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reckon, ain’t much given to picking
wives out of the gutter. Plympton
From People’» Home Journal.
folks say the squire’s mother ia us
proud a woman as the ever shone
upon. She’d as soon see her son
When supper wub oyer, Mrs. Joe
admiring a kitchen-maid as your
I began: ‘‘Let’s take a look at your
daughter. If you’ve any sense left
fortune Roxie,” anti she made the
in that uncombed head of yours,
girl twirl her cup round and round, I
don’t talk to Roxie of young
and turn it upside down in her sau
Trevor, or anybody like him.
cer. Then she examined the little
Mrs. Joe bristled up like an angry
»tragling black tracks made by the
shaken up gronnds, and says she:
“You’re an ill mannered fellow!"
“Here’s a lover nt your right hand,
she. “If you wasn’t Joe’s
rich and splendid—none of your
I'd never bear with you
common sort, none of the mill-
Who cares for the squire’s mother?
hands, but one that’ll make a lad v
Isn’t he of age? Yes, that he is,
of you, and give you silks and
long ago! You’d better mind vour
satins, and carriages and servants,
JAMES R. WAITE,
own business, Sandy, and let Roxie
Wilts's CelehrAted Comedy Oo,
It ;. first ch.ss in every respect. The proprietor having been raised
Premium Band and Orchestra.
“Stuff,” said Roxie, and Sandv and her affairs alone. Everybody
knows what your rnedling means.”
in lib- business knows just bow to conduct it. Meat at retail and whole I Dr. Sflltf Medical Cu., Ukhart, Ind.
Blake’s face grew black as a thun
You will remember the condition I was In five
He gave her a wicked black look.
■ s or
When j wtts afflicted with a coinblnsr
You can buy by the quarter, Jess
more, and -v
“Some one ought to keep an eye
as low as you would have to pay ranchers
“Heres a wedding ring at the
ofeminent physicians. My nerves were prostrated,
K. A. M atthes , Proprietor. producing dizzine-s, heart trouble nnd all lhe ills
Roxie,” he grined,” and it
bottom of the cup,” went on Mrs.
Lal make life unset uhle. 1 commenced to taka
DR. MILES’ NERVINE Joe. “He’s a going to put it t on might as well be me as anybody
and in three months i wsa rcRi.cTLV cuacn.
Didn’t I always tell else.”
In mv travels each year, when I we the thous-nas your finger.
of physical wrecks, suffering from nervous pros-
Then he lighted his clay pipe,
tratlon, taking prescriptions irom you your face would
local physiciuns who have no knoul-
n rA W edge Of Ibelrcase. and whose death fortune, child?
He’sayoung man, and stalked out of the house.
is certain, I feel like going to them ant saying,
She was standing at the well the
m^;o?e^i,LrA:V«tA’'~^^er">here too, and handsome, with fair hair, next dav, was
Roxie, drawing a
I R F O fferers froin
with white hands and none of the bucket of water, when
lion and nervous exhaustion, brought on by the clownish, Plympton wavs—a live Trevor rode by, and
character of the business engaged in, 1 would
horse to speak to her again The
But there she stopped, for Sandy little gray shadows of a clump of
as obure'eure for all suffering from these causeA
apple trees near at hand flickered
J amzs R. Warrs.
Blake started up and snatched the i oyer the girl’s face, and hid in her
Sold on a Positive Guarunte»'«
I thought soft mischevious eyes, and danced
D r . MILES’ PILLS.50 D oses 25C r: teacup from her hand.
Disease commonly comes on with slight
| lie was going to throw it at her on the dimpled white arms with
symptoms, which when neglected increase
bead, but instead of that he dashed which she tugged al the old strap.
in extent and gradually grow dangerous.
it into a dozen pieces against the She wore a sprig of honeysuckle
tucked pehind one ear. and, Joe
II you SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, DYS-
Blake’s daughter or not, she was
I EPSIA or INDIGESTION, .
“No more of your cursed nonsen- as handsome as a picture.
If you iro BILIOUS. CONSTIPATED, or have
,” he cried furiously. His dark
Philip Trevor jumped off his
. TAKE RI PANS TABULES
and rushing to the well,
If your COMPLEXION IS SALLOW, or you
TAKE RIPANS TABULES
sweep from her. drew up
BUFFER DISTRESS AFTER EATING.
“Your handsome gentleman, with
è Ca.aals, Trade-marks. Design Patents Copyrights
with his own hands, and
For OFFENSIVE BREATH and ALL DISOR-
A. if .1 al! Patent business conduct:d for
wh te hands, had better keep away
TAKE RIPANS TABULES
carried it to the Blake kitchen.
DEhS OF IhE STOMACH.
fr »m the bouse, if he knows what’s
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