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to avmll yoursf of our facilitee. Our bueiness Is
onducted along limn that assure strength and w
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careful regard for their special needs.
We Invite your bwiness.
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The great artist who paints n plctu
which compels the admiration of the
world does not dio so with one sweep
of the brush in one momint of Inspira
tion. The great masterpiece Is the
product of thousands of s:rokes of the
brush, of Infinitesimal bits of pigment
put on the canvas layer after layer,
each done with consummate art. Every
tiny bit of paint, every swift stroke
does its tiny part toward what becomes
at last a marvel of ages. So must we
work, stroke by stroke, a bit here and
a bit there, until our masterpiece has
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caue* we pay the highest prices
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417 ELMIRA AVENUE
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Ill~qt il~l lal
i ifa,,ll l~llillll wt
P d He Hadn't a Bill.
Smith was returning from the omce
one afternoon to do a little planting
turn in his war garden when his little
five-year-old daughter ran down the
walk to meet him.
"Oh, papa," she exclaimed, seizing
his hand, "a man was just here to
see you, but he couldn't wait "
"Is that so?" smiled the fond father.
"Did he have a bill?"
"Oh, no, papa." answered the litl
tle girl. "He Just had a plain nose."
It Didn't Work.
Little Ethel had put her stocking on
wrong side out. "Now you must make
a wish and it will come true," said her
Some time later she came to her i
mother, "There's nothing to it,
"Nothing to what?" 4
"Why, you said to make a wish after 1
I had put my stocking on wrong side
out. I wished I hadn't done it. But
I can't see any difference yet."
"What were those lady jurors whi- I1
paring about?" asked the judge some
what peevishly of the court bailiff.
"But they were. What was it?" a
"Well, your honor, they were corn
aenting on the hang of your gown."
Effort That Avnaled. I
"So at last you have made literature t
- profitable." R
"Yes," replied Mr. Penwiggle. "I
never sold many compositions. But I
kept plugging away copying my own a
stuff till now I can command first- f
rate compensation as a typist." t
The Meorning After.
Wife-Do youa think It good tat e
for you to stay out to the hour fe I i
aid last night? a
Hub-If you refer, my dear, to this
dark brown taste In my mouth, I coe
Ius that it's anything but good. U
The ProteesonBaonaior easemeUd
is a good thte a
The Poltleta--Not always; but tie
na who run Is a g.ood thla
e Poiti amnpNo . a
"W' ies." the enw assaM grmasg to
After the mannr of such. wil
La Newpop his poor Iea laisg,
Cs "Oh*, this Is two too mearL
"So Jones' riches took to thuslvs
"Ye; he hbacked two or three a
lky theatreal aenterprises."
"Ohi, so. wTh e e thete
Only One Wa~.
Doetee-Tao mst be earetul and t
-ower the r ghtwIaaet ttakig
amp fitetrI .
He-Di know ae , m /b Use
ulonwe atao r5* s eapt
efm-t i act hs w ta e ehem , i
it is only a little trouble to orda
your coal now.
The canoe has opened its casualty
list for the seasom.
But that change in styles is not re
troactive. There's last year's clothes,
There are even more American vi
Itot' In Europe in time of war than
In time of peace.
Those "bomb proof" Jobs do not
seem. however, to be draft proof, e
pecially In the navy.
Without exaggeration, our American
boys over there have been fighting like
a bunch of wildcats.
Neither will anyone object to the
substitution of chicken for beef In
those harvest dinners.
The clover crop Is coming on fine, so
C we shan't have to suffer from any do.
mg verless days this winter.
he Some enemies plot to wreck troop
trains, others merely conspire to get
1g rich of government contracts.
It Is too hot to do anything but lay
r" In that winter fueL You are crazy
with the heat if you don't do it.
We should worry about those three
meatless days a week I Just look at the
beans we've got coming in the garden I
re We care not how often mother has
i her day, but in justice to all concerned
let's see to it that father gets his
Burlap famine threatens and pries
of leather has advanced. Horrors?
'r What will we wrap our feet in next
The government's meat program in
liberal enough, but not all of us likhe
our meat served as the government
In the reorgan ation of the ra.'
reads In the interests of conservatio
and economy, will the baggage mash.
A pro-esar movement Is growlnlg in
Russia, and it could not be any worse
than some other movements that have
pown there recently.
Some enterprisin business man
a could get a phenomenal amount of
free publidty by selling something at
the same old price.
One of the German submarines
haseud a steamer pretty dose to Sandy
Hook, but not dose enough to absorb
any ideas of liberty.
If the new meatless days break up
the monotony of "bacon and" at many
a boarding house breakfast some good
will have been accomplished.
We have 148,888 men in our aviatlea
service, it is reported, whieh is another
reason why Germany is so anxious to
end the war before we get well under
Less material will be put into men's
dothes this year. Any warm weather
suferer should be willing to start byi
•dispensin with collars, rusb ad s
Nope, you're wrong. A keynote
speech isn't for the purpose of
throwing the con into the convention,
but of putting the thews into the e-
If Nicholas were either a warrior or
*- poiltidan he would be strongly
tempted to show the sorrowstricken
Russaa people that an exiar can
Baseball is becoming popular In Eng
land. The British may play thegame,
but it will take time to acquire the
teeall vocabulary of an argument
with the umplir.
The kaisher has approved the sele
tlio of Prince George of Saxorny as
Sof Lithouania, and whether tbe
Lithmnlans approve or not is of ao
otam e whatever.
The demnad for sliyeeria to make
epl_ ves Is said to menace a sbort
age of sop. There maybeJ schoolboys
who. eyes will bhne at this report,~
It not their mornin faces.
he met compilmentary thing that
bees said about the German-Amen
- - Nlm, wi, thaltar.
It iend that 208000 wee wemen
ae studyin steangraphy in the UntO .
- Statel. The must think that It ta
to tk Gemeu eIas
First Detective-Is that newly ap
s! pointed detective a keen observer?
tSecond Detective-Yes; he knows
Vt WISE COOK
been h red tee bida w
New Cook-w on't you give me a
Lady of the House-But you've only
to give me ens when I'm leaving,
Walter-What ou it. sir?
Guest (opening egg)-When I asked
you for a four-minte egg I meant one
that had been boiled in water that
long, and not one that lacked tow
minutes of hatching.
Visito-'What does yuar mother do
Pii r. Thoug
I was telling you about. It e
made me think.
A Ge.. idea.
DobsM landlord ordered me -
becasue I eaat pay my eat.
Hob b--CedI met yoeu bo hem mimae
chance tceartnu s
1- I'reparti0 of
IlraItdl and rM
A nutrit~iit tonic In y a
Typhoil Fevers, and lIt
"'hen solid food cannot be
Iletail St1.4m) per
Sale at All lUtz3kMl
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