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P. K. STROTHOL .
It looks sow as though the two
feaeUagcnadidatee for the republican
aimiaarina for president would be
Secretary Taft Bad Governor Hughes
Both mi are first class timber, and
either cae aoauaated wiU beat"Billy
thai three asoaths ago the
i leader" publicly proclaimed
that ae ansa shall go to the democrat
ic aatioaal coaveptioa, with his cob
start, who is ia aay way connected with
theoorporatioas. This wascoaeider
ed a direct stop at Roger Sullhaa,
chairman of the democratic state cen
tral ooamitte of Dliaoie, bat last week
the "peerless leader" weat to a banquet
hi Boger Sullivaa's state, mad auule a
great speech askiag everybody to for
get it .
It is both pleasing to give and
pi easiBg to receive Christmas presents,
hat it is aot always easy to find the
right load of a Christmas present, so
we would again advise the Journal
readers to do their shoppiag this week
aad aot pat it off to the last day or so.
It is such more satisfactory' to the
haver aad to the aserchant and his
employes tojbe able to show goods now,
aad let the selectiVas be aiade and
laid aside to be delivered oa the date
wanted, than to have a grand rush
just the day before Christmas.
The National Bank of Commerce
of Kaasas City, Mo., closed it doors
last week. When this money panic
struck as, its deposits were $35,000,
000. Its many correspoadeBts, mostly
ssaaller beaks, kept drawing out their
deposits uatil oa the day of closing
the bank only had about $16,000,000
left, aad though they still had nearly
ffty percent of that on hand, they
eoadaded to close, aad National Bank
E Taanaer, Bradley is now in charge of
the bank. It was feared at one time
that this aulure would produce many
others, but the statement of the bank
shows it really solvent, in net all our
are ia excellent condition.
The Bedpath lecture bureau ofChi
cago had two of its agents in our city
last week for the purpose of making
arraagesaeats for a Chautauqua, to be
held at Columbus some time aext
August, providing oar people approv
ed of it aad encouraged it sufficiently.
President Karr called1 a meeting of
the Coauarrciel Club last Friday eve
at the council chamber. This
was well attended, and the
proposition aside by the Bedpath bur
Ma was considered very fair aad rea
oaable,oae that could be met easily
without much cost to aay oae or any
setofaenoas. The eoatpaay agrees
to furnish afteraooa aad evening at
tractioas for nine days, to advertise.
Cohuabnt it probably has aeverbeea
advetrised before, to furnish a big
teat aad seats for 2,500 people, etc
All the Columbus people are asked to
do is to laraish the grounds, oae poli
ceasaa aad mil as many season tickets
at $2 apiece as possible. It is hoped
that Columbus will become a chautau
aaa poiat. A Chautauqua assembly
ia a Benefit to aay town, morally,
awaadaUy, aad apiritaally.
Have your own.
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ana a dollar a week gnres you the grand
soloists; the great bands and orchestras; the
popular ballad singers; Hie comic song hits-
a worn of melody and fun.
tell you all about the eawy-payment
pan toaay if
For sale by
The trial of Mn. Braalsyat Wash-
iafton, D. O, ler-e esarsW ef Ix
Rsaatar Browa ef Utah, eaaia tana ead
by a verdict of aotgaiky. WhihVtbe
peoted,it ia aot satisssntnry to
Nearly everyoae halievea to set
feat at least ia
all believe ia
the home aad will appreve of every
tking possible to uphold Jt hist whea
oaepersoa takes the law iato his or
her hands by takiathe life of aaeuv
er, their hands should be oieaaer than
were those of Mrs. Bradley.
At the meeting of the republican
national central eoaiautte, held at
Washington, D. C , oa December 7,
Chicago was designated as the place
for holding the' aextiiepablieaa aati-
onal coBveatioa for the abauaatioa of
a Dresideatial tickef The day of
meeting is axed at -Jane 16, 1908.
Kaasas City, Mo, made a hard strag
gle" for the honor, aad tae profits that
such a eoaveatioa brings to a city,
but Chicago has web great advant
ages ia hotels, balk, railroad ateilities
aad the like, that it won easily. A
national republican eoaveatioa always
attracts a large crwd, bat thecoa
ventioa of 1908 promises to be an un-
asually large oae, a recordbreaker ia
poiat of atteadaaceaad interest, and
Chicago is undoubtedly the best se-
pection that possibly could, have been
Now, that carreacy payasents
being resunted aad the pressure on
aess is lesseaiagis the time when
all should proceed with caution. It
is not a time for the alarmist; aor is it
a time for extreme eathaeianaa. The
optimistic faith aad uafailiag patience
of the American people is bringing
them through a very critical period
with excellent prospects of safe arrival.
But the danger is not entirely passed,
aad the patience that has withstood
the financial stress so far should be
tempered with prudence until normal
conditions are established.-
Reports of resumption of work at
mills aad factories ia the east are
most encouraging. In the west such
cessation of bunness'as has been ex
perienced is literally forced through
iuability to secure accessary faad.
Another factor has had some material
influeace of the situation. The farmer
aad stock raiser have decliaed to part
with their holdings of grain aad live
stock at the lower prices offered them.
For the present they are ia a position
where they do not need to sell, and
are not likely to until a general read
justment of values has been asade.
The movement of grain and live stock
in the market from the west will not
long be postponed, however, for with
the starting up of nulls aad factories
ia the east the consumptive demands
of the country will call for all we have
Ia busiaess, as in specie payaseat,
the way to resume is to resume, but a
little care exercised during the process
will go a long ways to secure peraas
aeacy for the resultOmaha Bee.
1 STATS OWMED RAILWAYS.
New Zealand .makes a poor showing
in its railway operations, which are a
branch of its numerous projects in
public ownership. Yet that-large is-
laad is most favorably situated for ex
perimeats of this aature. It is' an
isolated community, with full charge
of its local aftairs. Its populatioa ox
three-fourths of a million are iatalli
gent enterprising and active ia polit
ical duties. Their duty of public
ownership has covered asany yean,
aad they have goae iato the sdeace of
co-operative' polities pa a scale aot at
tempted elsewhere. Oae of the.evi
deaces of the fact" is the remarkably
large public debt of $298,000,000, or
$335 per capita. Of this aatouat
$120,000,000 has bean incurred for
state railioads. For the year eadfasr
March, 1906, a net profit is claimed
oa the railroad system of 3.02 per cent,
but the interest paid oa the debt is
3.75 per coat, so there is asaaifestly a
As a matter of fact the loss is larg-
w mr fmi
Have it at heir
small payment down
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ceaceraV would be bankrupt,, and-.his.
figarai plaee the. aet loss ia tea yean
at $21,000,000. Paessnsratosaver
age.2 cents a aula, with the traia speed
ef laet ever tweaiy asiles 'air hoar,
yopaaragsr tnuaa are raa itaifht
Frsight rates per tea mile are five
times as high ia New Zealand aaia
theUaitedQuiss. It m said
Oae charge is that seme of the
were bwQt for' eaatpuga' par
New Zealand has had ajarge
of public ewaersaipmds
aad has pat many ef them in practice.
The resaltiag debt ia exesptioaally
heavy, with the advaatages ia general'
taaa doubttal. at MjOus liioae-
HAD FRESERVtW MAMISOTH.
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lrWawewsnvtewMlsHw)aWVw)fy. wjHanwM M rf999
m amerian Sea.
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, ifaty-oae years ago a ypunsj Kasstaa
Beakaaeerf, aaw the River
In Siberia release a deal mam
ftossa aces asjb ta the boa.
there had 'been exeepUonallsr warm
weather In .the north of Siberia, and
the river, awoUen by aselUns anow
and Ice and torrential wana'ralaa.
awent oat oC its old channel and carv:
ed a new one, carryias to the sea vast
esaatitiea of its former banks and far
Rowing up the thawiag bogs over
which It raced. Aa he made hia way in
f steam cutter agaiaat the current
Benkendorf saw the head of a
moth aDoearabove the food.
upon rush of water more and more
released the body. Its hied legs, were
till imbedded when he aaw it bat
24 hoars liberated these. The mam
moth had anak, feet first into a bog
The cose had froaen over it; anccea
aive tides -had neaped son aad vege
tation upon it Bone and lesh aad hair
were perfect They secured ft; they
cut oaT its tasks; they dissected it aad
found In Its stomach the last meal It
had eaten, young shoots of the Ir and
pine and masticated Ir cones. They
were' still at work when the river,
spreading farther, eagnlfed them. The
men. escaped, bat .the waters surged
over the mammoth and carried it for
carrion to the
PROBABtY NOT ON PAY ROLL.
Fattierv Occupation Would Likely Be
News to Lord ClareT .
'The late Frederick McNally had oc
casion," said a Chicago lawyer, "to
ooaanlt me about an Infringed copy
right Mr. McNally said he. thought
there would be no trouble about cor
recting this Infringement .The thing,
he beaeved. had been innocently done,
the man who had done It was an ama
teur In DablisMng Msopnisticated
like a girl hia father nsed to ten about
in Ireland. This girl was the daughter
of a poor man. aad' every week or so
she nsed to come to the Tillage rec
tory with a pheasant or a hare to sell.
The price she: asked was low. and
for a time the pastor bought of her.
Then somehow, his suspicions were
aroused. The next time the girl call
ed, he said to her sternly: It is good,
fresh game you bring, my dear, and
your price ia always reasonable; ,bat
do you come by all .these pheasants
aad hares honestlyr Oh. shure. yes,
yer reverence; said the young giri.
'My father is poacher to Lord Clare.' "
Were Out the anew.
My old friend Crantree of the real
early Oklahoma days teUs this tale
about an early day snowstorm: -'One
day after many days of dry weather
a big snow came and visited our
drought-stricken land. The faces of
the farmers were all smiles, because
t meant a wheat crop. Bat alas! an
old-time wind came ap from the south
that blew about 4f miles an hour and
drifted the anow northward for a day
Then (came an as-arile-an-hour wine!
from the north that drifted, it back
south again. This condition of' wind
continned dally until thesnow atone
jnaa blown" and worn out ant aot c
anowflake could be found anywhere in
the county." Watonga Herald.
WHS Queer Na
' Edinburgh has some queerly named
Streets, among which are Jacob's Lad
'der,. Gabriel's Ladder. Coffin laad aac
Cuddy 'lane. It i. however, in-vthr'
rclose" that this ancient city figurec
best There are, for instance. Hole1
In. the Wan dose. Little Jack aad Big
Jack close. Lady 8tairs. HeaveAway
utd Long closes. The last Is one of
Um shortest of these, and in that re
semhles .Crooked and Tnrnagam tones
In London, the former being ns
straight as a die and the latter so
narrow tint a vehicle la R cannot pes-"
albly turn again.
The awer of the dwarf palm a tree
til lately regarded aa worthless er
wevsJbpfag aa important
la ., Algeria. Factories are.
multiplying, aad to these the antives
bring the. palm leaven, which 'are
Iato vegetable Iber by
cardiac machiae, aad then.
nnd hralded. The, material has
"the advantage over horsehair oT being
proof agaiaat nsotimandneeete,. It
prod acta, harness and carriage work,
asttitary bedding, various)
, "It does me good." said the girt who
has Just returned, "to get hack to a
country , where they nerve a- whole,
ehleaea." Tea knew' then where yea
are at At my pension In Parte they
had cafekea for Sunday dhnusr. That
to, they caaed ht chicken, hut n let
it was a
i was there they put a
There were IS of an, Wd
me a eatakaa with IS hnmr
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SAVAGERY OF A CENTURY AGO.
Peer Weman'a Executien Then a Mat-
v tar ef Little Mement
The hanging 4qf.. a pman, which in
these days calls forth public protests,
was apparently a matter of indiffer
ence to oar grandfathers and grand
mothers, says the London Chronicle! It
was In the nineteenth century 'that a
woman found guilty of soase trilling
offense was sentenced to death. By
chance the warrant for her execution
was not sent, to the high sheriff. iand
she remained in prison, for.aboat three
years, actus as a Jail washerwoman,
and occasionally, aa ' favor ia ac
knowledgement of her good behavior,
goiag out aa waa then the custom, aa
washerwoman to private, houses'. But
'a clerk iobkiag through the home of
fice 'records found the warraat that
had aever been dispatched, aad it waa
thereupon promptly forwarded to tbe
sheriff for due process. The woman
Was found by the turnkey at the wash
tab in n house in the town Aylesbury:
"WeU. missus." said he. "you are to
be haaged. The warraat has come at
last" and we must carry the sentence
put to-morrow morning nt the latest"
1'Werry well, then." the wretched
.woman submissively replied, T sup
nose I must go," aad having washed
the 'soapsuds off, her arma departed
with the official. She was daly banged
next morning. From an which It would
seem, that barely a ceatary separates
ns from a condition of primitive bar
A Railroad Free Library.
To provide instruction and eater
taiament for its section men, their
families and their neighbors, the Har
riman lines have established a unique
circulating library. Through 206 dls
tributiag ceaters, 4.000 newspapers,
magasines andbooks are now regular
ly supplied every wees: to readers liv
lag along the company's lines.
The paper .labels marked "Free
Traveling Newpaper Library Bead
and Hand to Tour Neighbor,' on the
packages regalarly arriviag'upon the
platforma of 1M Sunaet Route
tion houses mark an event .in.
Trhere periodicals are aomethlng of a
i-arity. One .letter says: ,
V "We have three little children at
our home. We are la a very butof-rhe-way.
place, where our children
aever get to school or Sunday ncnooL
and aay books.or papers suitable for
children are highly appreciated.7 To
leople who inalat oa having next
oionth's msgsrinos on the 15th of this
nonth some of the letters are almost
athetlc "The papers give as. n lot
if pleasore. and we took forward to
vhem. "Send as a few mags lines; old
oaes are just aa well"
A solid roadbed is es-
sentuL VisibiUty k
ee4in the Undep-
writer are supported
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sm aw samamma t aa.
head..hia eye ia
What's the secret? It Ana been aa tn
SexiNe haatt wHh hha fram eariy
youth to retire at esght eTeiaek hi the
ad aleep untfl seven m the
OB'riatng he takes a eeld
bath, hut away ansa do that Oa.
thafs an easy,, yen say? It's not so
easy, after aa Try k and attek to It,
v . t- '
at the theater.
left aver from the day
aad all the variety of things ef that
sort, aad youlMad It about an hard
to R. Do I
It? Wen.hardly. It's a
dry. esletenef.J prefer this aty of
life, aad am wflang ta die
KFnCTOF ffARTtTS ROTATION.
twists are asset red ta
tree trunka, aad the laeulry Just be
gan In Barone susjgeeta the surprising
.conclusion that they are produced by
the earth's rotation. Hfcn the twinta of
stomas and the whirls seen in water.
Tan den Broeck, the Belgian geologist;
points out that If conditions of growth
were thecnune the torsion should fol
,kw .the, suns, apparent path. In at
least Sfe.out i.N trees the reverse is
true, and it may be' that the twiet to
usually 'to the left In the northern
Ihwmlaphsie aad to the right or 'with
the cloek In tneaouthern
Hike the turn of the cyclonic
and. water vortices. Thin difference la
due' to the earths rotation. Jean
that it waa ahown.
that the winds due to
blow steadily at a
nrwaTimd mil nan 4W nsdlia miS
seanrave. ana a sugnt continuous
bending nnd- turning then would he
likely to affect' the tree1 permanently.
.From the Bulletin of the American
, If we were to. Sad nariientar fault
with our ABMrieaa beautiea dominant
jln the pahMc-eye to-day. it would he
their lack of facial. strength, the. ah-;
if ., "Of1- t-" Wh. .
strenuoun' nattoaal Ufe and fevertoh
;amhitioaa tend to nnlHfy If Aot analhl-
i'fte. JMBohllllyjef eouateaance.
vmmm n ine, mcae. ok me
tares aflght wen he emalated by
own beautiful wesson. .We lack the
sfmpHcity,1the repose; of the period
that produced these heasty types that
have been accepted aa a ataadard for
an ages. The American girl, with an
of her'atorioua euaBties. needs' some
of the, serenity and power of old
Greece .to asake her more perfect than
fhe to. Her facial weak points are in
her hone and chht and forehead. Now
and then one comet upon the strong
type, hut It la the exception. Perri
toa Mazwen. In the Bohemian.
A child ta nature's fresh
muen " mms ana
sow m yec n wmie napsi
twithohaervatlona of the world.
wicn. at toagtn, it hscomsa a
aoteboehv He lajaial!
k. fc mo -tl a.
"f"fl R"i-F f.'
bj.atntone .acquainted rwKh
, He arrives aot at the arie-
chief of being
nor endures fevBa
to come by
and lores all, and. when the'
Could he nut off his body, with his
" fjl '."k W - - Jl'''-im 'm.m " .
. BDK eiIWIJ WUMK
ignriag aa a champion of
the Ipneriled rights of property to
than quoted in William AUtogham's
lately published "nary.- "I
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. ronsras nmr o chick um. mm
; A man waa' ragtag. Why".has
a hundred pounds aad I
; ahUHag?; I said to .hiss, yupr father
had toft you a hundred, pounds you
would not five it away to aomehedy
He had not a word to answer.
Uf hat MaM.
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Dear me! I really heneve that
Jack wee a pugihet at
d ia the Barter aad
away!' aad Jack
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I an the way to the ether ead of
After that ha sato.la
he waa thlaklag
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tot aae take year.
mass," pleaded ike young nmajrlth.
the 'camera. T declare, you are sweet
enough to eat" raciene!" tonghe
the pretty, suammer girl; ."and to .that
why you wtoh to put ass oa a patter;,
awvB3fjwu wFaFevHfXIrsw PenwMwewBn
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ta he astelopaig from tan
at the rsmhrldse
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senile, persistent drixsle. It
t gray' day and u gray world and the
est of the asuson ht the summsr re
sort "Umph!" mourned the girl with un
steady nervee. "I foresee a happy 24
oars. ' All the magstinea la the
house ere read and there are ao sup-
lies to experiment with, hi the
hnlng-dish line, all through our
lerveless habit of eating at the ho
eL The bridge Sends will Begin to
;et In their deadly work presently.
?ad then I shall go quite mud! Would
hat somebody would ask me to do
iometbing nenaiMe, ao that I might
oelly enjoy myself!"
There waa a.sharp ring at the m
al telephone. After n thrief and ex
lamatorr neaTsisaHon with that in
;tramsnt.ahe ruahed madly ia various
irectioaa. grnbhugaa elderly stack
'itosh, rubbers and other outdoor sup
lies andfalHng into them simulU
soasly while she anawered the lrri
aWe uaestiouu of the rest of the
"Well." gasped the girl who was
iirled up Jn the window seat, in n
ilk nnd chiffoo houae gown, with a
,mx of candy pear. "I'm glad to dto-
over your idea of sensible amuae-
nent on k wet nnd horrid day!
"Booh!" politely replied the girl in
e rugged asnekiatoah aad dtorep
tUhle sou'wester hut Just before she
flammed out of the door aad aptosh
id dowa to the. dock extending into
the Inland bay. "Wahv. not nWfng fp
toh Inhere they're going to aaU the
Slack Cat out 'Into Lake Mtchlga
And the perch are' Mtlng Sne!"
Out of the wet grayness the Hack
?at swept; sp to the dock, her nails
Iripping. her crew JuhUant t the
Jller aat the skipper, disguised freni
teed to foot ia vfotoat yellow oU
ikiaa. Perched by the mainmast In
lttlre mntching the Srat young worn
Jn's was the girl with the aggravat
lagly curir hair. The tan mi
the mnn with the pipe, being
laade and city Inndlubbera. did weird
Lhinga wi(h ropes under the Impree
iioa that they were helping nan the
Down the. hay the .boat
anxious to leave hehlad tiie ,drean
moaotoay or the aaore. as sne asen
3d through the channel out Into the
"air tokoand" began to dip down Int
the sweae. while Urn fresh 'hreeat
struck them full in the face, how he:
erew sighed with Joy. Out a half
mile they weat to the end of tht
huge government breakwater tea:
loomed above them like tthe wall of
a sky-scraper. , Then tcame,n gyav
aaatic laterval while tiiey .eacatoded
that jsrsauea height FuaUy al!
3ve lasted oa the great board walk
on' top of It breathless.
It wan tea minutes Inter that Ou
girl with the curly hair took a com
preaeanfve survey of herself and Uu
others and, chuckled.
The.ffve sat la a.decoroua row st
the extreme end of the breakwater
their feet daagHag Mfeet above the
wnvea. Five' Sahpoles ben$ outward
and a aianting rain beat agaiaat their
miser coats and brigandish hate. Be
tare. them stretched Lake Mlcmgab
to a tstat herison liae, aa venture-
craft marital thn Ihi i stnslag ht
of its feraiediag 3 waves, that
were tumbling nnd hammering against
the' stanch wall beneath them. A
shrieking gnU fashed across their
and shot out into the lake.
"And to think." .murmured the girl
HhV B- 'BastgldaBl'-
wf m ,,'-.-
Boorcls bnnli and mm com-
I Condon & Walker
I warn .- tv
' J .;;' J taVraggeCaniektate at the nwed
4HI Jl IUUII I i- aWtp raw. they are ptoytag
m, hrldsja and Imaging they are hnvhng
Mff a geed time! Oa, iiaithlsg baa eat-
If ft I oa the mass wet say heek!"
r. r h f -u Hff vi " n ft -' The heurn ware na aad the take
t -... ow a -" w w..
mm came noun m a , ..-. - - - j -ii.
Such lmt T'hristmas Can-
lateet sons on
Has of tr: gdoda.
The man wHh the
'Tou're Jealous." he aald. far he alone
had a. bite. "To be sure. I've robbed
the cradle of thto four inch perch, but
I shall striag it oa aa Inch rope and
take it home. It represents a half
day's nurd work by
ridnnto. nnd ae It
Down' the slippery wall they sM
to the deck of the Black Cat aad with
one accord headed her directly out
into Luke Michigan for a breathless
' The waves rolled over her aide aad
splashed her draggled crew. She dip
ped .her nose under the water nnd.
recovering, shook herself Hke a water
dog before she plaaged again. The
sails strained ia the Hvety wind.
skipper hauled at the tiller, the
hande Jumped faithfully for the
aad Jib sheets at hie shouts,
there waa nothing in the world
rushing water aad win
selvea diving through k.
The girl in the raggei
opened the. cottage doer gayly.
wet hair straggled, rate her eyes, her
wet coat clung aad she waa a very dto
-Tve had the time ef my Mfe." she
told the card players feasting by the
opea are. .who regarded her with dto-
"Ton are simply
the girl in the silk
crany!" ' Jraro'Daily Ne
ainn Electrical Exposition.
The vicinity, of Lyons. France la
rich ia waterfalls, aggregaliag. it to
said, aee.eee.eee horespower. and for
the purpose of encouraging the devel
opment of this great energy an elec
trical exposition to being arranged for.
to take place in May of next year. It
is desired to make nee of the power
ia the agricaltural and industrial pur
suits, of the section, aad through the
exposition It to hoped to nut together
a greet deal of material, eossprieiag
the best nnd latest things of etoe
trical progress, from the principal
countries of the world. An the United'
States ranks high ha electrical devel
made to interest the
coma of tHg country.
wwewsawTS waWVyuwaJnjy fnwaTw)S a9sra
Thto to from the philosophy ef Mm.
Louton Schaaltt who berated a teacher
for not promoting her daughter bo
cause the totter waa deffctaat hi geog
raphy. "Teacher, youudoat know K
all. I guess." snM the Irate Mrs.
Schmltt "I wtoh It that asy daughter
seta through school ao she gets amen.
Never nUnd about the geography;
iuat promote her without K. Why.
my other daughter, she aadat know
geography and sne gut a
you know ail about
you nia't got any mnn at alL What to
title' geography good for? See that any
-Lady.- aald the tattered
the gate, "can't yer
on a very urgen
do' you can aa
asked the busy
wife. "Way. yer
see. 1 have Just
for ridlB' on an oH
sot two -vn to get It
OUR line of
eat for the Hol
was I - n
"Ftoa," reasaraed the asaa ta the
oitoklna. dednirely. "are rentty
accessary thing whea yea
l I deai't care at
Fresh Fruits and
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