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Slaves to Spring Catarrh Restored to Health By Pe-ru-na.
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J Mrs. John K. HUli, OJ MulUrry Ht., Lynn, ! (f7i' liM&
I Mut writes! j, ro '"JBk'
J "I hsvo Ix-cn troubled with catarrh since, t V. H Ks
Honest People x Tell Their Experiences.
Spring, the Time to Cure Catarrh.
Mr..T,n.Rrnlt, i well-known nlhletc, whoso homo I Mr. Wlensnd llmuemsn. a prominent nd sgcit
kddrcs Is ltrlilK') ' writes from llio Hotel I rlllrcti of Ncneen rails N Y. t Hip Inventor of a
Dunavlli. Delaware, (lliln, ns follow si
"1 in 11 ray n( l'ernim Hint, n a lonlo fur (lie spring
of tlio year. It In tlio liest fur itthlctcs, ami such 1
can glvo It n hearty recommendation,"
I'eruna doc nut fait to prevent Ilia lsssltudo and
languor Incident to the approach of warm weather,
If taken lu time.
number nf Implement of modern warfare
"1'or several year put, 1 and my family used
your l'eruiia a n tonic anil for tlio publication of
tin) system lit Kunural and
Ini'dlclno to reitoru weak
I tliat It l an cxcclUul
nerve lo a healthy
Mr. John K. HUli, 8J MulUrry Ht., Lynn,
"I havo Ihtii troiililed with catarrh since. I
wa ten yearn old, At time my head troubled
ma o that I was obliged to atay In a dark
room. Nothing helped mo and my physician
Bald I could never Ik) cured.
" began taking I'eruna lfti spring and
Una my sell greatly benefited by It. I have
not had an attack since I took my first bottle.
I think In time It will cure me. It has already
improved my appetite and my sencral health
and I have gained twenty pounds la three
"I havo recommended It to several of my
frlcndii, who nlso llnil It ery beneficial. I ad
vise any ono troiililed with catarrh to use.
I'm n mi."
Almost every ono hasenmo to hollevu
that tiJirlllK I' a suiimiii that bring lie
raligoinciit of thu body ilepcndeiU on
This hullcf la an oh', fine, la nearly uni
versal, and has arisen, not a thu result
of tlio teaching of thu medical frater
nity, hut has I icon learned lu thu hitter
school of experience.
Depression of thu nervoug nyKtom at
thu approach of curing U uferlllu source
of blood impurities.
There, arc cunoral lassitude, dull,
heavy sensations, continual tired feel
ings, with Irregular appetite, und wiuw
times loi of xleep.
That Tired Eeellng.
That tired feeling, which la tlio nat
ural result oT thu depressing eftect of
-AWarin weather Immediately after thu
invigorating cold of winter, quickly
Auappeara whan raruna Is taken.
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Mrs. A.K. Uiickcr. 1.-21 Cedar street, Natrf.
"I wish to tell you what Peruna hat done
tor me. In the spring ol I9'JJ I mm very
sick and so weak I could scarcely be up. I
as alarmed at my condition.
"1 had ii bad couith for some limn and I tried
several courIi medicines, but prow worso all
tlio time. 1 knuw If I did not get relief, I
would soon ro Intoconinmptlon.
"So I decided to try I'eruna. I had con-
ildent.c In It before I took It and found It was
Juit the medlclno I needed, for In a short
time my cough ceased ana my strengin re-turned.
"I havo on Joyed Iwtlcr health alnco taking
It than I had for several year previous."
The Correct Remedy.
I'eruna meets ovVry Indication and
proves Itself to ho perfectly adapted to
all their varied peculiarities. I'eruna
InvlKorutca tlio svslum, rejuvenates the
feeliiiKX, restores thu normal appotltu
and procures regular sleep.
Do Not Delay.
Clet a Uittlo of I'eruna when tha first
languid feelings mako themselves ap
parent lu thu spring. Tuko It according
to llu dlreellons on tlio bottle. Con
tinue this trcatmunt through thu llrst
months of spring
This uotiro of treatment Is no experi
ment. It has helped thousands. Why
should it not help you?
A Spring Tonic.
Almost everybody ncoda a tnnlo In tlio
spring. Something to brace tlio nerves,
Invigorate, tlio brain, and cleJnto thu
blood. That I'cruua, will do this U bo
yond all question. Hvoryono who iiaa
itrleUlthaa had'tho same oxperlonco as
Mr. Warnm M. Taylor, 1218 8th Ave,
llrookl)ii, N. V., who, lu a recent letter,
"1. Kiiftorcd from a general feeling of
lassitude, with orciisluiiiil creeping
chills, followed sometimes by fever and
"These symptoms manifested them
selves mostly In the spring nud fall.
"I aufforcd this way for about loven
Last spring I began using Peruna
and followed the Instructions as set
forth In one of Dr. Hart man' a book
lets which I picked up In a drug store
and to my great Joy I noticed that
within a week In as nearly cured.
"At the end of two months I was en
tirely cured and feel as though I havo u
now lease of life."
Hprjiig Is" thu best llmo to treat ra
tarrli. isaturu renown herself every
spring. Tlio system li rejuvenated by
spring weainer. This renders
clues more effective.
A short coiirsuof I'eruna, assist, d by
tlio balmy ulrof spring, will nfu-u re
lievo old, atubborn cases of it irrh thai
havo resisted treatment for ears.
A Word of Advice.
To thoso who havo been aflllctcd with
chronic catarrh wo wish to say that thu
spring Benson affords 3-011 a splciidlc op
portunity to got rid of your disease.
It may bo you havo been allllcted for
several years; you may have tried dif
ferent rumcdlc. i'crhaps you havo be
Now Is Your Opportunity.
This failure was during thu winter
months. Hut now,l your opportunity,
Niiluro comes to your asslstauco ntthls
Just help her a lltllo and alio will
bring you out of th'fuaginlru lu which
you havo been floundering so long. 'Ilvo
Nature a llttla assistance, lest her strug
gle bo In vain.
A Typical Case.
(Ico.M. l'lllmorc, formorlylstl.letlt.Vd
I H. Artillery, writes from lJ 1, HI., N.
W., Washington, 11,0., as follows!
"I brought forward from winter Into
spring a sickening caau of catarrh which
was iiiaKiugi-xisiencu miseraiuu lor me,
until I was Induced to try a bottle of
"An Immediate. Improvement gavo mo
hope, if not relief. 1 kept up taking I'e
runa and it has 10 strengthened and re
lieved mo that I am now confident of a
cure. I heartily endorse I'eruna for ca
tarrhal affections and as a lonlo for their
weakening effects." (Jco. M. l'lllmore.
A short course of I'eruna now will
he lust In time. During the month ot
April i ou will find the strategic time to
rid yourself of chronic catarrh, one ot
the most persistent, stubborn diseases
In the whole list ol human ailments.
After you havo tried It you will say
I'eruna Is positively tho bvst spring
uiedlcluo you havo over used.'
A ureal manv vears of oxtenslvo trials
of this remedy ill this class of derange
ments havo demonstrated Its ellcleney.
Thousands of case mluht bo nuoted
in which I'eruna has rescued peopln
from tho ravnges of spring catarrh, and
put them 011 a good, solid foundation of
Wo can clvo our readers onlr a sllcht
gllmpsoof tho vast array of unsolicited
endorsements Dr. Ilarluiaii Is con
stantly receiving. No other physician
lu tho world has received such a volume
of enthusiastic letters uf thanks.
If you do not dcrlvo prompt and satis
factory result from tho uso of I'eruna,
write atuueoto Dr. Ilarlmau, giving .1
full statement of your cam and ho will
bu pleased to glvo you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilarlman, President of
The llartman Kan Urluni, Columbus,
Ohio. Alt correspondence bold strictly
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle.
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Peruna Is for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
LOCAL ANI) tjENERAL
Tl tlw Thrw fastis' damf.!. iW
1 t-'lttSMtrtrli Rnw
William MiKlnk-r Unlire mwls Iht
enliiK ! IN o'rhx-k
Von shoHld tr ih' r- and amhain
-ml mutt bv tit' VIMfM Hi-r
' A JapftHew hiH bin fmtt rat) uvr !
a hark at th CkiHIlM' wharf ftfr
j I m
ylt a f Kainntiii in vhn bos Wfif
! .11 HllmclaiM at the Howtx) mi Iiw yea-
Whoo at the tar ttoi't tHvfllitD HaK
for Creun Pure tlyo. It la iwio Had
WlUtam Mi-KlBley lim will hav
mm k lu the ntHk of HshIik at tho teg
11 lu r mowing toNliit
It I oip.-cted that Hwh Ilodtnr
will Kty n visit to this city on Ilia wn.
homo frtmi the Orient
Tho nallor who HHaahed the plain
cliiiw window st Mrliwniy'B Ihm art
H'mI for tlio datHAg aHtl lii released.
The HIka are friiwrlng mmie sort
r an cnlertHlnment to tako pkicu at
the old Atuken Klali Maktt on Kiinrth
Tho mlnlstent who Imvo been at
lending the Methodist uinfeieilio have
leturiitil to their r)iectlru chiircjict
I'rlvnte ndvlrcB fiuin San Krnnctwii
tty that illght shocka of eiiitluimki
lire irepiiili felt In that city nt thu
it Ih wild that something like ISC.tWO
will ttle the oalvngo claim of the
Inter-Inland 8 N Co. iiKalnat tho Inh
(larve If settled mil of cuiirt.
Itev Dr Sylveaier will .preach a
special Berinon for men Hunday nvrii
llig entitled "Tho Twentieth Celt
tuo'a AiMal to YAiiiir Men."
"KowiUril thai Uitln Is neciary
for the nveniKe Mildent," wim the HUli
ject delMted b) thi High SclllMll 1)0
b.itlng Club rsteriluy iifteriiiHiu.
I.el AI0I111 CliHiter No 3, of tho llast
ei 11 Slur, meeta thin evening nl T:30
ii'rliH-k Visiting ulster und hruilieia
now In the ill) pre lordlall) Invited to
The piiKisi-d gamo of hum-hall be
tween the IIoiim- und the ft-iintc Is not
likely to materialize Them Henna to
be u dealro on tho part of tlio lavvmuk
cra to do legislative work on Huturday
Chief Clerk Conkllng has Inniigiiml
d 11 scheme for keeping run of the bills
in their Jaunt through tho legislature
lly Ida yihciue t H Hnwlhl for him to
lay his hand on any hill wanted at n
Ou Monday J Carlo will open lib
new store, opiHilte the Convent 111.
Kurt Hticet llu InvllCH the public to
lull uiid Bio the hue htocl; or Jettellj
bought reuntly In the HtutcH.
A recejitlon vvlll he tendered IIUI101
CiaiiKiiin und family next Tiienda)
I (viurelT I :ili) evening lu the MethodlM
i" -mage under the uuspleoH of the
i-ullea' Aid Society tu vvhlih the pub
lic Is mot lonllallyMu vlled.
A letter from n nirniwiug tnofhoi.
In search of a inn, Iuih been iciehid
by the (lOiernnr Tho win's name ir
Algernon (I, Shaw. Wns lust heard
from lu this city AugiiHt C, Wi. Any'
Informiitlon that vvlll lead to tho young
ninii'H wheieabout vvlll lm received by
Mr, Dooley Demonstrates The Enormous
Fallacy Of Imposing Tax On Bachelors
B C 4KV3B1
l!y I'. I'. DUXXIC.
(Ctiyri(,'lit, 1907, 1 iy II. II. .McCliiri! & Ct).)
6,l HIS licro )a-:iicr say.'.," .said Mr.
- " ill Ik-niK'ssy, "tliat they're (join' to
ill put a tax mi bachelors. That's
r-r!j;lit. Why sliudili-ii't there lie
a tax on bachelor? There's one on t!ojs."
"That's r-ri";ht." said .Mr. Dooley. "An they
're jjoiti' lo make it five dollar a ear. Th' 1ol;s
pay only two. It's quite a concession to us.
They consider us more thin twice as vallyahle, or
anuyliow more than twice as dangerous as dos.
I suppose ye expect next year to see me throttin'
ar-rottnd with a leather collar an' a brass taoj ou
me neck. If me tax isn't paid th' bachelor waj;
ou'll come nr-rouml an' th' bachelor catcher'll
las.soo me-an' take me lo th' pound an' I'll bo
kept there three days an' thin, if still unclaimed,
I'll be dhrowncd unless th' pound keeper takes a
fancy to me.
"Ye'll niver see it, me boy. No, Sir. I'
Hut 'tit " 'Twttil be villauoiis lo
lax th' bachelors. I
What's that ? Ye
Ihev're on a spree. Hut v.ln .it is declared th' Society f'r Municipal Improvement.
thev beiiin to think what a tur-rble thinir tvil dilVrcnt with us comely bachelors. Hem' very Think iv III' moral side iv it.
be if they niver come home lo their fireside an' beautiful, we can afford to be haujjlit) an pcev-,nccdu t " taiil moral. N es, Sir. We re rials 'Poor man' rises to her litis an' th' nurse
tsh. It makes us more iuthrcstiu . We kind iv.th' most tiusellish people in th' wiirruldi All tli'ili'lit comes into her eves, I know 'tis time f'r 111c
I wish lo say that fair woman is niver so danger
ous as whin she's sorry f'r ye. Whin th wur-
an' their rilitivcs, ilcsciudants, frittils, an' acquaiu
tances wtitl have to live on afthcr father was dead
an' gone with a large piece iv broken iron in his
stomach or back, as th' case might be, but a pen
sion come fr'ui th' (ioverniuiitt. So' th' dav war
is declared ye come over here an' stick a sthrange
their wife got inarrid again an' their grandchild- ish. It makes us more iuthrestin'.
her an' their gre.it-graiidcbildher an' their widow! look thitii over with a gentle but stipeeryor eye throubles iv th" neighborhood ar-ie my throubles to take me hat an' go. An' if th' hat's not handy
an' th' man that inarrid her an' his divoorced wife an' say to oursilves: 'Now, there's a nice, pretty an' my throubles ar-re me own If lie shed a tear 1 1 j;o without it.
atthractive girl. I hope shell marry well. An t( r niuiy person but wan ye lose veer lalch-kay, "I bet yc th' idee iv taxin' bachelors started
whin slip marries wan iv our'friuds we say: but bavin' no wan in partiklar to sympathize with th' dear ladies. Hut 1 say to thini : 'L'ldits,
'Ain't it 'too bad that such a fine girl shut! throw , i 1 1 1 I'm supposed to sympathize with ivry wan. is not this a petty revenge on ye'er best frinds?
hcrsilf away on a practical joke iv Nature like On th' conlhry if ye have antiy griefs ye can't Look 011 ye'er own husbands an' think what us
tha,t.' lly an' by jvhhi th' roses fade fr'ni our 'bear dump tliiiu on th' overburtlened sbottlilhers bachelors have saved niaiiuv iv ye'er sisters fr'iu.
cheeks an' our eve is (limiueil with age, We how to' iv ve'er wile. Hut if 1 have anny griefs I must ! Hesi'les aren't we th' hone iv th' future iv th'
I lookin' weepin in me hand an' I close down me th' iuivitable, run down th' Hag iv defiance, at'bear thin) alone. If a bachelor complains Iv liis.instichoochion iv mathrimony? If th' otimamd
shop an go out somewhere I niver was befurr ar-re yanked into th mtiUicljood iv happy an 1 throubles people say: On, lies a gay dog. Sarves ' ladies ar-re lo marry at all, 'tis us, th' bold bach-
an' maybe lose me leg defindin' th' hearths iv ntc speechless inarrid men that look like flashlight him right.' An' if he goes on complaiuiu' he's elors, they must look forward to. Lave us our
rs. Th' best lookin iv us niver get inarrid
tell me woes to ve'er wife. If I did she'd have
a good cr, because she injyes cryin' an' thin
she'll put 011 her bonnet an' r-rttn over an sick
th' widow O'Hricu on me.
"Whin a ladv begins to wondher if I'm not
onhappy in me squalid home without th' touch iv
counthry, me that niver had a hearth iv me own nitchen
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room. An' that's th' kind iv men e'd he wantiu'i "Yes, Sir, there's no doubt we tlo a ,ood deal
to tax like a pushcart or a cow. Ouscuptilous to beautify th' landscape. Whose pitchers ar-ie
villain I those ye see in th' ailvertiseminls iv th' tailcirin-.ni ?
"Whin yc tax th' bachelors je tax valor. Whin There's not a inarrid man among thiin. They're
ye tax th' bachelors ve tax bcatttv. Ye've got to all bachelors. What does th' gents furnishing
admit that we're a much finer lookin' lot iv fe'- man hang his finest neckties in th' front window a woman's hand ayelher in th' tidy on th' chair
lows thin th' inarrid men. That's why f e're ' f'r but lo glisten with a livelier wish, as Ilogaujor in th' inside pocket iv th' coat, 1 say: 'No,
li.'ii-belnrs. 'Tis with 11s n with ill' l-iiiii- A ' s.-ivs. tli' Imriiistii'il li.-u-lielor? JsVe ill' lorillv , itin'.-iiu. I live ill i'r-reat bixtirv stirrotinileil be
bachelors ar-re a sthroug body iv men polytick-j ja()v wit, all crrat-c faCL. js surt. t0 ,e ,-Kirri, lie-' bachelor comin' down th' sthieet, with his shiny 1 all that money can buy an' inanity things tint
ally, as well as han'some an' brave. If ye thryjfure a Dhrcaui iv Heattty. She starts to wurruk plug hat an' his white vest, th' ditnon stud that it can't or won't. There ar-re Turkish rugs on
wont he able lo doilge a little thing like a live- up with a scream to th' peril iv her position an' unsha.cii. He's walkin' in his Congress gaiters opeem pipe an' r-reatlin' a Fr-rinch novel. Th'
dollar tax. There's no elnnisy collector in tl' runs out an' nulls a man down fr'ni th' lop iv a in a wav that shows his socks ar-ie mostly darn- touch iv a woman's hand wudden'i help this here
I 'abode iv luxury. Waitst, whin 1 was away, Ih
I 'beautiful Swede slave that scrubs out me place Iv
business broke into th' palachal boodoor an' in
thriu' to set straight th' i,e paiutin' iv th' Chi
cago fue btiinin' llivalor 11, broke a piece on ,t
frame that cost me two dollars iv good money.
If ihej knew that th' on'y furniture in me loom
liable to be in gr-reat peril. I wudden'i dare to money. We're not bachelors fr'ni choice. We're"
to tax us we'll fight ye to th' end. If worst comes' tight away an' what Ilogan calls th' docthrnie iv he wint in debt f'r glistetiin in his shut front, an jth' llure an chaiidj leers hang fr m III ceihn s.
to worst we won't pav th' tax. Don't ye think I -iv'rages is always with thiin that starts early an ,tb' patent leather shoes on his feet oiitshinin' ih" There I set at night dhrinkin' ahsiuihe, sherry
f'r a niiuyil that light-fooled : heroes that have l,,:,ll"s ---"-' pW--- llu- ' Dliream iv Heauty noonday sun. ! wine, poit wine, champagne, beer, whisky, rum,
' :, . li i ' i- I figures out that she can wait an' take her pick an' "Thin see th' inarrid man with th' wrinkles in clai el, kinuuel, weiss beer, cream de mint, cttraso,
been eludui unprincipled females all their lives,, (is 1()l ())il sho js j,,,,,,.,;,,. lhjrlv ,hat sIu, wakes is coat .,. ,is ti(, l(,R,r ,is car a. his c,i a. ,ini,ictiK., occas'n.illv takin' a tlhraw at an
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wtii'iuld that cud catch up with a man iv me age !"'' Manny a plain but determined voting wo-'ed, I piver wore a pair iv darned socks since
who has avoided tlu machinations iv lb' fair f'r "'-"' lw I seen happily marri.l an .loin' th'was a boy. Whin I make boles i in me hosiery
. , . .. Icookui f r a large fain Iy whin her mud wbod tluow thiin away, lis a fine idee iv III lath'
lorty years an remains unniarriil. ,)a(, c,r udcr in ,,,, C())U,st fv (), 1)()st ,camlJt,ial lnc, .,rt. .).,...,,.v 1,,,. ,,cy ,.IV1. no w.n
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n wny slum we i.e laxe.ir Were tli maul- fi VVOIMan : lJriijlit Park was seltiu' behind th'
slay iv th' Constitution an' about all that remains j blinds waitiu' f'r some wan to take her buggy
iv liberty. If ye think th' highest iootv iv ciii-lridin'.
eusliip is to raise a faiu'ly why don't ye give a
"So it is with us. A man with a face thai
vole to th' shad? Who puts out ye'er fire f'r yc,1
to darn their socks an' pill bullous on their shiits,
Th' truth is that a man is not unhappy because
his socks ar-re not darned but because they ar-re.
An' as f'r buttons ou his shirt, whin th lmitoii.Svas a cine-bottomed chair an a thruiik an that
there was nawthiu' ou th' llure but oilcloth an' me
looks as if some wan hail throw n it at him in conies off a bachelor's shin he fires it out iv lb'
Miiirj.r ni.nrli' nlu'rivc ni.-irriec litfnri In ic nhl ii'imtnii- Ili,. rnln .-iliotil rlnthc.. iw tlmrtv spirit-, i-lnlhec .-in' lli.-il 'li mi lonir ciiu-i mi lieil w.is
who supports th' Xaytional Goveiiusiiiit be payiu" I clinuu, , vote. He feels he has to. an' he culti- tific. Th' survival iv lb' fit. d'ye mind. Th' oili-'inade tin that it's now a lifesize plaster cast iv
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iiiusi iv iii Minimal nviioo jooiies, wuo maintains, vales what I logan calls th graces, llnw olleii ers to th' discard, .No inarriU man flares lo wear me, I'd he illiraggeil to nr altar at tli eml
in seiiuiiis )i- sinii jeer iguuiiiiii lime eiiiiuuer io ,e
to, be payiu' th' saloon licenses, who does th' fighl
in' f'r je in th wars bm ih' bachelors? Th' mar
rid men Mail all ill' wars with loose talk whin
fellow that he is very plain th' plumage iv a
hear about a fellow that he is very plain th' plumage iv a bachelor. If he di 1 his wife
hut has a beautiful nature. Ye bet he has. If he 'wild suspicl him. lie lets her buy his iravnts an'
hadn't an' didn't always keep it in th' show case his cigars an' 'lis little dilT'ieiiec il inake.t lo him
wheie all Ih' wurruhl cud see he'd be lynched be-which he smokes.
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"Speakin' as wan iv th' few stirvivsin' bachelors,
an old velhran that's escaped inaniiy a peril an'
got out iv iiiauuy a difficult position willi honor,
bachelors because we can't make a choice. Ye
all look- so lovely to us that we hate to bring ,
th' V-ars into th' eyts iv others iv ye be marryin'
some iv ye. Considher our ouforchuit nositiou
an' be kind. Don't oppress us. We were not
meant f'r slaves. Don't thry to coerce us. Con
tinue lo lay f'r us an' hope on. If yc tax us
there's hardly an old bachelor in th' land that
won't lling his five dollars acrosi th' counter at
th' tax ofilce an' say: 'Hang th' expense. It's
"Ye're surely a fine lot iv men," said Mr. Hen
nessy. "tiraml men like je oughtn't to have to
pay taxes. Good-night."
"Where ar-re ye goiu'?"isked Mr. Dooley.
1 "I'm goiu' home." ,
"Why, it's arly yet. Ye're not goiu' home at
this hour? Why, 'tis just th' front dure iv lb'
"I've got to go."
"Ye'd belther stay a while. It's lonely here
"I mustn't. 1 wantlo see th' childher befure
they go lo bed."
"Hut ye ain't goiu' to lave me here alone?"
"I wisht I didn't have to, but I got to."
"( )h. be a good fellow, I Icre, what'll ye have?
It's on th' house."
"No, I'm goiu'. 1 lave yc here to "
"To what?" demanded Mr. Dooley,
"To pay th' rale bachelor tax," saitl Mr, Hen
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