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AiaaVTOgOTMMUUllll!BWaMWIIMU(luWtW I Iififs Pilgrim j Mir. Andrews T Sho Mlai Roso Laf "I know," supplied Juno, In a sort ' . . - - - . !- --- .1.1.11.. -11 ery, on' sho my LUtlo Mis'. Dcat her f l DU1UU1U i"i kiumjuiub "" in vn nn a nanas in tne puuc rmia or nor moru la 70 pa ever tae .j f ftthe.r Bh0,B j to teach both you and mo to laugh." LIVE8 ON 4 CENT8 A DAY By GRACE MACQOWAN COOKE 'Copyright, The Frank A. Uunsey Company ,'an' mo la hyer, an' .name dat to youT" Juno shook his head. i "Can sho laugh like you Miss Rosa Tjifomr T mnnn?rf ha nnViul ..lnM ' .tho only subjoct which appeared at ' present to have Interest tor Mm, , Marcus M. Wood Works a Little on I Undo Zoko grinned. His Farm and Reads Much "I wish you'd come over to our1 "U "f ,B do lanshln'eat some- Money In Ducks, fcouso and laugh." i bod7 that knows on" n Bd. "Dut Webster, Mass. Marcus M. Wood, ' Tho small boy mado his request !Wt am't B0Und Ukp my beUcrln'. Whoa Uio aged philosopher of Webster Gore, 'mildly, his little hands crossed behind Uttl Mla' laugh Wt'B " flno as birds p&a solved tho problem of high cost kls white pique back, his serious eyes . W , P "vlng. Ho and his wife live on 4 fixed upon the other. I Tho child looked enviously at tho tw&i a day. Tho old black man broko off sud- Andrews house, where an angry par-' & Mra- Wood occupy a small .flcnly In tho raids! of tho harangue ." screamed In a front window. It J"11 onG n0 frm Webster. For Ihe waa addressing to a fat, morose ,nad neTer contained anything to luro Itwonty years Mr. Wood has read chap- Jpoodlo, which he had brought out .Mm to ltB portals before; but now ot medicine In an effort to prolong ifor exerclce. Ho rounded eyes of ,no relt a desire to hang about and M0- Ho ls 76 years old. Recently, ,wtoniohmont upon tho Intruder, and i8eo 0xe lady-laughter, as In his own wnon broken down In health, he bought ,then burst Into ono of tho lnimltablo mlnd he Promptly dubbed her pos- r3 nome on Sh land. On this farm guffaws of his race. , aibly oven have tho luck to hear a Ith0 couple have lived for 4 cents a "H'yah h'yah h'yah h'yah!" ho ,amplo of hor performance Now that Bay- 0a holidays Mrs. Wood prepares ,noutea, with tho characteristic unc- " looked at it, there was an unusual " "" ui u. mai ui uuout u ceuu, duous, liquid click between each syl- sur aDout tne place, a gaia air, wmen liable. As tho ululatlons of his joy, sorted oddly with tho sour old dom frankly, richly barbaric, but sweet lcllc ;and kind, smote upon tho prim aulet ' " wonder if I could go In and call?" of that Now England vlllago street, "nused Junius Brutus, Wood gives the folowlng as a daily menu: Breakfast Pried Indian meal, pud dingy butter, Concord grape Jelly, doughnuts, wheat sherbet r FUNNY Sn G It Was 8tartllng. Sir, am I corroct in repeating what 1 saw in Uio papers yesterday, that from tho commencement of tho Paa ama Canal up to dato tho number of lives sacrificed number eighteen hun dred ?' "You couldn't havo read it right," was tho reply. "It gave tho number at twenty-eight hundred. I read It Tory carefully, because I have a broth er down there." No ono expected tho solemn-looking man to say anything, but after a lit tle he turned to tho passenger on his right and remarked: "Twenty-eight hundred, eh! Just wait a minute. Ho toon out pencil and paper and figured for a moment and then said. 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But it's father's name, "Oh, no!" he remonstrated. "Father butter, plum jelly, cracked flint wheat, (too, and he needs It; so they call mo !nover goes to people's houses." drink. June. I. don't much care for being A vision of his tall parent with tho , Tne grapes for the preserves and Just named a month that way; but introspective eyes and tho preoccu- Jellies arc grown on the Wood farm, as it's a very nice month, of course " Pled absent-minded manner, attempt- Are the wheat and apples. The dough he added with the quick deference of lnS to call upon some one, quite nuts e baked by Mrs. Wood. Tea ,a well-trained child for those In au- staggered the little boy's imagination, d coffee are Injurious to health, ac 'thority. "Are you going to laugh some "Yas- hoaey boy, he ls In dar," in- cording .to Mr. Wood, who crossed tho more?" slsted Uncle Zeke gently. "He como .two drinks off his menu several years The query brought its own reply, down to Rlchmun' las' summon, aBO. He said: Uncle Zeke looked at his young vis- 'while you was at yo' granny's, an' "I do not claim the business man of itor, and uttered a series of mellow, ne made de 'quaintance o' my Miss toe city can live on 4 cents a day, but ,deep-throated chuckles which never 'Rose. An' now Miss Roso she done J do claim that any one who will live quite sufficiently merged into one come up hyer to her Aunt Embly's on the farm can practice my dally rou another to make a complete laugh,' yet house 'case all her folks Is dead Une of work and pleasure and live which expressed intense enjoynient. 'ceppin' dest her an' me, an' her 'or 3 or 4 cents a day. It Is necessary -The great bass voice, playing thus In 'Aunt Embly an' when young ladles to Uve on the farm and eat the fruits itho dooryard of mirth, sporting and ' QUality gwlne to wed dey comes to .and vegetables of the garden. With dancing in joy's corridors and ante- dey nighes' kin. Honey boy, I reckon U.000 you can live handsomely the re chambers, yet never going through tho 7' na ruther name dis hyer business mainder of your life. Meals at 4 rosy portals into the great carousing t0 yQU-" ,cents a day wU1 average about ?15 for hall of real laughter, held a thousand Junius sat happily on the curbstone the twelve months." 'hints and suggestions of delight a vrorld which had suddenly taken At hl3 farm Wood works a little and "That's a good kind, too," said bands to dance. Nothing was real reads much. He believes he has a Junius Brutus, Brandon. "I 'most be .but everything was delightful. His Plan to reduce the high cost of living ilieve I could do that kind myself. I .grave young father went about mak- by India runner ducks, urieu tne oiner once, out He lu 'uoruiug uuiim. i uuug muies camu 'shook his head. "Whar is you-all's house?" Inquired the negro. "Has you got a Job o' ,som'n 'nother 'at jou wants done?" Right over there," said the child. to live across tho street, and brought fascinating big blnck men who could laugh by the half hour. Pounds might be expected to frolic with him Sell the piano and buy ducks," is his advice. Wood has experimented with the ducks and finds that at a time when hens are very coy about coming across with eggs, his India runners are producing eggs of all sizes. Five eggs a week each duck is the average. Wood says "Each duck will lay 240 eggs a year, eggs that weigh thirty when he returned home, and not pointing to where an old colonial man- treat his advances with chilling slon gleamed stately behind its elms, canine contempt Medusa, the cat, "It was only me. I don't know if vnn'H would undoubtedly relax her set call It a job a real Job; I I just frown and permit him to pet her. By ounces to the dozen, and flavor Just wanted some laughing done. Our that same token, tho door of the An- as Bood as hens' eggs although tho house Is so quiet, and nobody makes drews house was opening, and his whites are a little tougher." any noise; and I thought If you'd come father was emerging. over and and laugh It up a little bit He broke off, and reviewed his sen tence with discouragement He felt that he had put the case badly. Yet his halting presentation of it had again convulsed the hearer. Once more little Junius listened to sounds which were as music to him sounds which, In their bold abandon of gleo His father! Stay! Was this the individual? This man's cheek was flushed, his large eyes bright below the disordered hair, which June had never seen otherwise than melan choly perfect in 4ts arrangement. He was talking and smiling, and be hind him came the prettiest young lady the small boy had ever beheld. "No need to send for him," said STRANGE ANIMALS TRAPPED One Is From i4orth Pole Region and the Other Comes From South America. 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T Adv. la fl Crtllfl. AvMnwInn. tit.J .. T-. hrmiirit in l.ln V,I1.. .. i t,l. tniVi'a .lnn tnnno Un-l- ... U """"''"' UllU, U.I JUUCH- wow u.o iuiuij uuiimuu young "" """" "-v "va. ticioo ui nnrt hna nux,l nroH,,l,o ib- o fancy visions of unbelted, unafraid ,boy, Rose June, come and shake Ucl te t cUm u Joyance; warmth, color, confidence, hands with this young lady. I havo . ' , ., .! , V.I- -1 i ll t--j .--. .i., il, i i I to "b, av.tuiiuuB tu BUieilUSUS, v T. . rr eQ- I bo1"1ijs ,L" "r, r , the North Ple was about where Salt "You makln' game o' de old man," ! The small, white-clad figure moved Lake clt t d - !T ..aid Uncle Zeke Anally, when he could, in a sort of trance across the walk of today w in tif fopict cat his hrnnth "Phlllor, olt -nnd nn tht Rtons Thin wnQ toTitt Ann 2"" ul "" iu me tropics. Za . T. , C . uo'c' v j - , . nr mese same scientists predict a sim- need to be l'arned how to laugh, nor ad been so careful concernlnB his llar chan at some alnt never need no he'p a-laughln' Bult This was why she had put an ft ttat . from thp r .. came south and the South American leastways not in Faglnny; an' I 'low extra rub Into the washing of his hit's bound to be de same in Mas- ,face, declaring that he had made It satusicks. When you gits In school dirtier with his own ablutions. He an' de teacher tell you 'Hush, an' mind now remembered that she had sent yo book,' I bet you laughs." ' him over to Mrs. Andrews he had He chuckled richly ance more. And been diverted from his errand by the tho boy was so engrossed by the coveted sound that he almost forgot ito reply to tho text of the observa tion. Then he sat down on tho curb bird flew north, is interpreted by some as a sign of the revolution. However, a majority of the people are not worry ing, but they are wondering why the Mack man who laughed. ' usual habitats Suddenly the girl knelt in the vesti- mch Hunnewell of Auburn trapped bule and put her arms around tho th Art, hlnp ffw nmr Ta white pique shoulders. Her smiling, It was a beautlful anlmal and which framed in the prim plot before kind, dark eyes looked tenderly Into ia 8alQ t0 bc very vaiuabie me uiu-usuiuucu ruu-uncic nouse, anu 'tne uiu, oeriuua uiuu syea roiseu 10 'nursed his knee thoughtfully. "I don't go to school," he said llnally. "A lady comes. Father teaches me Latin. I study music, too. 'Kinder .garfen Method, Suitable for Children !"" 'uui iu ouveu luara 01 Age. them. "So this is June!" sho said softly. "He looks like you, dear." And a tremoi went through the boy's slim body at the word. He dragged his gaze unwillingly from One of the crew at the life-saving station at Jonesport wounded tho duck billed swan and captured it. 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W. TT Vnlsnm of Aiih,,.. m,n iher?" lnauired the neirro. spntlno- himaoif ttAro'a uttio iwu' 'beside the child, and letting tho HI- Thus prompted, tho man tempered poodle , run i to the length of down somewhat helplessly at his son. shoeing on a lake near hls'home saw a" in. uumu. jh uui i-oudqs wuat you "Junius," ne Began, "tms young laay huge bird nv ovorho.i,i nnrt OMm . is going to como over to our house the WOods. Ho described it as being a RlOSSV black with n whlto mirir "Will she bring the Mac man with the wings and a ruff of whlto feathers sr?" asked Junius suddenly. around tho nook, it hn,i i,., "Uncle Zeke will havo to go where curved beak BlmlUar to an , . or I go." said the girl, with a swift reyo- hawk.a 0 that u wag much j .latlon of whlto teeth and dimples. The spread of wings seemed to be Even in that dizzy moment Juno ad- nhnnt ton foot rni, ,jih ,., when father got him; but he's grown mitted that Uncle Zeke had spoken ' to the conclusion that the , bird uT-i - . a. v.w. B u.uK ix uuui, anu mm me muy-muBuior our- South American condor, or black vul- I am. He's so old he hasn't got much passed tho black man. "You won't turo of tho An.io xroL.L Ym mind'' I'm suro you and ho will soon . ' bo great friends. He used to teach mo a great many funny things." .IT 1 11 J 1 I t.1 ,, ..! I i huuii uujuy uuviujj min, iiatsuiLuu 1 name a human?" "Ann used to bo my nurse. She .keeps tho house. She's very kind. She reads to me. Dut she's not such a cheerful person as you are. Sho 'reads mo 'Black Beauty, and I cry. .Pounds Is a dog. They called him that because ho weighed a pound tteeth. I call him Hounds because ho weighs more than one; but nobody notices the difference." Ho sat daintily on tho curb, doing HELD BY A NAIL no damage to his Immaculate pirtue Brandon, junior, with conviction. "He wlRETON, Pa. William Harding 1 suit. j call touch mo I wanted to ask him to made an unfortunate visit to his hen ' "Were you did you think you might this morning, but I hadn't quite ar- house, when ho heard a suspicious como over and laugh some for me?" ranged it In my mind." noise in his back yard. As he was ho asked at last timidly. The girl burst into a low gurgle of standing on a box peering into tho I The old negro rose with a curiously laughter, and puUed tho child to her shed he slipped and fell through a puckered face. to plce a kiss on bis hair. small window. Tho seat of his trous-! "I know who you Is now, little mas- "And are you going to bo glad to ers caught on a larzo nnii nn.i , h,.r,n. ter," ho said Anally. "I 'sped I better have me there?" sho asked eagerly. not teU you 'bout myse'f, ontwel yo' , jUne caught his breath; tho hidy- .pa has do chanct to 'splaln what laughter was so much moro delightful what gwlne happen." ' umn anything he c mid havo Imagined. He looked thoughtfully down at the ' ' "She's coming to live with us al- .rm.nr rvtan on tho OlirhntnnO It LI. JAl- ... 1. nAn.ln tho nnfAHA,. .. ijvuue, "" "-- ----. wyB, m muim iiuw iu, diuuiuus uuiunuumo uitm was uiscovorea, "la yo' pa ever name do lady whal down to Join in their half-whispered almost dead from exposure and ex- i live in Rlchmun. an' ls come to visit conversation. "She's going to h hausUon- I there Efforts to relensn hlmnnlf wot-o unsuccessful. HardlnsB wifo and son, who had been visiting relatives, returned tho following morning. 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