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Delicately formed and
in all the seasons of their
ers, that the one simple,
gently and pleasantly an
used with truly benefici?
when the system needs a
ls well known to be a sin
and carminative principl
matte liquids, which are
taste and acceptable t<
cleansing ls desired.
Many of the lils from yv
slent nature and do not
and it ls pleasant to kno]
the beneficial effects of ?
more than a laxative ls i
family physician and to a
loudly advertised nostrur
one needs only to remov?
gestion, or similar ills, v,
condition of the system, u
Syrup of Figs-and enjc
the aches and pains, cold
to inactivity of the bowel
Only those who buy the
to get its benoficial effec
cellence of the remedy tl
California Fig Syrup Co.
package and without it ?
of Figs Is fraudulent and
who know the quality i
offer bf any substitute,
for, is always resented
some first-class drug <
not recommend, nor s<
remedies. The genuine
reliable druggists everywl
Away down in her heart every mar
ried -woman feels that she might have
Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold in balfe.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jost as good."
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f SALZER'S SEEDS ffEVER FAIL! ,
iToudeat record of any seedsman on earth,
and yet wo ara reaching out for more. We
dwire, by July itt, sct?fl?? moro tad heneo
thia unprecedented oller.
$10.00 for 10c.
\ We wilt mail upon receipt of 10c in stamps
? our great catalogue, worth $100.00 to any '
wide awake fanner or gardener to
"ether with many farm seed nnmples,
teosinte, ileardlcss Harley, Bromus, '
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id at once.
gently reared, women will find,
lives, as maidens, wives, or moth
wholesome remedy which acts
d naturally, and which may be
il effects, under any conditions,
laxative, is-Syrup of Figs. It
?ple combination of the laxative
ss of plants with pleasant, aro
agreeable and refreshing to the
) the system when its g2ntle
tiirh women suffer are of a tran
c?me from any organic trouble
y that they yield so promptly to
>yrup of Figs, but whjn anything
leeded it is best to consult the
void the old-time cathartics and
ns of the present day. . When
; the strain, ths torpor, the con
rhich attend upon a constipated
ise the true and gentle remedy
>y freedom from the depression,
Is and headaches, which are due
genuine Syrup of Figs can hope
ts and as a guarantee of ths ex
he full name of the company
-is printed on the front of every
my preparation offered as Syrup
1 should be declined. To those,
of this excellent laxative, the'
when Syrup of Figs is called
by a transfer of patronage to.
?stabllshment, where they do'
ill false brands, nor imitation'
! article may be bought of all
1?re at 50 cents per bottle.
"Say!" the man who had never be
fore attended a concert remarked as
thc cornet soloist began his number,
"who's the feller wavin' the little
"*Sh!" replied his neighbor, "that's
the conductor of music."
'"Oh! and is the feller with the horn
tts motorman?"-Philadelphia Press.
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growing Nolle. Altai's Foot-Ease makes new
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We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Itcward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured bv
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
. F. J. CHENEY <fc Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, bave known F. J
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Hall's Caturrh Cure is token internally,act
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faces of tho system. Tettlmonicls sent free.
Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills ore thc best.
The barber should have no difficulty h
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FITS permanently curod.No nts or nervous
ness alter first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Dr. It.H. KLINE, Ltd., 031 Arch St., Philo.,Pa.
The finger of scorn is often a part of
'he hand of fate.
Mrs. Winslow's SoothingSyrup for chtldroi
teetbing,so'ten the gums, reduces intlarnma
tion.nlloyspaln.cures wind colic. 25c. abottb
Lots of excuses arc rot worth
trouble it takes to make them.
Jam sure Piso's Caro for Consumption saved
my life three yoora ago.-Mns. TUOIIAS HOB
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Our own troubles arc always thc worst
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES if unsatisfac
A day in the planet Eros is five and a
WEITE xo DB. TABEK MIO. Co.. Peoria,
111., for free .?ample Tabor's Pepsin Com
pound, tho guaranteed euro for Dys
Indigestion mid all Stomach ills
Our sins arc like bill collectors,
generally find us out.
Wild Animals In the City.
Tho greatest surprise I ever experi
enced in the unexpected appearance
o? a wild creature in the heart of the
metropolis, was ene day in the spring
cf 1S01. when I saw a 'possum cross
ing. Broadway near Chambers street.
The creature had no chance; I
think it was a truck that killed it;
and a great crowd gathered, stopping
traffic, excitedly discussing the trag
edy. The majority declared thc ani
mal to be a rat; tho minority main
tained that it was a guinea-pig. Then
as the police Interrupted discussion by
clearing the car-tracks, a large negro
dropped from the back of a truck,
seized the animal, and mounting the
cart tall once more, held his priz
aloft, grinning from ear to ear. "Das
ser 'possum," he said, and pocketei
the future piece de resistance,
have never learned where that 'po*
sum came from; but there's no doab
where he went. Ducks, geese, snipe
and gulls, pass over in their migra
tions, and it is not uncommon t
f^ajph a glimpse of hawks hangln
high above tho city smoke.
Once I saw a woodcock lying dea
on the sidewalk of Fifth avehue
curiously enough in front of Dclmon
co's. In his nocturnal migration h
had collided with the famous restai
rant and had broken its neck. Thor
may bc a land of Cockayne, after al"
Twice I have seen owls in Madho
Square-one a screech owl, the otht
a fine specimen 'of Barred owl.-Roi
ert W. Chambers, in Harper's Mag
CRITICIZING HIS OWN.
"But, my dear husband, it really
unjust of you to abuse mother-in-la
so. There are good ones."
"Well, well, never mind. I haven'
said anything against yours; it's onl
mine I'm grumbling about."-Bosto
Mr. Bymue Coyne-Ah, swectes
one, may I be your captain and guid
your bark down the sea of lifo?
Mrs. Bcrymore (a widow)-No, bu
you can be my second mate.-Detroi
Tom-"How would you analyze o
stinacju'r -. ? -
Jerry-"Well, in the clearest defin
tion-obstinacy is noiseless self-cc
ceit."-Detroit Freo Press.
WELL EQUIPPED. ! |
Boar tbl3 equipment:-Courage In your soul,
Strength In your arm and honor In your
Then labor carelessly to learn the <part
?ou wish to play. Buocess you'll soon oon?
"What is it Mary?"
"Mr. Hunt and another gentleman
to see master, please."
"Didn't yon tel] them, Mr. Mowbray
hasn't come yet?"
"Ycs'm, and they said they'd, wait
I've shown them into the drawing
"Very well, I shall be down In a
"Tho gentlemen told mc not to dis
turb you, but I thought you would
like to know they wero herc."
"Thank you. Mary."
"Will thc gentlemen stay to dinner?"
"No, I hope-I mean I thick not.
Yen may sound the gong at the usual
time. Don't forset, please."
"No'm, I won't fo/gct." And Mary
smiled significantly to herself as she
retired to the kitchen. This would
not bo the first time she had been
called up?n to scund the dinner gong
f.t Holly 1 o^rc ar, a gentle hint to
visitors that it was timo for them to
Mary had discovered long ago, that
hospitality to "master's friends" was
not one of her young mistress' vir
"And I don't blame her, neither,"
said Mary to herself; "it's only nat
upral she shouldn't want them always
hanging around and taking master's
attention off cf herself, and she only
married six months."
Mrs. Mowbray gave a little p?tu
"I suppose I must." she murmured,
addressing her looking glass with a
frown. And then she began to smile,
half reluctantly, at the face she saw
lt was a pretty face. The frown
clouded the prettiness, but the smile
made it bewitching. Yet Mrs. 'Mow
bray frowned almost as often as she
smiled. But then things happened to
Harry was a near boy, of courso,
but-well, he certainly had his faults.
What made him so late tonight, for
Instance? ?surely he hadn't gone off
igain to play chess with that hcrnd
Bob Jollibois, as he did only the other
Eut, no, he wouldn't be so selfish
md horrid when he knew perfectly
Krell how unhappy it would make her.
She had told him so when he carno
llorac at 8.30 o'clock the other night,
md he had vowed never to do it again.
Harry was a man of his v/ord; she
ivould say that for him. Ho had
promised before they were married
o give up that hateiul volunteering
far gone to give up everything, as
Mowbray docs. You don't think he'll
come to tho smoker?"
"No-I'm afraid he won't. Since
he's been married he can't be induced
to spend an evening away from her."
"Poor old Mowbray. He's bound to
get tired of it."
"Yes, a man wants a little change,
even if lie's married an angel. Human
nature can't stand monotony."
"Adam's relying on Mowbray to
ring. Thc fellows will be horribly dis
appointed if ho doesn't."
"So will Mowbray himself. He used
to bc uncommonly keen on it. Of
course, he'll refuse, simply because
he's afraid of hurting hi3 wife's feel
"It strikes me he's carrying devo
tion a bit too far. Why, ho seems to
have thrown over every blessed thing
lie ever cared for. Thc Growlers are
furious in his desertion. They've lost
their best halfback. And old Harding
was grumbling to me, only last night,
because Mowbray hasn't put his nose
inside the Schcol of Arms for months."
"That must have been a blow to
Mowbray, to give np these bayonet
compe'iiicns. He was a dead certain
ty for at least on-j prize. "
"It's the same with everything. He's
losing his form ail round. It's a sin
that such a good sportsman should be
allowed to run to seed; and a woman
who makes her husband sacrifice all
his pet hohbito must be-"
Tho speaker paused expressively.
"Well, of course, we don't know
thal it's her fault. He never so much
as hinted at- it. Pretends he's drop
ping out of things to please himself."
"But who believes that?"
"Nobody I Oh, you're quito right
lt ia my fault!"
ft waa not Jack Hunt's voice that
answered his friend Bundy's question.
Tho two men turned to the speaker
with startled faces.
It was Mrs. Mowbray, who detached
.herself from tho shadow of tho screen
at the door and carno toward them
with outstretched hands.
"It was mean to listen," sbe said,
flushing all over her pretty faro, "but
I couldn't help it. You didn't hoar mo
come in, and-something you said
made me wait, and so I-I overheard.
Oh, pleaso don't think me a-a hen
pecker!" she added hurriedly. "But
when you said that about taking warn
ing by Harry, and not getting mar
ried, it-It wasn't in human nature not
to listen. I've been thoughtless and
selfish. It's done me goori io hear thc
truth. Won't you shako hands?"
Ten minutes later, when Harry Mow
bray came home, ho was amazed to
find that his wife had set her heart
on his singing at tho Jackdaw's
Smoker, and when she insisted cn his.
spending the entire following evening
at the club it dawned upon bim that
something extraordinary had hap
WEST POINT AND ITS EF.GINNING.
How Thia Strategic Place Was Occu
pied in the Revolution.
Tho antiquity of Fort Putnam, at tho
West Point Military academy, has
been a question of dispute the last
few days, but it will probably soon be
righted, and its proposed restoration
to its original condition, or something
like it, will bc carried out. How thc
military academy came into being, and
various other fads about it, are of in
terest to every loyal American. The
tract of land owned by the govern
ment at West Point contains 2105
acres, and was first settled in May,
1723. The greater part of this area
was purchased from Stephen Mooro
on September 10, 1790, for $11,085
The smaller and southerly portion was
bought from Oliver Gridley on May 13,
1824. for $10,000. On March 2, 1826,
the State of New York ceded jurisdic
tion over that part of the property on
which the principal edifices connected
with the institution stand, and only
"reserved thc right to execute any pro
cess, civil or criminal, wherein the
real or personal property of the United
States was affected."
The importance of West Point in
the Revolution was due to its com
mand of . the Hudson river, then the
thoroughfare tor freight and passenger
traffic between the seaboard and
the interior. Eai'ly in 1775 the pro
vincial congress, pursuant to thc wish
es of the continental congress, re
solved to fortify the highlands, and
sent commissioners, accompanied by
Colonel Bernard Romans, with 24 men,
to execute its plans. Romans was a
willful choleric Hollander, an engineer
by profession and an employe of tho
British Crown. He constructed the
fortifications on Constitution Island
(then Martclaed's Rock), but in such
an unscientific manner as to invite
the strictures of the most capable ex
perts of his own profession. For this
reason, and also because of a report
by a special commission of inspection,
made to congress on November 23,
1775, that the words coald be assailed
from tho. higher ground across the
river without any danger to the enemy,
it was planned to occupy and fortify
West Point, but tho proposition was
sago of the Highlands temporarily fell
into tire hands of the cueiny." After
the British had abandoned the High
lands in August, 1777, Generals Put
nam and James Clinton were detailed
to supervise tho reconstruction of the
fortresses, and on July 2o, 1779, the
headquarters of the commander-in
chief were transferred to West Point.
It was here t:.at General Washington
issued, among his "many and pointed
orders" one "against that unnecessary
and abominable custom of swearing."
West Point had cost $3,000,000, in
addition to throe years of labor by the
local force, and was accounted tho
"American Gibraltar."-New York
PEARLS OF THOUGHT.
Flattery gilds the goose lt intends to
Gold will provoke a gangrene In the
Good cheer is the heart's constant
The bitterest herbs may give thc
Patience is a good protection against
Fortune's caresses oft becomes fol
Bitter bread is sweeter than pois
A full soul seldom follows an over
Forbearance is always more heroic
A difficulty does not furnish a rea
son for denial.
Every task undone means some
Thc finest fabrics may be woven
out of cross purposes.-Ram's Horn.
Action of Fruit in Ices.
Observations mado in several bac
teriological laboratories have lately
been published, in which a claim is
made that some fruit juices, more par
ticularly lemon juice, nave power to
render inactive the bacillus of typhoid
fever. The exact, method of investiga
tion is not detailed in the literature
at hand, but it is worth noting at the
outset that the general restraining ef
fect of acids upon beneficial develop
ment has been long known, as has also
the fact that several of the 30-called
vegetable acids, though commonly sup
posed to bc of feeble chemical power,
are really very active. The obs'erved
feebleness is duo to thc high dilution
in which they commonly occur. Ci!ric
acid in concentrated form is a strong
acid. General adoption of the view j
that some fruit juices can render
harmless articles ol' food cr drink con
taminated with tho typhoid germ
should only follow much careful invo3- I
ligation, a?d even If the decision is
favorable, it will possibly be found
that some cf the common mirera'
acidf. will answer the same purpose
Philadelphia Medical Journal.
May Be Surfeited.
"Don't you think it's unwise," said
the first partisan, "to bc so sanguino
about your candidate?"
"All right," returned the other, "just
wait till after election and then I'll
have a right to crow."
"That's what you will, but I don't
think you'll care to eat all you'll have
A Vienna dentist reports having
made considerable success with artifi
cial teeth made of paper treated by a
process of his own invention.
Nothing Robs One i
Miss Helen Whitman, 30S& Grand Avi
" There ls nothing like Per un a /<
no ambition for work or play. After
I felt unable to regain my health, bu
derful change and restored mc to p
your blood in good conti lt lon you art
the veins with jmre healthjul blood.
Have you got nerves? Well, you ought
to have nerves. Hut they ought to be
strong nerves, good nerves. Does your
hand tremble.' You aro living too last.
Does your heart flutter at time:'? You had
better call a halt. Americans live too fust.
They crowd too much into a single day.
They have too little leisure. The hospitals
and injane asylums arc tilling up. The
quiet, pastoral scenes of yore are becoming
rare, lt's time that we' quit this sort of
THE SAILOR BOY'S MASCOTS.
A Miscellaneous Collectiez That Ho
Takes From the Shore.
Jack Tar is notoriously improvident,
and most of our naval seamen, when
they get ashore, spend their money,
be It moro or less with a lavish hand.
Shore leave Is limited to twenty-four
hours, but In that brief time the un
restrained sailor manages to run
through about all the cash he carries
with him. He plunges into a whirl of
dissipation and is oftentimes cheated
or robbed of a good sbare of his ready
-o^y^g Jwj| p percentage of the latter
is also apt to go for ?fiSftfrlj ftfift ]M .-"
pens to strike his almost childish
fancy. Mascots are the seafarer's do
light, and whatever he may come
across which seems to him to have a
I talismanic property he ls bound to buy
j it if he can. Hence, when the "pier
jumpers" as those on shore leave arc
technically called, return in well-filled
barges to the ship and under direction
of the master-at-arms climb up on deck
they are likely to bring with them a
miscellaneous collection of goats,
dogs, parrots, monkeys, roosters, etc.
Ono sailor on the Kearsargc, either in
or out of his senses at the time, wont
so far as to purchase as a mascot a
colored baby from its mother for the
sum of forty cents and came aboard
with it in his arms. He was not al
lowed to retain lt., however, and tho
child was eventually restored to the
j repentant and hysterical parent.
I How many of the mascots may be
i kept on board Hes within the dipcre
I tion of the captain. A liberal policy
ls pursued in this matter. But mani
festly there is a limit to the number
of those that can bc accommodated.
The surplus is sent ashore without de
lay. When the returned "pier jump
ers" are lined up while the ship's
writer calls the roll to discover the
laggards, it is one of the most per
plexing duties of the deck to decide
what dumb creatures may or u.ay not
be added to the vessel's menagerie.
If the vessel ls on her way homeward
from the tropics she usually carries a
large variety of living presents for the
home friends of the sailors. But these
are only temporary tenants of the hold
and would not be permitted to remain
on board long.-Leslio's Weekly.
THE BURGLAR'S LAMENT.
Missionary-I hope that you will
watch yourself hereafter.
Red Lary-You kin just botcher' life
I will. If I had been doin' the watch
In', instead of the other feller, it's me
wot would have got away instead of
him.-Sing Sing Star of Hope.
" I suffered terribly and was ex
tremely weak for 12 years. The
doctors said my blood was all
turning to water. At last I tried
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and was soon
feeling all right again."
Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct,
No matter how long you
have been ill, nor how
poorly you may be today,
Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the
best medicine you can
take for purifying and en
riching the blood.
Don't doubt't, put your
whole trust in it, throw
away everything else.
$1.00 a bailie. All druggists.
Ask youl doctor what hp think] of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. Hi know? ail tbout this grand
old family medicine. Follow his advlco and
wo will bo satisfied.
J. C. Aver. Co., Lowell,Mass.
v CURES Stomach
- AND -
ip, 25 and 50c. at Drugstores,
of Strength Like Spi
Spring Fever i
enuc, Milwaukee, "Wis., writes:
>r f/ifii tired Jecllng, which gives you
.a prolonged illness about a year ago,
t f?ur bottles of P?rima made a won
cr/ect health. As long as you keep
; all right, and Peruna seems to fill
J thoroughly endorse it."
- HISS HELES WHITMAN.
How to Get Strong Nerves.
First, repair the injury already done to
your nerves. The way to do this is to do
exactly as did Mattie B. Curtis.. Secretary
of Logion of Loyal Women, Hotel Salem,
Boston, Haas. She said in a recent letter:
'"I Buffered for over a year with general
weakness and debility "manifested in se
vere headache and backache. I took four
bottles ot Peruna, and for two months
huve boen entirely free from these mala
?rokee Remedy of Sweet G
jghs, Colds, LaOrippe g
Tommy-Father, must I go to
Father-Yes, my boy.
A long pause.
Tommy-Must I go after breakfast?
Tommy-And after dinner?
Father-Yes, Tommy; you go to
school like a good boy, now.
Tommy-And after lea, too?
Father-No, Tommy, you needn't go
Tommy (his face brightening up)
Well, then, I'll have my tea now.
"I've thought of a splendid thing to
do with my money," said the philan
"Going to donate a library?"
"Found a college?"
"No. I'm going to endow some coal
mines and slaughter houscs.to be con
ducted with consideration for the pur
chasing capacities of the public as
well as for private profit."
CLOSE TO T
Doan s Kidney Pills have leaped into Public
to the makers and secure a trial free,
and largest sale known to any Kidney
Ct'RTiCE, 0.-1 had such severe pain In my
back that 1 could not walk. I used thc sani
I>le of Doau's Kidney Pills with such good re
sults I sent to Toledo fur another box, and
they cured me.- SARAH E. COTTRELL, Cur-1
FALMOUTH, VA.-I suffered over twelve
mouths with palu In the small of my back.
Medicines and plasters pave only temporary
relief. Donn's Kidney Pills cured mc.-F. ?
Buowx, Falmouth, Va".
WEST HATES, Coxx.-Eight months ago I
took a severe pain in my back. The sample
box of Donn s Kidney * Pills helped mc so
much I purchased two boxes ; am on my sec
ond box. My heart does not bother me ns it
tsed to and I feel well.- BAKAU E. BKADLET,
No. 377 Elm Street, West Haven, Conn.
IIorsTox, Tnx. - I took thc sample of
Boan's Kidney Pills with such great benefit
I bought n box at our druggist's. Used over
half mid stopped, becnu6C my urine which
before had only come dribbling, now became
so free. I had medicine enough. I had lum
bago and thc pille .id me of it. I should have
written sooner, but you know how soon ft well
person forget? nbout being sick.-Mr. C. II.
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s Spring Catarrh.
Thousands of cases might be quoted in
which Peruna has been used to rescue peo
ple from the perdition of deranged nerves,
and put them on the good, solid founda
tion of health. The County Auditor of
Ene County, New York, Hon. John W.
?Neil, in a recent letter written at Buffalo,
New York, stated: "I was persuaded by a
friend to try a bottle of your great nervo
tonic. Peruna, and the results were so
gratifying that I am more tbaa pleased to
A Spring Tonio.
Almost everybody needs a tonic in the
spring. Something to brace thc nerves, in
vigorate the brain and cleanse the blood.
That Peruna will do this is beyond all
question. Every one who has tried it has
had the 6ame experience as Mrs. D. W.
Timberlake. of Lynchburg, Ya., who, in a
recent letter, made use of the following
words: "I always take a do-e of Peruna
after business hours, as it is a great thing
for the nerves. There is no better spring
tonic, and I have used about all of them.
Catarrh in Spring.
Thc spring is the best time to treat ca
tarrh. Nature renews herself every spring.
The system is rejuvennted by spring
weather. This renders medicines more ef
fective. A short course of Peruna, assisted
by the balmy air of spring, will cure old,
stubborn cases of catarrh that have resist
ed treatment for years. Kverybodv should
have a cony of Dr. Hartman's latest book
on catarrh. Address The Peruna Medi
cine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Mrs. Lulu Larmer, Stoughton, Wis.,
"For two years I suffered with nervous
??^?^?^.?.vvvv^-, trouble and stom
* ach disorders until
o it seemed that there
ftT i was nothing to me
-%&W SbUt * Tl,U"d?e ?f
. J ffk % ncrvos- 4 waa very
c irritable, could not
J sleep, rest or com
t pose myself, and
A was certainly unlit
*t to take care of a
$ household. I took
J nerve tonics and
Mrs. Lulu Larmer. ? pills without bene
iir. When I began
taking Peruna I grew steadily better, my
nerves grew stronger, my rest was . no
longer fitful, and to-day I consider myself
in perfect health and strength. My recov
ery was slow but sure, but I persevered
and was rewarded by perfect health."
Mrs. Lulu Larmer.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna write
at once to Dr. Hartman, givina a full state
ment of your case, and he will be pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0.
um and Mullein
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a bashful admirer. He seemed to bo
deeply in love, but he evidently didn't
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One evening while he w/i calling an
other young gentleman rang thc bell;
The pretty girl was embarrassed and
looked to the bashful youth for help.
"Tell him you're engaged," the bash
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Delighted, thc girl made haste to an
swer. "But I don't want to tell him
"Well, you tell him that and we'll
fix it afterward," the bashful one
fgppiaj 1 ? i -
And before he went that night the
wedding day was set
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Elizabeth-Oh, dear! I ^metimes
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? hen you have made out your list of words
plve them to our agent In your town.who will
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