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P?'5S?9SS^'?^i''''N'*?>'"'**' ¦ mtmmiAA cronsM. cxvjbi oemts Ifa^^au g;0tintu lleWeto. 2S5H'ff*''Ji A FAMILT MKWSPAPEK nr LOCAI. AND OBMKRAI, INTBLLIOBNL'K. IliaS: tLtO TBAKLT !¦ AaVABbB FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1902. NO. im ARE THEY WELL? Unless they are* good health is impossible. Bvery drop of blood in the body passes through and is filtered by healthy kidneys every three ininutes. Sound kidneys strain out the impurities ftom the blood, diseased kidneys do not, hence you are tick. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE makes the kidneys well so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. It removes the cause of tfae many diseases resulting from disordered kidneys which have allowed your whole system to beoome poisoned. Rheumatism, Bad Blood, Oout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflammation of the Bladder, Diabetes and Bright's Disease, and many others, are all due to disordered kidneys. A simple test for Kidney disease Is to set aside your urine in a bottle or glass for twenty-four hours. If there is a sediment or a.jbloudy appearance, it indicates that your kidneys are diseased, and unless something is done they become more and niore affected until Bright's Disease or Diabetes develops. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is the only preparation which will positively cure all forms of Kidney and Bladder troubles, and cure you permanently. It is a safe remedy and certain in results. If you are a sufferer, take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at once. It will make you well. . ^Two Sizes 50 Oents and $1.00. For Sale at Thomas Johnston's Drug Store, Freeport, N. Y. E. A. Dorlon DONOBD AUCTIONEER rr*«|Hirt. H. T. Benjainin D. Homan BUIL~ mttoimt fcttMettlMtt ^VtekHapoi DEH Prtpand ¦ l.d itttt rnmlthtd ¦BRaCN PUkCE, rttceoar. l. LoifBonecker Bros. 0CNTI8TS SSS irmtan straat, Sraaklyn at ntinRT, UIIT t HtrWARO lUllDim Ow. Otfol. OB Wtdnttdayt tad TrUtp .--. Romf a, B. tolp. m. 'WiL S. tAaaaaaoaaa, D. D. S., UtDtatr WaJa Steele, M. O. PMY5ICIAN AND SURQEON uAt^mmt, la. I, ftitlota. m,| I tottii4*toTp.'m. onea, Harrlion Aranu* • Call, No. I* Baldirta WlLl^AM H. POST BatcaaMw to J. T. Pott* Hon —Deataria— Choioa Grooeries Flour and Food MAIN STRKCT. mccrORT ¦•rtk tf L- •• *• B'S Ow, Ratlin ttaata BO YSARS' itxraawNOB AaMBaa 'IffSwiial W- ATENT Tmm Maim* OramNa. Oe»»wiiTi Ae. "" SBSir-a'J >tMBB»nlrA- liclffiiericaiia lfi«ia«,"ai SIDNEY H. SWEZEY COUNSCLLOR-AT-LAW Rerlaw Bulldint, Main Street. rRKBPORT N.w York offlee, SO Broadway Manbattan Nttt} It Itlt tt Ittl tt4 Ntrlgait TelepUune. Loral i8 Freeport Long Dlatanc*. S Freeport John P. Wright GENERAL AUCTIONEBR Fraapert. N. T Long Island Real Estate A SPeCIALTV Send for dotcription blank nnd torraa for aelliug yonr property. No Charge unleta told. e. J. OIDHAN Room 1037 21 Fauk Row, N, Y. A HEWJOTEL. The Garden City HOTEL, Garden City, Long Island, - ¦ N, Y. Open from April to Jauoary, Fooilitioi of the boat for Lunch and Dinner Parties Free Charginc SUition for Automobiles. Laine Ball Room, Excellent Mnsic, Booklett and Louft Island Roud Maps free ou application. J. J. LANNIN. • Proprietor JOHN L. GEilNEROTH. CELKHRATEI) FRIEDCAKES, In Ataorted Flavort, consistiuK of Vanilla, Orange, Lemon, Mace, &c. Served iu B<ixet of Uun Duzuu ut 10 Cents Euch. Main St. mttt Seaman Avenue, Freeport, L. I. Orders Taken and DeliTcrcil, Uhe KodaK. Cirl Fuys for yon to buy your FupiilicK nt lioiiiu. The price is Ihe Kume iu eity or country KODAKS FILMS Velox Solio S. . P EARSALL Opposite Post Ollk'o Fn>cp<irt, N.Y STATE NEW& K. R. CHAPMAN, WHoltsAle ud Retail No. 1 BROWNIE, SOc. No. 2 BROWNIE, $1.60 Tiie same prices as In tlie city , Thanh aglvlna rraclamatlea I**n*d. Oovernor Odell bns loRued tbe follow* hiB Thnnksitlvlne proclnniatlon: "Our country hns boon liloHKed with peace, prosperity nnd Imppluess. nnd our peo¬ ple nre respected for their conaerva- iImiu, for their eullpihtenuient and their liroRress. The brnellcent iDfluencee of our Institutions have been exerted for llle ailrnnceineni of civilization, and to Us have come prolilenis which required not only piitiiollKin In their solution, liut fnllh in tlml. who bns placed upon Us the responslliillly for this ndvancc- iiieut of His work. For all these Mess- 1ii):k we slioulil render honiaee to Hlin. I tiierefore designate Thursdny, No¬ vember 27. 11K12. as a da.v of Thanks- Civlii); nml pinlse. I.et us on Hint day put nslilp till- cares of life, nnil In our homes aud In our respective jilaics ot worship, wllh hearls full of tlinnks- Rlvlnii nnd with n fnith in our future which can ouly come throngh n llrm reliance upon .Minlehty t!od, offer up prayers of thnnkfuliiess and suppllca- . Ilons for a continuance of divine I favor." .^y Conpl* Abandon a Chlltl. The other dny a mnn nnd woinnn engaged board at the home of .Mrs. Hubliell. In Hancock, They hnd with theni t lilllo trlrl, a bright, golden- haired clillil, unu..iu,illy lovable nnd prett.T. The mau nnd ivoman stayed for a few dnys and Iheu departed, promising lo return. They left the child behind. -After walling severnl dnys Mrs. ilulibrll notitied Ihe aulhor¬ ilies. The police lielieve that the aban¬ doned child was klilnnped from wealthy parents, possllily for incncy, lint more likely for revenge. It Is be¬ lieved that the man aud woman have fled to IVuiisylvnnla. The neighbor¬ hood la very much excited over the af¬ fair and n numi.er nf very estimable families desire to n.lnpt the little one. She Is about Iwo years of nge nnd it nol nllle to give the police n due thtt will aid lu cstubllshlnK her iJentlty. tknnha Inf.at a Cllr- Genero Is suffering from a plngne of •kunks. The animnls Invnded the cItj about the mlildlr of Octolier and hare been moving loward thc business cen¬ tre ever tlnee. The animnls entered the iKiller room of the tleneva Manu- faclMring^ liompany one night. The watchninuViloe nttackivi thein and Ihe fncior,v wffii in consi*<|iience closed for thnv dnvs. .K Srw York d'otral locomotive cut ni-.e of the animnls In two In Ihe Fifth Ward. The locomo¬ tive on Ihr Itlnck IHnmnnd Kxprcss on Ihe Lehigh Vrillev Uallroad ran over annlher In the Sixth Wnrd. The «•- suit Is Ihsl n c.iiisl.lerable portion of the northern niul easlern sections of the clly wire not nttraetlvc .Tohn street wns deserleil nrter a sknuk was killed Ihere a few dnys ago. Ko Traea of Mla.Iat Capl., rhhT-nf roll.-e Mcral... hn« i...a-ihert the effe.ls of Mlsa Kiltie M. I.;iuglillu at her boarding plaee In roughkeepsle. and fonnd «.".Li» In twen yd..Ihr bills of the rntskill National (tank and her pockellwiok .nninlnlne over »<i. No!h- .Ing has l.e.i, li,.ard from Miss Me- Ijiugblin or Jniiiis Waters sime Ihey drove away i.vii nvo w.eka ago In Or. Sttanlirougli's rii: No trace hus U-en oblaineil of the hnrsn and wngon. which was valued ni ftiai. .A blanket ¦m-aa foucd In tbe Iln.N.in Ulver near Hyde Pnrk th.it answer.-.l ih,. descrlp¬ ti.m of the one Ihnt w«ii in the wagon. Miss McLnughlin htd Inien.lc.l to go to relatives In I'hicago the day after she went nut driving with her aweet- hean. and her relatives there tlilnk thai (.he haa met wllh foul pity. THE SABBATH SCHOOL S. F. PEARSALL tjnffim (iM Peat Oilicc FREEPORT. N. Y. gl^Aoy adTvrtiser nm gM a tpai.t> Hke ihit, aad ehange hu adr every r f I par waak, on a youly wutract. Ckipy moil be iu Mooday morning. Naw CMtnty Review Ta Mak. Hl(h tehoal. Fr.. ta All. There were ri i>v-ris In .\ll.any Ihat Oniernor Oddl. In his . ..mln; iiies^age to the Ix'gislaiurj". will recoiiinieud the passage of a law whi.h will iM>rmlt ihildren lo get an <-tl«cttli.n In tny blgh sch.xd of III.. State .\i present tbe parents of pupils not living in t high tchnol disiri-i are compelled to pay a luilleo fee of tbout RJ<> t yetr. The parenls of pupils whj pay tkit turn are chioBy farur.Ts. INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR NOVEMBER 23. Ua aa trtrac* ibtrc Ato 130,000 ttraofttf •tayiafl la homiao. anljrel: ITa. ta tha Dmnkards, Isa, XSTIII., l-tS—Oolil.D T.lt. I.a. axrill,, 1—Meinnrr Xtrao, T—Commenlary an th* Day*. Laaaon. 1. "Woe." Orief, sorrow, miaery, a hea:<T ealnmity. "To thc crown of pndc." By the crown of pride the prophet refer* to .Snmaria. the henutiful capitnl of larnel. Tbe eitv was altunted on the top of a round llill nnd surrounileil by a rich vnlley, "The ilrunkards of Kphinim." Enhraim. th« lending tribe of the nation, hail beeome de- liased in vice. They were a tribe of drrunk- nr.ls, and becnuse m" thia the woe waa upon them, "A fading flower." A very foioib!* figure. Their beautv and glorv would fad* na a flower. "The fat vnllevs." The val¬ leys around ,Snmnria were verv fertile nuH beautiful. "Overcome with wine." Wine cauf-es men to fnll an eaav victim to temp- t/ition. Alcohol deatroya the will power The drunkard hna a hnd eharacter nnd gen. erally enters reckleaaly into the vilcsl sina. Whnt ia overcome? I. l\cnsa-t. Intetn- pernnrc mnUcs fonla nf men. 3, t'on. acience. The moral acuso hr.cnnicfl tlentV entd. 3. Physical powera. The drunknrd indulges in that which entirely unfits hira to meet the ohiignliona that are restins upon him. lie incapncitntea himself for any position nf truat. The pennlty it loat manhood, aoclal dcgradiiti.m, nn impover¬ ished and a desolate home nnd eternal ban¬ ishment from Ood. •i, "The I.ord hath n—strong one." Thii la a reference to the army of the .\8ayrianB, which was soon to come upon them like n devaatating st.irm. The destnidinn would lie complete, like a terrific linU storm or a great flood. 3. "Trodden under foot." Phnlmnneser, with the Asavrian host, invnded, overcame nnd carrii»d the people nway, never to re. turn. It is nn unsolved prohlein to thia dnv where the ten tribes nre; whether they continue to exist or nre entirely extinct. Al! of thia wni because of ain, nnd eape¬ cially the sin of drunlvenness. 4. "As the first ripe fi»." Aa the first ritie fruit wna eager'y Rcired by the fruit gatherer nnd hastily eaten, so Pamnrin would he a delicious mnrael for the .Assy- riant, The imnge expresses in the atrnng- eat msnner the great eaae with whirh Iho invader* would take the rity and the whole kingtlom of Israel, and the eagerness with which thev would scire and cn.isume the prey. It ia still true that trouhle and snr- row like an invading nrmv rome upon nnfl destroy those who might have U-e-t happy and prosnernus hut for strong drink. .1. "l'nto the resi.lue." The prophet now turns from the ten tribes to the Iwo tribes of .tudah nnd Itenjamin, tlie rem¬ nant of fiod's people, who w-ere to continue a kingdom for more thnn UUJ vears nfter Israel w-na carried into cnntivitv. .Ili.iuh wns to he favored and blessed. I'nder Herekiah there was lo be a revival of re¬ ligion. So, to-day, .Tehovah will be "n rrown of glory," an.l "a dia.lem of licautv" to thoae who Iiust His word. 6. ''A spirit nf judgment." A clear lier- eeptinn of Ood's truth. .K clear head ii prnmiaed na w-ell as j^lorv and lieautv. '•Turn the hattie to the gate." Who iiur- sue the fleeing enemy even to the i ery galea of their own cilv. We have a spirit¬ ual warfare to w-age (Kph. II: 12). and w-c are pledged toconquer theworld for rhri.l. Ileware lest we render ourselves unfit fnr militnry aervice by luviirinus habits an.l sinful indulgences. The drunkards nf Kphraim could do nothing to n|i|.use tlio invaders. 7. "But Ihese nlso hnve erred" (R. V.) .Tenisniem na well as fSamnria has her ine- brintes^ and scenes of di^tfiHting intoxica¬ tion. Thnugh her punishment is nnt na near ea that nf the lu.rihern kincdom, there are seen the marks ..f sure .lecline. Note the ellecls of str.uig .Irink p.irtravi'd in this verse: 1. K.rring, wandering into f.irl.i.l.ien wav. and places. 2. Kven th.- reliBioiis teachers led nstrnv. 3. Whollv nK-..rl)eil in appetite. 4. Thev eannot sec tilings na thev are, or judge cnrrertlv, .1. The whnle life is perverteil, Ci.id's minis- ten nee.l a pure heart, a cinn life and a r'iMr vision. , .1 "There is no clean place " The liipinr business is a filthy business, and every one wh.i is engaged in it or hns anvthing tn ilo with it is made filthv by it." The bodv, min.l and snul of the one c.nnected with it hecome pnllulej and corrupt. B. 10. "Whom shall he teach," etr. M.iny regard these verse, as the words used l.y the s.-nffera aa tliev mocked the prm.liet. Thev treat (iod's melho.l ..f d.i'mg with Ihem and warning Ihein bv III" prophets wilh contempt an.l derision. Wl,,,i. s.iy they, dnth He treat us as mere infants inat weaned? Dnth He teach ua like little ch^dren. constantly going nver tlie snnie easj- les.son«. We mual eom-oive vt ne 10 a,i spoken in mi :hlMl*l,. ..f ill- I..M.l, ..n.l menng tone. II "Nav" IR. V.) The prophet's reply licuins wilh thia verse, [..liali ntlarhs them .vith itreal fi.rce an.l rrvenly. turning their own lau,cnage, spoken in morkerv. back upon themaelvea. Yes, it shall lie as vo-j sa.v, ye shall be laughl |.y a strange tnniiiie, ami m a atrange land, whilhrr ynu will he c.irneil mto raptivitv. Then you will be Ioned to learn like cliildren. Vi. "Thl. >a the rest," etc. Ood li given them i-epeated an.l laiihful warnints, pointing oJl lu them llie true rest and llu t, but tliev had cluse.l 111. Alt ACROSTIC Halan ¦, Klektrdton There's a amcll of cooking all over thc house; Hurrah for thc pu.ldmg ami pies. Arranged ou the shelves where not even a mouse Need meddle witll Orandma'a suppliesl Keen glances ateal in at the half-open door, Sly feel, croaa Ihc threshnl.l to see tlrn|>ea, apples md nuts—aurh a temiiting displ.ij-— I Ihink that with me you'll agree, \ cry much of the picaaure Thanksgiving brings la to amell an.l to taste ann to aee; Nor can you deny that on Thanksgiving Ilay Grandmother hoi.la court in a right royal way. /^oW THE <3oVE:KNOK ELPTP BOBBY BY LULU UNTON. IT wns the alack time nt the post- office—the hour Just before nonii, when tbe morning mall bnd nil lieen distributed, -ond tbc clerka Were chatting sociably or reading the nioining papers. The slrl al the general delivery win¬ dow was startled by the sudden In- (lulry: "Sny. Is Uiey anytbiug for the .leiiners?" I.iMiklng tliFougli Ihe window sbe snw a boy, Willi Illg, Ill-own eyes. Just on a level wllh Ihe shelf outsUle, She knew tliore wns no such nnme In the pncknge of letters; lint tu luunnr the little fellow, she looked enivfnily through Ibem, aud answered kindly: ".Not yi't; perhaps It will come to¬ morrow." In the dnys that fnllnwed llie bny cnini. twice ii dny, ami the iinestlon: "Is there nnylliing for the ,Ieniiers'c' enme In be a familiar sonnd In the postnltlee, nnd the clerks lIsleniMl for It with much nmiisenu'iit, luit the girl at the window cnme lo drend It, She wns bauiired by the mouriifnl look thnt en llle Into bin eyes every time she slionk lier lund, and tried lo console liliii one dny by snying: "Yonr Illier will surely come souu; you hnve been expecting It so long." "Letter," be said Fconifnlly, "I never aald I wnnted n letter; I want n bundle, nnd I wnnt It prelly soon. Ion, I've been 'specllng It n Inng time, nml —and—I'm jnst tlrud nf ynu slinking yonr hend, I am." The tldlnnt Utile Voice ended with sonietliing like ii snb. The girl nt the pnstofflee window enme tliinugli Ihe dnnr Into the outer oltice, nnd tnklng Ilobliy's hnnd nskeil kindly: "lind you written to sniiieone to semi you somethlngV" Seeing the look of syinpnlliy on In'r face, he tnld her nil about It, "Ynn see, It's tills wny; .\lnmma used to let mi. writi. to Snnta rinns nml tell blni wlint I wnnted nt Christmas time, and I nlwnys g..t somi'llilng—thnt wns when 1 WIIS n llttle fi'ller" (slrnlgliteii- Ing Pnck his slionlilersl. ".My tendior hns been Idling nhout the man thni runs Thanksgiving, nnd she rend n let¬ ter he Imd In Ihe pnpers telling the lunple when to thanksglve nnd nil thnt. mill 1 nsked her wns he n renl snre- ciii.ugli ninn m- If he wns Jnst n init-np Jnll like Snnin I'Iniis. Sin. Just Iniirliiil mill Inngheil, nml then she sliiiwed mi- Ills picini-e In the jinper, nnd he wns .lnst a ninn 'Ilimit no white benrd llki- Smila's, mill she snld they enlled lilm Onv nor. He Inokcil so kind mid good out of Ills eyes. 1 Just thongbt maybe lie would help us a llllle If be knew llow hard up we was this fnll. Mam- iiin can't wash ns mnch ns sbe used tn. mill 1 inn'l help muih yet; so I wrote a letter to the (iuvnnr one dny when mamma had gone to the Judge's tn blip eleau house. I' made up my en- v'lup onl of paper like I wrote my letter on; the teacher In the lirst mom shnwed me llnw, but 11 ilidn't stick giio.l, nnd I'm nfrald It lost my I<.|t,.i l.llt nnd the (Inv-iior didn't get It, and It's only one nmre wiek Illl Tliauks- glvlng." llis voice treinldeil, mid the girl tnnieil her hend for n ninmeiii tn ghi. lllm n I han.e to choke back the tears. "Where lllll yon mull yonr letter;" she asknil. lle pninted to a tluy crack under tlie shilf nf the general delivery window "llight here." he snld. "1 couldn'I rendi the holes wliero thc big folks put Ilielr letteis." The girl told lllm to rnn along home anil try to be pntlent, nnd iiinybe the answer wonld come yet before Thnnks giving. .'(lie hnslened hack to her window, and pulling out the stamp drawer renehed In behind It nnd fniiiid n ernmpleil paper It wns llol.l.y's let. Ier to the (iuv'nor. It dropped nut nf liln ciivvh.pe Into her Inp. nnd she nnd the pitiful aii peal; then Inking t sheet of paper sli.' wrnl.': ¦ Oear Sir: This Iniiinrlant hiter lins been inlslnld In nnr ..ttlie. Iiii 1 li,.p, It Is not loo Into for you to auswer It iK'fore Thnnksglvlng. "Ymirs very Irtil.v, "Tur Otn'. at tiif. (in tcr Wimmiw." She fnl.bd this Inside Bobby's letler, fastened the cnrners of the hrown eii- speclnl delivery stnmp on Ihe biowu envelope, too. The (Governor's mail wns lirnnglit to lllm nt breiikfnst time. In the imckago was the Queer brown envelope, nud the (icvefuor opened It lirst out <if curloslt.v. He rend It through once and smiled. He read It again nnd whistled softly; then tbc elilldrt-u enlled for nn cxplnuatlun, nud he rend It nloud, "Henr Ouv-nor; I am n boy, but I am uot nfrnde of you, for yuu look good out of yore eyes. The tencher lold nie abnut ynu beln' tbe man Ihal good newa thnt Ilobliy's father wat going home fur Thanksgiving. "(Inlng home; wbere has be l>een?" were tlie eager (inestlons, and the (iov¬ ernor answered sadly; "Jenner made a mistake one time, nnd tbey sent bim away from bnme for a long time, to mnke him anrry for It," "Oh, pni>n, hns he been In prlsonT" asked Winifred In nn nwed tone. The (invernnr nodded; then he told Ibem how very sorry .lenner bnd Ix-en for Ihe wrong be bad dune, and th«'y were letting him out before bis sen¬ tence was out. on account of his good behavior. He hnd been to see Jenner and hnd shown llohby's letler to him. aud Jenner had cried like a baby over It. When the chlldivn showed the Oot- eruor Ihc huge bundle they had ready to send, he snld It would never go througli the mall. Their fnces eloudeil, for they hnd talked so mneh of Hobby's surprise, when lie nskcd for his mall, and the girl nt thc window gave blin the bundle. All nt once qnlck-wllted Winifred thought ot a plnn to overcome the dimeulty, "We win hnvc Hobby's father eome here for the bundle when he starts lininc; be can go lo Hie postnlllce nnd wnlt for Ili.bliy nnd cnrry the bundle hnme nnd won't Hobby's mninma be surprised'/" This plan met the approval of tho coinniittee and It was settled. In the niennllme. Hobby trudge<I to the olllce every dny, morning nnd evening, nnd asked; "Ain't they any. thing for Jenners yet?" His lone grew discouraged, nnd tbe girl nt Ihe windon founil It hard work to comfort lilm niii Thiinksghin' and 1 tlin't yun w'u'd wnnt nil yore iK'ple tu have n good time nnd we nln't got enny turkey or enny thing like tbe leniher rend ubont the pe'ple hnv'n, I don't ker mncb fer Ibem things If you an'l gnt eiiuff lo go 'round, but luninnia neiuls a new dress iiffel bnd, and a shall, she nii't got enny to keep her warm when we carry the dose •linme; nud 1 nn't got no overcnie nr niltt'ns; luit If yim an'l gol enny my sIsc It's nil rite. 1 nm Just jinsi i Ighl, but 1 mil 1..Iiil.nl Mg in my ng-. 1 w'n'dn't nsk f..r sv mu.li, but I an't g..I nn pnpn like tbe iillicr Lnys. nml I Ihot ynn w'n'd see thnt we w'u'd iieiil ninre help than boys Hint's got papas. I nst my niaiiimn nnet why I nn't gnt no papa nnd she cried and sed he went ..uid 1 on in their uncied ns-iurity to •certain de- ttruction. 13. "And fail h.a. kw^rd," etc. Tlirr had had great liuht, an.i Um made theiu great iinners, aud tiiey deserved a terrible punishnietit. Thouglit* -The miseiy of this life cmiei ftom >atan. 'Ihe way t.i keep out ol iun is to ttaist templation. Ih-uiikennea. i« the mean* by which tha devil drags down to jwrdltlon iKjth young and old. Ohristiana who follow the llibl* will lie total absum- en.. The piit-.t* were f..'rhid.len ta drink Bine; w* are j,ne.n (1 l',t. 2: 31, tiierefore *e ought lo avoid It. Ciod'a veovpe are to rome oat trom th. world and br aeparate trnm tui and a.aurrt. 2 ( ..r «: 14 18. Al¬ though Hi* i^ni.le are in the worid. yet Ihey ar« not of the world, .b.hn IT: 13. Our worM is staggenng under the awful rura. of alroholii.ni I'hc li.juor tratflr is t .-am-er eating tk* very itic out of Ki.-ietv, It. destroys tbe moral, of the muntrr hogkts wherever it I..u< hes. I'hri.iians .annot .ini«*e it too .trnngly The aancti.ia t.. the whole*al« -and retail murder of help¬ less human l-eingt, thmuiih tbe heenaed aa- l.von. i. euough to bran.l u. a. hyi«vnt<». an.l bring upon na tb* judgmenta of an of¬ ten.led (I0.I The man nh.. aaneti..n. the I rath.- l.y hu vot« n a partaker of all lU rvil. a-Jotnaat. la ra. atnta.pb.r*. Re»i.iea oxygen, nilnvgen an.l carlvmie acid. Ihere are preaeni m the atm.^i hart fire otber element*—trjoo, Bton, btiialDy kniptoQ tod xtaoa- nwny when I wna n luiby and an'l got hack. I'lc'sc seud these Ihings If you got plenty, so we can iliniiks;;ne. too, "Yore fr'cuil, Il.ir.I;v .li.N.MIi. "P. S—I like randy, but I don'l eier linvc enny." ' ^a'x Wi..n the (Inverlior hnd fliilslnil rending ilm Ivilcr he was biiileged by the i-l.iMreu: "Vou v,lll, won't you, pa|in'' Yuu won't dlsappnlnl the llltl<> fdlow; Just Ihink, he kin-w ynu wer.- so gnnd Just frnm seeing yonr picture. Sny, let US get the things; wo cnn lit, the oVercni nnd iiiiliens mi our Itoliby, ; lies Jnst past eight nnd l.ig for his nge; m.d oil, pnpn, w.nt y.'.i let ut teud ; somo things he didn't nsk f..r';" I The dilldnn were all lalkl'ig at ..n. e "Il.illi on." -nld the Oovernor. 1 havcnl sa.d that 1 would seud the ili\ii:;s that lie dill ask for jet." 11 Ifi nwn Uiibliy looked up Inin his face an.l i-nid gravdy: -I ihink .v.u ¦«-..n'l l.e g.K..l like }.iiiV Ilk I ure In.jka If y..n dohi." This sis.. h setib-d Ihe question, nnd r..iirte<'n year old Wlnlfn-d wn« ;i| [...inteil ihalrtiinn of tin pin. Imsiiig . iiiimllKe by the Otivcrn.ir. whn gaii her n bill Ihat fint Uuni all flying at llim. lllllll Ik- fled dnwn ihe sleps to k.-ep from U-liig miotbered by Ihdt I rapinroua enil.rn. I-s. vdiipe with mudiage, tddres»(.<l It 1 At the en.l of Ibe we..k the comn.'tj Iimix-rly. and taking n stamp from her ue agreed that Ihcy hnd u<wr bnd Of, vwn stamp Ismk put it on ilt.> eorm-r. g.Msl a time tu their lives bcfure. She look uut ht-r pur»e and lonnted Tbe Oovernor lanu- hum-- with nn hi>r icauty tav Ingi; Itieii the put a I'.nporinnt air OQe uighl, and calling - "m j dlmt la tlM tramp drawer aiul pui a iLe cUililrco nrouui] Llffl, loU tlirto tbt- "WHEN THE OOVEBSOR HAD FlMSHEI) RFADINO THE LETTER Hr WAS BE- SIEOKIl llV THE 1 HILDKEN," She felt a Ililler resentment towan" Illc (iovernor, who hnd paid uo heei) III the little fellow's appeal. Thanksgiving nmrning cnme, Jen ner took the enrly trnlu fur Innne. nni' when he renehed the Iuwu he went slrnlgbt lo Ibe poslofllce. Ooliig tc the general delivery window, lie askeil the girl If she was the person who had forwarded a letler to tlie (Ioveruor She nnswered "Yes," In n Burjirlsed tone; then he slinwed Inr the liundlf mill told ber that he wag Uobby't fntlier. The girl was delighted with the good news, mill nsked Jeniie/ to wall Inside the OlHce. Hobby was later Ihan usunl; he enme with a Ingglng slep and n snd llttle face. Jenner caught his lirealh hard ns he snw his Imby, giiiwn so large. Biibl.y dill iiul nsk tbe usual questlun, l.llt looking up Into tlin girl's kind face, snlll: "I guess It nln't nn nse tu UKk; It's Inn Inte now, and I guess they ain't ever going tu be anytiilng for the Jenners" The gill came out of the ofllce, fol¬ lowed by JeniK-r with Ihe bundle. She shnwed Hubby the address In big letters mid said: "Yon see the tiovcriinr sent ynu such a big Thnnksglvlng, he had In send a man tn cirrry It home for you. Will you sLuw him the wny?" She laughed through ber tenrt at Iho boy's glad anrprlsa. Hnbliy reached np nnd took the big mnn's band cnnfidlngly; not knowing who It was, he led Ihe way home, mul ll,. I. wns glnd Tlianksglvliig for "The Jenners, "l.adleg" World. ran*;'* PHirht. Miss I'Irkley "1 tliuught yuu tald ler riimiksglvlng ilinner could unt pot- nil.ly l.e 11 success?" mVs. Crltl.-ize-"! did. Hul I bad no means uf kiinwliig Hint her roast tiir- kiy wnuld nil liliiilnlly go Ihruugh her nil at chopper. " Ilnrpers Hazar, AtolIIuqajr. I am a turkev, Alll therr..W.I Kxienils such piHi-e, I should he proud Hut I am not. Ullh all I've heard I >. l.h I were A huniniu,^ I.inl 1 'jf#|lfe*Cf» tAT, is THIT AXTTBIXO rOB JENSERt?" iiir • ^^^iiLr '^^*^ "* H FmOD OBDEB NOUIFIEO School ot Magnetic Healing Wins in the Federal Supreme Court. DECISION IS REVOLUTIONARY Instlea PM.kham.iriiA DallTcml IboOpla- lon. aay* That th* ElBcaer of Abt Par- tlcalar Method ol Troatmant of DIaeaa* la Not a Mattar Par tha Dfelalon or th* l*oatiiia*t«r-G*a.r*l—Caa* Paaaad Upon Washington. D, C—.\ novel and Im- (sirtant dedslon, covering subjecl mai¬ ler not herelofore passed upou by 'ourls of law, was hnnded dowu by the Supreme t'ourt In the case of J, H. Kelly and Ibe .Unerlcnii School of Mag- eeilc Healing, of Nevada, Mo., ugalnsi ,f. M. Mc.Vniiulty. postninsier at that plnce, to prevent the latter from exe¬ cuting the 'fraud order" Issued by the PosIoBlce Ilepartment against the de¬ livery of mall to that Institution. The opiuiou wus dellviTci) by Ji'stlce Peck- ham. The effect of thc decision upon the nt- lltnde of tile Deparlmenl In Ihe matter nt protecting the malls from fraudu¬ lent use Is levolutlouaiy. as It prnetl- I'lilly declares the hroad iirlnclple "for (he publle gootl" to be Inoperative where the fra^idulenl character of the scheme Is a niatter of opinion nnd not yt fact, and then It Inys dowu the prin¬ ciple that the elBeaey or effeet of cer¬ tain medical or healing treatment is purtdy a inatter of opinion nnd not of fact, and clearly outside of tbe jioweril nf the PoBluintler-Oeiicral lo deter- mine. The right of Ihe courts to re- vh'W the actions of the executive de partnienls In such matters Is also es- lalillahed by the decision overtiirulug Ihe preseut practice. The opinion Is of mure than ordinary Inlerest beeause of Us bearing ou the doctrine nud prnctlce of Christian Sci¬ ence lieallug, which Is on trial In sev¬ oral Stales under the laws agninst inal- praetlce. While the decision does uot ri'fer to tbe Chiistian Science School by name. It does go Into tbe qaesllon nf mental healing nnd also takei»-lip Ihu iineslloiis of treatment by clectrleltj'. vaccination, homoeopatliy nud even the "regnlar sehool." The case was one of the most no¬ lorlous fraud orders passed upon by the Postotnce Department. The American School of Mognetic Healing waa oou dueling an exlenslve buslnest upon the "absent treatmeut" plnn. pretending, upon payment of certain fees, to heal illsease nt a distance by niental process, .\fter nn Investigation by Inspectors, the Postniaster-tieuernl Issued nn or¬ der declaring the business a fraudulent one, denied the eoncoru the use of thc malls on Hint ground, and directed thu return of all nuill matter addressed to the school. Kelly, Its geueral manger and Secre¬ tary, brought action lu the United Slates tlourt for the Western Diatriet of MIttourl for an Injuuetlun to re¬ strain Ihe execution of tlie Depart¬ uient' Border, nnd when that eourt de¬ nied his petition he appealed to the Supreme Court on the groundt. niuoug ulhei-s. that the law under which Ihe Postniaster-Oeneral had acted wns tin- eonstltutinnal. because It deprived hlin (Kellyl of property wllhout due pro¬ cess of Inw. nnd made the postiuasters nnd Posliunster-Oeneral Ihe sole Judges of Ihelr uwu cases. Wllhoul passin-^ on the constltutionni questions rnised. the court reversed the decision of the lower court and directed It to hear evi¬ dence upou the legitimacy of the bush uess condneteil by the seliool. While the legal olllcera of tbo Post- oHlee Departnicnt are greally surprised nt (he oplniou, they consider the case Btlll unsettled. The court, from their stnndpolnt, did nnt pnss upnn Ihe main ipiestion npou which Kelly took an np- p.'ul, nnmely, Ihe coustltulluiiallly nf the act nnder which Ihe Postmaster- Oeneral proeiH'ded, Then, too, tbey jinlnt out, tin- court did not pass on tin nierlla of tbe case, thnt Iieing referred bnek to tbe lower courl. The Postiifllci! iilllilnis are nppie. henslvc that under the decislnn Ihey will be liunble to In the fiilure pro- oH'd against tin. hnnd Investniout and get-rlcli-quiek nssodnllous, ns ou Ihe same basis It would lie dlfllcult to prove us a mailer of fact and not of npinion, Uiat they were of frniidulent Intiiit. Dactin* In Cotton PriMia. Cottou pHcet have decllued Iwentj pointa, or oiieflfUi nf a ceut per pound, as a result of bearish tpecida- tlve sentiment Influenced by enlarged crop estlinatct and continued full re¬ ceipts at imrlt. nlthough the latter had not quite equaled the morement for the corresponding week Inat year. There Is still much uncerlnluty ns to the yield, ns Is Indicated by "expert" estimates ranging all Ihe way from l(.ii to twelve, million bales. Swede Dl*. R«.enlng an Amerlean Flat- John Nystrom. n Swedish sailor on the I'nlled Stales Army trantport Sum HIT, nt Snn Krancisco. Cal.. sacrlfleeil Ills life wlille nitenipting lo save an .Vinerican flng which had been torn by a gust of wind from the stern of Ihe vessel's steam launch. He plunged Into the water and got thc banner. Inn was caught by the stroug ebb tide and drowned liefore he could be reached !iy a boat. Hig lawa Cattle Plnn Pall*. C. C. nigler A Sons, of Poweshiek Connty, Iowa, hnve assigned for the benefit of Ihelr rredlturt. The linbill¬ lles are fllNi.OOO and thc astett are placed at fiiki.ima. For yeart they iiave been Ihe largett breeilera of thor- niighbred Short-Uoru rattle In the West. n.w Irlah Part/ Ponaail. 'I'he pvolt of Jasjier Tully from Ihe Irish Pnrllnmentnry leadership of Wll- litiq O'Hrien bat led to tbc furniiog of n new Irish ptrty under Timothy Ilenly. wliuse |iolicy ,'• announced as that of eunimon seuse aud uiotleration. (Inly nine luemliert h,"" Jolnei] It so far, but eighteen mnre mc said to he ready to adhere to It, twlM Mlalalar Kamatl. Kernand do .Marlheray, Becretary ol Legation at Kouie, has lieen apisdnled Swiss .Minister lo tbe L'uited fltatci. rremlaeat PeapU. M. Itouvler, the preient French Min¬ ister of Finance, coniinenced life ns a book ng>"nt. .K French Iranslttloii of Presiilent ll.i.iRi-velt's iKMik. "The Strenuous Life," Is arousing wldesprend Intercut iu Paris, Prufessor -M. I. Pupen, of Ciiluiiiliia I'niversiiy, who InveuUnl Ihe ix'eon tel- I plioiie, started his eareer lu Amerlcn as a Turkish baiL attendnul. Or .Nanseu. the Arctic explorer, nn¬ ii..micct a isdar ex|>edlt'nn fur next l.-nr to exidore King Wllllain Laud, nil the east coait of (•reeulaud. Senator Hotr llvet on land In Wor. lister. Mast., that wat formerly owuej l.y Juha Hauc-oc-k, tbe patriot. The Uuke of Huceleugh It one of ilie rlchert nublameo lu tbe wurld. He owna t'k).OlMi arret of land aud bat t yearly Income of over fLIMMl.OUU. Spetker Henderson bat nollHetl the trusteea of L'piier lowt I'nirertlty et Fayette, bit almt nitler. tbtt be do- uaira hit entile private llbrtry to tlie tullegr. Mrt. Hetty (Jrecn, Amcrlca't lald-to- te rlcheti womtn. baa iMlltnled fore- I'lotnre if a f IZjOOO mortgage on u Clii¬ cago cbnreta, aaylag. "4U I wtst lg ur IB0IM7—>stf IMartM." JOSEyELT'S HONT EHB. PresiJent Breaks Camp Without I Shot at n Bedr. WILL STAY LONGER NEXT TMC ! ne R.malnt Till Ihe Latt Maaa ft Bal Brnln Ol.ee Him tha ailp—Ma Uaril llla PartT a Chaae Hath la Bit ttate and Kay* He Had a Flaa OaHaB t Deer Secnred. Smeiles, Miss.-President RooacT«'lt'a lirar hunt In Mississippi It end*d, Md be has not had eveu a thot pi'ii'SSx. The last day of the rhnte waa alMipIr a lepetltlon of tbethrecprecodlng dajra, ' so far ns his luck wnt coiicernwl. Ttjr ,||s the hunters would, tbey could Mat gel a bear within range of thc Prcii* dent's rifle. The dogs got n freth trnll early la llle niorning, nnd the rretldent and Hnlt Collier followed It half a doaen miles to the Big Sunflower RItrer. Tha bear crossed a mile lielow lb* ford. 1't'y weul to Ihls point, and, liellaThH the bear wna making for the can* brake ou the other side, tliey en(l<«a»- ored to head It off. When they got Into Ihe brake, however, they were dla- gusied to flud that the liear bad doubled on lis trneks and rroaaed the river allll further down. It wat tben 1 o'elock. and at nrrnngenienta had lieen made to break' camp at tM o'clock tbe President wat relnctantljr Toiii|ielie<I to r.bandon further patanit »f the elusive quarry. While tbe President 'wnt oat after iH'ar, Major Helm. Dr, Luug and Sec¬ retnry t^ortelyoii had n more aucceaa¬ ful deer drive on this tide of the Bi|t Sunflower Klver, They Jumped up t buck and a d(M>, Major Helm killed Ihe latter from Ills horse at nbout forty yards. Although the President hat failed to kill a bear nn thla expedlllon. he baa enjoyed Ids outiug. nnd tpetkt In higb praise of the hospitality that haa lie«n accordeil lilm. He phllotophlcally at- irlbnled bis Ill-fortune to tbe tradi¬ tional hunter's luck, nnd tayt Ihe nett time be goes nfler hear he will arrange to stny long enough for thc luck to ehange. The deer killed on the last day and the bear killed ou the day before will lie taken lo Washington on tbe tpedal train. Old Iteiiius. the greatett dOg In tile pack, whose latt bunt wat abMd of the President of tbe United dtatca. was badly used up. nnd with aareral of the wounded dogs wat put In one of the wagons. When all wns In rendlnett the Preal¬ dent and Ihe meniliert of the party innunied Ibelr Iiorses aud rode Into Sinedcs, lenviUK the wagout to follow. The Piesideut It n btrd rider, and (ba paee was rapid. In tplte ot tba tad trails. The diatance. trblcb It twy twelve miles, wat covered In leta tbta an hour, I'pou the Pi-esldent't arrival hera b« found fully noo people, practically all the negroes from the surrounding plgn- tatlnns, nssembled lo greet bltn. He thanked Ihein for their demonitraljoba, but made uo roiunrks, Tbey waited around Ills ear on the siding unlll tlark, hoping be would make a tpeeck. Mr, Flsh nt night gave a dinner In hit private enr to tke Prt>tldent and members of bis pnrty. At 0,110 o'eloek the special started for Memnblt, hartng ndded the reconl of n Pretldentlal lieai hunt to the fame of ttmedei, wbleb flrst became known to the ontaldt world tbrougli the atilry tbat h«r* tbt experiment of teachlug monkeya to pick cotton wat to be tried. FIGHT ON MORMON AS UNATOR. The MInttlertal Alllanea la TMia Caaa M Congrat* If h'iceilarg. Rnlt Lake City. Utah,-Tbe Ulnl* terlnl Alllauce of Salt l,Jike City I* making preparations for n vlgoroM flghl agninst the election of RoM Smoot. the apiisile, to the United Btatai Senate, and, falling In this, to carry tiM flght agninst bim to the halla of CMl- greas. A plau for orgaulaed effort Ot this Ilne has lieen oulllued. and Win ba tnkeii np nt the next inevllng of IlM Alllauce, Tbu geueral Idea It to mak* n flght slmllnr 10 Hint waged agnlntt Hrlgbnni II, Itobertt In the Houaa. .Not only will Ibe cato lie broUgbf before the iiou-MorinnnH of the 8tat4 bul If rlie flght Is iiHsiicceitful In tb« Leglslnture an attenipt will ha madt to make .Mr, Kmoot't election a Nt- tlunal Issue, nud a petitiou will bf ilrnftcd to Congress, nsklng that Mr. SiniHit, ns n high ofllcinl of the lloraum t.'hurcli, be not iierinltled to take t teat ln,the Senate. INTENSELY COLD IN EUROPE. London «w*pt by Hlllna Wlada-Mnllag In Aaatrla. a.rman|i ami tallltllaM Londnii. Inlense cold hat tet la tlinuighniil Knrope, aud In Bngland the Ihrrmumeter atnndt at thirty-twa degrees Fabri.iiliell. ue(.oin|iaoltd by lilting enslerly winds and ttorma along ilie cuast. Slmllnr reporlt come from Oerninny and other eountrlet. and ia Austria winter bat como uuprecedently early. Fourteen degreet KabrenbaM are recorded In VIeunn, and Ibe weatb¬ er Is sllll colder lu Hohewla, MomvU and Onllcln, There bat lieen a heary fall of anov nu the Seiuuierlng Patt lo Ibe AnatriM Alps. The Adrlailr It helng awept by ail Icy gale, and Ibe rivera In Baiala are fi'ngen over. Kknllng la general la Ansl ria and In Rwllaerlaiid. wbllo hi Southern Uutsia on lutente black froat tlirealent tile wboletale dettroctlon ot Ihc youug winter cropt. Pea*, ll.aiored la Maraaaa* The latest news from Telaan. MO- rociv. Is Ibnt Ihe Sultan hat ordagad the I'asba uut to proceed againat tb< Kahlyes, who have returned etolaa property aud releaaed pritonera talMa duriug the uprising. Pined Par Vtlas One Tawal an tlmotoom. Judge Brauuleln, lo tbe .-tanletaMl (.'ourt, at iluflfalo, .N. M., haa banfcd d(wu a decision flndlng Anthony MMf^ ftto, an Italian barber, guilty of vAmm ' a siugle towel ou tbe facet of tIM cnsiouiera, tud luipoting a Bne of tA.m, Mavtr Ulaaaiagt Newspaiier giieatlDg contaata fcav* beeu iliclarcd legal by Iba lapatlW Cuurt nt Cincinnati. Ohio. It la nnuounced that a good Maay more valuable coal bedt Imto l."en dltcovered at BoaarlO) bi tka dnu. 1'ranee hat granted paaaloaa it widowt uf civil tud mllilary iMtmAt who loat Ibelr llvct lu tbe MWtMqna dbasfer. The rulvcrtlty of Chicago tgr<.<'d to tbiorb the Bntb Cullege If the latter raltca tljaOlijmt tf next July. Muttoiiuo, tbe coudenntid ItaNbn bti- gaad. It ttarrli>g himaelf to daatb. Thc trteual gronnds at ladbiaapalllL lnd.. hare liceo boogbt tor a taehabw t< hool for (UiO,000. Tlie clly of Bloomlaglon. IIL. || building a big acboolboata all oa mmt floor ill tare cbddrea Iba strain tt tltlr cliuihlng. Klectric tralga oa tba inllltary railroad bava fully mn at a spaed of ullet per honr. It Is reported tbat tto DaM <!•*. emmrot bas ssewad tto ttmt Mf tweair-Sfs yean t« MM Utttm MbagftM toati. ^ lail -.]
|Title||Nassau County Review 19021121|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19021121|
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