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Two Courses Open.
It is safe to predict that the Demo
trats on the stump during the present
campaign will criticise the course of
the administration with reference to
the Philippines, but will offer no posi
tive line of conduct regarding the
same. There are but two courses open:
either to pacify, hold, govern, educate
and develop; or to abandon. withdraw
and allow anarchy to run riot until, in E
the interests of humanity, some other w
Power steps in and takes up the task e'
we are advised to perform. The first hi
course is Republican, the other must P
be called Democratic. t
"What ails Mrs Miprs?" "She ays she ill
spent the whole afternoon makino that oake
and the family gobbled It up in ufttie mln
Two Conals Bladlag Atlantlo. t
It is asserted that the future will see two
canals binding the Atlantic to the Pacifice
ocean. The value of such connection can
not be too highly estimated. It will bring cl
added prosperity to the nation, as surely as s
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters brlings health to
the dyspeptic. It you eaanot get rid of
your indigestion, coasttpation, dyspepsia or
billousness try the Ditaers, and never accept
an'hing In piles of it f you wish to got
As long asa man is of a forgiving disposi
tion a worema doesn't care whether he pays
his debtae? not.
Pl·eo Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
as a cough cure.-J. W. O'Baras, 8M Third
Ave., N.,Mlu neapolls. Minn., Jan, 6, 1900.
"Shouldn't you think Tom Dlgby would
despise himself for being so lazy" "No, a
maa as lay as he is, of course, is too lazy to
inn minutes is all thesttse required to
dye Piaaz Fanaas Dras. Sold by
Remember that every trial we bear, how.
ever bhard and cruel it may seem, is s4at to
teaches some needful lesson it we will only
have the sense and patisenoete lear
The best ses ee CsrOhmis
sad lever to a bote GaO 's Tasrmau
ConI. Tesom. It tI ttply ire and qutatno ti
a asseUlees o a nare--e pay. ries b s.
"How old are your three children, Jerked '
Well. thlfwe all big enough to ran to the
corner aS buy soda water.
SlOee weawd. stoo.
'The readers of this paper will be pleased to
tearn that there i at least one dreaded dile
vase that solese has been able to carse la 11
its steagee. nd that is Catarrh. Hall' tltarrh
Cure is the ably posirve cure pew mnown to
the edial fratrnity. Car ng a con
smttilosal di ree a constitutional
trmeatmnt Hall's L Cure totaken inter
lly, acting drecty upon the blood and mu.
roe surfaces of the system treby destroy.
tag the foundton of the dlsear and giving
the patient strength by buildlng up the c.n
ntittloc and aesit! nagtare d4s4 1git
work. The proprietor s hvo p in
its curative powers that they et One Hun.
dyrd, Dollr for ay oas that Itfails to cure.
Seat for list of s eifst . Address
Ir. J. Caunr & Co., Toledo, O.
Uoid byD ruu 8te.3.
Hall's, 7Lly Plle are the best
'"What a lovely fan Claral" "fsn't it I
sweet? I bought it for Julia on her birthday
and I liked it so well that I kept it myself."
To Oase a OCeu to One Day.
Tvae LaaiYvm Banueo umma TasLus. Afl
dr4issN refmad the money if it falls o care.
a W. GstsQT i aaature Is oa each box. min 1
"I ea't gtea eow to se a our new play,
*Cloverte Fasm.'" "That's too bad. Can't I
.-. a w!nh oondea sod milk?'
& Coloanel d the Brltish South Afriea
ay rays thal Adams' Tuatl arutt was
lessing to his while marching. I
A greter ue should be set on having re- t
eelvet l utive and useful lessons than on
... - great store of wealth' for the lat
nc a itory good, the former is durable.
"FITS essasmtly Flats or et youfeI
Old ae Is thrust upon many men and wo
me, perhaps out of mistaken love and kind
ness, otte out of a species of ntolerance.
Mrs. A. 0. Russell, Neshville, Tena. wrote:
Dr. Molett's TsarmwA (Teething Powders)
is the greatest blessing to teething children
that the world has ever known.
"What makes Rebeca look so embarrass.
edr' "Don't you seeP' She doesn't wear
men's hate and collars any more.
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup forchildren
teetblnl, softens the gams reducng inflama
tion,allays Daa. res wind colic. o a bottle
It is too bed. but girls will get diamonds In I
heaven, where there Is no chance to sash
them out so signs of an engagement
If sarsaparilla and the other
vegetable ingredients that go
into the best are good as a
medicine, then Ayer's Sarsa
parill is good. If not, we are
Your doctor will tell you
which, because he can have the
formula of Ayer's Sarsaparills
any time for the asking.
If you are tired, half sick,
half well, if one day's work
causes six days' sickness, get a
bottle of the old Sarsaparilla.
Get Ayer's, and insist on Ayer's
when you want Sarsaparilla.
J. C. AYER COMPANY,
Precdd Chemists, Lowell, Ma.
Ayer'. Sapsurill Ayer's Hair Vigor
Ayer Pill I Ayer's Cherry Pectral
Ai 's Ague Cue Ayer's Ciomatoe
Worn * s m et ees
Tem ,T -p .
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THE PIILIPPIIfES IN WAll AUI I PRAUB,
Luzon Method of Salt Maklnq.
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John T. McCutcheon, Philippine cor
respondent of the Chicago Record,
writes as follows: It is very difficult,
even here in Manila, to get a Compt~
henslve Idea of "the situatiSl in the
Philippines." The most we know is
that our troops are scattered over
every province in Luzon, as well as
in the chief cities of the other islands,
and that in Luzon alone there are
216 separate garrisons holding cities
and villages and strategic points in
the twenty-seven provinces of the isl
The Filipino method of warfare has
changed from their old, defiant meth
ods to a new and more insdlious one,
'rENS AND SOLDIEB.MADE RUTS OF THE AMEBICAN GARRISON AT BUNOAO,
BULU, OUR SOUTERNMOST POSSESSION IN THE PHILIPPINBES
that is at much if not more to be
Long before Tarlac was taken Ag
uinaldo realized that Lis troops could
not stand against ours. Even a force
numerically much stronger could be
driven at will by comparatively small
American forces. This was where dis
tipline, morale and esprit dj corps
combined to make the smaller force
vastly superior to the larger one, be
cause the latter lacked these elements.
Soon after this discovery, which he
seems to have been long in making,
he heard that the United States was
going to increase the Philippine army
to about 65,000, a force that could
annihilate him if he contested its ad
vance or will. He then issued, along
In October, a proclamation advising
many of his followers to return to
their homes, hide their rifles and await
a call at some future time. Others
of his followers were held under arms
and directed to begin a guerilla war
fare in the territory held by the Amer
icans at that time, or to be held by
them later on.
That proclamation, which was un
doubtedly forced by the vigorous cam
paign inaugurated at the time by Gen
erals MacArthur, Lawton, Wheaton
and Young, marked the end of organ
ized resistance on a large scale. It
will be remembered that Tarlac was
SPAnlS-FILIAPINO xMSTIZI oGILS.
taken without a shot, and that our
troops occupied in turn all the prov
inces of the north with fewer than a
dozen fights of any consequence. From
that time on it became a foot race
after the demoralized bands that were
leaving the Tarlac lowlands. There
was no established capital, no machin
ery of government, no grand army and
lhalf the cabinet surrendered or were
Officially the revolution was crushed.
but General Concepcion, Aguinaldo's
chief of staff, uttered a dissenting
opinion which, as since proved, was
"You think it is over, but it isn't.
You have now disrupted the army and
scattered it far and wide. You have
pome of the leaders in prison and your
troops occupy the whole north coun
try. But how many rifles have you
captured? When you've got the arms,
then and only then, will the revolution
They have a curious custom at-the
Filipino balls. All the girls sit in a
row on one side of the room and all
the men on the other. When a man
wants to dance he goes over across
the dead line, selects his girl, and, af
ter dancing, delivers her back to her
chair. He returns to his own side.
There is no chance for any flirtation.
The Filipino girls are not flirtatious.
On great occasions they always seem
to be overwhelmed with a sense of
rigid propriety. There are no soft
brown eyes coyly glancing, or little
hands gently pressing. When Miss
Filipino treads the stately national
quadrille or whirls lightly to the stir
ring measures of a quick-played waltz
she dedicates her thoughts and soul
to grace and symmetry and completely
forgets those dainty little coquetries
which every maiden is entitled by an
dent decre to use.
There was an extemporized supper.
All the girls sat at one end of the
table and all the men at the other.
All the chairs at the man end were
taken when I weat in to the feast,
and, contrary to all precedents, Iwas
; U.AO SULU ARCHIPELAGO, THE NO"T SOUTHEELY P088O1SSIO OF THE
cwnsigned to the heart of the enemy'.
On each side was a mestiza. Across
the table was a roe of dark girls who
were evidently overwhelmed by the
re dpsrture treot RR pM 0staS,
industry, and an entire village eii en
gaged in crystalizing the salt out of
the earth. The process is the exceed
ingly simple one of scraping the salt
soaked land of the low coast coun
try with a wooden harrow and allow
ing the sun to evaporate the moisture
until the ground takes on a condition
of dry powder. This almost impalpa
ble dust is scraped up in baskets and
packed into a narrow bamboo splint
woven trough, some six feet long,
plastered with clay. Water is then
poured upon the dry salt earth by
the jarful, and leaches through, pass
ing out by a small tube at the bot
tom. The clear water with salt in
SALT MAKING IN NORTHERN LUZOI.
solution is then boiled down until it
crystalizes in an iron kettle built in
the top of a clay oven, as seen in the
foreground of the picture, which is
reproduced from Harper's Weekly.
In the south, among the Tagalogs of
Cavlte province, the process varies
somewhat. Every family living on the
coast has its own salt-ponds, which,
skirted by beautiful bamboo clumps
and great mango-trees, make very plc
turesque artificial lakes. These ponds
are shallow basins, sometimes more
than an acre in extent, walled in with
a low mud dike, and provided with
an entrance sluice, through which the
tidal waters may overflow the ground
and be penned in. Over the entire
surface of these fiats are raised cir
cular beds, ten to twelve feet in diam
eter, fiat on top and a foot in height.
The salt water of the ocean is allowed
to come in till it reaches just to the
tops of these circular beds, soaking
them through and through. The sun
does the rest of the work by rapidly
evaporating the moisture from them,
and the salt appears as a white efflor
escence at tha surface, to be carefully
scraped off by the owner. In this
way they become practically self-feed
ing salt-machines of an exceedingly
novel character, though the output of
A FrLIPINO BAMBOO BAND.
salt per diem from each bed is very
The native music of the Philippine
Islanders,according to Harper's Week
ly, is rendered almost exclusively on
home-made instruments. These are
built of bamboo, the big horns having
but one note each, while the reed (at
the left in the picture) carries the air.
A Hint to Any Man.
Education is seldom the controlling
factor in success. What! Must we
belittle education after all our furore
about the value of education? By no
means. The secret of success is a
man's disposition. The man who is
willing to and able to take responsi
bilities will beat him who is unwilling
or unable. The man who has the dis
position to lift the burden of trivial
maters from his superior's consider
Bation is the man who will be looked
for when promotions are to be made.
The question is not, Have you done
your duty? but. Do you rise to greater
responsibilitles? The opportalitiea for
rising to rpeter responvbnlities Ca
OMv rews*,-The M st*et-I I
CLEAR WATER FOR SOLDIEI
A Pocket wtet Desitssd Voi bee it
below is a sketch of the Hamilton
pocket liter, ftter, the Ilame bt the
jatentbe, isa the Londoii Mal. The
Buishi Ais 'oaf whophi very man
was a specially selected -olinteer,
trained to all the hardships of Aus
trallan up-country life, was supp.lled
with 500 of these little filters.
Leading mnedcat suthgrities of Aus
tralia; wictS the l'11ih bf driiiking bad
titoct4r and the lifimculty of obtaining
goood are mnost apparent,' pronounce
this to be the best filter known to
them. Inside the flat white metal box
a 'carbon disc that has been chemically
treated is fixed. By an ingenious ar
rangement this can at any time be
removed and boiled, when it is. again
ready as a preventive of such awful
scourges among soldiers-- hterie and
As witness bf its hiiie, it may be
toted that hot a single man in the
Bushmen'b Corps is reported to have
died of disease while in South Africa.
The long tube is for insertion in the
receptacle containing the water, while
to the shorter tube may be iittatied
a flexible pip throtgh *hich the pur
ified liquid ina be drawn.
The great advantages of the Hamil
POCKET FILTER FOR SOLDIERS.
ton filter are its shape and lightness.
In aluminum the entire thing could
be made to weigh less than two ounces.
The invention, which is both dura
ble and cheap, should commend itself
to the military authorities, and all in.
terested in our soldiers.
INVENTS A SELF.ACTINC TRAP.
8. Ruckeraberg Thinks He Can Make
Rate Annihilate Themselves.
A Milwaukee avenue inventor thinks
he has solved the problem of how to
induce rats and mice to exterminate
THE BELF-ACTING BAT TRAP.
themselves and assist in the annihi
tion of those that come after themn
He is S. Ruckersburg, and his annihi
lator is a self-acting trap.
The first night the trap is in action
it is tightly closed and loaded Viti
a table d'hote dinner. The secontl
night the hearts of the hungry rodents
are made glad by the sight of an open
door at one end. As it advances the
rat's weight overbalances a sheet
Iron false floor, the door falls with
a click and his ratship is doomed. In
spection discloses but one way of es
cape - up a boxlike flue - and this he
accepts. Once again an automatle door
closes. The way leads into a large
funnel. The rat walks on until the
funnel tips and it is precipitated into
a can of water. The tipping of the
funnel raises the door to the first en
trance and things are in readiness for
the next adventurer. In four nights
113 rats were captured and disposed
of in one of the big clubhouses.-Chl.
A woman who is a victim of the
big shoe habit says that when snhe
took a trip West a few weeks ago
she wore her "comfortable," heavy
soled, rubber-heeled calfskins. In the
sleeping car she gave orders to the
porter to black them. As her berth
was the first one from the little
chicken-coop place in which the porter
attends to his odd jobs, she had no dif
ficulty in overhearing a little conver
sation that took place between him
and two of the men passengers.
"They calls 'em golf shoes, don't
they?" the porter remarked.
"I guess to," replied one of the men.
They're just strong-minded shoes. The
women are getting sensible. High
"Look lak they made out o' cowhide,"
the porter commented. "Lawd, look
at them soles; 'bout four inches thick."
"Must be a mighty big woman," put
in the other passenger. "Bet she
weighs 200 if she weighs a pound. I
never saw such shoes in my life. Think
she'd have to have derricks to lift
them up with."
But the eavesdropper fell asleep right
there. In the morning three pairs of
eyes looked curiously at her feet and
then took in a slender little 106-pound
figure. She said it was really vew:
Kaa Kay lunt E..sef..
Haman evolution is not likely to
- make Sight practicable by means of
the vertical screw. Lord Rayleitgh
I calculates that to support his own
weight a man, working at the average
power to be maintained for eight
heours a day, would require a screw
e about 300 feet in diameter, and it
r woald be necessary that this screw it
r self should have no weight and should
a be WaWbh9a Whqth qo frow 41e
bVery mother possesses information of vital value to haer
young daughter. That daughter is a precious legacy, and
the responsibility for her future is largely in the hands of the
mother. The pmysterious change that develops the thought.
less girl into the thoughtful woman should find the mother
on the watch day and night. As she cares for the physical
well-being of her daughter, so will the woman be, and her
When the young girl's thoughts become sluggish, when
she experiences headaches, dizziness, faintness, and exhibits
an abnormal disposition to sleep, pains in the back and lower
limbs, eyes dim, desire for solitude, and a dislike for the
society of other girls, when she is a mystery to herself and
friends, then the mother should go to her aid promptly. At
such a time the greatest aid to nature is Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. It prepares the young
system for the coming change, and is the surest reliance in
this hour of trial.
The following letters from Miss Good are practical proof
of Mrs. Pinkham s efficient advice to young women.
Miss Good asks Mrs. Pinkham for Help.
June 12th, 1899.
"DLEA Mas. PncKHA :-I have been very much bothered for some
time with my monthly periods being irregular. I will tell you all about
it, and put myself in your care, for I have heard so much of you. Each
month menstruation would become less and less, until it entirely stopped
for six months, and now it has stopped again. I have become very ner
vous and of a very bad color. I am a young girl and have always had to
work very hard. I would be very much pleased if
you would tell me what to do. "--Mis PassL. GooD,
Cor. 29th Avenue and Yeslar Way, Seattle, Wash.
The Happy Result.
February 10th, 1900.
" DiAn Mis. PIn aa :-I cannot praise Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound enough. It is
just simply wonderful the change your medicine
has made in me. I feel like another person. My
work is now a pleasure to me, while before using
your medicine it was a burden. To-day I am a
healthy and happy girl. I think if more women
would use your Vegetable Compound there would be
less suffering in the world. I cannot express the
relief I have experienced by using Lydia B. Pink
MISS PtARL 00 ham's Vegetable Compound."-Mxss PSABI. Goon,
Cor. 29th Avenue and Yeslar Way, Seattle, Wash.
5REW A Owing to the fact that some skeptical
R peopll have from time to t time questioned
the jenliomene of the testimonial letters
we are constantly pblishing, we have
deposited with the National City Bank, of Lyn, Maun., 5,oo,
which will be paid to any person who can show that the above
testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaining the
writer's special permission.-LAs E. PunuAm MsuDIsI Co.
)Ivlded Into Dukes, Marquises, Earls
Viscounts and Barons.
"I am always asked a lot of ques
ions about the peerage," said A. L a
ramleson, of London, at the Waldorf-*
Latoria, to a New York Tribune man, t
whenever I am in America. One a
hing that seems especially to bother
rou people is that while a house of 1
ords exists nevertheless lords, earls a
Lnd even marquises are to be found
Lmong members of the house of com
nons. This comes about from the so
:ailed courtesy titles borne by eldest
ons and heirs. For example, take the
:ase of the Marquis of Lorne, now
linth Duke of Argyll, who married the
Princess Louise. He bore the title of
narquis during his father's life by
!ourtesy. The peerage is divided in
o dukes, marquises, earls, viscounts
mnd barons, and the spiritual peerage
nto archbishops and bishops. The title
luke is very old. Hannibal was called
Duke of Carthage. The Doge of Ven
ce was a duke. A duke is addressed
is 'His Grace and Most Noble,' and by
the crown as 'our right trusty and
right entirely beloved cousin.' Mar
luises were formerly military leaders,
who guarded the limits or marches of
the kingdom. Hence, they were called
Lords of the Marches, or Marquises.
They are addressed as 'Most Honor
ible,' and by the crown as 'our right
trusty and entirely beloved cousin.'
Viscounts, or vice countesses, were
sheriffs in earlier days. They are ad
dressed as 'Right Honorable,' and by
the Crown as 'our righty trusty and
well beloved cousin.' Barons, origin
ally by tenure, then by writ and now
by letters patent, are bearers or sup
porters-from the etymology of the
word-and are styled 'Right Honor
able,' and addressed by the Crown as
'our righty trusty and well beloved.'
The royal addresses sound like a
game where you go on losing a word,
don't they? The only title by tenure, I
think, now existent among us is the
Earldom of Aryndel, which the Duke
of Norfolk hold5 by his tenre of Arun
del Castle, but this was confirmed by
a special act of Parliament. Baronets
and knights are both addressed as
'Sir,' but while the former is a title
that holds with and descends in the
family, the latter exists only during
the life of the holder. Sir William Van
Home, who built the Canadian Pacific,
is a knight."
All things die not; while the soul
lives, love lives; the song may be now
gay, now plaintive, but it is deathless.
Good Examples for Us.
I am glad to have God as an example
and Christ as an example, but I am just
as glad to have Moses and Paul and
John. They are nearer to me than God
and Christ. They serve for me a pur
pose which God and Christ do not.
They are -greatness and" success rising
own. They show me how near like God
and Christ I can become. God and
Christ as ideals frighten me; but when
in Moses and Paul and John I behold
how much of God and Christ a sinful
man can incarnate, I take courage and
press on to the goal of Christ-likeness.
There is a tremendous inspiration in one
good man. His hand is the hand of
God taking hold of his fellow-man and
lifting him np.-David Gregg, D. D.
I. 8 ;..1
tostems Sometimes Depends on Hair
If the hostess can catch no comet,
she must be contented with meteoric 1
wits, who make up for real brilliancy
by saying what they do say quickly
and spontaneously-with the punsters,
in short, and such hair-trigger intel
lects. Failing these, says the presum
ably humorous Gelett Burgess in Hgr
per's Bazar, the last class above the
bores positive are those well meaning
diners out who load themselves with
stories for a dinner as a soldier goes
into an engagement with a belt full of
cartridges. They may not get a chance
for a shot very often, but, given an
opening, their Are is accurate and
deadly till the last round is gone, when
they are at the mercy of a more in
ventive wit. Yet even these welter
weights have their place at the table,
for we must have bread, as well as
wine. It was one of Lewis Carroll's
pet fancies to have a dinner table in
the shape of a ring, and half the
guests seated inside upon a platform
which revolved slowly around the cir
cle till each one had passed opposite
every guest seated on the outside of the
table. But this would break up many
of the little secret schemes for which
the modern dinner is planned, and
many a young man would suddenly
find himself flirting with the wrong
lady across the board. And this last
hint carries me from the exoterle to
the esoteric charms of the dinner. Here
however, you must guess your own
way. I dare not tell you precisely
what it means when Celestine shifts
her glass from left to right of her plate,
nor what I answer when I raise my
serviette by one corner, for Celestine
may dine with you some day, and you
may remember. You would better not
invite me, anyway, for, though 1 am
not a comet, yet I admit I would be
mad enough to upset the claret pur
posely rather than have nothing ex
A singer in grand opera conttradicts
the statement frequently made that
lemon juice is excellent to relieve a
slight hoarseness. It may clear the
voice at first, but only for a short
time, and the strong acid is extremely
injurious to the vocal cords. To sooth
and relieve the congestion that pro
duces the hoarseness, this singer says
that nothing is better than the white
of an egg whipped to a stiff froth.
,very saloon a-t -inanoma, renn., nas
been placed under the legal ban charged
with Sunday liquor selling.
Horace Greeley once said: "Show me a
drunkard who does not use tobacco, and 1
will show you a white blackbird."
Rev. C. D. Crane, of Portland, Me., thus
explained the other day why so many
Maine officials nermit the illegal sale of
liquor: "They know that we will continue
to vote as we pray--that is, with our eyes
Through the aggresve work of the Illi
nois Christian Citizenship League the vote
against license in Bloomington a city of
2-,00, was increased last year from 175 to
1700. The liquor vote was only 130 greater.
The work of the lesgue is being extended
to other cities.
Is always used as a basis for Cormpe'- -
Tasteless Chill Tonic
Is the standard prescription of America for
Malaria, Chills and Fever.
How often do you hear imitators say " Our
medicine is just as good as Grove's" or "It is
better than Grove's". Do not be satisfied
with the "just as goods". There are no ",just
as goods"-Grove's is the best as such com
parisons admit-Grove's is many times supe
rior both in merit and popularity to any other
chill preparation manufactured, and is the
only chill cure sold to jobbers in car load
lots. Every druggist in the malarial sections
of the United States and Cuba sells Grove's
on a No cure, No pay, basis. Price 50 cents.
Grove's Tonic broke up a io days' spell of fever which
a physician thought would last several weeks.
" During my recent illness your Chill Tonic proved of
beneficial effect-it being highly endorsed by my family phy
sician. 3 bottles broke up a io days' spell of fever which at
first was thought by the doctor would last for several weeks.
Your excellent remedy is having a tremendous sale through
out this section, more so than all other Chill Tonics combined,
as I am informed by various druggists."
Yours truly, A. ROSCOWER,
Feanay1Ysaa S SW s·MIy Seege.
Historic Valley Forge is to become a
state park. It is the purpose to take
immediate steps toward the purchase
of this historic ground by the state of
Pennsylvania. A committee has been
appointed to correspond with all pa
triotic societies throughout Pennsylva
nia, and all Americans who have the
good name of Washington at heart are
appealed to for the purpose of helping
along the crusade. The proprietary
rights of the Valley Forge association
are not to be infringed upon, for the
extensive territory contains many
landmarks that are now falling into
decay. It is these historic mementos
of the revolution which will be taken
care of when once the state of Penn
sylvania is the overseer of Valley
"The day for the ornamental pen
man as far as the departmental service
is concerned has gone," says an expe
rienced official. "In some cases, nota
bly the interior department, the clerk
who was depended upon to do the
ornamental penwork was and is a lady.
The typewriter has supplanted the or
namental writer and is now used in
everything that goes out of the de
partment. In years gone by appoint
ments and commissions were always
made out by an ornamental writer,but
the ordinary typewriter appoaintment is
regarded as good enough nowadays."
'Tbe Bible tells of one thoroughly conga
nlal couple, anyway. "Wbo werets they?"
"Ananiss and Sapphira."
The man who smokes
SOld Virginia Cheroots3
* has a satisfied, 6'glad I have got it"I
* expression on his face from the time @
he lights one. He knows he will
not disappointed. No matter
* where he buys one-Maine or Texas,
* Florida or California-he knows they •
will be just the same as those he gets
* at home-clean-well made-burn .
* even-taste good-satisfying!
Thfrc huadred million Old Virgila Cheroo W smoed thit
O r. km mor moa. Priono 3f5cntn s
T . oBrstr Mp1api . t1 Mg, bisI.
(T ig Pswdew) anovestheseelx
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or.. n ar,,IO0r.J. FS. D.. Sr. LUII S.
in this Paper and lncrease your
An advertisement is a silent Canvasser who is
Always at Work in your Interest.
For ibneral rate appWy to the Publishers
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TELL THE ADVERTISER =eN' rz*.w u
That ULtt. l* For Ladrw I
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DIr 9 33Wr. . L DI S wd. ,Is
and I suspect that k ftgured promi
nently s tif nubject of many of their
Whispered V'Isayan remarks. By ex
hibiting industry in passing things k
finally won their friendship and re
Everybody his Oan lht-marke-, s6
the Ilocanoe and ~'a~gasinans of
Norther utond believe, and they fol
'OW out the theory in practice, for
nearly every family living on the coast
of the great Lingayen Gait max ufac
tures salt for home 'consumption, and
sells the surplus to th, villages of the
In one settlement near Dagupan the
occupation reaches the dignity of an