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"I wouldn't o' had no trouble wife
de constable ner nobody," said Mr
Erastus Pinkneyyif it hatha been fey
woman's love o' dress."
"What "has dress got to do, with
it?" asked the jailer.
"My woman folks warn't .satisfied
to eat de mbs' of de chicken. Dey
had to put de feather in deirhats aa
parade 'em as circumstantial evi
dence." Washington Star.
In washing China silk waists use
lukewarm soapsuds and then ,rinse
twice m cold water, after, which roll
them up in a Turkish, towel for about
two hours. They are then .ready to
When using gasoline to remove
spots we. usually find the spot disap
pears, -but & yellow ring remains.
This can be avoided by adding a lit
tle salt $aihe gasoline, before using.