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The men go to church to please the
rosnen, the women go to church to
slease the preacher and the preacher
toes to church to please the Lord.
The Modem Geaeratlea ef Mem.
Physically men are better to-day than
ever. Our college youth are, as a gen
eral thing, magnificent specimens. The
feeaatitutionally weak and nervous can
greatly increase their strength and re
ttere the nervous system by the effi
aieat aid of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, which also removes dyspeptic and
You can't temper criticism of your
Cirtners whist playing enough to keep
To Core CoaatlpaUoa Forerer.
Tke Cascarets, Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
' BC C'C fall to cure, druggists refund money.
If fish is good brain food it seems a
jaty in some cases to waste si much
State or Ohio, Crrr or Toledo, ",
IrcAs Countt, j "
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be. Is the
teaior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,
late business in the City of Toledo, County
lad State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
iw sum of ONE HUFDRED DOLLARS for
leeh and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
tared by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
fcrasence. this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886.
(seal; a. w. gleason.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
lets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
ef the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a
Sold by Druggists, 75a
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
When the average woman starts on
leform she begins at home on her hus
band. OB, WHAT SPLENDID COFFEE.
Mr. Goodman, Williams Co., I1L,
writes: "From one package Salzer's
German Coffee Berry costing 15c I
grew 300 lbs. of better coffee than 1
cam buy in stores at 30 cents a lb."
A package of this and big seed cata
logue is sent you by John A. Salzer
feeed Co., La Crosse, Wis., upon receipt
(A 15c stamps and this notice, w.n.k.
A woman decides on the man before
Hie decides to marry; a man decides to
hairy before he decides on the girl.
How a tired person hates the word
Hopeful Words to Childless Women.
The darkest days of husband and wife are when they come to look forward
o a childless and desolate old age. -
Many a wife has found herself incapable of
ttaothcrhood owing to some great lack of
strength in the organs of generation. Such a
condition is nearly always due to long con
tinued neglect of the plainest warnings.
Frequent backache and distressing pains
accompanied by offensive discharges
and generally by irregular and scanJI
Menstruation, indicate a nerve de
generation of the womb and sur
roandingorgans,thatunlcssspeedily checked will result in barrenness.
Scad Mrs. Wilson's letter:
DearMrs. Pinkuam: Noonecoulu
aave suffered from female troubles
Store than I. I had tumors on the
womb, my ovaries were diseased,
and for fifteen years I was a burden
to myself. I was operated upon
three different times, with only
temporary relief; also tried
many doctors. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
was recommended to me by a
lady friend, and after taking
four bottles I was like -a new wo
van. I had been married nine
years, and had no children. I now
have a beautiful little girl, and we
feel assured she is the result of my taking the
Compound. Mat B. Wilsox, 323 Sassafras
St, Millrille, N. J.
Modern science and past experience have produced nothing so effective la
treating diseases of the female organs as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and Sanative Wash used according to special directions.
If you know any woman who is suffering and who is unable to secure relief,
me who is sorrowful because she believes herself barren, tell her to write to
Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., and ask her advice. The thousands of Mrs.
Pinkham's cures are all recorded for quick reference, and areply will be promptly
cnt wholly without charge, that will direct her what to do.
Mrs. B. Bluhm, 4940 San Francisco Ave., St. Louis, Mo., writes: "It has been
say great desire to have a babe. Since taking your medicine my wish is fulfilled.'
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See thai castings from the stable
yards do not get into the well or cistern.
AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS
We are asserting' in the courts oar right to the
exclusive use of the word "CASTORIA." and
'PITCHERS CASTORIA'ms our Trade Mark.
' I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massa
chusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S
CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does
now bear the fac-simile signature of CHAS. H.
FLETCHER on every wrapper. This is the
original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA" which has
been used in the homes of the mothers of
America for over thirty years. Look carefully
at the wrapper and see that It Is "the kind you
have always bought." and has the signature of
CHAS. H. FLETCHER on the Wrapper. No
one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company, of which Chas H.
Fletcher is President.
March 8, 1897. SAMUEL PITCHER. M. IX
After passing 40 a man forgets his
ambition and remembers that he is
Educate Tonr Bowels With Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c Sac If C C C. fail, druggists refund money.
Of course you know that a man's
friends make him more trouble than
A handsome lino of illustrated descriptive
Florida tourist and immigration literature Is
being distributed by the State Press Bureau of
Tallahassee, Fla., which will be sent free for
the asking. This is the finest illustrated de
scriptive promotion literature ever sent out
from the south.
Sweet corn, drilled or sown broad
cast, makes a capital food for the cows.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Year Life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and foreter, bemap
nctic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Dae, the wonder-worker, that makes weak met
strong. AH druggists, SUc. or tl. Cure guaraa
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No man is near so happy when he if
married as he was when he was engag
ed, but he's generally a lot more com
fortable. On the dead quiet girls do you likt
bon-bons? They choke them down be
cause bon-bons are pretty and fashion
able, but the girls really prefer peanul
There is some complaint because the
cigarmakers import wooden Indians
from the east to stand in front of theii
stores. Some of the home men could
do the work fully as well.
HAS aUNY IMITATORS, BUT NO EQUAL.
is prepared on j
ples, by men who have had yean of
experience in fancy laundering. It
restores old linen and summer dresses
to their natural whiteness and imparts
a beautiful and lasting finish. Ths
.only starch that is perfectly harmless.
Contains no arsenic, alum or other in
jurioas substance. Can be used erem
for a baby powder.
ASK YOUR ClOCEt FOA IT AND TAKE NO OTNDL
." Mwmini.am. iiiiSsm
FINDINGS OF THE COURT
SENT TO CONGRESS.
THE BLAME NOT FIXED.
Slg-abae aad His Ma rally Exoaerated.
fiat the BespoBslbllltjr for the Olaaa-
ter Ii Not Placed A Had Reea
Aatlelpated, the Wreck of the
Malae Was Occasioned By
a Floatlac Mlae.
Washixotox, March 29. The fol
lowing is a full text of the report oi
the court of inquiry:
United Suites Ship Iowa. First Rate Key
West. Fla.. Monday, March 21. 18IR After
full and mature consideration of all the
testimony before it, the court finds as fol
lows: 1 That ths United States battle ship
Maine arrived in the harbor of Havana,
Cuba upon the twenty fifth day ot January.
1898. an 1 was taken to buov No. 4, in from
five and a half to six fathoms of water, bj
the regular government pilot.
The United States consul general at Ha'
vana had notified the autboritiet at thai
place the" previous evening of the intended
arrival of the Maine.
THE DISCIPLINE EXCELLENT.
2. The state of discipline oa board the
Maine was excellent: and all orders and
regulations in regard to the care and safety
of the shiD were strictly carried out
All ammunition was stowed away in ac
cordance wth Instructions, and- propet
care was taken whenever ammunition was
Nothinz was stowed in any one of the
magazines or shell rooms which was not
permitted to be stowed there.
The magazines and shell rooms were al
ways locked after having been opened: and
after the destruction of the Maine the
kers were found in their proper place in
the captain's cabin, everything having
been reported secure that evening at 8
The temperatures of the magazines and
shell rooms were taken daily and reported.
The only magazine wnich had aa unlue
amount of heat was the after ten-inch
magazine and that did not explode at the
time the Maine was destroyed.
The torpedo war-heads were all stowed
in the after ptrt of the ship, under the
ward room, and neither "used nor partici
pated in the destruction of the Sl'lne.
The dry gun cotton primers and deton
ators were stow" in the cabin aft and re
mote from the scene of ths explosion.
SPECIAL CARE WAS TAKEV.
The waste was carefully looked after on
board the 2.1aine to obviate daneer. Spe
cial orders in regard to this had been given
by the commanding ofllcer..
Varnishes, dryers, alcohol and other com
bustibles ot this nature were stowed on
board the main deck and could not hav'
had anything t do Au:h the destruction o)
The medical stores were stowed aft
under the ward roDin and remote from the
scene of the explosion.
No dangerous stores of any kind we
stored below in any ot the othar store
rooms. AS TO THE COAL BUNKERS.
The coal bunkers were inspected. Oi
those bunkers adjoining the forward mag
azines and shell rooms four were empty,
namely: B3. B4. M5. B6. A15 had been in
use taat day .mi A1C was full of New River
coal. This coal had been carefully inspect
ed before receiving it oa board The
bunker in which it was stowed was acces
sible on three sides at all times, and the
fourth side at this time, on account ot
Bunkers B4 and B6 being empty. This
bunker. Air. had been inspected that day
by the engineer officer on duty.
The fire alarms in the bunkers were in
workinz ordr and there had nver been a
case of spontaneous combustion of coal on
boarJ the Maine.
AFTER-BOILERS WITH LOW PRESSURK
The t- after-boilers of the ship were in
use at he time of tne disaste". bat for aux
iliary purposes onlr. w.th a comparatively
low pres.ure of steam aid being tended W
a reliable watch. Those boilers could not
have caused the expio ion of the shir. The
four forward boilers have since been found
bv the divers, and are in a fair condition.
On the night of the destruction of the
Maine ewrvthinghad been reported secure
forthenijht, at8o'clo k. by reliable per
sons, through the proper authorities, to the
commanding officer. At the time the Maine
was destroyed, the ship was quiet and,
therefore. lca-t liable to accident caused
by movem nts from those on board.
3. The destruction of the Maine occurred
at 9:40 p m of the 15th day of February,
1898 in the Harbor of Havina, Cuba, being
at that time moored to the same buoy to
which she had been taken upon her arrival.
There were two exploions of a distinctly
different character, with a very short but
distinct interval between them, and the for
ward part of the ship was lifted to a marked
degree at the time of the first explosion.
THE FIRST EXPLOSION LIGHT.
The first exolos'on was more in the na
ture ot a repor , like that of a gun, while
the second explosion was more opn. pro
longed and of greater volume. This second
explosion was. in the opinion of the court,
caused by the partial explosion of two or
more of the forward magazines of the
Condition of the wreck:
4 The evidence bearing on this, being
principally obtained from divers, did not
enable the court to form a definite conclu
sion as to the condition of the wreck, al
though it was established that the after
part of tie ship was pra:tically intact and
sane in that condition a very few minutes
after the destruction of the forward part
The following facts in regard to the for
ward part of the ship are, however, estab
lished by the testimony:
WHAT THE MAGAZINE EXPLOSIONS DID.
"That portion of the port side of tire pro
tective deck which extends from about
frame 3 . to about frame 41 was blown up
aft and slightly over to starboard, folding
the forward part of the middle super
structure over and on top of the after part
This was. in the opinion of the court,
caused by the partial explosion of two cr
more ot the forward magazines of the
5. At frame 17. the outer shell of the ship"
from a point eleven and one-half feet from
the middle line of the ship and six feet
above the keel when in Its normal position,
has been f treed up so as to be now about
four feet above the surface of the water;
therefore about thirty-four feet above
where it would be had the ship sunk unin
jured. The outside bottom plating Is beat
Into a reversed V abase, the after wing of
which, about fifteen feet broad and thirty
two feet ia length (frost f raaae 17 to f rasse
25). Is doubled back upoa Itself agalntt the
coatiauatloa of the saate -BlaUacexteatUag
At fraaw eighteen the vertical keel I
hnferata two, anal the aat keelheatlaia
CLEARLY THE WORK OF A MINE.
In the opinion of the court this effect
could have been produced only by the ex
pio don of a mine situated under the hot
torn, of the ship at about frame eighteen
aad somewhat on the port side of the ship
& The conrt finds that the loss of the
Maine, on the occasion named, was not in
any respect due to. fault or negligence on
the part of any of the officers or members
of the crew of said vessel.
7. In the opinion of the court, the Maine
was destroyed by the explosion of a sub
marine mine, which caused the partial ex
plosion of two or more ot her forward mag
azines. a The court has been usable to obtain
evidence fixing the responsibility of the de-
struction of the Maine' upon any person or
W. T. Sampson, captain U. S. N , presi
dent A Marix lieutenant commander, U.
S. N., judge advocate
The court bavin; finished the inquiry It
was ordered to make, adjourned at 11 a. m.
to await the action of the convening author
ity. W. T. Samoson. captain. U. S. X, presi
dent; A. Marix. lieutenant commander, U.
S. N.. judge advocate. United States flag
snip New York, March 22. 1898, off Key
The proceedings and findings of the court
of inquiry in the above case are approved
M. Slcard rear admiral, commander-in-chief
of the United States naval 'force on
the North Atlantc station.
REFERRED WITHOUT DEBATE.
There was an outburst of applause
in the galleries and upon the floor
when the message was concluded. Im
mediately afterward the death of Rep
resentative Simpkins was announced.
The message was referred without
debate to the committee on foreign af
fairs tinder the rules. No motion was
made. Immediately after the an
nouncement of Representative Sim-
Kins ueatn tne nousa at 1V:-'S p. m.
SPANISH BOAT MISSING.
The Aadaz'a Sister Ship Has Not Been
Heard From Since the Storm.
New York, March 20. A dispatch
to the New York World from Water
ford, Ireland, says:
"The torpedo boat distroycr Audaz,
though crippled by a gale, is ordered
to Spain with all possible haste. She
put in here Friday with both bows
smashed in, her stern twisted several
feet out of line and other serious
damage, sustained while trying to
cross the bay of Biscay on the way
from her builders at Clydesbank, Scot
land, to Ferrol, Spain. Her collision
bulkhead burst, but the second bulk
head stopped the water, preventing
her from foundering.
"The captain said he was extremely
anxious concerning the fate of the
Osado, a sister boat, which left the
Clyde with the Audaz and encountered
the same violent storm. He hoped she
obtained shelter in some other port,
but there is no report yet of her ar
"The two new torpedo boat destroy
ers parted company in a hurricane.
The captain of the Audaz says he and
his crew had a frightful experience,
being battered about eighteen hours
in a terrific sea, in which the Audaz
was completely buried half the time.
The men of the crew have not been
permitted to come ashore here."
TERRITORY STORM SWEPT.
Three Families ltelieved to Have Beea
Killed In a Cyclone.
South McAlester, I. T., March 29.
At least fourteen people were killed
and much loss of property resulted
from a cyclone that struck Lehigh and
Coal Gate Saturday night and mowed
a path about half a mile wide almost
to this city.
The families of four farmers were
destroyed. Several bodies are missing,
and the death list may not be less
than a score.
The dead as far as known are:
James Seafoam, wife and three chil
dren. Alex Pendergrass and family.
Samuel Stinson, wife and five chil
dren. MRS. PARNELL DEAD.
Baras She Received at Her Home la
Irelaad Prove Fatal.
Loxdox, March 29. Mrs. Delia
Tudor ParnelL daughter of the cele
brated American naval officer, Rear
Admiral Charles Stewart, and mother
of the late Charles Stewart Parnell,
died last night at Avondale, Rath
drum, County Wicklew, Ireland, as
the result of burns received from the
igniting of her clothing while she was
sitting before a fire.
Oklahoma Cattle gaffer.
Guthrie, Okla., March 29. The
cold and wet weather of the past
week has caused suffering among the
large herds of cattle recently brought
into Osage, Raw, Otoe and other In
dian reservations from the South, and
hundreds of them have died from ex
posure. Aaether CraUer Boacbt.
Berlix, March 29. Lietenant Com
mander Niblack, tne United States
naval attache, has returned here
ftom KieL It is understood he
has conditionally purchased for the
United States government a protected
cruiser building at the German yards
for a South American government,
and that he is considering the pur
chase of a vessel building at the Voss
yards at Hamburg.
Fast Frlatlas HU laveatloa.
Salem, Mass.. March 2l. Abner
Cheney Goodall die i lis re yesterday,
aged 93 years. II- perfected the first
printing press that printed on both
sides in one operation. His inven
tions in this line became the founda
tion of the present newspaper presa
He also invented the cracker machine
aad perfected the preparation of cop
per aad steel plates for use byea
giaweis. SaUe foe
Lamar. March 29. The United
Stales eraiaers Smn Fraoefcea aad
Xew Orlaaaa ' (I oraaerlj
at 1: p. at JU
VISITED WESTERN CANADA.
Bay sat of Delegates Beat ffroi
ha Alameda Dkttrlct.
lected from a
b e r of
by delegates to report on Western
Canada to their friends in Michigan,
and- as a result of which hundreds of
people expect to leave this spring for
the Free Grant Lands of Western.
Alameda, N. W. T., Aug. 31, 1897.
Dear Friends of Saginaw: Those de
siring to secure a good and sure home
will do well to take our advice, and
examine the land in the neighborhood
of Alamedi, as we know that every
one who sees this land will be agree
ably surprised. Before seeing this
land we were partly in doubt as to
moving here, but after looking it over
we at once decided to make our home
here, and we beg those of our friends
who are desirous of securing farms,
not to let this chance slip by, as the
soil is of the best and the water can
not be excelled. The finest wheat we
ever saw is also raised here.
We shall return home in haste,
straighten out our affairs, and move;
here at once.
Yours truly, r
,, " Of Saginaw.
Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 10. 1S97.
Mr. M. V. MoTnnpe Chi or rviinn .
tlon Agent, Detroit, Mich. Dear Sir:
We are pleased to state to you that we
have found the country in the vicinity
of Alameda fully up to what you and
Mr. Keller had represented it to be. It
Is, in fact, an ideal location for mixed
farming. The soil is the best we ever
saw, and as the farmers were all busy
at threshing, wo had an excellent
chance to see its productive quality,
which cannot be surpassed anywhere.
The cattle could not be in better con
dition. We saw two year old steers
equal to three year old raised in most
places, and these, a3 are all others
about Alameda, were fed on native hay
in winter arid herded in summer. As
,'we had previous to this visited the
Northwestern States in behalf of a
large number of farmers, to locate
suitable land for mixed farming, we
are now in a position to say that the
Alameda district of Western Canada
surpasses them all. The country is
equal to that about Thuringen in Ger
many. We were rather sceptic before
starting, and our intention was to set
tle In spring, if we were suited, but
we have now decided to move at once;
that is, as early this fall as we pos
sibly can. We left Mr. Rledel at
Alameda, and take back his report, and
we will take his family and effects with
u when we go.
(Signed) ALBERT MAI
Ludington, Mich., Nov. 1, 1897.
M. V. Mclnnes. Esq., Colonization
Agent. Detroit, Mich. Dear Sir: We
have just returned from the West, and
were exceedingly well pleased with the
country. We are going back to take
up our homesteads in early spring. We
received $35 per month and board
working for farmers, and the board
was the best we ever had the beef and
mutton especially were excellent. The
fine flavor is owing to the fine grasses
which the cattle and sheep feed upon.
The people are very hospitable, and
treat their hired help with much kind
ness. The grain is much heavier than
here; wheat being 62 lbs. to the bushel;
oats 48 lbs., and barley often 55 lbs.
Any man with a good team and
money enough to buy provisions and
seed for six months can become rich
there in five years. Many people who
arrived there five years ago with
little, or nothing, are well off now.
One man I met held his wheat from
last year and was offered $16,000 for
this year's crop and what he had held
over from last year, and is holding at
$1 per bushel. We are. going back in
the spring to work for this same farm
er until seeding, after which we will
homestead between seeding and har
vest. We think we will settle on the
Manitoba & Northwestern R. R.
You can refer any one to us for this
part of the country, while we are here,
and we will cheerfully answer any
questions which anyone may wish to
aslu Yours truly,
(Signed) CHAS. HAWLEY.
ill JOSEPH DOLA.
There is nothing dearer to a mat
,han a good wife with the possible
exception of her bhopping expeditions.
It will be surprising if the rush to
the Klondike does not prove to be one
of the greatest tradegips of the cen
tury. A good garden one year assures one
each year thereafter: we are not prone
to let go of a good thing wben once
A new novel just out is called "Her
Wild Oats.' Some women always did
sow a few, but it used to be impolite
to talk about it.
When looking for lodgings a man
must either inquire within or go with
We wish we were only nineteen
years of age and in love for the first
If she dared say what she wanted,
every woman when she prayed in pray
er meeting, would ask the Lord to
make her husband love her more.
When two girls first meet they spend
the first hour trying to find ont what
each other knows, and the second try
ing to find out what each other doesn't
Read the Advertlaemeata,
You will enjoy this publication uracil
better if yon will get in the habit of
reading the advertiseaaents; they will
afford a most 'interesting stady aad
excellent bargaias. Oarsdrsr
are reliable, aad ssakl
A woman has wonderful self-eoatrot'
a. sue never ouys anyimng at a baw V
rainsaieinat ana aoesnt really want
We want it understood right now
:hat we never count ourselves among
the friends of the family who want
to see the remains."
A woman always pretends to smile
ind be so interested when her husband
reads her where it says in the papei
fhat Turkish women aren't allowed tc
ialk above a whisper in the presence
f their husband's relatives.
GAINED 22 POUNDS IN 5 WEEKS
From the By-Stander, Macomb, Til.
Alderman Louis W. Camp, of our city,
has quite astonished his friends of late, by
a remarkable gain in weight. He has gained
32 pounds in Ive weeks. Those of hit
friends who do not know the facts of hit
sickness will read with interest the fol
"I was broken down in health and utterlj
miserable,' said Mr. Camp to our reporter.
"I was unable to work much of the time
and so badly afflicted with a f orm of atom aca
trouble that life was a veritable nightmare.
"I tried various remedies, but during the
six months of my sickness I obtained no
relief. I had always been a robust, hea thy
man and sickness bore heavily upon me.
''About two years ago I was advised to
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
I purchased one box and received so
much benefit that I used five more and was
entirely cured. I gained twenty-two pouiuU
in fir tceekt. 8ince I stopped taking the
pills I have scarcely had an ache or pain.
Interviewing the Alderman.
" Dr. Williams Pink Pills restored me U
health and I most heartily recommend
L. Wr Camp on oath says that the fore
going statement is true.
W. W. Mbloan, Sntarv Public.
Following ia the physician's certificate
as te Mr, Camp's present conditon.
I am a regularly licensed physician of
Macomb, McDonough County, IlL I have
very critly examined Mr. L. W. Camp as
to his general physical condition, and lind
the same to be all that could be desired, ap
petite and digestion good, sleeps well, and
has all the evidences of being in a good
physical condition. Sam'l Rcsselt,, M. D.
Sul)8cribed and sworn to before me this
SOth day of September, 1897.
W. W. Meloas. Notary Pubtta.
If you know that the bride has made
icr own wedding outfit, give the groom
i particular glad hand of congratula
tion: he has struck a priie.
No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes wcqk
sen strong, blood pure 50c 81. All druggists.
It isn't only the old bachelors that
were disappointed in love.
No woman ever likes another wom
an much after she finds out that her
hair keeps in curl better than her own
Smoke Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for 5 eta.
An Atchison, Kansas, man who dis
likes preachers, says that when he dies
he intends to be buried by a justice oi
Colorado Gold Field.
Colorado is the banner gold-producing
state in the Union. Production in
1807 over 520.000,000. New strikes
are being made everyday. Nothing
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To know when the animal babies
are coming and to be prepared fot
them indicates the good farmer.
Pio's Cure for Consumption has been a
family medicine with us since 1805. J. It
Madison, 2409 42d Ave. Chicago, Ills.
An ample supply of fuel for the sum
mer is a labor and patience saver, and
insures prompter and hotter meals.
Star Tobacco is the leading brand of
the world, because it is the best.
Women observe Lent in order to get
their summer sewing done,
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The modern Sunday papers are the
If a man is too proud to beg and too
honest to steal the only thing left for
him is to get trusted.
In tree-planting, provide holes that
will allow the roots to lie as nature
designed them to grow. Trees will
not thrive if their toes are cramped.
Never attempt to prevent a kicking
cow from kicking if the milker is a
loud, foul-mouthed swearer. Let th
man's mouth and the cow's leg have it
Some of the most disgraceful acts
are peformed by the most graceful sin
ners. If a man isn't sober she should nevei
attempt to walk a tight rope.
Don't try to be nice to anyone who
dislikes you; keep away'froxn him.
But few people have been injured
by the accidental discharge of their
A woman is always safe in being
sarcastic to a man not her husband
he is afraid to make an appropriate re
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