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THE BEE: OMAHA. "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1915.
Dr. Jchyll and Mr.
as Subject of
"Billy" Sunday apta lt nlahl on the .
topic. ''Vv. Jrkyll and Mr. Hyde. He,
fltevrnson alwaya had a liking for al
legory, but hla pow rachl the hlh
ot einrraalon In hla horfV "Dr. Jckyll
and Mr. Hyde."
This will always be rejtardpd aa a
maatfrplrce. The ned-thought of thla
appalllns; fable la familiar to all. It'a
the old, old atory of the vitally prwnt
ar In ovr rnembera. In which the hlh
t and lowrt. the p:rat and v.loal
rnllmt for a war to the hilt, that man la
.not one. but two, and In the field of
i-ntm lounneM the two naturea fight.
Thla pmblrm of the duality of two
radlrally different naturea houeed In the
oarne body haa held the attention and
ferlnted the thought of earneat men
of all area. It la not a problem for
the clolatered theologian It la an In
tnaely practical problem In many
hac, which we me-t at avery turn
of the road In our dally life.
The atory had t-en written In many
wmjKh before Kttve4i tranalated It In
the language of hla terrible work. Stey
nson and all othera, however, owe the
rtet debt to tha New Testament.
It waa &t. Paul who really wrote the
plot of thla atory In the aeventh and
eighth chaptcra of Roman, which Btev-i-nion
Infn translated Into the languaiit
of our day a Dr. Jckyll and Mr. Hyde.
Name thla problem what you will. Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the war In our
members, . conflict of flesh and aplrlt
and original In any one of a hundred
names tha labola are not Important,
but you are compelled to face thla prob
lem every day.
Every day In life you have aeen a
man with a loving heart tear hla hair
over aome hateful, mean thing ha haa
aald or done to on ha loved.
If I had known In the morning
How wtaii.v all the day.
The worde unkind would trouble my
I miu when you went away.
1 would have been more careful, darling.
Nor given you neell-ea pain.
Hut we vex our own,, with look and
. VTemlglit never take back again.
Tou have aeen a generoua man adding
away In "elflxh greed; you have aeen
a truthful man smarting under tho
acourge of hla own 11c; you have aeen a
vlrtuoua man taahed by tha conaclous
neaa of vice, you have aeen a aober man
ihoatilng In repentance for having been
drunk. Tou have had a quiet hour of
' prayer and meditation Invaded by elime
tnd atalned by tha wickedest, of
thought, which, unbidden, troop. Into
. your mind Ilka a brood of vulture.
We aee It In aclence. Home mlaguided
aclentlala have recently auccceded In
producing a diabolical fooL By graft
lng the portion of ona Inaect onto tha
body of another they have made new
organlama, In 'which are Joined belnga
of directly oppoalta naturea, mlaerabla
creature with a ctaah of Irreconcilable
Writhe aa Two NiOrn atrasale.
Imagine, If you can, a spider-butter
fly. On with paaaion for the sunshine,
one with love of darkneaa. Ona with a
longing for rosea, the other with a
thlrat for blood. Tha epldr nature de
vouring the butterfly.. Imagine a wolf
lamb. Thii terrlb'a fact haa , It representa
tion In literature. Hawthorn picture
Hodertck tlflaton cut r.. lng In hla boiorn
an enormou green anake, Icy cold the
entire' length of it bady, carrying tha
deadlleat polon in ita atlng.
It at Into and abaorhad hla . very
being; It atung him when h thought of
hi brother good qualities; It gava him
pleaiure when calamity and rhlifortun
overtook a friend; It gava him aupernat
ural insight Into tha deepeat faults of
'others, and took supreme delight la
, It turned hla fact Into a alckly green,
ml tie,! In- with 'a natural deadly white;
It put potion Into tha breath; It aaver
laughed, only at inlafortuna; It turned
apeech Into a revolting hi, until ha waa
a crawling and shuddering, wretch.
That mi bad enough, but what made atnrdlng at the window, as he- brushes
It worse, he became Wadded to thla re- away a tear, while hi ringers clench and
.l.ulslv-M't lav. He had a longing to "ncjunch convulsively, and h orlea:
: kind, but the vile overruled. One might "Would to Ood that I had a home like
i.M content to be' Juat -snake, but to be1lht'" . .
i aerpept and dove, vile and pure, is to Bravest Klaat la'Asjalast Appetite,
struggle and writhe. In the bell of cen- j Ood Is In love with the beautiful. He
"t. ntlon. paints the Illy, He distils the dewdrop,
E.1r Allan roe,, with far more Insight, 'He mould the pearl, He arches the rain
rt present this antagonism In William bow, He atuda the starry night. Ha gem
Ulllson, who was constantly meeting a"1 ocean depth. He flecks the flowery
kind, gemle being of the same name, with , 'fc'ld. He robes the mountains In snow.
manner and voice wondrously Ilk hlluH In love with the beautiful.
dogged his footsteps.
N thwarted evil purpo sea, dashed the cup
fiom his lips. Intruded upon every tempt a- j
tlon with uplifted finger of warning and
Pleading vole. Finally, tormented and .
r n Biraciro cy me impertinent intrusion n
drew a rapier and thrust his gentle double
J through, when the dying better Mlf ut-
tered lhrS terrible word:
r ' "Henceforth art thou also' dead dead
..to' the world. "dead" to heaven, 'dead te
hope, dead to purity, dead to Ood. In
me thou did exist, thou hast murdered
' thyelf.M -
All of this is la full accord with Paul's
powerful picture of the moral degenera
tion of a oul divided agalnat lUelf. But
after all haa been read and laid aside,
we inuat turn to Stevenson as the on
who haa given ua the most dramatic, the
moat powerful and the most terrible
commentary on the seventh and eighth
chapters of Romans, t
la Ids strange atory of Dr.V Jekyll and
llr. Hyde; he p itires Dr. Jekyll as a man.
pure In hla life, of high Ideal, loving and
kind, with generoua sympathies and aid
charltlta. who In hi scientific Investiga
tion In hi laboratory on day discovered
a drug, which, when taken, dissolved hi
Utter a If and released the vile, mean,
When be drank the drug Pr. Jekyll, the
noble, pure, kind person, faded Ilk the
breath on the mirror. The brute In him
took the rein of Uf and drove like Jehu.
The angel In him retired, the devil took
the stage, bis body shrank and shriveled
to fit the shrunken soul.
When la the person of this brutish
dwarf he Indulged with slaful glee and
dtllght in outrageous things which h
would not for his right arm do when be
pr. Jekyll. . .
He would outrage virtue and the de
cencies of socle (y, and when the polio
were on hi trail would dash Into his
laboratory, drink the drug, and In the
twinkling of aa eye change Into the re
fined, gentle. Mod and virtueu Dr. Jekyll.
He gave this vll Joner self a name
Mr. Hyde. He slanted his handwriting
backward, gav Mr. Hyde a handwriting
of hi on. He opened a bank account for
Mr. Hyde, mad hlia a real person, as
real as Dr. Jekyll. For a long time be
41vda doufcl bfe, switching from Jekyll
Hyde Taken .
Sermon by Sunday
to Hyde anil Hyde to Jrkyll. The druslh
h.l no ri ilmlnntln aoMnn, would f,
chanre Hyde to Jekyll an easily as Jekyll
to Hyde. It waa the person taking tha
drug who determined which It Would be. j
One thing I note: Every time Dr. Jekyll.
used the drug to release Hyde, Mr. Hyde
grew stronger, until a lny came whan
Hyde became stronger than Jckyll, and!
ha found himself turning Into Hyde auto-
matlcally,' without unlng the drug. L4f '
became unbearable, and the hcart-alck-
cning story and in in victory ot neii as
Mr. Hyde die.
Ifrl-rfcU and Depth of llamaa 1.1 fe.
With these stories I want to lay down
a few facta: First, there la a Dr.
every man, Tha possibilities 1
of heaven and hell lie concealed In
every man, "
Jesus-Judas. These two names Indl-
p.t. ttlka hM il.nth. Iha ill I'lnl I i
and tha depravity. Tha sraenlah of hu-l'"' u'von, h rteAMi..lt,vin wrouh
man meanncs. I. found on tha tear- 'y " "I ' 1 L ' "V??"
... . ,, . ,..o tha faces of the dead staring
stained page of history. For cruelty u
who can equal Nero, who fiddled whll ...
. . ' . , , ... I I have seen something more terrible
Home burned; or Attlla. king of the .t. . . . " . . ,
t the fle, bleached, white face living
. "'lone nw.tn.nt In .n .l.r,-r- t
Ood;" or for bigotry, Queen Isabella of
rpain, w no ain. i nave acpopuiaieu
happy villages, rlih towns and fertile
fields In tha holy name of religion;" for
heartless cruelty, who ever equalled
Caesar Uorgla, who would Invite hla
enemies to banquet with him, and then
deposit drota of poison In the wlnaT For
pitiable . circumstance read ths auto
blogiaphy of Pot, who said: "In Infancy
I was fed on a mild concoction of liquor '
to keep ma quid." and who died ot de
lirium tremens In the city of iialUmors,
October 7, 1MB.
Call II I a her Life.
OIHieit, the . grav dlicger of Monte
Carlo., where there ar more auloldes
than any , spot on enrth, said that "IJfe
Is a game vt chance."
Life Is not a game of chance. We
make our own fortuno, and then name
It oliance or fate. Every man 1 the ar
chitect of hla own fate. Chartee
Htuart Parntll, the great orator, be
lieved In luck and chance, and would not
paa another on the stairway, would not
sleep In room number thirteen, would
not, sit in a room with three candles
burring, would not begin a Journey on
Friday, would not begin a new project
In October, and yet ha fell, and the
Thsre la throbbing in (he breast of
every man and every woman, of , the
hurrying, pushing, rushing, surging crowd
In the street, a 'force that woes them,
pleads with them, call them to tha
highest In life, as the sun kisses moisture
Into the skies.
I believe at heart nine-tenths want to
be better than they are. I make no ex
ceptions. Tou may brand one aa hard,
cruel, reckless; I all!! plead hla cause.
Ybu aak: "Does the drunkard and har
lot want to be bettor T' Beyond any
Iet me paint you a picture. Reeling
down a street In some, city tonight' is
someone who, for whisky's sake, has
thrown away his aclf-rrapect, hla aelf
controt, hi home, hi place among men.
liook at him! Dirty, unshaven, un
kempt! It would tag your faith In man
kind to believe there la any leaning to
ward the highest In him. ' , i
A block farther down the atraet a glim
mer of light attracts him. He stumbles
toward the window to look In maybe for
the, purpo of thrift. ' As he looks In he.
soef the fragment of heaven transplanted
on earth. On one side, of an open fire
place, up the chimney of whloh sparkg
are dancing with the poetry of disorder,
there sits a young man, the picture of
health. Tou can tell that honor Is his
guiding star, and purity Is his law.
Sprawling over Mm. with chubby arms
aroand Ms neck and fingers tangled la
hla hair, la a little boy, the worthy off
spring of a noble father.
On the other aids of the fireplace Is a
young wife, holding In her arms a beau
t' f nl girl, with tender Intimacy of mother
All the emotions and .memorise that the
word home recalls to mind sweep through
tha mind of the place of human driftwood
It gripe one's heart to see poor Henry
Jkyll's eye wet' with tear from his
bondage to Mr. Hyde, and aee hi heart
hUn out against hla breast, long,
m to ,r
Tho bravest fight a man ever made Is a
I S' SSw,
- . -.;
Sow ' that our PrivaU
Stamp orr the nock f Bot
t U unbroken.
fluht agalnat phyrlcal appetite. Ona of
the grvateat heroea In tha world Is the
man who la struggling aralnat tha de
mand of an Inflamed and dleordered
phyclcal frama, w-hen ovary nerva cries
out for drink.
O what a battle! O how he flghta, hrw
he Rtrugglea, how h cnnjure up fond
so of the mother and child, that for
their aakea ha may win! When the body
master the soul, you hav a sinner:
when the soul masters the body, you
have a aalnt.
They found soma time ago In Egypt a
massive tomb of a princely yving man.
buried alive I,Mn year ago. Within the
dark chamber he had frantically fought
fr life. There waa evidence of fearful
stniggl. Hla body waa doubled, hi fln-
gera clenched and the walla were atalned
with blood. He had frantically battered
the granite doors until tho flesh had
fallen from hla bones
I have seen men In a deeper dungeon.
,n drk"' ttUnnm. In a lighter grlo-tha
Iitu-ti grip m an evil nauii. luincoin
walked over the battlefield at Gettya-
Iburg. after It had been baptised with tha
I blind of that terrible conflict, and as he
neaa and purity and tha next moment
1 have them crushed to the ground, gono
forever. Tou will never know what a
! reputation la until you have Inst It.
The soul la a gift from Ood. Tha soul
can think with Ood, can talk with Ood,
! can act with Ood. The soul without Ood
I la loneaome and and. What the ahell is
to ths nut,' what tha skin Is to tha or
ange, what the shoe la to the foot, what
the caaket to tha Jewels, tha body la to
the soul. The grandest moment In life
la when we become conscious of a soul.
Archaeologist hsve digged mnanlflcent
cities from under the sand of centuries,
have uncovered what they call "burled
magnificence." There la In the hearts
of men with whom we rub elbowa every
day a "burled magnificence," but only
Ood can uncover it.
Jekyll and Hyde Alive Today.
There Is a Mr. Hyde In every man
who neutrallies and paralyses the aspir
ations of Dr. Jekyll. Htevenaon was not
in falrland when he wrote Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde. Mr. Hyde la alive today.
There Is In the hearts of men a force
which chains them and drags them In
the dust. Society is organised around
the Idea that men have a natural ten
dency to sin This Idea Is back of every
social and every criminal law on the
statute books. Tou may not like the
doctrine of original sin, but unless you
are a moral idiot you cannot deny the
fact that there Is an Inborn tendency
Paul said, "What I hate, that I do. It
Is no more I that do It, but sin that
dwelleth In me. For the good I would, I
do not; the evil I would not, that I do.
I find a law when I would do good,
evel Is present I aee another law. In
my members, warring against the law
of my. mind, bringing me Into the cap
tivity of sin.''
Tho re are thousands who can sub
scribe to tho statement Paul makes, who
appreciate the sorry plight of Dr. Jekyll,
whin they have reached the point where
Mr. Hyde haa dominated.
Listen I The story has a ray of light.
Tour will Is still supreme; It Is still the
pivot, of your destiny. Tou may say
Tbq will take the throne of life.
. T re Pie tares.
In front of you tonight stands tha
mlld-manered Jskyll, with pure and
clean thoughts. On the other side
crouches dwarfed, mean,, vile, low, mis
He asks control. Neither can take
control without your consent The drug
In Stevenson's story had no discriminat
ing action; It waa the will of the man
taking the drug which decided what the
result would be. Men try to avoid thla
truth, lay blame on other thlnga, but
you are at fault 1
Tou remember when Moses waa on the
mount Aaron, whesa chief lack was
backbone, who was like many people in
our day, always a reprint of the one
who had his ear last permitted and
helped the wavering children of Israel
to make out or ths earrings and trinkets
the golden calf which they worshiped.
Aaron even fashioned the calf with a
graving tool; but when Mosea returned.
Indignant at Aaron for following . the
children of Israel, Instead of leaving
them, Aaron, Ilka a whimpering oMld
caught In a Jar of Jam, said, la ub
atance: "Well. Mosea, Tm not to blame for
the golden calf tha people brought ear
ring, trinkets and Jewelry, and cast
them into the fire, aa you might throw
old latter Into the waste basket and
out came this calf whloh you see."
Tou see, Aaron tried to shift the re
sponsibility for the Idolatry of the gol
den calf onto the furnace, tried to make
Moses believe that be threw gold Into
the fire to get rid of It and upon Its own
from that awful
distress after eat
ing, can bev ob
tained by careful
diet and the as
sistance of .
D ITT ERS
ens and assists the
in every way.
It is for Poor Ap
petite, B e 1 c h i n tf.
Blotting, Nausea and
set of Ms own Initiative out walked a
calf, perfect from It head to the end of
tieorae K lot In "Adam Rede" tell of
a Mr. Poyser, who s nt Molly, a mod-
' est, awkward girl. f r a mug of beer.
' When she returned Mrs. Pnyser began
one of her famous tongue Inshlng. In
humiliation and earltement Molly
dropped the mug, which broke into a
, thousand pieces on the rag-tone.
Mrs. Poysi r cut loose like a broadside
from one of our big battleships and In
her agitation dropjied a beautiful piece
of crockery which she waa holding. Im
mediately ahe ennnjed her tune, put on a
oft pedal and aald: "There do be tlmea
when It aeema crockery Is bewitched
and files out of one s hands like a bird,"
and ended with one of our comforting
I'resbytprlan doctrines, "What la to be
troka will be broke."
Society Mast Share Itlame for Crime.
Tou laugh at Aaron and Mrs. Poyser,
but we have exactly the same tendency
today to shift responsibility to some one
elae. One man blames cusnedness on
environment, and aays: "I waa born In
the slum district, where twelve peo
ple lived In one room; my father died
when I was young, snd my mother was
compelled to throw her unripe strength
Into the care of the family, I was left
home during the day, and roamed the
street as the only piay-ground. natur
ally I took on easy low morals of the
street low, atandarda of my tenement
surroundings. I am what I am, because
of my early environment."
Now I wlif not say one word to lessen
tha enthusiasm for Improvement of the
physical and moral environment of man
kind. I firmly believe environment ha
great effect upon character. I bellev
If society permit any considerable pro
portion to live in foul, unllghted rooms,
where from eight to ten people live,
cook, eat and sleep, working year In
and year out from fourteen to fifteen
hours every day; I believe If society
allows deserving men to stagger along
with leaa than a living wage; If society
permits shoulders of widowed mother
hood to be forced down under indus
trial burden and throws the unripe
trength of children Into the hopper of
corporate greed, to be ground up Into
dividends, that society must share tha
reaounsiblllty of these people become
If light causes a plant to lift Ita head
and the flowers to swing in glad aban
don, while darkneaa causes them to
droop and wilt and die, It la reasonable
that wholeaome living condltlone will
make the battle for righteousness eas
ier. 1 believe all thla, and I also believe
that the church must throw her Influence
more upon the aide of Justice and square
dealing for the under dog, and in doing
that it will be translating Into modern
life the teaching of JesUs. .
Nat a Playwhlas;.1
All thla is truth, but nt all of the
truth. A man la not a mechanical play
thing, In the hands of an arbitrary Ood.
Tou have It In your power to aay "Tea"
to right and "No" to wrong. . .
Environment la only a part of the story
of life. I can take a poisonous aeed and
plant It In the beat and mrt wholesome
soil, amidst the best surroundings, but it
wit produce a poisonous plant Just the
that jour estate will be
carefully managed and
that your wishes will be
carried out as stated iu
your will and testament,
by appointing the '
to act as your Executor.
' The cost is no more than
that allowed to an indi-
; vidua! acting in this ca
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Sims. With a vile heart you will live
-lie. for "tha heart is deceitful and des
perately .wicked." etc.
Poms shift the responsibility on their
assoclatea. A miser who interprets all
of lire In terms of dollars will unblush
I'tgly tell you not to Name tnlaerll
he; when he started In business the
general policies of the business world
forced him to adopt th principle "every
man for himself, the devil take the
Home people will lay responsibility for
their condition on the devil; but remem
ber the devil can only tempt you. It's
not fashionable, I know, to talk about
the devil or about hell, but If the devil
is gone he hs certainly left a llveiy
Tour will Is supreme. The seat of rellg
Ion la not In lachrymal glands, not In
handkerchief, but In your will. Ever
let this one ray of hope be tetingutshed
apd life becomes a blackened page.
One of th law of nature 1 that the
abuse or prosecution of any force or fac
ulty must be paid for by the death of
paralysis of that force or faculty. Dr.
Jekyll at first would change Into Mr.
Hyde only when he choae to change.
Rvery time he released Hyde, Hyde be
came stronger and more powerful, and
harder to control. Dr. Jekyll died as Mr.
Hyde, locked In. his laboratory, chained
by the shackles of his lower self, with
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shrieks of dlspalr, answered only b
the echo of his sgony. as he fell baci.
Paul chained and shackled his lower
self until It shrieked; "O wretched man
that I am. who shall deliver tn?'' but
before hla cry dird on the air Jesus was
at his side and kissed the fever of sin
from hla heart, and be went Into the pres
ence of Ood with the laughter of redemp
tion on his Hps.
"Who shall separate ua from the love
of Christ T Shall tribulation, distress, per
secution, famln. nakedness, peril, sword ?
I am persuaded that neither death, nor
life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor
powers, nor things present, nor things to
come, nor heights, nor depths, nor an
other creature shall be able to sepsrnte
i:a from the love of Ood In Jesus Christ
(Copyright William A. -Sunday)
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INSURANCE MUST BE PAID
Heirs of the late Albert Rawltser, tent
and awning manufacturer, at'ege that
the Travelera" Prolectlve association,
which they are suing for $2,500, I estopped
from pleading aulcide aa a defense. In a
reply fl!ed In district court.
The reply a'lerea that the association
haa never been authorised to do business
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in deep shades, brown, green
Patent or dull leath
ers, with black cloth or
kid tops, also a few
styles with colored
tops. Don't miss this sale.
The most thrilling Melo
drama ever presented
Not Island of Regeneration, bat
stirring story of the New York
east side based on Owen Ktldare's
My Mamie Rose.
FRIDAY: DESTINY, OR
SOUL OP A WOMAN
"OltJjtAy TVM CBaTTZB"
tX&n J If J I L Cartels aVsee After
tJ--fT ParaHre ras Tin -v.
rpely Booked for A.k-Br-B Week
jr.Vr . Bostoniaas
TM rinlnl'i Cadtapatat IHiaia Th oar
abow vtoiior UMNI4 mm, aataias Ilk it Wck
hoata. Umput) aavir M la TkfM Ontum
lurft.ft bpctcl. ofcgUni Beauty char a.
U Mil u Wk. 1 S..U a
In Nebraska, acco'-d'og to the Ineuraflco
law of the state, and that for that rea
son It Is barred from claiming benefits of
Its constitutional provisions.
A "For Fale" ad will turn eecond-hen
mrniture Into cash.
Heard at the Tab
Plllv" Scnav has ch.ine. his mln'l
shout not speaking In Council Fluff nest
Mom'av. He will speak In the I'ouni I!
Hli'f's Auditoi i tm and Ms subject will
be "litvnae, or tJtt in the Ws!er Wagon.
A delegation of TO people from Shenan
doah, la., arrived In the city yesterday
mornlrg and occupied a re-erved sec
tion In the Tabernmie at the afternoon
rnd evening meetirms. lesvnj for their
homes agal i late la-t night.
Not one mm besides "Hilly" Sunday
h'rrself will be Insliio the Tabernacle at
the afternoon and evening meetings to
rtn'. They f strlctlv for women only.
Mrs. Aaher will lead the singing and sho
will provbln a womsn pianist. A number
of women and girls have been secured
to art as ushers.
IWeVtie c Urge was out In full force
at the tabernacle last nlshl with , fly
ing banners, sunns snd veils, dispel
rervicea for the la it three days have been
plven over to rehearsing sonss aid yell'
under the leadership of Prof. Kdwln Leon
1 Is. The foot boll team entered a'
tha bead cf the procession garb-.d In their
blankets, and the remainder o. the school
'ollowed with pennants and Tying rib
The tailoring and work
manship is in every way
worthy of the name
Thompson, Bel&n & Co.
Reliable Since 1886
The Height of Fashion
Unlike the Taffeta Silks
of old, when rustle and stiff
ness were the criterion" by
which quality was judged,
these new Taffetas are au in
the new soft chiffon finish,
falling naturally into grace
ful folds. Every fashion
New AH-Wool Challis
For Waists an! House Dresses
Wonderful selections of
pretty patterns in pin
stripes, dainty dots and fig
ures, also in the new Dres
den figures in dainty even
A COJTTIiruOUa Performance ef
High Clae Vaudtnl. and
Tint a route riar
The Only Plac3 to
Go in ths Horning
9 A. M. TILL 11 P. M.
Brr4 Saata 10 latra
And ill this Week
Owa Dl. Orateat ay.
WHAT H.il'I'KXh.l TO MART"
Car ata Bis Teal-ht after ara4e
Mats I Teuay. Thnraday aa Sataraay
4 Bays Oct. 13. 14. is, It Ita
iffast Hit la as Tears. 1
i atarda sraa.
M eeata to
fwi i i . .
SS cants te il.SO
A For PalM ad will tura seoood-baad
furniture Into cash.
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