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• - V:ol. 1. DAYTON, OHro, APRIL 20~ 18o9 . .. _ ·--... -------~- .. - Too many men make t lwir bovt' feel that Uwy are of lit tk~ or ;10 Encourage your Boy. "\1'c t;:lW i:iOme yearci aμ:o at. tlH:' A Parrot Story, Ol INGER IS THE Wilbur Wright - - - - - Editor account \\~~1i.~~ th y .c?·c. boys. Lay Orvl'lle .,.Wr1' O'ht - - - : P ,bl' h , I :i C~J)()t1 w111ty on a lm~·, an1l }1(' Ca~tlc <ii' 1aernarrnn in 1Jorth PHOTOGRAPHER. \rah'8, •t parrot that ~pok in tlm.~~, o 1 1 s Cl w1· 11 l t . ' . ,. I . . 11 <·e 11 in .t m~l!1111 sp1nL la11gua~e:: French, English, and \\'" elsh; antl \Ve have rend 1nn11v ----- Cor. Third and Jefferson. • TERMS :-Qnartcr of year, twenty centH. On no <H'COlllll iμ:nor<.' tlwir cli}-;p0- .'il ion to inn·Hiignk. Jlclp them wonderful Hlorie · iu regard t~> \\'hnt Yaifou: parroln have said lm1 never anything: funnier t lian tlii~: · nm DA Y'r01 , OHIO. Railroad Sociability. to under:f<lll(l things. I~1H·ot1nl~l' them to u nclcn;taml wl1:d l h 'V <ll'P about. \V c are too apt tCJ tr~at a boy's t-5( eking aftn kno'lvle<.1μ;" as mere idle curio:::ity. •·Don\ ask WES'T SIDE Bnilfiln[ Association, "Speaking about the sociability of questionf:;'' is poor adviee to bovs. railroad travelers,., said the man If you do not explain puzzli,ng with the crutches and a watch things to them, you oblige them Two Engli.·h sailors w •nt n hore wiih tlwirparrot inn .fopcinese pori to see one of the fc.nnons jugglers. At eYery trick one of the sailors would say,'' I Tow, wasn"tthat ·lever? \Yonder what he'll do next?:' After a larn·e number oi'trick", followed each time with the same re- 1033 \VEST TIIIHD STREET. Open l\fon<l.ay nnd Tuesday e- pocket OYCr his eye, "r: 11CYer got so \vell R.cquainted with the passengers on a train as I did the other day on the l\Iilwaukee and St. 1">aul Railroad. \Ve were f!Oin~ at the rate of about thirty mi10r; an hour, and another trnin from the other to make many experiments before they find out; and ihongh experimentnl knmYledge is he:::t h1 one se1rne, jn another it is not, for that 'lvhich can be explained clearly (locs not need experimenting witl~. If the pri11ciple iirrnlYed i · undermark, the juggler made a mi::;take venings. a~1d ch:o!)ped a burning stick on a Now issuing paid up stock which pile of fireworks. The bornbf4 ::mtl ._ ~ pavs a semi-annual dividend of cracker· exploded, tore off a part ! · diredion tele::i~Ol e(1 us. ,,~ e were stotld, there is no further trouble, all thmwn into each other's sod- and 11ie U(}y can g(> ahen<l intc11i~ of the thatched roof, dispersed the 7 %. audience, and scorched the parrot's tail-feathers. The explosion was Samuel L. Herr, Pres., hardly over when the parrot called J. 0. Patterson, Sec. and Atty., · ety, and brought into innnedfote sociμl .contact, so to opeak. ''I \vent oyer anrl sat in the lap Jf ~ uC,l'}Jlll 11t ~<.tct. fr 1,1 ;.hHrit .ba, and a girl f'rnm Ul1icn~·o \n:nt over nine sent,' mhl . :ii down 011 th0 plug- lwt of a lJl'('< <'her l'ro111 La Crosse, with . o much ti1i1i<l, girfo:J1 enthusiasm that it sl10\'('<1 his hat clean down o\·er his ~hou1cl1.::~r~. "EYe1yl:ody· Sl'emecl to lay nf:itlc the usual cool re~erYe of stranger;:;, and we mnde ourselles entirely al ho~ie. . ''A ·hy young man. with anema- <.: j(I~( d ( n-c]ot11 rnfo:c, ~mddenly left his own seat aml went over and ·sat do,vn in a lunch-basket where a bridal couple seemed to l r WH'Ptlir!" \Yi:J, +l, ·!::!:st picnic. Do;,,_'· · ~ ' ; , . : ... ~ J.eticent young man.wot.~~·~~--.~ done such :i thing on ordinary occn ::;i('l~:-'.' Do you think if he had been nt a celebration at home he 'voulcl have risen impetuously and goue where those people were eating by themselves and sat clo\vn jn th~ cranberry jelly of a total stranger! I should rather think not. ""\Vhy, one old man, who probably, at homo, led the class-meeting, and \vho wa. ar1 dignified as Broth~r Jones' father, Wl:lb eating a piece of cui:;tard-pie when we met the other train and he left his own seat and went uver to the front end of the ear and ohct that piece of custard-1)io into the ear of a beautiful wiclow from low[). · Pecple P«.1.Yc'ling somehow forg, d 1 he ~:n~8L .. rity of lheir homes i m1 form ncquaiui.an~ s that sometime: s ln:st U1rough Jife.-Lw•w1zie Boom era n !J. gently. Do not ·wait f ,r U10 h<ff to oTow up before y011 begin to treat nhim out: " Kc)w, \Vasn't that clever? won<l·'l' what he'll do next?" . ~· 11 1 (; 11!. _\: i·1·op ·r amounr of confidl'tH.:(', and wor h; of n- Whn.t Made the :Mini,Jter Laugh. <'0111-.1gc>m0ni nncl n<.1vi1·e, and ~·fre him to :11Hler.sbmd tlw1 .vou trust "WPli brethren," t,Hid a ]1aine him in many w:1y:, hl·! 1),:::; to n1:1ke rnini:J1.·r to ~OllH' oflij:-; fellow-cYana man ol' him lonμ: h('f'ore Ju,' i~ n gelists '· I nevC'r wn o·uilty of mnn in either :-;tat me or yc:1r 6 • Ja11i.rhi11p; in the pulpit lruL ~mce. .James \V. Booth, Treas. ALF A RIES' MEAT w- 1 1 ~KET, 1107 West Thin1 Street. -::_-;_-__ -...:.:.::.::::.::::;::_:,-..;·===:::====== SIDWELL & SALISBURY, Gi, c him tools, ;1 i1cl Jei him find l".3ome years ngo I had iu my conout for hirnself whether lie has got 1 gregc.1tion on old man who ~niverany me ·hanical ta::;te or not. Do sally ·went to R1eep in church and not diticotm:ige him, as pn1·ents are snored ,·er~~ loudly throughout the D R U G G I S T S , avt to do, l>;: sayin~, ''Oh. it is no entir<" sen il'e. One Sunday morn- 1140 \Yest 'l'hird. St. 11::::0 for )'OU to try to <1() :mything fog' ~lnncing jn his direction, I saw ------with tools, I mffcrhan~ any taste him ns mmal, \\ith his hcnc1 bad-, that way, ancl of com·8c yon Iwve enjoyinμ: a nap, and right above not." If a boy iirnls he cnn make him, in the gallery, sat a young a few art~cles with hib hand, it man rolling a large quid of tobacco ten<ls to make him rely on himself. around in his mouth. A.s I looked And the planning t1wt is ne•..:es""-uy he took it out, and pres~3ing it ini o for the c.xecntion cf t!L \rnrk i:.; a a Lall p0i.~cd it cr.xefnlly uYeT 'the • discipline and an edncaiion of great open mouth below. I became so value to him. The future ·welfare interested in the proceedings that and happiness of the boy depends I 'forgot to continue the sermon, on the surroundings of his youth. but stood watching the ymmg man. ·when he arrives at that period in \Yith a wicked smile he took careAND flONERS constantly arriving at S. J. Mnlf ord's Now STORE, 1105 West Third St. F. M. NIPGEN, DEALER IN his life when he is obliged to fol nim an Cl dropped it squarely inchoose what profession or what to the old man's mouth. "With a line of business to follow, it is gnlp-1?-1P the sleeper started up liig:hly important that he J10nlcl and with face as red as a beet iake no false step. And if in his nrnhcd from the house. The peoyouth he has cultivated n tr.ste for plc no douht, were horrified1 but I any pmticular branch, ihe choi .e I coulrl not Imm kent from lmwhinO' of a profession or lmsinet<:-5 will be I if a tm-rm1 had hn;1μ; oYe:r my lwaJ made more easy.-... '1r('Ju'tect ('nrl re:'dy io fall. The old 11ian <lid DRUGS,~ EDICINES, Building .LYeu,s. , nn1 c.:umo l);ttk for seYera1 Sundays, ----- , and when he did ho changed his "\\, 7 ]wn n. railronJ fr; lo ·be hnflt I sent and remained \vicle awake." CHEMICALS, FA.i:'"CY AND TOILET ARTIQ~ES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, Choice Tobacco and Cig'.lrK. jp ... \ni0ricn, the :fir"t. tf in•( to de' ici I - -- - to i 1l'("<1k the ground, ,1·: :,.his dc·GC' ~t ]i._, \, c11 ·t 1bine:; pl t d 1'a lling in- Physiciun.» pre~ei·:pti r.s cmefully com- . ' t • · l poumle<l, and or•\<-~'H a11:-;we:ed with \\ H.il grea ceremonv. fw iw.\.t tt• <~n u :::,; Js thd 1 _1( a;'c r:-1ge 1uu11 , c ('rtt·c ~ 1lll <lisp: tch. thing is 1v l>rc~ik the· ~liarc lwlders. do<' s nd take the~ trouLI2 to climb ] S. W. Cor. Fifth and Williams Sta w lich is done ·witlwu t c< i'emony." I out again.
V:ol. 1. DAYTON, OHro, APRIL 20~ 18o9 .
.. _ ·--... -------~- .. -
Too many men make t lwir bovt'
feel that Uwy are of lit tk~ or ;10
Encourage your Boy.
"\1'c t;:lW i:iOme yearci aμ:o at. tlH:'
A Parrot Story, Ol INGER
Wilbur Wright - - - - - Editor account \\~~1i.~~ th y .c?·c. boys. Lay
Orvl'lle .,.Wr1' O'ht - - - : P ,bl' h , I :i C~J)()t1 w111ty on a lm~·, an1l }1('