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Easier En lcr rhnn IIorscLmtlc horsebackIIo cno IIo Suys It Itis ItIs ItIs
is a I Much Safer cthodUuo Method I Uuo of ofIlls ofy
y Ills Ioculliir Kxporlenccs LxpnrkitccsOSH KxporlenccsJOSH J porlrlcc9 porlrlcc9J
Of ME3SERaER a 1 Deputy
J JOSH Sheriff of Grnysou County
Texas 1 XI19 has a brandnow rllOllno ilovico dovieofor ilovicofor dovlcofor
for bringiu 111 ill iu in prisoners whom whomho whomho whomho
ho has nrrostod Ho IB probably pro nbly the thellrnt thot1rlt tliodrat
drat pcnco lcnco olllcer in tuo United States Statesto Statostondopt
to tondopt adopt it Iho device is nothing nothinginoro nothingmoro nothingmoru
moro nor loss than that of bringing brin ins
them in on the roar stop of his bicycle bioyolcI
I should think youd bo afraid to torisk torisk torisk
risk yoursolf in your our prisoners power powerto
to that extent suggested ono otnn otnninterested otlnintIJrestutl of an aninterested
interested oirolo of auditors tho other othernight othernight othernight
night in tho rear of Gibbs GI bs drug store storeas
as Mr Mosaorgor hadboon hnd boon explaining Qxpll1inlngf
how it is done doneWell done1Vo11 ono onoWoll
Well that was what that follow followthought CeHowthought followthought
thought tho other night when I Ibrought Ibrot1ght Ibrought
brought him in from Southinayd Southinaydwas outlll JRrd JRrdwns
was tho roply but I didnt have n nbit 1 1bit abit
bit of difficulty in explaining to him himhow himt
t how matters stood As a 1 mattor of offact offaot offact
fact it is every bit ns safe to bring a aprisoner nprIsoner aprisoner
prisoner in standing on tho rear step stepof stelof stopof >
of your wheel as any other way nnd nndpossibly nndpossibly andpossibly
possibly safer If tho follow is on ono onohorse onohorso onehorse
horse and you on another ho may rnako rnakosomo ml1kosomo makosome
somo motion and get tho advantage of ofyon ofyou
yon before you can help yoursoli but butif butif butif
if hos standing on tho stop of your yourbioyolo yourbioyolo yourbfoyolo
bioyolo hos got to hold on to your yourshoulders yourshouldere yourshoulders
shoulders It dont make a bit of dif difference difbronco Hrforonco ¬
bronco how dark < a night it ie if ho hogoes hoROOS hogoes
goes to make tho least unusual motion motionyou motionI motionyou
I you can fool him and you can throw throwhim throwhim throwhim
him off the wheel whoellJoforo before ho can wink winkan winkan winkan
an oyo Before ho can got up again againyou ngninyou againyou
you can cover him with your gun and andthoro nn
i 1 thoro ho is isHow isHow isIiow
How about that follow you yonbrought youbrouRht youbrought
brought in from Southmayd asked askedGibbs MkodGIbbs askedGibbs
Gibbs GibbsOh GIbbsl GibbsOh
l Oh 1 almost forgot to toll about abouthim abouthim abouthim
him was the reply About 10 10oclock 10oolook 10oclock
oclock ono night a month or so ago agowo ngowo agowe
wo got a telegram from Souturnayd Souturnaydstating SoutluDaydetallns Southmaydstating
stating that a mun had l1d just been shotout shot shotout ahotout
out there I reckon you all know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that Bouthmayd is the first little eta etation stntlon etation
tion west of hero on tho T P and is isabout i8about isabout
about twelve milos away I1w Y by tho wagon wagonroad waRonIf wagonroad
If road r ad Tho telegram didnt say how howbad howbnd howbad
bad tho follow was hurt and wo didnt didntknow didnti
1 know but maybo some followd boonmurdered boon boonmurdered boonmurdorod
murdered outright Tho Sheriff told
mo mota to go out sea about it so I Ijumped Ijumped Ijumped
jumped on my wheel and off 1 wont wontWhen wontWhen wentWhen
When I got gotoat out there I found that thatsome that thatsome thl1tsomo
some fellow had shot a man thoro in inthe intitedarktho inthe
the titedarktho dark tho shot going goinlthrou throng throu the vthobt thot theMt
Mt bt t Aid iafliotiag laliot merely erelt a scalp ecalpf scalpiifeiaft
> iifeiaft ii eaad lt til yj jri w u aoloea a Close Mil bat b no now n nWt nodtlrte
f Wt lli llil
dtlrte w WfpvrWo T efol l aw W kO owi TsW ho o Mta MtaJM id idr ta taJi
r k Ji JM had bac1iio ri64ide no M eawhat whatever Ter as thrbo to wholud wholudshot who kid kidshot ad adebot
shot him Well I spent a aooupl couple of ofhours ofhours ofhours
hours fooling around aroundtalkingtovarious aroundtalkingtovariousfolks talkingto various variousfolks varion8folks
folks and trying to got somo idea who whohad whohaddono whohad
had haddono done it Finally Fin lly after midnight midnightawhile midnishtawhilo midnightawhile
awhile I considered I had done do no all I Icould Icould Icould
could so I started homo When I Ioamo Ioamfi Icamo
oamo to where tho wagon road crosses crossestho crossostho crossesthe
tho railroad just by the sevenmile sevenmiletrack sovonmilotrnok sovon milo milotrack
track as they thOYOBU call it I thought to my myself myself I
J self 01f Id look at tho tank tankor or pond as asthe astho astho
tho Eastern folks call oallltand it itand and if there thorowas therot
t t was any ducks or gecso on o it Id taUo tatsoa taUoa
a few ow cracks at om with my six sixHhoptor IIIX IIIXHhoQtor sixshogtor
Hhoptor While I was flxin to do dothis dothis dothis
this I noticed a dim light stiinin stiininthrough BhiDinthroush shininthrough
through tho cracks erR oks of n 1 little old oldshanty ohIshnntythat oldshanty
shnntythat shanty that had boon built for tlbhiug tlbhiugparties
I 1 parties p rtielt right rl ht by tho side B lle of tho tank tankNow tl1nkNow tankNow
Now if I had been riilin a horse in inBtoad inBtoad instead
Btoad of a bicycle tho racket of his hishoof hisbooC hishoof
hoof falls would huvo scared away tho thofellow thofollow thefollow
follow in tho shanty lioforo I could couldhave coul1f couldhave
f ° have got to him but nH n it was I Islipped 1ali Aslipped
ali slipped pedlJp up and pooked through throu b tho thocracks thocraoks thecracks
cracks before he know 1 was any anywhere nnywhero anywhere
where around There was n prutty prettytough pruttytoughlooking pruttytoughJooklng
toughlooking tough looking citizen on tho inside insideand inaillcanc1 insideand
and ho was just cooking his supper supper Ithought I Ithought 1thought
thought it would bo a vorytttrango vorytttrangothing vory vorystrangothing Htrango HtrangothinJl
thing if any honest man wore cooking cookinghis
his supper there in that lonesono lonesonoplace Jonesonoplaoo lonesonoplaco
place at 1 oclock at night so I got gottho gottho gutthe
tho drop on him with my gun and nndmade andmade andmade
made him snrrendar Wheulsearchod Wheulsearchodhim When Isearchodhim Isenrohod Isenrohodhim
him I found that he had a sixshooter sixshooteron
on and that ono load had been shot shotout shotout shotout
out of it it Ho admitted having bavin passed passedthrough pa88edthrough passedthrough
through Southmayd a fow hours be before booloro before ¬
fore HO I thought I had good ground groundfor
for believing ho was tho very fellowthat fellow fellowthat feUowthat
that had dono tho shooting out there thereAnyhow tbereAnyhow thereAnyhow
Anyhow I knew wo could get a case caseagainst calloa caseagainst
against a ainst him for carrying a pistol so I Iconcluded Ioonoluded Iconcluded
concluded to take him in After Homo somolittle Homolittlo somelittlo
littlo argument I persuaded him to got gotup sotIIp gatup
up behind mo on aD tho stops of my Way bicycle bioyole ¬
1 ole alet
t Hero Mr Messorger paused a mo moment moI momont ¬
I mont and sailed rather sardonically sardonicallyWhat sardonicallytiVhat
t What arguments did < you use useasked usoaskod useaekod
asked ono of tho crowd crowdOb orowllf crowdOh
f Oh I just persuaded him was wastho wastho wasthe
tho reply with a significant emphasisOf emphasis
Of course 1 took his gun away from fromhim fromhim fromhim
him and then he got up behind me moall meaU meail
all right enough Af After tor wo had gone gonesomo sonesomo gonesome
somo littlo distance ho scorned to tako takoa
a notion to talk talkYon talkYon talkf
f Yon seem to 0 bo a sort of expert expertwith expertwith expertwith
with a bicycle ho said But how do doyou doyou o oyo
you yo you know I may not bo bo o just as good goodmyself Roodmyself goodmyself
myself I can feel my thigh pressing pressingyour prc8sinsyour pressingyour
your sixshooter but what is the there to toprevent toprovont toprevent
prevent mo from taking it away from fromyou fromyou fromyou
you shooting you and then riding off offon offon offon
on your wheel wheelI
I just sorter laughed and said saidOb BaidOh saidOh
Oh I dont reckon youll do anything anythingoa
oa bad as all that thatJust tbatJat thatJust
Just about nboutth1t that time I felt him himmolio li1mmtWosomo Limmako
molio mtWosomo soma eomo peculiar pec li r kind of motion motiont
1 J Jt t + I
I novor did know whether whct4 r ho wna in inearnest Inearnost inearnest
earnest in trying to escape el IO or whether whetherho whotherbo
ho was just joking Im Im not oven sure surewhether surDwhothor surewhether
whether ho himself knew or not Dotlho Dotlhofirst Tho Thofirst Thofirst
first thing thin < < ho really did know ho was wascrawling waRorl1wling wascrawling
crawling out from under a 1 barbed barbedwiro barbedWJro barbedwire
wire fence once and WAS Ipoking up the thebarrel thobnrrol thebnrrol
bnrrol of n 1 big l navy sixshooter six sbootor withthe with withtho withtho
tho moonlight gleaming down it and andmo I1t1 andrue < l lmo
mo at tho other end As Boon as ho hocould hocould hocould
could catch his breath ho gasped gaspedI
I understand now why wh you wasnt wasntafraid wnm wnmafr wasntafr
afraid afr id l of me but you neednt have haveexplained haveexplained no noexpltlincll
explained things quito so hard hardAfter hl1rdAftor hardAfter
After that ho got up U behind mo moagain mon moagain
again n rin and never fluid another word wordtill wordtill wordtill
till wo got to Sherman It turned out outthat Oltthr outthat
that thr ho WftHnt tho mutt who liael dono donotho donotbo doiotho
tho shooting at Southmayd fiftp fto i Vi Viand l lnnd i iand
and Mnxoy Mlxo said ho didnft dhln know Irnowwhether Imowwhcthor knowwhether
whether or not ho could mated tho thopistoltoting thopistoltotlng thupistol
pistol pistoltoting toting onto W stick bolug na the thofollow thelollow thefellow
follow was a traveler so Wo 0 turned turucdhim tnruc turnedhim < 1 1im
him im loose Ill hot ho never rnoukoyfl moukoyswith rnoukoyflwith mOllkojtIwith
with another oilicor ofl cor on a 1 bicyclethough bicycle bicyclethough bieychthouRb
though thoughMr
Mr Mossergor weighs 175 17 poundshimself pounds poundshimself oltnl11 oltnl11himso1f
himself nnd na his prisoner on this thisoccasion thisoeol1sion thisoccasion
occasion woighod about ns much it itwill ittvill ittvill
tvill bo soon that tho total weight wel l1t on onthe ontho onthe
the wheel was ns considerable It is a aregular I Irogular aregular
regular 8100 100 wheel of a 1 wellknown wellknownmake wellcnowJ1mako wellknownmake
make weighs wolg 8 twontytlvo vo pounds andhas and andhas anllhas
has no special features except that it ithasn ithnsn ithasa
hasn atop on each side al o in tho roarin roarinstead Ioarinstend ronrinstead ¬
stead of on only ono side This alight alightvariation sllshtarintion slightvariation
variation was mado fdV tho special spooillllo spooilllloconlI ac accommodation nocominodatlon ¬
commodation conlI 1odntion of tho prisoner or who has hasto hasto hasto
to stand behind Mr Mosscrgor says anysthat 81YSthBt saysthat
that tho only changes ho would sug suggest suggest auggest ¬
gest in tho construction of wheols ia iathat ii iithlt isthat
that tho spokos ought to bo made inadoheavier mndohonvier madeheavier
heavier and the pedal po al cranks thickerWith thicker thickerWith thiolcerWith
With those changes ho thinks tho thostrength thostrongth thestrength
strength would bo increased iner ascd in such a away 1 1way away
way as bettor to suit life purposes purposesInstead purposesInstead urpolesInstead
Instead of using the too of hu foot for forpedaling forpedain forpedaling
pedaling ho uses tho hollow close Co Cotho totho eothe
tho heel By so doing ho thinks ho hogains hoSRins hegains
gains in extra strength what ho o may maylose mayloso maylose
lose in speed and of course strength strengthis
is needed in propelling a 1 wheel with a aprisoners I Iprisonors nprisoners
prisoners extra weight on it Ho is iacontemplating iscontomplating iscontemplating
contemplating buying a tandem on onwhich onwhloh onwhloh
whloh ho expects to bo able to bring in iatwo intwo intwo
two prisoners at a timo instead inlto l1 of ofono ofono ofone
ono onoMr Mr Mcssorgor claims that tho bi bioyolo bicyolo bioyolo ¬
oyolo has numerous advantages over overtho overtho overthe
tho horse for the uses of a peace peaeoofficer peleooffioor peaceofficer
officer Ho claims that hlt it is not only onlysafer onlysafer onlysafor
safer and more noiseless but that It is isohoapor isohonpor ischeaper
cheaper and far speedier Ho got his hiswheel hiswhoel hiswheel
wheel last Mar and has spent only
sixtyfivo on it for up to todate todata i
date As to spood ho recently redo redofrom rodefrom redofrom
from Spoor to Whitosboro stopping stoppingalong stoppingalong stoppingalong
along the way to summons throo wit witnouses witnellses witmesses
messes and still tJILoovorod covered tho nineteen nineteenmiles nineteonmilo8 nineteenmiles
miles in low lethan than tWQ twojlonrsCon twojlonrsConeiderjngttsMope QB hours nr8 Con Coni OonJideriDltJa
JideriDltJa eiderjngttsMope itwoefdhave I t 1L t tlle tllesit i ial8 >
sit al8 al8ptii19 extraig I 10114 to b v deaet t tpriso
pHKAerria ptii19 Lira r Ia this ht way jt nll1 nll1obthat it i 1 ie onlyfair = v to toobi M 1 1obierte
obierte obthat obi a that this doabtlew depends dependsmuch depeadmt dependsmuoh
much mt h bnv ontho on the officer amo r himself MrMossorger Mr MrMessenger MtMoss
Messenger Moss rgor is a man of powerful build buildand buUdand buildand
and has tho reputation of being as asbravo asbravo asbravo
bravo a Texan T6lanas as ovor faced bullets and andgunpowder aadsunpowdor andgunpowder
gunpowder Ho is by no means a man manwhom manwhom manwhom
whom tho average citizen would care careto onloto careto
to got into a I fight with In tho case caseof easoof caseof
of nn officer of a different kind this thisdevice thisdevioo thisdevice
device might or might not work so sowell sowell sowall
well GlobeDemocrat GlobeDemocratWISE 0 lobo Domocrat DomocratWISE Do mocrat mocratWISE
WISE WORDS Wt1It11SNoihing WORDSNothing WOltuSNothing
Nothing can work mo damage bat batmve batmre1fi111nt butmyst
myst mve mre1fi111nt lf lfSaint Saint Bernard BernardLot DernrmLot BernardLot
Lot each man make nltcc himself as ho hotcaohos hoteaches O Otenohes
teaches others to be HJ who in fj well wellsubdue wollSIJU wallsubdued
subdue SIJU lte may sub sublnoothers > luo others Buddha BuddhaNot BllJtI hiuddhaNot hll hllNut
Not broken roccn wills not crucified willsbut wills willsbut willsut
but ut consecrated wills doe oo ho seek to topour t tponr ttipour
pour hU will through tbrou b Samuel muol Long Longfollow LODICollow Longfallow
follow followFor CollowFor fallowFor
For with nil onr pretentious to enlfhtonmont en enlightenment enlibtonmont ¬
lightenment are wo not now n 1 tnkin tnkindesultory tlkindesultory talking talkingdesultory
desultory rather than a inoJitativo inoJitativogeneration moJitativoSOlleratiou meJttativogcnoratiouJ
generation gcnoratiouJ J 0 Shairp ShairpHope ShairpHope ibairpHope
Hope is the aainsprin of human humannotion humBoaotion humanaction
notion faith seals our lease ICB o of immor immortality immohhty immoetaltty ¬
tality and charity nULl lovo give JiV tbD ttiopassport tbDpl18 thepassport
passport pl18 port to the souls true and lasting lastinghappiness l lastinghappinessStreet stinK stinKbappiness
happinessStreet happinessStreetHow happiness Street StreetHow gtrootnow
How near must a person live to mo moto moto moto
to bo my neighbor Ecry person isnear Is ianear Isnenr
near to you whom yon can bless Ho Hois Heis o oi8
is tho nearest to whom you can bless blosamost blo8SmostWi1llom blessmostWilliam
most mostWi1llom William Ellery Charming CharmingIn
< In proportion as man gets ots back tho thospirit thoririt thespirit
spirit of manliness whichis sclfsaori sclfsaoritico lIolfsBorifioo eclfsaorifloe
floe affection loyalty to an idea be beyond boo booyond beyond ¬
yond himself a God abovo himself so sofar sofar sofar
far will w l1 ho rise above circumstance circumstanceand oircumst circumstancesand ncc8 ncc8nnd
and wield thorn at his will whlltsharlea whlltsharleaKingsley Lharlcs LharlcsKingsloy vbnrle8Ii
Kingsloy KingsloyIt Ii ng810y ng810yIt
It is with some so hard a thing to toemploy toomploy toemploy
employ their tuna that it is a I groat groatgood grontgood groatgood
good fortune when they have a friend friendindisposed Iriendindlsposotl friendindisposed
indisposed that they may be e punctual punctualin
in perplexing him when ho is reoov recovered reoovcrod reoovercd ¬
ered enough to be in that state which whichcannbt wblchl1llnut whichnannbt
cannbt be called sickness tor health healthwhen hotilthwhen healthwhen
when he is too wellto well to deny < company companyand oompanyand companyand
and too ill to receive them It is no nouncommon not1ncommon nouncommon
uncommon case if a man ia ol any anyfigure anyfisure anyfigero
figure or power in the world to bo bocongratulated bl blcongratulatod becongratulated
congratulated into a f rehno relapaoSteolo relapaoSteoloCuring Steolo SteoloA SteeloCurlnl
Curing lIuJlllruug lIuJlllruugA
A story is related of a London shop ¬
keeper who cured a I female kleptoma kleptomaniac kloptornaniao deptomllniao ¬
niao by inviting her into a private privateroom privateroom privateroom
room and anllioavlns leaving her alone with his hismuscular billmuscular hismuscular
muscular maiden sister Tho sister 1
sent for a couple of birches and andbirched Bndbirohod andbirahod
birched tho shoplifter until she fibohowled fjhehowled shehowled
howled for mercy rho shopkeeper shopkeepersays
says she has never troubled his store storeagain storoI1gBin storeagain
again and ho thinks ehois aha is thoroughly thoroughlycured thorouhlyonred thoroughlycured
cured of tho mania to appropriate thatwhich that thatwhich thawhioh
which does not belong to her herw
w rJ rJL J
Tn A LorJA L 4t nou u0Um9E u0Um9EAn E EAn
An Attriu AttriuIn ir Fe g ature 1I r re or the Mod ModwePlinx 2lodWfrID
wePlinx wePlinxIn WfrID WfrIDIn
In tho furnishing of of < fIn n modern house housetho houlJotho housetbo
tho hall conatitutevono constitute ono of tho mostserious most mostserious mostsorlous
serious problems At I 1J1t tt thoro is ono
x PETsrscrrvB viEw vinwconsolation nnwcousolntlou viEwconsolation
consolation If ono OD solves it success successfully 8UCOelSfnlly successfully ¬
fully the hall IlI111lJoeomo becomes ono of tho most mostattractive mostnttrnotho mostattractive
attractive features of tho ontiro house houseIt hOl1slIt
It thou ceases to bo a 1 more passage passageway passageway n98n e ewnv ¬
way wnv and becomes a veritable room roomnud rOOI11nu roomand
and nu one which strangely fltro ely enough will willbo willbo willbe
bo moro generally used titan almost almostnoy IlmostI1D almostany
any I1D other in the house In the con conventional convontion1 convuntionul ¬
ventional city dwelling when tho hall hallis hl1l1is hullis
is long narrow and dark lRrl with a high highcoiling hlRhcollins bightcoiling
coiling and n 1 light of stair that thatmokes thl1tml1los thatmakes
makes nn unbroken swoop to tho floor iloorabove tloorIbove floorabove
above very ery littlo can bo done to give givon 10
n 1 truo artistic elect If tho front door dooris l100ris dooris
is of solid paneled wood a great im improvement improvomont fmprovomont ¬
provomont will result from replacing replacingthe
tho upper panels R1101s with glass This can cantako cnntnko cantako
tako tho form of n 1 sash of small amnl1lel1l1ctl amnl1lel1l1ctlln1leS leaded leadedpanes leadedpanes
panes ln1leS in fanciful design < or a single singleshoot shJRloaheot singleshoot
shoot of pinto glass protected by nneat n nneat 1 1ncat
neat iron grill Tho mintnko should shouldnever 8houlllnevcr shouldnever
never bo mnilo of using colored glass glassunless glnstJunlose glassunless
unless ono can afford n masterpiece of ofgouuino ofgenuino ofgenuine
genuine stained glass for tho ordinary ordinaryBocalled orlllnary80oal1cll ordinarysocalled
Bocalled cathedral glasp is crude in incolors incolors incolors
colors and an abomination The Thohall Thehall 1honll
hall nll > stand or hat rack which is of often often often ¬
ten found just within tho front frontdoor frontdoor
door 10 or should bo bunched to some roar ronrcornnr roarcornor roarcornnr
cornnr if it in to bo tolerated at nil nilwhore nllwhero allwhcro
whore it will not bo HO much in ovi evidence ovidonoo ovidance ¬
dance Those racks become catch catchalls cntohalia catchails
alls and old coats hats umbrellas umbrellasnnd umlJrellasnn umbrellasand
and nn < 1 canes arc not nt nil 11 ornamental ornamentalIn
In n plnco of those convonionccsa a broad broadnail hroadball broadhall
nail chair of formal design or bolter batterstill bolterstill bolterstill
still a mahogany sottco will sorvo eorvoovory sorvoovory sorvoevery
ovory purpose Those cbould bo re reserved resorv roserved
served sorv d for the use of OfORSIl1 cnaujil callers If Ifthoro Ifthoro Ifthorn
thoro are no convenient closets that thatcan thatCRn thatcan
can bo made mn o for tho garments of tho thomembers thomombors timemembers
members of tho household a neat ncntclothes nOltclotbeB neatclothes
clothes tree each as are imitated from fr6mtho fr fromthe m mtho
tho antique will provo a groat deal dealmoro 11011moro dealmoro
moro sightly than tho hall racks that thataro thatare
are made nowadays nowa ys It takes up but butlittlo butlittlo butlittle
littlo room and can find a place in insome insome insome
some roar corner
HALL AND BTAirCABJt BTAirCABJtUnder 8T aTatrCAIE aTatrCAIEUnder urCA urCAUnller
Under thebostof conditions tho hall hallwill 11111will hallwill
will bo none too light and this fact factshould faotshou1t1 factshould
should bo borne in mind in choosing choosingwall ohoosiDgwnll choosingwall
wall paper and carpet Tho furnish furnishings furnishinga furnishfogs ¬
fogs should bo in light ivnrm warm tones tonccnud tOileInntl tonesand
and only the most formal designs are nropermissible urollerwis8lhlc arepormissible
permissible Few Fo people poem to torealize torealizu torealize
realize tho effcctivenurB s of pictures i itho ill illtho ipthe
tho hall It is customary on tOtnl1fV to tl hang one oneor orwor oneor
or two largo frame on the silo wnln wnlnnnd wallllnnll wattnail
nail allow time loug stretch nliovo tho thostairs thostulr thestairs
stairs to go uuoovored In thu latter latterplace JILttcrplnce latterpluco
place pictures mire ro needed if nnv nn onvlllro onvlllroIn where wherein
in the hflu houHu o for or theroin I hlro iH no other way wayin wayin y yin
in which tho vast It wall wnllllllBoo apace CUll bo bobroken Laobrnlwn bebroken
broken brokenAll brnlwnAll brokenAll
All of this has reference to the fit fitting fittiDg fitting ¬
ting and furnishing of the ordinary ordinarycity ordlnQrJoitv ordinarycity
city hailIn hall hallIn hRUIn
In tho villa house tho architect gon gonorally genorally gonorally ¬
orally plans a ecuaro sCJuaro hull that has nil niltho niltho allthe
tho effects of un ordinary room Thorp Thoromay Th6romny Thorpmay
may bo windows on tho side an opoit opoitfireplace OpOIlrtplaco oponfireplace
fireplace and ao < 1 plenty of contrivances contrivancesthat
that t at lend themselves to decorative decorativeeffect decornthceffoot decoratitloeffect
effect Horn tbo treatment should flhouhl110 lio liotho hothe
tho samo as in any other room widh widhnwrr wi wibq b bu
q s lrt4rM lrt4rME
E lrtlss 1 wtrsl wtrslI
1 1YIBax
w O Onnn µ
nwrr noon
this restriction Tho purposo of tho thohall thohall thehall
hall must never be forgotten Easy Easychairs Easychairs Easychairs
chairs and and sofas 8 fBS will not bo out of ofplace ofplace ofplace
place if they do not detract from the tboformal thoformal thetormal
formal character or do Cuf 111 obstruct obstructfree oustruotIreo obstructfree
free pastage Tbero should never bo boa
a profusion of ornitnenta wr lirioa lirioabrao IIrlonbraG brio a abras
braG In a general encr I way the hint as tis to toI tol j
the city ofi hall ill ti apply ognaffy woil wolll to oao oaoin o ono onoin o oin
in tho suburbs A hall chair or settee sottooshould 8ottooshoullJ setteeshould
should be placed in close proximity to totho totho tothe
tho entrance door and the fittings of oftbo ortho ofthe
the walls and ceilings should be in the tholight theJlgbt thelight
light warm tonos tonesThe tonosTbo tonosTho
The design illustrating this article articlelends nrtlololonds articlelends
lends itself readily to a 1 most beauti beautifully bORnUlully baantifully ¬
fully artistic treatment tho hall is n nhost nhost ahost
host in itsolf Its coiling is paneled paneledto
to represent open timber work and andtho nndtho andthe
tho walls finished in hard whito plus plaster plMter pluster ¬
ter with wninscoating four feet high highfrom hlRI1Irom highsfrom
from tho floor nbovo which ia tinned tinnedwith tinJIIJlIwith tinnedwith
with n formal design planted on in infltuccowork inAtucCO instucco
fltuccowork stucco work representing r01 > rcsoutinR tho tleur Hourdo Hourdolis de dehis
liB of Franco FrancoTho Frnnclfho FrancoTho
Tho residence is sixtytwo feet wide wideby widehy wideby
by sovontyolght feet in depth lolth the thofirst thlflrat thefirst
first story being ton foot ex inches iu iuSECOND iuRCOND Iuc
ui uil
l Yl wry wrytu
SECOND ITLoonheight ptoon VICOnhoight W1M W1Mheight
height Time arrnnuomont and size of ofrooms ofroom8 ofrooms
rooms ia shown by tho floor plans plansTho plRn8fho plansThe
The sum of S8101i 8105 will ill build tho thodesign thodcsign thedesign
design not including tho cost of ofmantels ofmanlols ofmantels
mantels ranges and heating apparatus apparatusCopyright nlllnrat1It1Copyright apparatusCopyright
Copyright 1807 1897UNCLE 1807V 1807UNCLE
UNCLE V Clr SVUU S1 OKIUIXAL ATTIIIB ATTIIIBSomewhat tlT1ItllSomewhat lTllmSOlll6whnt
Somewhat Dlfloreiit Jl erout From tho Mod Modern Moilerrs Ioti Iotifrn ¬
errs Figure FlguroTho FigureThe Juro Jurofho
The original Uuolo Sam of song andcartoon and andoarloou nulloartooll
cartoon was VI BO different from tho thomodern thomodern themodern
modern figure with its long stripedantaluony striped stripedpantaloons strll1011pnntuloonf
pantaloons antaluony that our readers will bo bointerested bointerosted beinterested
interested to see tho costume as n somo somoof somoof someof
of tho students of history say it should Bhouldbo uhonhlboo
bo In tho trot plooo say those thosoauthorities th080luthorltc8 thoseauthorities
authorities ho honhould should wear a high hat hatslightly hRtslightly hatslightly
slightly bell crowned and of felted feltedfur foltollfur foltedfur
fur Isis shirt should < 1 bo portrayed portrayedwith portrayodwith portrayedwith i
with a I frilled bosom projecting out outpouter outpouter outpouter
pouter fashion and generally with withbroRstpin a abreastpin abronetpin
breastpin in it ills shirt collar should shouldbo
ho high and connected with his shirt shirtHis shirtBis shirtHis
His cravat should bo wide and tied tiedwith tlodwith tiedwith
with a apudding pudding as it was termed in iniorraor informer informer
former times The waistcoat shpald shpaldbe abplJdbe
be a ab bafi ainplo in t Rlobioalted lo breasted affair with withgold withgold Ua Ua01derIl
gold 01derIl or gllt giltbuttons buttons Tko awallbw awallbwId watlo watlot
I t l Id t be bea wide e witk witkThT t + Uk lit litoJfD > r rroilingeollaraa
roilingeollaraa oJfD 1Jar l1iLPQl poinlei 11itflij lipe a aTke
ThT Tit greats great et olifforetioe Urlrebc bet betUncJBa betwiwa betwiwaUncl betweeaUnoliSasa
Uncl UncJBa Saffl M he is and anc1as as ho ttiould bo boHCII holies
lies iti tho pantaloons They should shouldbo < 1 1bo
bo made with a trap door in front frontand trontand frontand
and fitted bolow tho kneo for tho wear I
ing of tho boots outside Those boots bootsbhould bootsIIhould bootashould
should have tassels in front Colored Coloredshirts Oolorodshirts Oolorollsblrtft
shirts wero unknown until about 1829 1829Striped 1829Strlpod 18298trlpod
Striped pantaloons are ro of a compara comparatively oCJmplUI1tivolylato corn para parativoly ¬
tively tivolylato late dato and straps under tho thoboots thoboot8 timeboots
boots woro not known until 18215 18215Thoy 182 182lboy 182r1hoy
Thoy wore a I part of tho pantaloejus pantaloejusand
and woro fastened on tho boot in front frontand frontand frontand
and buttoned under u lllor it Goatees woro woronot woronot worenot
not worn until unt l latu in tho 80sbu NOV NOVTho 11011lho
Tho bu accompanying picture HUOWS HUOWSthe shows ahowstho showsthe
the correct Undo Liam of a century centuryago centuryago conturyago
ago bat time chango and onr good goodundo goo goouoeJo gooduncle
undo with them themGovernor themOovornor thornGovernor
Governor Smith tbo note Executive Executiveof
of Montana advises tho amonding of oftho oftho oftho
tho Stato constitution to provido that thattho thattho thatthe
tho million acres of land owned by the tboState thoState theState
State bo not Hold bat loaned and that thatpersons thatpersons thatpersons
persons residing on these lands bo boexempt hoexcmpt boexempt
exempt from all taxation on personal personalproperty peraonslproporty personalproperty
property and improvements improvementsTbo
Tbo Rev Somebody defines < for a aNow aNow aNow
Now York papur popernewa newa as anything nnythinth
that th t tho general public ought to toknow toknow toknow
know According to that the multiplication multi multiplication multiplication ¬
plication tablo is a highly important importantpiece impnrtlotpleco importantpiece
piece of o news comments tho Louis LouiaviJlo Louisv1J1o Loniavilla
villa CourierJournal Couriet JourneL
I i iWhen
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Baltimore Dail i snore American AmericanPITH AmcrtclnIITH MuerlennPITH
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likoabook like 1 tt hook StollaIIo Stella Ho iaher third thirdvolume tbirllvoJume thirdvolume
volume isnt ho horrntb hoTrntbThe Truth TruthTho
The Footpad Yor money monoyor or yor yorlife yorlife yerliro
life I The Count OOllntuI1ntbnt lint but sair sairI
I shall not married bo o until 10 o next nextmonth noxtmonth nextmonth
month ruoic ruoicFor ruoll PnokFor
For l or goodness sake Katie dont dontnpplnud dontnpplaud tont011ln1I1
npplnud BO luiioh IUllohtho the audience will willthink wIllthiulc willthink
think that you got in on a pass passFliogondo 1 passPliogendo > n8s n8sFliogonllo
Fliogondo Ulnottor UlnottorDaughter HlnottorDIUshtortl BlnottorDaughterMammon
Daughter DIUshtortl DaughterMammon Mamma lmlDn it I must write writeto
to Mr Dray about his extortionate extortionatebill
bill should I say Dear Mr Bray1 Bray1Matnmn Bray
Matnmn lnmmnOcrtuinly Certainly under tho cir circumstances olrOnl11atRI1CeS aircumstaucos ¬
cumstaucosFamous Onl11atRI1CeSFum cumstances cumstancesFamoiiH
Famous Fum ulI Author who has been iu iuvitotl iuvitOlI inviteil
vitotl to dinner to himself himsotfJWhat Whatawrotohod Whata Whatawrotchod a awrotoh0l1
wrotchod menu I I shall take good goodcaro Roollcl1ro goodcare
care not to make any witty remarks remarksFliogondo romarksFliogemlo remarksFliogendo
Fliogondo Blaottur lilaotturMnybellelIattlo BlaotturMaybcllo lllneUerMaybelleIIIttlo
Maybcllo MaybelleIIIttlo Hattlo is to marry Mr MrGoodloy Mr00011l0y MrGcedloy
Goodloy tho noted philanthropistViolotSo philanthropist philanthropistViolet philnntbropiatVioJetSo
Violet VioJetSo So I was told ho was wasengaged wai waiougnRod waaengaged
engaged In a f now charitable project projectPhiladelphia projectPhiladelplda
Philadelphia Bulletin UullotinLady lJulloUnLally BulletinLady
Lady of a Certain Ago AsoI I liko this thlldress thrldrcslI thisdress
dress but it doesnt match m toh my oom oomploxion co coplozlon cotq cotqploxion >
ploxion Candid Friend Obi Obithat0 Obithats Oh Ohthats
thats but a trifle You can alter your yourcomplexion yoaroomplozton yourcomplexion
complexion to snit amitTwinkles Twinkles TwinklesBorgous IBorgousSay I IDorgeusSay
DorgeusSay Borgous Say Fred cant cant10u you lend lendGiJg lont1ao lendmo
ao 10IabaU ltl I shall have some money
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low that Mr OrUtrFin8 Gritty Fine example exampleof umpl umplof
of a soif selfmade mado roan Mrs Tony Ol Y Ben Bendor DenIlor Bent
dor with a faint snitliAb mlffAb I thought thoug thougthere thoughtthoro
there was a horaomndo air Ir about aboaihim aboutJ abouthimJudgo
him himJudgo himJudgoWhoa Judge JudgeWhen J 111 1 RO ROWhon
When n 1 man ingifted fs gmoll with ateb 81obHlowlng agahglowing if ifglowing
glowing vivid imagination that he hocan hecan hecan
can lie back in a 1 dentists chair Close olosohis Closehis lo80hla
his eyes and imagine imll iDo bos in a bar barbord baflIord batbora
bord chair enjoying nn easy shave shavethat 8h0thl1t sheavethat
that man is a novelist novoIl8tOh1 Clips ClipsWhats 01tpsWheats > s sWhnto
Whats tho drat stop toward towludthe towludthedlqe8tiun the thediqcaliou thedigesllon
diqcaliou of the food asked the thatoaohor thetcaohor theteacher
teacher Up wont tho hand of a black blacklinirod blaokhnlrcI blackhaired
haired little follow who exclaimed oxolnimodwith oxolalmedwith exclaimedwith
with eagerness Bite it off o If bite it itoil itoIIAlUorlculJ Ito1IAmorlcaa
oIIAlUorlculJ oil American Kitchen Magazine MagazineIluth l1d MagazineIlnths31to l1zIDO l1zIDOItl1thiibo
Iluth Itl1thiibo 3ho IN H to bo married uoxk uoxkmonth Ilodmuth uoxtmonth
month nndsho will live IIv abroad May
It will ill bo hanl for her parents to toloso toloso tolose
loso bur ItulhOhl Rut b Db I I donk donkknow dontknow 10utknow
know Theyve been trying hard to toIOHO to10RO tolose
lose her ht > r for tho lust tou yoarn yuaraPuuk yuaraPuuklour onrll Puck Puckiour lJuokYuur
lour poor husbands death wan wanvery wnllvrry wasvery
very uiiDXpootoil was it not Mrs MrsVfod MrsWcolltt MrsVcods
Wcolltt Vfod Oh no I looked for tho thoworit thoworAt timeworst
worst You sou poor John stayed fitaycdhomo IIbyolihomo stayedborne
homo three nights in succession tho thoweek thowcukbororo thoweek
week wcukbororo before ho died diedPhiladelphia diedPhiladelphiaNorth Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNorth lJhllndolphiaNorth
North American AmericanBortrdor Americl1nDortrdorYolI AmericanBoardorYes
Bortrdor DortrdorYolI Yo indeed Mrs Hash Hashton H118hton Hashton
ton it was a fino sermon I You would wouldhavo wouldhl1vo wouldhave
have enjoyed it What wan W lt the thetext thetext thetext
text Boarder IJonrderU It was tho passage passagewhich pa88agowhioh passagewhich
which tolls to Us us that wo should not bp bqaulloitous bpHolicitDUs b < J JHollcitOUH
HolicitDUs about what wo havo to eat eatnnd eatnUll eatand
nUll drink driukluok Puok
A Profitable Dream Dreami
It t was a profitable lr08tablo dream that Ocr Gertie Ocrtio Oartie ¬
tie Tresnlor of Knoxville Iowa had hadtho I Itho ftime
tho other night She dreamed that thattin thattin a atin
tin can containing money was buried buriedunder burieduluer buriedunder
under uluer a troo in tho baok yard of her herhomo herbomo herhome
homo aud no distinct < did the tb vision visionRoom visionscorn f sloll sloll8eom
Room that the next day impressed by byit hIIt byit
it she took a spade nnd began to dig
Only a fan 0 inolica bolow the surface eurfuoatho 8urfuotho surfacethe
tho spade struck something hard and anda andmomont
a moment later the lucky girl fished fishedout fl fishedout bed bedout
out n tin can m which was 8000 000 ia 20 20gold 20gold 20gold
gold pieces piecesTho Ilieoellfho piecosThe
The only explanation of how tho thomoney thomonoy themoney
money came to bo thero is that an anuncle anunole aninsole
uncle who waR was1a a miser and who whoformerly whoformorly whoformerly
formerly lived in the house might mighthave mlgMhaTO mighthavo
have placed it there thoroLunaticsArt theroLunatics thereLunatIcs
Lunatics LunaticsArt Art Exhibition ExhibitionPerhaps ExhlbltJoBPorhops ExhibitionPerhaps
Perhaps the moot remarkable art artexhibit ar arclbibit artaxbibit
exhibit in tho world is that of tho tholunatics tbo1l1oaUco tholunatics
lunatics in tho VilleEvrard VilleEfl Ville Evrard rd Asylum in inPurii iaParill inParis
Paris Most of the patients in the thoasylum thea8vlnm theasylum
asylum have bean painters o of > designcrn design
err lll and tho physician in charge in inuugnrated fnuugurato Inaugurateij
uugnrated a salon of their works worksThe workslbo worksThu
The effect on tho minds of the pa paliuutj patiunta 11 11iuutd
liuutj id said to be excellent

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