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IN THE ••GOOD OLD TIMES.“
CURE GILA MONSTER'S BITE.
Indians Alone Know the Secret Rses-
ec’yfor the Venom.
Although rattlesnakes are considered
b a strong point, with dangerous from a polsouous staml-
| point, they are Insignificant when com
A pared with the dreaded glia monster of
bottle lasts longer and does the mtudy deserts of the southwestern
more good than any other. VVetherliee. who has been studying
these desert creatures, uas made •
It b the only medicine of number of very Interesting and Im
portant discoveries aa to their nature
which can truly be said
■ nd geuernl habits. This lisard shaped
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR antuial when full grown measures
Don’t try cheap cough medi
cines. Get the best. Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral, what a
record it has, sixty years of
Mollis Tolls How Baby < »«"••
Tbsra's no UM
— . »>•«'
ms iniiis told ms so.
Facts M hieh Hhow How Much llqttsr
Aud if Ibsrs's any vus that doss, mj
Off We Are To Dev.
nisuiuia ought to know;
Not until February of ISI'J did tho
For sbs haa boon Io Kuropo, and •••“
l»eople of Keutueky know that Madi
ths Pops of Bonis,
son was elected Ptesidenl lu tbe pre Though ahs Myo thal was bsfors I rams
to live with h«r it homo.
In 1834 one of the leading railroads
of the V lilted States printed on Its You ms , ws bad no baby, uni»»» f»“
tluie table: "The loiniuotlve will leave
call me uno«
the diqsit every day at 10 o’clock, if À ml I have grown so bis yo» know,
'twould bars to bs In fun.
the weather Is fair.”
The first typewriter was received by Wbsu I went to seo grsudin», abo««
two weeks ago,
the public with suspicion. It seemed
And now we've one, « little oo*»
subversive of existing conditions
«quirni« and wriggle« eo-
reporter who took one Into n courtrisim
first proved Its real worth
And mamma ssjrs an sncsl cam* d0*“
In England, some eent.irles ago. If
from heaven abo*e,
an ordinary workman, without permis And brought ibis baby to her. for »■>•
and in« to luv«;
sion. moved from one parish to another
in search of work or better wages, he And Its got the cuniiiiigeat of fe*t* ••
littl« an can be,
was branded with a hot Iron.
curly halts • ’“*
fir*t A nd amiling eye«, and can see.
hand« you «car»*«
thought of starting a newspaper ill
Philadelphia many of Ills friends ad Aud
a bit. Uh* Mina
vised against it. Iiecause there was a
like me—I don’t
paper published In Boston. Some of And
I II III a
’I” J V»SS I
them doubted that the country would
For I'm ■ »irl. an I It's • bo? *uJ
tic* able to sup|K>rt two new »papers
I can’t emhir«,
One hundred years ago. the fastest
they're babies Ilk« our own.
laud travel In the world was on the Unl«M they'll
plagu« and tea«« you «ur«
Great North Bond. In England, after It
had been put Into Its liest condition. But
There the York mall coach tore along
nt tlie rate of ninety mile« a day. nnd Ths
many persona contldently predicted Di
vine vengeance on such unseemly Ami
When Thomas Jefferson wns elected Ami
President of the United States, on Feb
ruary 17. 1801. afier one of the most You can't tell; no I <tir<a you can’t,
exciting pollticaI campaigns in our his
maiiitna ought to know,
tory. the gratifying new s did not r< ach For it's« her baby, her’a and our’«,
mamma told mo tu;
the successful candidate for ns many
days as It now takes hours to transmit And they don't make any cunning thing«
like him on earth, you aeo;
tlie result o* a presidential election to
For no wax doll, with real hair, la half
the w hole civilised world.
ao nice aa ho.
When, in lSir.l, Richard Trevithick ut
tered the following wont», there were I kuuw nn sngel brought him, auJ 1
many who considered him an Insan.*,
think on« brought me. too.
dangerous person: "The present gen Though 1 don’t Just now remember, «nd
eration will use canals, the next will
•o can’t tell, can you?
prefer railroads with ImrAvs. but their But mam inn knows, nib! thia I know, the
baby wasn't hum«
more enlightened sueeessoni will em
ploy steam carriages on railways as When I went away, and now h« la; If
you want to a«« him. com«.
the perfection of tlie art of convey
For Infant« and Children.
IVepitMlwn for A-»
■ bout eighteen Inches In length and
In girth about the size of an ordinary
Ung itic Sli'UkKlti ami 1
cures! Ask your doctor if
Black Mammy Wouldn't Have Bar Doga
INTANI %*•’< HIL»Kt._N
Its tall composes one-third ths
Kent to the Pound,
colds, bronchitis, and all
Among the prisoners taken Into a length of Its body and Its skin Is of
throat and lung troubles.
Southern police court tha other day a pustular nature and motley In color,
I’nwii*' :4 Ihite.-ation (.hn'tful •
-I ha»« foui»«l thal Ay«r « Cherry r«c«t»ral
was an old colored woman who had giving a reddish yellow and brown ef
ta th« best mediclu« I can prescribe for bron-
chiti«. tnduenta eouffh«. and hard cold»
been arrested for failure to provide fect. Its legs are placed on Its body
M. Luo«««». M.U.. Ithaca. M. T.
Opium Morphuu' iwrMuicfdL
tags for her two dogs. When qnes-
N ot NAI4COTIC
Honed by the court she answered that ard. but It has none of the rapidity In
■ for ——i-—
■be was old and poor, and had not movements of that aulmal. It seeks
been able to get money for the license the hottest places tn the desert and
delights In heat ranging about 135 de
“But you know that it 1» against the grees. According to Professor Wether Correct any tendency to constjpa*
law for dogs to go without tag».” the bee science does not know of a single tlon with small doses of Ayer's Pills.
judge reminded her, “and 1 •ball have antidote to the poison emitted from
this animal, and it was in hope of dis
to sentence you------”
I know it,” she interrupted, hum covering such that he made ■ recent
How a railway porter gav$ a Roland
sojourn In the desert of Arisons and
. “1 couldn't help It”
for a passenger's Oliver is related lu
Unless," the Judge continued, ••the California. The rapid Increase of set the followiug tale:
Apcrfrd Remedy rorConMipa
dogs are seut to the pound. In
lion.Sour Slmiweh Diarrt»«»
“A few weeks ago." he says, “a gen
case you will be dismissed."
the reclamation projects, hi.* made It , tieman caiue up to me on the arrival of
But the old woman looked at I
! an express, and said be had changed
liess tuai I.OHM Off MJlM*.
necessary for the authorities to look
her wrinkled face full of distress,
st such-and-such a Junction, and be
cahn't do that I cahn't!” she cried. to their safety from the dreaded ani could not find his luggage tu the van.
Ear Smale Signiere of
And then she told her story. Her mal.
“That's all right, sir.” I said; "the
dogs were her only friends, her only
Since the departure of the Indians
train divides into two halves at the
protection. They were such beautiful ' from this part of the country these | junction. You’ve come on by the first
dogs, and one was named for her bus j monsters have increased In large num-1 ' half; your luggage will come on by
band. and the other one was so know bers. as the Indians killedwtbem off the second. I've known many a case."
ing and could stand on bis bind legs, formerly In large quantities. The
•'You're wrong, porter," said the
just like a man! She could not let Haulipls, a tribe of Mexican Indians,
traveler; “it was not a case, It was a
anything happen to her dogs.
She are said to have a remedy for the bite
EXACT COTY Of W1UWCM.
! of the glia monster, but this, however. portmanteau."
would go to prison herself Instead.
"And." added the porter, "hs went
There was nothing to do but accept
away with a grin which made u>e fair
The judge reluctantly inducements so far made have been
ly mad. In a quarter of au hour or so.
pronounced sentence—six dollars’ fine without results In trying to obtain
though." he continued, "tbe geutlemau
or nine days In the workhouse, and even the smallest portion of ibis cov
when the session was over she eted antidote. The president of Mex came back, and said to me:
"Porter, how long will that second
marched quietly with the other pris ico himself even went among the In
years Maryland has Jumped
oners out to the van. Nobody had ths dians and tried to secure the secret. train of yours be?”
“'Twelve coaches and an engine.' I ance.”
For mamma says If I am good I can from fifth to third place In the willow
heart to tell her that before she came | Unlike most poison of animals, which
When Benjamin Franklin first took
kiss hint every dry,
ware Industry of the United Mtatra.
out of the workhouse her dogs would are generally of an acid composition,
"We both laughed that time."
And well kiss him now. and then (< ranking now next to New York and
probably be dead; or If not, that she this exception Is alkaline In nature.
York he spent four days on the Jour
out and have a alee loug play;
would undoubtedly be arrested again. Death soon follows the bite of the
"There it goes again,” said the trol ney. He tells us that, a« tlie old driver And If anybody avka you bo* babies Pennsylvania. Baltimore la on« of th«
After all, something might happen. In ! animal.
'three willow ware centers which only
ley conductor as he rang the bell to Jogged along, he spent Ills time knit
come and go.
a police court even more than in other
During the professor’s experiments let off a passenger who bad only rid ting stockings. Tw o stage coaches and Why. , tell them it's th« anfrl«, for hare shown any actual growth In the FIRE
IN MHtlHW t'Wt------- -
places, sufficient unto the day Is the a Mexican assistant was caught by den for a square.
buslnrus. In Maryland the center of -------- OUMftV
mamma told ma BU.
eight horses suffieej for all the com
i>.|i!«t* s»’« k •»< Ht* AifMíatv»». tt *•
iu UM I«
j the thumb by one of the animals and
the willow district Iles In Howard •h| I MIMS ft SSI« t>4 lupplM 4KM gvaij»
"You’d be astonished.” continued merce that was carried on betweeu
ta««s>y «»»»y B ff« I*r | m M <•»>«*• t.
Something did happen. A newspaper i the result was he died witbin twenty the knight of tbe bell strap, "to know Boston and New York, and in win
You Can 11«t Allen's I oot-llas. I HI R.
NUAW v4»l* IM hW «XI I» J«SNf n VI U.
reporter got bold of the story, and It minutes, after first falling Into a stu- bow many people try to beat the trol ter the journey occupied a week.
AHI r I IMI I X IIMM 1M1I
Writ. Allen s olm.ivd, I« Boy. N. Y . toy • ridge alone the output of willow ex
fre« Bam i lr <f Al>u » ' t la.* U curva ceeda
. s .». g»> r»»ff l«|ik *«.' t*
1 I.-«-««« th«
came out In that night's paper. It was por. Another case was noted of a ley for a free ride when they want to
Napoleon, at tho height of ills pow «wealing, hot aw ..c,- a. h ng
• > « I .* i
It >• ••••
told very badly, not “worked up” a‘. half-Mexican girl who 1 had beeu bit- make a call a square or two away
k ertaln cure for Arundel County contributes
|Uri».h A V lUiK r*rtUarf. 0»
er. could not command our everyday sew or tight •!.< < • »••¥
all; but the American public Is quick j ten. She at first was seized with from borne.
Ingrowlnf nail» at 4 ’ un'. n« UI4ruf-
conveniences, such as steam heat, run coin«.
gilt» »ell it
b'.n i accept any tubaUtul*. A GUAR AM I I l> Ct HI! I OR Pll I S
to read between the lines, and before paralysis. A little later she cried that
"They hop on the car, wait till It ning water. l>ath aud sanitary plumti-
Itrhins mind. ftlwMftm
the next morning tlie money for the her head was splitting, Gradually the has started and then want to know If
<>ur .lru«<i»l «11 rwrun.t mouwv it FAXU O| .M
lng. gas. electric light, ralroada, steam
Discretion a Failure.
old “aunty's” release and the tax for pain, however, left her * and a tew the car doesn't g" to some place which
MI X I I a » i
boats, the telegraph, tlie telephone, the
"I wns at the busklug bes one Cay
her dogs had been offered many minutes before expiring she lapsed they know it doesn't come within a
phonograph, dally newspapers, maga Great fun.”
times over. She who bad thought her Into unconsciousness. During these mile of. In this way they get their
zines. and a thousand other bloss'ngs
Crack B<>nt Builder Ah! Huw «!• do.
"Find a red ear?”
dogs her only friends suddenly found developments she lived about two ride for nothing and go on tbelr way
which are now part of tlie dally ne
Mr. Kichiuan? H w did thal ruwbuat
" Y. s "
■ score of warm hearts at the service hours and a half after being bitten. in the belief that they have fooled the
I mad« you ls«t sumiuer suit?
cessities of even manual laborers
“Kiss the prettiest girl?”
of her need.
Professor Wetherbee Intends going conductor.”—Philadelphia Press.
Mr. Kt< huian Perfectly!
When tbe first two tons of anthra
It Is a pretty story and a not un among the Iluallpis and trying to se
“Ah! I'm glad to hear It. I always
ty girls were engaged to husky farm l>k« to give «stufactiun. Huit«d perfect
common one. It Is safe to say that cure. by fair or unfair means, the se TO AWAKEN WHEN YOU WISH.
phia. In lfkKl, the good people of thnt ers.”
no case of need is ever made known cret of this tribe as regards the antl-
81mpt. Plan Which Requires No Alarm ■ytty. so tbe records state, “tried to
"IVhnt did you do?"
“Yea. I left It In front of my boat
to the public that help Is not Imme dote.
Clock to Be Set.
burn the stuff; but. at length, disgust
h<>UM all «iHiitiur, and «very a^alawag
"KlMed the homeliest girl."
diately and eagerly offered. But re
We bear it frequently asserted that ed. they broke it up and made a walk
w ho tried tu «teal it got upset or drown
"i>hi that give gal •' ' (too
porters are not always at hand, and
He Learned to Sing.
if persona will Impress the thought
"Not a bit of It. Each of the husky rd."
A professor at the head of the de firmly upon their minds and continue of it” Fourteen years later, Colonel
sometimes the friendless ones come to
our very door. Are we as quick to partment of music, in one of our col- thlnkln« «bout it until thev have fallen George Shoemaker sold eight or ter farmers felt that
For coujrh« and cold« th* re la no ballar
wagon loads of It In the same city, but snubbed ills best
’ • -e»
medicine than 1‘iau a Cura fur Cuuiuuip-
in to point the way to us?—Youth ! ago. at a rehearsal, in which the whole asleep that they desire to awake at a . warrants were soon Issued for ills ar
Frit « 23 cents.
college took part, why he did not Join certain hour in the morning, they will rest for taking money under false pre
Thratnr*G<>lng Under 1>Iffirullle«.
In the singing.
Russia's Lack of Statesmen.
CITO r.rm.i '
■ . nr n.rvoMMss
Patron—I «re y«>u bar« a node« out
ill« .n.r nr.il.» ■ ... f r g
“I cannot sing,” the young man an St Louis Globe-Democrat But bow
As a matter of fact, there has not
lloatort-r ".ml ’..r I r.r « ! Ir:«. I
■ . »,.4 tr.
many people have tried this method of
«idr, saying that tickets bought of spec
8AY3 TEACH BLIND BY EAfl
been a statesman of the first class In swered; “I have no voice.”
Dr. K. U Kiln., Ud .Hl Ar t> st. riululriphiq, |- a
ulators ou th« street will b« refused at
“Shout, then." replied the professor;
Russia since Peter the Great and none
Dr. Heller Declare« Touch Hyatem la
TREAT MEN T
of the second class unless Nesselrode “make a noise with the others, for we given hour In the morning only to find
Not Beet for Th m.
Htie Let Him Off
Theater Ticket Seller—Yrs, sir, that is
their rest throughout the night dis
and the first Emperor Nicholas are to need it”
Wife- My dear. 1 iic.-d a little more of our rule.
Dr. Heller, director of the Jewish
r « «•
be excepted. To consider Prince Gort-
“I was studying once. In Berlin,” he
tliia stuff. and some trimming to match.
“Well, PH take a ticket fur to-night,
» ihmii op«
Ths brain will usually respond to
chakoff a great chancellor on account continued, to the students, “and we
t i«.n lh«4 «r« ( te-.
some highly Interesting nnd Important I wish you would drop iuto Bigg, Sala A parfjiirtte----- “
)<• lufM «
“Very sorry, sir, but all th« tickets
of his elaborate dispatches is absurd. were drilled in some of the great ora the will and awaken one in the morn observations which he has made In re Co.'» and get it.
'•»•■Ws • il«»FU4 «
Husband (a smart fellow)—I»et me see. hav« been bought up by speculators!"
To call him a great statesman, in the torio choruses every noon by Herr ing near the desired hour under any cent years, says the Vienna correspond
Ob, 1 know. That's the »tor. where
time of Cavour, Bismarck, Lincoln and H----- , one of the finest directors in circumstances, but to prevent the un ent of the New York World.
ha» ata «olir«;«
they have so many pretty girb, iau't it? Byrup th« be»t r«f?ie«!jr !<> um fvr their ah 114r«a
• i * . w
' at am
Seward, is preposterous. Whatever the world. I had never sung a note broken, uneasy sleep the adoption of
He Insists thnt the educators of the
th » ou >«lffff
during th« leethlng ¡«rlml.
growth Russia has made In the last In my life, and refrained from taking only a very simple device is necessary. blind are wrong in assuming from the
“Yea, I remember. That blond girl
,.r ,,wer tu» (|
•forty years has been mainly In spite part because I was afraid of putting The last thing before getting Into bed. first that the mind of the blind is at the trimming counter known your
Wbiefc tir • I. « •••'.>.. f SM««
take a watch or clock and turn the
of the men who have posed before the the others out of pitch.
awakened and instructed by tlie sense taMes and will doubtless select just the
world as her statesmen: the atmos
“After three rehearsals be came to bands to the hour at which one wish«* of touch. He says that the progres tort of trimming you want—I mean tha of the European continent and found
'•< ■ m • •
phere of Russian autocracy Is fatal to me, saying: 'Young man, why do you
enough to fix the hour firmly on the sive phenomena of a blind child's de blue eyes and sweet little——“
greatness In her public men.—Century. not sing?'
i «f*«««n4< » i
Mnd a. smp
velopment are so minute as to be
1 4 I ¡ m N »MILK
AIU'H a 4A
“There are a number of thing« I want
“ 'Oh,' I replied. ‘I cannot sing a retentive memory. Then, If no other microscopical. But closest study has
"You say you saw all you wsntm] to
Are Visiting Lists Too Long?
downtown. Never mind, dear, ITI g<j
put the others
Th< C Gu Wo Chinese Mediane Co
of Italy." said ■ friend, on Miss Vlo
Mrs. De Fashion (average society lady
that and the moment one is locked In revealed to him that, except in those aud get them myself.”
making her round of calls owing to av out’
let's return to her nstlvs heath lu Kan
wbo are also deaf, the blind are de
erage society friends)—Is Mrs. Wiggins-
“'Bah!' returned the great man, ‘In
sas. ' ll bat did you tbluk of tbs laz
Van Mort la nds st home?
the chorus your voice will be grand.
r.k. I aisi I v . Bronin Quinine T.bi.l. All drug
Servant—No, madam, she's------
I have missed it already, and shall hour In the morning, as a rule, one
"Don't talk to ms al>out It,” said
Mrs. De Fashion—Plesas band her my
will find one s self released from sleep
look for you at the next rehearsal.’
Mlsa Violet, briskly. "I'd rather have
card when she returns.
schools for the blind of the future Orov«', Signatur« t. ou eq, h box. 3S.-.
"So, you see,” he said, “that when
Servant—She won’t return, madam.
a good dlsb of plain American ma< a
There la no need to keep thinking of must teach them to recognize by the
we work togetfier, every one counts,
She was buried • month ago.
ronl baked with cbeeM any time!”
ear what they have learned to conceive
Many people complain of having a
and the man who does not take part the hour continually for a number of by touching—material,
The Water Clock.
Is either over-modest or lazy, both very minutes, no need to repeat it over and form, numbers and so on. He says,' bad memory, as If it were something
About 150 B. C. there was a water
they could not help, like a headache, j/AAkg » I X XI XIIITTTTTTTT
Clock in use in Italy, Greece and Egypt. bad faults.”—Success Magazine.
brain uneasy and results in the dis too. that In teaching them great atten or some similar ailment; yet even that
Th. water escaped from a jar and fell
turbed slumber. Simply look at the
can be helped nowadays by the appli
Into a receptacle beneath, in which float
They Play Tennis.
watch or clock, as I have indicated, pasalve imagination of the blind into cation of a little common sense. After
ed a small oar, which, by its rising on
Japanese women, for all their pret
and the influence of the mind over
the water, pointed out the hours.
all, there 1» no reason why nnylsaly
ty listlessness of carriage and manner,
matter will be clearly demonstrated In because the blind are nearly enthralled should have a bad memory. It Is mere
are beginning to take an interest In
the morning. Try It some night and by passive imagination. But it Is this ly a matter of training and is. more
athletic sports. An American woman
observe how smoothly this phsycho- change to active imagination which
tells how she played tennis in Japan logical fact works.
awakens the creative [xiwer In them. over, a matter In which It Is never too
with native women.
The change can be effected slowly, late to attend to Its training.
"It is wonderful how agile they are,”
Sign ortho Three Balia.
very slowly, by giving blind children grown-ups many methods are advo
From cold, hard labor or exercise,
The three balls used by pawnbrokers freedom in their play, by letting them cated, all of them, no doubt, based on
she said, “and it certainly Is a most
relaxes the atiflneaa and Iho auro
extraordinary sight to see them play are the symbol of St. Nicholas. There is represent in their own way what they the principle of mental concentration.
ne a a dlaappear«.
ing In the regular Japanese dress, the a legend to the effect that the saint once grasp of nature and of life ami by In a young child the faculty can be
pretty, soft silk robe so associated offered three purses of gold to three placing at their dls|>oaal materials and cultivated by making the child de
Price, 25c. mid 5Oc.
women to enable them to marry. The
everything It has seen In Its
I am compelled by a sense of gratitude with reclining ease, and the thick-soled purses of those days were small bags, tools and leaving to them what they scribe
walk, taking care that no fact ** * * ” *** *111 ^^^^-TTTIT XIIXIXXX X xxx ^IXIXIXXXXXXTIIX¿
to tell you the great good your remedy sandals,
which when tied at the top to keep In the will make with them and how they morning
has done me in a case of Contagious Blood
Is exaggerated, but that strict atten
“You can't imagine the effect of the coins somewhat resembled balls.
will set about It.
Polson. Among other symptoms I was se sunlight on the sheen and gorgeous
Is paid to truth In every detail.
But Dr. Heller says with emphasis tion
verely afflicted with Rheumatism, and got hues of the silken dress. L_
A great deal of sympathy is given a that their teachers should never forget In the matter of memorizing It Is an <<
almost past going. The disease got a firm
preacher because he doesn't always get
plan to let tho child learn
is the organ excellent
—-I the hand of the blind Is
hold upon my system; my blood was thor the serve and return of the balls sends his salary. Transfer it to his wife who that
Of Our Method of Extract
oughly poisoned with the virus. I lost in
works twice as hard, and 1» not suppos that at once understand and executes, one line of poetry a day. which It
weight, was run down, had sore throat, the prettiest of posturing. They look ed to get anything but board and clothes, and that if they are rightly taught to should repent the following morning,
eruptions, splotches and other evidences like flowers lightly blowing about the • nd a chance to praise the Lord
perceive their manual capacity must and at the end of a week It will be
wh’n »••ms nr lalkl
of the disease. I was truly in a bad shape court.
t’V Ii.lns mil <smini V.l.n
able to sAy the seven lines. The young
be the most perfect of all.
when I began the use of S. 8. S., but the
rau on. that w ill ..........
‘‘The thick soled sandals are not
brain should not be overloaded with
. 2 I'» ¡"■"I'1" P'""
"I th. city nulrs
persistent use of it brought me out of my
»j.•" 'hat you will i,..t 1«, ,|.|e,. .j 7
Boston Blank Vote«.
knowledge, but allowed to assimilate
trouble safe and sound, and I have the hard to run In. Indeed, I was assured
The ballot law of Massachuseetta has ■ fragment each day.
courage to publicly testify to the virtues of they were most comfortable for the
(lur |7 jr«*ar«*
• I°l2 ’-raLT*
been recommended for adoption In oth
your great blood remedy, S. S. 8., and to sport.
b Iliff I hr«|Mt In IIPC...I
recommend it to all blood-poison suffer-
er «fates because It compels the voter
"Some of the Japanese ladles I met
hay« frrllnt. a. wru *«><»«
ers, sincerely believing if it is taken ac set up a strong enough game to play
to express a preference for each candi
”WI. St.sms. Uli .
, u, ,
For the Study of
cording to directions, and given a fair
* nona Main
date, and thus in theory favors "split-
trials it will thoroughly eliminate every
ticket” voting, says the New York
Imported game Immensely."
amks C uman .
204'2U Faffing Bldg , Third md Washington
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—the number of blank ballots it pro-
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Parker, for President, had lO.flOil
ons upon the .&u>,
sores in tne
the mouth that’s a fine youngster. Allow me to
and loss of hair and eyebrows, are some of congratulate you.
plurality In Boston, but nhoiit 8,000
for every one of
Young woman—Sir, that baby la not
the symptoms of this vile disease. 8.8. a
ballots cast were not marked for tills
our graduates are
is an antidote for the awful virus that mine.
office at all. Douglas' plurality was
attacks and destroys even the bones.
Caller—I repeat, madam, allow me
B-i.OTq In the largest vote cast, but even
8. S. S. contain* no Mercury, Potash or to congratulate you.—Tit-Bits.
for Governor there wer<s 4,015 blanks
other mineral ingredient. We offer «1,000
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For Lieutenant Governor there wire
for proof that it is not absolutely veget.
He Gave It Up.
9,757 blanks, for Secretary of State 13.
able. Home treat-
Mrs. Henpeck—I've often wondered
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what first attracted you to me. What
ratio until 23,250 blanks out of a total
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was it about me that made you want
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vote of only 08,034 testified that 24 p r
to marry me?
cent of the voters didn’t care a pencil
Henpeck—I give It up. I never was
ailed good at riddle».—Chicago Journal.
Evidently the Boston problem Is not
to get the voters to the polls, but to
Some men hate to be husbands just
those who write us. as naturally as some boys bate to go
make them take the trouble to vote
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