The Dog and The Shadow A Dog, crossing a bridge over a É-a J f _3 stream with a piece of flesh in hi -■■'Y' ''J- .-..aifctp mouth, saw his own shadow in the '-":'' ' loi-' water, and took it for that of another HWgSl ;v,„ ; ■ ' ■' ,-_ Dog, with a piece of meat doublé his ;,, "- ■ ' ' ' '" owninsize. Hethereforeletgohisown, nnd fiercely attacked the other Dog. " ", -- % .' ■ S to get his larger piece from him. He flfijjSaS 4BI SSl thus 'ost 1Otl' -■s"P's'll'lfs.ïi:iw It always pays to i. H hold on to a good thing. Si feiv .'"".■■':■ (■1%-- ' " People who have triecl HTÉ y- ' Santa Claus Soap hold KP"8E ' '"";'-=r!. T(iod. Some may think 1 „..-jlfjl ' '- -v ■ ' that because tlierc are other Soaps tb: more in bulk for the money, that they are cheaper ; but such bulk is made up with rosin. When quality is sacrificed for quantity, such soap is not cheap at any price. Santa Claus Soap is the best, and is sold by all grocers. It is made only by Chicago, 111.