. 40-ly 'OB- DOSE AT THIS OFFICE. I Top Buggies as Low as $33, I B Or 3 for $100. I If Out of Stock, Will Take Orders. 1 I Send for Katalog. I ou oi "mimr." johi illc. 1'rivato John Allen, or Miisi?ip pi, is by nil oIJ the leM story teller in the house, says the Wash ington Star, nml, although he sel dom hiujihs at his own slcne?, no one enjoy! the hearing n,nre tin"' he does the telling. Unlike a good ninny story-teller.-', Allen enjoy one al his own expense, and in his very larse repertory he linsa num ber. Here is one that he tell.i which has never been in print : Allen wasengflged counsel in a case by an old liirnier in Missis sippi, nnd when the case ciinie up lor trial he filled lo put in an ap pearance. The lawyer on the oth er side was unwilling, however, to take any advantage ol the Tupelo statesman, and at his suggest ion the jiuljje continued the case till the next term, wii.i a caution tn Alien a client lo be sine and have that gen I Ionian ou hand. The next term arrived, and the cf.fe in due order was called, but still Mr. Allen did not put in an appeardiice. The old tanner said Allen was in town, and at the suggestion of the oppos ing counsel ilie court agreed to pas the case informally nnd lake it up later in me day, wniie me unfortunate client w-nt out to hunt his derelict counsel. lie spent l lie morning in earnest pursuit ol Allen, but the gentleman couldn't be found, and ' hen l lie care was called again judgment by default was taken atrainst Allen's client. Scarcely had the decree been grant ed when t lie missing lawyer made his appearance. Il seems Mr. Al len had been traveling the night before or had been up with a lew friends, but at any rale he did not retire until late and had spent the morning in I he armsol Morphe.ius recruiting his exhausted lacullies. Inhumed of the situation, he al onco proceeded to make various motions to set as:de thejiigdiuent, new I rial, etc. but the court over ruled him iu every motion and he was obliged lo retire discomfited. 'Look here, John" aid the old fanner as Ihey retired fioin the court-room, '"I have been chasing around town all morning for you and couldn't lind you until to late. You are just like an old gray horse my father used to have when 1 was a boy." "How's that Tasked Allen. "Well, you see, the old gray was a devil of a horse. He was always getlieg out of the lot, and every lime he got out all hands on the place had to turn out and chase him. lie was all lo catch, and you caught he wasn't worth a ." So KG m M St'OAK. It is announc ed Irom Washington that the Sec retary ol Agriculture has1 received a report from Dr. II. W. Wiley, chemist ot the department, from Medicine Lodge, Kansas, announc ing a yery successlul run with the new machinery for sorghum sugar making, and under the new alco hol process developed in I he chem ical division last winter. He re ports 15G pounds first sugar per Ion from the sorghum cane, and esli tnates that the molasses will give about enotieh more lo make it an even 200 pounds per ton. The le partmenl savs thai the alcohol pro cess is found, therefore, to answer in practice the favorable anlici.a tions derived from experiments in the labralory. Dr. Wiley stales in his report that there was scarcely any loss of alcohol, a most impor tant feature as regards economy of production. Ihushecrelary husk feels justified in anticipating great possibilities for the future in sor ghum sugar making. The number of immigrants into the United Slates during the year of ISiX) was rather more than 405, 000 that is more than the popula tion of St. Louis, Baltimore or Bos ton. Sixteen thousand more im migrant arrived during the first ihroo months of ISfll than d ll nn 2 the corresponding months of 18'JO. Ti is known that wasps' nest of ten take fire, supposed to be cans il l,v ilm chemical action of the wax upon Ihe paper material ol iho not itse r. Ainv inis not ac count for many mysterious fires of barns and outbuildings. Yonii!! Man "So Miss Ella is vour eldest shier! Who conies afipr lipr T ' Kmail Prntlior ''Nohodv flill'l come vet, but pa eaya the first lel- low tliat cornea can nave tier. Detroit Free rrt. T (ESTABLISHED Z2T 1815.) WHOLESALE IMPORTERS OF Wines tc Liquors, COFPEES, C SHi XU, Receivers of MOLASSES, ( RICE. OUR STOCK OP CauM Goods g Faicy GroceriES Beinif lha MostComptet ia I He Soot li Wt arc prepared l sell at Low Figures. SEND US A PAMPLE ORDER AXD BE CONVINCED. .1E1V OltLt VAX, Ll. b.-pie.Wr 4, 1I . t3m MIIIIIIHAIII.III! THIS IS A REMINDER ! W.. Imva il on liiind and will THIS yVlVKICV llKPHICilSltATOH, '1 lie best niiiilt) and will u :jh less ise. tlisn un.v oilier. THIi: DOMHMTIC IMJFIilGKUATOR A flieiiper i-cfrigerutnr, tint a vert g I one. The t rltbmlrd White Mountain Ire Crrum Freezer, The best on the market. Ws have a lull line of Cooking School Novelties, ulso a complete tin of Hard ware Tinware und Crockerv. Aii.vtliins in the House FnrnishiiiK Liho J on can ul ways lind ut our store. Call anil sue lor yourself. It coal nothing to oomii to sue ns slid we take great pleasure iu showing yon what, we have. O.S. PARTRIDGE & CO., 331 Dauphin St., Octoler31. ItfUO. I). MKIttCIEirS SOjS, THE RENOWNED a L0THIERS,& HATTERS, FOR CHEAP KSS AXt FA 111 DIiAI-LG, Dauphiae Street, Two Blocks From Canal Street, Oct. ir., im. SAM LD. lil.lK'II. J. D. WHOLESALE MANUKA CTUUERS OF- CAKHIAUES, DUGGIES AM) V. ACJOXS. NOS. 8 NORTH AND 9 SOUTH WATER Sole Agency Celebrated Oct. 2, 1891. HUNTER, BENN & CO.. Timber and LumlDsr Merchants. MOIIILE, ALA., MO,S POINT, MISS.. SCI. VNTONiMI8S. .Scriiiitoii, Miss., April 17, liSH. -WHOLESALE O 3E O TO JS 3CST S& w FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS, 81, 83 AND 85 CANAL ST., AND 8 AND 10 CHARTRES ST., The Largest Clothing House South. Country orders solicited. Samples and rules for self measure ment willingly sent on application, free of charge. December 19, WM. '-ly E. G. TARLTON. Tarlton 5s 5(19 Dai-fiiix The Cheapest DKY (JOOI)S AND NOTION HOUSE in Mobile. Sl'EClAL ATTENTION I'AID TO ALL OKDERS ENTRUSTED TO US. WE GUARANTEE TO SELL 20 CHEAPER THAN AD HOUSE IN MOBILE. SEND FOR SAMl'LES AND FRIC K8. AGENTS FOB. E. & G. CORSETS. Evory Pair Wurrauted to Give Satisfaction PRICE, $1 Octobet 31, 1890. 1. 1 DAHTZLtR I COMPANY, GENERAL MANUFACTURERS OF ROUGH AND DRESSED YwpiLUMBER, Gang Sawed Sift Flooring X SPECIALTY. PINE PICKETS AND CyprcssShinglcs, .tlo Point, M. L. N. Daxtzmcr, PiTsideotanr5 Treasurer MaT.lr.l U-lT E. W. MORRILL, IXSUIMXCE -:- HGEXT, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR, BILOXI, MISS. Represents tba best Fire and Marine Insnrunce Cotnpaniaa, with sgRrexste capital of over hixly Millions, all ol srliii li have eooiplied with the laws ol tha Stale ol Mississippi, tbns giviujta perfect gasraotee tothe insured. Civil EsoiNititRixo asd SrtVKYixo also attended to, and maps of Towaand Tracts of Laud handsomely and correctly Bade. Those desirioj my attention in either line of linsioess will please address ais at llilnxi, Misa. Ocoterl. 1X90. 33-ly syyssssSjfc Job Printing:. 1, WE TRINT. At lower ratea thar etsv where in the Honth, Cania, Letter and Hill Heads, En velopes, Prosrrammes, Post ers, Briefs, Blanks. Pamph lets, and every other class of print in jr. Send as yonr orders. Satisfaction. ( iven. Democrat-Star Job Office. x Job Printing:. liave lliem the entire. Season. MOBILE, Al.A. :lC-ly 34-Cin 1SI.OCH. ADOLPU 1. ULOCn. STREET, MOBILE, -A-Ij-A.. Studebaker Wagon. sa-cui DARIEN, OA., NEW YORK, N. Y., 8-ly AND RETAIL w. r. Mcdonald. McDonald, St., MOBILE, ALA. or Money Refunded Attor 10 Days' Tria PER IMIK. 3J-ly DAVIS'S CORSUMPTIOH COUGHS COLDS SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS ASTHMA CROUP SYRUP 0? WILD CHERRY AND TAR. All Lungr and Throat Troubles. DAVIS' WIMChwry snd Tar n4 only Cnrwtht racking Cotit;1i. but srtt m . titnic, Kwlhr. th, ncrre, snd buiM. n thn pnti,nt. 1m bfn Is nm flftr yrkrt .nit ttrr-nlM.d hf rSynlciSM. FlMwnt to ult. Hold by all UmcKUIs. 50 cts. &. $1 00 per battle. 10HN H. COLLINS & CO., Phllada., Pa. fc. pi. 4. 1HJ1. H-itm a PARKER EARLE & SONS, Orrnn Spring, .?., Mauufactni-eri of YELLOW PINE Our lops are banted direct to mill, so lumber Is not water soaked. Crden Solicited from all Coast Town. Jnly 10, 1U91. sO-tf ORLEANS BARBER SHOP, 0S3. ETOE1TES, Proprietor. 149 Common Street, Opposite Lailies' Entrance to St. Cbarlea Hotel. Polite attention to transient enstomers. All work in the tonsotial art done ia an artist ie msnner. November 7, 1890. 3fi-ly Fsao. Msraa. Jos.Josmx. JiS F. Tiikxst. MEYER. J0SSEN & CO., Liquor Dealers, AXD mroirntM or Fine Wines, Urandien, Etc. Ko. 6 Son til Commerce 8U, Mobilk, Ala. Awt fr tfce Fsbmos F. W. COOK BEEB, T KraasnlW 1- 8ept. 27. lt. 31-6M l&tgf - Sto I BOfS THOIGHTS IBOl'T ITSft,. KfBOOL. Vonn Cliiirctiiumi. Joliniiie Crum anvn he is "e-mn. on nine years old,"' nnd being nslc. eil liy hit learner to write a "piece' on the berreflis of Siindrtv-hchool guve hia views ns follows": ' IJciineyfit 1. SuikIhv Srkunh jg a grate benneyfil lo cluldrens liiil,. ers and mothers. Ii gives em peece and h.ippyness. Kvery Sim dny moinnir my l'a and JJa pets up lute coz l'a is alwavs tir-d Sun dnys. Alter breakfast Ia nlwav ays, come husel around children and j:o lo Sunday Scsool, for l'a jg tired and wants a Utile peece and rest on Sunday. Then Pa noes and lay down on Ihe soly and ctnokt-g and reads papers all the lorernoon. Mn ehe sees to gpiting dinner, for l'a says lie must have a good din ner on Sundays anyway. Ma has to take tare ol the hahv too, for Hie hired pal is a Caihlick and says she won"! stay at home from Church fer nobody, and Ma beina roitcBtan has to mind her. Benneylit 2. Sunday Sekool sate cluldrens 1'as nnd Masl'roin from going to church. One day the miiiifti-r was nn to onr Inms'e an I he lold l'a and Ma thpy orl to po lc church. And l'a says, 0, I always (end my children'to Sun day t-ckool, and pues that will huv to do. And so Pa and Jla don't go to Church, but Ma says she would like to. Benneyfit 3. Sunday Scknnls saves cluldrens payrenU a jrond deal of money. When ihe minis ter told l'a he orl to help pay I ho church expellee, Pa 8aid,0, 1 giv my children a nickiea peece every Sunday to tak-i lo Sunday Scknoi. But the minister said, yes, but ihe children get it a back in Cards and Books and Picknicks and Krismas decs. And Pa said well it is all 1 can afford. Benneyfit 4. Sunday Sckools saves Ihe big boys and girls from going to church. When the boys get big ernuir lo smoke and not to mind their Pus, then Ihey ntnp going to Sunday Sckools. Only they go to church pome niles when the girls go nlong, and then they all ret in hack seats and chew gum. My l'a told Jim my big brother thai he oit to go lo church reglar. But Jim raid (here ain't no need of my going more'n I hero is of your going. I have ns much rite to stay at home as you have. But Pa said be was tired of Sun days. Pa keeps a store, but every day lie says times is so hard he don't sell much and don't have much to do, Bennevfl't 5. Sunday Sckools do a grate ileal of good to children. II it warnl for them they wouldn't know not hing. For I heir payrenls hain't cot no time to leech em. Children learnsongs and verees and Ibinzs. Il'vhey go reularnnd don't miss they get big iay fer learning to bo good. But when I am a little bigger I am going to do as Pa does and slay at home San days, and smoke aiid read the pa pers and have some of Mas big dinner.. Ma gets awlully tired lo all the time, and would like to have-a little rest. But the Mais a woman, nnd Pa says it is h duty lo do tired. Pm glad I am t a woman. Tiik Sidk To Sleep Ox. There s a brilliant young physician in De troit who should have been a great American humorist. During the recent, hot weather a patient who hadn't been sleeping well, applied to biin for advice. "What side should I Bleep on doctor !" be inquired. "In winter or summer? asked the doctor, rubbing his chin thoughtfully. "What's that got to do with it 1 exclaimed the patient halfansrily- "A great deal," responded the doctor mysteriously. "1 dont see it." "Of coure you don't, "said ln doctor imperliirbably ; "if yo" d"1 you wouldn't be here asking about it." . , "Go ahepd then," and (he patient settled bacVre-dgnedly. "Well continued the doctor, 'in winter, when it is cold, you should sleep on the inside; buim such weather as thfs you fho" deep on the ouuidein a hammock with a draft all around it w a peice of ice for a pillow, lwo dol lars, pt-ase."-IWro. Free Pmi. m s f ti l JniprvieW renaior 1 lumu, v printed in the Kansas Cnjr (Democrat), declares that tne Farmers' Allince is losins its Pt erin Kansas. "It Sine, --' "will be of snort aurauon, - . quickly drilHng back to Ihe W fcnion Labor idea. The Alliance could not succeed in P',tlC'' r . M4ies(f3nt. us ideas were 100 """"T.... It would be power und" care ml management and with conser valive demands but its best days are over." Few people can form an idea 1 of what is involved in t he MPJ J of "an inch ofain." .Itma.r sach lo follow-fhis canon ; clc" tion : An acre is JJif sqnare inches, and '"f.JLr water on this area il cubic inches, whic h- 2.1 to the gallon, H '.r'ejnh This quantity of water 250,000 pounds, or over iw Th castoroiil.H .at Weather-, fnrd. Texas, is turmnji out on hundred pnllona of Q.I P " -and is purchasing all U l I oil beans offered.