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The Brockport republic. (Brockport, N.Y.) 1856-1925, November 15, 1923, Image 3

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S****^?AT*-?-. ?^p^ps^> ^-•••v£--_r^ i--- • -_~ _»_ f$»m '.\: \ •! •~ jf\Ji^/Pl b • y • . * F . ,-• ~ r fi'- n- c ri— psr~ — —^-rTfri;Trr^ffip;a 1 i d ,ia.j; i ,,.^s-^- a -2\ J^ THE REPUBUP. BBQCftPPBT. N. Y. THUR|^^IWVEMf ER 15, 1983 HHiHimmtiimniiHiwiniiiiimim: ih&^ real _wQrk_of Jtbe .school in the afternoon session, v , Thl8^ J *has~^hgjen rather extraor- abmt^c^sMJM.^*uiJ^nj-sLe]5 glad you were here. It sbsws the utility of^tto^sntsort-af-work4nletteF-wFlt- tog, language, geography and arith- metic—-in learning things about fann- ing.\ •• - • . \It • certaiply does,\ said Doctor Brathwayt. \I wouldn't have missed It \under any consideration; but Fm certainly sorry ^or—that—ereamery- snark and Ws sce&tnpliee—to-heronied^ by the Fifth Reader grade \in farnv .y»r- - / _ gl -Irnhc. lnnrTTeon wag rath~er aVwoiTfler. iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiin: pjrfghtbrXba£obbfeM*Rlll Compear) CHAPTER XXI A New Era Dawns. Jf lere wa§ a\ rousing- choptfs • of ^AyelMn which -Mr. <3armj£hael, fol- I lowed closely by Mr. Bonper, made his Tgrtt. B. 15. Ha'mm went forward and Ittook Jim's hand/slowly and con- |t^mii!Ultlvfely» aslftrylng to remember I Just what he^snould wy. \James E; Irwin,\ said he, \you've |iaved us^from being skinned by the BootHest-grafter ti m t Lever seen.\ lot I,\ said Jim;, \the kind of SSol t stand far, Mr. Hamm, wtH \lave you more than that—and give ton the broadest culture any school ever gave. A culture based on life. |=We-*ve been studying life, in this ps, district:\ |e had a smooth partner, too,\ |=Bftld Columbus Brown. Jim .looked at I^Bonner^Uttle-boy-in one of the. front jvarnlngly^_ \If I hadn't herded 'em In here to\ -yoo— a -few Questions about co- operative creameries,\ said Mr. Tal- cott* \we'd bave beenN stuck=they pretty near had our names. And then the whole neighborhood, .would have kfeten sucked in for about fifty dollart 1 -• name.\ „ ' ~ ful affair—and Its success was unqual Ified\ after everybody discovered that the. majority of those in attendance felt much more aj^nome when calling it dinner. /__ \What^Jl'ye- think of our jschaalaF; asked the^olonel. -«• * \fPeJBr said Professor Gray, \it'i not/fair to judge. Colonel, on what lust have been rather an extraor- dinary moment in the school's history. -ytaWttrffia3-\yoii don'in?W^(a'ytep° resentation of 'The Knave Unmasked' every morning.\ \It was more like a caucus than I've ever seen it, daddy,\ said Jennfe, \and less like a school.\ \Don't you think,\ said Doctor\ Brathwayt, \that it was less like a school because it was more like life? It was life. If I am,not mistaken, his- tory of this communiiy jras making in that schoolroom as we entered.\ \You're perfectly . Fight, Doctor,\ said the colonel. \Jim's got too big for the district.\ and\ So-we'r'e* going to en- roses and otb^^W-fasAkmed flowej*' fttntfsbea-bjHMrsrIrw-ia* -For thit^w. the. teacher's house or sehooln^nle for the new ^ojraoHdatedTTWaad&lt HMS- firlct, and the old Shnras^od-Tot was henceforth to be the gHebe-land of the schoolmanse. Jim turned Qver and over in his mind, these nm applications of old, historic, significant words, dear to every reader of history—\glebe-land \scho6\fmanse\-^and it seemed to bim thai they signified the return of many xoid things lost Ln Uerrie England, test in Jfew- England, lost' all J over the English-speaking vrOfluT^when—the _suhved right knout. righk jUuLtfie folks wag getthV right hungry—an' such ^t—crowd 1 T^her^ WdftEft»ftffgpn In thehaWes'-room, and for a while they thought the youngest Hnmm young-oae-had swal- She—woulit—^ett* pie that they refused to be taxed for his support. Was not the new kind of rural teacher to be a publicly-paid leader of thought, of culture, of psog- ress, and was he not to have his -manie, Ms ' gWbe4afld, and- Ms *%»* ing?\ And all beeause, like the old clergyman, he was doing a work in which everybody was interested and for which they were willing to be There was taxed. Perhaps it jois^jioxjia^high, -^ r ,w tr -Y<sgi •a \status as tlie^old; but who was to ' m^^^\ msmK ^^ mmm i Let Us-Give Y5u~ A» E*iffili£ Towed \ a \ niarble\. 'em theywould be right over; good-by. There, was another~cbeer \as the three elderly^and irhe-two-younger-peo— pie emerged from the schoolmanse and took their way over the bridge to the school side of the xeliet-botto.med moat, but it was shut off like the vibration of a bell dipped ln water by the sudden rush of the shoMers Into ^ald puMcly-paid clerg^maa_cfiased.Ja trer sor-lar-the servant of^all-the-p^o--J-tatftes x 1WT:n^u the domestic economy classes, with their mothers, sisters, female cousins and aunts, met them, as -waiters, hat snatchers, hostesses, .floor\ managers and cooks, scoring the greatest trl- Tnuplr xrrlrislOTy-in-thTe~Woodruff dis- trict. For everything went off li£e clockwork, especially, the victuals— and such victuals! quantity in meats, s-^aricTtBeTe~l*asirilQ\ savor. There was plenty, and there was style. Ask Mrsr Bantam Peter- (k Century 6T Sff Ajp>,\ Prtvtate ©emduefr W«i Guided-fay Rule Simple i»- the Extreme. Ignorant as I am, I may be all wrong when I say that it seems to me that nobody dares to be as moral nowadays as almost everybody _dld, say, a hun- dred years ago, Robert~^T13iy~\wrTtes\ In the Atlantic Monthly. We were pretty meuat in my youth—much more so than -todajt; hut nothing to what people were in 1830.— In that simple era the new morality the big'^^nibly roon^^nosfrfttted wS ta^tgh^r^i^Jiad. never been heard •# i ^R* rpvcfrugsgvsi on, having'.your car blefHaijte^ v - this fiall or winter ~ — Springs for All Makes of Cars REPAIRING, STORAGE, WASHING, WELDIN^ Brtickport Service Garage w North Mala St. Phone 235-W Below Canal Bridge Targe the\ dlstrtct, andlrhe-schoothouse, -it by—the drj^ moat o4 the brook and and the teaching force, and the meanB ool—the life we all live bete in i of educational grace generally, That's as sure as can be—after what took place this morning,\ \He's rather a wonderful person, to be found in sjich a position,\ said and-shook- his~head~at-Goluinbng-i—PeoiessML .Q.ray^—*4or .-would..beJiR, any. region I have visited.\ * — its tiny meadow of bine-grass. ACEOSS the roa-d was the creamery, with its businesslike unloading plat- form, and Its addition In process.of construction tor the Teceptlon of-the machinery for the co-operative laun- „dry. • Not jTJaxiromJfae creamery^ and stooa tne oiaciP\ \He's-a -natrve- -product. 11 - said -the. ccloneL_\bnt a wonder all the same. He's a Brown Mouse, you know.\ \A—a—?\ Doctor Brathwayt was plainly astonished. And so the colonel was allowed to tell again the story of the Darbishire brown mice, and why he called Jlrn Irwin one. Doctor. —^^^^a^e-gone^rp-fop-twd-hun^redV 1 -yr-Br-nlliswiyt sald.it JKas_aninferestlng. •aid B. JJ. tlamm. i Mendellan explanation of the appear- **Mny I call a tittle meeting here for i ance.of such a chara<S«n-ns Jlni, \And « minute. Jim?\ asked Ezra Bronson. j if you are right. Colonel, you'll lose 4 hiro ^me of-these days^ ¥on cnrft ex- pect to refa4n a Caesar, a Napoleon, |~\Why Where's h^gone?'' • \Tliey's some other visitors come I'stoi*. said a- U«le girl, pulling her apron In embarrassment at the teach- er's absence. Jim had, after wiiut seemed to Jennie an interminable while, seen the eonnty superintendent and hex. dis- tinguished party, and was now en- |—(aged ln welcoming them and endeav- oring t o find them seats—quite an lm- U possible thing at that particular mo- ment, by the way.' J^Don't mind us, Mr. •Irwin.*' said -Doctor- _Br-ati*wa$+^ t^tblng we've seen on our Jourtreyings. \^Please go on -with the proceedin's. ~!Enat gentleiuan-seeihs to have in mind \* tne perfectih' of some ,so't of organiza; [ —iifin. Tm Intensely lntprpstedj|_ —\yd-tHte~to 6all a little «aeeHn* here,\ said Ezrn to tlie teacher. \See- or a Lincoln in a~mral—schooU-.can you?\ \1 don't know about that.\ satd the colonel. \The great opportunity for . such A. Brown Mnn.se max. he ln tills very schooirtighr ncrw. He*d have as big an army right here as SOcrareS ever had. The Brown Mouse is the say that? Certainly fiot Jim -fewin, the possessor of^ the new kind of \liv- ing,\ with its \glebe-land\ and its \schoolmanse.\ He would have rated the new as at least o^uite-as hlgh_«s^-5 the old! iVom the brow of trie promontory,.a light concrete bridge took the pretty little gorge in the.. leap_of, a single arch, and landed the eye at the bot- tom of the front yard of the school- housej - T-hus ^h«e new lustltutlon of life was in full yiew of the school manse veranda, and j^et shut off from son, who yearned for culture, and had been afraid her children wouldn't get it If Yim Irwin taught them nothing but farming. She wIU tell you that the dinner—which so many thought of all the timers supper- was yust as well served as if it had been In the Ohamberlain-Hotet in Des Moines, where she had stayed when she went with Haakon to the state convention. . ..•* - — Why shouldn't*-It have\ Been even better served? It was planned, cooked» served and eaten by people of intelli- gence and brains, in their-own house, 88 a conijnuntty. affair, and in ji corn^ muntty where, if any one should ask you, you are authorized to state that there's as much wealffiTo. the acre as_in any strictly farming- spot be- tween the two-oceans, and\ where you are perfectly safe—unanclalTjr-^Iif dropping. 1rom a balloon In the dark also across the road, smith-- and-wheeliucight shop. Still farther down the street were the b*arn, poultry house, pens, hutches and yards of the little farm—small, aa_\vere all the buildings save tlse schoolhouse It- self, which was bullded, as it should have been, for the future. ~- ,;And even the schoolhouse. when one Jihintes.of. the uses iff which itnK3«t to be put-kitchen nmrsery. kJudergaisJ Some Qf ^ came ten. banauet hull, theater. m o.v!l« PlC- the 8pee ehes following the repasts tare hall, elassrooras. manual traMng othec tliiags.JtQO, it waa ^rooxns, taboratary .ond^rmlug ro5BT^ bab ^ ^^TW for B. B. of, and,\ as- ia COHSFrrnpTire, -^ev-erybody - knew exactly what wus moral and what was not. The people t>f that day would have been extremely puzzled by many of the problems propounded In our contempo- r«ry playg nnri nnvels;, Utmulng off with another man's wrfe, for example, was a- custom or habit which they could never excuse,-for they toad not come^to realize how exceedingly com- -pleSi==aa4-=.eKfin intricate*. the_„»iQtiY.e«. may be which leud one to do It. For'them It simply was not right; and if anyone in the* neighborhood did it, they did not hesitate to write a let- ter to the newspaper and say what they thought of bim. They were too^jpriml- tive to realize how difficult it Is to de- cide for, or against so unconventional an action, or how many biological, psy- chological, sociological, and economic questions one must consider before one can\ do ifltvith a dear conscience. , In their day T of cqurse, men did run off with other men's wives, just as they do today; but they seem t o have done so impulsively, and they would have been qulck~±n admit that in doing s<* they were immoral. The burden of public ©pinion upon ardent SflntH.WHB* therefore, much more severe than i t is upon our contemporary., -heroes, .and. heroines who live in an age of acuie. intellectuality. . , , . __^W yot, fnr fh» great mass of souls My Prices on Tires ^\re Lower Because I ani connected with an agency which buys vast quantrttes-trRrres-fof- cash, t>uyiag them cheaper than an individual dealer can, Havirjg a large volume of sales en- abtesnaeta sell on'a smaller- margin of- profit.. . _\...._ •AH First Grade Guaranteed Stock.. .. 30x3 $7.50 30x31-2 $8.05 Other Sizes Accordingly Full Line of Accessories afed Fan Belts N* Main St. E. A. COAPMAN 235-W Below Canal Bridge of the moon, and paying_al hundred and fifty dollars an acre for any farm you happen to land on. Why shouldn't things have been well done, when every one worked, not for. money, but for the love of the doing, and\ the love of learning to do, m the best way? - and what not, was -wonderfully small Hamm to Incorporate In hi3 wishes for to' we've busted up \your program so HI, may we take 1 little while long- -err _^ _• \\CertalbYy/'Tlaid Jirfi. only Judge of his own proper place.\ \I think,\ Raid Mrs. Brathwayt, as they motored back to the school, \that your country schoolmaster Is rather U»-4s-tive-best—,-terrlbIe.- \Ehe-way.-he-crushed that-Mr,. Carmichael was positively merciless. Did he-know how cruel lie was?\ \I think not,\ said Jennie. \It was' the truth that crushed Mr. Car- michael.\ —^BOT-tbst-vote-uf thankSr\ said Mrs. Brathwayt. \Surely that was the bit- terest irony.\ \ \I wonder If It was.'* snid Jennie. \No I aro sure It wasn't. He wanted —Colonel-Woodruff said fa^ tOQ-smaHri IZ -£s*»U rt W\£^Tortt« «»« .* iTTrsrhenla «mows-*h«» <>m b* (raowl to -though It was necessarily so ,arge ^/^L^l.TZ f hn \t^f. th-r possession'of «, simple a for- that were not particularly ardent, -the period jUilsL. have been a comfortable one to- live- in.-Eor-erenlEQUgTr.IB£!rJr7\ own moral problems might ^at t.lmes seem intricate, those of their neigh- bors were always very simple * and when they spoke of their neighbors' actions they always had one definite j_ule_t© gulde'them—\A thing l-^elther_ \right or it Isn't.\ \'\\\' \ • In a world which Is romplex enough; tiT'besr, Ttr tnrve even- one ru4e so easy 'to apply h;-a-grear-cmtvehlem'&i and It seems possible •that rhe^ rarity of nen-. as to be rather astonishing to the un- expectant, pnsser-by. The unexpectant pmsser-by this May day.- -seatSj papers, '•nd were at at1enu*onr~rrottTrr-Brath= f-nbttdeJ approvingly as if at the _M8seer j&.sdnrg ouesMon in his mind* *UhlIffien; r -snia Mr. ffwfn, \jotr «ay or\may-not-be interested in what, these gentlemen are about to do—but I hope\ybu~are. Those who wish tfiay be njembers of Mr. Brohson's meeting;. Those who do not prefer to do so maj? -take-Uik. their regular work,\ \Gentlemen - said Mr. Bronson to forth of Jim and Jennie that stale one about the troubles of life, but he wanted to see Jennie blush-TjwhIch „ , - _. ,. . _ , ns a matter of fact he did; but she however, vvoula have been espe, { Mled t0 grow .- quKe - w flepy retJ M aany struck by the number oT motor, tf i d \ j to . But B. B. was a good fei- cars. buggies and surreys parked in , 0Wi an(J a Trojnn in y s work for the yard back or-tl$e creamery, along me causei m6 the acno^ftiu^r laid the roadside, and by the driveway I superintendent of schools forgave him. running to the schoolhouse. People in ( A remark - mny bp n „ ttlft broaai Tmd numbers had arrived by five o'clock In gtm ^ n% nnd R B mHde „ t?lean the. atoto«^.|«flJgfflSLJi!!iJS^^ jnainrv. devoted to *t\m ^- They strolled about the place, exam-; creased va^g of thnt ftirII1 he nt one\ lning the buildings and grounds, and memorable time was going to sell be- talking with; tiieblacksmith-and the fer0 Jtnrg ^^ notions rnurd-bF car= butter-makeK | ried ont Gradnntry they drew Into the school-; ^„i„„„i tv„„.j„„n' ,„„, T „ ,«*& ~r *»,« x. — «n- ^™I.„ < u_ i . • u« ' Colonel Woodruff inane most of the house like a-sveflrffi of heeslnta a htet t A-^ R »I„T P —.-.:i;r„ir- r r -^VFSS—»TAKAJ , , . . .. . »- JS .t -above points wntc» r nave ffn'hea selected bv the que^ri. None of them. • . ; ,, , . , , ' , ^ from him. • lie !i:nl Ix-mm as ;i re- \hovrever;—n-ent—across- -the—eonerete- mula. irldse to the Bch^lmniree^^ave Jfr« Simtns, who crossed, consulted with whieff He !i:nl fornief \TaTe \IS life; he **The school Ho^ieare the children thinking-as well- JIi'&-Jl^to^ib^ukChe shrubbery and ( will please come W order.\ as possible of their vTcHmT\ and eT\ ^«\^rs. and went back to- Buddie ana The - Tfuptls- took their -seats* I peciaHy of MP, Bonner-; and theiajeaaJInnle, who were good children but -•tralghtened Jnelr books and pagers. ' really something in Mr. Carmichaete natchally couldn't be trusted with JfO ' ' t«lk which TOUld-be~praisedV-*^ave- nran^other-foang-oBeswtthouteasom» sinfr.^but -he OoattMMd on pa««cfa| Not a Silver Lining. Just before- tlie-'ciilLdusu Mattie, Sadie, Sam and Lint, were to go away to school, their uncle, who was pay- ing their tuition, called fhem to hun. Visions of n bountiful allowance danced before the eye's of the young scholars, especially the boy«. —TJiey_TcnJkedLtheJroljrnJLrlirsty^ up hill, to their uncle's, .house, Duti- fully they listened to a lecture of \do's\\ and \doh'is.** Finally uncle reached into his \money\ pocket. He pulled out some stamps. To ettch child Tie gave enough •Stamps\ t o last all term. The hoys looked chrrgTlrted. - The girls giggled at the boys^ . -AIL-tlmnkpfl hlni_a.nd. trudged the mile to their home. \ROCHESyFP's T .FAI>lHfl JEW^T V * H ^J<M«AII*5t£ known 4im Irwin since we were boft children, and i feel sure that if he had ha(|.-any Idea IIial^iIs^IrealnlBrtzBf- thls man had_been unnecessarily cruel, ft would have 7 givea him ft tm. of pafc,** \My dear,* 1 - s_aid- Mrs.. Brathwayt, \I think you are to be congratulated for having known for a- long time a genius.\ _.. \Thank you.\ said Jennie. And Mrs. Brathwayt gave her—aT^giance which flre remains of Mr. CarmiehaeFs . _ l—ereiE^ £ifty. \we^ve-'-been -cuttln# l brojjght_toJier,, cta^kjanoiJier^filgshj. itaat;to-itfelsi^s^ghioiamonLabMt58^1 : *nl-^fi^ain^eu:f^£n$rteffl^h^^ne- endugJu rm uj favor of^nshing, now. •Haw many here fa-vor bulldlag a o>- \«>p^lath^cfelmiery~nr\w%\\cln\ geTTfi»\ farmers In with cows enough to makB tf profitable, and the .eoutpnient at ta« provoked by ttie uproar tn the Wood? ruff schdoL watchln\. ; \They're comingt^They^e conitnf-l** - ^lvi8^Wg3-ttn>^r^-i)omeaoJthe-jifi0Pli. In and about»the s<booIBouse by that Hans Hp)se§ was wnnid be called Hans Nilsen. Hans had been to the top of the little hill and had a\ Toole\ toward towni ^JLIke. a. creW jflflQtting a jrigging, or. t crowd having Its picture taken; t&e assemblage crystallized info forms de- termined fay tee c&aaces of getting a •gttm|)Be-^of-3^3an^Jl&g^a^a^3tep^ ravine—K)n posts, ~ TenceirTrees\\»nd hillocks. - -gfaere-couM-fae- nu-dogbf-now-thiit}' A 1 nTOf^^anrimna\e~ , BVer the hlljoete-, L jlm was thoroughly wonderful—nof fiach man held upYfiand. \Herie's one of OUT best Jfarmers not •oting,\ saM Mr. Broniofi, indicating Bayniond Simms. ^'Hdw aDout yon, BaymbndV' \Ah reckon paw'li come In,\ said Raymond blushingly. \He will if you say so.\ said Mr. Bronson. Raymond's hand went up amid a rip- ple df~ applause Trom the ptrplte, wfeo eeemed glad to have a voter In their ranks. 9 ^'Unanimous!\ said Mr. Bronson. \It ! is a vote! Now I'd, like to hear a I motion to perfect a permanent or- i ganizatlon to build a creamery. Mr. | Irwin will you please act as secretary.\ \ Jim sat down at the desk and began ; making notes. The meeting appointed committees, fixed upon a time for a future meeting, threw a collection of half-dollars on the desk to start a pet- j ty cash fund, marie the usual Joke • about putting the secretary under ' boad, adjourned and dispersed. I \It's a go this time!\ said Newton i to Jim. ' j \I think so,\ said Jim, \with those , jnen- interested. Well, our study of | Creameries has -given a great deal of language work, a good deal of arith- I metie, some geography, and finally ' •ayed the wwplo from a swindle. I Bather good work. Raymond!\ \My mother has a delayed luncheon ' ready for the-* party,\ said Jennie to Jim. \Please come with us—please 1\ | •But Jim demurred. Getting off at that she, : \166\ county spperlntenaeiK, __ -_. ^as (jutte. as. -thoroughly: a little .foot UJOOT.. .Qnt'pf; ft^ stepped Mrs, Woodrnff ^ Sire to be put In authorfty--over-hlm4- -and\ the- coloneif -Meir^augMer^-ifif-4 It was too absurd for laughter. For- tunately, she Iwdnt .hindered him tnueh—but who was to be thanked for that? Was it owing to any wisdom of hers? Well, she had\ decided ln his favor, in those first proceedings to re- voke his certificate. Perhaps that was as good- a thing to remember as was to be found in the record CHAPTER XXII And So They Lived— And so It turned out quite as If It were in the old ballad, that \all in the merry month of May,\ and also \all in the merry green wood,\ there were great doings about' the hold little promontory where onee stood the cab- In on the old wood-lot where the Simms family had dwelt. The brook ran about the promon- tory, and laid at Its feet on three sides a carpet of blue-grtss, amid clumps df trees and wild bushes. Not far afield on either hand, came the black corn-lnnd, but up and down the bluffy sides of the brook for 'some distance-on both sides of the King- drag|ed highway, ran the old wood- lot, now regaining much of*the un- kempt appearanre which character- 'teed It when Jim Irwin had drawn upon himself the gentle rebuke of Old Man- Simtns for not giving a whoop from the bjg road before coming into the yard. ~ cofinty superintendent of schools, and WEr, Jim Irwte. Jeanie #as dressed & a very well-tailorea traveling costume, and Jim In. a mod-erately well-:tailored business suit, Tlie fact that when they reached the threshold Jim picked Woot Borse Ittaiikets Auto Robes, Burlingtan. Stable Blankets Bought direct^©m-tfie 5-^1 Blanket Mills, largest and Auto Robes, Shawls aM BJgnketrMitis, the BurHntfolir- fr -1 -S^IeManKcirMiHtv\— : -_— ^ ran down the road to the drlve^say~l\ff • - = • — ... , ffie scnW«aSs¥«sff-a*eTv-np\at-*n*-; ™—•---~-rwer¥e--yeftfs-ag0 : the 5^-A and Burlington Faet&riSs 6orh5Sn- \ -^d^^Aj^mM§L^^^ toe whete^J&^Wer^. Ssree trwn tjiey D ... The cabin was gone, and in its place this tune of-day. was really out of the ^ stood a pretty 1 little bungalow,. about Ajjnestton: If he \was to be ready t o show 1 .which Wosso|fed llUjca and, Rfebnles anfl Jim Picked Jennie Up and Carried Her in' hi is Arms. Jennie up in his arms and carried her in, will enable any ghod detective to put one and one toRetJjer and make-a pair—which comes pretty near telling the whole story. By this time it Was nearly seven, and Callsta Sinims came across\\the charmed bridge as a dispatch-bearer, saying that if Mr. Jim and Miss Jen- nie didnH mind, dinner would be \have sold onfy direct frbm\trteltffirs-^eH tory prices, always abpuL2Q per cent lower than wholesalers ort other makes of blankets; In places of Brocltports size they sefj only to one dealer and through them guarantee to stand back of their Blankets' good wearing qualities, full size and weight. 1 have yet to receive the first complaint against them! f Large Size,J-^A Wool Filled 8-Tb. Blanket $5.00 v The Northern Ohio Auto Robe, Shawl and Blanket Mill^make one of the finest lines of double weave, plain bodies of dark green, ,blue or brown color blankets on the market that are being used largely and very wisely for. auto robes and bed blankets. Their niakes of Auto Robes and Shawls are all stand- ard makes and size 54 by 74 inches measured inside the fringe. Most makers measure from the very outside of the fringe. 1 have a very nice assortment of these Robes, Shawls and Blankets to select from if you would kindly call at George Dunn's Furniture Store, look them over and compare prices and quality with any other (make. JAMES DUNN . HARNESS, COLLARS, ROBES, BLANKETS and Everything for the Horse East Side Main St. Near Bridge, \1-fffiVER- DREAMED IT COULD BE DOME\— —exclaimed Wtk. S.—after ,jve had re- turned to her a pirs—a family heirldom— •which she had brnu t[ht to us for moderniz- ing. In its original form, it was an old- fashioricfl sunburst. Seeing it in its new shape, beautifully set and\ mounted,, she said: \I can hardly believe this stunning jewel was made froni that ugly old sun- burst.\ \V7HAT our craftsmen did for Mrs, S—*s ~ w sunburst^they c-ait (in for afiyTrtrtwnrtt^ or discarded jewel,' rins or pin in your pos- session—at a' vt-ry i-ormonahTe prirn. Wad- ding bands especial'./ can be haii<T*orheIy o.verlaid ,in_platji]nra jr>r Jjhite jmld and carved in floweri~de3gn. T6risMLaif6ri*vv'fth^ i out obligation. _____ .^.-^ag^i StFTS T»«F tAST •— f- ^3J* f= i-\ Won Anna Gould and Her Millions. and Then Lost His \merican Golden ~ Bride, Reveals th^ Startling Secrets of His Old Ancestor, \Bluebeard 1 the Human Monster. .• '•> %S I 1 \ ^ . \ f~ —- k=Kr w S l — [ •—•—u-^ua-iiiia __ - -- - - ^tyj T^ -1 \' --\is^l ', *r*^» .- -. • -- —'^'^gi •- - - 1,- „irr; --\31 f ^k. 4 ma* BlucbMord^ in HUCwtk. Rochester as^^*\i3i: mssM0^^ sjisi^.. 1 \,

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