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1 < : Eveybody s ^Sttng- tal You, wll eventually But why now? A job fo t&e~town : TV ; *{ f E eect bdges ^l^jjpp Ove Bellevue Ave, ^ -,jy J { O pave t popely * Thoe conu pe copy, HOYT & SON, Publshes Pntes One twenty-fve pe yea How : Vote was Won -* Easte cones on Apl 4th ths yea:,; - -, v : -- Regula meetng -^Town-Coun ol next Wednesday evenng,, Bon, on Wednesday, JanTaoth JQS to M Ms Pete Ranee a daughte : - M Ms Fanfc~~Weme, Phladelpha, wee Hammonton guests ove Sunday -F-P- Tomfcnson has etec Coaway house, on Fst Road s,now movng n Ms M B Button famly have changed Ce addess to 557 Haddon Ave, Camden The Hammonton Telephone anc Telegaph Company cculated new dectoy ths week Mss^etha Eckt has been elected musc dawng teache n Mays Lng school Lttle Ha-; Ha Councl ae aangng fo a saue-kout suppe apon sale, u nea futue Patculas late, * The Lades Pash Ad St Maks Chuch wll hold a cake j«ala a^ms Ballad ( s ooms, on Satuday, Januay ^pd Hugo Knds catalogue oses, dahlas, peennals bey plants was completed-ths week by pntes, Messs Hoyt& Sou TJe 7 Mens Class Baptst Sunday School lende thanks to fends who helped to make M Ms~Robt McC Mlle e beng e«hgfu4ul*ted ypon~ bth -a-dhoghteavho-aved at Phladelpha home last A specal meetng W P U wll be held on Tuesday evenng, Januay 26th, at home pesdent, Mss May P Conkey, A good attendance s desed * We wsh to -thank Italan boys, all se who wee so knd a d good to us n ou hou deepest soow MRS MARGARET ANDERSON - AND A Valentne Socal wll be gven o Fday evenng, Feb 2, n Socal Room Baptst Chuch, by gls M* Buls Sunday School class A slve -fengs-wll be -taken AJLae welcome * Town Councl held, a specal meetng on Mondayeyenng They passed appopatons odnance whch s publshed n ano column ; also ganted a pool ooh lce<e to Joseph Sasso, successo to John -Utbba The Contnental Fe Insuance Coone Cunnngham held an nquest last Satuday aftenoon Companys calenda, thn yea, contans a copy a famous ol pantng, Hst Slus Stpes on Ocean, whch s well wothy pesevaton M, W R, Tlton has a numbe m fo dstbuton Bul, youngest soh Justce Geo l Slouse, was pushed fom one sce-snws on Cental School gound, njued hs left elbow The swellng waf so geat that docto could detemne, whe o (he bone was factued; but njuy Is vey panful Save good appeltes fo temptngmenu feed by hulcm tlu Unvesally Chuch, next Tuesday, Jan adth, fom sx Io eght oclock, Read t, Sane kaut, fankfutes, mntthcd potatoes, cold oust pok, apple sauce, whle, y\ gaham bead, Dutch bead, tea cfee, Suppe 25 cents; chlden unde twelve, 5 cents * VTlo Lades Ad Socety (f St, MlkH Chuch wll hold n pogjessve ecbc ecepton at tlje Knlfg--tlc-lle, on Tues- <yuy evenng, Januay afth Many mndsone tleful p/os have been donated- A eodwl welcome IH extended to publc, Cads Vt H oclca-k, I* V TomUlnst)!! & Sons huge auto vlln wal destoyed by buck-fe, l/ st /nt talt Satuday nght, nea Aucoa,,]Jn e etun IKIIUQ tp, llcdvs th! loss > ol machne, cnlt pucknget wee cotbumed to value otc hunded nnd twenly- llve dollah, Mcy expect to e novlug buhnchh ICHH HllO motly Lttle James Rubba, sx old, son Matteo Rubba, ded o Thusday, afte a shot llness, o membanous coup Evey one lked lttle fellow, sympa thze wth soowng famly Funeal sevces wll be held th aftenoon, at two oclock Pesso Ca, Deputy Bee In spectooiew-je!ey,:wulglv< an ndustal lectue on Bee Cul tue, u audtoum Hgh School, on next Monday evenng 25th, at eght oclock-shap,,unde auspces Hammonton Gange Eveybody fends *ae nvu,ed P Ca says Hanmbn ton vcnty fe^an excep tonal oppotunltyfo pactcal bee cultue Raspbey blossoms yek fnest qualty- honey -- The Weawax -Bos Quate delghted lage audence, las week Fday nght They moe than made good pomses on cculas The selectons ae clean wothy, ed jtons, both vocal tumpets atstc In ectatons mpesonatons y excel All,-seem to agee that ths was one best entetanments,, eve povdec by Lyceum Assocaton At least twce, bos sang at -,Blly Sunday meetngs,, n Phladelpha, by nvtaton Un-Clamed Lettes > The followng lettes emaned uncalled-fo n Hammontoh- Post Offce on Wednesday, Jan Ms Hebcccn Doklu» Sl O S»cca 2 BclhtSBnpBDn Kclcn Pesons callng fo ahy above wll please state that t was advetsed THOS C ELVINS, Postmaste Favote Songs On Thusday, a vote was taken at Hatnfflouton Hgh School as to fvemost popula songs used 5, school One hunded pupls voted, vote was as follows: Sta Spangled Banne,44 Hak I Hea Angels Sng, 4 votes Angelc Songs oe Swellng, 2 votes Some whee 5 Thee wee thty fve o foty os whch eceved a scatteng vote ; but Above tally eceved hghest count The Codnas-Inquest Town- Hall was cowded wth nteested spectatos The seveal wtnesses, ugh agcengn all detals, ageed, that a ptche wne contbuted to enjoynentttj de It wanajbo testled that passenges ted*to nduce dve tonu moe slowly* The accdent tself occued OH was stated lastweek, - juy etuned ths vedct, We fnd that sad Jos Itt-nzo Wllam Andeson came 0 death though eckless Ivlng one Lawence Kdwads, who was dvng an automoble on Cental Avenue, n Hammonton, on eleventh day Januay, 95- Kdwads was held unde 500 >ond fo appeaance at Cout Atlantc Wns at Bowlng The local ITCW went to Atlantc ^ty, Wednesday evenng, to lay etun game howlng, mne out defeated, The scoe : - Atlantc <!lt llnmn IH:«l4u7 7, ucnu w,w :n>, n Wllllnnn ntju nl IMI,,»«,T,,y IIIMI7llS«Ml llnn Wuh,, A Ilnn,,, (lhlly,, C Hlntl, lull n«ikii tm llln l(> II I Inh,, IIUI,Hn, I7H, I II W,n t! ll,,, HI7, 4H!tu,,,, 77,, III! H KH m :l nn nt, IdI, HM /,;n n Hll HI 7-M V t 4:,,,,,47, U7 Tlnln, ltt -7IH 74U 7IIII 7IK lull onn Ktn I Intnm, Illlll llvn llnnmn, IUJ4 Illlll, l Id, MII, J, SATDKbAT JANT/ART-S3 96,^fc /, BANK BEOTHEES STOEE The new lowe pces Have poven to be geat factos n helpng us dspose emanng Ovecoats Suts, People ae takng advantage / exta values now feed $4 $5 fo Ovecoats that wee $ fo Ovecoats, - $0 fo Ovecoats thatjwee $5 $5 fo Ovecoats leat that wee $8 ^0 $250 $750 fo Cavenelts tbat wee $0 $25O $750 fo Suts that wee $0 $0 fo Suts that wee $250 $350, $250 fo Suts that wee $5 $650 $5 fo Suts that wee * $2250, $20 $8 $50 fo Boys Ovecoats that wee $225 $2So Szes 3 to 7 DR J A WAAS DENTIST Bellevue Avenue, H\nmoton Flo Insuance at Cost Tho Cumbel Mutual Flo Insuance Company nsue you popety at lews cost than os Reason: opeatg * lght, ; no loadng o >cn!tm fo pts ; sxty-seven satsfactoy sevce Cash H ove #00,000 t mtlulvt, nun Wnylantl DoPuyAot, Hammonton, N J Ou, I WalteJ Vene PLUMBING & HEATING Contact llnnuonto, N J Iocal Ihde jot Womens Msses Coats, a bg slce tee fome pces cut f Even f you couet get any wea out t ths season, t would be a good nvestment at se pces * - But e ae stll plenty cold; days ahead,, tp wea out t ths season fo Womens Msses Coats $6 $475 fo Womens Msses? X^oats, -j -^ - - taf wee $650 0 fo Coats that wee $2250 U $750 5 <;o fo Coats that wee $9 $850 $0 fo Coats that wee $350 $5 $!t5 fo Coats that wee $20 $2250 $750 fo Coats that wee $lo $250 $3 fo Womens Shot Coats that wee $450 Bank Bos Stoe, Hammonton The Hammonton Pant IB Jle vey best ptt eve used n Ilauon Thee ac Mcoca buldngh n town coveed \vth ths pant, whch look well afte eght o ten yean wea The Ilunmotto Ianl IH sold fo less than o lst-clah pant \V;?haH no cual, as t woks well, coves well, weas well Sold by JOSEPH I TAYLOR HOUBO, Sgn, (]alaao Pante, md Ilcamut StH, Ilanunonton, N ] WILLIAM DOERFEL Mnptntutntlvo Ponn Mutual Llfo Insuance Co Phladelpha All Foms ollllol Gade Lllo Insuance Loan nnd Lllo Insuance l<ktu-n Cnmllnml Ilt wlutlc ol llvn nllo, Auk nlmutll nt IKOIIKH HANK lll/d The Ham mont n Telephone Gves Best Sevce Illlcl Is Cheapest I A, J ndbk, OaUt> h Odd Fllown llulldlnu W H Bonshouso^ Fo Insanco Stongest Com pancs Lowest Rn^et) Oonvoyanong, Notay Publc, Consonc Decds Ilannonton V CHAS T THUR8TO Pactcal Plumbe Gas Ftte IZHtlmtt-H ohfoflly funshed Iont AttvMtlou to nl hnds IhnllK wok Wll pevent Ingo lllln In unt tluonlou AvtMut Incl pauua 7M Ilnmnouton, N J Mss Betha Twomey Notay Publjc Commssone Deeds -Alt ftmlllgttflkftlnaoltnt )o «l nna pmnutly Attmujcd to ICv-nmn Bt lloblnnuklllcn, lummoutdn, A H Phllps Co Fe Insuance]! MONEY OH MORTGAGE! LOANS Oattlett Uuldnu, - Atlantc Cty! ^ \u }

2 f^^f^--k-s;:)* lvm :^v%a;:;:«v*:,«*: In pnk stee welcomed Ms L a Gange Pnk steet Is old=~ld-- double o3j sold; plan, comfotable homes whee t Is no uncommon thng fo thee geneatons -to follow one afte o A stange n PlUk steet Is almost unknown Ms La Gange was a stange Pnk steet wated a week fo he to get settled ad ested befoe It began to call Ms Eal Tubbs went (Ist Sho lved, at ght La Ganges he house was a lttle neae than Ms Bet Legses who lved on o sde So she consdeed hes po ght Ms Tubbs felt that Itwas Qute an occason she put on he best black dess he hat he gloves t s a ule on Pnk steet to un In baeheaded Ms La Gange answeed belt Se kept no sevant The women ca FcS steet bny bead-mses, dsh wsses all electc applance^ pocuable do own wok They ae ashamed to do t Theefoe Ms Tabbs was supsed when Ms; La Gange apologzed fo openng he own doo *S Im tyng to fnd a mad, she mumued You dont know one, do you? No, sad Ms Tnhbs, I dont If I dd I should have hed he myself I hope youll have bette luck than Ive- eve wth hed help, my dea Oh, dea me, sghed Ms La Gange, that doesnt sound vey encouagng- ;And Im so fagle! Ms ; Bet Legge was next to call She was a hghly stung lttle body, She etuned much excted She Ms La Gange ta heself! How lovely Ms La Gange was! She makes me thnk my slte who ded he heat Is too bg fo he body Fguatvely speakng, couse That knd lttle, senstve, gentle woman ought neve to may anybody And when t comes to a geat, stold unsympatc man lke M La Gange ou that Ms Tubbs was a boowe enness; vho neve etuned what she boowed, you led Ms La Gange tuned- -whte, he wth a pece chalk Why, I nev neve-^- she quaked ^Mneva Jewett, I wont allow hs, ced Ms Tuhbs h, > > - that stuff about you husb ma- h ~ b Q - ed f0 a fafflly ylng you fo you money ms IS:- W,, If; He lps, wonnmncsmfotable-loobl n-hemyes-changed subject One-atte-thfloPlnk steet -ladlea called JonMs La Gange came away chamed wthhe patcally appealng ways They could say enough good he Itwas pty that Ms La Gange But at that pont each evey one m paused abuptly It was evdent y opnons y dae utte, but e ognated an a coldness all up down Pnk steet towad husb ot engagng new neghbo Fo seveal weeks Pnk steet was gaye, happe than It eve been Then lute showed Us ft Ms Eal Tubbs Ms Bet Legge, old neghbos old flenda ugh -y wee, fell-out Ms Tubhs sad she, head that Ms Legge made fun he clos, she would tell who told he ths Indeed, she seemed anxous to sheld he Infomant To toll tuth, Ms Tubbs clos woe sot that could vey easly bo made fun, so e was tuth as well as mallco n epot Howeve, o was one Pljuk steet esdent whom nobody accused o suspected, that was-ms La Gango The ladles who fol out wth each o ushed to he found sympathy H Is tue Ms La Gange poved to bo no peacemake Doubtless sho dd what nho could, but that was llttlo Befoe summe wn» half gono whole Btoot dvded Into factons all nodal actvty At Bovoal club mootlnk hostess van only lady ponont Tho condton wat) tuly appallng Ono sweat, calm, Joyouo July monng Mm Tbbs mnchoj, atalght ncnmmhn Btoot up to Mss Jowott, who snt voy poacaahly eadng Wnnltly Hopotn on he own voa, Mlntvu Jowott,, flho bognn, youvfl boon uuyltk nono thlnns abt mo Hnt I tuln Holom excepton to Mnn jnwtt lad down he puno, took f hn, KlnuHot, md oolod up thu oxta lmnth gold nhaln Blo wax llfly oho hnd od ha ln foo It tuned Kffy How do you know Ivn boon mylr (l\lnk» about you? flm Imulot, avonly I hoad what you nnlt,i BOO What dd you lon I mlfl? Mf)- JuwpUH tpnwljpgjy-,,, -She told It to evey wonanon banana8 wth ceam, one pound buthls steet, evey woman hut me te> one ode Of squash, two mnce >elleved he, epled Mss Jewett > ples> two dshes plum puddng Thank God, Im no, fool f I am an ^^ ty-sauce, sx cups ld mad And shes got us all by cfee He ea ched mnce- [deny-bltng+eas^wthhe-tattlng-dh4--he pft- pte stage-wen-he became uncon :ended confdences She wee squae f she wasnt (lo, I luwnl yo mlt Hnt I wns n boown who novo ntm-nnd \Voll, you nh, wld, Mnn Jnwol calmly * N:>, I ml lnt, <nd llut what makoa HIM HO mud What - hulmmn havo you Rot, Mlnuv Towntt, to loll ncl nl nlnkoou nttl nlout mo? Mnn Tnwott nnt loollwly ntnmllly at MVH, Tlln, who wan od ltthlnu wth nnk l«thn llpn elaxed Into n unllo And what tuul havo you «ot, Ma^nmt Tulln, to mo tulllm nn nntutl wlldh I novo uttoodt N»w, you Unon to mo flm loycd fowad /otn lkht down to luulnomm Ivn lnen enpootlk junt tll fo on) lmn anl Im wjmt you mght OB,!! popnnxj, You u I am about thu only two on thn dloot wlovo boon comtnnlontlva on Pfnk steet eve efajco SAVINGS IN COURTJ; you Ms Legge fell out I could, - * - have pophesed a lot }f Idwanted to, I am gulty If I been, but Ive, been content to Just -alt by should Jmve engaged a solcto I woe watch anosjlbteh»tn W h ;tne\ob evatlon a woman summotf to Intefee when Its none my bus- ed befoe Dalngton bench Incss But ths Is my busness : Im gong to take It In h, We/ve Wtness (n pollcecput):j5 J donl been neghbos fends fo ovo-a want you to be on hm; he Is as quate a centuy, one He Isnt-gotod a-husb as : «ve-i--: gong to sepaateus now You come The Clek: How many husbs wth me have you? Mfss Jewett Jumped f vea Wtness: Only one ns If she been sxteen She gabbed Ms Tubbs by am What secuty have you bankes? stated haulng he acoss steet, asked Offcal Recelvq-,- a debt- Whee ae yo» gong? gasped o at a bankuptcy cout I My wfe, was -laconc eply, epled Mss debto wondeed \vhy Jewett He gasp was lke steel, cout laughed he face was gm She ploted - Ms TubbaBlalghtto whee MsJ In a case at Newpot two youths Ms Tbbs You come wth me, Gange was gacefully engaged In cuttng some oses Ms La Gange, sad Mss Jewbathng wut weang suffcent clothng a wtness was asked: They wee bathng In nude : etfc-- Wth a confuted lttle cy Ms wee tney? Gange ooked up She, pehaps, No, In canal, he epled dd lke what she saw Ms La Sangc, went on MssJewett fm- I see you descbe youself as a y, want you hee nnd^now to own clek, sad magstate, to a up to me that when you sad I told gay-haed man chaged wth dunk- The Psone: Yes, s; I have been j wokng at docks makng tlm- Seven dffeent names ad desses, each m false, wee sad Magaet -Tubbs, you keep stll,, to have been gven by a man sum; napped Mss Jewett He jaw moned o day fo tavelng on teble look stength Now, a alway wut payng hs fae,is La Gange, Ill lsten to you I The Magstate: He dd at any Ms La Gange hung he head, tme gve name Ananas? mbjed he oses I nev nev -: he bead agan Look hee, sad Mss Jewett Bten- Dont you thnk I dont undet you that I ddnt afte RECORDS OF GLUTTONY The o day a man named Hash, * d m6 Boulde-Coloado, tedto-wn a WO devoung a dnne that slng you aftewad about how ou need eel a fend God knew ou felt Id fll bll - Dd she tell you that, too? ced,is Tubbs jtwelve He Is epoted to have attacked at table a 5 pound tukey,wth j oyste dessng, thee loaves bead sx sweet potatoes, two bunches o! celey,* fou dshes canbey sauce, one glass mnt jelly, sx knew we Now, Ms Thee ae eatng-clubs n New Yok a^ Gange, Im waltng^if you dont whee champons ae se who ^JjPjEllde^fjjnejnfautejTO^^ ;o home nteleptone td~yoututs ;^OneTmaltat6utIngla8t summe Is I sad to have eaten 200 clams He also I dank a geat quantty bee, It to s fu stated that he was seen have depated- And house was n hs haunts agan fo two weeks agan fo sale j An East Sde ecod Is that eatng Pnk steet Is agan at peace Ev- a peck Englsh walnuts In space eybody Is happy Mss Jewett has an hou Not to- use; salt In moe tue fends than she eve eatng was one condtons b Ms La Gange owned up A week late she was found befoe n he lfe I ecod Cy eatng has a ecod also Wllam McCatney Is cedted wth eatng fve pounds chocolate! ceams at a sttng ^New Yok Sun PRESS THE BUTTON WHY GA8 BILLS ARE HEAVY If you gas blls ae heavy, dont bjamo dak wea o ex- J tavaganco you housekeepe Pe- haps fault les wth wallpape An entepsng jewele has ht on a It s ponted out >y Pesso 8yl- nove med peculne effectve vanus Thompson, Pntlpal ot Cty shopwlndow llumnatons afto bsl Techncal College, that much lght Is neafj noufl at mnmum cost, wasted owng to UHO on ou walls Tno j owo le has Ills wndow pape whch absobs an unduly llgatb wlcd to push-button contol, oso popoton lght 0po at nk button beng placed out- Befoo wo can look fo anythlnk B)(lo entance, wth a ce to Ike a suffcent etun fo money foct that goods may bo In vo spend on- lght, all ch dalc Bn 0c tod at wll by smply pessng :oncs, donp cmson, whch s ao «b,,tton popula fo dnng-ooms on account Th, fl B mplo nct swtches on ot ImposHlon wamth It glvoa,,j BhtB( wlllch ao automatcally ox nnd vaous alndcr bown BO tl K ulbhed ns Boon as pcssuao much lned n lbaes dons, must penned Tho Innate cuosty mom o eplaced by puo whlto o vey peoplo lmh aleady-attacted consldokht slmdcfl whch ahnob a mnmum nmo ft{tohtlon to schomo, whch,-, ht,, I Bald to hnvo esulted In n good dtnl Hvnn wjum Illumnaton a f, Btom fo tade, oom Is ampn, It may bo -badly lt It walln almol too much nf Unt llumnaton Innlcnd KlvInK It buck ly (llffho olloellnn Fnw pupln un nwnn hnw much Unlt IH tlun wauled ml thown nwny Thu Ay clnt >tul (tlnon wullpapon now fnhlnnnhln fo dllu;- oomt wnhtn fnu 70 to 7, pn (cnt: pnpo wulm nhnl Hf In SH po cont; nvn nn nnlluy ynllow, 8f RANGE LIVING JEWELS T( InceHo tlm Hnlondo thnl tollntu, Goolo hoattlo mulco nno thn CnctyoH, u lago HPoolOH llolly, nnl In topcal foohtn South Anolcn Btnnuo Jowolo, whch nht I>D f«d, nut bo bnl twlco n lny, InooHnantly tnkan euo ot to o tmff \vlhnihu- wat<m >() > (ll >> pnvont tlonl fom dyng :-(-l I IKI ;lt fu whch, n mod Tlo IndlaB catch tlmo InHoctH hy [IIBOII, a IdKh plno In pad On tlo ImlnnclK hot oonlb In a, at tlo o hum!, whllo ItlllK pupc nl) nlu thn wht only hont!() pu out tl! llkht whlln n whltn ud a ntlnlc, to attnct n, whch povon that lght whch tlhho Inontn llffunn IB to utt wmhnl wall lmlm fom ;o lo - pul Ono In tha ln thn wonon, :»mt llm Cuoyon no hut up In llttln cakm nmo Thonpn tmtly on- voy lno wlo, nnd fol on fnknnnd Unt, holh fn- n- uny In nntn MK-CInR Who tlo fl(llon llllul IlKbllK nnd comfot In llm wnh to adon thmnnolvon wllh U<n«InyllKlt IlKhlln; luun mnn, Ihn Hyng (nlmln, jlnjlomjnjl^ «tnrn-ntmnnnlnvamoy^vnfn^jn lkh (Tf flkhttulo, whfch y unnd tlo wnllt, If whlln, honm ul uko wth tnnto on l nltltn ut lo (f tlo vny nlol tlnl THE 8TUDV OT AnTMONOMY A dmj noloolldy lulldy, wlnhl t to fo Dn ll lmn n nlk, Tlmo In nbo wny nf nwntlw? Ilo (Jmyon Thoy pans a pn, wthnut hut INK n, nndo thn nx, nnd llct Ihln pn In l Iml, Tho nltyumt nf olokuoo comlth In cnnhlnln; wth (Imyon hnnlmlldt u)( mnl dlnnodn, whch nlln wth nwn fo hh mnm! lo a tu nnd mld, Dn you podnon n ln/7 nk hoal donn, IIMI Ihul mmll-lmlnyt IIH tlnkni Holno, lnplol/; no nnhm lln wldn wold, No, llu! nuld llnnh In guho, tlo Moxlcnn md l^> lolho Vm, II In, mld I wonon twlnt tbom Into ntont mnk h yollful Hthnln, Tlnn why In I Ihnl II dnl lnp Ihn nln HIT/ wnn hn tlplmnt ojnlndn, Wull, wull, mld n docto, an III! Hnt n fon plllnnt In Ihn utnnl, Im (lnl lo nun you Kll, M (Hll low un you Ihln monng? docto mld M, (III), up to tttto vo boon ntdylns alt- toll you? aullonly, dh It cunt nythlnu to ulmlu Inoo, o olo oll /(hon ound l walntn lllo n (loy Kllo, Thy no lo thu bull unto n dlnlon nf llvluc -topa/fl, nnthatod onmldt, nnt Hln nladom bl/n o pnlnn n«(tn lmont In fonh o \yhon (hoy otun homo, nftlo flolm, Ihoy nnkn tlun lalo n hnth, whlnh <f<nho tlunn, put thfln bnlc nkln Into CIIRO, whlcl Ua wlullo nlkht a not CONFESSIONS OF A LINER CHAP- ; LAIN, Thee Is hng that poduces a eollng--8peedy death-qulcke-tbansea-slckness It Is vey ae that anyone actually succumbs to t, but It a pesons -sutfob fom - t badly -t s dffcult to dve home fact that- TffCoTBy^ls~ceRaln7^^~hav~e~Been^a hoos a deathbed scene enacted ove people suffeng fom an acute attack Knowng that In nnetynne cases out a hunded It loaves no seous effect, U Is vey dffcult to assume that you af mnsteng to dyng! ABdaTt tmes a pefectly sncee effot n ths decton wll temnate n comedy People He In bunks pale as death The chaplan Is called, he Is assued by suffee that bual at sea Is a cetanty Ho Is ano opnon, but mantans f possble a sympatc tone confess to havng cultvated many hypoctcal looks sentments, whch havltsbnetlmes enjoyed One nght I was called to bunk an old^jnan who ma! do me fo some hous, no fuhe stength to exet hmself I befoe she went to Aes Mss Lennox told ~ he Hulda taught ten yeas, n out---way dlbtkota>4* ome tne vey nght school closed - - I 4l*lvJ *» * a* t- I nvtt Vttt ol* * At \v\\t\+ eally became seous fo once, cetanly looked as f end nea I assued hm eveythng qute all ght No, he sad, you ae wong s my last nght In ths wold He was was It stoms wnds -Lsten-! How It howls outsde! I only ask two favos, chaplan, at you hs/ Fst, :ell my chlden I ded thnkng :hem; sedond, ask gentlemen b If y wll kndly play at my doo The Vtal Spak I shall hen be able to dte In peace It was a cold nght The wnd howled down passage leadng to old mans bunk Evey membe ot he -{l gone totbed, Bll Adams was always coss f you woke htm But I felt that all elements pas tagedy attended dyng-mans equest, so I woke Adams got all bsmen toge I :old m need st -playng They shveed as y played, but neve was classc pece played moe feelngly To my supse old man enjoyed musc Immensey, asked fo a st endeng The Last Rose Summe It was BUI Adams who seemed an- 4oyed,nomattewhatJ sad jam would beleve patlentwas dyng E jon o he be havng Adams, I sad, play- man, emembe you dutes to dyng It was now A M, It was clea old man was hungeng fo f selectons, 03 Bll led bsmen Into bunk to bd dyng bne a solemn faewell Good-bye, sad old gentleman; may we all meet In heaven Amen, I esponded Tho next monng old man amo Into babes shop fo some hag tobacco! Bll Adams was heo Halloa, sad Bll; a Cates hop on boad a shp ant heaven Ifouo an old spak, you ae! It Is S3 easy to-aange dvne ovlco on boad n shp at tmes Ono lunday monng I ted to get somono to play tunes I faled I am lot a snge I always sng too hgh too low I chono tunes that I nought eveybody know I stated at It was a dsmal falue I commenced a second That wan wose, nt I stood to jny guns Bang t as, solo Evojy woshpe stuggled to lnjn(n I wanted dock to >ponvo beads pespaton oll- (own my face Wo a Bhot ovlco that monng N6 collecton vas taken HUMAN HAIR TELLS RACIAL ORIGIN HlontlHtB no able, by UBO hn mlcohcoe, to toll fom n Hlnglo nn Iml to what nnat acal dlvllon ognal wnno holonrol If obh Hoctlon Un ha IB olllptlcal, ho man wnn black; If ound, jnan HH yollow o <d; whllo whlto nanh ha IH oval Tho Amtnllnn natve han ha wth ho loant dlno, tlo buflhmnn Sfln noxt, n Amecan nllan, tlo Ohlnoo, wllto ac«n f Hopo, lastly lapnnono, ho coantut all Thn bcnl a whllo man IH ffty o out, tblclco than lln hnl, anl In lnbt llontlcally nlvtu nt-tlo Iml f tlm llmpunzoo Thn BtoKtl nn ha In, nn a ulo, n dloct po-, o I Ion to UH thlcluuu Maage was a thng she ught Evenugh she; was only-u plan lttle schoolmaam she he Ideals, few men she met In no way came up to m It took all he couage Ingenuty stength to,st Inhe place dally ean he- wages And whle she was eanng back n Westmpe vllage was an old aunt who was payng fo he, but who stll must he fed -,;-- Now when unexpectedly she was called to Aes to teach pmay,gad at a $4 a week salay he hope knew no bounds Yet fo all hot delght she dead to go She was afad she would -sut He geat goal was to please so well that she should be hed fo tasf-half- yea But she gave doubts tustee Mss Lennox told he- about tustee who was holdng fce fo fst tme He was one younge men - vllage he belonged to best famly Keenes whose pogentos founded Aes Afte a hunded yeas a good poton l e boe Keene name The old Keehe house was a lmak In It lved ths youngest Keene all - hs moland--schoolhouse whee Hulda was to teach was bult on Keene l Hulda dd see Caolus Keene when Aes was eached untl Mss Lennox spoke lo he He was so lghtly gacefully bult that he looked lke a boy sxteen Hs face, too, was boysh smoothly shaven, wth beautful teeth dak, alet eyes He shook hs wth he gavely n led way to geen schoolhousel Jt wasnealy tme fojbchnol to npan to attend But she- -ught ^ lovely dess Mss Lenno hn»jto Wea bow she no, dess at all She ught,, too, old aunt wattng fo he to come home that vey nght She shook he head ; Thank you, M Keene, she sad WndL But^Icant go, Ill wte to ]you : mhe ehe wfy7, And so whle he wated -ahe wote, tellng Ms Keene old aunt In Westmoe whp~was expectng he she could dsappont MODEL QOV A popula nonlo I, - Iclool Hoad tolla n good ntoy u onl hdhoolboy who onjoyh tlo nln tlhtlutlon ImvlK ttonml nn mdoo! fo olovon yonn wt hunt (UK I0>l ah o lat In vllnnn f tbln, tlm youth IH tb» pom (wnu f olcym nlaln, Wlnm llm nlvth ull wan (lonfflod Imyn n>lhm an unlol wlomo ho nun ov- hal ny Mn-nl Oh, you, nln opllol ^ In tlu Von * Mow In )t, (lon, that ho lnn hoon,hlo to mnlo HO unnlahl n oonl I nohool? Wnll, lo Konnnlly bud ml In bn ollday -w lh«pnut nna In oply» V as Mss Lennox aanged -fo-a-boadng place~she~ught~lt best to begn at once wth busness Tho fst days -teachngot = ~f~vn 7 -lage school always~lb est Hulda wasvey ted that nght Mss Lennox -was ted, too, coss The ooms at Ms Wnchs adjoned afte y eted to m fo nght Mss Lennox came Into Huldas oom to talk thngs ove She taken fhe dess put on-a st, snugly blue kmono, bound wth pnk satn He fa ha was In a bad down he back Sho looked voy young so petty, that Hulda caught he beath wth admaton All at onco she felt moe than ted; nho felt old wan shon all he flowes Mss Lennox made heself cozy dn bed wth pll- IOWH watched Hulda bush ho ed ha Tho pmay teache y last yea wns ed haed, nlje Bald, befoe she fauxht a tem eveybody was down on he Tho chlden fluted- he You may hnvo aomo touble on thp account, Youve novo hnd a CaoIuH Kcono fo tustee Pobably ho means lo ho hnd I wns half mnded to como back boe thn yea when I hoad hed boon oloctod I know llm petty well befoe When you nay Aes you moan CaolHKoeno, Ho ownfl town nnd nh It to mlt hlmnolf Ho lonlcn Ilko a clove boy, but In ealty bo IH n olf-wlllod man Wbon I dat cnno, hoo found Hnt h<) wnn no- Inn to glvo nahnnlhono nlo out coon I wont to hm n(l nnltnl-hm In do It Hoankod mo why I told hm colo wnn hd oqm Woll Im pnlll to Hnt oolo, WIIH nl bo mld Anl ho put on thn nmllomt monnnnt Kc-c-n hn could Hnd, nnd IIOH Itopt It on ovo Blnco lnt It WIIH tvldnt tn Ilulln tlul M(HH lmmnx dd nnt (nto Cohn any one who loved he so long well She gave e to Caolus; And as ne went away she watched hm fom wndow It seemed to he that he was gong out * he lfe foeve, so takng wth hm a good deal hope happness : Hulda dd see hm agan She went fom schoo) to jalu on lastday aloneback at home n tny old house she-petended to be vey gay hopeful befoe he old aunt But at heat she was most, wetched: She been home thee days when she got a call to teach The egula teache, gonethome - - Ill she could have school fo est yea-at-$9 a week Hulda once taught a tem n that vey school she shuddeed at ught gong back to It But she wote a lette acceptance stated to -take It to post fce On he way she met Caolus Keene : I was comng to see you, ho sad, but snce-ive met you Ill, walk wth you Its only a Queston I have to ask you anyway Hulda, dd you eve wonde why I ddnt ask you to sgn fo est yea? No, Hulda epled, fo, J knew petty^jweuyou-dldn!t-lke jne Hecaught he by am Geat God! he sad Not lke you? Why,, love you Im hee to ask you to be* my wfe Aftealong tme he sad happly: By way, dea, even f you dont teach n schoolhouse youve got to,see It evey day And I want It to please, you What colo do you lke best? Whte, Hulda answeed eagely The wod made he emembe he lette ShflJonkea-down-at-lt- ^t f f ^-t ^- a [ ff^^ f\ m f~*f S INTERCESSION : est,-when th»~ puaucn- fxund- hm oms hous late But h«allppod beyond- each, thougn th» doo death - v, no Idea wold waa 4o lovely! I, who have lved all nj3> lfe In naow Ixjndou steets, seemed The heavy mst that fallen ove I cacely to know what county lscape Buddenly cleaed a lt- was lke te, evealng- two- human fgues, stng out as dok patches agalnat thp suoundng haze Both men wee clad : n fllmlla atte, hdeous, convct clos, utaed-wth aows lvey Of-shame^ The elde was leanng heavly agalnt, hla companon, a younge moe poweful man, whoso well-bult, stalwat fom neem- -ed famed fo Btength endu- - ance The jouney acoa waste l that was almost as tackless as deset been, long weasome, oad a vetable pathway ns, wth muntlng fea pusung m at evey step, shapng Itself Into phantoms gm, amed men, eady to spng upon m fom behnd each cowng bush gante boulde Was It only hous, -o days passed snce y made that wld dash fo feedom, beakng away fom gang -despang, wetched cn, wolds ejected? ~~ The plans been fomng fo some tme past a wod o two In moments when obsevaton, vglance boen slumbeng been put Into executon upon ths monng, mst sng fog that, gave In? sane attempt at least some fant, despcatq chanco success The fles cvl guad ung out but am-was dffcult, ugh one bullets ht elde man a~shouide~wouna~thahb:dbled fee^ ly, buf seemed owse dangeous; Indeed, he scacely felt It at - tme - But It was that wound >»*$ubse4uent loss bood whch told upon hm now, untl ho was focfed to pause, fant stumblng, nsalnst -te os suppotng shoul- The gl spoke In low, emo,, tfopal tones that wee wam wth shee delght A glow was In he eyes, he face, that, hod been vey pale wan a few -months back, a st bloom upon It, Stealng a glance at he as y stolled though ths tdy oc, a Place O uned beauty, wth decayng hues -autumn upon tees a capet fallen leaves ustlng beneath tead, man at he sde ught how lovely she was, wth evey acton he adoable, evey tone he voce musc to hs captve a Bs, I bought sad news to you months back when I told you that you fa was dead But I have ted, as well as I was able, to tako hs place cay out t)ja tust he moaehts, Robet Haden last lew hmself Es, hestate befoe you gve any * eply to* ths oan How dae you Intefee, -you Jal-, Illsmeo ced, In blusteng The polce hall b«fed That to-ao, -he onaweed An ~opbd? tones Instantly Thowng hs cha baclt nosly, ho aose stode towads doo Haden suddenly stood asde Th«pollc* ao hee, he sold; y etuned to house fell upon thee as come to moke an aest, but- mne, fo I have eceved a fee padon It has como Into my mnd all dlj: Illsmeo fell back a stop at nght once whee wo last met, M Wae, I two unfomed men eyeng hm Jaspe Illsmee obseved, suddenly, so menacngly -Smultaneously y I emembe that scone aulta well come fowad Imposed on me Have I^Jgfcceeded In any measue? In fullest measue, she answeed smlng at hm, yet wth a touch wlstfulness n he gaze Why, I <jwe eveythng to you eveythng In de Itsno good, old pal, ho mutteed, n an exhausted voce You-must gd on ale, leave me hee Call mo a cowad, man, have done wth It! ced Robet Haden, to congan to tea It slowly to peces CURIOUS DRESSCONVENTIONS,^ \vlth n mgnpflff thflt h ceo! hoble fea that hod spung 4o-4l e-ln-mm WhatTsKould I leave yoxa-now? Leave you -to pay fo my hne In ou paon-hfmklng-sj well JIealy-^aveytade- pesson has - ts own unwtten - laws - concen- Ing dees Its membes Most people know that bank clek Is always expectedto dess lke a gentleaan, but few- know that cetanbanks have defnte ules on subject, layng down just whatmust be won what must bo won At Coutts Bank, fo Instance, to cleks must nl wea fock-coats, no one In employment ot bank Is allowed to go about wth bs touses tuned up Ths seems ough luck In wet wea 3Vt Hoaoa, Bank It Is custom fo all se employed to wea whte tcs a decdedly-achac on n Ho days gay-coloed neckwea Ths Idea has been followed fo nealy 250 yeas : -O tades havo nlef ths knd as woll: dapey fms, fo example, expect shopwalkes bonds depatments to wea fock-coats Momhos legal pcnnlon obseve etlaotto l callng by ab stanng fom weang lght o fancy- coloed clos, always wea slllt hntb as you own? Btt dnnt you undest Haden? Thee Is hng fu I need fea fomnan-m-golng-to-phy- bggest debt all fnal debt Haden, Im, -booked He collapsed down on to gound, In ano moment Haden was kneelng by hs sde upon coase stubble He popped os head gently aganst a boulde, wth hs wold You came escued me fom povety came at vey moment when wolf hunge was howlng at doo What should I have done but fo you? My absent fa, whose long-delayed etun fom aboad I was awatng, dead, I was alone : In ths lonely, cowded wold; only, my dea Aunt Mldedpoo, -alas! lke myself, to~ befend me You owe no gattude to me, he sad, almost hashly I have only caed out, tust you fa gave to me, Fo a moment hs ughts flew back to that monng mst pel, when he dead man made escape Luck favoed Haden, he managed to each London at last afte sumountng Infnte dffcultes Once In geat cty est was easy- Money paved t h? emembe that scone qute well Not moe vvdly-than Haden blmsolf cowded cout, acalotobed judgeponouncng sentence, whole hateful scene Cashed back nto hs mnd MayI ecall tto you pesently? Illsmee added, meanngly Haden lfted hs eyes, gazng staght Into os, eadng In lght malcous tumph hs own doom When you lke, he sad, quetly ^ Haden etuned to London In a sombe mood He guessed condtons whch Illsmee was lkely to make befoe he oppotunty statng m Thee days In whch to leave Engl owse exposue you Identty to polce The ught camo to hm that pehaps It would be best It he defed Illsmee went back to jal When hs tme was seved he would at least bo feo> a hunted man fo est lfe But fo Ess sake he dae pot sk ths In unavodable publcty bs oaest would mean he name would be dagged In He must spoe he that As he left tan at Wateloo, It was to eceve a fesh shook A face, glancng towads hm though pess passenges, caught -hs own gaze, he felt hmself gaw tense In evey lmb A face he knew as that a fellow-convct, eleased some weeks befoe hs own escape He must elude~hlm, ~o~~even espte came fowad We have a waant fo you aest, Jaspe Illsmee, upon a, chage conspacy Wth myself a you vctm, put n Haden, quetly Tou confedeate has betayed you Jm Blake, man you bbed because he woe a sklful foge, to falsfy my books, let- tng hm Into fce fo that pupose at dead nght, that mght bo you scapegoat bea buden own embezzlements The on vege- fnancal els, dead mans hdden tende as a womans Come, man; youe hut as that Rouse so badly youself We well, puchased wut suspcon: fom ths man,- wth beedng, nnd good bth JBtamped^-upon hlm,-l wth accent beang a gentleman, whoso appeaance scacely suggested that hs possesson Jewels hnd- ftuon owse -thnn- as explaned by plausble tale Haden o Robet Wae, as he was known now was foced to Invent The hue cy afte escaped convct long ago ded down, ho was begnnng to feel aomo peace mnd, alugh e wee moments whch Illsmee pomsed would be no aval It was tue that he shown some kndness to ths man, savng hs lfe that hod been theatened by a convct who un amuck But e was no elance to be placed upon a cooks gattude Pushng fowad Into mddle a- football excuson cowd Haden fanced he thown - o f hs scent but- he dd noubea feely untl he was once msse-fff howasnoslgnoc-man whose-eage uplfted face planly evealed dese fo ecognton Tel-sght ot hlm-but-stengned hs esolve to submt -to -Ills mees-~condnons7 dop out Ess lfe you fm was un though you own ash speculatons wth o peoples money, but you saved youself at my expense It Is all 9 pock les! aved Ols mee, despeately And If It -wee, If you wee Innocent ths, what se stolen gems, whose puchase pce you have been lvng on? You would stll be a f But fu wods wee lost, as he was hustled away, cusng theatenng to end ugh In hs heat he knew that at lost hs gult been taced home to hm You head what he sad, Es that I am a f? She tuned to hm, he face alght wth enewed Joy How can I beleve a wod that he sad? she asked The wod a man to whom you owe se cuel lost yeas, wasted In pson? But If I confessed to you, dea, that ugh stolen by me, se jewels wee yet plundeed popety what should you say? She looked at hm blankly; n she gave a lttle cy suddenly placed both hs befoe he face, as If In shame 6 I I beleve I undest yes, all WHERE BIROS SLEEP People have ten wondeed whoe smalle knds, sleep at nght, to when wo stoll about at dusk, o late-stll, we seldom, ce any that have Bottled down to take l nghtly est It would soom that y seek out, usually, eteats whoe y ae lkely to be obseved; also whee y can be shelteed fom an o oughwea In tlwwlntennbnth no doubt y ty to get oostng places to whch cold does each, o only sllghujt-ndoka cones about bans o houses Some uotuo among evegeen shubs tees, a few, It Is pobable, nea gound n clumps gass Of couse some get Into holes In hay ostacks, a favote esot on a cold nght Is an old bds nest Ths suts beat a small bd, such as wen One se has boen seen to qut an empty thushs neat, clay whch gave but a poo shelte Seveal m wll ceep Into one own compact nests, enteng dak Inteo by small entancehole one by one, tll numbe must have made m snug wam fo nght Ivy-coveed walls ae a peat boon to bds The spaow fnds n vey ploasalt, ugh ths common; bd Is fusay In Its choce, wll sleep almost anywhee, povded place s wth In easy each hs enemy, cat Whle leaves eman upon tees In woods copses, many bds esot to se, quttng hedgeows befoe y become bae n autumn Some pollad oaks beeches, whch keep on most leaves dung wnte, ae much sought by seveal bds Ano esot bds, whee y oe BO fequently seen as In some LOOKING AMERICAN The dese emgant bo, fesh fom Old Wold, to adopt customs fashons that he obseves In Ameca, ten leads hm Into ludcous o patc effots to Impove- hs pesonal appeaance In Though th* Mll M F K Bowne (Al Plddy) gven an amusng account hs own > attempts when a lad twelve tojoc Amecan ^ V Thee wee some Intha mll whee I began wok who an Inodnate, dese fo onament dess, I aw In m meely contasts that bought out my own Inaufllclcnclaa The fst sgn Influence upon me woe my puchase a ten-cent cellulod ose whch bad a pefumed spongo In ts heat Ths sponge could be tlled agan when evapoated, l a scent ton-cent bottle places, ushes Is beds eeds bul- Is evealed to me, It It was no He, she mumued you fendshp wth my fa^ you two met, but In pson It was he who ognally stole se stones, you who sold m fo my beneft at hs wsh But y must be estoed, she went on feveshly, eadng In hla face * that he swft Infeence was coect I should have no est untl evey unnevng panc upon hm at tmes (aolh dd nnt nnk Hnldn to fu lut blf df you Ha nltol MI m Lundx, howovo, Mnn Lennox wnn jublant Hm oponly pltlol Hulda I wnl you, my dea, who Bald, that yon nlnlt plcnno Onohn In jnt Hnt wuy, you luow Jlut IIH too I wlnh I could holp you, Mdwlu In nont nfavouhl tlno tluy!uill(l-ujopayau!d nluyon I lluo you HO much nnl wno Jnnl nloly aftqvlntud Hnldn untl hlk Hho could nnt, Hm wnn l>o KUly lnathdkon fo wnln, Yot hn fqnol that, nlo nlfhl fall Ilowovo, It oomot to bo only (aoln whom nlo hnd fallol lo lh>, fu tlu oblldm ((0( hn wull ldukb Hho Kht-noowfully ot KlK lolf to Inn, Hlu nell ddlln n wod, In nny nolhlk Inv lk hut up In nnno Innondllo llnllot, And It hut hn ou«lly to fool Hnt nflo nl lln llndnon to hn (!nolnn hud Illdl ln woll unokb to \vlnl In kup ho In hln (mol nhoolhonn Tlm holllny, (tnn nnd Mw KIHIIIII wnn nmmlk fo Ila bg o- (H lion whch ln ulwnyn KIIVO to hn lowmpmplo (IhlHlnnA wook, flho lmt Caolun to any that tlo unon tlon would ld Imld Dn fvcnlr tlm day nhool clobol, nnt to nnk H«Mn, lnlb SMART BUSINESS A wagon loaded wth lamp Rlobcn jmt collded wth a tuck, many Rolbl woe Hnashod, Consdeable, sympathy wnp felt fo dlvo nshn Raznd at lhattood Klana, A bonovolont lookng old man oyod hm compnnhlontoly My poo mnn, ho aald, I BIIPPOBO yon wll la,v^ tn pay fo (hum, out you own pocltot? poducng hln pso, Yon, wan melancholy oply \Ynll, well, mld old man, hold out you hat IlnnH a qnatn fo you,, I dan nay nono tlunn op«o l> wll nlv«you a holpink h, too Tbn dlvo hold out bn hat, novcnl pnnon dopped onn nolnfl Into It, At luht, whm contltmtlom hnd fcutd, m (mpled conlmt! hl» lnt Into hln pnclmtn Thou, potnllk to oteutlnfc llgun who hud lntod nlllnctlon,! lo oh- HoVllll! Hay, nlnt ho u nmt mnn? Thatll my tonn! ~~- - WHAT 8 USED I An Ijhntn In thn pno^nnntn Illllnoo ltnly Ioonlvod n vlnltymu n wnnn Inlootmt In thn bottnnjnont Iho mfotmmtc> M (!«noy, mld thn, I nn lo IntooMt tlo nolkhlolood In n l>(«fplo lnnk to tn nttdd huo you mnd tollng nn whon; you dfpnnlt you WUKOH? M Cnoy nnllol Klmly Tn $0 a wonk I nnn, mmj ho untl, Whn I luvo mll Iho ; povlnlnn nnd Knoy l^llh, nn nllldnnn, an* ImKht wjuta noodot fo DldKot an* mo an thn flvo chldho, I dopnlt Iho lnt o tljfl nonny» laln, mum, I uno««uk-bntl«-bnt, nv lly Tloyo a llt InKo, nv <> hnllm moo lnt wllt I onnt Kflt Hllm htnt I mnho nhlft wth plan floushall get away yet Thnk I wth feedom o la joy hope lfe oguln all watng fo us to clam, beckonng to us wth outstetched s Fo you, lad, I hope; but fo me That unlucky shot dd fo me Its been bleedng eve snce I tell you my momenta ae few Dont ague It la nucleus But lsten! T-hcu-,\vaacomm-4n-os voce, fnlnt Rl Itn tones wee Haden wn obedently slent One look Into thlt face, wth gey^hue tcnllnr ovo It, told hm that- John Domnndn wod» wee Idla ones The flendnhlp, begun In pson, was to b) Hnvocl by Denths keen knfe Haden, youll got possesson m Jwuls, If you manage to get c]cn nwny? You know hdngplace Ive tnld you all about that Boll Umn, nnl,klv«hnlf what y fetch tn my Kll, my chld, who may lo In fn ncd, I know youe n thlc-f Ilko myself, bjt n whlto man a Kulltlnnn lmn, dplvon Into plnon by xnnn nnlmpy cast fate, anl that Itn nktk much you to sol you hnln by tmchlnk ntonn popety I llt thnk nf my chld, plnpn lonn ml pmllhn In tlo nl wold, thnk nf younlf What hnnou wll ynu Htnnd wlllnt funds? Nono what- «y-> >Vnt--l onnnnt do It You you dnnt know wlmt thn monnn In mn M-y nwn Innncou hnn lcon my mnmal) tlnt lnn kept mn MnK In mxl tlnk <VIT> dkudtlnn Hut how wll It ln wlu I know nynnlf to l>o n- tl-f III vny tuth, n«i nhmld le If I huml >d juwln whch know tn lo ntnlm/ ;ut, Und-n, you nnnnt una n lvllik nmn! Ynu nt lot thmn Innt fmv Tnll nf tlnn l>n onlltlnml hv tn llnkht Hnt my III lo nll th nn- old lnk wth my llfn Hnt wnn nn nl>\-uyn l-nndnd nnd dlkcod tuny!>, In nttnl wut Hm donn Ant IIIHIW I nn In -lnnn, I wnn <nn vltm) nnln n nllnn Only ynunn lm> }n nnnlnld wth my onl ntnu nf- Hf<nnTtlT~A ~fn~tht~j\wn H7 IlTy llnllla«l I «Wlltllllll llll WltllOtlt Il/ Ihnl, nlo In dmnl now, ITun l-ll Ilulon, tn nld Iln IlvllIK, Tn»«nol pll-nun Mtnnty n ln vul-n Hnt ovon llnlonn unnlullv«nvn wv, lmt vn tlm dyl/ IIHIII, lnn nt Inndx Hnt fomly /lnl Ill lmnp Ill do wlnl yon wnnt, nld unn Yl Mll Ill nlm nnv- nlnvn fu th lu np n n Ihnl plmpn In Illl nno fu n-l n mnn nn I to In I mn nn nutmnt, t tnnlnl pnflnl wllll Iln tn-lnon ntltnn hnnlkvminnllnly upon nn Ill ln MI H o ynn nko nnd fo Ill- dll,i yon Jnvo,, llu< nlu- nnlll n flnl mnl>, (lnt yl Iml mb mlnolom pnvvn tn Mnnll nwny llm llnon nf -nn nnl nhnnn nnd nlll Dnt hnd nnonol ctl-l lulu hln fln! nnd Iln nnlln WIIH thn-n, lnflllllk, Inntnlln, (ll- nh nf nnontn mlvod, dnht* «t that would seze But to-day an ove-whelmng Joy flooded hla beng, Ilko sweepng wates a flowng tde, fo cetan convcton como to hm that Es coed a lttle Yot now, as he looked at he clonely, he detected a cetan sow upon Its customayy bghtness Esthcysomcthlng Is toublng you What IsAtT She stated a lttle, n glanced up- Yus, e Is eomotblng that Its voy much, she sad Only well, Aunt Mlded I have a slght dlaagoemont Aganst my wsh she has sent ou addess to someone we used to know Ho Is a favote hes, but mne She ha nvted hm to call thla aftenoon I bellovu I head font doo bell sound a shot whle ago If so, ha has aleady aved -An unwelcome suto, whoso attentons bode upon pesecuton doi Infe ghtly, Knthc? If so, let mo deal wth hm I fea that M Jaspe Illamob In a man easly to bu snubbed, flo sad Jaspe Illamoel Haden mutteed nnma honontl hla honth, countenance), Onntl hnuvenn! nllmon, how cuel nndntnuno n chnncn that thn on nhnuld havu coaond hs path Ono tlo patnna In thu fm wloo Haden hm b-cl emloyod thu (Inn wloau nonoy lu, wu> Htppojvd to hnvn onhuzlul Tho clnu Iml Inull concluulvoly pnvod ahlmt hm DO fu «h Inclnlnalnt uvldonuu wan onn-unod, llkh hu wan uhuolutuly locot Oh, whnt n nhnnool Thon m In, cun! out to «nok mo Thto wan hnnuln llntonn thn Klln vocn, lnt fn nnc) thu mnn who lovn! dof tn II lo hnod llnnnlf wllll nn ^ofnt Avnll- n thn IIHIII \vn Inn ht Mn nunt fnon thn nltuntlnn, tnnt In hln KHl ful Hnt hln lmn(ul nl >-n> wnlll luflln, t nt o lultllajullulld-ulo«t-»t-lt»~lllh fn an llm MW--uu-, u (nl, nl-nh, mnlllk lnllvtdat, can -nl, hn naw! Jfes, he-wtmld~go: nnd next monng found hm wth tunks eady packed, hs pepaatons almost completed But ho «tllhod one task to pefom, est al a last lette to wte to Ba, In whch to bdhe faewell Hs pen Just begun to move slowly when he was nteupted by entance a Valte -,, A man wants to see you, s Inssts upon t In fact, wll go away It * you he descbes, ugh ho potends to know you name He Is voy toublesome He paused, seeng Hadens gase go boyond hm towads doo, whee th* man whom Haden hoped ho eluded at Wateloo Staton stood, havng appaently followed wate Wth a a gm faco Haden made a sgn to jntte to-depat When doo shut he has been used on me was epad He took he hs closely n hs Thee Is no need, stange as that Tnnynsound TogetKe~wth~thpse JewelS-ln- safe fom-wh!cn-y~wefe taken, was a pape The woman One speces specally fond se Is pled wagtal, a socable bd, so that lage pates may be ced at dusk flttng about eeds, tll suddenly y dop below ~~plumy tops, we see no moe m fo that nght Upon fne evenngs we may be amused by wheelng about In a a cowd swallows matns by - sde - a steam, edged by tall wate-weeds scatteed wllows Evdently one object y have Is to obtan a suppe, snce y go down, catchng about such place fun toge y ao ted Jockey-club fo ths pupose, contents whch I splled ove my hkechefs clos, wont to mll leavng a pefumed, tal behnd mo Snce I could swagge In suoa glang costly shts as some woe, I bought fom a falte, one Satuday nght, a wondeful adjustable shtbosom fo ten cental It pemtted Ihe weae, to change, patten~bt hs sht-bosom twelve tmes, pat- - tens anged ojl way fom a-sobe mnsteul whte, tnougn Innocent Infensve tnts checks, tll y eached vvd, statlng stpes dots spotng man! These mavelous effects wee vey smply bought about The Maglo Bosom, as t was called, was a ccula pece stff pasteboad on each sde whch wee posted- sx segments enameled pape, shaped lke lette Vs, Just lage enough to ft behnd lapels wastcoat Thee wee sx tuns ccle fo sx pattens on one sde, n by meely tunng whole thng ound, o sx effects wee possble The- only touble was I ddnt wea a vest In mll, so I could/only use bosom to fom my wok, tojk coe that os-should ce magc tansfomaton I woe It to a Sunday School that I attended nte- mlttontly, ~ond /astonshed my classmates by sx tansfomatons dung -hous-sesslottl Then I began to contast my ha wth o fellows black - odely culs That dstubed me, fo ne av pefe woods -fom^whot-y wee~~stolen was my own aunt, ths pape was he wll- In whch all he possessons wee bequead to myself The wll was supposed to exst, been seached fo hgh low, to be dscoveed, by myself along wth jewels that you fa so safely hdden Sweeat, - se gems wee my own all my popety I could <hen touch, poscbed as I was but what eman ae youe fttng adonments fo my wlfe-to-b9, But but oh, Hobet a fs daughte! Ho held he, tendely In hs ams, slencng he lps The woman I lovel he sad (f y do), we have Instance, stalng autumn walk about among fl elds a suddenly upon a could h ge If th to daken sky, swsh o wh us wngs emnds, us oa ^ bg watefall Vey supsng, to- us s, egulaty movement^ when ) hawkng up o Insects common havng a bt o a change, tll These, howeve, among eeds, but les teea ng eeds o ushes nd wables; also, cllnga, ugh y whch some bds o good nght lave a emakable, ollng Takng an t sunset hou d copses, we come multtude stato ouselves what t such -a host toheod In compact bodes seem comb no bush could pat my own - ha o make It stay down I was so - - toubled ove matte that I con- : flded In my aunt She sent me down - to a butche shop fo a lage-szed : maow-bone Then- she hod me po-* -- -ducn- my hotue-ot Jockey-club Afte - bolng bone In wate fo two hous, she made me extact ma- -~~~ ow Then I to add a- cetan mxtue -s-gdoa stng Aunt next - poduced a cold-ceam Ja, put ~\~ conooctlol ll -old let-it- cool- ove - nght In -monng she ettld Now, Al, thatsn Ja best ha-gease you - cojj#!t buy fo money anywhee Tue enough It a goqd odo, * Was smooth, lke ontment ba- - ba put on my head when he cut my ha I ubbed some on only dd I have satsfacton seeng- pay ha shne bllantly, but t also stayed pated In mddle) I went y pefom- mdneuvoj s, n closng agan, NATIVE PRIDE wan hhlanl nlal ekltlnn (hat that pun Hnt thn o llnyod, thmkl wllll It o nonod nmnollnf ^ lly nhkntnd foal o wm It fnny npnn lladon pnit You null) lnn nont nn lo look fo ynu, Mnn Donnnd, hn nntd, nnnnllly, U wnn omul nf ym t\vo InHun tn loavn Intun nn nnpljy llut ynu ool nt hnt You nunt Hnk mv mnt, nnt mo, ctnod Ilntlo, a pnlntolly TlH nlm Inlndood Iho twn mnn I fnny Illn chllnn anl I hnvo mot nnwbo! hfno, IhotKll tn) nnmvnlot Ilndon, my nnnov at onom Mo tnmd to lldon, I nlontnnl ft-nn MlnnlMlldod nonnnd tlml you won n fllnl] nf bu Into hnlln, lmtn lkllll ) H lonl, And hm nhnmlt TlndM llflo lln lou-n nnd nl»<vm hm, nn If In nono nnnoynnno nt hla pfnlntonoo, sxldesacd hs unwelcome vsto In cut accents What Is It you want, JlmBlakeT Say It n half a dozen wods, n clea out But e was ne tumph no ange In os face, fobddng by natue ugh It wns Ila sunken «yoa shone wth a cetan dog-lke affecton You thnk Icnmo to haass blackmal you? nut youo wong I owe you a bg d«bt, Im gong to povo to you that Im ungateful noo you ode me out, aa I Bee you Intend tn do, llnton, Htatlod by hln cnneatneas Haden conqueed hln nnnplolonn, hs opugnnnon, nnd, bendng fowad, lstened to hued, stly-spoken wods whloh thn ex-convct uttond Kn, what I havo told you Is th«tuth Thn mln, Unhut Wae o Haden, nn I know hm to b«who lnn galnnd you Intecnt unde fnlo potonoon, ta np o^onpl^l onvtot; that ntoy flmdnhlp wth you fathn mnt ho nl n Hn nn well, fllnoo hn ha plnon npnnt tlm Innt two yeas In And nn fo tlm nnnoy ho p«tended nno to ynu fom ynn fn I hnvo dlm-nvoed that It wan Haln«ty (nlo nf nmo ntolon Jewell, ntnlnn by hlmnnlf, no doult, hnfoohln mnbmjionmntn nrnlnnt my own bus hounn wuo dlncovcon A thl ynu toll mo, n onnvlot w nt lmno bounty I hnvn boen «ub- Hn fnn named nufloolo, nlntlk npnn dlly, wllh hot, IndlRnnnt Phut tm nlnld hnvn dncdl But In-v motnonl lomlpo unhtn povllod ho nwlft nnn nn dlnl \Vhnlnvo ho In, Rllty A town In Rhodesa Is goneally a town, declaes Ms M L Woods In Pastels Unde Soun Coss, A few scatteed shops, boad oad deep In ed dust, down whch a sudden mscellaneous hed blacks occasonally pous, consttute a town Of se- natves, Ms Woods gves followng descpton: They ae collected fom all pau Rhodesa, fom Potuguese tetoy, even fom Nyasal Desed In anythng eveythng, th4g pom* pellmell, gnnng chatteng, om«lke young colts boundng Into, a as th«y go These happy fellow* ae pobably k ejocng because y ae beng sent to some mne whee cetan flsnds elatons ae aleady wokng ThU U natl* as h* appeas, enteng on hs tem sevce at mlnea I ono* aaw a goup black men who completed tem sevce ww» on way hon* They wee seous, dlgnlfladf coou clean nnd complete costumes, oonnlatlng ot sht touses a staw hat Haoh hod hla neat bundle hta galy panted woodon box We we«ono* appecatve wtnesses hom«-oomlnk sunh a mne at a waynld* staton A paty elatves «nd fl*ndn hud oomo fom ono all speadng out, sometmes fomng columns, If - y- has -bee wclilled; possjlbly y have some olde ones actng as leade«o fces ; Ml L!n«, faln, asoemblo In pates, ugh so lage, upon se happy heaths commons unvlslted by bd-tappe,, as sun snks out vew, y bust foth Into, a <]ualnt song, n settle fo nght Many bds, t thnk, go to oost Ole In autumn than y da In spng- I have ced that on bght enlngs Mach o Apl, long afte unset, thushes blackbds tll Joyomly, when y have topped obn wll keep on fu atn Into nght, tll, t may be, n newly aved nlghtlngnln takes np tb» stan One natualst omakn about ooks that y ao fond nf tumblng ove ove befoe thny oost, also that y ao lght aleepeo If you pnsn nt any hou nf nght, you hnn onn bd o mnn In oolcoy makng a dowsy, hoasa caw, to mll that moalg wth, my Magc Bosom poudly, dsplayed, my cap balanced on back my head, so that eveybody could see tha patng GET FAT ON OZONE, hn wan hnd to mn, Rllty o, ho mumued, mldlng, In tenulonhtnno, n «)«nnntnl nhh taken bnok I H I I wnl! nnvo htm llknlv to lo ontntnl to lmnt fom that; If It won Iln fntn In Inny blnl *! nm o ly ono wln* lnown,^ llnth, hw my wlfo, Klvn m,, von ponlnn, nnd, nvon wllllut Hnnhnll nf Ilnn T KnVn thn nmnn lonvo Iho onnnty ban olnunnd, h,^ nhnll nllll to foo Oh, J nnnnt --I onnl Thoo Wan Inpnttlln nvnlnn In hop vnloo, lnt lllnmo fnol«n tn dnlohtod n mkknntlnn nf wonlmfn nlolylnt It Iln nmllod nn, homlln nwnd, \vn nlnt lo, follow lp lln nlvulnkn! when bn pnmlnnnln wnln won mdlonly^foxnn by a vnl-n a wnll-knnwn vnloo ;npp\k t f,,<>loo nt hntnl Tun Inn wth n utat, bo nn\v m tlo kaal to me*t otutnk Innocant nakednonn nun Tho plutooat suveyed m wth n nenndnlued *y«; onhlly ho \vavod nwny l mlutatlons nnd ondcnnnln, nlvlounly Inn shllcod pnlmd tn appecate m Tmn ho wthdaw fom - pldtfo-)\ to hnt n nelkhlnlnj teo, nnd haoknnnd hln huwlldeod fends tn nponoh In n (n\\ mnutes, bafoa nynn nf (ha In thn tnln, ho hnd lntlmd bn wlolo pnty wth dootoy, nnely, In t el,«yon wllh nplndn Tlon, only, n, dd lo omn«- nnond to otnn l (tootln K n;, Axoodlly Joyful, all mnnlm, f lo- Kop In tlo (llmtln l lnnl thnnhold nf tlnt oom, \vlmn Inlnnd thn ho hat boen anletl MnmllK fn thn th«n THE QUILT»«*~ l^llowlnl Tlm, wlm wan follovlnn n pnl Of lnnon, th nwn th fm n ntlnod, Hull Ihn llll Tmn lnl boon unnlk nut fu mm>o n wuc ntukoly l lodllm-, Tlln, ho mli n dllh no voy conkod lllh, y n-n nnw, nnod Tlm, lnt ynu nhmll Invn om (hm monln lno th nun wwubd nocent touts nnjo upon non employed In tlo Fm Natonal IJunlt Chcago Imvo shown that ozpnulk a Inooutm tlo wulght ololn who hontlo thu nlstno, by pomotng (loop ml oxlmhllvo hoathlk Tlu mon upon whom nxpolmont wan tlnl won at wok In hanu vull, n plnn vnntlltlo whch lnn alwnyn IMMHI n (lllllcnlt pohlnm Tlm o/ou wuu podttood In oom ly mcab novol olootloal nacllno plannl In cones Tlm wclnll ltht nonnnnonl nmn ompmy-,, ( f (, v,, llt tnkon H-IIIIII tto nsolxn won llnllnl, md nkln aflo nllnuu lou n upotlon fo two monthn, It wnn ftnl Hnt In thn Bhot npnuo nf tlmo, ovl-y Ijnn Kalmul In wol;ht m wull an In hnl nnmnno munt And Iho hllt wnn condol lo hynlnnl nldo tlm man; nlnl ltlo an wnll woo llcknd l) Iho llalallon thn puo fh nl, Tlm nmn Ilxnnolvon won MtlumlHHtld hmt tlm monom llm nnw nytym Tln pnonnn In fntnllln, oom, wllnl In lnply n fom f) oxykon, In poduced n llm ntm- loo by (ho ollnt oldtlolty, In o ecent Issue Upptocotf a we : flnd - a, choce -Collecton - phas»» - wut whch no cub epote, bolleyea language to be complete Heo ao a few m! A chamng- young wdow la any woman whoso -husb t* dead Oystes a«always playfully efeed to aa succulent bvalves (Tho vlouma a aload aood*nt ae Invaably bued Into Unlty At a faahlonabl* dnne th* wn* always flows lk* wate Always efe to th* sun fmmlllaly aa Old SoL When an oatdoo *v*nt U potpxm*d by an, neve mss th* oppotnnlty blamng It on JnplU Plmlua nomembo that man who fall* fom a hgh buldng always tlkaa tea flma wth a dull, sckenng thud Just befoa tha exeontlon a con-, domnod mudee always eat* o heaty beakfast ham efge In wtng up dog show, dont fall to menton that socety la gong to bowwows No descpton tha, hos* ahow la oomplete wut seveal allusons to beauty beast Novo fall to ecod th* fact that snclnl outcast who oommlu aulflldo showed taces ot fome boauty eflnemont In deaclhlnff a, fle, use tha wods lolocnuflt conflagaton ton no possble ThU enabla* copy onde to ean hla snlny Novo loso sght th* fact that all mon fom tha South»n(l West am pomnent culana, especally when In th* pleasant pnntlmes tang feang aa tn* Thn Tle»eok«nfto tuth UIIIQ jnl> f a It Is a fact ;U»«t, a lons o a tlgua hlfkoa t f> JjfU JJto()jf yf wll nate dw agan Tl/,ao onjnnls shed l(l^ 0 llnnllx,,ono«a yea all ex- unpt tlo whlhl^n Tho ahoddlng <e- Jnonua nntlfftly up<m-!thq dllkte, und o In u (conlla thng conltod wth ll,, \ Mon who (mve taken wld anlnald fom, Anlu nnd Aflon to IQnope nay that y nnve knew n lon o a J tlko o any unlnml oat upoolea, In go tbnkl Ited (Ion wut nlnddlk They wll «l«d at Hltatda ml ooue out vlth hnl Tent) Hlooy no allk, «nd ynt Koln tlnnaaj thn Ited Men, thay wll ahed agan N» onn lutn toon atla to nocount fu It, tnt It U a aot nnvoth«lc»«, tjves geat men mm emnd w» th»t It U SCTnettmes] b^tu* to eman ob««u«,

3 -I), ffs^ young maedmau 30 faces manyesponsbltes - None se s moe mpotant than that;:jfuuewelfae hs- famly He-can povde-well fo ths^fljejcan affod to save say about 50 cents a day If he does ths t wllbuy hm a lfe nsuancepolcy^fo f 0,000 And, couse, hs famly s suely woth that:savug to hm < FOR SALE BY Hannnonton Poulty Assoen Olve Chlled Plows O -Smplex Boodes Feed Poulty Supples Funeal Decto Embalme Twelfth Steet,between Raloads Local Phone 90 Bell, 47-0 Hammonton - N J Fo se Cold, Ceepy, Chlly, Days Sttng Ina chlly, ceepy oom Is at all pleasant, besdes Its safe U sometmes mean? a cold that, vlll stck to you (o months Why take a chance, \yhy be uncomfotable? ; Use a Vulcan Odoless ( Gas Heate Can be connected to any 0M fxtue Wll take f chll moko a oom comfotable In a few mnutes, Guaantoad Odolaf* Absolutely Santay Wo have n In valoun tylos at dffeent pces Hammonton Electc Lght Co - FORREST F DRYDEf Pesdent South Jesey Republcan Issued evey Satuday monln Enteed In llammonton Post-OItlce as second-clnss matta by HOYT & SON, PUBLISHKRS Ovllle K Hoyt Wllam O Hoyt Subscpton Pce: fl25 pe yea 800 In -Ulantlc County Thee cents pe copy On sale at lce anl nt Wells News Iloom Advetlslnc ISatcs on applcaton Local Phones 53? ( SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 95 Dd you eve see such fne cement as that whch coveed Bellevne he past week? The paste (o podge) was fom two to twelve nches eep, aud fast dven autos plasteed pedestans a dozen feet away Jow about that, poposton to pave a poton avenue, cost o be bone equally by State; County Town We have spent moe than enough on that steet to pave t thee feet deep wth fle best mateals -- : T ^ Now that gound s fozen vey deep, mmedate connecton vth sewefshoud be h%de Accodng to pdlna^nce, e aje ut about ten weeks to do ths ; n, f t s nol done, Councl wll ave to enfoce law, wth a fne Really, t wll be a good nvestment, no cess-pools o open (smellng) dans to bo wth Call up ou plumbe now, whle you have t n mnd Dont fal to look afte you chmneys Thee ae thee danges to e avoded, bcks doppng f on somebodys head ; bunng out ; nd fllng up chokng f, causng coal gas to back nto ouse The latte happened n one house past week, mght ave caused famly seous llness, t was an old chmney, It s stated on good auty that next Postmaste fo Hammonton wll be Lews Langhan Whle we would pefe to see some ne,,yfje olde Dem&cats apponted, Messs? Osgobd, Black, o ugan, fo nstance, we must acknowledge that young man s negelc pogessve, we wsh hm success n evey way Noj >tle- Hnmmonto TmsfComJlaly buldtg has beeh bu- fonfs TentTely gone^ They ae ^ong busness wut nteupton, but wll be glad when masons capentes e though, whch wll be soon, leavng t n hsome, commodous, nd up-to-date stuctue: To pove that umos n egad to contagous dseases n lammoton ae untue, Santay Inspecto nfoms us that dung c past ten days e have been epoted one case dpha, one f membanous coup, thee measles So you see e s no,eed woyng, Satuday* nquest bought out two facts, fst, that \vne does lot poduce clea heads ;, second, that eomeonc s e gvng sellng stuff by ptcheful An Odnance An Odnance fu tlo appopaton moneys fu thu geneal Incdental expenses tn; Town llmnmonton fo you 95, nnd espectng tnxcn to ho nnsenncd nnd mned to cove mld nppopntonn Secton Ho t odntl l)y tlu Mayo Town Councl Town Hnmmonton, Atlantc County, N«w Juntoy, Unt thuo nlmlt-bu appopated, nml y do hfely nppopnto followng mnts fo thu geneal nnd ncluntul oxp«m:» tmld T<wn Hanmoton fo you 96 : Ko Town Pupoaen ( $4,00000 Ko Hghways 8,60000 Fo Fo Depotment,00000 Pu Cae uul Mantenance Ioo,00000 Fo Sltot Lghtng 4,00000 FA (Inu nnd Mnlntomnct k Fo Itond Ilmlth H0000 Fo Dalmge ROO(M) Fo Mnnolnl l)uy 5000 Fo IntooHt on Dlt fo S( <nvnlkn nnd (Jubn 4KUUO Fo InUvnt on Dolt fo Conntlon Huwon^ Fo Into-nt on Huwo lloun Contclnn d«l)l Fo Jnteetton «onln Opunton ond Mnlntonnncn S«wunK«9yMt«n 25,00 60,(K) - Sucton a AVho It anlnml, nnl tlo nmn m>«ptoj)ltt«dlthflt ahull bu uaomod ond nln-dly tnxnllof mn J:t,ffl«7ll, whch mld n In dut< lnutl IIH fullown : Appoplnllonn» 0,27( 00 Itontucoa,,, Ilnlnco on hnnd fom llncoll«ct<:d Tnxon fom yonldh 0,04827 Auunt U> ho nlncl hy tnxntlon,,,$8,22078 (Htood) PUKDKKIUK C HUICT Mnyo Attcnt; W U HRKIY, Town Clek, Inlnxlucu^l Jnmny IIR tmvd Jnnuny IB, UG AMONG THE CHURCHES f All Sotlls Chuch: Mong se vce at oclock Vh B*,Gadne wll begn a couse semons b What Chstan C lmcue Contbute to Good tl Wold : Next Sunday, 24th, he wl consde The Roman Cal Chuch The-os see wll be, The Potestant -Epsco pa - Fesbytean, -Meds Epscopal, os Evenng sevce at 730 IBalbp tcoh llustated lectueon Custom Mannes People n Tme Chst Mss Ruth <3adne wll sng Tjese llustated lectue ae povng most nteestng, anc nstuctve sevce 730, me, Selfshness ts esults * M E Chuch Stanges always velcome hee Semon subject at 030 a n, The n f tee, at 730 pm, Fathulness ewaded Study Scptues at noon Juno League at 3 oclock Paye sevce on Thusday, 736 pm * St Maks Chuch^ 3d Sunday te Epphany Monng Paye nd Holy Communon, 700; Ltany ud Holy Comnjunon, o 30 ; Sun- ay School, 45; EvenugPaye; 00: Feast Coveson t Paul, Monng Paye Holy Communon, 6 am The Sabbath day was gven that e mght have tme to woshp; e Chuch was bult so e mght jeaplace Gven lme plage, ll we fnd you -at Chuch? Petyte G-bufeh ces-; hous 0 atm7^a3~7 3Op7nT TheneT The assnanqe God gves, aton Sabbath School at noon, o lean way God Paye meetng, Thusday, 745pn, to elp both sant snne * Steet Spnklng Repot MR EDITOR: Wll you please ubl,sh followng,, statement o spnklng Bellevue Ay h welfth Steet to Readng Raload, one squae on Egg Hao Road : - Full nmnnt collopkhl?m B2 \Vntt Com, lo wnle 0 67 Ilvpallnc wntff wnu,073 altlnymatt WARon 700 Inaulnt wate wnton u 7 (olleclln At low ent 424 IIHKS llalanccah hold by Itobcl Htecl, (7 M7 d Steel has managed bulk f -ths wok, made t possble o tle esdents on se ateeth to ve wth some comfot, eleved c teble dust caused by utpmoble taffc We hope thnt ome ou publc fcals wll, to get State to do some-, lng to eleve us ths unjust utle WM J SMITH Poulty Men Elect The Hammonton Poulty Assoclon, at annual meetng, last eek Fday elected Messs K H hape, T W VoTeJ E Gehnl, V Pez, Gco, R Pelouxe, T)IOH J Celley, H Q Packad, \a Decton o yen At Dt-elos etnu, followng we closc: Pendenl, R II, Shuw Vce-Pent, J H Guhut Secetay, Anton IMez: Tuunuct, H O Packad JTHIC TO lkimtohh ->t»taol llulunc llnumlll, l)nc-,nn«el Iuaunn to tn0f>deo Knnnel(!, Hhtno, omto <l Ila Iotnl ol Atlnnllo lhl»,ta» nutwonll u ll<>tlon ol llu lcnlnmt, muto IhtNnhl tbu--dnnl, lt lndnly jvon to (ho cnllton thu mld 4l--l^nt to hlllt to Ihu nuhntlh ulc H o nlllptlnn, tlol Mulnnunl tmundu vtlnn lt» tutu HID wll lcctlont, wltlln nln Kllm Ion thn lnl<, o tluy wll ld lonvx nnul on omtk-nln o ut-ovvlk ll> Hm ncnlnu tn- ml<ll>«w mcuu m:av ^n-uo, yn lmtlnk N -I, J no onlon, N fl<<t * *no o Wuyp* nl«,, J Uk«n tlouuh fm */o,»oot y/tlalnollw wllhoulow»,(b» Sccf c Jmclcan SHERIFFS, SALE By vtue at a wt»f fe loclu to ate dected, lowed uut-ol Uo Nuw Jumoy-Cout <j Clancuy, wllllohoa-nt publc vonduo an NINCTEENHUNUlllcn ANU lateun ntzwlock In ulteou <* nald day, In Cout lloom No 20, Second lloopounfnn- VS l t /?? m P, a y ullulb In Olty ol Atmntlo Clly^Couty Atlnulo Aud Btuto All Un cetan- tact o lot nm nnd P ^ --PVjolgW^jIjmmowonloBclbcl KB lollows: y «bou,?? «JvSnd a pont n - Soul tuct ouu hunded ffty (cot fom fcwely sde 0 lluon Steet unnlnc () OJ nountoktely & PtZS??? teflt nnd -N»«S Dnnllol-wlth : thsss Tltnn?»?hl!±«V l<!tl V, lo «efulx nche I? lln(j, 0 lmo Mn-^Cottloy: nce (2) Hn,«I C T t u, 2 u l f M«-Elcy» lno two JI»,SH d - - W? * leot to t-huabo nne SSI* lupus MX sad?& Klulds K M lds MHO! cot* : tt Nothwestely ght angles wt Ileamnt Steet one hunded loty- * V J»<snut Stw ; uce Baptst Chuch The Chuch s,, y?l n PJcftsaut Steet two begnnng mty - nt «o *«to placo Gods employment agency Wok UelK : same pemses that Jonathan II: fo all knds ablty, Lne up Bown by deed beang date olhlh day Novembe A!>- )02 ccndck n tlo wth Chuch C(? A tl«lc County In deed book Januay 24th, -030 am, mon omhltnfee Bnd c» «ng wosnp, me, The Peval nn tle nowty ^ho Cottell Comng Chuch? B S*-f,! R, lllken In executon at sut > 0 WoklucmenR Jjmu UulldlnK Chldens topc, Nuts Assocaton to be sold by 45, Bble School,,,, JOSEPH- n, HAKTLKT Dated Jnnuny 2 la, shel KllKNCH & ItlCllAUUH doilcltok s fee, 8830 D EBALLARD BRICK AND CEMENT WORK / And^PIastenng Oc St Hamnonton b tb* tlca w» tuo»t Ott Ibt Una 9000 FARMS Mat f kn buoj pntn to wnuho «twl to /Vntncw c!m m Uxz <nml lt nocnauoncceetjqgfanu- TlKnfomVn k»«bj New Yotk, Botoa Phk nd ManphM teccle t lua em w Wo yp mow fnal Ihu «a eae AftK nllnwold,- Wa can KH Snw tun No xhum (en -t Fo» futw nfom«lo «n<j (fm cow boouct How to SU You Fam >! wt to ou Meat H^W: Mlle, - Godfey lttdlftllammonton : / Atent fa E A Stout Fam Agency S J B; 3 Cts If you have Plenty Black Damonds In ybt coal bns, no matte how sno\v may fly outsde, o how cold t may be, you, can bd -defance jto tle elements ; but f coal supply uns shot : es gong to be touble Ou coal s fst qualty, full weght to ton^l you odes fo any Lttlefeld Ice & Coal Company DONT WORRY about MOVING Get Bussells Padded Auto Van NYWHERE Ceda Book, N J ANYTIME Long Dstance Movng a Specalty Bell Phone Satsfacton Guaanteed Let me Estmate^ All that s Good Latest IN Vcto Recods Let us explan some advantages buyng yotm VICTROLA at home We sell m on convenent payment plan Come n hea m We have a good numbe to choose fom ROBERT STEEL, you Jewele SAFETY FIRST USB PAXSONS SANITARY SWEEPING COMPOUND Whle Sweepng It catches GERMS as well as DUST! If youjobbc o dene do-h have nxho Santay Muufnctucd by PAX80N MANUFACTUHINO COMP-ANY, lno,< an; SuHjm Steet, Illluk-lphn, Iennj Iltckcd In Intclt, htlf-buch,»nd lulm fo UHC n HtooH, lotclhqhnolch, HcloolH, etc, ud*n fve, ten, nnd 35 cent ^ pckkutt fo hotchold mu It cicuhch llooh td bl^htm IlpctH, KltvlK oonh If) u pc ( nnd Hnltuy condton fom tu dlhlnlvclunt I und dcodol/o that It -otlh ) A»k yow Rocc fo t pudckc on fee Ilnl poposton I Insst on havng Paxsona Santay Oompound; Accept no tmbtututc Ou name IH ol bacl» nnd puckgch Fo sale by W L BLACK, Hammonton, N J Vtal Statstcs fd Nneteen Fouteen ItollowtfgMs tle^a^ by< Regsta kttbe annual epot tuv Boad Healtll-: / ; >Both pates ol Ampcan bth 29 ( One paty Amecan one Foegn bth -,3 - Both paent8-ame can-blth male - Foegn; male, «! cmalot5367!03n8 Mxedpaentage male 6 48 female::«, 4-»:8 B v - * 3 72 T7 00 Deaths by Natonaltes^ U0 9 )2 3 IBM Amecan, Amecan paenu 8,-«- 2! a 22;l!)0j!5 Italan : ;<,4,,80 jlflh f 2 8 IT 2 2 Knjllsh ;, 2 2 Ooman 2, L Scotch;; :,,, All os ; 78 Deaths by ARCS Undjj one yea, Amecan paents 3 3!, 2 - : ~- Foegn 0; 9 7SL to 5 yeas, f, BtolO, 3 I to , 2 S I 20to30, / t ; D 8 & 5 30to toW MtoCO «0to to80 % Ove80 n 2 5 8JS 7 US 7 8 Deaths by Dseases 009 ) JGlppe :: 0 /0 Typhod Feve ; 2 8 ;0 Whoopng Cough o :!:vo Vlphla, 3, o o,o Tubeculoss U 7 4,0 4 < Pneumunla <-, 4 8 2: s Jllghfs Dsease 4 4 I Infantle Dahoea t j) 9v 4 0 Dgestve Dseases 4, Cculatoy : ( 5 Nevous Cance**, Accdent 6, 3 S S B 8 All o causes 22,8-6 2 IK 78 Communcable Dseases: Tubeculoss Chcken Pox Typhod Feve Dpha, - Scalet Fcvej 0 I : 0 v 7 68, Kecclved fom Ms Waeo Sooy 2 Ms Stanlteet l O MCfewell 3 D FC Hut I ~D7C UunnlnghamTTSS- U J C Ultle , I M Dung yea just past, Boad Health has lost fom ts membeshp two ts oldest membes; tfut up to pesent etans sevces as Santay Inspecto Secetay The two membes apponted to fll unexped tems etng membes, Doctos Allson Myosc, have shown that y ae awake to nteests t Town ; You Secetay has unpleasant duty agan callng attenton physcans to law compellng m to make pompt e- pots to Boad Health, bths contagous dseases In most cases, se ecevng such ces make an effot to do bette, fo n tme at least, ealzng that t s duty Secetay to compel such epots, to be made ; but n dne case physcan became angy nfomed a membe Boad that he would see to t that you Secetay should neve be e-elected to fce TuntRCULOSs, Only fou cases ths dead dsease have been epoted dung past yea The smallest numbe n any pevous yea that we have ecod was n 9, when n cases wee epoted Thee se epoted cases have snce passpjjo geat beyond, one,whch was n nun-esdent, who was sent lothnmnonton to end he days us comfotably, as possble, ^-L^ TYPHOID FKVMR Twenty cases wee epoted dung past yea, whch s about aveage fo past thee yeas Only fve canes we,e n houses suppled wth Town wate Thee cases came fom one house, Santay Inspecto epoted that nt least two o cases woe tncol to name popety, whch accodng to^ epot pesented wns n anythng but a santay condton Fles wee n house ove tn: food by uss One Stau- Inspectos, beng sent hee to nvestgate thu cause dsease, found n some cases dsnfecton dnohagct was m- popely-done o neglected altoge ll,e ecommended thnt tle local Boad Health compel buldng tnutny wato closets, o alteng tlncc aleady bult, to meet se condtons It s emakable lmt (lung tlo past two yuup a death lnn esulted fom typhod feve ScAULKT FtvtR Two cnse» epoted, no fataltes CHICKICN ox U^hteen c^se^enoted DlvTntRlA TMTO CAW* membanous coup, wth ecovey MKASUC9, Only twelve cases epoted dung yea, no deaths VITAI STATISTICS MAKIUAUKA ffty-fve, ten whch wee fom houdng (ownoh ph /--* BIKTIIS An Incease twelvo ove lust yea STIII, llktt Klght hlll bths, fou whch wee unde, DtATHS An Incnu ten ove pevous yea deatlh due to nfantle lulueu, lagest numbe n hx yenn H wee unde 5 yeas (>m«, 9 wee ove 70 yeas age, C deuth ale fom pneumona In Hlll lago dcullu wee canned by accdent, lagest lmbe fo 6 yeaw, u Hecctny IU»H ted to do hln duty eve Hlnec he has held tn- ; nnd f c-eleoted wll eonlnne to do MO wut fea o favo Respectfully nubmttcd,, J C UlTMlK, Beoetny Subscbe fo Republcau I BRIGHTER^ WIRE YOUR HOUSE Now s tvme you want Good Lght Owng to oettel^clitles lowe mateal pces, we- - ae pepaed to name LOW FIGURES Fo house wng They wjll supse you No mattejshee you ae, f you ae afay fom town cuent, make you own Isolated Plants ou Specalty Royal Electc Company Dstbutos fo Electc Stoage Battey jc6 Bllant Lamp Woks 5 South Second Steet, Hatnmonton Dop Cad fo Estmate COUNTY CAPITAL (JARAGE MOTOR GARS, POWER, ECONOMY, DURABILITY RELIABILITY Hay F Bch, Agent, Mays Lng, N J WILSON S TURNER, Sub-Agent Hammonton The Beo>lesBank o Hammonton, N J aptal, $50,000 3u pus~and~ Undvded Pts, $64,000 Thee pe cent nteest pad ou tme deposts Two pecent nteest allowed on dem accounts havng daly ^balj^ce-$jooo o moe Safe Depost Boxes, fo Rent M L JACKSON, Pesdent W J SMITH, Vce-Pest W K TIITON, Cashe pirkctoks [ I, Jncleon^ J A Wans V Osgood Geoge Klvns fm J Smth J C Andeson nml Andeson W R Tlton Wn L UWk ^akevew Geenhouses cut ml Ave,, Ilntmuoton Palms, House Plants, Gut Flowes, Funeal Desgns In fesh flowes, wvx o metal WATKIS & NICHOLSON loltth und IundHope Gadenes Uml Illn ll«m Hull l-w E P JONES FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Embalme hon tu«moll, II X, uu Ave Hammonton, N J Half-a-Cent-a-Wod Column Xo chngo Iww than ton centh Each (Inue Inltlnl, xnd nnmo counts one wod; ^ Pnublp pce chaged mta Al-ndVB Hhould bo In befoe Thusday noon If t>o»blblo, UnlfH* pates Imve nn nccount wth IIH, y Wll wall Ij, ft bll (uocensltntlnouaddlnpostaeetolt) but emt pomptly, elthb In cunh o ono nnd two cent Btatnpn No adv any sot wll bo ln»ot«d between news 6ms Real Estate ll V SA IK lou low on Twelfth Stoe 40 x 00 Cheap to quck buye - ) K<lw llallnd p*ok f&lo o Ilont ^eleht ooned house A * couvenlcncch Good lochtlon- on KB Habo Houd IoHsesslon Feb Int Apply J K Uclmt, llnnn-onton JOH c Sale lot nnd ban on nollvue Ave opposte ooples Unnk Appl to J \V Tlton WI2 Klllott Ht~ West IhllndcLplIn TJo Kent house So 420 Noth Socon ^ Steet, S0 pe month At>,»ly to May Stndle, Jutt t-kce Habo Itoa fo llent Nno oom house co leasant WashllKtou aw AllconvonlenceH ba lago pouuln Also, on Kol loth, 27 Vl St, eleht ooms, nl convenlccer AJKng W E WILL CUT IJcllovuo Nuuey In huealtch IonlllB Hcllevno, Ocha Pleasant Fench, Fouth Steets Oeo \Vm Tnvsctt /~\KIICK Hoons fo Ilcnt funshed - ulunlshed electc lghted steal heated Ms T C lnlltd DOR Itcnt stoe next to steels Jewel * ^Btoe, 5*25 pe month Apply to M Kubtaa 0 Houses fo Sale, on Oc Stee,oupl mnutes walk (um statons Ap>lyto tleoee Lobley ffok Hent thnt desable esdence o Packad Steet, nea Hellevue Avenue, I desable puny All modem Impovement! KnH electc Ilhtlnp bath,, heatlnc Apply to hot wutc A J Hlt- Bellovue Avenue Announceuejt9 -A-UTOlOnljK-toJHe--Caocal phone *?!Kj2 nv-tlealnokhlnc James W Cottell \I/ILL Funsh on ode Ion kettles fo vv bolllne spayng soluton, up to 200 cols, wth o wut jackets Ihone I:f Thos Ceame adv below, enttled Hoad Wanted >O Whom It Mny Concen: Tnko ce that shall petton nnd npply to UlnntloCnuy Cout Common Pleas, nt lays IamllnpN J on KeJ>n:y 9th Jlu- T on such substquent d»te-:ts muy be deulglated by mld cout lo sad mpose, lo nn Tdt-chanJR^ny nanu IbnfTlacldo Iuca o Platll lfaet, U KO eta^lo names ol j l)mntdlntc famly to lucns Placldo Iuca JIANO-TntE nnd Keputlnc n specalty W yes t-xelence Tunlnc?2t)0 - (co llaspc, esdence ol K N Thomas Local phone 762 ttftjohymodeafo Ihe pnt fve yean H -wth St Paul Symphony Ochesta wll accept n lmted numbe pupls ou tolln FotenR, addess on~sen-ice :± Wes Vaunhn- HTs automoble anytmeday o nght lone shot IVJIIH Cull up led Coss Itauacy,- o U)Cl XU LJAPKIl Hea Decoatos Intmates cht-efuly funshed Clau SlmpKon )oy uohtnl^ ±! WnshlKton Steet Mscellaneous KDAH Shnnes nnd Bey Stakes fo anlo nt luudct plve elms I) Soden Mnplo Steet I nnnnonton j heavy one-hose spng wacon * wth ole Khnlts pnctlcally new nadebvjohn \Val- Thot Ceame Fnlvlcw Avo PPIK Tees as nce n lot ol Ioen as I eve L saw Pces lvht J Muay llassett, Packad Steet JUntoKRTIKHD DUUIIY lo Kale cheap ** ) Kdw llatlad L OH Snlo IlKutld *lnnt: 2 hp bole ; 8 hp eelne: 6 x l;! Ihulus pump : ton (plpo: 8-hose plow \Vlllsellcheap Wn ColwoII fol Sale two desks ono oll-top om< Oat-top W Hkjnnc & Hon Have a gml <-o\v Ion ABO Potato Spaye have no use lo It 526 cwl takes It I M Pnkhunt Wanted XTASHWOMAN W»nted-Kood washe-to * come to house, Apply nt I3U Maple Steet loarn Wanted Ko cntlouau wlf wth, a ollnvd Amecan famly, In homo Ith all moden convenlencea No o loadea NoatnOHa wholosomo ftwd uvntui equstes Htato plco po week, Addess X, llepubllcan otce Poulty, H > )llcb, mll l/lvc Hock I (lol llono, ImncHH nl ulu, (o»al«; alht Iutlu Mtatu luu\l>utt *^4H cauvll nod (o OIK? hathlnn only AddcNH l llox Iftl, Ilannontnn \JU/I: YOIIIIK Hml luno Mlmtn In nalu l ^ nlm> Wvundtto IUMIH nnd txoktlh, I ottoc lrnlcu Iost Found wunu In appllm lo Funl M M«In Mlddlfllload Uoollb tttl Knlxhud ItHnn nlmolll-, In unt Itu4, <»( Mlu Mllowl Apply Mm ItKhal Clvh, -am,v (n lunl R N BIEDSALL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER JllllllllIU PnnKllv -tlmndd l, 5 Olmd St, llnmnonton I mm I Illllu Hll A Second-h Buck TOURING CAR \> Hlc Cn be mudo a Knnbout o Tuck Tho buck tu-l OIIKH ol, A 95 Duck Run-about Motlvl C- j,\,-~new Ono Tap Buggy Vlll polennd nhnfth, ubbe tcm, new < fl TUIlNHU, Advetse n tlo S J R The place whee you get satsfacton n Watch ths space next w ek / gocey At Blacks Geneal Stoe Hammonton 3% Save It! Save you money Hgh Gade Tolet Atcles Used evey day Specal Advetsng Sale tll Jan 3st Ha Tonc, Rexall If 50 cent sze at 34 c >$! 670 Beautfe Shampoo Cocoa Butte Cold Ceam, Volet Dulc Vanshng Ceam Cold Ceam Rce Powde, Hamony Jegens Vo Dulc Rouge (Theate) Volet Dulc Wly Valley Helotopt; Bouquet Jeance Complexon Powdes Wood Volet DAtagnan \ Bouquet JeanR-e 3 stad Pefumes 0 cent Talcums, 8 c 20 cent Talcums, 6 c > $ 67C 50 centsze at 34 c ; so 5o 34 c - X 34 c 34 c c as c c c 75 49C c 5 cent Talcums, 3 c 25 cent Talcums, At Red Coss Phamacy Bacon s Cheape! Ou Own Bacon, cued fom choce Jesey pok, By tlxe stp Sngle Slced 24 cents 26 cents 23 cents The fst cung, Ou Own Hams Only a few, but vey fne* N Jacksons Maket ; SHWSOMf*

4 I BOUCT -\AIHO\J5 HOR5E FOR IEVEN ENT AND DEN BALANCE HI5SEUFON OE END OB DAVM6 DKTVUN VEAK To Ot UK FOR LtVlNI AND 6TANO ON Hl AT OE WO-RP nc ByfOAT VVHCRS P/»ssNt taunkrf ntftnatanal Cvtoojl Co N V* A > \ PULPIT TOPIC* THE DAYS ARE EVIL When apostle admonshes, Chstans to walk, ccumspectly, becausejho days-ae evl (Eph 6: 5), tata descbng d,ayp n whch he was a Sunday monng n md-may Judth Bggs, sng afte lttle sleep looked out at delon blows gleam- Ing lke gold peces on ^ ht lawn undeneath he/whdow, ct blue skes Joyous sunshne, ealzed tbat -she was ffty yeas old that day neve done anythng In he lfe that was eally woth dong Judth wna gven to selfjpuy Fo such a scflp-j -lttle -Old woman? hood she was Vey bave cheeful usually, but that monng she felt almost ll, he bugbms looked bgge blacke moe tefyng by eason It The mst In he eyes dmmed outdoo lovelness, nnd, -fllghlng-she-tuned away fom wndow to lttle dull Inteo he housekeepng apatment Thee wos one whole oom,a pece ot a oom Judth ate, slept, lved, cooked In whole oom Tho pece hold he tunk he clos Ws Hallonn, who owned house ented to Judth, used all second oom savo llttlo plcco that was Judths sometmes she encoached, on that, too Thoo weo seveal small Hallouns all l exta clothng huk n that oom Il«place wan In ode Hm WIIH slttlns down to end he nlblo -when chuch holla began to ng JulUh Hnt lstenng Sho loyod ^ (found thu H-lIt know m all Hho -Jl«cn hcnlnk n nl he llfo That heavy bnh», o WIIH BnptlHt; that -hlkh, neulllo ponl tjn lcpl«c(>pullne; ConKn>K»tlon:l PoMbytelan chnnmnl Hoonoly Hut hell Hnt domnated all wnn, to JtdlthH mnd, MelRt bull Bho WUH o MclhollHt FoywH who hnt Hoanly nlnnel a chuch nevlco Hhe luu he cone a pew, mwhon Hm cept Into II nhe felt moe nnnly at homn lmn anywhee elte In wold Wlonov Iho Medlnt tell nk t ntned lo hold n peclul call fo ho n call whch nhn dd fall lo lcct, Thn llonll;, howeve, IhmKk Ihn cull WIIH flnn-tb Imtntlll HII (TvlTT Hm no lh,mllon to leel It cumt to IKII that wth tll tn) hnnpy wold K»ln; I hln ll;ht monng In chnh, nhe lllkhl well affol to nny nway llchlen, e won lo Im a new man In Ihn pulpt, a ntan;c who hal cxclnm<etl pulpllh wllh Ihn -uh plllto, llnlllk a lttle lef nle leunl bn no lhlly If M Hlncln won «nl(t to pmcl nhe would gnl an effot lo no M S cnle would mlm h<, lnt He nluht neve would know whe nhe WIIH e o ml Hnely mcl a wcnnlnch HH felt wnn omplo excno fo hn UylM Tlo Ihomhl oc(uet to he Unt pohn,p,h lu- potmnco at hnh wmll )w nwtocl nftc nl It would be IxINT f ( l tk mn to llnl hln anoknllon, Jwny, lecnum nun fand ceato nllnctlon than hln semon She could only fll one place, deful, too good to he tue that she It s tue, but that was bette than seen hm agan head, hs to fll t at all- She decded to dea voce Judth! She tuned put he feelngs asde do he duty by gong to chuch Befoe last bell ceased boomng above old gay chuch she was In he quet cone, wth he small hs folded wth he face weang Its -customay epose >-The congegaton ustled dfted by he-7-such a small congegaton as In astonshment He ovetaken he was holdng out hs h»judth, suely In spte all yeas you emembe me as I emembe you? She gave hm he h Temblng, pale, but bave, she looked Into hs touhled he- heat to see Thee I eyes- I haye neve fogotten you, scacely was a young face to be seen, yet automobles wee full m as y flashed countywad Tho hell ceased, ogan played, congegaton began to - hunt thofgh ffet hymn books fo openng hymn Tho doo behnd tlo pulpt opened mnste came foth He was aslende man, wltl ha top whte fo hs One, thn, bown face It was a sad face, ted, too, but wth a klndngss goodness sweetness In It that must have won heats Hs dak, keen eyca moved ove hful people gaed o below hm ested at last on ono face a llttlo, whte uplfted face that shono flowollko In- dmmest cone Tb ecognzed Judth Instantly And she lnl ecognzed htm Afte thty-two ynna uha Htlll saw In hm dea looks man Bho lovod that o May tme Hm nevo hnl neon hm snce neve lonnl hlh nno nntlonol Now ho wah o bufou he at lant Ilo md conc, honoed to thn holy plucu Thu wolhloh donnut bal bocomt (lodh lud ll( hout uan full joy am pllo lu hm, In thankfulnmh that Hnt WUH pemtted to 00 hm n;uln Hlut sat vey ttlll, wllh hn mall lnml tlhhtly claxed, loolllk lownl wlnl juulo tlo ono bght tpot In lfe fo he Tho lovlcn wont on mll- Inte IMIKUII lo pench Thn Utlu mjnon, Im all, WIIH Tho love llnl<:uc(t I n clnvely than canny ho unfavelled hln no l^lfo wnn ealy placed In n<-alo> On one nldo went Hoow, tal, dlnnppolnlncut; on thn o Joy, fllllmeh, HoMHH No lfe wan ol he all nl HlUK n hn he Ko evey ouw mel n HIICCIIHH; fo nvey tal n ut nlenl It wal <!<>d who nullhcn I ht oven Imlnnco, luu llku tochel He ncalen that held ou poo fnluunn nml kopt m lcmly le nmle up to m fo nl, An ho peclnl Imllth fotot lummmj-o- nml mnheed only tn -nae It eemel meant, to cmvey Kpeclu] hope (ud comfot lo he II up Illle),, cnllol he When nt lan ld voce canel tht lnvtl he henl nml p^yc llelly In n npllt Ilunlflnec Alle Ihn lcmdtllon I heo WIIH a HI ld ol lownl lln pulpt lo lmldt ImnlH wth lnt mlnlnle lllll Judth lmcl away, tllm WIIH Inn tmd to appoach hm Hm wlnlel to nllp nut llelly am net Inno whee ule could Illnk It all ove, won In n lcmn, Hho fol IIH If nhn II Hnomol lo> wolshe sad Judth, Ms Gange was speakng M Stelng Is gong homo wth us to dnne, you must como, too Now, dont say no I wont hoa t She ISht gong to say no, sad peache, he smled, as ha spoke So Judth wont homo wth Ganges to dnne, whle- Ms Gange bustled about ho dlnno gottng, M Gange, wth hs cuffs f, glded he, Judth sat wth M NORTH-POLE -DIOCESE, ~ Uone to-wok-fo-hing- T The tence s, efoe, mechancally com- The Rev James Rc Lucas, Bshop Mackenze Jtlye, has pobably most cuous docese n wold, fo t ncludes Noth Pole The docese coves an aeaot halt a mllon squae mles, but populaton Is less than 6,000, made up Indans Eskmos famous IJlonde Eskmos; e ae only foty whte people, cpnslstlng tades; pollco- mssonaes The Blshop,who has baved [danges, goous non clmate fo twenty-two yeas, Is at pesent In Toonto, nnd Is supentendng buldng a msson boat, destned fo Actc Ccle, fo wok among Indans nnd Eskmos The boat wll cost $5,000 whon It has eached Its fnal destnaton at Heschel Isl Fom ColllngVood, whee von- Stelng on staled vo, y got eacqualntod Ho told no about hln lte It been full, busy, hued Ho hal maed, a yea o, so befoe hs wfe ded Ho waft chldless alone Then ha asked about Judths lfe sho told hm what o was to toll I tavo accomplshed hng, she faltood,-nml o woe toas hv hf oyoa Oh, you dont know thnt, ho opovod he gontly That wan n wondeful day fo Judth Sm wont to chuch that ovonwth OanRoH nnd nraln head IXvhl HlnllK peach And nfowad ho w :lkot homo wth ld though May moonlght Thty-two yean ago, In- Jmt nucl a nlkht an thn, ho wld, you an out to Kttc to If/ no that you pnnnth wouldnt lot y^u may mo It nomled that, Judth, lo malm a man mo Though I malxl (lc woman, I have caed Ihontflt ynu all my lfe U In m dllnyalty to heeto nay that -Imllth, tell me dont ynu fenl Ihnl wo two may bo happy ytft T Am JulUh wllnpnnl that Hho IholKhl y could muted moe ten than A man was Recently sentenced to death fo tbomude - a mechants wfe The~ fa vctm s too pppto pay -executlones ; fee, mechant s avese to makng payment on gound that Ills wlfo was a bad woman It la possble that sum necessay fo payment executone wll be collected by subscpton among elatves fends vctm, owse mudee wll escape beheadng, wll lnge out hs days In pson WHAT 8 THE VALUE OF ANAVIGABLE RIVER? Tho Dolmavla, Pennsula wth ltd numeous ves wateways Is!wll bo-takon-lstnleglcally located nsa an tans? ovel to Athalbnsca Lng, on potatlon s concened He lnos Canadan Non Ralway, aloads ve wth ve boats fo ewpmont goat volume fam fom o wll stat on ho Jouney 2,000 mles to Hoschol Isl Sho dft on Athabasca snoot nnety, mllos vylll tavol llvo nnd apds MR LINCOLNS CHILDHOOD Of all yean Abaham Lncolns ealy chldhood wo know almost hng Ilo llvot n soltay lfe In wood*, etunng fom hlh lonn- Homo llttlo gamns to hln chqolonh homo Ho novotalkod no dnyn tx) hlh Intlnatn flonds Oncn, whon mlted what ho omonlboot about wn wth Goat nltaln, ho oplot: Nothm; but thn: I lcen llflh- Ing ono day nnt caught n llttlo llhl whteh WIIH laklk home [ met n oc poducts Ths- mcans compettve tanspotaton a consequently extemely) favoable ato It fu moans quck tanspotaton to bg mokoth county aby acoosb to Easten nnkato wth ealy poduce Thnk what such a tomondom advantage means to n lon so Idnally adapted to hgh pced ealy poducts tuck fam nnd oc fluccox County, Dolawno, la IngoHt poduce Htawboles any county, ho Hlzo In wold And sho IH lkewse lostlnml to locono geatest gowe apples, ponchos chwlon Not tunny yeah ago geate pat ths famous county was glvon ove In egn 6f Fancs I Fance quckness wt was ten moe pomptly ewaded, than actual met The monk, Regnlc~Malnus, dd lack met, hut ho owed hs fst advancement, neveless, to a cleve etot Fancs, who was vey fond gamo tenns, was playng a match one day wth Malnu^ The monk fnally ended -fought gamo wth a bllant stoke : Tho Kng was somewhat out humoon account hs defeat Remakable! ho exclamed, sacastcally, to thnk that such a stoke should bo made by a mee monk! But, se, epled monk, who was ns quck wth hln wt as ho wns wth hs acquet, It Is you Majestys own fault that, stoke was made by an-ablot - A week late Matnus ocolvnd hla appontment as Abbot Ucaullou II IH nllnwllt fo a n lo pun on lln own an If ht doe It woll nnd loo ten Cadnal Man- Jlntf-unnt--to tnll -ft-ntoy-nf hln lnml, llhop Iluntono, who unn to luvo been n wt IIH wtll IIM nl enlnenl neclnnlallc Ont day* u nole bn Hock upocllml hm wllh (ho emak Mn ht VVAllnl n wfe, ht mll-l Ihn unn y^b(lht conllllom nho nnt le yomk, ch am pnly Ilm )lnlo nnwte) hm In nn Mltant You nn nlnlalon, nald ht, My mnn In llnmlod, llllont I lo mnl)o nldht, The nlvollnlk mame Wn In n une \VhIll (le male/ n eolllku Unted Mutte ohmikh! wan eply Tm foolu have pl^cvl Mnn, flopannn Icnllmonlnl fll a (( cut) on lnt mn pnge wth Ihn mncomtmt Hnt nho hud n non H out al could noldlo In oad, nnt hnvln; nlwnyn! to gowng con gan Tm l IH now leconlnk loo valuable, fo been good llbh hold told at homo that we nnt llt to noldlon, gavojlm my In only a fant lolmpnn, but II nlown IH ullo ploannnt I hn (famly, nun cllld am I In- patotc hojno- Hut thno l> no ( U«ntlnn tml Ilco Unt yenn bn lfe hal l lunll f cffcl upon tonpnnuncnl I bn ;cl nllhfnl nnd mtlncloly mn Ht Illllo nloollm; le accom lulud hln ultlu Hunh tu thu only ;II- I(IO M In Ihel tlkhlohool, one Itopl by /clmll Hlnny, nnd nolle by (alel l /,«l, whon ho leaned tnt nlpllnl, anl Illtlo moe lnt o nl I hollo mlvanlkoh fo tlo cultvaton a youk mnd npllt whlh evey home now fen lo (In chlden, bolu, loyl, IllKenllm Kmen am lnljy levnllm pnnntal love, m lmjw lolttly Klllm;, AN IDLE EXECUTION!!!! Knaln gowng Kvontunlly evey twenty aoen In thn Kent -oglon wll suppot u eoplu hy (hn nnoo no buy- IIIK gound do\vn tleo many no peoplo ROIIIII fom Iho wentnn (county, whoo ploon nn» ovewoked <nt whoo oppotunsm fo fn o cheap Int havo panned alelh, oconomlcnl tnnnpotnlon to tlnn, In what counts AmoK HI lndto (llom hooel In Ienla In Olo whch nmpwcn an execul lone, lfte pofonlnn bn lcml olllco tu clam Ihn paymnl fnm Iho pnentt o tlutlven Ihn vctm a lmn exooolnj JHIHI,- Itanly, howvo, IH Iho mn fotlnnnlk, nml, u» n conne lo <n,, tnt mnnlt- In Hu ItnplHol fo llfo on nccoml Iho mml exenu- An Invald WIIH walkng out wth bn wfe o day when n mn met m nnt voy fmlvnly nhool bn luu, An how do y>u to? How do you lu, How In you honlll now? ex clnlned; tn man Mono you ImnlncMM, mapel Iho Invalll,, JefllK bn haml awny, ht hulel (ff wllu hl wfe My deal, nho nnhl, epovlhly, when ho ahnvel lnwn nn Hnt nht cnll Hpcnk, why \vee you no ude lo hm? Ht nnmml vey anxlnu to know how you wee lltlte hng, uowled III- Vlllll Ive voi n lnhl In le, That (Imp In Iho new tmlolulo who opened n now nlop In ou nelllohool Iml wcteh lln n lmmc what luu llttlo boy thnk luml llulo loyn QUITEFUNNY Tho appontment Plnco v\loxnnclo Tock to bo Govono-Gonna Cnnnda In HtcconHlon to Duke Connaught ecallfl a htoy connoctod wth a cotalullg place- ontotnlnmont In I/omlon Ono day manko, who wah voy anxous to noco nomo Royal patonago fo!i H Hhovv, WIIH Infomed to bn gnnt tu-llght that Plnoo nnd Pn- cenh Alexndn Tock popoundhonong pefonmnco wth tlml potoncv flnt ovnnlng Hn was Knatly delghted nnt excted by thn lnwn, nn tlmo fo ptfonmmn low non ho lomnvihy~sntl<>l, Me decded that, entance hull Hhonll ht cleaed no Hnt lt IUIKIIHI pnon Hhold m lncovenlnco on K)ttln K out Itoynl enluko by nlhlng nhdlln wth cum--- moll eowd Mont mnpln hn mamkol to dea nway, lnt n-wh one youk man wlmefnnol to ltl;n Me nalt he wan wall IIIK fo bn wfe, Hut oxchlnel ths llnlnctel mamkt, thn p nco nunt bn kept clea, lccanc Im expectng (toynlty Tm ynk nan Klmml llmv funny lo am II l nntt, n eply whch cdnplnlely flootyl hn Tm yol); lmn wh,, Ilnco Alexnnle llnnelf wnltb; He Ilncen, who wan conng) Im,,,-, l Tnlln Tnt ponlal nevlc( wetched condton llonl Neve ced It Well, hnvo, DulK lut n I poned ono hunded al o latnut f nccmt wth c fo lnollte pynel, nml, IHI nn I nan lean, moo lmn t\j,v t my (ntuneh tcolvel l lulltm IVleml (In Lonlou at naley)--ho y Hklnd you plolue, oll (lmpf,nluto -lolunatnlyl Jlny (vldmt-: ly ccohnl/c,l Hn vlut, nml IIIIIIK It leyoul peach ll» nlnnhlug nllltanth, ylnowl ll IV llved^they wee ayojjble to - development tue Chstanty The powes lotevl wee, aboad In eath The woldwas -enemy Chst But f we should suppose that days apostle wee exceptonal n ths espeqt, we should mako,-ageat njstahe- The fom whch powes evl assume, guse n whch yattack-tuth ght- eousness may vay In dffeent peods JBut e has jfeve been a tme n- hstoy lot wold when statement, days ae evl dd apply Sometmes foces - evl seem moe- poweful than at os; sometmes assaults upon elgon ad moalty ae moe open bold But always atttude celved led astay by m We can hold, fast to tuth as-it la In Jesus, teasue, Scptues whch ate able to make jus- wse unto salvaton / Eveyday Moal Evls But evls whch, suound us aganst whch we must be on ou guad ae all an ntellectual n4tue Some ae a queston plan eveyday moalty We lve lndays In whlohtto some eason o otfet -moal sense men has become blunted, In- whch men have leaned to vew wth complacency If wth appoval, actons conduct at whch foefas would have, stood aghast / wold s one antagonsm to tue elgon Whats: thus tue c evey age-is, tue one n whch we lve The days ae evl Ths does necessaly mply tbat days ae wose than y eve wee n hstoy wold No does It conflct wth well known fact that n some espects wold shows a geat Impovement Ou Pesent Daly Advantages Those who lve n twenteth centuy* have many advantages ove se who lved-at an eale peod, * We ae In mdst an age dscovey Inventon In a mateal sense days ae evl We can scacely conceve how ou foefas, managed to exst n comfot wut aload, tolley ca, steamshp,- telephone, telegaph, gas, electc lght, a hunded o convenences These thngs have emoved many physcal evls fom whch lou foefas suffeed But y have elmnated any evls, to whch apostle efes Fo se evls ae moal sptual And no amount mateal advancement wll do away wth m The aloads tolley cas steamshps electc lghts vltncss as much evl as coach,--salllng veaael anfl jlea ou foefas wtnessed And whle we ae saved nee»saltyoj contendng aganst many mateal dsadvantages aganst whch y to contend, powes evl, powes whch antagonze tuth, ghteousness elgon ae as poweful as dangeous now as n Foces Whch Antagonze Gospel If we Inque, what ae some evls day aganst whch Chstan must he on hs guad, we fnd that y ae, fst all, foces whch dectly antagonze Gospel Wo have fallen upon an ago doubt sceptcsm an age whch openly questons tuth ealty much whch bu foefas accepted wut queston; fo example, uyplatlon~te Bble Thee have always been se who assaled It Dut pehaps neve ms thjo boon n tme when men assaled It moe oponly boldly Even nmonp many The Stage It has been mantaned that stage Is a teache moalty But f eve t was such, t can ly be clamed that t Is such now It Is ten a a teache, mmoalty And In se days t Is pe-emnently such, wth Its mmodest exposue peson Its suggestve, songs jokes on vaudevlle stage, ts use plots stoes In ate, that ae ft fo dscusson at famly boad The queston attend- Ing ate s one that must be left to ndvdual conscence, no defnte Invaable ules can be lad down The mnd heat can he yelded up to Chst yet takedelght n epesentatons whch ae antagonstc to mbauty^whtct Chst enjons The Fashons Dances To-day And what fashons dances day? Tme was, when modesty was egaded as womans chef vtue If fashons In desses- dances ae to be taken as cteon, modesty s no longe deemed necessay o desable Both dess dance seem to have been Invented fo expess pupose dong away wth modesty,undemnng moalty Theydo completely succeed Indong so, hut tendency Is undenably Inthat decton When waltz was Intoduced -nto saclety, men women that peod wee shocked,at what y epaded as goss famlaty between dancng patnes If y wee to look upon new dajpes to-day, anmal dances, as y ae called - plan, undsgused canal dances that have become so fashonable, waltz wouldhave appeaed to m hy compason us ulmobt a symbol modesty popety If such dances meely human, book And In vlow tlohn ten Hblln nnd nlwnyx Insldlotm nltnclh upon - Iho Hclptuon, It bohoovos Chlntlan to walk ccumspectly nml ns n fool Thn dlvlno chaacte Scptue^ Is deondont upon nutlemntlcnl lcmomtatlon, hut IH poved by Its powe It In quck poweful anl nhnpo than any two-ndgol Hwot Of thn, hlhtoy wold fo nneteen humle ynne Is a stng tohtlmtny And It In Inclnbont upon (hlntlan to let llnnolmo docolvet by tlo glow- Ing no llh len nml hlgh-noundlng potemch (f nn who amll thn Illlle, but to emcmlo wod l/ol: Heaven nml eath nlall PIIHH awny but my wod nlall pnh nway Am nn men nttnck tlble, nn H ty attack Hn fundamental doctlth Tho voy Imnt nnd onnto (lllntlanlty nt nhalled How pe- Hlwlcnt In tnt effot In many ( aten to deny dvnty ou lonl JIIHIIH CMlnt am to elucn Hm to Iho level n mte mal -a good mn, n pefect ma^, but only a maul How eonnlmlly, we mod In (ht lteatue lu thu uutumpl Ion Hnt*hn htman nce In lnpolntnly lout In nln buth nbnlnnlly able lo help <tno f; nml that cohpently vt\> ne noxl no wlluln nlvallon hy (loath cnoctln ou l/nnl lonun (hul, llyu lot m Im lecelvol by nn IOIIH, Invenlol by devl nml ntml hy hl annuln, Let m hea ml that, m matte what nnvlnk may nay, we nnluully no Ho lout, nml comlomnel nlnthat God hnn In ntvcy olmn by Iho peelonn blood Hln ^d ngtdeveloaed-lntt--a-caze whlch has blunted moal sense men women, se moden dances would be ecognzed fo what y eally ac, a de pel to modesty vltue comng geneaton Couage to Oppose These Evls It may tako couage on pat Chstan to st out aganst evls whch have become a popula fom entetanment But Chstlon should hnvo It Tho days ae evl; unhntnpeed sway pesentday customs bodes stll wose evl to futue And It Is Incumbent upon Chstan to take a fm st aganst evls whch theaten to gan uppe h, fo hmself hs famly-to-see tot,-that-~he walks ccumspectly nnd - as a fool Tho days n whch wo-llve ne favoable* to sptualty They mat;- nlfjl- temponl-nt--oost- fashon to queston Ionn nml nxalt tll( tnl y, nt ho Bplntlon Scptues to o- A* hoavonly Thol ton- luc-o Iho Tlble to lovol n (lonp y» «^ n^nv, fom, ch» nwny fom fath, nnd tuth, ghtnonsnobs, nnt salvaton Wo must bo on ou guad ngalnnt becomng Infoctnd wth wolds spt Tho days nn ovll; wo-nuht walk clcnmntoclly fot ns fooln CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY Topc fo Januay 24^95 - / WHAT BIBIE CHARACTER DO YOULIKE BEST? -, Psalm 05,, The answe to that queston, wll natually depend In lage measue J!PojlnejoInt-vl&wfom-whch-lt- s consdeed If t Is taken as mean- Ing, Who do you thnk noblest Bble chaactes? one answe mght be gven, whle same peson mght gve a veytfffeent answe -If queston was, Whloh chaacte would you choose fo an ntmate fend? If t was meely a queston geatness chaacte,: tne would have to choose between such men as Abaham, Moses, Samuel, Davd, Eljah, Elsha, Jeemah, Danel, Pete, Paul John But se men wee so fa out ange ^ odnay attanment that,lt woyld pobably be >dlf= flcult fo* most pesons 46-thnk takng any m except pehaps Pete o John, as an Intmate fend, chaactes as Jonathan Nehemlah May Bethany Thomas James Luke, beloved physcan, John, Mak, Galus, mne host, as Paul calls hln well beloved, aa us wut gvng us too geat a conscousness nfeoty It Is well woth whle to get acquanted wth all chaactes potayed fo us In Bble, alugh we have any oppotunty fo pesonal ntecouse wth m But moe clealy we shall feel geatness chasm whch sepaates even sanctfed human natue, at fts best, fom one pefect Man, Cjod-man; fowe fnd n Hf all pefectons tad all beauteswhch can be found In all o chaactes combned, n a fulfe, moe pefect, development than n any os He Is noble, nfntely noble, than Abaham, o Moses, o Eljah; o Pete o Paul, at same tme He s moe companon- Bat such smple Ruth Boaz able, than, any o man ( MERCENARY MOTIVES NKIND fends bad long settled to own sattbfoc- tion-that-gladyb-- hyna Ruddock wee pemanently Von shelf, when one day, to eveybodys supse exceptng young ladles mselves two sutos appeaed on, scene What made concdence all moe emakable waa fact-that Edwad Wnch Athu Chlppey ( young gentlemen In queston) wee only each os cousn, but gls cousns also The Bstes ten admed se male elatons secetly openly; but y ealzed that y wee only plan, homely young women lvng In a Bmall dead--alve county town that was too nea London to attact maageable vstos; Ted ^Tthu all advantages town UK e m havng only to hold up a fnge dozens lne ly Hty does -hng sot H«leaves It to hs nephew Edwad -Wnch absolutely-; Ive-got~lt-ln black whte, sgned by two wtnesses, so e! M Chlppey went whte to lps; hs cousn was as flushed as a ps tomato The onlookes staed at one ano Hke> Inhabtant^ Pompe mght have done when y head fst umblngs VeSHlus Let me see that pape, demed M Wnch Show us yous, etoted M Chlppty Impeatvely The wlls exchanged hs Pooh; an obvous fogey, emaked M Wnch, afte a cusoy glance,» Dty wok hoo~bald-m, Chp- [Aey, squntng at manuscpt bo- fot hm fomvaous~angteb IT Samb, dote as on mne; too Apl 9th All,, ght Ill Instuct my solcto t» hsome, wealthy ells wee at lodge a caveat at once llspcaal BO y sad, anyhow Soll I; well sft I And ths one pefect fend we can have as ou constant companon; fo He Is neve too busy to lsten to hat we -have to say, o too much occuped wth moe Impotant mat EPWORTH LEAGUE Topc fo Januay 24, 95 In n Hen ol Hon Icntn (Ihlnl; nml that ou only hopn nnlvntlnn In fotut In Hm by fath It hohnovo nn, tleefoej to walk clonpefly, nnt an fooln If e ne t hone who clon to plenno Untl fanny wth nul lnnn Invm- I Ion, wn can povmt II Hut wo (tan pevent, (mnolvnn fom lnlk On- JUNQLE MONKEY QIRL THE CONTROL OF AQUICK TEM- PER Numbes 2:3 Ths vese tells us that man Moses was vey meek, above all men whch wee ypon face eath It s an unusual fom expesson, but It Is vey expessve It emnds us fact that Moses was a man lke passons wth ouselves, as Paul sad hmself Banabas (Acts 4:5) Meekness Is a synonym fo stness,- ofot+jftckspt Onlya tg chaacte can bo eally meek loses was by- natue a passonate man The act whch compelled hm to tly fom Egypt (Kx 2:2-5) looks step: H Yet, on one Easte Sunday, se two ludy-klles pad a vst to old M Ruddock, Jontly sevetlly poposed to take cousn to Lonjjon on followng day Easte Monday The gls wee dumfounded, nnd as soon da y, ealzed that It, was,nol a cuel pactcal joke beng played on m, y lteally, Jumped at Idea suggested excuson As a paty fous y dd sghts metopols; as two sepaate unl dstnct couples y sat out a pefomance at London Pavlon mue hall; as twocoutng cou- BCS (advanced stage) y taveled In (5;l osltc cone seats back to Llttlo FuDtalebuyby mdnght expess Wthn sx months e wee two geat local eventsin vllage Ono was double weddng whch made Msses Ruddock Ms, Wlnch^ Ms Chlppey espectvely, o was funeal whch found same two ladles ophans Afte lost tes been : duty pad mounes guests-e-- saed wth a hgh ten, a whspe tyent ound ooms whch caused sundy oaultoy- convesatons to become -lended Inttf a : geneal- mumu, In, vllch a e Inteogaton wod wll seemed to pedomnate These mumus esulted In con eentated gaze all se pesons n9t; lkely to be - flnfthcaly nteested on) ths busness down to Hlt, declaed M Wnch gmly Itll be a mavel to me If It dont pan out as labo fo some-- body could lay my h on that somebody, wut movng vey fav c, sneeed M Chlppey A Wlnch got UB -left- - oom huedly, paty boke up In confuson ~* Half an hou late M Wnch enteed oute fce Lttle Pabblobuys only solcto A Puffey Is engaged at moment, s, epled ftfnee youth In answe to M Wnchs beathless Inquy If youll gve me you name natue you busness Ill phone though to hm The equed Infomaton was gven, wouldbe ltgant spent an anxous two mfnutes on cone n uncomfotable stool-then boys load:peeed ound a dooway Wll you please step ths way- s? k Puffey wll see you pesently The clent walked nevously Into tha geat mans watng oom boy walked; out aosshut doo As atch clcked,,mv wnch looked up, suddenly became awae that e was ano clent In oom To hs hoo he ecognzed gentleman; It washls consn, Athu Chlpey - ;- - Hastly *: SABBATH-SCHOOL LESSON Fo Januay 24, 95, GIDEON AND THE THREE HUN- DRED Judges 7 -, Golden Text Not by mght, no by powe, but -by My Spt, salth 3ehovah --ot-hobts;~zech 4TC ~-^ Human bengs ae machnemade; y ae -h-made -Each Indvdual has a dstnct pesonalty whch s net esult qualtes tendences whch -he nhe- Hed as modfed o developed by hs envonment hs habts ught acton The Bble sets befoe us, a geat vaety chaactes shows us faults as well as good qualtes, falues as well as successes And obvous pupose ths manfold evelaton chaactes s to latte whpped,, up an- f(;w,who ml^ht be, o, In o out--date quettones sale catalogue, y, n ]yp n «u- ~j5oblte~en3s -~~lhe oom-^-tnct -wves beng- engaged washng up ;, S WJpch Intepeted glances dected at hmself ose to -seek hs cousn But two met halfway, fo l Chlppey comeo n smla e These beggas have found out fom--tabtettntcnjecame deeply ab-; Wnch, who wee holdng levees -at op- I sobed n jts peusal MJWlnc; agto make It unnecessay to execse ; Hk«-th»-ac4on-ot-a-hot=tempotcd-man^ BHft, H, n nnd hs beakng th«tables stone on Whch God wtten Com mnonts was an exhbton Intense emoton So woo smtng ock at Kadesh angy wods whch accompaned Hnt net, (Num 20:0, ) Moscn Aon woe both shu( out Canaan fo Hnt sn Tnt ovo If thn atoy MOHOH Ima contnlnod -any oxhlbltlon lln pnsslomto natuo thu fftot that ho pun- HdHcd Hch a nntno nlnht havo boon An amuzlk dlbcovoy, whlh ncllb faly Infool fom tllo Intensty o tlo* stoy MowRll I Hutlyud Kp UKfl JuRlo llook^lmn luu lnl In ndu In junglo nct N;:m Tal n wlld-looltltk ovutun, uppauuly a human fonnlo chld, luu lmu fouul Tlut lm In ln IH povl by fact that o nn yu-olntlm mulu on both ant, but nxponuo (o luknt luu onumol u thck ha down mcl nllo o tnt fnco l n p no, whlh nmlo hu pptnc moo llltn Hnt (t u nnhny Ilu u lummn lolk- Thoo In ovldnnco to nlmw H KI IIIXH alwuyn vvlloul uplflt bll lo nt tlk ponln In (but a monkey, m nn< nl h olloh Hm wm vy flkltonl whon Unt cuklh, uul lol od whlupood Ml would ml only (;MM mll tw polvldo, but ltu wtx llurol to tnltn lonk nlllt Hm n, oouno, unnhlo to thllc,--tmt n In no tulbt Hnt nl«enn luu >onln to tlu> that nho wnn mlmnlonnl In lnc,)- an- monltoyh won h«ontn-nt Nntllvo In thn lum, hownvn-, l«olno tlut ohlll wan n\ol bj- IMIly Mo Tho Hnlay Hnluol tncln- Invl ex pllnnl Hut nllln Illbln nloy ll lolkth mll tbon mlol onmv IT hn oxpfll to (n muok tlo ntu«n> I nnolk KoutH I llno, wld IVuny, lnln fully Ilown n fllu to toll whon lln nuv Illl hm a html) tn bn \n\ nvyn ln u n<m<nntq<l kllt Two lokllnu phyulcnu un ImontltK wth <v now paanlln wth whch I hoy hope to oxiwnlmlo (hn (len l county In n fow yenm hln loyalty-to God am to Intoeat peoplo whom God nnlo hm tnt loade An Intmn natue IH a I way phlonatt, anl n pnnhlonnte poton IH cnpnhln developng a Hlolge nml noble chaacte I ban ono who In ptvnhlonnte; but only afte m hm succeeded In conqueng bn tempe nml bngng It unde contol M OH en hat leaned tutlf-contnl lu IIIK bn foty yvn txlle In llvt wlhlenem anl Hut mnnlontonchh nntuo whch mght have mmle hm n dkcoh clmact(t In any ponltlon wan conveted lo He nevleo (lol mll people <>f <<< God haten fvolty nnd InlHTeeKe le love Intennlly le can (Ut Knat tllu;- Ihoh lln lhtumontalty n pnnnlonatt man, mcll an Mnnon, n nnvlt n Icle, o Iml; o lohn, If He cnn ;cl conlol uoh n nn tempe, nnl nllmt It, anl dect II Into h;m clmmnlh nnnlonale people hnvo a voy ul wth (loth help vctoy, Vtlm llltttlo to IlKlI, y cull wt powe whch comcn fnm HlnlKl punnlon In well vvnlh ll,hllk f Tnt tempe whch hcntoml to bt n (nm wll bo Innnl lulu u llcn- Tnt etone In lnt Kutty nton, hnvllk nlned hln clolhen, WIIH hopplug Illlul, Ddnt you nee lhal Inn, Knnl pnllltt nket tln Koce Of nonnt I dhl, nnappet (tono, hut Ive ncnn nn nnny humk Up hen luunlk Homefewh whch wnnl lhal l tllnt helloyo lt, somehaw that e Is a, wll,- whspeed M Wnch a loudy nnd pompously, Indcatng beggas yvlth a compehensve wave hs h I spose wed bette hae It end anl satsfy- cuosty Its usual at se sot o tlncs, I bllovo The vey thng I was comlng-ove to suggest; I dont mnd In least, sad M Chlppey Bette do It fom thsjead o dnng table nnd make -It look moo fcal lke, oh? TPps as well, ugh I much mnd whee I ead It You ead t? Who sad you wee gong to ead It? asked suplsod Athu Chlppey Woll, etoted Ted Wnch fcobly Who clsell ead It If I dont? You lke to? ho asked wth thnly vclej I,Ike to! Im-n-RoInK to Tho tone In whlcb thn statement WHH utteos bought bnck vvdly to M WlnehH mnd one occnnlnn when, followlnp ono l dsageements, ho bad ted conclusons wth Athu Chlppey, nnd dscoveed to hla wplhn jnd phyfllcal dlhconntnn that bn coh(n Jcould IIHII nn That WIIH why tbe angy etot whch hu would llkt tohave ndnlgod In WIIH (onel down to modunt: Aw-lght; pleusn yohelf o conun, lln you happen to know what thu tenh thn wll an?? M fhlppny favoed hln elaton wllh nn cnklmatlo wnk tbo oan- TapH I do I nloldut bn unplhed If do, now I come to thlnk o t The peky, nol-commttal nntu eply Itated M Wnch, do onthm; bette end It at ncn Ket It ove, hn mkkcntcd The lttle e-nwd whch hnt Kael npen-mlutled open-eaed ound chln opened out (o allow m tee pnnnak«in lln (lnng tabln lndlen unt Kenllene am an>l fleml, IICKIUI M, (Mlppey nevou H - ly, (be leceaned Kentlenan whom we all cmpcet ban nfl u wll, an nunn nf you aleady know, I lavn henn ntkt to eud It to you Unde cove (f Iho chnn n - clatlvn KnntM am n, nolllu-y t;, eal lodwunl Wnch wllnpntd Hen It IH, at nmn tme emovlk JlUJ-fJlBClLAlVluuu fun hlupoau ut oundtke~3ecoatlve wsjppape a subject fo contemplatve : study Fo ten mnutes ffy clock tenson lasted It seemed ten houa to anxous cous!nst:thenadoo T at fa end opened smlng, ubane M Puffey came though,, chattng to clent wth whom he been engaged Wont keep yo& a -moment, gentlemen, sad solcto, as he ploted clent to oute lobby v The watng gentlemen tuned backa on each o -fldgeted wth feet Though patly closed doo y could hea tne mumu M Puffeys voce Then boys head made ano appenance, a hueh- ed, mysteous voce addessed, m aon I Jontly n a onqdehtlal whspe? v - Two ladles outsde: same names as you two ffentq; followed you hee;, must son you!at once, Youll Just bo able, to mun^b to fbo Buv*b comes back; IKJ always stops a long whle outsde wth old Tupln Wth blank looks on thal fac-p tha two Kcnta tlp-tood ln(v- oute olllca, to be Instantly pouhced upon bv espectve apousos Wluxtove le you dong hee, you noodle? cxolalmod Mm, Wnch angly And whnth all thlu Hlly ub- blnh about you dculous wll? Come homo at onco, Athu, you fat-l-a! ejaculated Ms Chlppoy Ilo you want to un us an well aa mako uu thn laughlk-atook thu town? llmh my dqa my nollclllo, M uffcy, whspeed M Wnch, Illllns In thn emande llln explanaton In dumb uluw have you fn wll In Iny favo, (leclael M Illpjley boldly, Ill nee lt>4ho;h He eonth If It conth me evey penny \ve lave Ulnlyn \\n:h tnnel a letpallnff pa eye <n Ilyllt Ihlppey - show how God adapts Hls-meda HealTng wth men to needs dffeent sots men;, also, by showng us falues mstakes, all- sots men to teach us how to shun eos to avdld^he taps In whch ywee caught Ths stoy Gdeon dffes n many espects fom any o stoy In Bble -So does stoy Samson, whch we ae to {ako up next, And se two stoes, whle y set befoe us ncdents whch ae altoge abnomal, pant fo us pctues chaactes that ae vey, vey common Samson Gdeon ae, In fact, smply exaggeated pctues ouselves - ;, We ae apt to thnk such chaactes as Abaham, Moses ad Danel, sud Pete Paul, as a;to- Fc atnmal qute uaappoachable,, In popoton as we do so thnk, toe -value te example expeences s lost to us; but Gdeon Samson woe men, as fa as chaacte o sptual attanments wee copened And yet we flnd that God could -use se odnay men to do geat thngs He used mn dffeent ways, accodng to capabltes, but, In each case, powe was God, success Gldeon God wshed to show Hs patence gentleness wltfse who eally do tust Hm ty to- please l - Hm God s alwayp wllng tq help weak fath along, out expect Hm to help us n such a -way fath That Is^one mpotant lesson The specal cae whch God took to- make It qute clea that people* won ^ vctoy fo )hemselves> teaches ano mpotant lesson - Thee Is a constant tendency n ou mnds to dsbeleve In, o at least, to ddubt,, Gods agency In ou own expeences We ask help In some matte, God sends needed -help; though some vey odnay channel, It we do watch ouselves caefully/ou peveted mnds wll mmedately take It fo ganted that help ( dd no come n answe to paye, but would have como just same f we bad payed fo t And wheneve wo allow ouselves to accept ths easonng we lose geate beneft whch Ood- was tyng to bestow upon us by stengnng ou fath Inceasng ou love to Hm God wants us to soo Hs h In all ~CTpetnccB~~llf(nvhe~thBy no pleasant o unpleasant Ho Wants ua to fool that Ho Is always watchng ove us cang fo ua And He wanth m to cultvate a thankful aa well as n tbtful spt to bea wltnesh Ills fathfulness, that oth- (>n may bo encouaged to put l InBt In Hm V Wo hnvo In ths BtoVy an Illustaton tuth that- God Intevenes In affas men wut ntefeng wth foo acton majl? wll by puttng ughts Into mlnln men whch Inolto n to net Ion In nuch n mnnlo an wll bng about tbo accompllhhnont Gods Ilo Toobu nlmlud )ln(u>npoopn! Mltl KMMl An If poo ftllkt- eve lv\(j u ony to leave anylnd: I ; \\lu ll lnhul u Dn funtllua \\lll IeallK- >(ll to pay thn llllllel-tllo! lenlllllv exollllnod IMlylllH A holle hklhk tn, tm ututn Tnll -l nlltll^dlloohly on lnt lo llln Intonnn Athu <hl pey waved htm lucl wth an lltubl, hued Aw-lKlt, nw-lkhll nnd tbon to hln tue lumxenet,,, dtocl d u hln own poeln-t a llue»n Velopn (Xllll) )<e olll llll< ekpoo- Innt counl wmdllll nnvnunly llnkelllk Tbn wll ondn an follown nnm M Clllppey, nlk bn Ilumh Ihoul tbn flap Ihn unvelope nnl ntactlk nheet (f ncnwled foolnenp I, Motlnn Ulnel(, l-ln, ttnnten, nloclen, do lnly leelllco (bn lo I HI my Innl wll, nnl no fotl Well, Im JlKKccll e«olalmcl M, Wnch, fllnnlk thn wonl wth lt foolllken on bn own wll now nped nut lenn hm I hotunath nl my nnl nnd pt- Konnl entnln, afte pnymtt my Junl nnt lawful deltn, to my ntphcwj* A llu Cllpltey, nlxolufn vto akhalel male* At that moment M Inffey K»ve hln clent a llnal hanlnlahe a heaty wood- hye, le e nteel lln olllco wth» clky, And now, Rnntlonn Hot he Kel no fn; hl» poapno- Hvo cllenln, nel»«d wllh Mddon panlo, wallol nnlll thn doo npnna wtu clen uul--lumlnunh- laltol - M, uffny ltnnd a cy nnplno mlxod wth InllKmtln, nml ntonl n- IIIK In»l< bewldement two flyluk flkiiieh Whnn vft, y thn ml le etuned wth n nlkh to tla two ltdlon Anl wlnvt can I lavo (hn p «nnt«lllm lno) thl bnnkb on wth none (Html upwnn d nnjmllelly ml tllo lnt tbo hm ml tlev nall Km Am to Illnl, nald IlylUn to he nlntc, (tn mlmtnn Inln, thnt fn oneo(tt(>( Ihono llttc-t wlllnl Ah my dea, In- wnntfl to unn n» cnmfnlvlly nalnd lnfom ho dlel I tnn wonttfd wlmt nnda Ttd no <tao, enmknd MM ^Wlnnh tkltfnlly Ill bvyo ono o two nwhwnfl ( <tatlona to tuoc hm wh»n hm Hn wll I Athu, Utotl hhl«kod M Wlnnl nxtlcl jlppny, wth m««nln«mnhu Ṃ* If WIIH Ood who Bent a doan to (mo tlo MUllanltoH nnd a Intnpntntlon tlo deam to ano tlu mnot n to gve utte-, unco to l ughts Jmt ut tlmo v ben (lllen \VIIH llhtnnlng Ayd It wnn (od who put plan t\u\ bat- Ho Into tlu n lnl (lld)on, who nlo Ihn plan a HUCCOHH by camlnb u panc ftn to «ol/o upon MlllulfH, whch HO cofhod thul mlnln that vcy n looked upon evey utlo man m nn otmy Thn tenoblk thut (Iod InHuncc lln clloh bad men nn woll m Ihono Kool- IIIIMI nn nl thokl Hut nll)lollu th(ju>d nulhmf JVtnml Tt ltlmflmtny fact Unt Im IH wokng out tlo wll, Ood, IIH JulH dd whon lu Ktycd u IH Hut Ktlvo tha tlo, A hoho-huk, wno Jltt cot f tnt (an Htopped up to n boy IIHIIK!HK aound tnt mllon, wth hln aalu- Intlon: My lad, I nn looklk M Hltlnonn now block, ntul-lntnclel loo How Ta no thny fom hno? About twenty nlute wnlk, o- )llel thn loy Twenty nlnlt! <xlul(m tnt lomo Inle, Nouonuol Tho ndvo- (Inenent nay flvo, Well, ull tlo boy, you on hnllovo mo o you m hollovu nlvotlneutt, only I ant tyln to nmko u Halo

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Geat vaety, Best Qualty Plumbng done nall ts banches Repang- popely done Hay McD Lttle -^ OddlFeUows Buldng A Vast Numbeṛ y Of pesons have joned ou Chstmas Savngs Club Have you?, * If, you bette do so at once Ask any membe what he thnks t IHAMMQNTQN MJST COMPANY Edw Cathcat, Contacto & Bulde Cental Ave Hannontot N J -Jobbng Shop Wok- - Funtue Repang- Wm B Phllps Attoney - at - Law Hammonton, N J Fedeal St, Camden We sell Empe Kng SPRAYING PUMP If you want a fst-class SPRAYING NOZZLE At a: Low Pce, We can funsh t Ty GasSell Lme Sulphu *~ Soluton, v Gasell Asenate Lead GEORGE ELVINS, * Hanmonton, - New Jesey THE PLACE TO BUY 4 Lumbe Mllwok - I>me Oomont Goal Wood t Pant Glass Bolngs Fetlzes Wall-boa^ Tea Ootta Ppe Oyclpno Fence JJoth PhoncH onpt Delvey ^ Lot us estmate on you wants JOSEPH R IMHOFF EMERGENCY CALL, The, Needlewok Quld Amen ca, as a facto n elef fo local Natonal dsaste^ has long been appecated, membes have doubtless wondeed why we have stood alo at ths tme, ^s-neve befoe --heat- A e naton has-been sted by cy x In a Battleshp dung a Stn The U 8 S Kansas stated fom Phladelpha Navy -Yad ol-jat nth, bound fo Guatanamo, Cuba, fq Spng taget pactce v^a manoeuves, but encbtteed vey ough wea suslaneddamages whch necesstated bedbcefugb twenty dstess Had call,been at days fo epas ano tme yea, we s We, eached Beakwate at doubtless have been fst n feld, fou oclock, anchoed, to<pepae fo ou speed un, to begn at but Natonal Offces Executve Commttee decded that to eght oclock next monng The ask a specal collecton so nea sea was qute ough at 530 a tn, tme annual collectons on sth, but ass that s ule Banches mght tell dsastously on on coast at ths season, no patcula nteest, was manfested supply gaments fo needs? Ameca, also on money fo We Tf eat fast at seven, u Natonal Teasuy, Ualf-an-hou wee unde way Asa Natonal oganzaton speed un began, ;: heavy-sea elef, t s planly ou duty to bea caused vessel to oll ptch, ou pat geat wolds helpfulness We ae fotunate n hav- volence At fou oclock no mess slgttly at fst, but wth nceasng g-a specfc am object fo tables could beset up fo suppe, ths collecton, to be able to all cew, who wee plan cay t out wth coopeaton on Lyons-Fance would call a h-out, each seasck jyee: lned up fo what we Needlewok Guld sought somethng to bace aganst Fom May, 9--3 untl July 94 whle eatng, as t was mpossble Ms, Stewat,The Toumle 6T~tle to st alone Ths outne was Guld n Ameca, lve*! n Lyons, followed all next day At founded e a Needlewok nght, watch to lash, to Guld, vyhch s headed by l statons to keep fom-beng Mayo, fceed by epesents- Washed oveboad Ou thee man lve women The pesdent^ s a daughte a pesdent Swss Republc, secetay s-an Amecan who has lved fo ffteen yeas n Lyons Thee s a body secton pesdents; one s pesdent Lyons Red Coss; two sectons ae fomed -wokng gls, many whom, though closng df factoes shops, ae now desttute^ Lyons has a populaton 600,000 ; se, pbably 500,000 wee dependenton daly wage, What The Needlewok Guld Ameca poposes to do s to open wokooms whee gls aud women wll be kept wam though day aud be gven mateal to make nto gaments fo wounded ( whom as wtflj as Septembe usswee sent to Lyons), be pad wa wagetbf twenty cents a day wokoousfo Belgan mos, whee y can bng babes, chlden Thee ae many uss Belgans n Lyons 800 aved one day n Septembe How long se wokooms shall contnue, how many can be opened, depends upon help ou membes We ae askng? fo money nstead gaments because we want to gve employment to stavn^twomen, because by buyng mateal at wholesale 4 Ameca, wegej t at Ths plan enables us to help, st wounded soldes ; 2nd desttute women n wa couutyy 3d ou own mhs; aud 4th ou cotton gowes All shpments wll be made though Amecan Red Coss In ode to confom to ou neutalty laws, wok s fo all natons Ths-ccula lette-was sent toevcy Guld membe, Commttee s hopng fo {he eanest coopeaton all If you wsh to have a pat n ths sevce, send ten cent*,o n«much moe as you caet to gve, to Ms Wllam Colwell, luhonton Notce to Fames It s vey ugent that fames ths yea should be vey caeful n selecton steed potatoes It s ecommended Unt y buy only seed fom gowes that Ims lu-cn nspected, The past summe, tlu- much-deaded Iowdey Scab und Kunpon Wat Dnfase wee found n ths county, IvxnenuMt Staton wld* out a wtulug to all potato gowvtt lo teat need befoe plantng TuatnL-ul () Jvxunnc seed to He that tubes an: fee fom Hcal>, cnnke, o ot (2) Kxumu- afte catlng fo black tteaktf o Hjx>tn, nnd thowout all that hlow uuy IndcutoH dhelhc (3) Afte makng me yon hm: all clean m-t:d, teat tn: m-c-d pot- IOI-H wth fomaln o fomaldehyde, pnt lu3u Kllou uf wate fu two honn -The bngh nhould nlno hu teated It would alno IK- well lo otate cops, gow polalo-h nl mum: loll two yean n mccchhon Two vygood k-al-m wlun to buy w--d fo tn: comng y ac : A-onlook Iotulo Cown AHHOlullon, Ilonlton, Mulu: ;< mo, The Cotl County otalo Oowcu Attttoon, Coll, N Y I wonld mgjjftu o-npcallv: buyng n l\\\ (ango o nthwle, UH l lgtt ode wll dem tn: allvntlon m dcaleh mom lmn a Hnull ode (WlUu hy dm n AtUllIu (!mmt>,j Wutnh fo Won l>omunnt«ol How Vole wnn decks became awash The- shp was n makng he best speed, a lttle bette than nneteen ks, fo enduance, whch s an excelecod fo one he type class, headng dectly nto a, seventy mle gale At 930 we changed couse a few degeessouth shps bow b^an to submege as she ptched nto gant seas, ^s^en she* ose, tossed wate ove bdgetjabont thty eght feet hgh), watch got full beneft many baels salt w>ate The wate, : ushng ove bdge down on supestuctue, made a scene lke a geat watefall It washed down tho hatches to man deck, to guu deck, on dawn to beth deck, makng t mpossble so sleep n ou mongolan daw sacks, wth ush wate all gt The-fe -engneh ooms jwee nvaded, ugh pumps wee kept at wok, wate came n faste than t could be pumped baled out At ten oclock ^a ange-fnde, weghng 356 pounds, bolted fast to a sold two-nch steel st, was snapped Off went oveboad A few mnutes late a sea came ove sgnal bdge, cayng wth t two lage boxes full flags, a geat semphoe machne whch;was on afou-nch sold steel st Ano caved n a bass al aound flyng bdge whee shp s steeed, makng ndltfeable mno weckage It also~k~occed~f a lage telescope, down acoss bael a geat gun, smashed t, caed t ove sde About mdnght, a loud cash was head a sudden ja felt It was found that seveal pates nea bow waped, thee steel suppots bent oa ou gun deck caused a slght depesson on bow An exhaust blowe was a taget fo waves, sent about -thee feet wate down, nto dynamo oom seveal magaznes stoage compatments Vente alto ganed entance nto uan % electc system, causng n shot ccut n one on 7 nch passage ways -Hut fo quck acton thee men, n cuttng out juce, ths mght luvesulted a seous exploson, owng to fe beng so nea to one ou magaznes whee we keep anmaton fo - bg guns The danuge done t CHtuutcd between $30,000 und $35,<xx> We fmnhed on speed un at H n» n <) (lt: 3), nl hs wee glad wlu-n tlu: good nlp made- a staght couse fo Hampton Koadtt, aved on ll anchoed to awat odcn m to whch Navy Yad to poceed fo epat On Sth we begun coalng tdp, at two oclock found that tlu: l>oyn put on Hoo tolhot black (llanondh, n took on tev-nl hunded ounds ammunton That aftenoon We eceved a ado fom W»HhKl oceed to hludlpba Navy Yad fo epaa, left oulh next monng, avng at LcaKne IMnd al ^pm, We left thn dock only nx duyw {<), expectng to gl buck In:- foo July, m Kuma In one hhlpt to go tho tmna Cuml to Hal IanclHco Kxpo- Hlton In Mach, fom e on an oental cnltc ; but oental cnlh- n doubtful now owng to he -ondltlol Knn!% llntnntot lny wl wu llu t(> 2O WORDS OIDICHM loc MONFORTS STORE We what we fve pe cent dscount fom > pce evey atcle -you-l It means dol- ; lasjn ypu, - pocket evey yea We sell as cheap as anybody can, etun ta: you fve cents fo evey dolla you pay us fo goods Monfots Second Genune Januay Reducton Sale! 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