Clipped From The New York Times
window houses i they argue, as they know their ell enough to find their beds at dark. aril to read. They go to bed at dark and get up ht XI UH 0-.-. 0-.-. 0-.-. 0-.-. 0-.-. oKaii In n.A,WH Y . at daylilht en Back Icoats over woolen shirts, with wool IhatS Of Uniform Hmnntnua, nvA lor felt! matted: hair iThe women, as a rule, wear sun bob pets of black, with frocks of cotton lB frp6 from nr.t.nali. .h.i. s.m goods n attract! I v. VI Teness as can bet lmaiwijt,..y. win meet wdmen on the road, ridlnz horseback alone f r from any house. They are said to be here. a lilt No maiK. numcn are never Trouniea 'w and then a woman is met with a pipe I ner mourn, sne is apt to be a wo-t wo-t wo-t youth manv vears. and nnt eit man pa favored More frequently the woman with St Irk La annn anrl .t A the snuff take it from her mouth' to salute the pass- pass- ing stringer. "".i "i aeeps on swaDDing her ith it as she nods and says " Good arums wt evening.