The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 110, Ed. 1 Monday, February 22, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 1015.
Knives Forks Tea and Table Spoons.
spoons jn Four Distinct Patterns.
Sterling Silver Cream and Sugar Bowls Sandwich Plates. Start
a Pattern in this Line ?nd add to it until you have a complete set.
Alu-ay; looks r.i e ;-.nu lasts for Onerations
ARMSTRONG JEWELRY CO.
"THE CJIFT STOIil'."
penalty has'.buen assessed and in each
and every instance the alleged strong
arm of-'the 'law has been stajed bc-
4 Tri-c. -r- . j - cause there was sunicient money tor
I Knnes Forks Tea and Table Spoons Iced Ten "Trie Cream i ' ...
X c- ir. -A- - r .j."u..a. . it... ict uienm . t l i0temant to run -the. gauntlet or
I ZrV f ''mtt " - the courts. Had . Becker Wn a
t f?Vm bUr BWlS' Sinhlich PhltW- Sta1 beggar instetad of u. lieutenant of po-
'lice in Now York had. Thaw been a
bankrupt instead of the heir to mil-
lions had-Leo Frank been an -employe
instead- of manager of a colossal firm
and Hans. Schmidt a penitent instead
of a priest clothed with power would
anyone of the above defendants h' i i
TFtr T & tt TT 1 " 'the land of the riving today? All had
I fit DAILY BULLETIN Ith" msn'os theinselvi-s are pleased been charged with ami convict-d o:
.with thfjr treatment In tin- South and murder; but" agih1 attorneys louud
BY THE jsinee the. only interested parties are loopholes ofe'sAtpe and undone of the
. Mayes Printing Company .satisfied Life and its editorial writrr . quartet will -go to the gallows- or to
- - ' jlJ'W be content to. let the matter the eleetric; chair. Btlt as a certain
- Office o: Publicuon rest as. it is. It has bin declared widely advertised commodity ahvav !
ICS Brown. Cor. Brown and Lee Sts. taiul doubtless not without :onie truth. . proclaims. There's a' reason " 1
'that the only trouble the people. of -
The Ideal Fireless Cook Stove!
If everybody knew the real merits of the Ideal
Fireless Cooker we couldn't get them fast enough
to supply the demand. They btat anything you
ever saw in the saving of fuel food labor and
time. Step in and see our line-up and get a book-
let telling all about it. Don't put it off another day
the South have with the neiiro is it.
entered at the Pc&toftice Brownwood.T " """'" jruis ior HARD TO KILL.
Texas as Second Class Mail irtr .IllenUHl "J'"1'1 a or th and by. those of . -.' ' ".- . .
.V77 UasS Mai1 tter. o.......V. 's truly remarkable that so. ma..;
jth Xohh "who want the Southerner
fro recognize the quality of -thV negro
MPIRE FURNITURE G
W cents prr month; $6.00 per year."
...k. " v ' -. " "-lainous liomesrown poetry
Just why some .Northerners - -
.young married couples survive the
in w hn m
"THE FURNITURE HOUSE OF QUALITY'
should waul the South to take he
negro to. its bosom as an eerual wiieii :
XOTICE TO SUBSCKIIiEiiS. acJl is"UOL -'orlh it
is iie of .the- many things -the
.Subscribers failing to receive their bmh can not. irnderstand.
per "will confer a favor on the man- ; - .
sxement Lj reporting same to the of-
ojv$r jealous friends attfint to ;m-'
T-npuCe!iheir epgagement ;t a party
month before the wedding.f-Rmwn-
. Since ?i Houston man. was run e-
er Uy'n iiogback. locomotive and sur- i
viyed -ViUi the loss of a toe it has!
flee fey 9 o'clock each morning when J. LLAin u UKLD ARIAMLXT. fiee.i.f conceded' that' some human be-1
copy of the paper will be tent by; a can-vass of all the members of --in'ss.re". difficult things to kill Ansr
special delivery. j the. iwesent and the next Congas is .'M:iVjttan. - . ..' . i
- vviiuuiivu . uj Hie ivmenenn r
GOOD CARE TAKEN
OF HOMES USED OK
One Year's Experience
With Fifty Fine Hens
M0DAY FEBHI AKY 22. 1!1.7.
iLeagwe to Limit Armaments from Its "'THIXOS TO WORRY ABOl'T.
headquarters at 411 Cendar street Xewj. .- -'- ; "'.-:-..' II.M)SOMK
York .City to. determine the attitude ''. i er .are man j .uimWmniorMiuu
!0f the Senators and Renrese.taitrJcimt)nnce to tn.e people of orown
SLAXDEliLXG THE SOUTH.
The Bulletin does not believe that on the question of increased armaUo011-Umn llle disposition oX food' ear-:
the senument recently expressed by jments and to .enable the . League to fs. - - "v" wvn ui
Life a Xew York iM!hlitinn nf wm 'answer innnirles frAm th m.ii0 f'?irttiSj -.ud German govern nients.
HOrsKS t SKI)
ULIY HKADQl KTKRS ARK
S( RI IH LdlSLY ( LEW
Waif oh W. . Ryers.
writes in this week's
Coleman Democrat-Voice his
th- BERLIN. Feb
Let of TIip Associated
issue of the
' u 'i ilia .Yjjr-i-
ince irom a protit-niaking standpoint
of handling -fifty pure bred.hens. .Mr.
. Ryers is a young man who is. making.
-(Corresjiondencf -a success of farming because he is
Press) An As- a -modern farmer and studies his
ypur-wroTrjs center on things nearer sociated Press correspondent who.has.."siness.- He was a member of the
Uioine?'Rrown-Wood Bulletin. . visited n-e.-ntlv a dozen or . innr. k'raduatintr e-1 ass at Haiiint Rnlrnp rt
circulation that the people of the an(1 others.
South are taking every precation to-'. "The People a? a whole.' says L:lome- rpwiuvool Bulletin. . visited n-cmtly a
Insure the . perpettiaUon of the ne-'HolWngsw0rih Wood secretary of . the ' llere "011 80 solUfitlline so wic French villas and chateaux which "ge In . 1004. and a recent interview
.Cro's inferfoifty. Is typical of the. sen- League are placitig the responsibil-i -n yoir eye tiiat yo" oan t sw-at'filirs now" &eTV? staff .headquarters for !ith him says he finds -that his col-'
timent of the 2torih toward this ques ty for this discussion where ft began ftertlns Jlfar off" FrTit 'ourstf various corps .or. divisions of the lg' educau'pn has been of Jncalcula-
tion. It. is evMent that the editorial d where it belongs. Certain Con-i0?'1 th"ss productive" only of more Cer.man. forces found that reports of jble value to hfm in Ms work on the
writer of Lite has his vision obscured 'essmen are-telling us that we axei';?'t "wh?n :i'ow niiud might be th'ett and destruction of property' in ; farm and ranch. His. article Is" very
try ignorance and prejudice else the woefully unprepared for some. rerrftlej these FrencJi homes were not true. timely. He-says:-.'
Blander -contained in the following danger which they do not define. Bv;--""r .. Aiuerican birthright of ' free jn all of these places without an exT . " : -." .. ' . ' j
from six to nine pounds about same
as Plymouth .Rock.
The record is as follows based on
current prices for the year 1914:
Five cockerels at .".0c 5 2.5u
Fifty hens at 0c 25.00
Feed and general expense ..... "9.70
Total Assets $87.20
Chickens sold and premiums
Eggs sold ranging from 10c to
2uc per dozen . . . $30.15
Eggs used and replaced 22.95
24 friers used at home at 2."5c. . 6.00
i30 hens and pullets' on hand at
. Uhe.ariuy and navy officials for this at 'ffdVfftraBtie nwisifrt-s being pursued Oriental rugs ntarbles and pictures UttVn? b-ee
i being sure-Ksed Unpr.'paredne.s.. . By ; direct 'acVV11? United States government in t'estffying to tlv wealth and taste of l-ex"Prence !n'
erior. denv csation. the annv and navv men are .Wrpalt;pf. the food cargoes which have the recent owners were not onlv uu ;'nco"r 31
Havinir befSii . reiriiiAtil in iv& mi-
the poultry husiness tof
some of; the "undecided
jlO choice breeding cockerels
Mi. go and do likewise. lei nie say that
1 am more of a worker-than a speak-
er or waiter. Working at the seem-
iygly small details-is necessary for
Total . income
statement aou id never have been writ- implication at least they are blaming -1Hg?Jt'- trammeled criticism of ception the carved woodwork;
"Our friends down South
that ihp npr'mfG. sre infriir
itiom giirantaoo r.? int lijni?n PntiorA i '. bsisn -Seized.- Worry over bad roads or in nWiM hm war .r!n.. fb ..... brothers- and "doubting Thomases
schools for negro children in order appropriates the money that maintains l0381?! - niination of t he peavh ijcrupulously as if the owners we t
that they will continue to be inferior -pur military forces. -;cfo.p -by Me .frosts when you' might present. No burning cigars or vi
and thus prove the correctness of the ' . "It is becoming more and more eVi-ico."fe!dr;i1 pP"'nd upon .the ineffi- garettes careP-ssly laid had scoreh-
contention of the scientists and senti- dent every daj that the country is. not fo"" . L1 ;VholP administrative yd the polished tables or burned thr
mentalists that the negro is inferior going to sit quietly by and see Con- c"PS.t ..Washington to the delight and coverings ' and no stain of muddy
After all. thert- is nothing quite so sress spnd . seven-tenths W the im'-' admiration of. your household. Never boots disfigured the rux-. So thc--
6atisfyuig ' as the feeling that you -don's exp-vn allowance for the. army Ao.it. If you must worry worry abom 0ttgh -is the attention to these ij ; ' ' .
have got dungs fixed so that you -will and navy while some of the Congr-ssi trope:.l t:5 too far away over -to tone j Xnih in some - of the headquarter"?- j" w...vJ: nty' ox'perience with fif-1
always be an inferior race ;n vour ni-n thfmseJvoS admit that thev atV ou and if you start your worrying that the most partkular. hbiWwi'f.'-PVref bX?I he1S' f0F ir 1914. UJmn. nrV rnDUlTfnL
midst." : and have beon .uendins thi vc &0Wt thd-Uhngs m-arer homo first 0)llld have run a suspicions ffmrer Wtl;Ch 1 tft?s Vfl1 hl'lP somebody to ! tl)U HUUK rUnMAIIUrl
TkPhrtn K.h 3 r Auumni tnniiijv nt- 1Vw ' .! t ... .thing yati know you'll be aPiK.fnting nnv -. u i h ..V.i.w H'We i raise tlie west pnrehrpd po.l
raignmeat of the South and ;t is just Consress. whichever wav vou look yoiv&U committers of wie to. initiate finding a siWk" of dust.
. . 65 0O
. . 10.00
Total . Net $138.90
Net . average per hen $2.75
Just a word in regard to feeding:
Yon must feed a balanced ration with
success in. the poultry business. Al-'-i. - .
.-. .. grit shell and. rharonnl alw-ivo hofnm
Iwaysr nse -prevention rather than .
- . : ut.-iu iu jeaji uie uesi results.
such ignorant charges as thi.- which at it and th people knowit It is time 'P: ad enter protests and at'
are responsible for the continuation to put every member of the next Con-
of th- raib : bad ieelinc tiiat r.;sx.st- '-as on record That is -w-hat we ur-
ed b-twK the North a-:
for the pa.-t fifty years.
The Clyi! War was '
cause the Southern w !
keej the gro'in a statt '
and servti id ; Tft had :r
he South do hg. and any voter who wishes
fows ny uv to us route s. anu pe; t ;ns;
ynn know -peopl will.rtia w .en th':-
see yntj coming. Yo-i-rnn worry your
kno-R how his own Representative aiui srf into a fr ny over.. EMrppe
try he. ehn set-rfre ami ' they can be j
(had fo p very . reasonable price con-1
sidertBg. the :pifOirtt: over th common'
) run of chickens. .
j Yon hiive; often hep rd - people rp- i
imark Cant . brossured - or mongrel
AT BANGS OIL WELL
.. t Se- u;s Matf'? Senators tand is wlcoiit
..:.ted to know upon teHing us in. what Corf
gn nnee gr8sional district' he lives.
sti hir -"Not aij.Uhe logislators are replvin!:
mony in their slaves and objec ted to. oar tiiuVris. but mp5f of thm ar'
to having -l.eir ('roj-ert r.tA.;i ! v ay Some -sai. to iprefe-r to. keep und?-
Ji- Pr-sj- cver. SiWl others r-ply vaguely whi f
. roda? 'stirTOOrw hftvp fak-n a" definite st 'n.!
ne or ifo- and .do; . not hesitate .tate it.
i -ay tliai shklt Jam "regard the '-S'lviss .as- ion-
gnnranc? ple$ audi .every man's attitude i.s d .-f;
Washiniftou. and- depend oft the pro
tection Of. distance to' keeji yorjf trou-
ble within the safe bounds of :Rr'e
iuental a'ctiylty.flenton Record and
JUi-onicle. " - . . .
T!i iiK5t went vis;' hlcj'i the .o-
rfspondent paid. to. one of-. these vil-
las was to that 'occupied by Crown
Prince Rupprecht. Crmnian'der:in-
. . . . " imrn. Lsu croseureu ' or .titonctt . t.it.. tu nu-i-
x-hief of avaran armv ot-(..: " ; r. . " "' 11 ' !!"" i un this
v ". 'i' fnc iviia lonifttiA.' m.j t. n..
coirrti " . e ;atternoon from his oil ar eas or salt
withstanding that the Bavarian court1-
laVefS. ilHIIl IttfHl
fa yui- in. in-- uium i.ereiiiuiij.o.us in (ir Ian? ilmtV
Knrope' the Crown . Prince vv as fauhtf j Z. 'J rZ' ZY V. sm w . s lo weet'aTr tu r r:fer
.nTr?r u-.i'uinm jjuuurj wan his associates as to th" next tep
if ' im. w.Hi question ; njght will go to Sweetwater t. enfe
from then. ;y ;.n -dist of
-dent Not a i:.ie m the S
"wil! advocate sjacry and r
vet rans of the rivil VYa;
the r.-gro sLo.iid Lv kej.r u
DRINK MORE ITER
IF KIDNEYS BOTHER
Hal .Meat anil Take iilt
. BacKache or IMadder
Trie ucil in meat excitr the kid
or r turned o ;p fra:er at -i r- citPly .Tm'on' or ft is hnrlv e-tj.l-vitud.
;!!b& ;that h' fch'M 'has- no at tit pfl
Th Soar th3 r.at .r.-.l h-n- of or is trtnhied to con-' t I it "
the negro. Cneducatd ht-.-I mtrain'- ; ".ReirSHBXaihI .Hr nr-' T. R '!. f
ed. Th vast cesro Hp;. !..tjo:. j th( IvUnois. -'ap-e ' of the promjtMt to r nly.
Bouth would become a Thenar grat- ls" strongly asainst mote afo'in-ent
er than iiV militarism of Kurope is to now. aTkO against West Point -Mid An
the smalj states of the o;i World; na..ohs m-n in Congrpss. rih-l -for cov-
ducated treated fairly yet not a ' i-m nt control of the nrn' ufaetirre of r'."v.' : they hecQiu' ovvt worked; get
eq;ia s of tfc a hit race. . Sr jthr-rn war munitions. He says: . . sluggish ache and feel like lumps oi
negro :"s feady to take hs place in 1 a:n not in favor of im-rr-asmg out: i.ead.;. The urine becomes c-oudy; tne
the every flay life of the South with- nulitary or naval- establishments it?-' W.ndder -is irtitn'ted and .you. may b
out friction of any kind with the su- r now or at any time. Our. dread' -obliged td.aflek. .r-U-t two or hre
perior race. The Southern i.egro does naucht fleet is la rg. enough. We mjy. dpla djtring. the night. Whe'ii . tne
not -onsidtr hiiiislr tJi? .'j.;a! rf the need however; two or t lire- fast battie ;Wdne5s cloit-ymr must -Jielj) them fl isli
white and dor-s not aspir Ut such rruistrs in order to preserve pr-nee in off ihe ljpdy'e urinous waste or you'll
eouaiity. 'A negro writing ler.ntly in our inlands and assist os in enforcing -be'-a4jil ffpk' persoii s-hor.tly. At first
tbe Bulletin Siiid that "V d not hold "he .Monroe Doctrine. Y o not ne-d: yon.'f.eel ;n: "(Jujl- misery "in the kidt'
ourselves th quals rf :he wliites. tiat bodies of men trained' uj arm . iiiO '6tr differ Tro.m backache si -K
ar worthy O"-- standinfE arm is n..e nong. A -headaCfte..- - dizziness stomaclt gets
in-r . tid re - v !e(ades.aeo ft was necessary for .our; coated atu you l;e; rl n-
ni;ro writ- Iits jo be expert swo- l-.'ne. etc.. CHc ; .ttiiges w'he'n the weather is
' r iiat Tndrn wtar is nowT ea-'rie'd wit ' . -' . - -
:r rare S1f.n tachlnes;-a.nd with the oih isin;r f r e Kat les3 m'att dftnk lots of water;
I' Bronn- far.apart. ' Thvv.r ina iiir-ai' not lso get frjtm any- pharmac ist four
nt w at 'Pjc4te"iind V quick lv m. 'mnces of .lad Saltf; take a tahlespocui-
: South- .S?vutjr thouaad t'alfieil. men i j fnl. in a g'nss of water before break
. - ' unit . ummx-ntvB' ner cent or tnum .i:it.
-the corresj.cndem to dine - ... -" U"IW11K-
with him. He talks lUsh . fluently.: f "iS. S'f PW ' fe
wit l.ardly a of ! l .. Sti'"d'
."- .''- nc- . uuiu i-u inuiiui-e r -.11 i r:.. .1 1 ..1
7 .... . . u-i-v ui me uaj s uaru
nsf experinM'iit hero. a pnuw-
rud bri-ti .Xldf-b5 of heiis.. has defeated a
U .. .n.;.i.i;i rfti.t.' -J' t- '
.V".'" ."-1 .iui. ftv-rnHi 01 one
veaf. ; r. ftaveviTJed.. them and know
whereof I speak " -' '
MCT-ent. and h1 spoke- fr.e lv -of
of w:;at th
A '3h' sif.iatioa.
1 --.Kr. "":'- : woik. uirougn a tonnation of silica al
most as hard as d'uriionds This hard
t o. k .vas found at a depth of l.:J5
leer and beforf spending more time
hammering on the bottom of the hole
. .My. fifty hens ..represented- roiirj he-wants to confer wiU Sweetwater
varieties .of puria tred poultry as. fol- associates.
lows: . Six iMirPQii-'-Plymouth - Rocks J "As far as 1 am concerned" said
twenty-two w'hite Pfe'mouth . Rocks. J. Mr. Pippin this afternoon. "I want to
. chiht S. C-Black .Miho'rcas and eigh- drill right on dow:n until 1 get oil or
teen- S. C. white leghorns. They werelgo to China; but the other fellows
all keilt ill hrfwvrlm e npnu fnr flira m'nv nnf coo if thit it- Tim oomn.
-nr. Ml tain recounted .to thr -great . t . " .
- . . . .. L montlH. except the white leghorns. I kind of formation as I have found in
amusement of .the. Crown Princ. .tlit .t. -' ... It.. .
' r - . - --i0'- bad free range ot eighty acres. this weW is found as the cap rock to
adventure of a Bavarian .soldier: Dm- t' .. . ' .
. i ' There was very little difference in! the hma oil fields of Pennsvivam'a
frig the. niaht the trench occupied by - .ft.... .
. . . .. ' their egg records for the full twelve and if we don t co throuch I'll alwavs
brine '. '
Another .of fin ciH:fcts .at h'Rdpta.-
terk was Prof ntto r. T. Kiliani.. of
For New York. whor for Several jrars
;-v.as professor of clinicat surgery at
.. Colnpibta Cniverfeity 'and who ha
charge of the Herman Fieid Itospital
at Cambrai -
but we do ti air.tajn that
of education both in se
lig.r is inalt-!s." Auoth
ing .-n the P.'.IMin. d
"there .n no frk-nds of
as v; ;t.. fri-n'
viol1." aU'.' oi;ar s-t.
( v .-.I d . nei-roes in
this soldier was evaluated for 'some
reason but he f.ist asleep intone of
the bombproof dugouts was overlook
ed. He aw'oke in the morning o find
himself alone and . six Englishmen
approaching -the trench. Dr. KiHani-.
himself a born .Munich m:rn. related
the soldier's account In the broadest
"1 nude up my mind right off that
the only thing possible was a s-'trOn-counier-offcnsive."
-said the sendier.
He carried out tl is "co mtev-offeh-sive.'-
to such tfo'orf purpose- t .in t he
kilb '1 two "f tbe Krrglish ;;tro. ap-
ttif.ejtl iw" and fixyi h v.'-.e. . to
'months. but the white rocks proved believe we should have done so."
The t '
to be the best winter layers
Mfnorcas lay the largest
are a large hustling fowl.
eggs and j When a girl yawns it is. the curfew-
weighing for the Young man in the case.
i You Can Hear AH the Grand Onera Singers i
Played at the Hall Music Co.
". Reedier Fauirjie .lkc.
ern eomiimn;ty Th- rh-uie that tbe of-wiccr and 4qeiipwt for an h'-k-v .'"t tor-a. ff.w days and jour kidney-
nep'-o prta r-i- of th S.':th ;: infer- o. t-Ht0W trained ma' j r.ll we ne ' l. . ' H.l tb?tv ar-t; fine. This famous salt-;
'or s falsi In ott. ts o t f e m- W. iio'ave "q!!5pn"-nt..'f'.'r nn ar'tiy if-.tnnU- f'roirt the a'-J tf craves . r!
pro. of i.'.: tovn-A'-id are v.wn bet- ff. 7.o.flfl9'. men. - lemon juic-e(.nm;n d wjth litii.'a. an i
1 - t 1 '-. -;35i . l.iu. .""If it wfere. po-j!e" to k- p erad--- b-."- n ti used for generation1 to r h sot
'Oi-.-tent Tarh- their ate of .ourXava.! Academ and of our -J .'gcd. i.idncys .and. stimulate tliem . NVlicif a man laughs at is more -tb;:n
cmn rv.c-' Ur j rovid-d. a d . :..d good .Military Academy . out of Con ess" we. : th ilrinaV.flc.tjvlty.. also to neirtrali.e: ihtereivt'n'i to bis comrade!-; it is an
ja!. 'i' s for i-:eir work; y iiae a w:rld take a kng stei ij. advance l the jy.idfi to tirfne. 'o it no hj'gir N index m character. The story
o':.'ot?abi- tuulding. an 1 n ad iition tle im'rnHint manufacture! its Houfce of iniJati " ibsa rt' iing bl: '- .vliic'j Henry Ward Beepher tbe
to h( ing th'-ght the -ario is branches munitions of war and the busiuos-- d- r weakness. - li artiest l.iughter ;;s he toitt Dr.
of -';iar know -dge. th- oy- and in.-.nufa'ttiririsf war tnatr.jal -'"'l'd ' fad Salts is 'u- pensive eanrtot :n Rii'-sill H-. Con well who was then a
girls of tfe- Prownwood pchoot are tfikr-n away from private je rsqn and jprej . USakcs" a 'de-light - effervescent reporter for Horace (freely' was' as-
given man .n -"a'nhig and domestic- cortiorationB. it would he a long irtep iit'da.water . drink whb-h rveryon follows: A mm called upon a
fiiK tf) liran-!: wai-h hive the direction of peace. . 'wufd take now and. then to keep the neighbor to go and help a frb nd who
1t u discolt:nn' d in th High School I 'odm ys clean and active. Druggists had been arrested nuden-tbe influence
.'hat is i.na drti- :ti P.r-i-Aiwood ' DELAYED .1CSTICE. hen- say' they sell lots of Jad Salts to of liquor and locked ui. "Please go.
is b :ng done thro.;-out the South.
We Give Below Some of the Pieces Rendered by the Great
Artists Which We Have in Stock:
Men tief Yioliu so'o "
Pie Be.- and .Minuet Walt7.
Vajse d'oisfau (Birds of the. Forest)
A tbe Prfaok Violin
From the- land of the sky blue water
T ike; oil take those lips away ......
WitUin the garde.n "of my heart....;
Drink t i' me pnly thine eyes ..
Comin Thro. The Rye.: -.
I.rtf '.: l.ove iong
r-opl of th Xorth know these
thir.c- and thv aporerfete b fact
f'.it d H'ite the pn-;' flitf;c-'!T;-s n-
The Denison Herald comment.; on folks who believe in overcoming -kid- arid bail him. Out." was the gist of the
the delay of Uie courts as follows:
The Becker case "ihe Thaw tas'
tbe Frank case the Hauv Sehmid
ney trouble-while It is only trouble.- . a'ppeftl. - 'This seems to be a case of
Adv. 'pnmping out." was the neighbor's
j answer.- Ex.
!t i eusT'-r r ir some men to stand'. . -
a. rigiit than it is for them to act that " A fatal flirtation is on" C..;.' . :1i
3y way that it can be met with success; In each and every instance the death way. at the marriage altar.
y- For yell alone"
X Ob for tbe Wings of a Dove
By Maud Powell
IU .Hand Powell
Hj Blanclie A mil in French
H) Maud I'owrf
. . .By Atom (iut-k. in English
. Hy .lohii McCoriHiiek. In EmrlNli
By John. McCorniat'k In English
. By Vlmii (.luck. In English
By t-ulp. in English
By Ceraldine Farror in English
... . By Louise Homer in Kmrlish
. By Schumann Heink in EnirlNh
. By (.'emldlne Forror in English
countered the people of the South are ease aM belonging to the dim and dis-
Tiandling th ngro ;rob1 n in t'-e on-"fan.t past are yet alive 5h th" courts
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