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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - March 28, 1901, Danville, Pennsylvania 11vi k table Penn \ Vii a East. Vuk a a 7.13 . . 10.17 a a a in h m i p. M. A m a a Quot ? it la sunday ill. 17 a. M. 4a3 . L. A. A w k. H. East. T�.5o a. M. In in a a ii p. M. a a w est. A a a. M. 13.47 p. M. 4.36 a a s.20 a a sum ave. S 36 a. M. 0. La p. M. It 17 p. M. 8.30 a a Phil a be Adi Sci k. K North. Rodth. 7.32 a. M 11.25 a. M. 4.0u p. M. 0.05 p. M. Bloom it Kkt 7.31 a. M 11.28 . 4.02 p. M rj.04 p. M . J. 8wki8fokt, surgeon dentist,1 Ornez Mill St., opposite the Post a a me. Operative Ami mechanical dentistry car Lully performed Teeth positively extract�.1 without h Lias Ether awful chloroform treat Iii amp cd Pilling Teeth . Yen. 14 ask. Wirt attorney at Law. Office Over Pauless drug store Montgomery building la Street Danville. A j. J. Brown the Eye a specially eyes tested treated fitted with glasses and artificial eyes supplied. 811 Market Street Bloomsbury a. Hours�?110 a. In. To 5 p. In. Telephone 1438. The commuter. Hew he spends he flour Dally Railroad travelling. The much abused suburbanites whom the cartoonists picture As coming to the City every morning from a a a lost Many a Lane a Quot pm burst by the trolley and other places with equally suggestive names Are an interesting class individuals. The transient element the City a population spends several hours every Day whirling Over the railroads. When the Novelty these daily bits railroading Lias passed into the Monotony years travel through the same country the commuter has Learned to make the Best the time to spends the train. The a card fiend is a prominent figure in Liis class. Both morning and evening four five a games cards Are going in every smoking car and it is Safe to say that thousands dollars change hands in this a innocent amusement while the players Are hurrying to from business. Nert to the a card Sharp is the Man who Only enjoys his Cigar and paper he is oblivious to All Lils surroundings and Only shows animation when he is at his journeys end. Many the policies and plans Flome this City a most successful business men have been born developed these trains. The Short respite Between the Bustle the City and the cares Home life is to this Type Man a season for meditation. Another interesting commuter is the individual who �9 Good terms with All his Fellows. Lie travels up and Down through the car exercising Bis repertory latest jokes sympathizing with some gloomy looking Friend who thinks that All the world is against him. He seems to never grow weary in his Well doing. The train life the commuter is now and then enlivened by wrecks. Though tossed about and sometimes Cut and bruised he generally escapes serious injury. Such experiences As these be considers the spice and colouring Bis York mail and express. Color Gold coins. J judged by a i his coat i -4 reason for differences in slut coins French militant. A some time ago a Frenchman placed together n number Gold coins French mintage the beginning Middle and end the last Century. Lie was much surprised to see that they differed in color. He set about finding out the reasons for this difference and the results ids investigations have been published in la nature. There is a paleness about the yellow the 10 and 20 franc pieces which Bear the effigies Napoleon 1 and Louis xviii that is not observed in the Gold places later mintage. One admirer these coins Speaks their color As a a Beautiful paleness and expresses regret that it is lacking in later coins. The explanation it is very simple. The Alloy that entered into the French Gold coins those Days contained As much Silver As Copper and it was the Silver that gave the coins their interesting paleness. The coins the Era Napoleon Iii were More Golden in Hue. The Silver had been taken out the Alloy. The Gold coins today have a still warmer and deeper luge yellow. This is because the Paris mint As Well As that in London melts the Gold and the Copper Alloy in hermetically sealed boxes which prevents the Copper from being somewhat bleached As it always is when it is attacked by hot air. So the present coins have the full warmness tint that a Copper Alloy can give. If the coins today Are not so handsome in the opinion Amateur collectors As those issued by the first Napoleon they Are Superior to those either the Napoleons in the fact that it costs less to make them. The double operation the oxidation the Copper and cleaning it off the surface the Coin with acids is no longer employed and the Large elimination Copper from the surface the coins formerly practice made them less resistant under Wear and tear than Are the coins now in circulation. A . Foggy it Isnit such a difficult thing to read character by the handwriting. I believe i can do it myself. Basso Well try your skill that letter i received a Short time ago. What do you say to that foggy in the first place the writer d a very a womanly woman. Basso How do you come to that com delusion foggy none the words Are under transcript. Night was her terror a i would Jongh nearly All night Long writes mrs. Chas. Applegate Alev Aidria. Ind., and could hardly a t Tiv sleep. I bad consumption so bad the if i walked a Block i would com n frightfully and spit blood All other medicines failed three $1 00 bottles . King s new discovery wholly cured me and 1 gained Quot it a pounds its absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs. Colds la Grippe Bron Chiti Sand All Throat and lung troubles Price 50c and $1.09. Trial bottles free at Paules amp is drug store the smooth faced Chubby looking Man 40, whose Long and fashionably Cut overcoat was ornamented with a heavy Mink Collar and equally heavy Mink cuffs entered the smoking car at Philadelphia deposited his bag in the rack overhead and As the ear was somewhat Chilly kept his overcoat while he pulled out a pretty Good Edgar and started in the enjoyment a smoke. The Man in the seat across the Nisi seemed to he pretty comfortable owing to the attention head been paying to Bis big Silver flask since the Ltd the train from new York an be u he saw tin smooth faced genial 1 hiking Man with the fur trimmed overcoat he handed the task Over to him saying a have a pull at that chum. Its Chilly in a thanks a said the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat smiling amiably a but in be just had after awhile a flashy looking Chap came in from one the Day coaches and took a seat alongside the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat. Lie sized up the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat out the Tail Liis Eye lit a Cigar and inquired his seat mate a Well How Are they running for you picking the winners a a i done to believe 1 quite catch your meaning a said the Man with the fur Collar and cuffs Good Nat redly. His questioner grinned. A nah. Come he said bantering by. A i mean Are you nailing the babes that Are getting Over the plate first a a still a said the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat a i think i fail to apprehend a ooh quit your moshing a said his seat mate. A Are you playing the ponies that Are running at san Francisco at new Orleans and How re you making out a. A ooh. Now i think i understand you a spill the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat beaming. A the running horses i take it you allude to Well i am not a playing them As you put it at a passed the game up Eli a said his seat mate. A Well i can to say that i have really seeing that i never did engage in the practice wagering Money horse races a said the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat quite amiably. A a it a a practice which i scarcely his seat mate pulled out a flask and offered it to the smooth faced genial looking Man. A hit this up. Its the right goods a he said cordially. A i think not a said the Man with the fur trimmed overcoat quite beam ugly. A aside from the fact that in be just eaten i done to use spirits in any a nah say pal Cut out that stringing a said his seat mate. A anybody could see that you re a dead game All right by your make up. Like to join in a Little game hearts seven up even 10 rent limit poker just to pass the time away i can soon get a Bunch Fellows a Well a said the Man with the fur Collar and cuffs a i hardly think so today. I never play a say now i know you re a Kidder a said his seat mate. A you done to expect me to Swallow a Coin like that do you that you done to Ever hit up the old red Eye juggle the pasteboard put a Little piece change the ponies when you be got a front you like that Man with a coat like you re wearing a the Man with the suspected overcoat smiled. A my Friend a said he a permit me to put you right. I am a minister the gospel and i live in Baltimore. My own overcoat was stolen from me in a hotel in Philadelphia yesterday and one my Philadelphia friends who is somewhat addicted to things this world loaned me the overcoat you now see me wearing until i can have another one made. Tut tut no harm done. Done to mention it Here Are my card and the address the Church in Baltimore which i am Rector and if at any time you should feel like renewing your spiritual strength while you Are sojourning in Baltimore i should he delighted to have you Call upon me. Era come to think it my cd dense was in the overcoat that was stolen from me. But never mind. You shall find me whenever you feel disposed to seek the Consolation religion and a but Nat Goodwin a seat mate had already lied in dismay into the coach whence he had come and the comedian unfolded a dramatic weekly and was soon imbedded in the doings the Herald. The stylish girl is the one whose clothes seem made for her and her alone. She will take the commonplace hat her perhaps prettier sister Ami place it her Hen a with a Pat two transforming it until the neighbors swear it is imported. Her frocks May be Plain Niel cheap but they Are worn with an indefinable air which makes the costly velvet her neighbor look cheap and tawdry. Everything in her wardrobe partakes her individuality. Even the rough hat she wears for Outing hangs the hat rack with a sort Jaunty Grace and the fuzzy storm Cape which she dons in wet weather looks More Perky and distinguished than its neighbor a Sealskin which does not belong to a stylish girl. It is some vague Power discrimination which enables her to select from the millinery remnant Sale that very bit headgear which will make every other girl look at her and better still envy her. If she he a millionaires daughter she is inevitably the Belle the season and makes by far the Best match. If she is a showgirl who Sells laces and rib Lens by the Yard she Lias the smoothest and be to groomed Coil hair in Days smooth at variance. A a there a a whole lot difference a remarked the freckled fanatic a in wishing you were dead and wishing you were in Indianapolis us u. Yard was once any stick Rod pole. The expression is still used with this meaning when applied to various parts a ships equipment As Yardar sail Yang Aud the like. A Wise Man thinks before he Speaks hut a fool Speaks and then thinks what he has been saying. Strikes a Rich find. 1 was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility. Writes f. J. Green Laucas ter. N. In a no remedy helped me until i began rising electric bitters which did me More Good than All the Ionedi Cines 1 Ever used. They have also kept my wife m excellent health for years. She says electric bitters Are just splendid for female troubles that they Ana grand tonic and invigorate for weak run Down women. No other Medicine a a an take its place in our family a try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by Paules amp co druggists. The sporting world. Jimmy Ithan who for 18 years Lias been a member the Fhi Eago baseball club has at last left the Windy City for Good an 1 be Oine part owner manager Captain and Center fielder the St. Paul team the Western league. George eau Usu who secured the St. Paul franchise will be Kyana a i partner. At the close last Ason Kyau stated that he would not other year with the 1 a his that he was sick and tired a a a it bling that had been going Pic be Many years. By the departure Ryan Chicago has lost one the most Brilliant players who Ever wore a uniform. Al people the Day. Twice Carter ii. Harrison has been elem to my mayor Chicago and now for the third time he has received his party a nomination for that office. At the recent democratic City convention he was selected by acclamation. The a a senator James Ryan though 18 years in the big league Ryan played As Good a game last year As Ever. His batting might not have been quite so Good but when bits were needed he made them. In one respect Jimmy Ryan held All left handed fielders Safe and. Almost All the right handed ones too for that matter. In a throw to the plate he was As accurate As if he carried the Ball to the Catcher. This is remarkable. Fielders who throw with their left arms Are Seldom sure. The Ball takes varied shoots and is almost As liable to go to the Ali in first base Man As the Catchot. Not so with Ryan. He could a hand the balls to the Catcher from any part the Field. His , too. And Many a runner who attempted to score an Outfield Fly to Ryan was a a buried at the plate. Carter h. Ii Arkison. Convention also adopted a Resolution favouring municipal ownership Public utilities. Or. Harrison since his first election As mayor Chicago has been a pronounced advocate municipal ownership and operation Street railways. R \ for the Farmer t a a it it Harvard a a a Ilo Wink tank. Harvard has a novel rowing tank which is the result faculty and College study and is a Marvel ingenuity. By it the Harvard oarsmen have almost perfect rowing exercises and training indoors. The scheme is the development professor Hollis the engineering department and chairman the athletic committee and his class. He put the subject before Bis class As a problem. The scheme is based the in la a that the water in the old rowing tanks offered too much resistance and dead weight. Professor Hollis Aud his class could not make the boat shoot ahead to Lessen this resistance As a Shell the River does so they have arranged propellers run by electric motors at the Bow the a boat a with supplementary tubes Aud machinery so that the water rushes by the boat at a Good rate with the oars. Beneath the boat Are a pair circular deflecting planes so that the water returns under the boat after passing Down the sides. The imaginary boat support for the eight sliding seats is placed in the Center the tank. The water rushes from the Bow Down the sides to the Stern so that the men pull with it Aud goes Back under the boat. As a result this the men Are pulling with the moving water. Naturally they pull faster than the water so that there is resistance to the oars Aud the harder and faster they pull the More the resistance. In the statue Way when a Shell is Rushing through the water the men Are pulling water which is Rushing by them in the same direction this tank water. The tank is Concrete 83 feet Long by 28 feet wide. 30 inches water in it. The seats Are a rectangular wooden Box supported from the Bottom. Ilni Ket Pitnu a growth. Basket Ball in the colleges Lias enjoyed an unprecedented growth this season. This is not merely True because Yale Harvard Princeton University Pennsylvania Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Bucknell and state arc All in Liue but it is general throughout the country. All Over the new England Eastern and Middle states the colleges with but few exceptions Are taking an Active interest in the game. A great majority have representative teams and in the remainder the sport is Cou fixed to inter class games. There have been disadvantages to overcome in organizing representative College teams which do not apply to any the other College sports. The principal one is that the use the gymnasiums for practice by such teams can be had Only at Odd and inconvenient times. Without plenty Opportunity for team practice a team cannot Hope to make a successful showing. Then again the game had not been officially recognized by colleges prior to Liis season the same As other sports and Liis in itself caused Many the most promising men in the colleges to refrain from taking part in the game. This difficulty is gradually being overcome and it seems to be Only a question time when general recognition is bound to come As is evidenced by such action the part Harvard Princeton and Cornell within a comparatively Short time. This Means that Ere Long there will be intercollegiate games Between teams representing the big colleges the same As in football and baseball. In fact some games this character have been played quite recently Aud More Are scheduled to follow. Lord Curzon calculates that the famine has Cost about 750,000 lives in India though a much smaller number died directly starvation. Let the boy sleep. We were talking with a 80-year-old Farmer Friend lately and he said that when he was a boy Oil the old farm Back in York state his father always made him get up at 4 clock in the morning whether there was pressing work to be done not the father do ing this because in thought it was Good discipline for the Hoys. We want to enter a protest against this sort Ltd pm Elty As being in an manner necessary either for the boys the old Man. In a general Way it is i Mger necessary to �1 farm work by lamplight. Let the boys sleep and a w Strong till 8 clock at least. A cd lie n forget what an ordeal it is for a boy to in routed out bed before lie wakes up naturally. There Are better ways disciplining a Hoy than Thi -. A horrible outbreak. A it it Large sores my Little daughter s Lead developed a into a ease scald Neady write a. D Isbill Morgantown. Tenn., but Boeklen s Arnica Salve completely cured her. It s a Guaran teed cure for eczema. Tetter Salt Rheum. Pimples. Sores. Ulcer and piles. Only 25c at Paules it amp co s drug store. The Len la Ern in orator. A i have often heard the emperor William ii Public a writes one Bis subjects a professor in Bavaria. Quot he does not hide the fact that Many occasions he has had cause to regret his words the previous evening. No matter he is a Brilliant orator. He knows it too. Ideas crowd in his mind and phrases to express them abound in his Mouth. His voice appears Sharp. It is nut that really but simply what one might a All Scheidig decisive determined. Lie Speaks in abrupt sen Tei ices which he punctuates regularly with a gesture his right a gesture without a Ither Grace elegance but Jerky and energetic. His left hand invariably remains riveted the Hilt his sword and his not fully developed is closely pressed to his six be. When the emperor is going to speak his physiognomy reflects a succession Huper us curious to watch. His feature. I Mobile and even rigid at first i mediately he opens ids Mouth. I Honing. As it were plays Over lbs a. Grgetic face his eyes sparkle i a fascinating radiance and his Upp a i v. So beautifully formed reveals every other moment two rows dazzling v Ite Teeth. Everything he says a i m h a profound sense con victim. I i a at lies such Zeal that his listeners Are worked upon the location the Well the farm is the greatest importance says the american cultivator. In i any instances the Farmer starts his Well near the buildings and Yards and selects the lowest Point As a location with the idea that he will not have to dig As deep As he would upon higher land. This is often a mistake As we know several places in a Village where the Wells near the top the Hill Are not As deep and Are not As much affected by a drought As those the lower land at the foot to hts Hilj though there May be 50 100 feet difference in the Elevation. But the chief objection to the Well the Low ground is that it receives the surface a Ira Inage from tin higher land and thus the water soon becomes so contaminated As to be unfit for use either by the family tin animals for to in health a they must have pure water. In these Days driven Wells a pipe Oan often lit sunk the highest gravel Knoll Saud Hill the farm More cheaply than in the Low land and when water is reached it is pure and will continue so because the surface water runs away from it and not toward it. If a Windmill is erected the wind Power is better and by tank and pipes water can be brought to House barn Aud Yards carried to irrigate the Garden and Strawberry bed in a Way to make it doubly pay for itself first in saving daily hard labor at the pump and next in increased crops by having a water Supply when needed. Municipal lighting. J. School savings ban amps. To la a mayor Ohio town says in an Llu Doi it at a profit. Tin town Lakewood o., Lias owned and rated its electric Light Plant since 1396. About three years ago the trustees became alarmed at the High rates charge for Street lighting and a determined that the town should own it own Plant. The Plant was constructed at a Cost $20.000. The following table will show the operating expenses for the six months dec. 1. Ib97, to May 31, 1898. Inclusive. These months being Winter month the expense a if Coal and operating exp uses were larger than the average Foi the whole year. All estimates Are a seven lion run interest pm at 0 per cent for six months. $g00 a pc depreciation figured at 5 per cent a Yuu 0 total Cost operating for six months 1,213 amp Cojo 1. I .03 get size in Homes. Some the classes at our horse shows and some the prices paid for winners in these classes Are very misleading to the average breeder. We refer to classes for Small horses say 15.1 hands less says the National Stockman. Phenomenal horses so far As conformation and action Are concerned rave been developed for these classes and High prices have been paid for them. But the breeder must not conclude from this that horses the same size Are generally scalable at remunerative prices for they Are not. The High priced Little horse is a rare exception the fair priced Little horse is not numerous and the Low priced Little horse his name is legion. The average horse the regular Market must have size. Get every other Good Quality and Lack this and nine times out ten the breeder the animal will have to sell him cheap. But get the other Good qualities and size and the horse pays for Liis Oats every time. Let the ranges furnish the Small horses. They can do it cheaper than the Farmers can. Total expense t2,34d number a if lights operated. Tic Cost a Ltd one Light for six months $30 1 Cost a f one Light for one year. Number hours operated. Cost a 7 7s lain pm per hour. Co t per lamp per hour. C capacity Plant. 200 arc lights and 1,500 . It 1< borne in mind the Cost operating a Large Plant is not nearly As heavy As the Cost operating a Small Plant. Mayor thy r m i l t h 3 other Day a we Are i 11 i. 1 w Atli our lighting Plant. We Are arranging to Supply Power to Consumers for lighting and commercial purposes. We have just placed a Dynamo in our Plant which will Supply 1,500 incandescent lamps. After our arrange Are All perfected we expect to pay All a it expenses from the income from Consumers. Municipal franchises. Ten cd. A by in a. �1 from Rush la to France. It is announced that Charlemagne a Tower United states ambassador at the court St. Petersburg is to be transferred to the United states embassy at Paris. General Horace Porter the present ambassador at Paris Charlemagne Tower. Desires to retire. The climate re Petersburg does not agree with . Towers health hence his change to Paris. Charlemagne Tower was appointed minister to Austria in 1897 Aud was advanced to the ambassador shop at St. Petersburg in 1s99. He is a native Philadelphia and is 53 years age. Ii Len Gould a i inn la make. Miss Gould has a interesting Little handshake says one who knows. She has evidently Learned that to protect and preserve her own hand when giving it to hundreds others she must do most the shaking herself. She takes the proffered hand firmly in her own at about Elbow level Bolds it there for an instant then raises it quickly in an almost exactly perpendicular line then suddenly releases it. She looks directly into the eyes the person she is meeting and probably not one in a Hundred passes without carrying with him the conviction that the Jolly faced Young woman he has just left sincerely enjoyed the meeting. Root crop. In England the Root crop for Stock feeding has been Aud yet is considered greater importance than the Hay. Crop. Not the sheep expected to feed upon the turnips from the time when they Are Large enough but turnips and a Mangels Are no Small part their feed from the time they begin to make growth until the next Spring when the roots Are exhausted. The English Farmers claim that they can grow five times the weight roots to the acre and that a Pound Hay fed with roots is much More value than when fed alone because More perfect digestion. We always tried to have some roots for sheep and Young Stock in the Winter but that was before the Days silos and ens Ilage. Hortop Terina i at will. During lire re Cut meeting the National municipal league at Indianapolis a paper was Lur a j a municipal ?/1 but a i i a. Riu Bardson. In discos in r Richardson a paper mayor .1 a a it i i j a a to said �?o1 feel constraint d to aunt Cue myself As being to any Grant municipal Fra a i Esfi any purpose wha Tiv a and 1 take this position As a iter Prius ill Frai h i Hildren habit Economy ail i Ruu Lily. It. Does not need reference to the Well known Maxim a just As the Twig is Bent the tree inclines a to show the importance inculcating frugal saving habits among children says the Chicago news. Practically however in most schools this is a matter Precept Only Ami even that is. Not inmost cases made prominent by proper insistence. A the difference such habits wisely directed May bring about in the Livet children is certainly vast enough to make tin subject inculcating habit a if Thrift and Economy a feature the Public schools. This has been done in. Many the schools the City by the establishment the Penny savings Bank system through the air a and co operation the teachers and certain Banks. The system is so arranged As to require but Little time the part teachers and principals. The tilt in school up to last june had savings amounting to $400,.the system having been in operation since March 22 last. One to Ltd immediate and Gratifying results in that school the saving habit according to the principal a been the practical abolition gum chewing and cigarette smoking re faults in themselves Worth All the extra time and attention Given by the teachers to say nothing the Benefit financially and physically to the children themselves. Of course the re is danger in some cases developing miserly inst Al Wise habits but sue i instances will be rare while the general Good will be great once children Are taught that in they take care a if the pennies the Dollar will take care themselves. The american people live better and waste More than any other people the Globe. Heretofore the Economy made necessary in older countries has been disregarded in America. Rut that condition things is changing and the Public schools should be the first to take note the change and prepare a it by inculcating habits frugality and Wise Economy. We sent into Chicago recently aug i bad a Friend buy for us a Pound straight Ole Margarine which w As sold to him As a Rock River Creamery butter 1 ,�?~,�?T�j�ta�utbat7l.� 20 cents it i a i la a . Frmic liaises to private Man a As served with a Pound rations to i Nimister a Creamery from tie same Box at to a City a social necessities is As wrong a Pound. On a a a in scientific theory As it is mischievous Aud destructive a what is by St in municipal life in practice. The whole idea granting special privileges to a few people to make profit off All the rest the people is undemocratic and consequently is opposed to and stands in the Way Progress toward the realization our loftiest Aud Best ideals the Equality All men before the . Edward w. Bemis Tho University Kansas said Tho tendency was toward Shorter franchises Aud All should that seems As inseparable a part As it. Curved the Best Western extras Creamery butter were set lying i Chicago at wholesale at 29 cents. Oleo costings i cents a Pound to make can hardly be properly called a a poor Many a butter when it is faked off in in this manner and at these prices. The woman a hotel. It really looks As though the woman hotel were going to be built. Of course there is still a Little doubt about it be revocable at will. Apple growing. When apples Are grown for profit the Best authorities agree that no other crop should be grown the land. Clean Anil should be kept tip from Spring until Midsummer a lieu a cover crop Clover Winter Vetches Alfalfa if the land is too thin for legumes Oats Rye May be sown to bold the soil during Winter. If apples Are Only a Side Issue Well fertilized Hoed crops such As potatoes Beans and Garden vegetables will keep the soil in order and not exhaust it unduly. It would be Well to Experiment with the earliest varieties Cowpens putting them in in Early june. Oats and peas and Corn do Well for cattle and rape for hogs and sheep. A Kural new yorker. Your Box in ninth. When you received a Box water eolo paints As a Holiday gift did you Stop to amp think that the whole world had been searched to furnish you with those Little cakes color Vandyke Brown is an Earth from Tassel in Germany. From the neighbourhood Siena in Italy comes n transparent yellow ocher which is called raw Sienna and when it Lias been subjected to heat it takes the name Burnt Sienna. Raw umber is an Earth from Umbria in Italy. The madder Plant is now cultivated a great scale in France Holland and Turkey for the Sake the colors Rose madder Brown madder Carmine madder and others obtained from it. Other pigments vegetable origin Are Gamboge from the pm a tree that grows in Ceylon and Indian Lake Frim the resin a if another kind tree native to Bengal and Siam. Sepia is obtained from the cuttlefish Carmine is derived from tin cochineal insect Prus a Iun Blue is obtained from horses hoofs and Ivory Black is made by burning Ivory chips. Rapier end ski n wine grower. At a charming summer residence at Morges the Lake Geneva amid fir forests and vineyards Paderewski fails a delightful life when making Holiday and resting from the Strain and excitement a if Tho concert platform. Iii Broad acres vineyards Are the finest in the country round and at time Vintage the great musician May be seen any Day superintending the grape gatherers and the preliminary preparation the wine until it is carried off in great Butts Bullock a arts. La null Burn Yard manure. Farmers who try to keep an account the Cost their crops often charge the crop with barnyard manure made the farm at the same Price manure would Cost if bought at a stable and then Ndel Cost men and teams in drawing it out. They Seldom Stop to think whether it is More less valuable because the food Given and bedding used than that they would buy and still less do they consider that if their manure As a waste product could not be used to promote Plant growth they would be obliged to draw it away As a nuisance As Western Farmers used to do move the barn away from the manure Heap. A widows love affair receives a setback if she Lias offensive breath through constipation bilious Ness stomach Troubb. But . King s new life pills always cure those troubles clean the system sweeten the Bri with. Banish headache Best in the world for liver kidneys and bowels. It it Only 25c at Paules a a cons drug store. A modern Mother a diary. Tonight Clifford has said a Mamma Are the stars holes in the sky to let the rain through a 1 cannot sleep such is my agitation. Clifford is scarcely 5 years old. Whereas according to the Best pedagogical authorities Martin Luther did not Asl this question until he was 7 and Alex Ander the great in All probability not until be was 9. 1 know not what to think. One moment i feel assured that Clifford is evincing an unaffected humor Only in the next moment to be overwhelmed by the suspicion that he is bidding for newspaper notoriety journal. it off. Town cd has. He sent you a Check for your services Browne yes. But it Isnit for tie amount 1 expected although i sent him % Bill. Town cd your a i Ting a bad. Maybe be did t decipher tie amount. Browne in a afraid he did de cipher it. I wrote $100 very plainly Aud he sent $10.�?Philadelphia press. The truth forced Home. A a in a afraid a she sighed Quot that in a getting a Why Quot he asked. A when i go to the grocery now the clerks done to nearly break their necks trying to beat one another in getting my tiniest Herald the Public Gallo Ivy n Century ago. Even if the bicycle had been invented a Hundred years ago touring could hardly have become very popular at All events for solitary cyclists. Tie old guidebooks were by no moans cheerful Reading. A run from London to East in inst and. A distance five six Anil Twenty Miles would have taken the wheelman past three giblets Ami it was just As Likely As not that from one the other them a body would be swinging in the wind. Tip til the beginning the nineteenth Century the Gallows was almost As frequent a landmark As Finger posts Public houses have become now. The traveler approaching York is directed by the guidebooks to a turn round by the Gallows and three windmills a and the Road out Durham is a Between the Gallows and going out Wells you a across the Brook and pass by the any number such directions can be gleaned from the old books for the guidance travellers a Hundred years ago and As these interesting objects were put up and the dead bodies malefactors left upon them for the special edification footpads and highwaymen there was a suggestiveness about them that must have Given a special piquancy to Cycle touring if in had been in Vogue at that news. Front door but matters Are shaping themselves rapidly. Thero is scarce a woman who is not interested in this project. Those who live in town sea the enormous need such a hostelry and those who live elsewhere look it As a possible Haven for themselves. But it seems like one those things which Are too Good to be True. The housing women that is the odious but Correct term i believe is a problem Only second to the housing the poor and one which the women have been ingeniously settling for themselves. Some Fly to the boarding House and Loath it some keep House to oper it Lovely Ltd a Flat and weary the Lack privacy some a sprig in the studio and Are but half nourished others take rooms and depend the cheap tables do Hote. But All these Are a weariness to the flesh besides having deplorable effects tie spirits. Therefore the woman worker in Newyl Ork. Whether student wage earner looks eagerly to the woman s hotel As a Happy Haven where site May Anchor safely and where expenses shall not be too High. The enormous numbers girls and women who live outside our City and who find it necessary to come Here Are equally excited Over Tho Prospect a definite Refuge. In the opinion Many Wise women they would far better not come for new York is More than overcrowded with women workers but apparently the safest advice is powerless to prevent the York mall and express. Edison a better than a piano Organ music Box for it sings and talks As Well As plays and Don t Cost As much. It reproduces the music any instruments baud Ortli Estras tells stories and sings tie old familiar hymns As Well As the popular songs it is always ready. See that . Edison s Siena Are is every machine to Ata rogues All dealers National phonograph co., is fifth ave., new York. Planing Mill Hooyer Brothers manufacturers doors Sash shutters verandas brackets frames and turned work All kinds. Also shingles roofing slate planed and rough lumber. Want to do All kinds priming a Well Prink a. Tasty Bill let ter head poster my you can ask. A trial will Nike you our customer. We respectfully ask that trial. Riverside. North a county no. Ii e. Mahoning is. Foe fun Cuso Idee she j10 How to cure a cold. Done to Goto bed. Don t Stop work. Don t take a turkish Bath and Render yourself liable to an attack pneumonia. Krause s cold cure inconvenient capsule form will Enre Yon in 24 hours. They Are pleasant to take and cause no ringing in your head other disagreeable sensations. Price 25c. Sold by Rossman amp songs pharmacy. Special Atten Tion Given ladies suits and waists gents White pantaloons and vests. Repairing done w Hen ordered. Prompt v Yeti delivery r a 1 i a fit us 1 Sefc Jet a Good work. A Kight Pricco Quot a pm delivered free. All packages Eland for and give us a Call this season s most artistic millinery it productions Are Here to internet am please. Exquisitely trimmed hats. Toques and bonnets and untrimmed shapes the newest and most approved style. Call and see them. They will need but Little Praise from us to Mak them appreciated. Also a line in trimmed hats in All the popular shapes at reduced prices. 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