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An Old Man's
By FRANK FILSON
(Copyrit. I1 by W. (. Chapman.) I
Phillips' theory was that it was
better to be king of a village than the
second ruler of New York. No less
an authority than Julius Caesar had
said that before him, in a slightly dif
ferent shape; but Caesar didn't have
to prove it, and Phillips did.
He spent his vacation in a little vil
lage In the Catskills, where the girls
from the department stores went. It
was a quiet sort of place, and the
quieter sort of girls went there. Phil
lips's vacation unfortunately lasted a
With a succession of young wom
en coming and going, Phillips, being a
gentleman in appearance and having
plenty of money, was in his element
He flirted with all and each. indiscrim
inately. Naturally, he created a good
deal of enmity at the little hotel. Any- I
one can do that, but Phillips thought
be was a lady-killer.
I used to watch him from the porch
and I wished I were thirty years
younger. I should have enjoyed noth
ing better than to take the young
blackguard by the collar and trounce
him soundly. Of course people set out
to enjoy themselves, but Phillips had
planned it all out before. Besides, the
man was outrageous with his dude
elothe and his generally ofensive air.
But it was none of my business, and
I1 watched the afairs with three or
four of the girls to whomn Phillips c
swore eternal devotion until it came
Ito Dorothy Raines. That set my back
Dorothy was the niece of the hotel- t
keeper, and in the summer she helped
i t the hote the winter, I believe, 1
hbe taught in the local schooL I had s
aoae there several successive sum- ,
mers, and I knew she was engaged to
the finest of the young fellows of
Philllips Thought He Wasu a Lady- a
Killer. " b
ithe town-Ned Walker. In fact she
Ahd conided to me that they meant to w
oe marrled that atll. d
When Phillips r otted her I had to tl
dattat t hs taste was sood. Dos ,
Ithy would have ben • belle it she
:hd been tgnted up tastead of werI
- her imople waist and skirt of vfl
lini makhe But Dorothy was a sweet ,
itre and the thosht of Phillips *
-th her hert from Ned and then fa
ad complaesntly way was too meean
O1 eoure tha trl eoulda't rest the
S dmit tn of tha e ciwa gao. Do a
ethy wasaut herlend oeoulh to be
gle f dhtenrsi l thw e t old rom the
Ilag term. B Ned htdnt the aIrs sed
greaew d that mhau Phillips. Dny by
dy watche th e pcourl s or the
opnrt adtia Ned oteed it too. One
;eveala there was a quarrel, and pree
etly want eap e round en orou t of
lith perh, and her h es were re d, as
it she had been rilis. I saw Ned
sleech moodily away, sad a few atn
dayt later the rl ard Philllps were
itatlo.l Nedh ti Ih t oer tod on
Ned was u old ri qre ol' ane, ad
the nart day I had few worde rd a
"Ne." I sai. t you hd been out
est thirt I weoldnt waste muee sym
pathy ou pe But that bhlackeard is
sly oucMad hilmel, That's hs few
ie wlatrs to break her heart and te
bak to the city. I've watched him
t it on some of the other Silrs hoere
N be n malo an
"Id like to thrash the afellowl" aid
INed. dou i, Is str.
"W don't f oul" I asked, looktu l
pat his haky bull t would do him
goo/ d And it wcold how Miss Dohi
edth wo's the better mabn"
"1 l't thrash t fellow for taidk
t hirl away," said Ned "It's up to h
'm to keep her." h
"That's true" I answered, "but
thrash him for beins a blrack4ard. k
Thrash him a general prinecples, a
"What's that?" asked Ned; and I
,tred to eaphlato. I painted Phllips'
charate a It appeared to me "Are
yc ong to let Miss Dorothy's heart ft
get brokent" I tqnlired. "Of oorse
you'll win her back afterward. But a
to the guam worth the candle, looklg n
at It from the wesarn' viewpoint?" Ir
"No, sir," said Ned, and I knew that 1P
he had mado up his mind. I
I saw the two together most of the i
day, sad I wedered when Ned would
-bel- hiS noup He cbose the best
Si the greuade, and I suppose I w
hm li t~ En Mem; bet I w t
i· ,-u 'emm 5.5. an d m
he said, but I heard Phillips' snort
of contempt. .
"Can you fight?" Ned demanded
"I can whip a dozen like you," Phil
"Then I'm going to thrash you on
general principles," said Ned, and I
could hardly kegp from clapping my
hands and crying "bravo!"
Miss Dorothy had hardly recovered
from her surprise when the two were
at it, hammer and tongs.
I had not expected Phillips to put
up much of a fight, but it was a case
of Ned doing his best to stop Phil
lipps' rushes. After the first minute
Phillips knocked Ned down, and. when
be he got up Phillips let him have it
again. Ned didn't get home more
than once, and in the end Ned was
stretched out upon the ground. half
unconscious. It had been Phillips
Ve from beginning to end, and he han
dled his fists in a very creditable way.
l I suppose it was fear of the public
ity. but all the while the girl stood
It there like a statue, and never moved
or spoke. Nobody saw me, and I felt
pretty badly to see how my plot had
miscarried. Because my idea had
been to show the girl what a coward
m- Phillips was, and, instead, it was Ned
a who got the thrashing.
ng "Had enough?" sneered Phillips.
standing over Ned. Ned groaned; he
m- couldn't raise himself from the ground.
od "If this brute has had his lesson,
y- let us continue our walk. Miss
h Raines," suggested Phillips.
And suddenly the girl turned on
him with fashing eyes.
IT "You brute!" she cried. "How dare
th- you! How dare you fight a man weak
o er than yourself! Go away at once!
ce Do you hear me?" She stamped her
at foot like a fury. N
ad The next moment she was kneeling
he at Ned's side, calling him all the en
de dearing terms in her vocabulary. Her
Ir. arms were round him, and with her
ld skirt she began sponging away the B
or blood that covered his face. "Forgive
a me, Ned," she was sobbing.
n I went away then, because I real
ck Ised that I had no business there.
But it seems strange to me; I had
el- thought a woman loved strength in a au
d man, but if Ned had beaten Phillips U
'r, he would have lost her forever. It 71
sd sort of upset my ideas-and at my t
m age one doesn't like that.
to Phillips departed the next morning N
of by early train, and I imagine he won't
show his face up this way in a hurry
again. Dorothy and Ned are to be 5,
married in October-and I've been 1
asked to stay on and be best man. m
It's curious; I should think Ned would ri
never want to see me again after hi
that beating. But I suppose he con
siders all roads good ones that lead to d
Making a Life Mask.
A well-known New Yorker entertain- w
ing some friends at dinner showed
them his life mask. then told them
with feeling how the mask had been
made "They put me in a chair," he "
said. "tied a towel around my head.
plugged my ears with greased wool u
and stuck a quill in each nostriL Shut n
your eyes,' said the workman, drawing
near with a ladle and a large steaming
tureen of pink plaster of paris of the
I consistency of thick soup; and he e
slapped the stuff on my face in great w
ladlefuls. I could feel it running down
my collar and over my chest just as
soup would have done. I motioned
with my hands wildly. The man le
laughed. "'hat's all right, boss,' he M
y. said, and kept slapping the hot, horri
ble, slimy stuff upon me. He stopped U
when my face was incased in a half
'» inch coat of plaster. He told me It
would harden in a few minutes. It
did, but the minutes were awful. As re
to the plaster dried it seemed to shrink, N
" shrinking my skin with it' And the a
e heat of the thing! And the di"alealty
t i breathing through the quills stuck
II in my nostrils! Then very careafully,
t very slowly he drew the hardened cast
**from my face. I gripped the chair
Sarms and shrieked."
Generally speakingL thrift is not
born with us, nor It is thrust upon us;
a it is, in the great majority of ases,
a matter of delicate and intentional
acquirement by means of a self-im
posed obligation with a definite par
a poe in view. And withal, to reac
Sthe maximum of effective accomplish
ment there must be a penalty which
gently, but firmly and constantly, in
sists upon the regular observance of
all those factors which contribute to
the altimate success. That is, in get
ting Into debt one realies the sene of
obligation, pride is at stake, and cer
tain selfdenoals are made to effect a
saving and meet the payments as at
ranged. The result is a distinct pgain,
if the debt was properly incurred.
Hi nts on Longevity.
The other day an eightyoae-yeas
old man said that since he stopped
Staking baths, which was some years
Sback, his health had been better. An. &
other Santa Claus of the same age be
id attributed his wonderful physical o , s
dtitom to Turkish baths. "I eat every.
Sthing from mnlace pie to fried salt
m pork," he said. "rye drunk rum and
whiskey when I felt like it. I've
smoked and chewed tobacc And I
want to tell you that there's nothing
better for the nserves and general
health than chewinag tobacco. Fm as
sound uas a dollar and uas spry as a by
kitten." Isn't this enough to harrow B
n up the sul and fruse the blood ofa dr
modern expert on "right Ivlngr" hi
I. Water Cars In Milan. to
n The streets of Milan are watered
Sfrom the electric tram cars. On theoe ha
Swatering cars reservoirs have been he
at adapted to the platforms and these a
_ reservolir are emptiled as the eaur
runs, by means of perforated tubes
t placed fan shape at the front and
back of the car.-Plttsbursh Chron
-it Cirumstaunes Alter Cases.
k- Doctor (somewhat deaf)-Did yor
I wife take all the medleltoe I left herT
Saewnig-Tes; and he' dead. t
t- Doctor-She's in bed, sht Thea I'
Smaske a ebsang in the Iastge r
I Dian'-*, sh$ h4 i lg i
i T make se a A.
LUBLIN CASTLE AND FORTRESS
Lublin was considered one of the chief gateways to Warsaw. and its
capture by the Germans was necessary to the taking of the Polish capital.
The photograph shows the famous castle and part of the fortress of Lublln.
BOOKS BY MILLION
Nation Has 18,000 Libraries
c With 75,000,000 Volumes.
* Bureau of Education of the Federal 1
s Government Compiles Some Inter
esting Statistics on the Subject
a Wahington.-There are 18,000 reg- I
u larly established libraries in the
* United States, containing more than I
t 75,000,000 volumes, according to sta.
Stistlcs Just compiled by the United
States bureau of education. The num
ber of volumes is an Increase of 20,. 1
t 000.000 since 1908.
Of the 2,849 libraries containing 1
S5,000 volmes or over, 1,844 are cassi- 1
led as "public and society libraries"
and 1,006 are school and college libra
Sriea. Public and society libraries
r have an aggregate of over 50,000,000 1
volumes, with 7,000,000 borrowers' I
cards in force; 1,446 of these libraries
were entirely free to the public.
LUbrares reporting from 1.000 to
5,000 volumes numbered 5,453, of 1
which 2,188 were public and society
libraries and 3,265 school librarle.
These libraries contained 11,689.942
volumes. Another group of still
smaller libraries, comprising those
that reported from 300 to 1,000 vol
umes, increased the total by 2,961,007 1
The distribution of library facilities
is still uneven. 'Of the 1,844 public
and society libraries reported for the
entire United States, more than half
were in the North Atlantic states, and
they contained 24.627,921 volumes out
of the total of 50,000,000; and of the
S,000,000 volumes added to library col
lections for the year 1913 almost one. I
half were for the same section.
New York state had 7,842,621 vol t
umes In her 214 libraries; Massachu- I
setts, 7,380,024 in 288 libraries; Penn- I
t sylvania, ,728,070. and Illinois $.138, I
t 75 volumes. Pour-fifths of the bor- I
rowers' cards in use were in the c
North Atlantic and North Central I
IS POPULAR AT NEWPORT
Mine. Bakhmetieff, wife of the Rue a
sian ambassador to Washington, has a
been active as a hostess at Newport
during the latter part of the summer.
MAN HAS QUEER AFFUCTION '
Can Talk to Animals, But Is Unable to
Speak to Friends Except at
Crane, Mo-Physicians are pesled
I by an ailment which strikes W. H.
Hilton dumb when he attempts to ad- h
I dres persona near him, but permits I
him to speak platly when addnresUlng a
persons at a distance or when talklng
Hilton is a tfrmer near here ad p
has safered with the arction since g
he had the whbooping cough two years
ago. He is sixtylve years old.
NEW COIFFURE IN KANSAS!
Moequitoees Repensible for Bringing I
New Fashion in Hair Dreeslng t
Into Vogue. h
Manettan Ka.-You never m i
tsl whwe t1 styles st a utaLrt aI
Hatr mep ad siare all the 4
rage l Knsas this er, ht nd-lu
Sthr i ter ees st ars m
RUM AS A BUTTERFLY LURE
California Woman Finds Good Profit
in Running a Bar for Moths
Los Angeles.-Mrs. C. 8. Elgin of
San Benito county, who is visiting in
Sawtella with friends, has given her
acquaintances an impetus to Join the
butterfly catching brigade as an occu
pation that yields a harvest of gold
for th~ little time devoted to it.
She says that while wandering on
a hillside nqar her home one morning
she succeeded in capturing 20 perfect
specimens of the Pergabus 8wallow
tail and received $7 each for the tfe
males and $4 for the males. The ex
cursion proved so profitable that she
has gone into the business and is now
breeding butterflies, moths and millers
of the rare varieties much sought to
be added to the collections of col
leges and millionaires who are riding
the butterfly hobby.
Before capturing enough females
and eggs to establish her breeding
pen Mrs. Elgin discarded the old-time
method of catching the elusive winged
beauties by means of the net and at
the end of a long stick. She says her
method was to attract them at night
by means of lights and sweetened
balt. The nectar used was a combinae
tion of stale beer, rum and molasses.
One taste of the tempting decoction
calls for more. Soon the butterflies are
in such a state of intoxication that
it is no trick to effect their capture
by flicking them into cyanide bot
HISTORIC GUM TREE GONE
Venerable Foret Klig Is Torn Up
When Cars Get Away From
Florence, 8. C.-The Atlantic Coast
line recently constructed a commer
clal sidetrack on South Barringer, be
tween East Evans and Cheeves street
for the Peae-Dee brick works to use in
receiving bricks from their yards. The
track switches of from the Evans
street crossing and is quite a down
chute for about 800 yards and ran di
rectly up against a large sweet gum
tree, which was loft there for what is
known in railroad parlance as a "but
A few days ago a switcher attempt
ed to place four cars of brick "down
in the pit," and as the engine was too
light to hold them back they struck
the tree such a hard blow that It ley
eled it to the ground as easily as If
it had been pulled over with block and
tackle. The tree had been standing
there for 40 years or more.
HER NAME WAS ON OVERALLS
Woman Wine Candy Man for Husband
In Unusual Romanoe In
Clinton, Ind.-A romance, treed to
an overall pocket, has been revealed
in the marriage here of R. Lee Fitts,
a caramel cutter of Bloomingtoe Ill.,
and Miss Mabel Richards, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Richards of
Miss Richards is one of 130 Clinton
gIrls empl~red in the Lewin overall
factory of Clintona She tucked her
name and address into the pocket ci
a pair of overalls made last winter.
The candy man, then working in Au
roras, Ill., pulled the sitp of paer oat
of a pocket of a newly bought pair of
SMALLEST KNIFE IN WORLD
Pennsylvania Jeweler Manufactures
One That Weighs Only One
third of a Grn.
Altoonr. Pa.-What is perhaps the
smallest penkntife in the world h
Just been completed by Mi. A. aruf
men, employed in a Jeweiry store
hera It measures 5-3 of an Inch in
length, with a blade less thaa 2-1 of
an inch leog and weighs a third of a
grapln. The handle is of solid gold.
while the blade and spring are of tem
pered steeL The kiftp is kept in $
glas bottle to pmrevent losirg t. The
workmanship mnt be en thrOgh a
intention of competips with Paris8 that
seat the "skeeters" buttitn into the
ftshion gma Having nothing much
to eat. they began to Ill *i on the
hired help in the wheat flels. The
"hands" took so mwe time to slam
"s-neem" that the harvet laad.
snase bed to 4i -eth --ead it
di. It stated then O u leo h i
maL averstbedy let t hair tw,
amr so hier te dem a nmrky mo
<-ate eaMdt gt supe..
BOY IS A WONDER
California Prodigy Amazes Wise
At the Age o aEight, Youth Has
Knowledge of Stars, Chemistry,
History, Geology and Other
San Francisco.-With no schooling
except nature and books, supplement
ed by the help of his parents, eight
year-old Richard Carey has left his
father's isolated farm In the rugged
slopes back of Santa Rosa and come
to San Francisco, an astronomer. chem
ist, historian, geologist and botanist
The lad's extraordinary versatility,
clearness of understanding, retentive
memory and conception of serious
subjects is amazing Dr. Frederick
Burke, principal of the San Francisco
Normal school, where he is receiving
special instruction during the sum
mer months. He was brought here by
his mother, Mrs. Brook Carey, to beneh
fit by the summer course.
Until little Richard enrolled at the
Normal school two days ago he had
s never attended school. His extraor
L. dinary education is the result of ap
n. plication on subjects which he fancied
and the assistance of his parents
teaching him how to study from na
tE ture and books.
At the age of five he collected 204
ft railroad time tables and studied them
until he knew every route and every
At six he classifed all the kings in
of the world's history, including those of
in the ancient empires and the Manchu
he Has studied astronomy until he can
;. name the planets of the first magna
Id tude, the principal bonstellations, Io
cate with a telescope ill stars of im
m portance and calculate when comets
ag will return.
ot Studied chemistry, knows chemical
w- symbols and understands many im
ie. portant chemical actions.
M- Learned the names of all trees,
he shrubs and fowers and calls them by
rw their Latin appellations.
rs Studied geology and can describe
to and distinguish rock formations.
il- Has studied botany and now is try.
ag ing to cross hollyhocks to produeo
a CHUM OF WILSON'S COUSIN
Mrl Norman Gat, who hs ben the
est at Harlaende House o the
Srow Bones has long been Idetted I
with Washlanrton. Herhusbsand was a I
I member of a ajewelry irm estabishd i
ison Peaasylvania avenue when Jefter
son was president, and sae his death
Stin 1908 she has lived with her mother,
Mrs. Bolinl, in the (alt residence on
Mrs. Galto before her mrle in
- 18gu, wau MHr edith BouisUe the
-dsahter n Jodui W. H. BollM l atI
Thr roeads of the preeldentialf
Sho-ehold ]ue meo or less la the a,
tin l eye, ad g o Her. usban who has
mebryr ohaaned oiewae pbirm ty, bab
some into sndden prominnce ha one t
of the few famllar w ets at the
The pictnre show MGa Oasit with
Presldent Wllea at a bll game l
S wsnsteeo .
BIGGEST LOAD OF WHEAT
Kanes Man Brings itrS Poetad of
S Grain to Markmt ma One
L. Hutchln5 , esa.--W, Mt J. B.
SBker, friedst of the Hrtealuena
Shboard ol tradem deoir l the agest
load o whet aer hausled to mMrket
taImn ias ud on psra1mie nOc was m
Scefrd by the Rocf k eM ad gu e vattr
r ompay recatly.
SThe loaud ma wslMhrd by tGt Bwk
e opuaOy' eeO atd opped eth n
Kat 1ea pounds, or mi re tPua nds
atos of whet. TLhre r ea tle
G ain4 to MaL, t poa n a
D ud Oag oi n l,
Lo, Aa-els CaL--IMe Muek
SeHeapcd death wan als -h pla
plased 100 p esiet to th tba Venta
bease he was barled oeekdeep s a
slamy bog in the middle o the bttio
f le. The way ta which hs aselao
fell woald hatve daued lm to arktaet
Sdeth it e had not laded bn the mrd.
SThe plae s aL tosdl tredt eepb ba
a te motor.
u Cty Pays for Her eoum
SOratd Rapiods, Mi.--Mre. Asudlrw
*- t rs has receivedt $10 rre the ettt
lag Orand Raidhs for damage to er
wha d tr whie croi s the stre whe
aI thoe o ws spatterod wt1 mas
Her oriAnal claln was for $1l.
SIrsp edr dem ad the hingri men
uattoee who startead the 8atBrVed
bA esrs' hrle wa brtls bhck.
I Killed Twhlve Pdae L nk sta.
a Cadey,,Wis.--Te OmlMk RaS
L wa seton rew he.r whdeo weagLe
it de tahhe o t* eeeln , deedint mni
e Thve plae ast ,ec, emept o m
nr to m re fotr t . e C w* ~ S .
Naurt h0aes were frm thne tet
Smhe tho egws sp·att ee- ihtmdt
lOau toen we sttd e Suthlan
L a scio re erwhl ur
it nerteSo iecrslg ssee
:R UI CALOM EL MKES OO S1Ck
S CLEANII IIE RAND 10WELSMTW T
Just Onoel Try "Dodson's Liver Tone" When Bious, Con04
Spated, Headaohy-Don't Lose a Day's Work.
Liven up youar sluggish liver! el
Sf and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of am
bition. But take no nasty, danger
o-s calomel, because it makes you
sick and you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quieksilver,
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking It up. That's
when you feel that awful nause and
Uiste to me! If you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer
sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money.
Hint for camping and fishing par
ties. Many of you have encountered
the annoying experience of finding
yourselves miles from a store and all
the matches in your posseselon so
damp that they could not be used.
A fact worth knowing is that matches
can be made waterproof without in
Jury by dipping them in very hot
melted parain, allow them to cool
and they are ready for use. The par
amn does not interfere with their qse
In the regular way and they are ab
solutely protected from dampness.
IS NOW CURED
Nllhbore AILa.-4. W. Turner, of this
pla, says: "I ought to have written
noe two weeks ago, but faild to do so.
i got well and ths forgot to write os.,
I an get about like a 10-year-old boy;
rou ought to e me run around sad tend
o my farm. I can go l ay d it lir I
med to. I am so thanltal to knew ther
s such a good remedy to aea people of
There is no lager any daoubt that peal
gras an be card. Don't delay until
it is too late. It is your duty to ospt
the resourceful Busha.
The qaptem-hand ared lihe embser
ibis peeling Od, sore mouth, the lips,
throat and tongue a laming red, with
wuch moos and choking; inaigsmties and
asema, either diarrhoea or constipation.
There is hope; get Baugha's big lee
book ea Prdmra sad hars about the
remedy or Pellagra that has at hat been
laund. Address American Comptundi
Co, box 2017. Japer, Ala., remembriag
mousy is refunded in say as where the
remed, fails to eor. -Adv.
Sea Slede for Coast Defense.
Sea sleds are the latest craft to be
considered by the United States navy
fbr coast defense work. The navy is
experimenting with a half-motor boat,
half-hydroaeroplane, which neither
les over the water nor cuts through
It, but skips along Its surface. A 24
loot boat of this type has made $6%
miles an hour at a navy teet. It is
hoped to obtain a boat that will carry
men at 5l or 40 miles an hour. It is
mid 200 of such craft could be built
it the cot of a single scout cruiser
md would be much more effective.
A Pitched Battle.
"raom the viewpoint of a lannocent
bystander," plooplel remarked
he old codger, "1 believe that the
teenest competition I know of oocurs
rhen two chronic dyspeptics get to
tether and compare their symptoms."
Red - Creas BeD Us made in Ammris,
herelre the beet, the hosewils,
Lu sgo*d eeu Av
At Cambridge unrayrulty 200 out
f swe undergraduates have `a or
ire going to the war.
back guarantee that each speofl
will clean your slIlh Ulver better
than a doe of asty eaomel and that
it won't make yo sick.
Dodson's IJver Toe is real Uliver
medicine. Yo'll know it nset morn
ng, because you will wake up feel
InUg fe, your liver will b working
your headache sad dissines some,
yeaour stomach will be sweet and your
Dodson's Lver Tome is eatirely
vetetable, therefore harmless ad
cannot salivate. Gire it to your chil
dren. Milions of people are usng
Dodson's Lver Taoe Inastead of dau
geros calomel now. Your druggist
will tell you that the sarole of salomel
is almost stopped tirely here
AUTO HORN JERICHO TRUMPET
Does Not Make Any Walls Fall But
81gnals Smashing f Speed
"Tnhislady has a Jericho hoarn a
Patrolman Helmuth made this ac
cusation to Recorder Gaskill agatst
Mrs. E. B. Frost of Philadelphia, pus
ng th e summer at 110 South Dorset
avenue, Chelsea. Students of the Old
Testament will remember that when
Joshus and his bhosts blew the them
auto siren the wallp of Jeribho fell.
Mrs. Frost denied ldigmastly that
she broke any walls, evem that she
broke the antispeed law, although A
math charged that 40 miles an heur
is a lame gait when Mrs. hrast drives.
"Five dollars Ine," said Recorder
Gaskill geatly. "A warning, this Ave.
Try to add to the €atys quietude by
maullg that Jericho horn, I beg at
you. madam."-New York Word.
NO DOUBT THAT RESINOL
DOES STOP ITCHINS
It is a fact that the moment reiol
ointment touches Itching skls, the
tching stops and healing begns. With
the aid of reinol soap, It almst a
ways cleas away all trace of cers,
summer rashes, pimples, or smilar se
meting, unsightly eruptieo quekey.
learving the skin cler and helth.
And the best of it l yoes eed never
hesitate to use resmon soap o and et
aol olatameat Renol Is a deeters
prescriptism which shr twety years
has been sd by easurful hyselsms
for many kina s of skim aeal
They know that its soothing, bemng
action is brought about by mesulthe
s, and and etl as to be ar. to
the most deleate or irriated skim.
Reasol onlatment and reimat sap a
sold by all drullsts.-adv.
Magistrate-Why shol you wet be
deavily fined for blecklig this ma's
Defeadeat - I beg to enmitd yea
onor I was performing mast so
usled by the law.
Magistrate - What do you msan,
Defendant-I was mly dimlig bWe
"I hear Jim is goia to ergamlo
a aeroplane eaterprise."
"He oughat to find It an easy matter
to keep its stock meating."
Whoe it is.
"Pa, is marriane a abaar
"Usuallymy boy, If a ma martries
lor sney."-Datrolt Fhee Press.
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