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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 9, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Ankle proprietor. Danville a. June 9, 1910.the returns Are computed As required by the uniform primaries aet the returns of the Spring Prius any at noon yesterday were publicly computed and canvassed by the county commissioners. The certificate of results shows no Chungo in the totals As printed in the news monday morning with the exception of that of William t. Creasye a vote for stats senator which was found to be old As against 516 votes the total erroneously printed. Party committeemen. The official count showed that in a few of the districts on the democratic ticket an unusually Large number of men were voted for As party committeemen. In several districts there was a tie of votes a condition which very naturally occurs under the present system of voting. It devolves upon the county chairman to decide when a tie occurs which of the men with equal score shall serve As committeemen. The certificate shows the result of votes cast for committeemen As follows Danville. First Ward Thomas g. Vincent and John g. Waite. Second Ward p. M. Kerns. W. H. N. Walker and Samuel Wei liver a tie. Third Ward Thomas Graham and Cornelius Connolley. Fourth Ward Theodore Becker and Fred Wendel or. The townships. Anthony township s. J. Denneau and Allan Watson. Cooper township Alfred Blecher and Philip Boyer. Derry township William Lobach and James b. Pollock. Liberty township h. T. Rank Ami William e. Boyer. Limestone township George Vanordstrand. W. E. Gieger and Frank Cromis a tie. Mahoning township Roy Gass. William t. Dyer John Foust Ami Alfred Mellin a tie. Mayberry township w. C. Vought and j. W. Gear Arr. Valley township Elmer Sidler. Horace Sidler and Oliver Boyer a tie. Washin Touville h. E. Cotner and Heury Moser. West Hemlock township Charles a Alliet and t. M. Wintersteen. He was thankful. A reporter who appreciated the attentions of his Superior. A reporter for a Philadelphia newspaper was sent up the state to act As staff correspondent in an important court trial. It was the reporters first big out of town assignment and his managing editor kept the Telegraph wires Busy with instructions and inquiries. For two Days and two nights the reporter had received a dispatch from his office half hourly and it be pm to get on his nerves. At the end of tie second Day How worked until 2 of clock in the morning a filed his last Page of copy received word that his Story had been received and he went to bed. Just Asho was putting out the Light the hotel Porter appeared with the inevitable tray and the inevitable Telegram. The reporter opened it and read Quot what time does court open in the morning a it was Loo much. Lie in cd the sight of a Telegram. Lie had been fleeing the curse of the dispatches Only to have them pursue him to bed. He sat Down Aud wrote to his office Tho most courteous answer he could compose a court opens at i of clock in the morning. It is now 3. Thank you for waking me in a Philadelphia times. Balzac s Way. Jules Sundeaus relates Tomt Oue time while living in Paris Balzac locked himself up in ids room for Twenty two Days and Twenty two nights refusing to see any one and keeping the curtains closed and the lights continually burning even in Broad Daylight. The Only human being he saw during this time was his servant whom he Raug for when he Felt the need of food and which he washed Down with numerous cups of Coffee. Lie would throw him a Elf on his bed Only when entirely exhausted from Lack of sleep and he remained in Complete ignorance of what was transpiring outside the state of the weather and even of the time and Day of the week. To Only freed himself from Liis voluntary Captivity when he had written the word Quot end it in the last Page of Tho manuscript he began when he entered his prison. Happy thought voice from within the taxicab Bay boo for How much do i owe Yel a seven dollars and fifty cents a Well Shay Back up till be come to 30 cents. That s All i got. A life. 60 years experience patents designs copyrights a. Invention is probably pliant Noble. Antii Munim Tlona strictly confident Tel. Handbook on Patent sent free. Oldest Agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munu amp co. Receive special notice without charge in the scientific american. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Clr cd Tat Loti Quot of any scientific journal. Terms. $8 a year four months in sold by All new dealers. Munn amp co.36,broid� new York Branch office. 025 f St Washington 11. C. Pennsylvania Railroad bulletin. June on the great lakes. Restful delightful interesting and instructive there is 110 trip like that on the great lakes those Inland seas which form the Border line Between the United states and Canada. And june is one of the most charming months in the year in which to take the trip. For Comfort the Fine passenger steamships of the Anchor line have no superiors. As Well appointed As the palatial Ocean greyhounds which plow the Atlantic their schedule allows sufficient time at All stopping places to enable the traveler to see something of the great Lake cities and to View in Daylight the most distinctive sights of the lakes and the scenery which frames them. The trip through the Detroit River and through Lake St. Clair with its great ship canal in the Middle of the Lake thence through Lake Huron the Locking of the Steamer through the great locks at the Soo and the passage of the Portage entry Lake and canal across the upper end of Michigan Are novel and interesting features. The voyage from Buffalo to Duluth covers Over eleven Hundred Miles in the five Days journey. Leaving Buffalo the steamships Juniata Tionesta and oct Orara make stops at Erie Cleveland Detroit Mackinac Island the Soo Marquette Houghton and Hancock and Duluth. The 1910 season opened on May 31, when the Steamer Tionesta made her first sailing from Buffalo. The Anchor line is the great Lake Annex of the Pennsylvania Railroad and the service measures up to the High Standard set by the a Standard Railroad of an illustrated folder giving sailing dates of steamers rates of fare and other information is in course of preparation and May be obtained when ready from any Pennsylvania Railroad ticket agent who is also prepared to Book passengers who May desire to take this trip through the great lakes and Back. Curious training methods. Every baseball player seems to have his own system and some of the met it ods used Ore laughable mud few Are of any practicable value. \ in y a inca Cher who joined a National club a few years ago brought five Gallons of Iron beef Ntuli wine in jugs la his trunk to make him Strong. Cun non Halls thut weigh Twenty live pounds Are used to Roll Over the Ebdo men. Iron rolling pins special bandages a thousand kinds of rubbing oils and lotions ranging from Patent medicines to horse liniments Aud Oil made by boiling Down fishing Worms vibrators of All sizes and shapes Odd Arm Bakers to he superheated with electricity and rubber hands Are employed. Hotel rooms Aro turned into gymnasiums and one of the funniest sights of u year is to sit in a card game with half a dozen players swathed Ilko puffy mummies in blankets sweaters and flannels until they look As if they were starting on an Arctic Magazine. Wellington a coolness. The Duke of Wellington was one Day sitting at his Library table when the door opened and without any announcement in stalked a figure of singularly 111 Omen. A who Are you a asked the Duke in his Short and dry manner looking up without the slightest change of countenance upon the intruder. A i no apollyon. I am sent Here to kill a kill me very a i no apollyon and must put you to Quot billed to do it today a a i am not told the Day or the hour but i must do my a very inconvenient very Busy great Many letters to write. Call again or write me word. I la he ready for Tho Duke then went on with his correspondence. The maniac appalled probably by the Stern immovable old gentleman hacked out of the room and in half an hour was in an Asylum. A legend of february. Ilene is the pretty legend which tells Why february has Only Twenty eight or Twenty ulue Duys. Long ago they say february was a Gambler Aud lie was so unlucky that he soon lost All his Money. other gamblers lie tried to recover it and he said to his companions that if they would lend him some Money he would give them As Security one of his Days. January and March who were naturally associated with him More often than any of the other months accepted his offer and As poor february soon lost the Money which he had borrowed each of them acquired one of his Days. That la Why january and March have each thirty one Days and february has Only Twenty eight in Ordinary and Twenty nine in leap years. Appropriate treatment. The thoughtful Many what would you recommend As treatment for a Niau who is always going around with a poor Mouth the funny fellow Send him to n dentist. Macaulay As a child. Thomas i Abington Macaulay should perhaps have ranked with the Universal geniuses but it is True that his precocious gift was largely in the direction of literature. He read incessantly from the age of three. At seven he Luid composed a very fair compendium of Universal history from the creation to 1800. At eight he had written a treatise destined to convert the natives of Malabar to christianity. As n recreation from tills weighty work he wrote in Tho same year a Romance in the style of Scott in three cantos entitled a the Battle of a Little later came a Long poem on the til a a a by of Olaf Magnus mid a vast pile of Blank verse entitled a a fun Gale a Peen in twelve but be disliked mathematics and did not pass his i i nations in that subject thus staining out among All child prodigies. I. Memory was such that he literally never could forget anything and utter Twenty years could repeat hits of poetry rend Only once. Her one with. The wandering peddle stopped at the Southern Cabin and opened i pack. A Mammy let me show you some sell raising umbrellas a be began. A no use. Nan no use a interrupted the old coloured woman As Sho busied herself about the pot of clothes a icy not use muffin Lak a How about self raising window shades a a Ixo Good Beah Kase Deh ainu to no windows Wuth talking a self raising buckwheat a a Ixo Good to me to eat Cohn Pone. But mister a a a Well Mammy a a if you la Tell me How to Tuhn dose Heah Fouteen bad chill in into self raising Pickan innies ally la to you Friend Foh life Dat a will a news. Spirit Rock. A memorial to an explorer is that in Honor of Jean Nicolet at Menasha. Was. It is a huge Bowlder of Wynne Bago Manitou Stone known As a is Peri Rock a a Aud is mounted on a Plain Pyramid of Sandstone twelve feet High. An inscription relates Liat Nicolet was the first White Man in Wisconsin and that be Mot the Winnebago tribe Aud held tic earliest White Council with 0,000 of its braves. Tho Monument was erected by the City of Menasha and women a clubs of that place. Winning her papa. She when you go to ask papa the first thing he will do will be to accuse you of seeking my hand merely to become Bis son in Law. He yes and then a and then you must agree with him. He a a lot prouder of himself than he is of he did. A did Simkns get any damages in that assault Case a Quot did he my dear fellow you ought to see his a Man without patience is a Lump without Musset. When 8he was t looking. Anxious Mother How do you know or. Jackson is in love with you has he told you so pretty daughter a to but you should see the Way he looks at me when i no not looking at him neither. English Walter which Side of the table do you wish to sit on sir american guest i prefer to sit on a . See Washington special teachers to or via Pennsylvania Railroad june 20 to 24. 1910 $14.80 for the round trip from South Danville covers All necessary expenses Side trip to Philadelphia for full details concerning leaving time of trains tickets and hotel reservations consult ticket agents. J. Wood i ask Enger traffic manager go. W. Boyd general passenger agent.74 eloped with girl of 17 Tho elopement of a 74 year old Man Aud 15 years old girl so Nib impossible to believe Bat snob Are the Ages of a runaway couple that were traced to West Berwick and from there toward this City. Mis. Helen Holloway of Berwick received word from mrs. Beetles humane agent at Wilkes Barre that an aged Man who has a criminal record had induced the girl to leave her Home at Slick Skinny the Duy before she was to be placed in a Good Home. They walked to West Berwick Ami went to the Home of Smith am Lewes a relative of the girl in the Michael addition in West Berwick. About the same time mrs. Holloway received word or. Andrews notified Constable Groh but the pair left before the Constable arrived and eluding the officer went toward Danville. A determined search is being made for the pair. Gatting into moral debt. Philip d. Armour millionaire and philanthropist continually warned Young men against getting into debt lie loved free men and despised slaves. When asked if he admired a certain Brilliant orator he said a the May have a Superb voice and Fino presence but can to you hear the rattle of Bis Chain that Man is not free. He is under moral obligations that demoralize him he is not speaking the deepest thing in his soul and i Haven t time to hear any slave talk. I want a Man to be just As free As i on another occasion be Eald a a done to get into debt i mean moral debt it is bad enough to get into debt Finan daily. There goes a Young Man who is mortgaged. That Young Man is legging it along with a debt and it will take twice As much Power to get him along As the Man without a debt. There Are other debts and obligations that Are embarrassing in their entanglements. Done to get into debt morally my boy done to get into debt so that you May not exercise your Freedom to its the code of Slang. It is rather a Clever notion in a re cent Story to make two americans communicate. With each other by Means of Slang in u Central american Republic at a time when All telegrams Are carefully inspected. If they used Spanish that of course would to immediately understood. If they used enc ish the officials would find some one to translate if. As they bad no cipher code prepared in Advance they could not resort to it. Consequently Tho first american telegraphs to the other american in Quot the great and potent code of Here is n Telegram which slipped through the lingers of the curious Central american officials a Hills nibs skedaddle yesterday per Jack Rabbit Lino with All the Coin in the Kitty and the bundle of Muslin he s Spoony about. Tho Boodle is six figures Short. Our crowd in Good shape but we need the Spon Dulles. You Collar it. The main Guy and the dry goods Are headed for Tho briny. You know what to do. saving the Union. Until to had a National game it was a Lily according to Ellis Parker Butler in Success Magazine to speak of a Loose group of states As a Nat Lou. The people had too much time la which to it it talk polities and whenever they talked politics they became angered and whenever they were angered they wanted to secede or Knock spots off each other. There was no one Groat unifying spirit. There was too much a Maryland my and a Van and not any a Casey it tit a Bat Quot All the animus that is now i reeled at Tho Umpire class was allowed to foment into sectional feeling. A Man from Baltimore and n Man from Boston could not meet and talk in Cunes they had to talk slaves. I in Agine the benighted state of society it is a wonder that the nation lasted until baseball arose in its might und strength to make of us one great people when finished. Busy persons forced to defend themselves from interminable talkers who have Little to say Cun appreciate u hint to which Henry in. Of France once resorted. A parliamentary Deputy called upon him and made a Long speech. The King listened patiently for u time then he decided that his visitor would do Well to condense his remarks. He took him by the hand and led him to where they could see the gallery of the louvre. Quot what do you think of that building when it is finished it will be a Good thing will it not Quot reply a the Man of Many words not guessing what was coming next Quot Well Monsieur that is just the Way with your discourse Quot was the Kings mild witnesses continued from 1st Page. Mit Ted conveying in 1806 the property from Tho Montour Iron and steel company to Tho Reading Iron company including among other things the Ore with mining rights and privileges on the Pursel tract which 2iad been conveyed in the original deed to Waterman amp Beaver in 1862. The first witness called was mrs. William r. Pursel who testified concerning a sink or Cave in at slope to. Lou the North Side of the Public Road about the year 1008, which was filled up by employees of the Reading Iron company. She also testified As to the abandonment of the mine Aud the removal of the building. The next witness called was Raymond Pursel son of William r. Pursel who described the sink at the slope on the North Side of Tho Road which imperilled traffic. He notified or. superintendent of the Reading Iron works who sent employees of the company to the spot who filled up the sink. The company Tore up the Railroad Anil removed the buildings following the june flood in 188�, when the last Ore was mined. Joseph Churm was called to the stand who testified As to the Cave in at the slope Aud the filling up of the same. He was employed by the company and assisted in filling up tie sink. In 1889 a flood occurred which stopped mining although the mine was in Good repair. D. P. Of Llda was called. He helped to fill up the sink at the slope about three years ago. He was hired by e. W. Peters who paid him ten dollars for his work. Charles w. Cook a former employee of the company who worked in the mine described about the time the mining of Ore ceased. Effect of suggestion. It can fill our lives with gladness or with mixer. I there is nothing that plays so important a part la the daily life of men and women As does suggestion cays a ii. Addington Bruce in the Delineator. Mentally morally and to a Large extent physically we Are what to i Are because of its influence. Suggs a thou can make of us saints or criminals. Heroes or cowards. It can lift us from Beds of sickness or doom us to a hopeless invalid ism. It can fill our lives with gladness or with misery. It is a great Force ceaselessly operative Unes capable. But it is n Force that we can nevertheless direct and utilize if we ouly Utu Lerstad its lows and the Inore wisely the More persistently the More thoroughly we use it the in Pulci and healthier we shall be. No Nutter Bow Many setbacks come keep repeating to yourself optimistic Auto suggestions. Repetition is one of the most forceful instruments of suggestion. There is a great truth underlying the familiar saying a was a Man think eth so is moreover you can utilize the Law of repetition to draw from your surroundings beneficial suggestions that will powerfully re enforce your Auto suggestions. You can do so because every detail in your environment is of suggestive value to you Aud although no one can make this environment All that it should be. Nevertheless it is quite within your Power to modify it in such a Way that it will give you it maximum of helpful and a minimum of harmful soldiers Are applauded the grand old men of the grand army of the Republic paraded the Central streets of Harrisburg yesterday. Two thousand veterans of the civil War marching to Drums beating at far slower time than those that cheered them As they were marching from Atlanta to the sea formed a procession that was seen by thousands of citizens who lined the route and applauded the aged soldiers. The procession formed probably a larger gathering of the g. A. Than Harrisburg will Ever again see. On All sides comment was made at the age of the marchers it was apparent that some of them were walking Over the route Short though it was Only by the exercise of some of the bravery that made them victors in their historic engagements. The route was Only Nineteen blocks Long yet at the end of this Short walk some of Tho soldiers that had insisted upon walking rather than surrender to a motor or horse drawn vehicle were tired out. Only a bracing air cooler than could have been expected at this Timo of the year combined with a Short route made Tho procession possible. Although a Small Parade it was the most impressive that has been seen in years. The slow beating of the Drums to accommodate the less Active tread of tiie veterans the Battle torn flags and the manifestations of the latent enthusiasm of the veterans All combined to inspire the reverence of the onlookers. Governor Stuart reviewed the veterans from the porch of the executive mansion Aud it was there that the most impressive scenes of the Parade wore observed. There every Flag from the latest with the full quota of stars to the shredded remnants of an Emblem carried through the War to preserve the stars and stripes As it was then was dipped and the chief executive uncovered As it passed every Soldier raised his hat some wit i great Effort or held his walking stick at Salute with an increase of the martial spirit that put More life into his tread for a half Block or carried two bodies the 10 26 passenger train on the Pennsylvania Railroad yesterday morning was a veritable funeral train bringing As it did by a most singular coincidence Tho bodies of two of our former townsmen Joseph Hale and Harry Harris to this City Foi burial accompanying the remains were a Large number of friends and relatives of the departed ones. The arrival of the train with the bodies and the influx of sombre garbed figures together with the mourners from this Vicinity gathered at the station All combined to make a scene of sorrow Seldom seen at a Railroad station. Accompanying the remains of Joseph Hale an account of whose death at Shamokin on sunday appeared in these columns were friends Aud relatives to the number of forty five. Lincoln Post no. 140, g. A. R., of Sha Taokiu of which the deceased was a member sent As representatives Jerry Logan and Jefferson Hoover. Funeral services were held at Sha Iii of in on tuesday evening the Rev Brooks pastor of the second method 1st Church of that City officiating. Rev. Brooks also conducted the ser vices at the grave. The funeral party proceeded immediately by trolley Iii two cars from the train to the reformed cemetery where interment was made. The pall bearers were Samuel Lunger. J. H. Hunt j. L. Shannon Joseph Miller Jacob Sloop and Henry Kramer All members of Goodrich Post no. 22, g. A. R., of this City. Tho remains of Harry Harris who lost his life in a Railroad Accident at Youngstown Ohio were accompanied to this City by or. And mrs. Fred Rubinan and miss Jennie Harris the two latter being Sisters of the deceased. Interment was made in Odd Fellows cemetery the Rev. Edward Haugli ton pastor of Christ memorial Church officiating. The pall bearers were Thomas Bedea w. W. Davis John d. Jones and George l. Rowe. Peculiarities of the opossum. The american opossum is one of the most curious animals living in the United states. It is the ouly one that carries its Young in a Pouli like the Kangaroo. It is the ouly animal that can feign death perfectly. It is remarkable for banging by its tall like a Monkey. It has hands resembling those of a human being. Its snout is like a hogs while its Mouth is liberally furnished with Teeth. Its eyes Are like a rates Aud it hisses like a Snake. A merited rebuke. At the age of eighty six mine. Reynolds still found much zest in life and. Having retained nil her faculties she Felt that a few of the physical disabilities of her age were of Small account and portended nothing. Her Nephew Thomas was a Man of much Worth but of a certain tactless Ness of speech which always roused the ire of ids aunt. A few weeks before the old lady a eighty seventh birthday Thomas who Hail been Over weighted with business cares for years started of n trip round the world which was to consume two years. A a in be come to say Goodby a he announced w Hen he appeared at ills aunts House in a town fifty Miles Distant from his Home. A a in a starting round the world next week mid is in a to be gone two years and perhaps longer i thought i might not every Well you understand i wanted to be sure to see you once the old lady leaned Forward fixing him with lick he Duke eyes. A Thomas a she said imperatively Quot do you mean to Tell me the doctor does no to think you la live to get Back a a youths companion. Origin of Commerce. Commerce the International traffic in goods As distinct from Domestic traffic was undoubtedly originated by Tho wonderful Little people known in history As the phoenicians. The a Yankees of Antiquity Quot the phoenicians traded with various Peoples Long before the other nations had crossed their respective frontiers. All along the shores of the Mediterranean and up the coast of the Atlantic is far North is the British Isles their ships were to be found leaving their manufactures and wonderful dyes and bringing Back to Tyre tin Wool and such other articles is paid them to Deal in. Creating the merchant Marine so Long ago that history gives us no account i of it the phoenicians and their colonists the carthaginians held it until it pasted on to Greece and Rome and later Toug to the republics of modern York american. A scotch anti Golf Law. J Scotland is everybody knows is the land where Gull originated and the i land where it most flourishes. But if Tho Law wore strictly enforced North of the Tweed it would go hard with the players of the Royal game in a i Ide Golf players there May not know it but they arc liable to a a sentence of death for their to mull r a in their favorite sport. Technically this is literally a fact. In no Lieut times when Scotland always had work for her Sollers to do. All Young men were required to perfect themselves in Archery. They preferred to play Golf and so serious a rival did the game become that it was for a time suppressed and made a capital offence. That curious Law never has been repealed and May still be found of the statute Book. There seems to to no record however of the Law Ever having been enforced new Magazine to be devoted to stories will be issued free of Cost to readers of the North american. Little by Little. The Young wife showing her furl Ture a Here s the rocking chair for the parlor in t it just Lovely mrs oddly rather critical Yin but i Don t see any rockers dear. The Young wife of Boliere next Mouth. You see we Are buying the chair on the instalment plan and we Haven t paid for the rockers Francisco chronicle. Josh Billings used to say that when a Man begins going downhill All creation seems greased for the occasion. One of Tho most notable advances in the history of american publications is to to taken on june 21. On that Date Tho Philadelphia North american will begin the publication of a genuine High class monthly Magazine to be issued without Cost to its patrons. The contents will to mainly fiction a stories of love and adventure pathos humor character action anti sentiment. They will to written by authors famous in the Magazine Field. So great is the demand for the North american of sunday june 12, that thousands Are placing special orders with new dealers to make certain of receiving the first number of the new Magazine. A japanese custom. On the anniversary of a japanese boys birthday his parents present Idun with a huge paper fish made of n painted bag with a hoop of proper dimensions forming the Mouth. A string is tied to the hoop and the fish is hoisted to a pole of the roof of the House. Then the wind Rushing through causes the fish to swell out to the proper size and shape and gites it the appearance of swimming in the air. A japanese boy carefully preserves every fish thus give to flu one can Tell by the number of them that swim from the same pole How Many birthdays the Little fellow has had. Cause for rejoicing. Quot Here a said the disgruntled actor. A i done to want this part. If i play it ill have to die in the first Quot Well a replied the manager a what Are you kicking about you die a natural death done to you if you got a Chance to come on in the second net you a get a Chicago record Herald. Literal. Rummy Robinsons yes mum once for a whole year i turned me Back of Likker. Kind lady a my Noble Man what were you doing it Tho time Rummy Robinsons driving a Brewer s Dray tit bits. The end in View. Ella Why do you let him Call you by your first name Stellar i want to it encourage him to help me get rid of my inst transaction. A i like do pen Ranco of Dat Turkey mighty Well a Sakl or. Johnson after a Long and Wistful study of the Bird. The Dusky Market Man seemed strangely deaf. A How could in what arrangements could a puss on make Dat wanted to buy Dat Turkey a or. Johnson Usk Tsi after a pause. A easy terms a a outre a said the mar Ketman briskly. A you get him by menus of a note of a a note of repeated or. John son brightening up it once. A do you mean 1 writes it out and pays some time when Quot a but his Hope in this glorious Prospect was rudely shattered by Tho Market Luau. A a note of hand Means la Dis he said with disheartening clearness a Dat you bands to a two Dollar note or. Johnson and 1 hands you de Turkey in response to Dat first and last words. Quot Why do we pay so much attention to Tho last words of great men Quot a possibly because their first words no All i Lerold. All is not lion that roars. A negro was arrested for stealing Coal and employed a lawyer of Louth oratorical voice to defend him la a Justice court. Quot that lawyer could Roar like a Llou Quot the negro said. Quot i thought he was going to talk that judge off the Beuch Aud that jury out of the Box. 1 got one continuance and hurried up to Burn All that Coal and hide the Evl Deuce. Then a ame the Day of my trial that roaring lawyer went up and whispered to the judge. Then he came Back and whispered to me a a a you better Send that Coal Back of you la go to a a a Kansas City Star. Rush that worked. Roundsman How did you keep ail of those girls from re slug out of the moving picture show when the lights went out policeman it was dead easy. When they started to Rush i said a a that a right old ladies first a Aud the Way they held Back was a news. Got on his nerves. Frugal North Irlton la his first experience of a tax by Here Mon Stop i Hae a weak heart. I Canna stand that hang t wee machine of yours Markin up bae punch. Device to displace rubber tires. George West bughouse of Pittsburg has invented a device called the air Spring to supersede the pneumatic tire. Tho air Spring is a series of plungers working on air cushions plated under Tho Corners of the Frame of a vehicle. Each Spring for a automobile is a Cyl Lucr about three inches in Diame ter and ten inches Long. It is said but or. Westinghouse that an no Tomoti fitted with solid steel tires anti with Tho air Springs rides More easily than does Tho rubber tired automobile of t a Day. A reliable remedy for Catarrh Ely s Cream Bairn is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at once. It cleanses soothes heals Aud protects Tho diseased membrane resulting in a Catarrh Aud drive away cold in the Licad qui . K the houses of Tate and smell. Full it i co Eta. At druggists or by mail. Lieu i Cream Balm f r to in at quiz is 75 Ely Brothers. 56 Warren , new Yor. A i a a is Tabule doctors find a Good prescription for Mankind. The s cent packet �8 enough for Usu occasions. The family bottle 60 cents contains a Supply for a year. All druggists

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