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NOTICE. iiwi: ri.iKii:i as admimstra- of I. ii flier M. llenHon before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County, me! herebv iiotifvull perHoiiH having claimi Ht iai' flt.ee. tint I. e ll- t Iiin estute to present them to me at It not presented within one year this e u ill Im-pleaded in bar of their recovery. . lerson. V I'.. Nov. .. UM1J. LKLA 1IEXS0N, dministratrix of Luther M. Flenson. I'. II i.-L h. At torney. T NEW YORK PER IS THE GREATEST THEATRICAL ft SHOW TAPER IH THE WORLD. S4.00 Fcr Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts. ISl'ED WKEK.LV. Sample Copy Free. FHANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd), . nr.i.lsiiKRS, ALU! KT : .lii.Mo Job Prirvtirvg ! Did You Say? l et u- do it for you. W have the reputation of pleading our customers In work and charges. Modern Equipment'" Electrically Drivn Pr""'- 'l -in k work but no "cheap" work. Jones-Stone Printing co Henderson, N. C. ink! The Whole Town at Your Elbow for cents Per Day! i eiepnone i ye;:r residence That's All! F"or Rates APPLY TO LOCAl- MANAGER or Home Telephone and Telegraph Company. hnderson . h. C Read fityBarbi XX B rang Your Tobacco If lllnl $ HIGHEST Best Accommodations, and your Interest carefully looked after wheth er you come or ship your Tobacco. Our Buyers have large orders to fill and our Banks have plenty of money to meet all demands. Come to see us. Your friends, Cooper's Warehouse Company. ooo We are Distillers 1 gallon of Whiskey and 2 gallons of Whiskey and 3 gallons of Whiskey and 4 gallons of Whiskey and 4 1-2 gals ofWhiskey and 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and Send us Cashier's check, Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order for any of the above goods. Be sure to write your name, Experss Office and Post Office plainly, and then there will not be any mistake. Any Whiskey you may order can be returned if not satisfac tory and we will return your money. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Hoise, Clarksville. Virginia. Established Business The cumulative effect of advertising is to make an established business. "Good will" is as valuable an asset as the goods in your stock perhaps more valuable. Be think think of you. The moral: :TO THE- "Old Reliacble," HENDEESON, FOR" MARKET PLnCE LUST OF R. W. Jones Corn Whiskies, F. 0. B. Clarksville, Virginia. and Make Our jug, $1.65 jug. 3.30 jug, 5.00 jug, 6.60 jug, 7.50 jug. 1.10 so well known that when people of your kind of goods they will Advertising will do it. Advertise in the Gold Leaf. oooo 1 C, ooo Own Whiskies. PRICES 100 proof. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 6.50 4 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 1 gallon 4 years old Whiskey," 2.50 1 gallon 8 years old Whiskey, 3.00 4 qts of . 1 0 years old Whiskey, 4.00 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 1 .25 DISBURSEMEflTS Of the Public Road Fcad cf Vance County From Deceober, 1SC3, to December, 1509, as Sbowa by Itemized Accounts on File b tne Office of tbe Register of Deeds. DECEMBER, 1908. J L Kelly repairing road f 2 00 Alex i lark shoeing team- ....... OS L T Howard repairing harcsetw 21 15 Good Roads Machine Co repairs.. 68 K W Edwards Clerk to Board. .. 9 50 K W Edwards making out road A C Zollicoffer one-fourth salary as attorney . .. ..... 25 00 T B Parham right of way - 6 25 Geo A IIotm Co merchandise 150 15 Geo E Perry merchandise.......-. 24 ST J J Swain 2 months salary 140 00 J J Swain pay roll 292 20 Beacom hupply Co hay 1U o Henry Perry insurance on team... 7 50 Daniel & Co merchandise 1 45 J N Tunstall 5 days committe serTice 10 OO J J Swain 2 months stable rent.. 10 00 J J Swain telegram 3 50 M D Woodlief lumber T 30 00 M J O'Nejl merchandise .3 67 Total. 1100919 January, 1909. J A Boyd and J L Wilson com mittee work f 27 55 Geo A Rose Co feedstuff. 106 30 A L swerdon repairs i o Beacom Supply Co feedstuff Ill 33 J J iSwain pay roll 5 82 Jfi O Tavlor lumber u i a J J Swain 1 months salary 70 OO J J Swain 1 months stable rent... 5 00 Arthur Hoyle lumber 5 00 K W h'rarCa Clerk to Boaxa v au WatkiDB Hardware Co merchan dise 13 57 Total $ 464 43 MARCH, 1909. T F WieririnB 2 davs committee work oo Lisbon Sneed ianitor 1 00 L T Howard repairs 6 20 John Mustian guarding conyicts. 15 00 G W Kittrell 1 ilavs committee work 2 00 J J Swain Dav roll 336 96 Cornelia W rijrht soil 8 00 Good IloadH Machine Co repairs.. t vt J N Tunstall committee work 2 00 R F Flemmina- lumber 2 OO J J Swain cafh naid merchandise. 1 34 J J Swain 2 months salary 120 00 J J Swain 2 months stable rent.. 10 00 A G Daniel lumber 5 00 Thad R Manning publishing road exhibit z i R J Southerland blasting powder &e. u K W Edwards Clerk to Board 6 7a Alex Clark shoeing team 8 25 .1 T Nuckles work on road 4 OO E A Powell adding pole tax 25 00 Geo A Rose "o feedstuff 134 35 Geo Bur well shoeing mule 150 Beacom Supply Co feed stun loo a .T T. Wilson work on bridsre and soil 28 00 H A Davis 6 davscommittee work 12 00 Total f 954 65 APRIL, 1909. J J Swain 2 months salary S 120 00 J J Swain 2 months stable rent... 10 00 J W Renn work on road 49 00 Lisbon Sneed ianitor 1 00 Watkins Hardware Co merchan dise j42 6a Nat Allen soil 7 84 Geo A Rose Co feedstuff 172 00 L T Howard merchandise 21 10 J J Swain pay roll 293 47 Kittnck Bros Co lumber lOi id W Y Swain soil 17 23 Dunn estate soil 56 26 K W Edwards Clerk to Board 9 50 A E Smerdon repairs 1210 E T Harris work on road 1 00 Alex CI ark shoeing team 8 75 J N Tunstall 2 davs committee work 4 00 O W Kittrell 2 davs committee v ork 4 00 J A Bovd 1 davs committeework 6 50 Total : 937 43 MAY, 1909. Geo A Rose Co feedstuff 84 20 Alex Clak shoeing team Lisbon Sneed janitor 4 90 1 00 1 00 32 35 J S Norwood work on road Beacom Supply Co feed W B Kearson repairs on road 1 00 8 L Bobbitt lumber 14 08 5 25 D W Hardee merchandise... Geo E Perry merchandise Tom Hendrick work on road 68 20 2 00 60 00 5 00 .1 J Swain 1 months salary J J Swain 1 months stable rent... T 0 Mabry soil 10 00 5 25 Watkins Hardware Co merchan dise Daniel Co merchandise 3 00 26 00 4 25 10 00 171 13 J W Renn work on road L T Howard repairs.. K VV Edwards Clerk to Board J J Swain pay roll G W Kittrell 2 days committte work 4 00 2 00 J L Wilson. 1 days committee work T F Wiggins Va days committee work. 1 00 . 2 00 J N Tunstall 1 days committee work Total $ 517 63 JULY, 1909. J J Swain pay roll...... 273 23 J J Swain cash advanced 13 23 J J Swain 1 months salary 60 00 Walter Bullock soil " W W Dickerson lumber..,. 12 80 Geo E Perry merchandise 61 18 M J O'Neil merchandise 3 85 Alei Clark shoeing team 9 66 Walking Hardware Co merchan dise i0 R M Sneed work on road 4 00 T.ixhnn Sneed ianitor 1 00 Beacom Supply Lo feed K W EdwardB Clerk to Board 9 25 Geo A Rose Co feedstuff 168 90 tll0n.Mr.BH Hardware I n mer chandise 10 yo .1 N TiiriKtAl! 1 rtav committee work auu J N Tunstall work on bridge 1 00 H k Onvin work on road OO Total... $ 763 82 AUGUST, lw09. A B Falkner jail fees $ 46 20 185 36 700 3 00 J J Swain pay roll J ?i l.nnstail casn paid to wotk road .. L F Wiggins cash paid to work road Robert Tncker guarding convicts 32 00 80 05 Watkins Bros Co merchandise..... W E Wilson guarding prisonnrs.. K W Edwards clerk to Board 1 00 10 70 114 35 Crndup-Kittrell Co B K Brame guarding convicts 29 00 1 00 6 16 7 50 A (j Daniel lumber Good Roads Machine Co - Parham Bros Supply Co hay J J Swain two months salary J N Coghill work on road ..... 120 00 5 00 E A Powell work on road .... 5 87 Geo E Perry merchandise t 52 08 3 N Tunstall soiling Coken berry " read 40 00 D E Aycock stationary T L Jones court cost E M Hines soil 2 50 5 25 3 00 9 05 Daniel St Co merr-handi Sam Moscovitz 6 pairs of shoes... S D Whitty lumber...... 6 OO 45 54 41 57 10 00 1183 1155 1 50 27 35 400 400 4 00 5 50 1 00 Crndup-Kittrell 4 Co cash paid for work on road .... . . J J Swain 2 months stable rent J J Swain cash paid on roads etc A M Wynn guarding convicts . It A w ilsoa repairs on roaa N M Henderson cost and arrest.- J A Boyd commettee work .... T F Wiggins committee work J N Tunstall committee wort H A Davis committee work and conveying prisoners . Lisbon Sneed janitor...-... Total f 940 21 OCTOBER, 1009. S E Gill lor soil .. f 1 75 J H Edwards for soil i 30 J N Tanstall for soil . 3 O0 J N Tanstall 1 days com a tit tee work sad mileage.... 2 80 J N Tunstall 7 days comauttee vork 14 00 Lncv Mabry soil 2 29 J N Tunstall soil Cokes roai... 29 75 Alex Cark shoeing team . 4 33 J J Swain 1 months stable rent- 5 J J Swain cash paid out . 7 Lisbon &need janitor Tee 1 J J Swain pay roll S03 Watkins Bros Co merchandise. 9 L T Howard repairing ; 31 52 73 205 62 Tom Eaton soil 5 50 i 7 00 i David Glover soil J A Boyd lumber 43 65 12 00 fc. U ravior soil Sam Bullock soil.. 10 00 David William, soil 10 00 IS 90 800 6 50 900 K W Edwards eWk t Rn- .atnaa Jones soil T T Wiggins soil and lumber. R H Sontherland lnnhr and casa. Thompson Hines soil. 5 49 1 00 200 4 00 - Royd Y day committe work i r n logins one aays committee work.. . m H A Darts two dn work Total 9 78102 NOVEMBER, 1909. Grapdiaon Boyd soil ... j G W Marrow soil Sarah M Roystor soil .. Good Roads Machine Co Z"" W F Gary cash adraceed Z'. Smith Courtney Co merchandise.. 3 o XanBtaH Boi,inff road fee W 1 ,e&r attorn'T" J J Swain 2 months saVarv Geo A Rose feed stuff Daniel A Co merchandise Catkins Bros Co merchandise". A Ebmerdon repairs Thomas & Newcomb merchan dise... FfSr" Perr nsaranc on m5es" l. i Howard repairing.. . A lex Clark shoeing taam..!!.!!""" w 1.tte,i 1narmacy drags J J Swain pay roll . 'J-JSw,ain cash paid ordera"."" r W V.'lward" c''rk to Board. John Finch soil. J ht fnppHes and cash!'"!!!! Mrs M M Braae soil Mrs J J Peeram soil . Miss Mary Rteed soil !..'.'.. ? 5TU6 daJ" committeework t w Sy 3 daTcommittee work J H Tunstall 4 days committee work , K W Edwards making out tax book 5 50 13 00 5 50 36 48 18 79 34 00 : 39 00 100 00 120 00 ! 356 15 9 20 I 40 10 6 03 2 10 7 50 25 85 11 21 7 10 276 39 9 20 11 O0 64 75 80 1 53 64 1 56 12 00 6 00 800 155 10 TotaI SI 395 . RECAPITCLTIOX. 49 December 1998 f 1 009 19 January 1909, 464 43 March April May July August October November 954 65 937 43 517 63 763 82 40 21 781 02 1 395 49 TotaJ 7 763 87 SOURCES OF REVENUE. otarement showing receints from all sources of road fund or per sheriff's state- meui, -iBb oionaay in June. 1909. By 12c on S4.441.fi24 no .ni and personal property $5 329 94 By 12c on S978.402.00 corpora- uu"! 1 174 08 oy izc on f 172,059.00 bank StOCkS - OOA AT By 36c on 2,363 polls 850 68 lottu 17 561 17 To 12c on $48,807.00 rebate nl- lowea on DroDertr C r,s r.ft l o izc on $18,459.00 insolvent property 23 15 i o $bc on 6 polls rebated 2 16 To 36c on 616 insolvent polls 221 76 0i i-uuimiBHion on v,atj.l4 casn paid treasurer 6 893 72 iotal 7 5G1 17 I do hereby certif v that the Above in a t rne statement of the receipts and disbursements oi tne road fund for the year 1909. K. W. EDWARDS, " Clerk to Board. Don't suffer with Soraic. Strains. Bruises or Pains, but use BLOOD1NE RHEUMATIC LINIMENT and you will be relieved in a minute. 25c and 50c a bottle, The Bloodine Co., Inc.. Boston. Mass. Sold bv W. W. Parker, Special Agent. STATEMENT Showing the Per Diem and nileage of the Highway Commissioners from December. 1908, to December, 1909., DECEMBER, 1908. Days Miles Pay J. N. Tunstall, Chm'n 2 G. W. Kittrell 1 J. A. Boyd 1 J. L. Wilson 1 32 $ 16 30 18 2 1( 5 60 2 80 3 50 2 90 H. A. Davis 1 2 10 T. F. Wiecins 1 2 80 4 20 2 80 JANUARY, 1909 H. A. Davis, Chm'n 2 4 16 30 18 10 16 4 16 30 18 16 10 4 16 30 18 16 16 4 16 30 18 10 16 0 G. W. Kittrell 1 J. A. Boyd 1 3 50 J. L. V.'ilson 1 T. F. Wiggins 1 J. N. Tunstall 1 2 90 2 80 2 80 MARCH, 1909. H. A. Davis, Chm'n 2 4 20 2 80 3 50 G. W. Kittrell 1 J. A. Boyd 1 J. L. Hson 1 T. F. Wiggins 1 J. N. Tunstall 1 2 90 2 80 2 80 APRIL, 1909. n. A. Davis, Chm'n 2 4 20 2 80 G. W. Kittrell 1 J. A. Bord 1 3 50 2 90 2 80 J. L. Wilson 1 T. F. Wiggins 1 J. N. Tunstall 1 2 80 MAY, 1909. H. A. Davis, Chm'n G. W. Kittrell 2 I 1 1 1 1 1 4 20 2 80 J. A. Boyd 3 50 2 90 2 80 2 80 2 00 J. I j. Wilson -T. F. Wiggins J. N. Tunstall H. T. Powell JULY, 1909. H. A. Davis, Chm'n 2 4 G. W. Kittrell 1 16 J. A. Bovd 1 30 J. L. Wilson 1 18 T. F. Wiggins 1 16 J. N. Tunstall 1 16 4 20 2 80 3 5C 2 90 2 80 2 80 H.T.Powell 1 0 200 4 20 2 80 3 50 2 90 2 80 '2iH) 2 00 4 20 280 3 50 290 2 80 2 80 200 4 20 280 3 50 2 90 280 AUGUST, 1909. n. A. Davis, Chm'n 2 4 G. W. Kittrell 1 16 J.A.Boyd 1 30 J. L. Wilson 1 18 T. F. Wiggins 1 1G J.N. Tunstall 1 16 H. T. Powell 1 0 OCTOBER, 1909. II. A. Davis, Chm'n G. W. Kittrell 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 16 30 18 16 16 0 J. A. Boyd J. L. Wilson T.F.Wiggins J. N. Tunstall H. T. Powell NOVEMBER, 1909. H. A. Davis, Chm'n t 2 4 G. W. Kittrell 1 16 J. A. Boyd 1 3 J. L. Wilson 1 18 J. X. Tunstall 1 16 Total amount 06 898 $176.90 RECAPITULATION. Geo E Perry merchandise. W Gary for car feed stuff.. Days J. X. Tcnstall 10 J. A. Boyd 9 J. L. Wilson 9 II. A. Davis 17 T.F.Wiggins 8 G. W. Kittrell 9 H. T. Poweil 4 Total 66 Miles Pay 160 $ 28 00 270 31 50 162 20 10 34 35 70 128 22 40 144 25 00 8 898 1176 TOTAL BY MONTHS. December, January, March, April, May. Jnly, August, October, . November, 1908 1909 M 19 19 19 1900 2100 2100 21 00 2100 1C20 Total 176 90 I do hereby eertifj that tbe above statement is correct. K. W. EDWARDS, Clerk to Board. For headache Dr. Mile Antf-Pala PHI OO 22 uu 64 05 50 Col. John Sneed's Conversations on Domestic Problems By CASPER S. YOST. Authof of Tb Making' of a $uceefu! Hutbtnd -Th Msklnf mt a Successful Wlfe.- J Copyright. 199. by C S. IX. The Friends That Stick 1 UT, jou see, papa." protested young Mrs Rollins, -we've got to keep op appearances. 1 don't think people are like they were when you were youug. Yon ' mast make a show nowadays If you're going to stay In society. As Will says. if we don't trail along with tbe proccs- ' slon we'll get left at the post. I'm oot sure that that's exactly tbe way bo put It, but 1 know be means that If we didn't do as our friends do we wouldn't have any friends. "Uh, bah,- grunted the colonel. "It's I sort of an up to date version of tbe Golden Rule splurge for others if yon want others to splurge for you. I've got no parUcular quarrel with that if you can afford It It belps to make business good. But I don't think you can afford It Moreover. It don't make friends and it don't keep friends. Moreover, again, there alu't a bit of difference between the world now and when I was a boy, or when Alius Oe sar was a boy, for that matter. It's al ways been that way, and I reckon It always will be that way It's been o 'WOULDN'T TAKE THE TKOCBLE." continuous procession from Adams time down, and there's always leen a lot of people fallin' over one ruother trvin' to keep the bead of It in sight. "But there's a whole lot more, a great many more, now us well as then, who don't care a continental rap about keepln' up with the processlou; most of 'em don't even know that there H a processlou, and If they did tbey wouldn't take the trouble to go to the window to sea it pass by, much loss trail on behind the band wagon, for. honestly now, honey, what's the use? Does the procession ever get anywhere or do anything? Not on your life. It just prances around In a circle and blows its horn, it puts on a lot of style, to be sure, and It looks miguty: gay with Its ribbons and Its feathers fly in', but the people that's on the out side watchln' It get more entertain ment out of it than the ones takln part in it" "But what else are we to do. papa: interrurjted his daughter. "iou don t want us to stay at home all tbe time and wear our old clothes, do youV" "No. slr-ee, little girl; and you know I don't 1 want you to wear Just as pretty dresses as you can afford and have all the fun that's comln' to you. but don't do things you've got no busi ness to do Just because other eoile do them, and don't imagine that you'll lose any friends if tlie procession gets away from you. Maybe some of the people you call your frleuds would get somethin the matter with their eyes when you came aloug the street If you didn't put on as much style as tbey did. but that kind of cattle ain't the stuff that friends are made of. There's nothln' finer or sweeter in the world than a good friend, and the man or the woman that hasn't got real friends Is mighty unfortunate, but you can't get 'em and you can't keep 'em by ruaklu' a show, as you call it. Just try it by vourown standard, for Instance. Take the women that you like the In-st Why do you like them? Is it because they wear fine clothes or live I big not aoor fob pkiejcpk. houses or give swell partle that you like them? No: you bet Ii ain t. Its because there's tfometbln wltbfti ibvin that's better than any xliow iu. rould make If they had million. And don't vou sunnose the name women love you for the same reason? loi'f you suppose Its your rnnra-nr jihu not rotir dress that draws !hMU to you? I'm mighty sure il Is. a:l I m also mighty sure that they'd kwp on lovln you. no matter whether ou tni'i your eowns made hi 1'arN or try the little dressmaker around the rortier If ther didn't, why. tbey wouldn't I friends. That's all there is t that They'd Just be make u-ileves. and If you lost eu ou wouldn't .lose any thing worth grlevlu about "What I'm tryln ro get Into your pretty little noggin and. by the way, honey. I like that new way of flzln' your hair; It s mighty tiecomln' but, aw I was about to remark, the point I'm tryln to get you to w Is that floe leathers don't make fine frlervds. and you'll make a rnizhty big mUtake if you think the only friend worth bar- No Harm Uont. "Dear me. pa, said the yvuu beautiful heiress, "you'll mortify use 20 00 90 70 00 00 to death ye." "What's the matter now, Ul? Yon told John to go down to tbe depot and get tbe earl's baggage right out loud ao that be couldu't belp bear ing you. Why can't you learn to mj station and luggage r "Oh. don't mind twit. I be earl won't care, lie's got used to United States talk, lie asked me this morn inr hnw 1 sot mv dough and how much 1 bad of it" Exchange. nd Yot. J In' are the ones that wear tbe gayest raiment. You will Ond good, true friends, no doubt in swell garb,Tot it ain't the clothes that make them so, for real friend ship has oothla to do with dress or position in life. , It springs fsom qualities of the mind or the heart. which dut cost a red cent and which millions cant buy. "You can't have too many friends. UtM.IONHCAKT bctit. tuy dar. but you've got to depend ' llde appearances iimsii sotnetblii" i j;e: them am) kT them. The frit-mis that stick loe you for what nre the ones that jou are. not for what you wear, and you'll And ma lerlal for friends of that kind among the high and the low, tbe rich and the poor. Some of tbe best friends I've got don't know where the next dollar's to come from, and some of the others don't know what to do with their money, but they're all in the same boat In the matter of friendship, and any one of them would go through fire and water for me. I know, be cause I've tried them. "But you can't make friends with out doin' somethtu' or bcln' some thin" worthy of friendship, and yon can't keep friends unless you give as much as you take not in money, un derstand, but In friendly words and friendly deeds. In a little sympathy or n little help when It's needed, and particularly when it's badly ueed- etl. Cue friend that sticks, no matter what comes, whether you lead the pro cess ion or are trampled under Its feet. Is worth more than n thousand of those that pat you on the back when you're In the swim and forget you're on earth when trou ble comes. Wbeu you've got friends yon can couut "love tou kob what on, no matter too auk." what happens, you ought to hang on to 'em with n death grip, for there's noth ln' more precious on earth except a good wife or n good husband and chil dren. But you needn't be afraid of los ln' 'em by fallin to keep up appear ances. Tbe real ones, little girl, ain't lost In that way." Mind's Masttry Over Matter. Striking Instances of the mastery of mind over matter are seen almost every day in dining cars. Notouly are they seen, but tbey are experienced. Frequently 1 go into a diuer think ing: "Well. I'm feeling pretty tolerably punk. I tell you. I'm fairly puuy this morning. Maybe I enn worry down as much as a little bit of buttered toast and two soft boiled eggs." 1 think this because 1 have been counting on nn a la carte breakfast Hut when I get Into tbe car and sit down nt the table and observe that the meal is table d'bote-well! That's different. I'm feeling better, thanks. That cnntaloupe sounds good, also the breakfast food. Rait mackerel doesu't listen so bad to a man who hasn't had a single morsc'.of food between supper and breakfast. What's the mat ter with that sirloin, with a couple of rashers of bacon, a cheese omelet some French fried potatoes, a few more of tbose hot rolls, please, and some vheat cakes with maple sirup and a pot t coffee? Yes. that's the way It works the whole program from soup to nuts, and yon don't feel particularly well fed even then. Then sometimes It works out In tbe following mnnner: tDefore you have Investigated.) Come, feed with me. my gentle friend, While the covered coaches fly. lefs see the car at yonler end Of the choo-choo. you snl I. We'll down the dotiKhty tenderloin. We'll morry the Hoston bean. For only paltry bit of coin. Oh. shame on the man that a meant C'on. tae with rne a btt or cheer. Thou lo-e4 of my lnmot heart. For the dining car's In the resr. My dear. And the servicers a la carte 1 After Investigation. 1 Nay; not t-xlay. my time tried friend. For my 'iminy hurta me ao. The food vn'e on 1 Me hindmost end. 'Tl quite t'fO fr to go The t hints they serve on railroad trains Are never the lood for mine. I 'tare not ike a chance n pains With viands too rich and hoe. Lct'a fast and he of chastened cheer. Nor vulgarly play the goat. Though the dining car a in the rear. My dear. The mtv W la table d hole. I note : The M-rvke la table aTfcaba, It All Depends. "Not much of tbe km- that kl?i about thi alow towt. i there 7' "Yes: the pace ibal would kill I.erToim rxn who bad t etay here." Progressive. -There r t-xi-U.nird the worldwide traveler afler relating lo bis friend the thrilling half hour atory of a peril ous ndvjenttire on Mont Blanc. That was a bit of hair raining, wasn't itf -Rather." chimed lu tbe friend, "I should Just think! But. you know, you told me most of that story before -ludeedr exclaliucd tbe traveler. "I'm very sorry . old man. Wben wa tbatr -Ob. four months agor carelessly replied tbe friend. "And in the four months since you have climbed to the top. succored a fainting guide, sus tained a snowstorm 00 tbe summit aided two benumbed strangers on the way down and guided an entire party to tbe foot." Read and advertise In Gold Leaf fit T i "! advertise in Gold xeaf.