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A Soft Answer.
Two sisters while Ttsttlngj In Ireland
got Into conversation one day with A
tenant of their hostess. One of the
girls, who Is quite stout, asked the old
Irishwoman If she would have known
them for sisters.
"Well," was the answer, "ye look
like, but yer sister's slender, while
you, miss well, you favor the quane."
Is true freedom but to break
Fetters for our own dear sake
I And, with leathern hearts, forget
That we owe mankind a debt?
No; true freedom Is to share
All the chains our brothers wear
And, with heart and hand, to be
Earnest to make others free.
They are slaves who fear to speak
For the fallen and the weak.
They are slaves who will not choose
Hatred, scoffing and abuse
Rather than In silence shrink
From the truth they needs must think.
They are slaves who dare not be
In the right with two or three.
Forbidden Fruit Is Sweet.
IJcv. Madison O. IVtors, the New
York clergyman, told this story to a
group of young men: "I was strolling
one line spring morning in a lienutifm
park when I said to one of the guards,
'Look here, why do you have "Keep
off the trrass" signs all over the park?
Tou don't seem to enforce the rule.
'No. sir,' said the guard. 'The object
of the sign Is to cause the people to
more thoroughly enjoy being on the
When Pat Laughed Last.
Two Englishmen on a visit to Ireland
111 red a boat f:r the purpose of having
One. thinking he would have a joke
at Tat's expense, asked him if he knew
anything about astrology.
T.e jabers, no." said Pat.
"Then liiat's the best part of your life
The socimil Knglishinan then asked
Pat if he knew anything about the
ology. "He j.ii.crs. no."
"Well. I must say that's the very
best prirt of y-:r life lost."
A few n;i;i;:tes later a sudden squall
arose, and the boat capsized. Pat be
gan to swim. The Hritons. however,
could not swim, and both called loudly
to Pat to help them.
"I)o you know anything about swim
ologyV asked Pat.
"No," answered both.
"Well, be Jabers, then both of your
lives is lost:-'
No Doubt of It.
The lesson was from the "Prodigal
Bon," and the Sunday school teacher
;was dwelling on the character of the
elder brother. "But amid all the re
joicing." he said, "there was one to
whom the preparation of the feast
brought no joy, to whom the prodigal's
return gave no pleasure, but only bit
terness: one who did not approve of
the feast being held and had no wish
to attend it. Now. can any of you tell
who this was?"
"Please, sir, it the fatted calf"'
cried several in chorus.
Entertainment For Englishmen.
Two American girls invited two Eng
lishmen to visit them at their coun
try Lome in America. One day a mes
sage came saying the two men would
arrive that afternoon. The family was
thrown into a fever of excitement, and
many plans of entertainment were sug
gested. It was dually decided that, as
Englishmen are notoriously fond of a
"tub" and their guests were coming di
rectly from the train, they should first
be Invited to take a buth. The young
men arrived promptly ami, after Borne
demurring, were hurried off to the
bathroom. In about an hour they
emerged and went immediately to the
hostess, saying, "We are sorry to leave
so soon, but we only came to make a
call and our train leaves in fifteeu min
utes." I. ipplncott's.
More Than Enough.
An eight-year-old boy went to a
church picnic and, being a favorite
With the ladles, had been liberally sup
plied with good thing to eat. Later
la the day one of the ladies noticed the
Iboy Fitting near a stream with a woe
ibegoue expression on his face and his
twnd-i clasped over his stomach.
' Wby, what's the matter, Willie?"
he kindly asked. "Haven't you had
enough to eat?"
"Oh, yes'm," said the boy. "I've had
enough. I feel as though I don't want
J1 I've got."
A Lincoln Comparison.
When Lincoln was practicing at the
bar, the opposing lawyer in a case had
delivered a speech for the prosecution
which was an exhibition of the man's
conceit. When he was through, Lin
coln rose slowly to his' feet and ad
dressed the court as follows:
Your honor, my colleague, who has
Just delivered this brilliant exhibition
f oratory, reminds me of a little flat
bottom steamboat that way back in the
fifties used to pull up and down the
Mississippi. It had a five foot boiler
and an eleven foot whistle, and every
time It whistled it stopped."
A Cruel Joke.
An old man In Georgia named Jack
Baldwin, having Iot his hat In an old
Cry well one day, hitched u rope to a
stomp ' and let himself down. A
wicked wag mniecl Neal enme along
.Just then nnd. quietly detaching a bell
from Baldwin's old bllni' horse, ap
proached the wey. bell In hand, and
began a tliic-n-llng.
i , Jack. thought the old horse was com
ing and said: "Ilang the old blind
horse! He's coming this way sure, and
he aiu't got no more souse than to fall
In on me. Whoa, Ball!"
The sound came closer.
"(Jreat Jerusalem: The old blind fool
will be right on top of me iu a nilnit.
Wboa. P,ali: Whoa. Ball!"
Neal kicked u. Uu.lt dirt on Jack's
head, and Jack began to pray:
"0 Lord, have mercym whoa. Ball
a poor sinner. I'm gone now whoa.
Ball! Our Father, who art In
whoa, Bi'.ll hallowed be thy gee.
Ball g'e. v.hat'll I do? name. Now
I lay me down to si gee. Ball! (Just
then lu fell more dirt.) O Lord, if you
ever intend to do anything for nie
back, Ball! Whoa.' thy kingdom come
gee, Ball! O Lord, you kuow I was
baptized lu Smith's mill dam whoa.
Bull! Ho! I'p! Murder! Whoa!"
Neal could hold iu no longer and
shouted a laugh which might have
been heard two miles, which was about
as far as Jack chased him when he got
out. Atlanta Journal.
A Perplexed Political Economist.
When the light against Cuban reci
procity was at Its bitterest point in
congress, Senator Burrows of Michi
gan received this letter from a con
Ftitiiotit: Dear Senator If this here receprosty
bisnes Is fixd between us and Cuba as
they say we'll have to grow our own ter
bac or c'.si-' make thorn Cubans rich
ciiuiihIi t' buy the hull country. I do a
llttel clmwln myself ami I don't b'leve In
br.Uiliii tip in. trust. I d like to ratse my
own plan. 1 ain't no hand to ask favors,
but If you c.ii.'.d scut me a package of
terbnc seed It would bo remembered.
P. S. I want to raise the kind of plug
v.ith tin thitiKs onto It.
No Chance For Argument.
"(ieorg'," said she to Iter liege lord,
who was toasting his shies before the
fire, "l suppose you get t.'ie credit for
sweeping the snow oil' our front walk."
'I reckon 1 do, Cyuthy." responded
"And you know you don't do a lick
of It. 1 do it myself."
"There can't be any doubt about
"Well, v.hat sort of it man do you
think , on are':"
"I'm a hi. unod small specimen of a
man. Cyuthy," said Ieorge, still se
renely toasting his shins. "I have no
doubt 1 n:n meaner and more contempt
Iljie than ynii think. You can't get
In I any argument with nie on thai
prow iii'Hi. I'm the laziest, good for
in '!i,n; est. or!:''i 'st man in the neigh
bor'.s.v.l. If it wasn't that I've got
such a g mil wife, I'd go and blow my
worthless brains out. Supper ready
Got Even at Last.
Court had been waiting fifteen min
utes f.r the stenographer to arrive.
Then some one was sent to the tele
phone to find out why.
"Iio you mean to tell me," she de
manded, "that I have kept forty-one
meu waiting fifteen minutes for meV
"Well. I'll be right along. That Is
a funny thing. I have been waiting
all these years for just one man, and
now forty-one of them are waiting for
What the Tree Would Say.
I.ishop Seymour of Minnesota while
walking wbh a young lady pointed out
to her some of the fine trees Iu the
neighborhood. She professed great in
terest and delight. She cried:
"How the noble aspect of beautiful
trees stirs up the keenest emotions of
the soul :" Then, patting a great, rough
trunk, she went on, "You superb oak,
what would j ou say to me if you could
"I believe 1 cau be his interpreter."
the bishop murmured. "He would
prob.il, ly ray, 'I beg your pardon, miss;
I am a beech.' "
Waiting Fcr a Jury to Grow.
"I have it case still pending In a
south Coovgia justice court that has
been there since 1S7H," remarked
Judge Spencer R. Atkiuson, former
Justice of the supreme court, to a
group of friends at the cnpltol.
"Soon after I began the practice of
law I took a case for a client involv
ing a verbal contract for building a log
cabin. The amount involved was less
than .S 1 . so suit was brought In the
ju-'tVe court of the little country dis-t'-'.i
t whe.-e the defendant, the owner
of the log cabin, lived. P.y consent of
all parties the matter was referred to
a jury. The first jury came In with a
"Another jury was called, and there
was another mistrial, and so it went
on for six or seven terms of court, each
successive jury failing to reach a ver
dict. "Then, one day, just before it was
lin e to call the case up for submission
to the seventh or eighth jury, I receiv
ed this note from the justice of the
"Dear Sir I write this to let you know
the c::so of r.etkham agin Lyles cannot
bo tried no rr.ore In this court. You have
used up nil t'lo Jrrles In the district and
It won't be possible to Ret no more Juries
ur.'.ll lime crows up or some new folks
ntoves lr.. I have wrote the same notice
to the other side.
"Your truly. - P. WUJAMS,
"Justice of the Peace, 497 district G. M.
"With that we dropped the case by
common co:i:se::t and have been wait
ing ever since for a new jury to grow."
Not Whst She Expected.
A vl-.lnw had bean courted and won
by a physician. She had children.
The wedding day was approaching,
and It was time the children should
know thev were to have n new father.
Calling one of them to her she said,
"(Jeorglo, I ai:i going to do something
iiefore long that I would like to talk
about with you,"
"What Is it, ma?"
"I a::i Intending to ninrry Dr. Jones
in n few days, and"'
"Pu!!y for you, mat Does Dr. Jones
GREATER PROSPERITY FORETOLD FOR
European Failures Will Feree World
to Look to America For Food Wheat
Outlook Is Better Most Grain Is Short
With Prospect For Oats Bad.
The outlook for an it nprecedent
ed year of pr sperity for the farm
ers of the country and commercial
interests, including the railroads hh
well, is evidenced by the Govern
ment crop report for Augiut, which
was issued at Washington.
Never before in thx history of the
nation has the outlook been ho
bright for high prices on the ae
age for ail farmers' commodities.
The situation ted ay is this:
There i a shortage of 300.000,000
bushels of com, 100,000.000 bush
els of wheat, 100,000,000 bushels
f oats by comparison with last
According to the report the out
lK)k for the wheat crop is far bet
tcr than it was a mouth ago. The
tint crop, it is stated by those con
versant, is the worst known iu
years, besides being 100,000,000
The Government ciop report esti
mate in detail is us follows:
inter wheat, 4()9,o00,0()0 bush
el. (Spring wheat, l''.i,Ui.Ki,00J busk
Uats, 87(1, 000.000 bushels.
live. :n,:IHI,(IOO bushels.
li.ili.y, lfi'.l.llliO.liOO l)tiluls.
S. riiii- wheat stanilSitt t!) 4-10.
is In ST 1() Juii. U.lia are tl
..-r c. i t, as i;-ti per t-t :i t f, r
I it 1 v .
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And boys, do you like to make money
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Here is an offer that means fun for the
boys, fun for the girls, fun for the par
eiits an offer that will turn your borne
into a veritable theatre-no end of
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I mean a moving picture machine a
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throw iiKivinn pictures such as you may
have seen at hi:,' entertainments. I'ntil
recently no one could buy a moving pic
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machine with :t.1l moving pictures All
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Scenes and events from nil over tne
world are lirouht rik'lit lo your li.iiue
liy this iiiiivinu picture uiaclnne. There
is nothinu' that cannot lie repmiluceil liy
lliemacliine. You may si-e stirrinir Imrse
races, excitinsr prize lights, if you want
Ilieoi.iliiriiiu'liuivliiries. with the lliieves
iK-in' caiiu'lit in the act by our I rusty
I'.ioieras. Ii.iltlc sc. iies. t : 1 1 i 1 1 scents,
pi lures of coplt in rhurrh. pictures of
('resident Koi.sevelt iiml .nh. r L'rcat
in. mi di'lirerii!.' ;.p.M.. iies, pit lures of
i iiildren at play, le.nil inir s.-ene-. yreat
i-irilKiiiiikes, and iiuiitle (N i.l others
t.i it would keenly interest everyone.
Mr. Kllis h:is photugnipliers ever in
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t.int hiippeiiln' of the diiy.su that you
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cv.-ii! liikiii!; phi in N '.v Vnrk ora'ij--
wh-re "!se us if yo i li.id I o u-i the
ground youri-lf. You "iin see ships
i- . n in i into l he liarliornl .ev York or
lliu toii. yo.i can s e Indii.iis liulitinv oil
the plains iu the Wet. you cnm-vi'ii see
iiie.'Xplosionol il ItusMiiu hatileship its
is lirej iioii by llie.liipiiuese. You can
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the streets of Paris and Naples, wild
animals in the forests of Africa, and ex
citing horse races. Piiurcol all kinds
co with this moving pi. tare machine,
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uuudTltfl Noting plrlare aaratac.
THIS MOVING PICTURE
Tup film w.n"'n reproduce the wonderful
"c pictures shown by this machine
are thirty-two pictures to the foot, popular
tnn;liird size. This In the size endorsed by the
ib iiiiiiz movui( picture entertainers who make
i-'ii la th." ? hi , t ,,V T ..a ,,e"u'r"
iith.-r and catch the moving object n In the
dPTerent staees of action, thus presenting them
to the eye as If thu objects were really alive
Yoj don't ripprl '". ',0 muf''1 traveling
IUJ u u.u 1 ueeu when you have a good
in .vim-; i.. 'ure mnchlne In the house. You
fi -it i-U'ht in your own parlor nnd look at
fniiu an ov-r t. world Just as If you
ni l t riveted thousands upon thousands of
miles nnd wer ,knn at the real scenes
then in- ves. The moving picture machine
keejs the entlr- liouseholrl In a continual
ro-i-id of laughter when the funny pictures are
shown. iii the coupon.
For instance whon- yo" are 'n,,n at a
..ww bu,,,lne ne and the horse
mi which a htint'-r is riding takes a tumble
w'ie:i he lumps the fenco it Is funny to see the
rl ler roll over iind over on the ground and
tV'ti get up and feel the lump on his head.
The machine is very popular when there is a
p-i j ty at our bouse.
Pmldml Ckarln I. Ellta, ak. ka
this country for the deficiency in
its food material.
Iu toiinneniiiig n the present
crop outlook, .limes A. Patten, who
oa us 15,000,000 bushels xf oats,
"I look for an unprecedented
year of prosperity am tog the lar
mers and all the genet al business
iiileretds of the country. While
there is a jitvt tlirt.tge iu the
crops, the in reaee in' pri.-e will
more than make up for it to the
"The oat crop will bt one of the
woist in thu hi story of i tin country.
Not on y win there bo a shortage of
about 100,000,000 bushed., 'lilt that,
which is imiHeste l will bi of a poor :
"The liiilrotdi of t he land will j
have all the sit'iiin thev can handle; I
in fact, 'O-n- of tin; ro.els will iiuu
I th ni-e'.v -s r Hi!; od to cure fj. the I
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It Is the crealest entertainer ever Invented
self and nil your visit. vn, KvtTytRxly will lu ulud to rotuc? to ytmr hum wticii you
h;ivf one of thtsc f rent moving pi tun- machines iml yiir will luuj'h until your Hides split
whvn voti st t In funny pictures. When you own thisiiovintr picture machine unci (lie
film of SJ0 free pictures, you rnnvive entertniimientK and make lots mid lots of money.
You will be sought after at church entertainments and every social function in jour
The m.-irhino Is mmle of Rtmninn nmuit, Mn k fnpan; oiKht wheel merhnnUm which
ilrtvos the iimviiitr U'luret: v.cltiur illiihra:m lenn, triple polished: MtHnlari (ultH
extra retlcetur, tkrowinpr ray ii hlit ai feet, ii)tiirKtiiK' the picture up 10 ahout fn, fet't
in diameter; lump in fitted with preat mtfety earlide frt'nerator. and producea the hiKhei
Uizht power. Huh far renter liKht Miwtr than the ordinary electric liht, producliiK- .VKl
candle power on the wereen and hrliipih out every detail of the picture with pronounced
dintlnt tiiesi. The earldile ia uhtmhitrl-t tRie, moth miler lhau a kerosene lamp. We fir
utt ita almniute nafety.
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BOYS "r1's marvelous
- - Moving Picture
Mine"-You can make plenty
of money giving moving Pic
T nin ilcllKlitcil with tl-.p ViK-fiino. I have boon nffpred
four ilullai-M more ttntn I paid lor it. Leonard Alcer,
JSIelli ille, A', y,
Tlio Mnvlnsr Plctun- Mitcliinc Is all rlcht: It works all
r lu lit it ii I I am iilcisiil with it. I tuimk you u thuu
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Tho Movlnar Picture Mn. liino works Ijkert charm. I
exjiK-t to nirffcea iircut il. nl of money wii n it. J. Victor
cUitzinuii, iJ4 Mulberry Street. Ji'mdiiig, 'a.
the. MovitiB 1'lctnre Machine to to ennetlvns
represented und I ih to Ihhnk you u thoasiii.d
us It is orinyiin; nie noui lun 'und money.
K. Martin. Montaiutun. I'a.
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tVcry IlUUie k ,,. by elvinc niovlne
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I dent liooHtvelt dcliverliisT one of bi speeches.
I It is so real l&fXeteUti
is to read tne speet-li be is delivering and
BHOOTTNO THX CTJTEB AT COITTT ISLABD, W. T.
ran see every gesture he makes. Roys. It la
marvelous. The live boy wllb one of these
machines can muke plenty of money-all be
wontr to spend, heiid . ..upon.
THE UNITED STATES.
Jurors Fur September Term.
First Week: U. L. Jackson, J.
F. Hurley, E. G. Green, J. M. Uob
ens, Jas. Batten, Alexander Liv
ing's to n-, J. M. Tucker, W. T. Mor
ton, B. P. I lav wood, IT. F. Hulin,
W. F. Kirkuian, J. A. Kirk, I). D.
VI cKiti noil, Leucli ltiiHsell, J. M.
Kike, A. !. Parker, H. K. Olark,
E. U Stoker, Bolim.' King. .7. B.
Hal tout, T. A. Thoma, E. C.
litisn, M.J. LoLeod, VV. H. Rey
nolds, J. S. Moore, It. L. Dennis,
V. T. Smith, J. T. Cole, J. A.
Floyd, A. L. Williams, A. Ii. S..i
vty, O. J. Poole, M. U. Brewei, J.
B Green, W. A. McDonald, G. N.
Second Week: B. F. Bean, W.
Ii. Hicks, J. C. Smith, W. B. John
hoi , J. f. Luck, Jr.. Geo. W. Cog
gi'i, J A Vtaue, Daniel Parsons,
II. . Mxrtin. .1. D. Green. M. T.
liiHic, K. M. IKerton. A. W. Burt,
I!. V. u-.iidy, J. F. Shaw, W. L.
.Xn.li'ew.. W. (I . Willian.p, J. C.
hnl:c. l-'iom The Montomeriin.
Pj f. J. Allen Holt has annouuc-
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recipe and directions), for obtaing a
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and simple to follow. It will save the
expense of Creams. Cosmetics and
Bleaches. . Will free the si. in from pim
ples, blackheads, etc., and give the skin
beauty and Hoftness.
THE GENUINE DIAMOND RING
IS GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFAC
Tl lIEIt to he as REPRESENTED, and
s-liouM any purchaser Le !Is6atisripd, I will
. i Lilly REFUND THE MONEY. DO
nr ir.T'PincE lead you to
1mUJ.IT THE GENUIXKN.-sS OR VALUE
OF 'TIS PlN'G, ns the ali"Ve guarantor
prn'ecti en.-li n"d every mirhaor. SEND
:.!?l'0- IIY MAIL ami Mko ADYAN
T.ViE OF Tills OFFER in the time is
LIMITED. Send size at finger for which
ll'.e i dei-ired.
T. (!. MoELEY.
.U Enti.'I.-il S.i-p-t Now York Citv
and this Marvelous Moving Picture
Machine, with complete equipment
all given away all FREE absolutely
Complete Moving Picture Machine Outfit, with
tafetr carbide generator and lamp, other equipment
and 10-foot film set of 320 pictures.
Thl (Trent Movln(r Picture Machine In no toy nor
fimull i.uttlt, l.ut h r.-RulHr movinir .lciure niMclittto,
iiTiitinif with tllnis ,m the same .rlnclile an the
mnviiiK U-ture muehinex that are use.) Iiv cntvr
tuinera custiufr buudriMlH unil nuuurvua of dollarn.
UOW you can del this tupendoua outfit free
is explained below where il aays in big
black type. "MY OFFER."
r MACHINE rORTHE E0ME
HERE IS whr.t yoa ar to do In order
to ivct this Hiimlng moving picture
machine and the 321) moving pictures:
Send your name and address on the
free coupon that Is all. Write youi
be the first one to receive the great gilts.
GOOD FOR MOVING PICTURE HACDINE 0FFE1
Chab. K. Ellis, President, W9 W. 3d Street.
Dpt. U. ii .. New York. '
Dbar Mr. Ellis:
Please aend me the twenty-etgtit pictures, so
Outfit "YonrV'trui'y Sreat n"iV'DK l,lotur ninchlne
Blgn your name and arid rem.