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I June J 24 , 1904 _ _ _ _ ' _ _ _ THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
THEY EAT COLD MINCE PIE.
I Delicacy Said to : Be a Favorite Lunch-
. , eon Dish with Men-Then
F r j . Complain of Headache.
t : A. young woman who is in un
I o nice in which there are a number
I : . of men sUJ's that it is a constant
. " surprise tu her to see what these
I - brain workers eat for luncheon ,
IHtJ'S Ow Knoxville t5entinel The
f " ' 11rm she is with is one of those
l 1" which was burned out , and so , Uti
the lunch room which the clerks
' l : office frequented was burned also ,
f I , these young fellows now patronize -
- ize the basket which un itinerant
colored : mUll and his clean and
portly wife bring to the new qual"
I , .
, , \ 1'he . young . woman says that one
4 . , of the most capable of the firm's
I' ellll'loJ'cs ' lunches thoughtfully oil
It cold mince pie and ice water
I while he sorts his mail. She says
I - - , ' . he complains of headache ever
nnd"'anon , but he never t4.inks of
" attributing it to his dira ; instead .
stead , he says he thinks ; he is get.
ting what one estimable old lady
used to call the , In l grippe. "
Time other men , the girl says , are
partial to hot gingerbread , and
when they can't get that they will
take 'n cheese sandwich reluctant-
: ly. The colored man has a can of
, coffee with him , but in this build.
' it has . the clerks
' ing no patr.ons , as
I' . agree that "hot coffee is bad for a
. - fellow , " even while they , drink
freely ; at the water cooler and nibble .
ble the piping.hot gingerbread.
' ! "I wouldn't have believed it it I
j , ) . . " . . . , . hadn't seen it with 111Y own eyes . , "
t said the girl tea , fl'iend. "I always
thought men lunched off of porterhouse .
house beefsteak and sweetbreads
) ' . and macaroni and sensible things ,
" . , and as I ate my modest beef sand.
' , . : . with and drank my cup of chot'o
. / ' Inc I would picture to myself mr
, . . " friends of the opposite sex living
, on the fat of lhe ( land. If I had
. known about the cold mince pie }
\ and the hot gingerbread : : I would
not have been astonished that
some of our men are thin and
! . some : ire despondent Such a diet
I is enough to give the strongest
the ' wobbles forevel'-
. person } poll -
t.A1 more. And then they say women
eat silly things ! '
THE SOUTHERN VERANDA.
1 . /
1i i 1- It Was Probably a Woman Who Designed -
i ' . . sIgned the Open Air ParJor-
J Revolutionized A1chitecture. :
! "Build me a veranda with a
\ house attachment , " said a rich
" lieorgian to his northern architect .
_ _ _ teet , "that's what I wunt. " These
few words in the brusque vernacular -
ular of the business unman tersely
express i the wishes of most southern .
, ern house builders of the present
day , says the Architects and
. . Builders Magazine.
I ' . . . , iti Ten years ago the ubiquitous
4 southern veranda , though often of
I great length ( especially in the old-
fashioned white.columned houses
. . . . . when it often became a colonnade
c atcuding around three sides of
a parallelogram ) , was usually nur-
I'OW. Some one , somewhere ,
built a square veranda the size of
un average : room. The chances are
; . . -
. ' " .
. . -f
it was \'oml\ll , the architect 1 itn(1
contractor of her '
bungalow. "romen , aK designers
of houses , are celebrated for their
disregard of precedent ; their fndc-
pendellce ) ( if this is the proper
wor(1) ) ill the face of it. .ithout
the slightest compunction a woman .
an will knock any url'hiteeturnl I
rule of three into n cocked hilt if
it happens to be ill , her way. Some
one saw the square veranda , liked
it and copied it. In u few years
time it was a fud. In the south
verandas are II . The
idea of a square veranda , roomy ,
furnished with all the luxurious
accessories of modern life , "open-
air parlors , " ns Romp one has hap.
pily styled them , supplied nn actual -
tual dpmHlHI. Unlike most fndF !
this one had common sense behind
it ! and as a result has been influential .
ential in revolutionizing building
styles that have obtained for cen-
8ingull ! Coirn.dence in the Lives of
Twin Brothers in
Romance in Old Age.
One of the strangest of coincidences .
dences on record is chronicled in
an old English publication giving
reminiscences of odd happenings
in that country. Two .countr ) '
squires named Leaman , of IYy
IJridge-"two thin , delicate-look-
ing old men , twin brothers , 72
. years old , with white hair , very .
gentle and courteous in manner ,
red cutaway coats , white cordI : ,
black boots , caps und gloyes/ '
When past GO } ears of age , one
night after hunting one of them
said to the other :
" 1 have been thinking neither of
us can have much longer to live in
this world , and it will be a terrible
thing for the survivor to have to
remain herra . Don't ] ) you
think one of us ought to mai'l's ? "
"Yps " the ' ' . "I
, was reply. have
thought so for a long time. "
. , Well ] ] , do . YOU know of any
lady : ! "
"YeR , I do. Is there anyone you
fancy , , ! "
On comparing notes it appeared
they hud both selected the same
woman , the manager of a hotel at
"Well ] ] , " said one , "we have lived
together all these years without awry
wry word , and it'R a pity we should
fall out at our time of life. " So
they tossed up which should
marry her. The winner rode down
to Olwhampton next morning and
was accepted : All three lived to.
ether and the wife nursed both
brothers in their last illness and ]
was left their money. ,
Labors for Zion Church.
Rev. Chas. A. Hey left , this
. .week on a four weeks tour to
Omaha , Council Bluffs , Des
Moines and other Iowa points
i n the interest of the Z ion i
church. He will attend iI meet-
ing' of the overseers at Ziun City
to be heM the middle of July before -
fore he returns. He just returned -
ed Monday from a trip through
the west rn part of this state.
- - - - -
It's Worth a Deal of Sacrifice
and Saving to Possess Clothes Like These.
t I Hand GANN. T.amere4 + by Men's Spring Busi-
; WAIAIoLD ; 1 co. .
. . ,
; t . P.ruelve Am.rlu' aeoa ness S uats .
- ' CIo'hti H'k _ .
I All cut in the newest
, fashion and superbly
i tailored , $7.50
t- . . ? Men's Stylish Spring
r& . ' ' Real $12.00 value here
? and higher clscwher
Whey go at $10.00
' " ' Men's Better Spring
g Splendidly lined and
' ' . . pi exceptionally weB tail-
; ; . t ; oreel. Our price $12.50
I = s ' r , Men's Very Swell
:4 : \'orth $3.00 a suit
more but now you can
buy themn for $15.00
I Men's Pa.nis.
, . -ir- Your choice of new
, flIca CIIMiitt : j's ) ' patterns in stock. Time
best of quality. ,
It is always our ambition to offer a strictI y hot weather -
er suit which would baffle in price and in every detail of
construction all competition. Its alI in the tailoring and
finishing. They have the usual Cahn V4 ampold excelIence. "
F. W. Cleve lan d
The following licenses to mar-
rr have been issued :
Charles Francis Yoder , Ashland , 0. , 31
Pearl Agnes ! Lutz , Falls ( 'itj' . _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 ;
August Egner , Falls _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . .
Lizzie'Veich , " " . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . .19
Richard Riley , Omaha , . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ . .33
Rosette Butcher , " _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 28
Horace E , 'Merkel , Seattle , 'Vash'r _ _ 40
Emma Hayek , Wilbur , Neb" , . . . _ . . . .
Missouri Pacific will sell tickets -
ets to the Democratic National
convention to be held at St. Louis
July 6th for 510.40 round trip and
good for 15. clays .
On account of the Fourth of
July the Missouri Pacific will sell
tickets for one fare plus 50 cents
except where one fare and one
third makes less , with minimum
selling rate of 50 cents. Tickets
on sale July 2 , 3 and 4 return lim-
it July 5.
60 cents for the round trip to
Hiawatha July 4th on account of
the Big Celebration , Ball Game
and Horse Race Good accomo-
dations for this occasion.
J. B. earner , 1\gent. .
Bert H. Sawyer of St. Joe. J.
S. Thompson and Henry Will
started for Smith Center , Kans. ,
Monday for a weeks outing.
Preaching and Sunday school
as usual at the Brethren church
Sunday morning. Preaching at
Silver Creek at 11 a. m. and Love
Feast at 8 p. 111. All arc wel-
come.-E. E. Haskins , pastor. .
Services as usual at tHe Baptist
church next Sunday. Teachers
normal class on ' 1'h ursda , ; ' at 8.
p. m , Come and bring your :
fRUIT IN SEASON
We Sell ANK'S BREAD
BUTTER AND EGGS
First Door North J
of Post Office . .
A. G. HOPPOCK
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