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deeds to himself' as far as possible",
Mr. Barry .wrote a pleasant note to
his conscience-stricken neighbor, the
capping stone "was reached.
It told that he had a fine business
offer in another town and was going
to resign his office. He said he would
not go away until he had helped to
elect his successor, Ward.
Some people learn their lesson late
in life. It was so with Ward, a
changed man through the patience
and humane love of a good man. His
first acknowledgement of his great
mistakes was when he went out as
Elmer was passing the house. He
took his arm, led him" through the
gate, and then to the garden seat,
where Cecille was waiting; for him.
Young beet plants made delicious
greens, especially if the root has
some little size. Do not separate
roots from leaves. Wash in many
waters. Put in stew pan and cover
with boiling water, adding one tea
spoon of salt to every two quarts of
greens, boil rapidly until tender
(about twenty-five minutes), drain
and chop rather coarse, season with
butter and salt.
Daily Health ogram.
The best spring tonic consists of
proper exercise and plenty of fresh
air. Spring vegetables and fruits are
important in making up the spring
diet. This plan is much better than
relying on medicines.
Ha! they have great use for women
in Jtfexico anyhow. Hiierta can't get
his army of 10,000 soldiers into Son
ora without hundreds of women to
hustle for grub and serve as army
"There seems to be a strange affin
ity between a darky and a chicken.
I wonder why?" said Jones. "Natur
ally enough," replied Brown. "One
is descended from Ham and the. other,
from eggs." . -
ISN'T" IT AWFUL-
JREAT SeoTTl IV 6tI
Wo 0 TO CHlCAjO-MY
.uiucu Vnu asE AunntNL'y 'called
out Of TOWN ON BUSINESS -AKB
FiN J) YOU HAVE iTUST HALF AN HOUR!
TO CATCH YOURTHAlN-
AND HAV'NT TIMETOtAT YOUR
JINNER-OR TACK WHAT YOURfflUY 1
HURRY- COT TOOTH'
- AH HAVE TO DRESS ON THE WAY
TO THE BEPOT-
ISNT IT fltOFUL-TO F(NJ9 THAT
theKail;Roa Co-has chances
ITS SCHEPULE AAIN-'WITHOUT
TRAIN 30S3NT LEAVE PORO H0Uj
(train LEvh)J I
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Huh! Underwood' says he kept in.
mind the distinction between necessi
ties. and luxuries' rand yet He. left a