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DAISY FLY KILLER fc rsets
sad kills all
Ulus. Neat, dran, or
cheap. Lasts all
metal, can’tspill or tip
over ; will not b >il or
I n I u r e a n y t h i n * .
Bold b y dealers, or
6 sent I y expressprs*
p.u 1 lor Jl.
HAROLD BOMEitd, 100 D«JUlb A t #.. Brooklyn. H. T .
W is e Old G entlem an.
An old gentleman, whose character
was unimpeached and unimpeachable,
for some slight cause was challenged
by a dissolute young Hotspur, who
was determined that the old gentle
man should give him honorable satis
faction. The old gentleman very good-
naturedly refused to fight, and the
fellow threatened to “ gazette” him as
a coward. "W ell, go ahead—I would
rather fill 20 newspapers than one
coffin,” rejoined the old gentleman.
H ap pin ess in W o rk .
LIBEL SUIT LIKELY
TU E SINTER SUPERIOR« OfficetO
S t. H e le n a H a ll
When an old elm tree in the ave
nue at Bushey Park, near London, was
cut down, tho iron framework of an
old street lamp was found embedded in
the trunk to a depth of several inches
about 25 feet from the ground. It is
believed that the lamp must have been
nailed to the tree many years ago and
gradually became surrounded by th e
OF MIDDLE AGE
Sen ate C om m ittee W ou ld G ive P res
iden t D iscretion a ry P ow ers.
Suffragists Closely Watched By Op
posing National Organization.
Hel e ns Hall
Z olU glatc, A ca d em ic and E lem entary D epartm ent«,
If sale. A r t, E locu tion , D om aatic A rt, Doraaatlc Sclenoe,
B jm naslum .
F o r c a t a lo g addrow i—
T O S U S P E N D T A R IF F S
Washington, D. C.—An amendment
to the Underwood tariff bill adopted
by the majority members of the senate
finance committee would give the
President of the United States author
ity to suapend certain rates in the
proposed law and to proclaim special
rates against nations which discrim
inate against products of the United
D irect C h arge T h a t L iq u or In tersU States.
H elp A n tis Is In vited -N a tio n , The amendment is appended to the
clause giving the President authority
al Atm ociation la R iled.
to negotiate reciprocity agreements
with other nations and in some re
spects resembles the maximum and
Washington, D. C. — A statement minimum clnuse of the Payne-Aldrich
from the headquarters of ,the National tariff law eliminated in the house bill.
association opposed to woman suffrage
In substance the amendment would
announces that the officers o f the as provide that when any nation discrim
sociation have employed attorneys to inates against the products o f the
examine all the speeches and litera United States or imposes restrictions
ture of the suffragists “ with a view on United State's exports or, in the
, to protecting themselves from abusive opinion of the President, does not re
language which at times is practically ciprocate in trade relations, the Pres
libelous,” and “ for the purpose o f in ident by proclamation may suspend
stituting suits for libel against objec certain rates and put in effect other
The statement rates.
Only specified articles, it is under
“ The scrutiny o f the material put stood, are to be included under the
out by the suffragists has become terms of this amendment, and the
more thorough since Miss Inez Milhol- rates are specified also. Among the
land, in a public meeting, stated that articles included in the list on which
charges of an alliance between the the President might suspend rates are
anti-suffrage and the liquor interests fish, wheat, wheat-flour, coffee, tea,
had been made, ¡and the fact that no earthenware, wines and malt liquors,
suits for libel had been instituted was silk dress goods, gloves,
good proof that they were true.
sugars and molasses. The duties pre
"M iss Milholland ought to know, scribed vary as to different articles.
and probably does know, that no state
ment has been made either on the pub
lic platform or in the press, which is C O A S T W H E A T E X P O R T S G A IN
in any way libelous. The suffragists
have skilfully avoided giving expres In crea se O ver C orresp on d in g P er
sion in public to a libelous statement,
iod L a st Y e a r A b o u t M illion .
though they have approached danger
Washington, D. C.—During eleven
ously near to it.
months ended with May, Portland ex
“ To say that any interests, liquor or
other interests, are supporting a cause ported 7,705,119 bushels of wheat,
valued at $6,545,833, as against 6,-
is not in itself libelous, but if the suf
829,943 bushels, valued at $5,895,993
fragists in public or in the press ever
during the corresponding months of
make a statement that the liquor in
last year, as shown by the monthly
terests are giving help to the National
statistics of the department of com
association opposed to woman suffrage
merce. During May, Portland ship
or to any representative thereof, a
ped 277,831 bushels of wheat.
suit for libel will be instituted within
Puget Sound during the last eleven
months exported 5,387,735 bushels of
“ We are looking for this opportun
wheat valued at $5,534,581, an in
ity. and when it comes we will take
crease from 3,380,157 bushels valued
advantage o f it to the uttermost.
at $2,730,143 for the same months last
"One conviction for criminal libel
will do a great deal to check the flood
Flour exports from Portland for the
of malicious untruths about the wo
past eleven months amounted to 630,-
men who are opposed to votes for wo
704 barrels, valued at $2,749,004, for
men which have been circulated by
the same months last year.
Puget Sound flour exports for eleven
months were 2,198,944 barrels, valued
P O IN C A R E T O V IS IT B R IT A IN at $8,597,697, as against 2,549,487
barrels, valued at $9,905,554, last
R u ler o f F ran ce to F ollow E xa m p le year.
To augment human happiness, a
writer in the Edinburge Review re
marks, must be the purpose, main or
incidental, o f every person.
lutely incidental with most, it must be
The activities connected
o f H is P red ecessors.
with the business of living in a world
London — President Poincare, of
with other men and women absorb us.
Happiness is a by-product of these France, folftfwing the example of his
predecessors since the conclusion of
activities of the common life.
the friendly agreement between his
and Great Britain, has chosen
No thoughtful person uses liquid blue. It’s «
pinch of blue in a large bottle of water. Ask for England for his official visit after his
tied Cross Bull Blue, the blue that’s all blue.
election, and will arrive at Spithead
on the Dreadnought Jean Bart to be
Called f o r B lood .
the guest o f King George and the Brit
“ Sandy looks as if he had been
He will be
fighting.” “ He has been fighting; a ish nation until June 27.
accompanied by Stephen Pinchon,
fellow said something in his presence
French minister for foreign affairs,
about ‘ musicians and bagpipers,’ and
and other high officials.
Sandy sailed into him.”
Upon the president’s arrival at Spit-
head he will be received by an im
R esu lt, H ow ever, Is th e Sam e.
mense fleet composed o f England’s
Occasionally a man finds himself in latest warships, which will fire a royal
debt not because he is dishonest, but salute. He will proceed to Portsmouth
because he is a bad hand at mental dockyard, where the Prince of Wales
and the Duke of Connaught, repre
senting the king, will offer him a for
mal welcome. King George will be at
Victoria station, Ixindon, to receive
his guest and escort him to York
P ortlan d , O regon
Resident and Day S ch o o l for Girls House, which has been placed at his
In c h a r g e o f S la ter* o f 8 t .J o h n B a p tist (E p is c o p a l)
R IG H T
M any V io la to rs A rrested .
Tacoma, Wash.— Fifteen violations
of the government’s regulations were
found here Sunday on the steamers
and launches that ply out of Tacoma
harbor by the government cutter Cor-
inne, with Captain Mart Giamervig
and Customs Officer Ned C. Adams on
One captain of an excursion launch
with a large party on board, was
found drunk at the wheel. He was
ordered below and the vessel turned
over to the mate. A large fine awaits
this master when the case is put up to
Collector o f Customs Harper.
C rack In P a n a m a C an al A la rm s.
M ake H ea v y T im b er Sales.
Tacoma, Wash.—The annual meet
ing of officers and stockholders of the
Weyerhaeuser Timber company was
held in this city Friday.
of the session was the general man
agers’s report of operations for the
last year. The transactions in timber
lands have been unusually heavy, said
Manager Long, exceeding the sales of
any year in the history o f the com
pany. The timber sold amounted to
close to 750,000,000 feet, distributed
between 40 and 50 mills. This, he
said, is more timber than the govern
ment records show was sold from the
United States forest reserves in Wash
ington, Oregon and California in the
corresponding time. These sales, he
said, refute the imputation that the
Weyerhaeuser Timber company is busy
tying up all the standing timber in
S ocia lists F in ed $500.
Kansas City — Rev. Thomas E.
Green, pastor of the Bethany Congre
gational church, St. Louis, and S. B.
Davidson and Thomas R. Sullivan, of
Kansas City, members o f the Social
ist party, were fined $500 each in Mu
nicipal court here on charges of block
ading the street while speaking at a
curb Socialist meeting.
had ordered that no street meetings
which might incite the labor element
to violence he held during the progress
of labor troubles between contractors
and building laborers
N om e Sen ds O ut M illion .
Lydia E. Pinkham’ s Vegetable Com
Seattle, Wash.—A million dollars
pound invigorates and strengthens the in gold, the first shipment from Nome,
female organism and builds up the weak Alaska, this year, was received by the
ened nervous system. It has carried steamships Senator
many women safely through this crisis
which completed their first round trip
I o f the season to Bering sea Sunday.
Episcopal Missionary and Party As
cend Mount McKinley.
B arom eter R ea d s 20,500 Feet— U.
S. F la g H o iste d — “ Te D eum ”
S u n g by M inister.
Fairbanks, ¡Alaska—The ascent of
the highest peak of Mount McKinley
was accomplished successfully for the
first time June 7, when the party led
by Archdeacon Hudson Stuck, Episco
pal missionary for Alaska, accompan
ied by Robert G. Tatum, Harry P.
Karstens and Walter Harper, reached
the top of the south peak of the moun
tain, the highest on the continent.
News of the success of the expedi
tion was brought here by a messenger
sent by Dr. Stuck, who is resting at
the Base camp. Archdeacon Stuck ex
pects to return to Fairbanks in Au
gust and will go to New York in Oc
Dr. Stuck and his assistants erected
a six-foot cross on the summit of the
great mountain and said “ Te Deum”
on the highest point.
made with the mercurial barometer
indicate the height of the mountain is
Dr. Stuck said this can
be checked by comparing the reading
of his barometer with the records
taken at Fort Gibbon on the same
The expedition, which left Fair
banks March 13, expected to reach the
summit of Mount McKinley early in
May, but was delayed three weeks
cutting a passage three miles long
through ice thrown across the ridge by
an earthquake last summer.
The party found much evidence of
seismic disturbance on the upper
ridges. The upper basin shows evi
dence of a violent upheaval and the
ridges are badly shattered, but the
summits are not marred.
Archdeacon Stuck confirmed the as
cent o f the north peak by Thomas
Lloyd and three companions in 1910,
being able with field glasses to see the
flagstaff erected by the Lloyd party
when they accomplished their feat.
A G U IN A L D O
V IS IT IN G
JA PA N
L ocu st S ca re Is F a st.
Kansas City— The threatened plague
o f "1 7 -yea r locusts” in this vicinity,
at least, has ended.
Three weeks ago
the woods about Kansas City fairly
swarmed with locusts.
have disappeared almoat entirely, hav-
i ing caused little if any damage.
I n G irlhood
P u dd in g, T a p io ca o r Shortcake«
M ake D elicious C on fe ctio n .
Rhubarb Pudding— Mash half h
pound of bag or pulled tigs, or use
dates or raisins, or a mixture of all or
of any two o f these fruits. Cover
with boiling water and cook until
water is nearly absorbed.
pound of rhubarb in inch pieces, put a
layer of the cooked dried fruit, and
repeat until all is used. Add a quar
ter of a cup of hot water and bake in
a slow oven until the rhubarb is soft. |
Serve cold alone or with cream.
Rhubarb Tapioca - Soak half a cup
o f tapioca over night and cook until
clear in a double boiler. Place in a
buttered pudding dish two cups of rhu
barb, cut in small pieces; one cup of
sugar and a pinch of ginger. Pour
the hot tapioca over this, stir in one
teaspoonful of butter, cover and bake
one hour. Put a meringue on it be
fore serving, if you like, or serve it
cold, with plain or whipped cream.
Rhubarb Shortcake — Put two cups
of rhubarb, cut small, with a scant cup
of sugar in a double boiler and cook
until rhubarb is tender and sugar dis
Add the juice and chopped
rind of one lemon. Make a shortcake
by your favorite receipt, but cut and
bake it like biscuit. When done, break
open, butter them and arrange on a
Put the rhubarb in be
tween, and when serving pour the
juce over them.
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N ot In fa n tile N ecessities.
To be an “ infant” in a legal sense
is not the same as being an infant.
A recent case in London was concern
ed with the question of what consti
tutes an "infant’s” necessities. The
young man, who was sued by a furni
ture dealer, had bought, among other
things, 24 candlesticks, 38 weapons, 61
pictures, an Indian spittoon, Burmese
and Chinese gongs, 23 snuff boxes and
two stuffed iguanas. Refusing to pay
the bill, the young man pleaded “ in
fancy. ” The judge gave judgment for
A t Least S om eth in g N ew .
First Mother—“ How was the baby
show?” Second Mother—“ Fair. Of
course, there’s not much change in the
styles, but the display of accessories,
such as five-minute detachable nigh
ties, cry mufflers and self-starting
cradles was particularly good.”
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happy spirit that inspires it.
The sourest temper must sweeten
in the atmosphere of continuous good
humor. As well might fog and cloud
and vapor hope to cling to sun-illum
ined landscape as “ the blues” and
moroseness to combat jov*il speech
and exhilarating laughter.
There is no path but will be easier
traveled, no load but will be lighter
no shadow on heart or brain but will
lift sooner in the presence of a de
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E g g B re a k a g e Causes B ig L oss.
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Grand Forks, N. D.— Between the from im pure blood. A nd yo u can easily
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bodies of her two children, aged 5 and give
ing, a bath, by using 8. S. 8. There Is
7 years, whom she found dead when no need for anyone to be despondent over
she attempted to awaken them Sunday the Illness o f blood im purities. N o m at
morning, Mrs. David Grant, o f Beach, ter how badly they a tta ck the system , or
how unsightly becom es tho skin. Just re
N. D. found a huge rattlesnake sleep m em ber there is one ingredient In S. S. 8.
The bed clothes had that so stim ulates the cellular tissues
been out for an airing Saturday, the throughout the body that each part se
snake evidently being brought in with lects Its ow n essential nutrim ent from
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T his m eans that all decay, all breaking
both complained of being “ pinched,” down o f the tissues, Is ch ecked and re
w ork begins. 8. S. 8. has such a
but soon went ¡to sleep.
It was the
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M ore attention is being given to con-
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M eteor Is o f P u re G old.
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Fresno, Cal.— Fred Williams, a far line. F o r m any years people relied upon
mer of McFarland, near Bakersfield, m ercury, Iodide o f potash, arsenic, phys
brought to Fresno for the purpose of ics, cathartics and “ dope” as rem edies
r blood sickness, but now the pure
having it assayed a chunk from a me fo
botanical 8. S. 8. Is their safeguard.
teor which he says he discovered on
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And If your blood condition Is such that
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Sn ake K ills T w o C hildren.
Pessimism of Mr. Mutshaw.
“It is a great pity,” a trifle grimly
remarked Stanley Livingston Mut-
shaw, who had several unappreciated
Frankensteins on his hands, a boil on
his neck and a grand grouch on his
soul, ‘‘that some children are so sadly
afflicted with bashfulness; and it is a
still greater pity that others ain’t. Al
so, I have observed that a brother-in-
law never dies and seldom resigns.
And I believe we are going to get this
season a darn sight more rain than
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Abner Wombat was born in a log
cabin, but every one of his grandsons
Secret M ission B elieved to B e to has a dress suit. Such is life in M u rin e Eye R e m e dy C o .v C h ic a g o
G et P h ilip p in e Indepen den ce.
Raw Meat Popular in Italy.
Tokio—The newspapers here report
Travelers report that in Italy the
the arrival in Tokio of John Aguinal
devouring of raw meat in restaurants
do, son of Emilio Aguinaldo, the for
is now so common as to be—to wo
mer Filipino revolutionary leader.
men, at any rate—a public annoyance.
They say he wore Japanese dress and
The waiter brings the slab of beef
steak and exhibits it to the eyes of
came to Tokio secretly, being followed
the man about to lunch, who watches
later by a suite o f three Filipinos.
process of cutting and of sprin
The newspapers reflect the impression
kling with a little oil and vinegar.
which obtains in some quarters that
Over the dish is then poured a raw
Agiunaldo has come to Japan to take
advantage of the negotiations between
Japan and the United States to secure
Y O U R S E L F ; in other
the liberation of the Philippines from
Wife—‘‘In a battle of tongues a
woman can hold her own.” Husband
words, your lazy liver. You
—“ M—yes, p’r’aps she can; but she
A dispatch from Tokio June 17 said
have been overloading the
reports from Kobe announced the ar
stomach and thus clogging
rival of Aguinaldo there on his way to
the capital. It developed that Aguin
the bowels. You can easily
“ Have you ever had nervous pros
aldo conferred in Kobe with several
I work for a salary
stir these organs into
Japanese, and in some quarters it was
which stops when I’m not on my job.”
believed that his visit had to do with a
movement for the independence of the
daily use of
Philippines. The foreign office at To
What we all need Is grand simple
kio said it had no knowledge whatever
lines in our characters and our work
as well as in our toilettes.
Washington, D. C.—Nine percent
of all the eggs shipped to market in
the United States are broken in tran
sit, according to statistics gathered by
the department of agriculture. To re
duce this enormous breakage, which
yearly causes a loss of millions of dol
Gave Her All Her Rights.
lars to producers, and raises the price
A woman was charged at Greenwich
of eggs for consumers, the department
is conducting extensive experiments to j (England) police court with allowing
determine the safest manner of pack a donkey to stray, immediately after
| a young man had been fined for a
ing eggs for shipment.
similar offense. Mr. Symmons—‘‘You
The waste from the breakage of won’t have a feminine grievance If I
eggs in New York City alone last year fine you the same as the man. If I
was more than 11J million dozen, out charged you leas yon would say you
D enies F lies C arry G erm s.
of a total consumption in New York were not having your rights. No, the
same as the man.”
San Francisco — That flies do not that year of 127,689,600 dozen.
transmit the germs of infantile paral
ysis is the assertion o f Profesor Wil
Japan A g a in A p o lo g ize s .
liam B. Herms, the noted parasitol
Tokio—A further apology was offer
ogist o f the University o f California.
This is a direct refutation o f the ed to Arthur Bailiey-Blanchard, United
theory recently advanced by Dr. Rose- States charge d’ Affaires, by Keishiro
nau, of Harvard University, and was Mutusi, under secretary of state for
only arrived at after months of experi foreign affairs, for the action of the Wonderful
ment in the Berkeley laborator persons who wrote on the walls of the
Fifteen thousand flies and 13
monkeys were used during the experi rected against the United States and
Awakens W hen tho
ments conducted by Professor Herms calling Americans the enemies of lib
Blood is Cleansed.
erty and justice The under secretary
on the above lines.
called and voiced his government’s re
gret. The foreign office had sent a | I f you are dow n with rh eum atism ; If
L o n g R ep rieves G ra n ted.
Phoenix, Ariz. — Five murderers, formal apologetic message immediate i you sneeze, feel chilled, are choked with
I catarrh, have a cou gh, or you r skin Is
all of whom were to have been hanged ly after the occurrence.
Panama— Numerous alarming ru
mors of damage have gained currency
as a result of the crack that recently
developed in the cut-off wall o f the
Mr«. Hilbert Tell* of Her Dis- northwest wing of the Miraflores locks
tressing Symptoms During of the Panama canal. One report had
it that the gates had pulled away some
Change of Life and How
portions of their supporting masonry
and that the cost to demolish and re
She Found Relief.
build the damaged structure would be
$1,500,000. The canal engineers say
Fleetwood. Pa.—“ Duringthe Change the crack is only a minor one and that
of Life X was hardly able to be around it probably was due to a slight settle
at all. I always had ment of the masonry.
Friday, were reprieved by Governor
a headache and I
Hunt until December 19, 1914. The
was so dizzy and ner
W a r on C ancer O u tlin ed.
governor’s action was the result of his
vous that I had no
Minneapolis —- The last day o f the determination to leave it to the people
rest at night. The
American Medical association’s con of the state to say whether the men
Hashes of heat were
so bad sometimes vention, was marked by a discussion shall die or live, as the result of a
o f plans for a nation-wide organiza vote on the recently initiated bill to
that I did not know
tion and movement to combat cancer. abolish capital punishment.
what to do.
Dr. J. Blood good, of Johns Hopkins initiative measure cannt be voted upon
" One day a friend
university, outlined the movement, until November, 1914.
advised me to take
which has been started in New York.
Lydia E. Pinkham’a
Dr. Bloodgood explained the nature of
F riedm a n n S a ils f o r H om e.
V e g e t a b l e Com
the American Society for the Preven
New York— Dr. Friederich Fried
pound and it made me a strong well wo
man. I am very thankful that I fol tion of Cancer, which will be launched mann, the Berlin physician who an
The nounced several months ago that he
lowed my friend’ s advice and I shall formally in New York in soon.
recommend it as long as I live. Before * organization was indorsed in addresses had a cure for tuberculosis, has sailed
His institute here was
1 took the Compound I was always by several surgeons.
closed recently after the board of
sickly and now I have not had medicine
'R a in F ollow s P ra y ers.
health had forbidden the U9e of his
from a doctor for years. You may pub
The doctor did not say
St. Louis— An hour after prayers vaccine.
lish my letter.” —Mrs. E dward B. H il
for rain had been ordered in the whether he would return.
bert , Fleetwood, Pa.
churches o f Belleville, 111., a suburb
Such warning symptoms as sense o f
near here, a heavy rain storm broke J a pa n G u ard s A m erica n E m bassy.
suffocation,hot flashes, headaches,back
the two months’ drougth throughout
Tokio— The government has arrang
aches, dread o f impending evil,timidity,
Missouri and Southern Illinois Sunday. ed for a stricter police surveillance of
sounds in the esrs, palpitation o f the
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu A hail storm completely blanketed the the American embassy in consequence
larities, constipation, variable appetite, lawns of Forest Park with ice, while o f the action o f unidentified persons
Weakness and inquietude, and dizziness, streets here were flooded for several who wrote on its walls recently a vio
lently worded inscription in English
are promptly heeded by intelligent wo hours.
Lightning did considerable damage directed against the United States.
men who are approaching the period in
life when woman's great change may to the property.
HIGH PEAK SCALED
D E SSE R T DISHES OF RHUBARB
One Thing Th at Holds Us.
Most of us would be financially well-
to-do if we didn’t have to pay our
debts.—St. Joseph News Press.
Moral Lesson Wasted.
‘‘Say, mother,” asked a dreamy Ed
gar, “ when I grow up I’ll be a man,
won’t I?” ‘‘ Yes, my son,” seizing the
opportunity to press home a needed
moral, ‘‘but if you want to be a real
man you must be very industrious
at school and learn how to behave
yourself. You must not be dull or
lazy, if you want to be a man.” “ Why,
mother,” came the wondering query.
“ Do the lazy women turn out to be
women when they grow up?”
What has become of the old fash
ioned dentist who used to give you
the tooth to take home with you?
They Know All About Us.
A French writer says that Ameri
cans use a coal-black china dinner
service when in mouring.
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“ DIDN’T BURT A BIT”
The laziest man is reported in Ar
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store in a little town. A woman en
tered his shop one day and said she
wanted to buy a pair of shoes. The
lazy man, who was sitting on a box I ^ .....
at one end of his establishment, look
ed at her, yawned wearily, and then
said: “ I can’t wait on you today.
Come In some time when I’m standin’
up.”—San Francisco Argonaut.
is what they all say
In the Car.
“ My dear sir, I don’t mind your
walking briskly all over my feet, but
I wish you wouldn’t loiter on them.”
He—“ I wish I had money. I’d trav
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Silence Is a great, peacemaker.—
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Keep your own counsel and you’ll
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i Oh! for a person who Isn’t trying to
: work something.
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