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The Clarke Courier.
Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, March 8. 1899. No. 4.
HIE CURKK COURIER,
JOB WOKK UK ALL KINDS
-i ? ii m
o^OW-nm -\LK BIL1JS,
ARIX*, BLANKS. ?v...Ac.
ISeUtsd pr??mpil\ an.I matlyan?! at fair
BjrJOal WORK m?rit hepaiilforupon
f t? l . i mm ., i . ?
JOHN O CROWN,
K:>iT?iR uns PnoenisrToa
w?j?*kly at i ?Nr I?, i . u ? m? r'irr ?
r*ir. im \i?vw k ?? h.-?? a..? paaMinsaivaa ?
tw???lollar? ?il! !>?? lararlnbly charg???!
AsTimi>H?F\ t? ? ?t th?. rat??
of One I>..?!.4r- ?-.d r ' - p.T s.i'iare
(ten ttSMSJ f?>r t?. i and rifty
ObssSs par sqaa ? louai irta*
tion A'Iv.T- -?y th?? h,
year or year at
Marshall M?-<\?riiii? k II || \|. ? ,,riui?k.
Marshall McCormi?k & Son.
?Va liave fortit?'?i a part mrslnp t?. pra.-tiee
., ,\ \ll hiiiine*?) will ree?-ive prompt at?
irrtCU -On Chureh St.. in ?'ourt h?>u?>?'
W. T. Lewis.
?ill SSI? ?d to any bBSBB?S8S ? ??t??iiiitt?-l t?.
nun in to?' ?furis of Ctarks ?ml a?ljoinuig
? ?.iinti.- -|m? ial att?'iitioii given to ? <?lle?
?i..!ih. inb???? ?m fJhureh -tre?'t. nearly ?oppo?
site the jail- lii',1 ly.
A. Moore, Jr.,
riat'lu?-? in lb?' ?'ourt.H of llark?- and ad
??inilttj i-..iinti**!?. ami in the <'??urt Of la
IWrSOa la the ?lurke ?'oittity Pank
iil-hiiK' ian 8 H
G-iles Cook, Jr.,
Ff?o.VT ROYAL, YA.%
?*ill attend to any hunine** e?unuiitt?*?i t?>
in in the I'in-nit ? 'ourt of ? lark?- ?'?.untv
John. Y. Page,
. V and
< 'ollllll?HM?OI?<?r ill CtlHIl?'?-! > .
BEHRY TILLE. Y A.
Sam'l. J. C. Moore,
BERRY\ lLLEt \ A.
V. ill prai-ti?'?' in the ??iiirts of ? ;;irk?-. r'r?-?l? -
. W:?rr?'ii ami l/iii<l?niii eount!??>. in the
pretil?'? ourt <?f Ap?stala .?! the Mitt?-, a?
sal aa in the U. S. ? ourt ;?t Harriaonbursj.
Dr. G. H. Oliver,
BKh'Jn \JLLE. \A.
r.n se\?ral years sj privat?' ptlpil "t Prof. J.
U llodgkin, ami a gru?luat?' <?l the ItialtliiKire ?
?'ullasjs of Usaatal ?Sur?asry. baa ItoosSaal jmt-'
iiMiu'iitly in ll?-rry vill?'. \ u
Sitroua *>xi?le ??i- ia?liuinist?'r?id
l-*if~Orri?'E?In H i.iiil.uiin. ..\.r
UppitVl Drug St,,r?'
Having a.l.Ie?! largely t.. my st.M-k ??f Fur?
niture, the puldi?- i*-. invited to ?all ami
spset ti??- xuiit?-. in regard to piioaa 1 ?i-n
kj -:t\ 1 < ;?n compete with any Imui?' In the
Look at These Prices :
HKllSTKAOS, in oak off poplar, from ft] ?"'
ut?, Baraaas and Wa"hst;ui<is vary ?heap,
aliso, ?ink ."-Klel'oards aim rlaf?JS 1'arlor i:i
lil?'??, YV'ardrohe?. oak iin?l poplar Fam'V
>t.?n?i.s, KMeiiMon 1 nl'les in oak ami walnut
\V??veu-wire Mattres.se*. ?.nul quality, $3.Oil,
Shuck iimi all-hair M all rest?es Iron? *.? ?a? t<?
112.00. S.'lnl ??ak Muts. v?-ry ni<?\ ?mly 914.
Vary tine ?iak Suits, tim-lv carved, ill to
I3U. Parlor Suits, in ?>??k. walnut or eherry.
ti1? and up.
A?s??, a large lot of ol?i-faihi?>ntH? split
li.ittoru Chaita ami RocktBfl at *3.!*o ami up,
parast. a tinsaasortmsjnt ?if Fumy Rock?
ing Chaire, Oak. Maple and Rattan, f 1 7.'?
11 P, DKAIII. Ag.-m
Undertaking a Specialty.
I keep Inssorh all grades of CaakaSa ami
?'?itiins, auch as black ?loth, walnut and
vlterry; hlack ?loth Metallic QasktSUs, ami
whitsCaaskets. i atandoatabalmlntj when
reijiu'^t?'?! or?ler> i?y tsilaartsm promptly
till?-?!. I have the tinest Hearse in the Val
lay, ami satisfaction gu?%raatssd la all ?-?me?.
In all bnsinean matten? my motto ?st?> ? if,
ami n?> troubla will be ?pared t?> ?l?? ?<?
ttaatJOtf H I' UK A A...
Marbe & Granite Works,
for Ue?>rge and North Str.
Diehl ?V Bro.,
?? ?MMKNTS. - TOMBS, - STATT ES.
Slate Hint Marhh
and all kimls of
Bailding Marblo and Sandstones.
All order? promptly tilled at the h?west
rates All work guaranteed,
W. H. ELWELL.
? ANO BsSAIaBB !N ?
Saddles, Collars, Whips, Lap
llaa removed hit? eatahlisdunent to South
street, at the rear of S. F. Haughman'? ?tore.
Repairing promptly ?I?>ne. fjuii6
Digests wha* you eat.
It artiflrlally digests the food and a
Nature In strengthening and reo
structing the exhausted digestive -
gans. It ia the latest discovered d.
ant and tonic. No other prepara
can approach It In efficiency. It
stantly relieves and permanently
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heart
Flatulence. ?Sour Stomach, N
Sick Headache. Qsstralgla.Cran i
all other results of imperfect di^
Preparad by C C Da Witt a Co.. Cb
THE COURIER'S facilities fordoing nice
job work are mit sur panne?! I ?y anv othVe
ii t'.e Valley of Virginia
THE SCOUT'S RESCDE.
Pally ?"iinninglmm live?l innnniet
country neighhorht?o?l, m Culpep?*r
county, Y a., near the verv ?entre of
the bnttlefronttd between the I'niuii
and ( ?>nf?'?lerate armies; so near
I.randv Station that the r.iar of the
cannon echoed through the bonne,
ami the smoke of battle wan plainly
to be seen.
Hot fattier and brother?? wer..? in
the Southern Army. Hut ?the and
her mother remained in the ??Id hmm
Stead. A few of their old ??laves
still ?rluii^ to them, notably Polly's
"mammy" ami her husband, who,
trusted ami contidential h?mse ser*
rants, hud never felt the yoke of
slavery as nailing. What they could
have done without mammv Polly
never ?lared tt> think.
She came into the dining room,
where Polly was Washing the ?lishen,
after fb.. frugal dinner, a meal which
K*r mother, suttei :ug from no acute
attack of neuralgia, a a* too ill to
"Well, honey.*' she s.?nl, uyo* ma
|>ears to 'i.- easy now. I give her :?
hot foot bath, an' ? mustard plars
el. an' she went to Sleep, SO I put
th?* bell wbar sil?- could lech it an1
crop* out. I reckon I moot as w?*n
tak?* inv ole man Ins dinner." Mam
my went to the window ami look?-?!
out, i tailing her neck t?? catch a
glimpae ol the ?Inv?* leading to th<
irmii ??f the h??iis?'. u?i treat Mhi?i?i:'
said she. "Here's :i Vankee officei
riiim" up t?i th? do*. Vn' keep stiii.
while I g?? see what he wants
In a moment she was back. smil
it.g. followed by a voting man in th?
uniform <>f a Ignited States lieuten
ant. whose MHello, Polly!*1 startle*:
her s?> that sh?* dropped to the flooi
lb?- cup eh?- was wi|'ing. Shelookei
at it ruefully; then her face lit up.
"Why. Krank!" ?he exclaimed
"where ?lu? yon come from?*1
"Stuurt's hea?hiuRters, of conree
! want to find ??ut what Sheridan i
doing. I've a letter for your mothe
from the Major. Can yon get me i
mouthful to eat!'"
"It WOn*t he much more." sai?
Polly, as she set out th?* reniai:
the dinner us quickly at? possibl?
"Mamma ha? ??ne ?if her bad attack
of neuralgia. Oh, Frank, how m
papa and brother Ned ami Jack?**
"All well ami nourishing, two day
ago; why this ?lo?'S famously. Tolly,
and be went to work at bread an
butt.r. beef and potatees with th
hearty relish of a hungry traveller.
Mammy had taken the lett?T uj
Htairs, sure that m> other meilicii
would do Mrs. Cunningham satmuc
g?H>d. Now she rusheil back, ash
with fright. "For ?le l.awd's sak
Mars Frank, run out ?le back dt
Here comes a whole troop of Vai
"No, Frank!" said Folly, who hi
Sown to the back window, as I
started up, and, seizing hat and o
ercoat, ma?le for the ?loor. "Tir
are coming that way, tot?. Quic
here! upstairs! I can hide you!"
The rear of the house was one ai
a half stories high, with sloping r??v
and where the newer two storii
front mined it. on either sid?*, w?
closets in the wall. They had been
wainscoted, instead of plastereil. and
one of them had been given to Polly
in her babyhood as a doll hou se. Af
ter reaching "Wootlstock." Folly had
begged her father for a sliding panel
in this closet, opening into the cuddy
under the eaves of the old house.
Mrs. Cunningham had protested,
saying it would only be a rat hoi** and
do Polly no good, but her husband
had laughed and yielded. "It was
as good as any other toy," he euid.
and under Polly's supervision a coun?
try carpenter had done the job so
cleverly that no one not in the secret
would hose suspected the existent'?*
of the panel or fourni the spot look?
ing like a knot in the wood, which
conceal? d the spring.
Frank, visiting the house as a boy,
had often tease?! little Folly about
her secret chamber, ami, like her
brothers, had begged vainly to be
shown the spring; but it had passed
from bis mind until now, when, op?
ening the closet, she pressed back
the panel and showed him the cud
?ly as a place of refuge. A moment
more and the panel shot back int?>
place, the closet d??or was shut, an?!
he heard her ?piick footsteps Hying
downstairs. The cuddy was dark as
a pocket, but larger than he had
imagined, aud the smell of provisions
f_uve token that it was need as a pla.ee
of storage in view of fre?juent forag ;
mg parfes from lw?th sid?*e.
Pollv found two Inited States of?
ficers in the hall ?iownstairs. talk tig
to niainiiiv. who was barefacedly de
daring that there vras no one in the
house but her miHt.'e-?>. h?*r young
unstress and herself.
A? Polly entered, the lieutenant in
command of the tqaad turned to her
"'?ihmI afternoon. Missy. We have
reason to believe that the notorious
scout and spy, T?jashasn, is in this
house. We captured bis horse down
there in the hushes, and we must
search the nouai
Polly paled, butsheaawered stead
ilv. **Of course, you eau do ?so if
you choCSe, but you will fini nobody
here! May 1 ask VOU lo make tioun
-*arv noise; n:\ mother is ill, and
I don't want her to be frightened.
Mammy, go stay with her, pleaa
But mammy stood her ground.
'?No, chile, I tole her dey was cousin*,
and she t?>ld m? t.. *tay witi vou."
The *ewr?*hing party indoors looked
in ???.-i \ rooOl, :i: wardrobes, e!
under beds, everywhere that a eat
iiiighl bule, while outside their ? "to
I'aulea kept guard over doora ami
windows. 1'olly's close! was opened
wide, among tin- other?, bul the pr?s
nice of the panel was not suspected,
and sin- k?'pt her face as im mot
as that ol a sphinx. Once she flared
iip. "'This is an outi a- . iir," -
?-.tul. when >*b. fotiud thai hei moth
? v.? room w :,s to W searched. '*Our
orders are imperative,*1 euewered the
lieutenant, calmly. uBoys, stay oui
sitie. Excuse me, madam, bul we
are looking for Tvv v nenian, ami call
not leave any poasiblc bidiug place
"Vfiv well," answered Mrs. Cun?
ningham, rising t?> her feet in spite
of the blinding pain. "When yon
are sure that he is not on the lounge
I should like to lie down again. Be
1 11 met Pollv. don't vou know thev are
only doing their duty, and -*o the sol?
diers withdrew, bullied and disap?
"He has got olT, somehow, boye;
bul I believe he was in the house, all
the same. He's as slippery as an eel,
thai fellow/1 said the lieutenant, as
they walked to their horses. Hut
they rode away, going in different di
rectiona, as though to pursue the fu
When they were out of eight Polly
released tin imprisoned scout and led
him to her mother's room, where Mrs.
Cunningham, in spite of her achin_
j nerves, insisted upon seeing him ami
i hearing in person all he could tell ol
i her loved ones.
They were still talking together
! and Polly was writing a letter to bei
father, when Mrs. (.'unuiughatu'seari
sharpened by pain, heard horses' fee
and voices outside. "Hark!" uh<
?Mid. ami almost on the instant th
soldiers were inside the house.
There was no time to gee to th
j closet, whether or no the searchiuj
! party had left one of their numhe
behind, who had noiselessly atlmittei
i thcin. they never knew, but it wa
I plain that the soldiers were comin
upstairs. Twyneuian took a package
from his pocket, and was handing it
to Folly. "Dispatches," he whis?
"No, no," she breathed; "quick ?
my room, back there?the roof."
He understood her. It was the
old part of the house, aud the roof
of the veranda came up tinder the
eaves of the sloping roof. There was
a wooden trough at the edge which
did duty as a gutter, and eaves and
gutter together extended out for per?
haps twelve inches. He had used it
as a hiding-place many times in
games of hide-and-seek. He was
slender, ami it was dusk now; any?
way the chance was woith trying,
and in less time than it takes to tell
it, he had darted across the hall into
Folly's room and out of the window
before the enemy had reached the
bead of the staircase; luckily, the
Mammy was heard protesting as
they came up. "Fat Frank TwytM
maw? Ves, sah, I don't, like him uo
how, I never ?lid, an' 1 wish you
couhl kct?*h bun. so I ?Iocs, but he
! ain't here ns 1 knows on. 'deed he
"Polly met them as they came tip,
candle in hand. h?d?ling the light so
that her shallow fell darkly abmg
th?* hall. "WelF" she asked sharply.
"We must search this house again.
One of our men saw Twynenian en?
ter, and he cannot have escaped."
"As you please. He is not iu the
bouse, however," she answered.?
"Come on," and ouce more she went
with them through every room, while
thev explored every nook and corner.
Her heart came into her mouth when
the lieutenant raised the winduw in
her room and leaned out looking on
the veranda roof. The wind blew
fresh, and she belt! her band to shade
the candle, so contriving that its fee?
ble ray made the outside darkness
"No, he isn't here; where has he
They kept watch on the bouse all
night, and Folly, in her mother's
chamber, ha?l but little sleep. In
the ?ir.st gray dawn she stole to peep
at Frank's holing place, but be was
gone, and though they heard that he
made his escape, it was not until
many weeks afterward that she learn?
ed how be had itid down the rain
??pout within ttm feet of a sentinel
und stolen away in the dark nest
\- th? season of the year when pneu?
monia >ore thront, coughs,
t-oldt?. catarrh, bronchitia and lung t roub
ri i?. !??? guarded againat, aothing
tine substitute," will "answer the
purpose," or is "just sa good" as One
Minute Cough i ure. That ts theoae la
fallible remedy for all lung, throat or
i i nnchlal troubles nualj
upon baring it if "aornething ??!-??" is
offered jrou W Richardaon
social highwayman, almos! equal
ill dignity ami grace to tin* hero of
the novel bearing this name, was cap?
tured l.ist week at tin- Waldorf As
toria with hundreds of dollars worth
of plumier ?m his person. His ar
r?st was brought about iu I most
eingulsr way and is ?lue t?? a young
man who has a sweetheart at the ho?
tel. This gentleman, who had in?
tended t?> pay a call on the lady of
his choice, went to her suite of roosas
and rapped for admission. His sup?
posed financ?e and her mother were
both out ami his knock received no
response. Thinking his presence Iinti
not been noted he tried the door, but
found it locked. .lust as he was
about to depart he heard the sound
of a dropping of a trunk lid ami the
clicking of a key. Regarding this
as a suspicious circumstance he call
ed the hall boy, and just as the two
were about to investigate out Stepped
a dignified man with a heavy gray
mustache and wearing the best ?>f
clothes. He claime?! to have mis?
taken the room, but when his story
failed to receive credence he made a
desperate struggle for liberty. On
bis person were found watches, dia
montls. well tilled purses, ami other
articles to the value of $2,000. The
distinguished stranger also had six
bunches of skeleton keys in his pock
eta and was evidently prepared U
make the most of his pleasaut sojourn
at the Waldorf-Astoria.
Curo Cold In Hood.
Kerniott s Chocolat? s Laxative Quia! se
to take aud ijuiek lo ?. urc cold m Lea_ _rai ease
The Kochester Herald tells that
last week, late in the afternoon, a case
was called by Judge Sutherland in
"1 would like to ask. Your Honor,
that this case go over until tonior
row," said one of the attorneys.
"On what ground?*1 said the.1 udge.
"Yes. Your Honor, I havebeen ar
gniug a case all day in Part II, and
I am really too fatigued to go on
with this trial."
"Very well, let the case go over,
('all the next case."
The next case was called and au
other attorney arose :
??May it jilease Your Honor, i
would like 10 ask that this case go
"For what reason?"
"I am too tired."
"You, toov What makes you
"I have been listening ail day to
my learned friend in Part 11."
,1. Sheet, Sedaba. Mo., conductor on
electric etreet ear line, writes that his
little daughter was very low with croup,
! ami iiei lit?' eaved after all physicians
had tailed, only by using One Minute
Cough CUTO. NV Itiehardson
?'This here last war," remarked
the eld lady, "has been a blessin' t?>
my fatn'ly; John'l drawuf of a big
pension fer one ear an' three Angers;
the ?do man's wntin' a war history;
Moll's engaged to a sergeant, an* Jen
nie's gwine to marry a fellow that
come within an ace of hein' a
The Cunning of Criminal Animals
The IxHidon Spectator has an ex?
traordinary article on the book by j
Mr. EL Seton Thomps??n, Natura :-t
to the government of Manitoba, un
| der the title "Wild Animals I Have
Known," whi(*h points ont the high
degree of cunning which some ani- |
mais have reached. We cannot do
better than i-uote the language of
The author claims for certain an
?mala a flh.?re of deference pan! to
depraved greatness ? towit: the bob
taile?! wolf which terrorised the whole
City <?f Far:-? f..r .?*ii v?*ars at the be?
ginning of rhe ftmrteenth Centn
the Soehuee pautb? i which in less
than two years killeil nearly three
hundred human being??; and two
creatures of N<irth American fame, a
? lam? grisaly bear, which in two years
ruined all the - drove
halt" th.* farms 'f business iu
Sacramento Valley, and a certain
t ?if MTew Mexico, which i with its
ban?! was reported to have killed a
cow every ?lay for five -. ile vis
! toe ranche which this creature
' infest.*?! and witness 8 ajt?n -
ing cunuing it exhibited. The rat
Nortli LVew Mexico,
??jv.-r to the wolves, which, from the
abundance of fq led bv the
wh h they ha?l not killed tb<
; an?j when a "kill"
not touch it. Their prey wa-- mainly
( Volt U g ??* I and Calves, ati I
in ?me night two of the pack killed
tw?? hundred ami fifty sheep, they did
: not ?-at any of the mutton. I
led by a v. ? WOlf,
? whose track wa* we!! known, being
! ?. inch? - - while other n
foot mai ks w?'r?* only 4* ?ncl
always ran from human beings, but
wire frequently seen. The big wolf
-o well known that an men
price was set on his scalp till it
reached 1000 dollars, ami the story
of the campaign ??pens with the at
tempt ?>f a professional hunter with a
pack of dogs tt? run the w??Wes and
"hold them up" till they could be
shot. The wolves separated, so did
the dogs, several were kil!e?l, and the
hunte* went back to Texas. 1
and traps were theu tried but the
i wolves avoided both, and the big
wolf ami his mate brought up a litter
of cubs in some rocky precipices with
in a thousand yards of one of the
farms, killing cattle every day. The
author does not mention that the
dog-wolf regularly feeds the cubs as
soon as they are weaned, and is a
good father of the family, a fact
which makes this incluent more than
probable. It was at this period that
Mr. Thompson made the ac ?nain
tance of the big wolf, and tried tc
kill him by scientific methods. II?
! melted cheese in the fat of a he.fer
in a china dish, cut it into lumps
with a bone knife to avoid the taint
of metal, and put into these strych?
nine and cyanide in odor proof cap
sules. He wore gloves steeped in
COW*? blood and even avoided breath?
ing on the baits. He found that one
of these had been picked up,followed
the track to the nevt. which wai
gone, as was the third. At the fourth
he fouud that the wolf had laid all
four together, and scattered dirt over
them! The wolves then took tostam
peding ami killing the sheep. Half
a dozen goats were usually kept with
each tloek as leaders.
I i oats are not easily stampeded at
night, and the sheep, when wolves are
about, would crowd around the goats
?and keep quiet while the shepherd a
drove off the wolves. The object oi
the latter is to stampede the sheep
and pick them up day by day after
One night they ran over the backs
of the huddled sheep, and killed all
the goats in a few minutes. This
, may have been accidental but it broke
| up the 'dock, and effected the desired
' object. Traps aere set to the mini
her of 130, in different parts of the
ranche. The trail of the big uolf
ami of the pack were traced nptOOOC
set of traps, and the doings of the
leader were plainly marked in the
dust. He had stopped the rest, warn
; etl by scent, ami scratched around
the trap till he fourni the buried
chain ami picket. These had been
left bare; and the same w as done to a
| do/.en other traps.
On another part of the ram-he be
entered an 11 shaped series of traps,
ami then detected the ?langer. 'The
trail showed that be had slowly back?
ed out on bis own track, putting each
paw down backwards until out of the
dangerous ground. II?* had then
sprung some of the trapa by scratch?
ing clods of stones backwards at them
with his hind feet.
He was at last caught by dragging
over the traps the body of a female
wolf, the scent of which he follow
Trie One Day Cold Curo.
Kertnott'tj t"ii'.?-?.i ???-? l ' -
take them liku cacly
W linhanis. t?
A young farm*** lian sent to a pro?
fessor in the N ??it h western Unit
ty a Copy of a Runic ioeoription,
which he says is on a stone he found
in North Mi ?-. its
finder states, wag <overed with - ?
? f dirt, had be?'U cracked bv the
roots of a lar. md U Mting
pla<-e was 1,1 feel above the
ent level t,f Lak< g iperior. The pro
"he rime as f?j 11
number of Noreemen are out on an
expedition of discovery to the Vine
I land of the West We hail a
g with ?tontea day *s jour oev from
this - We go .?it !a:
: and one day after we came home we
found a man red with blood and
dead. Good by. Rescue from tire,
anyone such a friend as va?
llad' Now on our way to look after
our ship, and fourteen day*' journey
from t his islam
Th. i - Dow on
to the ui
- are anxi _ fur?
ther developments, in order to the
determination of the ?j!.- iieth
er there t: a genuine tit.
an atteu ? ? their cu It
tn of a prac-ical joke.
"There is s ch- night
on our back fence." he explained tc
the lawyer, "a:.?I he yon
and yowls. Now, I don't want t(
uto any trouble with my I
bor, but I would like t?> know if I an
not ? ? -"op to it.'
"i ertaintt be lawyer.
"I am well withiu my right
shoot the cat. then'" he
"Fm. well, I would bardly sa^
that,** answered th< " I"h<
cat does not beloug to V? ii ! Uu
"And the fence d?
"Well, then I think 1 may safel
say that you have a perfect right t
tear down, the fence."
Tho One Day Cold Curo.
Cold I Kei
SO t-ik?.' ..
"You need not believe," writes a
Kansas boy in Mauila, "that us tel
Ion - are all going to marry over here.
'There ain't any of us so fascinated as
we thought we would be with the
languorous eyes and other Oriental
charms. I wouldn't trade a curly*
beaded Kansas girl for all the charm?
ers on this side of the big water. -
Low-necked dresses get to be aw I til
common and disgusting when you
can't see anyt hit . and I don't
think a girl looks like a girl w hen
lier dress comes only to her knees.*'
Happy i? the man or woman whi
eat ? good hearty meal without suffering
afterward If you cennoi tit? it. take
KonOl I'YM'l PSl v ? ur It
what you ?-.it. end ? forms of
Dyspepsia and Indigestion W Rich*
The North Pakota "Senate has
passed a bill providing for the ap?
pointment of a commission of three
.physicians in each counts for the ex*
amination of all applicants for mar*
riage licenses. Applicants cannot
secure a license, under this bill, ?. \
cepl upon certificate from the Board
of Examiners, that they are free from
certain ?iiseases and ailments, includ
nii: hereditary insanity and tuber'
The One O.iv Cold Curo.
she Yon remember what you
promised before we were married!'
You said vou would make everv ef?
fort to make yourself worthy of me.
He Yea, ami the result was thai
I overdid it, and made myself bottai
than von deserve.
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