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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

Ufa for Child Elocutionist. 1 "It U a great comfort to have et-.lld about the house," ald the man of domestic tastes. "Yes," answered the unfeeling wretch; "when company comes that yon don't caro for you can make It recite." Eichange. Python at Domestic Pet. Tn Tavoy tho women mnko a domes tic ret- t,ie python. The huge rep tllo la taken right lntc the bosom of the family, nnd Is kept In an amlnble (runic of mind on meals of rice and 689- Dreary Cutlook for the Man. Only a mnn who has married an In tellectual woman can appreciate the monotony of having brains for break fast 3C5 days In the year. New Or leans Picayune. Gas Light for Country Homes. Small country homes, as well as large ones, may Ve lighted by the lint light known ACETYLENB OAS it is easier on the eyes than any other illurainant, cheaper than kerosene, as convenient as city gas, brighter than electricity and bafer than any. No ill-smelling lamps to clean, and no chimneys or mantels to break. For light cooking it is con...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

Jackson Herald. McrrnuCAN in politics. B. F. LUSK I'VttLISHEH Tnterc t the ptom.- t Jiir-k.ntu Mo. COOd-ClnM OlRtNT Sl'Tflubpr 4. . Terms for the Hkhald are asfnl Fur one year. . Six rm.nt'n . 1 1. 00 .SO Three months 0 u KraUifiH-r APVKRTifiNO Ratks: Locals He per line each insertion. Professional Card5 er yenr. Lepal Advertise-tuents-lepal rates, display ad rates mode known on application. IACKSOK. MO..SEFT.:. I90.V DIRECTORY. (lifSTY IMKKCTOKY. Vretl. E. Kles Representative liernhard iockel .Sheriff f L. Grant 1 olleetor .1. K.Schnmke Circuit Clerk .1 V Miller County ( lerk C II. lMue...lVosecutin(I Attorney .InoC. l'ut Treasurer J. F. Caldwell Assessor .1. 1. Porterfleld Cororner J. F. Mr La in Surveyor .1. B. Miller...- l'rntmte .incite H y iavis Common l'l'-as Judtre (i E. Chappell. .Common I'leas Clerk II. C. Craeraft Presiding .Iude J as. A. llowers ;v; . Associate Jiidtfe, 1st District L. F. Klosterman Associate .Judjre Jnd District C. A. Marnm County School Superintendent ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

Lewis W. Moore, editor of the Hume Border Telephone, gives the following of a good citizen : A good citizen is a man who takes pride in his home town, pays his honest debts, speaks well of his neighbors, takes his home paper and pays for it; who does not squeeze every twenty-five cent piece until the agonized scream of the eagle can be heard for a mile. He will measure twelve inches to the foot every way, will bathe and change his shirt once a week, and will see that the wo man he loves does not have to use a hedge fence for a clothes line or break up an barrel for fuel. Report of the Condition of Tho lViU' National Bank at JiirkMin, In the Stiite of Mlooiiurl, ut tin- rlne of tiul nriM.AuKUHt '2S, imA. KKtot-HCEH. I. niin ami discount .,i;i,24:i.. Overdraft!", ocnm-il nurt utwrrured. ' W ''I II, 8. Uondn in nri'ure circulation.. . A.2MMJ0 rrumluniMOn V. . Honda 2W.OT RankliiK limine, furniture and Kt I.IIM.Ci Ihie from National llnuka (not re serve agent) 2,.!i:i 5 Hue from flute l...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

r.. F. 1. 1 m. l'l-MM-cr. J e K-"N Ml-vd K 1 rwrr:as .v.' t: .T ! 1 tkav. ie a; Dir. g to u.joy i.-.ir u. a t cie :y. T: n bo the fn :f f Y.V..--. '::: although male at 1 : : :- .; .:, ,u Li", s.sie o; Maine. Why rhcuM tv turn to the ring" loud ;.s the bes: , K "re A iVt says ?- n ore ;Vr;-.;pTc-trrs r.re nt',-1 in v. .-r t'ar. in sum mer. He v.- Xiv'.ii-h I ; lo art ! A Yale prof ssov v.h.) I r-v-'ntly actualiv lift a snail fortune, lie was an exception to the rule, however. Most housekeepers will lool; wi-.h suspicion tpon a hired girl that holds stock in tte newly formed pottery trust. Cor.. C!:r.-fpl.chn;i-'!:l will never set Nmsclf rt.enticr.rd of-cr. by the Knc-lish-speak.ng worX, tun if he docs prove fi licio. New Jersey is making a s'rennons war on mo?q:ilto-s. there will be enough of them Iefr, undoubtedly, to nv t y the ide a. IVing nn Inland country paves Pivit- friar, i a h-t of t rouble. She han't even be. n i;.-. i:-. '. to take part in 1 1 1 . M- r-'i . an v i r.t'.. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

Mill BlC!lffllE (Special Correspondence.) ELEV V. ill. Ii l f.i .l.l'K.V TI'XT. Hiv. : IT. I. K.cUIcl, the Prophet. Ills nnmc mtniiR "God Is strong." or, more prob ably, "God strengthens." Temple Bi l.lo. , Parentage. Hin father wt Buzt ("the despised one"), fa lie I fully helil hy rabbinical tradition to lie the "clo-spis-i ii" prophet, .leremlah. Calling. lie was u priest at Jerusa lem, unci probably of the influential family of Zadok. Inspired to Prophesy. "In the thir tieth year" (IC.ek. 1:1 an expression probably referring to Kzoklel's age), ihe fifth year of the captivity, Kzeklel saw a wonderful vision, which bade him le bold 10 rebuke the sins of his people (F.zek. 2:6 1. and call them to Uod. From that lime, for at least twenty-two jears, he was "a watch man i:nto the house of Israel" (I-ek. :::17. II. The Book of Kzel.iel. "No criti cal question nrlsos ill connection with the li.ithorship of the hook, the whole Irom beginning to end bearing un mistakably tin- stamp of a si...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

Marrfjge Licenses. C. l Aulmehen and IVrtba Frank; S. W. KdwarJs an J Mary Weston; ,1. V. Merkel and .lulia Weston. To the Honorable County Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. Tlio liito rli-ttien lias ililt'iniitiiMl tlial a new limit liousc must W otvct c1 in litis county. 1 1 is iinreoi by all t-liat tlie l'tesent site is tuo small for I lie erection of a ".0io court liouso tlioipon. ami Hint it will 1 nifcsNiry to liny .itlditional ground for ttiat pur loso. You liavc authority undor tlio tew, to scltvt a site and buy prr-und at ativ point within tin- corporal ion liui- , has. with no tpnce to ornament nothing hut tin' h.ire walls. Thru lot lis look at all thesp court I- lions ami not pi hop the new building that should hp hii i rnaint'tit n ml a ' priilo to nil, where its beauty will be destroyed; but, let lis rather tfive plenty of room, when It vli timlly costs nothing, and have the new court 'housed place of beauty, to be in II , tew years surrounded with km, with 'tre...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

JACKSON, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 11, 1905. NO. 44 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries; ! Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. A o oooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOPO it 8 FRIDAY ""SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 " 16 VOL. VIII. MM W mm FRIDAY-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 " 16 Millinery, Dress Goods, Fancy Waistings, Flanelettes, Fancy Ribbons, Notions. AUTUMN 1905 We invite you to be pfesent next Fri day and Saturday, and to make our store your trading place. You are al ways welcomed. o 8 O 8 O 8 o OOOOC&OQOOOO COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOSOOOOGOOfSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOQ&QOOQQOOOOOOO JACKSOSM1 STRE THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHEST, JACKSON, f'0. Shoes, Men's Mats, Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Hosiery, Furniture. 8 ( O 8 8 AUTUMN 1905 g LOCALS 3 Wheat Too to-day. Burn, on last Saturday, to Ab. Stiemel and wife, a boy. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. ; Ed. Regenhart of the Cape,' was in Jackson last Saturday. j...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

i(F asm Jfir CMARLE5 MORRIS DUTLLR. CoBtrtrtit, 1106, by Morris C. Bute. CHAPTER II. Continued. "Yet, a vast, wcll-organlied society, composed oC people In every profes sional walk of life. It will bo your business to discover this band and en ter the organization as a member." "A5d If I already know of the ex istence of such an organization?" very calmly asked IJlng. "Half the battle would be won!" exclaimed the detective excitedly. "I suspect, Lang, that you do know con siderable about It. that's why I ap proach you in the matter. You are one who undoubtedly should know something about It the crime you were charged with, together with the fact that you bad command of money, certainly placed you In the proper po sition t know. Hut I know you are not a member of the society, for I tiave watched you too closely for that. What others may think I know that you are an honest man." "Thinks for that compliment," laughed Iinc. "I am not a member, of course. Hut. as you say, I should Vnow s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

vj& : x- v . , ,sv v- i, ' &4 CLEMENTINA 60NZALES, OF CENTRAL AMERICA, RESTORED TO HEALTH. PE-RU-NA THE REMEDY. Miss Clementina Gonzales, Hotel Pro ineia, tiustoinala, (.'. A., in a recent letter from S47 Cleveland Ave., Chicago, 111., writes: took Pcruna tor a worn-out con dition. I was so run down that I could not tleep at night, had no appetite and telt tired In the morning. " tried many tonics, but Peruna was the only thing which helped me In the least. After I had taken but a hall bottle I telt much better. I continued Its use tor three weeks and I was com pletely restored to health, and wan able to take up my studies which I had been forced to drop. There Is nothing better than Peruna to build up the system. " Clementina Gonzales. Address The I'emna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, for instructive free literature on catarrh. Fully Indorsed. A Clergyman who was out walklne one Sunday came across some boys who were playing baseball in a vacant lot. Going up to one of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

Jackson Hekald. REPVBI.1CAN IS TOLITICS. H. F. LPSK I'viu.imieh Fntrrrc t 1h po.tolTVc nt Jurmrni. Mi), li nronl--lin matter N.irmiber 4. 1M.. Term fur the Hekald are asfol- v.ir nnc vear " Six months ' Three months Rli1en.- Advertising Hates: I.hibN (ic rer lino rnch insertion. Protoi'iiml Card s m ver. T.eir.il Advertiie-i mPnt-leiral "rates. Oisn'ny ad rates , made Wn iwii i.n npjdieation. f ACKSON. MO.. SKIT. 11. DIRECTORY. 1 !M)."i FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions (he ;ain from the use of Scott's Emulsion is very rapid. For this reason we put up a fifty-cent size, which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children. In other conditions the gain is slower health cannot be built up in a day. In such cases Scott's Emulsion must be taken as nourishment; a food rather than a medicine. It's a food for tired and weak digestions. Send for free ompfo Scott & Bowne, 409 4s Pri St. Cbtml.u New York got. and $ 1.00. All druggliU (fl'NTY IMHKCTOItY. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

Additional Locals. I The new lime kiln is now ready for business. Fop a good meal go to the Hays hotel, Cape Girardeau. Rev. J. J. Lovett returned from his visit to the Indian Territory yesterday. The county court was in ses sion Monday as a board of equal ization. Lee Caldwell of Millerville, has a boy who is very sick with typhoid fever. COAL See F. W. Beuckemann. When at the Cape and hungry call at the Hays hotel, Scott's old stand. "Cicero Saddler is quite sick at the home of his father, Hollas Suddler of Jackson. Died, at his home near Fruit land, Mo., John Schoenebeck, aged about 55 years. Pure Fuls seed wheat for sale from St. Charles county, Mo. Cape County Milling Co. The oldest son of John Schoenebeck has typhoid fever at his home near Fruitland. The St. Louis annual confer ence will meet at Caruthersvillo next Wednesday, Sept. 20. COAL SeeF. W. Beuckemann. Mrs. N. K. Jenkins of Oak Ridge, mother of Rev. T. H. Jenkins, moved to Marble Hill, last week. Don't forget the open...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

(Ely Jackson f)evaft. H K. Li sk. Publi;lier. JACK SOX. . . . MISSOl Kl. J. I'lerpont Morgan is trying to cor ner the old matters. Why this fuss about the man who old his wife for 5T Wasn't she worth it? Egps are now said to be full of mi crobes. That Is calculated to jar that egg nog habit. Baron Nathaniel Rothschild has Just Clven 14,000.000 to charity. Wonder where he got it? "Starving Men Desperate," says a headline in the Washington Post. Thoy generally are. When girls play baseball they have to conscript one of their number to wear a mask and stomach protector. Mr. Rockefeller is tryiug the Knelpp cure. If the morning dew helps his feet he will try it on the top of his bead. It appears that the Italian with whom Miss Croker eloped has a title. This being the case, how could she help it? In view of the recent developments in the army, the- navy can hardly be blamed for putting ou a slightly su perior air. How much the world thinks of a bateba'.I player, who does not drink, szok...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

LITTLt tOITOR IN ClLEMMX - 1 This Gearing It Ceasonable. Washable gloves have become abso lutely indispensable to the summer Hrl. Not only do they save her bands from the ravages of the burning sun arithout Inducing perspiration, but flier are always immaculately clean ind fresh. Each night the pair the taa worn during the day gets its tub tath In warm soapsuds and is dry and ready for use the following day. Fabric gloves, whether in lisle or linen mesh, are so skillfully woven bow that they have lost all of the scratchy feeling which has long been their objectionable feature. The girl who Is peculiarly sensitive to this irri tation will find lisle gloves lined with the most supple of China silk. Fashionable shades, such as old rose aud old blue, are lined with check silk or silk embroidered VTiih polka dots or tiny flowers. Linen mesh gloves, so popular during the wfrra months last year, are more than ever in evidence this summer, and the atltchlngs on the back show most elaborate ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 September 1905

J. M. A. Never in the history of the .1. M. A. has there been so many student- from abroad as this year. Never in the history f the J. M. A. has the class of students been so excellent as this year. The lea line families of South east Missouri are now represented in the Academy, and excellent Work is already heinj done. There are more house boys now than the J. M. A. has ever had before, and still others are to C me. Theficulty is a pJ struntr one, and there is no doubt that the students who finish this year will go out into the world and do as the students of the past are j now doinir, fill responsible uniii well paying positions. Miss Lola Barringer of Colum bus, Ohio, arrived Sunday and will finish her course this year. Miss Barringer's voice seems to have grown in beauty by its short rest, and those who will have the pleasure of hearing her this year will be even more delighted than Ihey were last year. Miss Robin Wood, the beauti ful and accomplished daughter of Mrs. 1. W. WooJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

Tme Jackson Hermb VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905. PsO. 45 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. i LOCALS i ZsLSLSUUUiJLZSLZSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLZSLSLSiJLSLs COAL See F. W. Beuekemann. Work has begun on the Houck switch. Miss Roena Shaner was for a few days last week. Hays had business at ..,,. , ,. , ill l wuvn own iiuv vv Wheat 75c to-day. COAL See P. W. Beuekemann Edw. D Burfordville Tuesday. R. L. Caldwell of Fruitland, has moved to Cape Girardeau. Mrs. Aug. Kruejrerof the Cape, is visiting in Jackson this weok. The new lime kiln is now ready for business. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Miss Bessie Reed of New Mex ico, is attending the J. M. A. this year. Pure Fuls seed wheat for sale from St. Charles county, Mo. Cape County Milling Co. Kd. Howard is attending the Methodist conference at Caruth ersville this week. Judge J. B. Miller returned home, Sunday, from a business trip to Kentucky and othe...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

It. 1 . I.i iv. t'ublishiT. JACKSoN MISSiiUU. Tocli cone Wch in Now York's so eloty, but It fools it must have at least ouc line of thoru. An American bank has failed In Manila. This shows that it Is not a matter of ciimate. Judge P'.l.-zard is running for office in AYest Virginia. Ho should bo a good hcatcd-term candidate. Even the president of a glue com pany could tot slick to bis place. It Is filled by a new man. Any fool can start n war, but wise men are needed when it comes to deciding on the indemnity. Edmund Clarence Stedman snys "there Isn't much money in poetry." Nor In pros.? either, for that matter. TVar has broken out between the Hip Slop Tones ard the On Leon? Tones In New York. They ought to be pinched. As lone as J r. Morgan likes the companionship of that small grand daughter, you can't make people be lieve he's bad. An eastern raper Is discussing "the origin of pie." It may be observed. In paslr.c. that everybody knows what the cestiny of pie Is. Quinine candy is s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

MOTION AND KMSMMf Zirconium the New Filament. Zirconium la the material used to the production of a new filament for incandescent lamps by Prof. Wed llng. To obtain tlio filament he bud mits oxides of zirconium and magnet tern at a high temperature to the ac :lon of hydrogen. Pulverizing the re sultant alloy and adding a cellulose jolution, It is transformed Into a pins Mc and homogeneous mass, from which the filaments are drawn, one pound of the raw material yielding up wards of 50,000 filaments. They pre sent a metallic appearance when car oonl7.Pi! in an atmosphere free from all traces of oxygen. Requiring a current of only thirty-seven volts, three of the .'.Irconlum lamps can bo plared In scr ies across the usual 110 volt circuit, while for the 220 volt circuit another type using forty-four volts Is made, five lamps being placed In series. For liigh candle power lamps several fi la ments are placed In the same bulb and connected directly with the 110 jolt circuit. A One-Piece R...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN TOLITIC9. B. F. Ll'SK... . I'l'llLIslIKH at ..cond-wiiM niH!ir November 4. W Mo. Torn)! fcr t lie IIkhalp are asfol ows: Ft nnc vo.nr I HI Six tin -nth i,( I lireo month :w U ArvF.RTi!N Ratks: Local Ho per Mnf enoh i iif rt i t. l,rifi,slnnnl Card -S I'cr yenr. La il AdvertNe mptits W il r ites. lilay ad rate made known un application. f ACKSOS. MO., Y.VT. 21. 1H0.Y DIRECTORY. ll'l'NTV WHKt TOKY K. Ki' K-prt If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent.milk. Milk la Na ture's emulsion butter put In shape for diges tion. Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing, but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it. Scott's Emulsion fa&Sr An Explanation. Cape Girardeau, Sept. 15. To my many friends at Jackson, Missouri : Mr. August Kriegor informs me that my confirming the report tlint lie was opposed to the court house proposition has had the ef fect to injure his business ma terially at that place. I am very sorry that it should have so hap pened,...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

From Dr. Norwine. Dental Notice. Editor Democrat Nkws : Hav ing noticed in the I ronton Regis ter a reproduction from tho Democrat-News, referring to a visit made to, and a conversation with Mrs. Josie Forbes, I desire to cor rect the errors therein cDntf.ined: Mrs. Forbes did not U9e the language appearing in your arti cle but instead she did say, "Mis ter Man if you go to hell many people will follow you." Now in justice to Mrs. Forbes and my self, I feel it my duty to correct the words which appeared in your paper for the reason you certainly do not wish to do either of us an injustice. Again I wish to say if any man thinks himself an infidel and will visit this lady and will converse with her in her dual mind they will certainly change their posi tion on that subject. I have visited the lady and given her unusual mental powers careful study from every possible physiological standpoint and find it the wonder of wonders. Dr. J. J. Norwine, Poplar Bluff, Mo. The Mrs. Forbes referre...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

skp cmws cmmm sr charles morris butler. . Copyright. ISO?, by C. Morrla rtutUr. CHAPTER IV. An Important Clue, For about a year Lang sirred hl apprenticeship under the instruction pf Denver. He became known as a suspicious character, acd his past ws raked tip in great shape, not to his credit to be sure. Through the proc ess of appearing "flush" of money ore day arid on "his uppers" the next, he pot the reputation of being "crooked." or at bast "sporty," which In toffie circles are considered synony mous. Lang one evening was strolling down C'.ark street rather aimlessly, swaggering as if under the Influence of strong drink, when he was ap proached by a rather flashily dressed man who demanded rather abruptly: "If your name is Lang, I want to ppeak with you." Louis did not start nor hesitate. Ms year of schooling had prepared Mm npa'.nst surprises of this kind. There was no known reason why he should cot admit that I-ang was his true came, but "instinct" warned hlra not to be too re...

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