John GJa; 3er,.t.the most venomous populist tha t has ever lived ir Douglas county haa gone to the San Luis valley to reside. He was postmaster and general general utiiitj man at Clearfield. Mr. fiiaser us l tomuse himself by asking asking quests ns to the speakers at repub-iican repub-iican repub-iican me lns We remember that two years agosat a meeting at Clear-!fie$il Clear-!fie$il Clear-!fie$il Sara Stonebraker was. talking ;about the free coinage of silver. Glaser twisted a neasily in his seat: for some timf araa tried to keep quite on neigh- neigh- borlv crra nn.io hnfc thn nlrt hahit tha better of hiza.snd he blurted out. "How about tb e free coinage of gold?" Un-fortune Un-fortune Un-fortune tely-Stonebreaker tely-Stonebreaker tely-Stonebreaker did not seem to be ti ry well up on that subject. He fdroppl his hands listlessly for a momej it and then recovered him equln-imlty. equln-imlty. equln-imlty. Pointing a finger at Bud Hind-man Hind-man Hind-man t yho was in the audience he said, "you know one of my legs is shorter than, the other," "You know how it camfi so?? asked the oJd -war -war horse froce. Black Jack. Than continuing Sam 8aidc"It came by-dancing by-dancing by-dancing with the pretty girls around bere thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five yea rs ago. My, Bud, but wasn't Lize Jennings a daisy." By this time Glaser had forgotten all about his question and Sam went on with his speech unmciosted.