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- V . A Come Back.
, Netf Editor (to old schoolmate)
It hurts me, old fellow, to wound
your feelings, but really we are so
overstocked with poetry that it's
"useless to read yours. We can ac
cept only what shows unmistakable
, Old Schoolmate Well, just read
that poem and tell me what you
think of it. It may prove better
than yQn imagine.
New Editor (having read the
poem) It is as I feared. 7The poem
snows no promise whatever. It is
? Old Schoolmate' (with a broad
- ,grin-ThatV? just what I thought.
&trs a copy of some verses you wrote
in niy autograph book while we were
at school. London Tit-Bit
At School In 1611.
In 1(511, when Harrow began its
career as a public school, the time
- table was a little stiff. The boys J
were to be in school by "6 of the j
; clock -throughout the yearV and;
wore to stay there till "11 in the
forenoon'' and in the afternoon
'-"from 1 of the clock till G." They
were only to play "on Thursdays
sometimes when the weather is fair
and on Saturdays or half holidays
afteY evening prayer:' For athletic
exercise they were to practice arch
ery, each parent being required to
'na'liow his son "a bow, three shafts,
bowstrings and a bracer to exercise
'shooting. V And the master was to
:seethat noneof the scholars "come
uncombed... unwashed, ragged or
. slovm iikeJV-London Mail.
Ordeal by Battle.
Tlte ordeal by battle introduced
mtafeBnand by William the Con-
yquror died out of usage in Eliza-
-betih A time. But it still remained
the law of the land until 1818, when
ifcgpt fepealed after being resorted!
to by one Thornton. He had de-
ceived and murdered a beautiful girl
named Ashford, and, claiming his
right to wagr of battle, the court
of queen bench was obliged to al
low it. The girlts brother when he
was challenged refused to fight.
The murderer was forthwith dis-chaing.d..---NeWi;
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The King's Spsoch.
Whin William IT. read his last
speech in the house of lord his eye
sight was defective, and the light bx
the chamber was bad. The result
was that he had the greatest diffi
culty in deciphering the manuscript
and floundered honelesslv about.
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pausing indeed at every other word
to muster to his prime minister,
"Whav is it, Melbourne ?" He strug
; gled along in this fashion for
awhile, but at last, completely los
ing his temper, he flashed out at the
j top of
his voice. rD it, f can t
Lighted tapers were immediately
brought in and placed before him,
and then the king, apologizing to
the assemUy for; not having been
able to read the speech before,
harked right back to the first word
and this , time succeeded in going
straight through with his perform
ance to the bitter end.
Thank lit avcn that a little illusion
is left to us to enable us to be use
ful and agTeeahJp: that we don't
know exactly what our friends
think of us: that the world is iiot
made of looking glass to show us
just the figure we are making and
just what is going on behind our
backs! By the help of dear friend
ly illusion we are able to dream that
we are charming and our faces wear
a becoming air of self possession;
we are able to dream that other
men admire ov.r taleiits and our be
nignity is undisturbed; we are able
to dream t!nt we are doing much
good and we do a little, George
von praoHced Chnnin's-
'Ballad In A ? " asked mamma.
"Yes, mother answered the
"Have voa trsLslated your page
"Have you ieaiued
problems in Euohd ?"
i "Yes, moy.nr.'
"And haw vou wcriod sat the
binomial theorem T
"Then go and dust th fining
room Spare Moments.
We are authorized to announce
H. D. ROSS, of Prescott, a can
didate; on the democratic ticket,
for the office of Judge of the
State Supreme Court.
WANTED TO BUY-Over
2,000 acres of land in Apache
county. Who has the land
to sell? See Ove E. Overson,
Northern Arizona Real Estate
and In vestment Co
FOR SALE-Twenty acres of
land, one mile east of Spring
erville, worth $12100 an acre
will sell for $6.00 an acre "if
taken at once. Northern
Arizona Real Estate and In
vestment Co., Ove E. Over
Salt for Sale,
I have for sale good salt -at
Salt Lake, N. M, at 35 cents
per 100 lbs., from 16th day of
June until 16th day of August,
1911; it is well Known that it is
the best salt in the world.
J. Frank Romero.
Take and read the Hbrald
News, .and. always be happy
Pass around some of the good
life to the friends
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate Paulita P. Ortega de
ceased. NOTICE is hereby -griven by
the undersigned, Administrator
of the Estate of Paulita P. Ortegfa
deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vou
chers, within three months after
the first publication of this notice
to the said Administrator at
Concho, Apache County, Arizona,
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Apache.
A. B. Candelaria, Administrator
of Paulita P. Ortega deceased.
Dated at St Johns, this 28 day
of September 1911.
(5-10, 26-10, 11
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BIG MONJBY We want an.
agent in every town; salary andt
Commission; references required;
for full particulars, address Sub-'
scription Dept., NATIONAL
SPORTSMAN, Inc., 75 Federal.
St.; Boston, Mass.
7 FOR SALE-Pour ep
tionally fine residence lots in
the center of the "New Stk
Johns' at a bargain. See Ove
E. OversoNorthern Ari
zona Beaf Estate and Invest
In the District Court of he Fourth Judi-
cial District, Territory of Arizona, inf
arid fontpache-Gounty x
Josef a M. Baca, plaintiff . ,
Benito Baca, Defendant
Action brought in the District Court of
the 4th Judicial District of the Territory
of Arizona,in and for the- County of A
pache, and the complaint filed om the
office of the clerk of said district court
In the name of the Terriory of Arizona
to Benito Baca, defendant, greeting
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in an action brought against
you by the above-named plainiffin th'k
district court of the 4th judicial distric
of the territory of Arizona, in and for A
pache County, and answer the complain,
therein filed with the clerk of this courtt
at St. Johns in said county, wihin twen
ty days after service upon you of this
summons, if served in this said county
or in all other cases within thirty days
thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service, or
judgment by default will be taken against
Given under mv hand and seal of said
district court of the 4th Judicial district
Territory of Arizona, in and the county
of Apache this 19th day of Oct. 111
Gilbert E. Greer, Clerk of said
(Seal) district court
Notice is hereby given that
the duplicate assessment roll qf
Apache county for the year 1911
is now in possession for collec
tion of tax levied. Taxes will
be delinquent" on the THIRB
MONDAY ...of December, nexV
and unless paid oh or before that
day five per cent will be added
to the amount thereof as penalty.
Taxes may be paid at my office
any time during: office hours.
A. B. Gandelaria,
Treasurer and Tax Collector,
By Abel Ortega, :