The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, February 16, 1910, Image 2
TttK C1TIZKK, WKDNHSDAV, Pfflf. 10, 1010, S SUICIDE IS OFTEN JUSTIFIABLE Dr. Spitzkn Adds That Physi cians Arc Sometimes Pardon able for Killing ASSERTION CAUSES SENSATION Children Born of Fathers More than Fifty Years Old are Most Moral. So the Well Known Brain Specialist, Tells Episcopal Ministers. Philadelphia. Dr. Edward A. Splti ka, the noted brain specialist ot the Jefferson Medical College, declared at Uhan ns an example of the difference CMD ANIMALS STILL EAT Despite Wall at High Prices by Zo loglcnl Curator in New York's Bronx Park. New York, N, Y. According to Di rector Ilornadav of the Zooloelcal Gardens In Bronx Park, It costs more to feed a Hon now than at any time In the history of the pardons. It Is equally true of nearly all the hoof stock besides, for though hay and grains have not been so high this year as last, the trond of prices has been upward and not down for three ur Jour years. Of the clghty-two vari eties of food used, the creator propor tion show an Increase In cost. For the eleven months ended on January 10, If 10, the total food expenditure for all mammals, birds nnd reptiles, amounted to $26,300.23. The entire roHeotlon now Includes 5.528 llvlni things. More as an Indication ot the cirowth since Its Inception, in 1809, I a meeting of the Protestant Episcopal Clerical Flrothcrhood that "murder and suicide were at tlmss Justifiable." His assertion, which caused a sen sation, was made In reply to questions in cost of food will It be of interest to give the first yer.r's food expenditure. In 1890 It wn3 only $1,845. But, ns Director Hornaday says, a Hon and a bear cat Just ns much when RAILROAD' WITHOUT A tST. Owned by Kansas Farmers and' tid to Be Unlqutf IrTthc United CtatM, The only independent rnltroid Itf the United States that Is abtolu'.ely free from bonds or any kind nf debt Is n tine ten miles It Ivujrth In Barber County, Kansas, A score or more of wealthy wheat farmers living near tire villa? of Hardtner, ten miles west of Kiowa, raised the money with wlrfch to crude and equip this railroad. It cost them $100,000 and Its trains are now haul lnp their wheat to market. The rail road has not been named. It fs sim ply known as the farmers' road. Hnrdtner Isn't on the map pf Kan sas yet, but It is calling for a bank nnd the State Bank Commissioner has despatched ft deputy to the town to Investigate. The formers who put up $100,000 to build a railroad say they are ready to establish a bank with a capital of $25,000. Hardtner Is two miles from the Oklahoma line. Roundabout nrc tho greatest wheat fields of the West and a railroad to haul the wheat to mnrket was a necessity. put by a clerffyman after listening to j prices nrr high ns when low. So an address by Dr. SpiUka. "There are times when murder and even suicide appeals to a normal mind as justifiable, breaking no law and pcrhnps as the only human way out of a. horrible situation." said Dr. Spitr.-ka. docs n hoppopotnmus, but the latter. in proportion, does not cost as much as n Hon or tiger, because the former enn be Induced to eat most anything, while the carnivorous animals stick to a meat diet principally. The Issue of the supplies from the "Take for instance, a soldier who i park steward, or "cook," ns he is cau ls to be hanged as a spy or mutilated I ed. for the lion house In ono day show by a barbarous foe. He knows there ,-d a total of 150 pounds of meat. This is no escape, and armed with a weap- commodity, according to Mr. Horna on, kills himsolf. I think tnis caso Is j day. has taken another stride upward Justifiable suicide. j In price in the last two weeks. Of "Now, in answer to the other ques- 1 course, the munnor of buying menu Uon, is tho taking or ending of a hu man life ever Justified? Aside from legal homicide, such as an electrocu tion, the physician Is sometimes con fronted with the problem of saving a human being unmentionable tortura by giving a grain of morphia. Take a railroad accident: The physician Is face to face with a human being pen ned under a train and suffering agony. One grain of morphia will end It all. It is not uncommon for a physician to have to face this situation, and I will say that under some circumstances he which is purchased by the ton. keeps it lower than otherwise, but even at that it costs two cents more a pound now than it used to. The lion house takes in, besides the lions, tigers, pumas, leopards and Jaguars, the greatest meat eating animals In the park. A normal day. though, sees the consumption by all meat eating ani- I mals of 387 pounds. ! The eighty-two varieties of food on the menu include everything from puffed rice to horsoflesh. The mon- I keys like eggs nnd condensed milk, The Chemistry of Hell. It has been pointed out In more than one scientific organ during the comparatively few years that have elapsed since the discovery of tho radio-active elements how readily the new knowledgo lends Itself to the be lief in an eternal hell of fire nnd brim stone. To the lay mind, as a Paris paper points out, hell Is suppored to be a scientific Impossibility, whereas, it has been made, on the contrary a physical nnd chemical fact. The phy sics nnd the chemistry of hell must not be taken to deaoistraie the hssbt tablllty of hell by the souls of the damned. The souls of the damned may not be there, but the plnce exists precisely where the scholastic theo logy places It namely, In the center of the earth. In considering a proposi tion, or rather n hypothesis, that hell exists, the scientist will differentiate between the place, the ruler or the place, and the subjects under his sway. In this order of ideas science has to do only with the place, leaving the devil and the damned out of nc count altogether. Current literature. lc instiflori in iisinr- hi, inri.-m.nt nri i UK well ns annlrs and bananas. In giving relief in the semblance of one day the "cook" Issued twelve- ap death to the sufferer." Pies, eighty-five bananas, eight loaves Dr. Spittles was asked what ha i of bread, four cans of milk and thirty thought of phrenology. He replied ! two eggs to the primates. Is there that the "so-cnlled science" was in cr- any wonder why the enthusiastic ror. He denied the theory of criminal I youngsters w ho want to feed peanuts brains. indiscriminately each Sunday are for- "Examination of brains bT the Lorn- 1 bidden to do so? liroso School shows that great crimi nals had finely developed brains, whllo In many cases the so-called criminal brain has been found after death In people whose lives were moral and lovable." Another statement of the physician that fathers over fifty years old pro duce most moral and religious chil dren caused the clergymen to gasp. "Children of fathers under thirty years old are usually egotists, military nnd aggressive," he said. "Those born of fathers between forty and fifty years are' philosophers and thinkers; but the finest moralists, religious teachers and philanthropists, such as T-.n-ii'imln Prunlrlln n',r hnrn flr their fathers had reached the age of ! OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC fifty years." 1 It Is when the elephant house Is i reached thnt the daily stipend, especi ! ally in vegetables, reaches a highwa ter mark. This house takes in the '"rhinos" and hippi. and the tapirs, be- sides the three elephants. The "cook" ' had to issue eighteen loaves of broad, i sixteen quarts of carrots, a do?en I heads of cabbage, many quarts of po , tatoes and a goodly portion of fruit on a normal day recently. That was "toppod off" -with clover hay. One j water soaked loaf of bread for a hlp- popotarnus with a dozen-loaf capacity j wouldn't be any more reasonable than ; one frog for a snake with a thirty-frog i capacity. HANGMAN "CHIEF EXECUTIVE." Yould-Be Officeholders Give Answers Almost as Queer. Trenton, N. J. In the recent x nmlnatlons for positions In the public service some queer answers wero made to questions. A few of the gems were : Q. Give a sketch of one of Shake speare's female characters. A. Juliet is a very sweet girlish character. She ruined her life by dashing Into love too hastily. Q, Who was the Maid of Orleans? A. Tho Maid of Orleans was a young lady who dressed as a man and rode horseback leading an army. Q. Name Borne of the greatest Gen erals of the civil war? A. George Washington. Q, Name one of the chief causes of tho war with Spain? A. The war with Spain was on account of an island. Q. State briefly the cause of the Revolutionary War? A. The cause of the Revolutionary War was England Inculted our American flats. Q. Name some of the characteris tics of the Japanese? A. They have long nails and ynller skin. Q, Name tho Chief Executive of Jersey City? A. Mr. Van Hise. (Van Hise formerly was hangman.) Here's a Woman's Menu for a Meatless Meal. Washington. At a meeting of o the Woman's Auxiliary of the g the National Anti-Trust Food Q league here to-dny, Mrs. John g B. Henderson, who presided, o gave the following menu for a Q meatless lunch: CJ A slice of corn bread, a baked Q notato and an apple. Q Q "And the sooner the nation Q 0 finds this Is an Ideal meal the O g better it will be." q OCCOCCOCXXCCOOCOOOCCCCCO A "BELLAMY" DANCE. Kltto's Triumphant Will. Kitto the master of oriental learn ing, lost his henrfng nt 12, and his father's circumstances bccnm so wretched that young Kitto was sent to the poorhouse where he learned shoemaking. Hp ptteously begsed his father to take- him out of the poorhouse, sayirur that he would live on blackberries and field turnips and be willing to sleep on a hayrick. What obstacles could dampen tho enthusi asm of such ardor! What Impossi bilities could withstand such a reto- lnte.will! PRESERVING FOOD Much lo 6 Is ft of Meats' Cured by Salt and Smoke. For soma time past the pubfUs tnsta has bean gradually growing in favor of mild-cured articles, with the result (Sat at th prosent moment strong, taltitd or smoked foods are not In cvi dece as they used" to be, nnd arc rn re ly called for. Th ham and the bacon) must Be mild cured, and even butter" must fee fresh and absolutely without a salt flavor. This preference for &e so-called mtld-curcd article has' nndoubtcdly furnlshod an excuse on tho port of the cntercrs for the use of stronger anti septics, salt and smoke, and antisep tics which are, compartlvely speak ing, tasteless, or, at any rnto, which add no special flnvor to the food. Tho old-fashioned antiseptics--salt and smoke are thus sharply distinguish ed from modern antiseptics, Inasmuch as the former not only preserved food, but also served an condiments. In the case, however, of certain preserved foods, although the salt may be left out, the smoke must be retained, ns otherwise the food loses its Individu ality. The kipper, for example. Is in separable from tho smoky flavor, as 1st nlso dried haddock or dried salmon. We have heard that a ''smoke es sence" Is employed to impart the kind of pnlatabllity associated with properly smoked food, but such prac tice, coupled with the use of antisep tics, would really account for the re grettable fact that cured articles ot diet are not now up to their former standard. Assuming that the mild-cured arti cle nnd ns a particular example we choose butter, because it is an in dispensable article of the dlotary Is free from objectlonnble antiseptics, it Is still left more helpless against the attacks of micro-organisms than were the old-fashioned cured foodstuffs. Experiments have, in fact, shown that the addition of salt to butter Is n factor of great Importance from tho point of view of germs. In unsalted butter the growth of micro-organisms Is more vigorous and continues for a longer time than is the caso with salt ed butter. Mycelial fungi, if present, disappear entirely after a while In salted butter, while in fresh or un salted butter they multiply rapidly. Tho quality of butter appears to be improved by a small percentage of salt (say 2.5): It encourages the de- elopment of flavor, which makes but ter an attractive article of food, and acts as a safeguard. Altogether there would appear to be ertain valid reasons for thinking that tho public preference for the mild- urcd article may be an error of Judg ment, and there certainly Is much to e said in favor of the old policy of reserving foodB by salt and smoke. 'he Lancet. A Roman Matron's Epltagh. "Strrnrer, what 1 have to say Is quickly !ld; stop and read It to the end. Here is the unbenutlful tomb of a beauful woman. Claudia was the name her parents gave her. Her hus band she loTed with her whole heart. Two 6ons she bore: of them the ono she leaves on earth, the other she buried beneath the sod. Charming In discourse, gentle In meln, she kept the house, she made the wool, I have finished. Go thy way." From "So ciety and. Politics, in Ancient Rome." Knew of One. "Suggestion? H'mphr Did you ver hear of a real euro effected by 'suggestion?'" "I personally know of one. I once suggested to a young fellow that If he didnt want to have a big dog chasing him off tho premises he'd batter quit coming to my house, and it cured him of the habit." Diplomatic Lions. Lions are said to walk nbout the palace of Emperor Menelik or Abys sinia and Injure no one, and nre docile at the least sign from their master. A Russian visitor demanded of Mene lik how It was that his gentle pets re spected such and such a visitor. "They have scent," replied the emperor, "and know the smell of nn ambassador. They know they must not cause trou ble betweon me and tho foreign pow- They are diplomatic Hons." The queen added, rney once uevoureu before me an Italian consul. It was afterward found that ho had not his letters of credence. He was not In order and I excused the Hons." "SOIL 3TUDY IS CULTURE" Vacsar Graduate Urges a Knowledge of Scientfic Farming. St. Louis. Miss Elizabeth Mooro, Vassar Graduate, daughter of Mrs. Philip N. Moore, national presldont of the Federation of Women's Clubs, who recently enrolled as a student In the agricultural department of the Univer sity of Missouri, declared that every man and woman who would be consid ered cultured nowadays must have a knowledge of scientific farming. "Agriculture," she says, "Is an Intri cate science. All problems must revert to the soil, for from the soil arises our complex civilization." Everything Was Literally Backward at Odd Affair. Plttsbure. A "Bellamy" dance, riven at the Bellefleld Club, was at tended by several hundred fashionable young people. Everything was literal ly backward. The dancing began with tho home waltz and ended with tho grand march. The room was arranged with largo mirrors, and on tho back of each person attending was a tag writ ten backward, giving the name of his or her partner for dlnnor. Tho dining room wns arranged so that tho supper was served on chairs, while guests sat on the tables. Tho menu wns printed backward, nnd began with coP fee and ended with soup. The waiters wore their coats buttoned up the back. They wore false faces on tho backs of their heads and served the courses walking backward. Cathedrals of Uganda. There are three Cathedrals at Men go, Uganda, all on neighboring hills. The Mengo rathedral of St. Paul, Church of England, has a congregation of 3,000. The other cathedrals nre Roman Catholic, one English, the other German, both largo buildings. CHILD'S HAIR TURNING GRAY. Said to Have Been Caused by Fright at Fall in Hayloft. ! Atchison, Kan Fred, Jonos. a sev-en-vear-old child, with hair as gray as that of an old man, Is attracting the nttontlon of physicians. Recently I while playing In a hayloft ho fell thlr I ty feet. Ho was not seriously Injured, I hut the fright so acted upon his nerv. ous system thnt his hair began to turn ! white. Lightning Brought Fortune. Dalhart, Tex. Mrs. Josle Pettis de clared that a bolt of lightning struck the ground on the mountainside near her farmhouse recently and tapped a spring of crude oil, which is now pro ducing 200 barrels dally. The land before tho uncovering of the Bprlng, bad barely yielded, enough to support her. She Smoked Cigarettes 106 Years. Patagonia, Ariz. Mrs. Juana Cor ona reported to be the oldest person In Arizona. Is dead here. She was 116 years old. Her youngest surviving child Is 60 years old. Mrs. Corona was born In Sonora, Mex., In 1794, She had been married three times. From her tenth birthday until her death she was a constant user of cigarettes. History of Tuberculosis. George Frederick Laldlaw of Now York says that we have passed from tho stage In which we tried to kill tho tubercle bacillus Into ono in which wo try to help the Individual, through his power of resistance, to kill It. This he calls Hallsm. Medical Record. Rich Picking for Lawyers. Aftor costs and other expenses had been deducted from a legacy of $45, 000 to the city of Lucerne, In conse- quenco of the will being disputed, only $4,000 wns left when the legacy was finally received by tho council. A Remarkable Woman. A New York husband Is suing his wife for divorce on tho ground that she takes his money and keeps It. If sho keeps tt she must be a very re markable woman. Providence Tri- bune. Novel Institute for Brazil. Rio de Janeiro Is to havo a govern ment zootcchnlcal and agronomical In stltute dedicated to the study of stock raising and agricultural experiments, His Query, A foreigner, watching a young kit ten playing with Its mother, asked of his friend: "Vat you ze cat call ven he Is a little pup?" Personal Note. The Janitor, If not in the public .ye these days, Is very much In the publl mouth. Reverse Order of Things. Press materials are sold by weight In Japan. Tft Hidden Corner". Let ihystary have lf plne fri'ymi; do not ba always turning up your hola sod with the plowslif a of self- lamination, but leave a fltlle fallow ornar In' your heart ready for mv seed that tu" winds may brlnf id raserva a nook of shadow for Inc 1 vts Ing bird; keep a' ptacp In your ft trt for the unexpected guest, an alix 'or the unknown God. Then If s 'd sings among your branches, do ni ' .jc too eager to tame ft. If you are -m-scions of soiuethlrfir new thourt w feeling wnkcnlng lb the depth of your bring, do not B In n hur-y c 7et the light In upon' ft, to look at lot thv springtime germ hnve the tectfou of being forgotten, bed 't round with quiet, and' o not br-nk In wpon Its clnrkness', let It 'te shape and grow, nnd not a wort or your happiness to any one7 Sacred work of nnture as It Is, all eon.-.p-tlon should be cnwrnppcd'by the tr'ple veil of modesty, silence nnd night. Amlol. TWBNTIKTJl ANNUAL STATKNfTCNT or THE Wayne Co. Farmers' MutuaF Fire Insurance Company or WAYNE COUNTY. PA, Net srnoattl lnsurnticc In force Deo. 31. im $ 3XA.M i Amount cspremlmii notes In force IXc.31.iaM.. 1M.1C3W UHCKIl'TS CnMiln ImllttJhn. 1, lUO...$l.f?CI is Heed on nsc.i;mciits tin premium nrlcs 0,20(5 m fli-cd on nml cations 470 07 Borrowed moity 2.loH : Interest from riuvlnu-s Hank lui) 71 Case of Chew. "Whoh's dct ornery bull p'ip yo' owned, MIstah Simpson?" asked the neighbor with the bucket and whitewash brush. "Huh!" grunted MIstah Simpson. "Dat dnwg- got so vlvclous Ah traded him off fob a plug ob tobacco." "Gosh, dnt was a queer trade, wasn't et, MIstah Simpson?" "Not et nil snh. Ah knew if h Jtept det dnwp he'd chew me, so Ah thought Ah'd trade htm oft foh a pl'ig ob tobacco en do sum chowlng mah self." ' JEWELRY SILVERWARE WATCHES NEW OATH IN ENGLAND. Kissing tha Book to Become a Thing of the Past. If the oaths bill Is passed "kissing the Book," the present Insanitary and undignified form of oath taking, will practically become a thing of the past in England. Every witness will be sworn with his hand uplifted, unless he voluntarily objects to being sworn in that fashion or is physically incapa ble of so taking the oath. The witnesses who will avail themselves of their option to "kiss the Book" will bo even less numerous than thoes who havo been accustomed to exercise their right to be sworn with uplifted hand. Tho right has not been exorcised, our contemporary- adds, because tho majority of wit nesses, however, great their disliko to tho insanitary oath, have been unwill ing to make themselves conspicuous in n court of Justice by making an un usual request. With the nbolltlon of "kissing the Book" In England tho Insanitary oath will nrnctlcally disappear from the civilized world. As to the Kindergarten. A writer In a current magazine thinks that tho kindergarten child lacks the power of concentration Tho effort ts to make- It learn things easily, nnd as an education cannot bo acquired that way, she thinks tho kindergarten unnecessary for children whose home surroundings are what they should bo. For othor children she can see how tho school would awaken dormant faculties that their lack of propor environment would not otherwise dovolop. A Mlsosurl Epitaph. A North Missouri editor says he saw this on a moss-grown tombstone "Here lies our wife, Samantha Proc tor, who ketchod a cold and wouldn doctor. She could not stay, she bad to go; praise God from whom all blessings flow," Kansas City Star. How to Lose 8ome Fun. "The girl who marries tho first fel low she falls In love with," repllod the observer of events and things "misses u whole lot of fun." MARTIN CAUFIELD 1 1 Designer and Man- ufacturer of 8 ARTISTIC j MEMORIALS a Office and Works i 1036 MAIN ST. HONESMLE, PA. 8 KXPKNMTUKKS. PId for the folfrtwlnif losses : ('lurk DuMnml.hoUHC and content burned t Artluir Akcrs, homo ilnnir by fire .1. W. U'lilttnorelioiisoclmirby Hire M rs. & Tyler, hous. clothing iltuu' Karl Itnrkwcll.houiicHioIri furniture nnd wmirliiL' appnrtl dntnagtil . Clirlstlim Hchradcr.lmuse and con tents burned Mrs. Allcellamin. house and smu ttier kltclK-n burned A. II. Oowii.hoti'edntnaced by fire .Mrs. L, II, Price V. I,. Hartford, bnscraent bnm burned Tlico. A. llrook", house tied by Ilrir ( lirls. Kppley.Jr.. e " Martin Mlholt U.S. Wtiltmori-. barn W. If. Mclntrre, liotuc and con tents burned J. T. O'Neill, Innt damngett by flrr C'lins. nnd KlnV Duvls. house nnd contents burned AlvleT. ItruiiMm. bouse nnd con tents burned 11. K. llnllou. barntlinffd.llentiilnz J. J. Tliomii". bnrn and contents burnt, llehtnlii!! , . It. A. Walker, houredatned by fire Allen Tresliir, bam. outtJUlldltiE.s and contents burned JntnesK. McDonald, bousennd con tents burned..... Augustus LIntner, bant, shed and contents burned Charles -M .and Ursula Clauson bnrn and outhouses bunted Paul Prcbor, ltotfe burned ..... .MIlo J. Marks, household cood etc.. burned Telephone Stationery Kent Postage Printing Calendars Incidentals Salaries and commissions Horrowed money and interest. Kef u ltd Citsb in treasurer's hands. ASSKTS. 15,513 H 4M OH 6 00 i OS 3 00 M (13 M COO 0 4 OS ?M 340 00 10 00 8 0 20 00 3 W 400 00 7 IS m o coo o lo oo 400 oe 1 00 WO M M OO UA CO 700 W 3U0 04 if, SO ID sr. S M 78 l 128 US 41 W 0 3 (2 .5t4 OfJ J.WOO 4 M 3,444 b 16.918 11 Cash In treasury t 5.444 P0 Cash In hands of agents.. 17(9 Assessments In course col 174 KJ Safe 111 00 Premium notes In force. .lM.KIf- W- IO.309 nt of New Late Novelties 1N- LIAIilLITIES LIabllltle Assets In excess of liabilities . f20 02 $ 15X.CW 3 H.C.JACKSON President, Perry A. Clark. Secretary.- SB j A. O BLAKE, I AUCTIOEER & CATTLE DEALERS 9 YouwHl make money H IJbkllpho.vko-u Bethany, Pa. Tryv SPENCER, The Jeweler "Guaranteed articles only sold.' VIOT1CE O ADMINISTRATION", iN ESTATE OF JAMES NEVILLE late of SterUms.ra. All persons Indebted to said estate nre noti fied to make Immediate payment to the un dersigned : and those having claims against the said estate are notltled to present them duly attested, for settlement. J. K. C'KOSS. Sterling, Jan. 10. 1910. Administrator ileIbIuman EVERYTHING IN LIVERY Buss for Every Train and Town Calls. Horses always for sale Boarding and Accomodations for Farmers Prompt and polite- attention at all times. ALIjEN HOUSE BARN D. & . CO. TinE TABLE HONESDALE BRANCH A.M. A.M A.M. A.M. I'.M.I SUN SUN 8 30 10 00 4 SO It OO 10 00 6 03 10 00 z 15 TiW 8 .TO 213 I L"0 7 25 4 40 1 20 7 10 i OS H 15 5 30, 2 S 7 55 P.M. A.M P.M. P.M. A.M. 8 40 9 05 m.:; Ii 20 2 05 45 5 CO 11 15 ti 30 2 15 ! 55 6 61 10 li 1 2 It' K 5 li u 9 n 02. 2 37 a is It 17 U 42 li fihi 2 43 0 24 lia 9 4 7 04 1 2 4!t H 2!P li 2li !1 51 . "K 2 52 S 32 C32 9 67 TC 2 57 S 37 li 35 10 00 7 W 2 69 39 li 39 10 01 7 20 3 0! 43 II 43 10 On 7 21 3 07 V 47 li 4(i 10 11 7 27 3 10 S 60 1)00 10 15 731 3 15 9 65 p.m. a.m. :::::: pTm". p.m. a.m. ... Albany .... ningtmniton .. Philadelphia. ..Wllkes-Iinrrc. Scianton.... I.v Ar .Cnrbondalo ...Lincoln Avenue.. .... witltes Parvfew Canaan . I-sko 1-odorc ... . . Wnymart... . . ... Keene Rteetio . .. I'rompton . .. Kurtenla ...Scelyvllle. ..lloitesdale ... Ar P.M. A.M.. . 2 00 10 61V ! . . . 12 40 8 43 3 53 7 31 7 32 A .M P:.M-. . 10 'JO 4 05 7 15.... I i37' 3 15 li 20 . A.M. P.M. P.M.I. . K 05 1 35 5 40 ' 7 5t 1 25 5 30 . T 60 121 3 21.. 7 33 1 (1 S OS . . . 7 25 12 5 5 01 . . 7 K 12 51 5 Si 7 17 12 49 4 51, 7 12 12 43 4 4V 7 69 12 40 4 45 . . 7 05 12 XliS 4 41 7 01 12 :t 4 37 1 (i 12 29 4 34 ! li 65 12 25 4 30 P.M. P.M.) P.. A.M. SUN Sl'N 10 50 8 45 ! 7 31 "Tit! 2 25'P M. ' 1 35) 10 03 'PM4Pm" Lv A.M. 12 1' 12 0' 12 01 11 44 H 37 11 3 11 29 11 23 II -M 11 II 11 13 11 09J 11 05 !m 8 2!) K 17 K 13 7 54 7 4T 7 41 7 39 7 32 7 30 7 2li 7 22 7 19 7 13 P M, The Era of New Mixed Paints ! This vo.ir ononj witn a deluco of now mixed paints. A con dition brought about by our enterprising dealers to got soniokind of n mixed paint that would supplant CHILTOiN'S MIXED PAINTS. Their compounds, Doing now anti neavuy auvuiuseu, may find a salo with tho unwary. Mir nvi.vm.jtrtK IK HONKSnAIinniiii -r-t i r siivrn ni I HTr. AIITIlOniZKD TO II ANI) li IS UIHUIUIl W llM-w i ' IsJADWIN'S PHARMACY. nmT.TDTJ P A TNTS let No ono can mix a bettor mixed paint. 2d Tho painters deolaro that it works easily and has won uortui covonng quauues. a. . i 11 1 I n I 1 i. . n4K 11. owu oxpeiiso.ovory surface painted with Chilton Paint that proves defective. . and recommend its heo to ethers.