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HOW THEY REFORME».
1- jist peered that Elder Gray
Gave his money all. away!
Been a miser, dost an’ hard
Sence th’ big tree in our yard
Wuz a saplin*—never went
Nigh a soul or give a cent!
Heered las’ night he jgive his wife
All he saved up all his life!
Sounds onreal, but ’tain’t no lie ■—
I jist seen th’ hearse
I jist heered that Jimmy Green
Quit his drinkin’—cut it clean!
Been a sot sence Jones’s bam
Wuz a woodshed—couldn’t ’arn
Half his salt an’ starved his wife
All her hopeless married life.
Heered, las’ night, he got th’ grit
Someway In his soul t’ quit!
Sounds onreal, but ’tain’t no lie—
I jist seen th’ hearse go by!
I jist heered that Liddy Wall
Quit her scoldin’, good an’ all!
Heered her husband’s restin’ well
Fust time in a right smart spell!
Liddy alius used V say
She’d, quit scoldin’ him some day,
But she never quite could git
Made up in her mind t’ quit!
LET LOVERS ALONE.
Don’t Make Game of or Tease Them
—May Spoil a Romance.
That “all the world loves a lover”
is an old and much-quoted saying, but
if the saying be true the affection
surely Is manifested in singular fash
ion. Indubitably all the world and
his wife take a lively interest, which,,
unfortunately, is often more officious
than discreet in whatever they so
much as suspect may, can or will be
a love affair, and consider lovers fair
game for all manner of teasing, sur
mises and sometimes impertinent in
If Johnny Jones walks home from
church with Susan Smith two Sundays
in succession he immediately is sus
pected of a more than friendly feel
ing for that young woman, tongues
began to clack, John Js rallied on his
fancy for Susan, while she is ban
tered on his attentions to her. If Ed
win and Angelina meet half a dozen
times and he shows the slightest dis
position to talk to or dance with her
ever so little more than with other
girls, some, at least, of their mutual
friends are certain to Imagine matri
monial intent upon his part, and, still
worse, to express the suspicion,, more
or less plainly to the persons con
The probability is that the young
man has no serious purpose; his at-
tentions merely are the casual con-
sequence of a surface admiration for a
pretty and entertaining girl. Human
ity is gregarious and social intercourse
with one’s fellows is a natural neces
sity of all normal men and women,
Nor is the want so apt to be for a
solitude a deux, with all which It
Implies, as merely for companionship
In the sense of company and amuse
ment—a want which is satisfied with
the many as well as with the one.
It must be admitted that those who
¡doubt the possibility of platonic affec-
j tion between two people of opposite
sex have good ground for their point
of view^ It is easy enough to begin
with friendship, but seldom is it that
in the case of both parties thereto it
remains as such to the end of the
chapter. It may be the man who
finds that, all unconsciously, it has
come to pass that—
OYERNIAGARA WI5 ÄCBÖ
argument, but declare that without
some' justification from Congress they
have not the power to spend the money
of the nation in this fashion, and in
sist that the bodies ought to be buried
wherever the yare found.
As a result o fthe argument a great
er effort is being ¿made to watch close
ly those who make the visit to the
falls. It has long been one of the
charms of the manner in which the
two nations have guarded Niagara that
it is possible to get to the very elge
of the falls, and standing within three
or four feet of the edge to marvel at
the onrushing floods as they take their
descent for the 200-foot jump to the
Although it may possess the suicide
mania for a small percentage of un-
fortunates, to the great majority Nl-
i agar a is lulling, it gives comfort, it
Is a temporary surcease from troubles
that seem small when brought into
the presence of this wbnderful work
of nature. To put the average visitor
farther away from the points where
Rain’s Horn. Sound a W.'crnlns N’ot\
to the Unr edeeiued.
In ¡some homes
the 3-1 ole on a
c e n te r t ;able
mean; little more
than b . horse shoe
over ¡the door.
Yoa can do
more) with a pop
gun 'when using
it ri£ht than you
can with a .mus-
ket when using it /rong *
You can’t make truth lfcush by look
ing it in the fact.
Many a man pray s foi ¿grace, when
what he needs is gni it.
Many a fine care er jsas been cut
short by a long tonj 2 jue.'
The devil is most like a lion when
he looks most like ; 3 1 sheep.
The bravest man is tie one who is
scared the worst ai, id r*us the least.
There, is nothing in ¡heaven more
beautiful than the Id fe Qirlst lived on
Don’t look at youi bankbook to find
out how rich you pre; Look at the
promises of God. I
We can never h ave right views
about redemption a 3 lqig as we have
wrong views about sin]
St. Paul never wi otea line to show
any kind of a slnnc yr tljat- he could be
saved by his own 1; woodworks.
We need more of the and of preach-
Ing that will make 11 siijaer either quit
his meanness or get out of the church.
The man who talk 3 tl» loudest ¿bout
the hypocrites in 1 he church is the
one you’need to wa tch1 the closest in
a horse trade.
It is hard for the vbrld to believe
that the sinner who irides in a carriage
is made out of the 1 jar£e kind of clay
as the one who falls it the ditch.
No sense in running from one
doctor to another. Select the
best one, then stand by him.
Dp not delay, but consult him
in time when you are sick.
Ask his opinion of Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral for coughs
and colds. Then use it or
not, just as he says.
publish, our formula*
We banish alc'ohol
ftom our medicines
We urge you to
Always keep a box of Ayer’s Pills in the
house. Just one pill at bedtime, now and
then, will ward off many an attack «of
biliousness, indigestion, sick headache.
How many years has your doctor known
these pills? Ask him all about them. .
—— Made by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Maa*.—
The unaccountable allurement wh-lch
the rushing waters of Niagara Falls
A Crasy Clock.
hold for persons having suicidal im
Sounds onreal, but ’tain’t no lie—
I jist seen th’ hearse gó by!
clinations, has raised a Controversy
Visiting an old mate, who had the
between the United States and Canada.
misfortune to be confined in a York
I jist heered that Abner Sykes
shire asylum, a collier noticed that the
Enough of these suicides take place
Found a place he rilly likes.
large clock in the reception hall was
every year to make the matter one
Abner moved about until
ten mintites slow. 1
that needs to be dealt with. A large
Nothin’ seemed t’ fill th* bill!
“That clock is not right,” ho ex-
number of those taking their own
Everywheres he ¿went to yet
lives are identified by clothing or by
Wuz too dry or else too wet,
“No, lad!” was the- lunatic’s1 reply.
letters, but the plunge is so great,
Too much drouth or too much dew.
"That’s why it’s here.”—London Daily.
the rocks so numerous and the churn
But his movin’ days is through!
ing, obliterating effect of the countless
Sounds onreal, but ’tain’t rio lie—
tons of water in motion at terrific
Case of Disappointment.
I just seen th’ hearse go by;
speed so great, that in most cases it
“Did you ever know a girl; to die for
—New York Times.
is very difficult to assure a true iden
“Did she just fade away and die be-
It is a somewhat curious fact that
cause some man deserted her?”
the bodies of those who have per
“No, she just took in washing and
formed the act of combined bravery
worked herself to death because the
and cowardice follow a sort of beaten
man she loved married her.”—Houston
track. When the authorities learn
of a suicide they first go to the land
History as Corrected.
ing where the little boat, the Maid of
“Why came you so)'late;?”, asked Da
the Mist, comes in and goes out on
HE WAS POLITE, ANYWAY.
mon. “In another moment I should
its trips, and in. almost every case the
have been executed!”
battered, swollen body will be found
“I couldn’t find you!” gasped Pyth
there. Those which do not stop then
ias. “You failed to notify me that a
Johnny, although ' ofj humble origin, new system of house numbering had
go on through the rapids and bring up
further down the stream in the vortex
could hardly be said tp have “sprung gone into effect!”—Chicago Tribune'.
from the soil”'—-or if he did, the soil
A Quick Finish.
“Better than I love myself
Both o fthese points, the Maid of
evidently sprang aftei, him. There
“Have you finished enumerating the
/ It is possible that the actual
the Mist landing and the whirlpool,
were always traces'.of lit on his coun things you want to do?” inquired’ Mrs.
portion of overfat people in the
tenance by the time he reached Sun Housekeeper.
The woman for whom he professes are o nthe Canadian side. Hence the
eral population is no greater now
Queen Victoria Park commission,
day school, although it; might be more
The prospective’ cook admitted that
than it ever was, but to the observer 1
which controls the river front all the
or less surrounded by' the soap-and- she had.
who has lived many years it seems as 1
way from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario,
water immaculateness j in which his
‘Then perhaps you’ll specify the
if the number of persons one meets world
has been in the habit of bringing
mother had started him.
things you can’t do. Then I can tell
who are noticeably overweight had in
Admonition, argument or discipline if we can get along together.”
that what she has fondly imagined to these melancholy derelicts to the top
creased greatly in recent years.
o fthe bank at an expense to itself of
had no power to separate Johnny from
The prospective cook decided right .
Some large folk are content with be
’ friendship pure and simple is the $60 or $70 apiece and of interring
the accompanying dirt; All had proved there that they couldn’t.—Kansas City
passion of her being, that
their lot—nearly all are jolly, yet strongest
unavailing; and so on$ day his teach Journal.
is deeply and unmistakably in them separately in Fairview Cemetery
there are many who would give much she
er determined to try aa object lesson.
while her comrade remains on in a site that has been set apart for
for every pound they could throw off love,
Case of Fellow Feellnff.
To keep the surprise and delight of
There are a number of dietary sys- 1
District Visitor—I’ve just had a let-
terns in vogue for reducing weight, friendship.
son Arthur, saying he
dressed a request to the American
took the other members into her con has won a my scholarship.
almost all efficacious, if strictly fol
I can’t tell
park commissioners to pay at least a
fidence. Johnny, wiho appeared in the you how pleased I am.
“And, oh, it is a bitter pain
lowed, but not all safe. The original
usual condition* wai therefore the only
To love and not be loved again!* proportionate share of the expense.
Rustiv Party—I can understand yer
“banting system,” for example, in
There is one very good argument ad he can get the best view would be a one to be surprised), wpen the teacher feelin’s, mum. I felt just the same
which the person is restricted to little
Undeniably the chances are that one vanced in favor of this position. Most hardship.
removed her veil ai d displayed a large when pur pig won the medal at the
more than a lean-meat diet, is not to
Uncle Sam and the Dominion Of Can black smudge on one dde of her nose agricultural show.—Pearson’s Weekly.
be recommended, and one who prac or the other of the couple one day of the suicides take the plunge on the
tices it, unless under constant medical will find that, though friendship may American side, It is only the action ada dwell too happily as neighbors to and a smaller one on the other. But
The Doctor—I’ve stood for a good
supervision, may do himself irrepara be delightful, there is something want of the current that carries to the have any serious row over the ques Johnny, except for a startled look of
ble harm. No one system, indeed, is ing to the full cup of happiness, that shores of the Dominion the legacy of tion. But it must be settled, for as sympathy, which lie repressed imme many wild and reckless assertions oh
long as Niagara’s roar attracts and diately, gave no € viebnee of having your part, but you can’t make me be-
applicable to all cases, for the cause what began as camaraderie has de death.
lieve there is a tribe of Indians of Irish
The American park commissioners its dancing waters appeal, there will noticed anything n nusual. ,
is not always the same, and what may veloped into something stronger and
Presently, howevs >r, J.he wily teacher descent.
be suitable' for one fat person may tenderer than any other love on earth. concede the justice of the Canadian be suicides to dispose of.
The Professor—That only show*
The ways of friendship and love lie
save a little shudHer^ looked directly that
not be at all what another needs.
you have never heard of the
It is popularly believed that all fat
Allgone Quinns.—Chicago Tribune.
face as if the spot panned her.
persons are gross feeders, but this is
sudden increase of barometric pres “I really feel as if-my face were
nót true; indeed, the reverse is often indulged in, at least by the young, in
may be good,’’ said the
dirty,” she said, t|i a tone of well-
the case. Obesity may be a disease,
At Koutchino, near Moscow, Russia simulated horror, ‘Jphnny, Is there man with the slouch hat, stopping to
or rather a prominent symptom of one, love is strong and healthy, without
argue with the grocer’s boy, “but I’m
possesses the most complete laboratory anything on my freer
the t' nuble being with the internal the risk that there some day will be
for researches pertaining to aviation “Yes’m,” replied Jcnnny.
chemistry of nutrition—a disease of
“Well, I’ll take ’em,” said the man
now in existence. The work is under “Ugh!” exclaimep the teacher, “1 just behind him, picking up the box;
metabolism, as it is called. It is com for “What might have been.”
Of course, where both step hand
A motor-driven sleigh, developed dur the direction of Mr. Riabouchinsky, knew it. I felt it. rlorrid, nasty black “I’m from Ohio.”
parable to diabètes—nearly related^ to
it, in fact. In this disease sugar is in hand into the “primrose path,” all ing last winter, was propelled by a and the money was furnished by a smudges! Have rfiey been there all
formed in excess in the sytem, even is well, and the two who gradually pair of legs resembling in their opera wealthy Muscovite. It has become the the hour?”
when very little is taken with the have, grown together become one in tion those of a grasshopper.’'
Center of much interest since the re “Yes’m,” said Johnny.
Yes, platonics al
food; and s.o in obesity there is a ten happy harmony.
An alloy of 70 per cent of cerlum cent achievements in aerial navigation. “And you didn’/t tel me!” exclaim-
dency to the formation of fat in the ways are dangerous; nevertheless, in and 30 per cent of iron has the re- Here investigations are made of all Bd the teacher, reproachfully. “I don’t
“I tried all kinds of blood remedies
body, even if little fat-forming food spite of the risk, for not a few men markable property of giving off a questions relating to aerodynamics, and think that’s nice of y01, Johnny. Now which failed to do me any, good, but I
is eaten. In most cases, however,
shower of sparks when struck by steel. some remarkable results have been ob [ shall be unhappy al day because I have found the right thing at last. My
face was full of pimples and black-heads.
much can be done by a regulation of able and possible were, it not for the
At the womah suffrage bazaar, re tained, especially in regard to what Is i have sat here so long with a dirty After taking Cascareis they all left. I ahi
meddlesome interference of other peo-
cently held at the Hotel Martha Wash
continuing the use of them and recóm*
The amount of meat should not be pie.—Chicago Tribune.
ington, in New York City, the receipts certain shapes when placed in currents i always tell you as isoonas I notice it.” mending them to my friends.. I feel fine
increased, but the quantity of sugar
for the two days and evenings were of air. It has already been made evi “Yes’m,” said Johnny again, “it’s all when I rise in the morning. Hope to
An Optimistic ’Waiter»
and starchy foods should be reduced,
dent that there are many phenomena L right for you to till bb when it’s my have a chance to recommend Cascareis.**
He was one of the very few commer over $900.
their place being taken by non-
face; but when iff« yotr face, I guess FredC. Witten, 76Elm St., Newark, N.J.
French walnut growers in the neigh of an unexpected character which, . f’m too polite.”—Youth’s Companion.
Btarchy vegetables, such .as spinach, cial travelers who can not adapt them
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good.
cauliflower and salads. The foods to selves to. their surroundings, and as borhood of Grenoble have formed an vestigated, may materially aid invent
Do Good. Never Sicken,Weaken or Gripe.
10c, 25c, 50c. Never sold in bulk. The genu
Sometliin s Wanted.
be avoided, or taken in great modera a chronic hotel grumbler he is known association to maintain the reputation ors and engineers in the construction
ine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed tp
cure or your money back.
tion, are those which contain much from East to West. The waiter was and guarantee the quality of the wal of more effective flying machines.
A bachelor, old and dranky, was sit
•starch, such as rice and potatoes, and possessed of an optimism unusual for nuts commonly known as “Grenobles.”
ting alone in his 100m His toes with
all sweets—nies, puddings and candy. one weighted with the responsibilities
There are 157,000 models in the Pat
the gout were aching, ¿rid his face was
To Make Sheep Come.
Tea and coffee should be taken with of his position, and served the soup, ent Office which are about to be lodged
o’erspread with gloom, no little ones’
out sugar, if taken at all, and choco fish and roast with equanimity and in the National Museum. Many of them sponge bath thus: Into eight ounces Ç» Bhou-ts to disturb 1 im—from noises the
poise. At the dessert the traveling are of historic interest. They will be
late should be omitted entirely.
of alcohol put two of ammonia and house was free, in iact, from cellar
Bread is fattening, but for most man waxed irritable and sarcastic.
under the care of the Commissioner of two of camphor. Shake thoroughly, to attic- ’twas as s ill as still could be.
To travel East
persons it seems an indispensable ar
is. -via thé
and when well mixed add four ounces No medical aid wjls lacking; his serv
ticle of diet. Its amount can, however, ding is on the bill of fare as ‘ice
ants answered hl 3 Ang, respectfully
cream puddin’,’ and there isn’t any
be limited, and It should be toasted.
ing to collect part of the telegraph a quart battle. To apply it pour a answered his orders end supplied him
Fats are less harmful than sugar Ice, nor is there any cream in it.”
where the messages are delivered little of the liquid in a shallow dish, with everything, But still there was
The waiter, in a tone of great pa-,
and starch, and may be allowed- in
by telephone. The telegraph companies . moisten the whole body a little at a something wanted wldch he could not
moderation in the form of butter and tience, replied:
“That’s all right, sir. There’s noth claim that they are entitled to make time by dipping a small sponge in it. command—the kiidlj words of com
passion, the touch 0: a gentle hand.
The belief that the drinking of ing in, names. If we serve you with this use of the instruments and resist Rub on only very little, then finish And he said, as h s brow grew darker
with a vigorous rubbing with a coarse
water makes fat is erroneous. If one Washington pie, it’s no sign there’s a payment.
he rang for th< hireling nurse,
Consul Julean H. Arnold, of Amoy, crash towel. Get into bed, and we’ll und
eats juicy vegetables, and especially the picture of the capitol on every piece,
less sweet fruits, such as apples and and when we bring you college fritters reports that a native company at that insure the quick arrival of “Nature’s ‘Well, .marriage n .ay be a failure, but
grape-fruit, and abandons the use of there isn’t a term’s tuition in advance port, capitalized at $800,000, is getting quick restorer, balmy sleep.”—Family this is a jolly sight vorse.”
sugar, there will be a natural reduc thrown in. Any cheese with your pie, ready to operate coal and iron mines* Doctor.
Portland to Chicago
which are said to be valuable, in the
tion In the amount of water taken, sir?”
His Place in the Progrram.
but one should drink all that is need
An Chli district, 100 miles from Amoy,
“Your boy Josh says he is going to “Somebody has lisovered
Coal and Railroads.
Holl in the country.’
ed to Quench thirst.
The total coal production of the for which it has held a concession for be a wizard of Wall street.”
Chicago, St. Louis,- Etc.
“Yes,” answered Farmer Corntossel.
United States is now at the rate of
Got the Number.
1,000,000 tons per day, and the con
Since there is no tide in the Medit “He thinks so. But the chances are
Police Captain—You say that an au sumption of coal by railroads is equal erranean, the inhabitants of Marseilles that the regular wizards will use him loll home with m< evîry blessed week;
“Train de Luxe” to Stl Paul
to 40 per cent of this, or 400,000 tons were greatly astonished on June 15, as the subject of one of their mysteri
sped along the street and struck down per day. The fuel bill of a railroad when the water of the harbor began ous disappearance acts;”—Washington
Latest equipment, Pullman,
an old man? New Officer—Yls, sor. contributes about 10 per cent of the suddenly to oscillate, and continued in Star.
Tourist and Dining Cars, electric
total expense of operation and 30 to
lighted and up-to-date.
Some writer hai said that as a rule
A Rural Scheme.
Ing this auto for several blocks you 40 per cent of the total cost of run movement for a quarter of an hour.
Signal System Portland to Chicago.
preachers are not wity. Perhaps this
For literature, rates, reserva
finally succeeded in getting the num ning the locomotives. A locomotive
may be due to the fact that brevity is
tions, etc., call on dr write to any
ber? New Officer—Yis, sor. Police will consume on an average $5,000 were about two and a half feet in height, stable to lie in ambush for the au-to* the soul of wit.
O. R. & N. agentj or to
Captain—Good! What was the num worth of coal per annum, and for a but others put their height at half that mobilists.”
“What’s the idea?”
ber? New Officer—There wor just road having an equipment of 1,000 amount. Many thought that the cause
“We thought his red whiskers would Always rememkir hat your neigh
foive persons in th’ car, sor!:—Circle locomotives the coal bill is approx was an earthquake, but Mons. Louis
of »match the fall foliage.”-— bors watch you obsely, and that your
imately $5,000,000.—Railway Age.
General Passenger Agent
ena, ascribes it to a sudden Increase Louisville Courier-Journal.
Next to magazine art, the most hid
Every woman thinks she ought to of the barometric pressure of the air
Every man m kes a satisfactory
A man is lucky not to have aa>
eous sight on earth is a skinny ath eat brain food occasionally, but she on the surface of the sea in the neigh
kusband—for a fie y <hys.
lete In a running suit.
borhood of Marseilles. The puzzling worse luck than he has.
can’t explain why she thinks so.
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