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THE VINTON
vr ... iL' : ';;v
JOHN T. ttAPER, 4 '
.Editor and Proprietor.
EmCSlf. "W. Qoroer of Main tad
oga Stl., Opposite Court Houss.
$3 iA YEA.B, IN. ADVANCE.
HO 51 EI t C. JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. MAIN STREteT.
'.V JicAETIlUU, OHIO, v, ;
- - - A.-. .f Af K Will A Am-
VrriUii wwvb naaeoae i msmm vew
Mora.
pMflOyl
EPWIN N. BAHNillLL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
" .. 7. -AND-, . ,
TfVTATrV TSTmT.Tfl
Offlce MeArthur. Ohio, -.
Will attend promptly to all butineae entruetad
to kie earn.' . uoU
U. a CLAPOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT Uff,
t (FBOSKCUTIKQ ATTORNEY,)
McARTHUR, O.
Will araeltoe i.i vintoa end adjoining eoun
tiMa Baau.eeentruated to In. cure ptompi
It attended to. Office in Court Houea.
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
, HAM DEN. OHIO.
C, F. CARTWRIGIIT, Proprietor.
.;. Livery Stable Attached.
HltU RKADT FOR ALL TRAINS.
Tha Housa haa uet been refurniahed
ll.....L...I UnM. nl.in a n .4 nmfarfJllilA.
imuuiiivuM ixraiii. " " '
. k. - . ... . .Mnnllul MiltK lh. l.t ( h tnrktL
aSorda, and no pern, apared to accomodate
gueai. mi-. -T
HULBERT HOUSE.
Vain Streot, Opposite Court House
Lie Arthur, Ohio,
JAHES WORKMAN, Proprietor
I HATE taken poaaeaaion of the abore hotel,
renovated and partly refiiriii-hed it, and
will be glnd to aerve the old mietomera of the
houae.and eeuecinlly my old InenclH of the
Hooking Valley who may be vinitinu tin
point The table will ho lurniehed wiih the
beat the market atlnrda.and rare taken to
make gueta eomlortaMe. Good t-tHt.lir.g at.
(ached to the houaej Charge, reaaonable.
Mmtr 1873
W1CLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCEK,
Liivoi ana UommiiBion Meronants
NO. 20 WATER 8TRKKT,
CHUaLICOTUE. OHIO.
Ala in Barrela, Hair Barrela and Bottlea.
MT'ialr
DetU Smart. Samuel W. Kilrert, Jr.
j . Eatabllahed 186J.1
TIAUT & KILVERT,
SU0CE88OB8TO DtVlPSMART-1
Wholesale Grocers
A5D COMMISSION MEEOHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer of VUi IKON and
other Property from and to
Water StreetMtween Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
mar lllni,Kly
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
AND
SCOTCH G!iAMTE5I0LMETS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry Bt.,bet'n Second 4 Watei
' Cniliicotlie. Ohio.
1 anaaeiKtenil all mi own work In neraon
I aixrute all the finer rieaianx, nee the beet
malarial, aad oan tot ha umleiaold. Peraona
wiahini any work in my line are invited to
laanioe work, etrak and pncea, before mak
i.aMMilraftUL
- Iperaonally aupeiintend the earefUl aetting
p or eloaea and monument, bought at mj
.MtAhlialirtMint. ! I
B buying at thia ahop you will aare from IS
to m per cent, paia to ag. nta. kith
"DENTl-THY.
$10 OHLT TOE A SET Of TEETH.
Teeth. Extracted Without Paia
-r' and with
PERFECT SAFETY
.by ibe naa of
LAUGHING GAS
Can alway. be found at my office.
Fr. 8. T. BOUti 48, Jaokaon, Ohio.
ajaa1874
;;ROBERTOLAKK& CO.,
PuBLUixai Wnoiaaita aan Brran
UookAcllere, Stationers. Printers,
Bluders,
I '. "i . And
BLANK BOOK MAN 'FACTUBEBS
Dealer to
Law. Medical, Tbbolooiobl, School,
,'i ktd 11BCKLA1IE008 liOOKS,
'.AS.WettFourli Street, Cincinnati.
. avii.i.I.na hmnhai araloitooaly
ppUeahoa aad any book aent by mail, poet.
w jii 411 i i iti hi , ii r
iffiiii
VOL. 24--N0. 52. C.
MOAIttHUR, OHIO j MARCH 12, 1674.
WHOLE NO. 1,248
WHOLESALE.
Ml M
Paint and Second Street,
CBlLLICOTHEy 0.
. .
WOULD reapertrultf Invito tha attention
ol buyera to bia .took of '
DKY GOODS,
Offered at whoteaal
in any other market.
bnM aa low aa any
. ! ;;
Bare on Bala full lloea of
Brown U. Bleached Blasllm,
CaiIcoei,Cbeckf, fitilpes, -Glngbami,
Canton Flan
nela and Jeans.
WOOtEN GOODS OF ALL KIHDS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSERY and NOTIONS,
Bla facilltle. for buainena are uneaualled,
cabling him lo ofler inducemenla to the
Inula equal to any older home. itnep
J. ROUZER,
Manufacturer of
BUGGIES, OAERIAGES
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Oflateat, moat faahionable and elegtnl itylea,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CI11LLIC0THE, 0.
I make it a noint to do all my work of the
beat material, and .land venood to none in
quality of Iniah or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there are no appieutive
hnva about ml etlalj lahmeni. ana i ran not
Inil lo pleane any person who want, the beat
turnout made in tne country, i reier wnn
pride to my cutmere thrnuihout 8outnern
Dliio aa lo the character of wotk coming
from my hi'torr, and guarantee all my cu
tomera perlect wtiatwlion.
oa
All kinds of Turnouts finiehed and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing, Repainting, Etc
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a stock of
SECOND HAND
Carriages, Bnggies and Expresses,
left with ma for aale, repaired and almost aa
good aa new,.aonie oi tnem
VERY CHEAP INDEED
lOjUl 1873
FAuL AND WINTER
CLOTHING-
FRANK UELLMAIV,
At hia ne place of boalneaa,
COSY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
BA8TUE
Choicest Stock"
OK
r
Fair and Winter Clothing
i. ,
IVER breuuhl to thia mar net, emurariDK
!inll tha Inteat and moat laahionable at y leu,
in in accordance with the laleat ta.hion..
When you want a uobbr auit don't (all to call
on Frank. He alae CUTS and
Makes Garments to Ordej.
and baa a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND t' A PS, &C.
ll elnthlne marked down to the LOW
EST ritil'KES. Oife me a Mil and I will
warrant aatiafaction
MoARTHUK.,
OAERlAGEFAOTOB.Y.
Sortk-eait corner of Main and Jackaon atraetc
GEO. W. BULK TON, Proprietoi
Manufaolurat
Carriage; jtvyuiet. xj,reee$,
Alaoi waeoaa ana m naua or waeoa woaa
Jonato order oa abort notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol ail kinda executed in tha sea teat and moat
Ktlf alhlNO ol aU kinda In my line will
proiiy ana aaati. aoua. .
m Wura doue aiihia ea abliahmcut la war.
auuu to I auOatauual, put uu eoiid ana eie
eu edin lb uio.l ork, anlike mauuer,
o oa excelled in any reapect b any other
(aMinmeuim inecoiuirr.
JOHN BIECEL,
- ' Formerly ot Uamden.l
AKNOUNCtS lo bia frienda in Vintoa
adjoinina countiea that be baa bought
fiotol Formerly Kept by Ohas. Bmith
. Tbraa door weat cl Madiaoa, aa'
FRONT ST:
POKTSMOUTH,
DiWi reftrtad it Ibreaahoat. and la nresared
lo ealerteia lit faaTebaf pabtn al faaaoab(
rata. - .Jan
H 'i. gpH"
av a .ta rr
r7- Si bag
3 H
a" r iu
DO
0
O Q - r I
p a y o
H2
O M M
o-i Pi
1. i. TDLLET
8 MAIDED N.Y.
IMPORTER
i
and dealer is .
Fnrfiifm and American
a
WT A nTI l?Q
JEWELRY
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
Tools, Etc.
Old Watch Cnaea and old Gold andHlWer
Dougnt.
ORDERS
!4aprl8T3
SOLICITED.
S. F. CRAIV3ER,
HAMDEN.O.
MANUFtUTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles,
llrldles, llallers,
Whips, Spurs, Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Ar ticles of Saddlery,
i . -
My Inenda and the pnolid xetterallv areinnt
art to call and examine my atock and pii
cea. 1 mnke aoort . honest' work, nee the
teht atock, and tell at the ery loweat pncea
rjp AIPJNG
and manufacture don. .order, anon,
TT7-W nrn--.-f .4 aa V anr saanterl.
-i;-
C. J. lilLLliNLrHUKbT,
etc
be
not
m
and
the
0.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and dealer in all kinda of
PICTURES,
A L B U,M S ,
FRAMES,
PICTURE -CORD,
1 and
PICTURE-NAILS,
COPjYiNO
carefiill. di ne, and the amalleat picturea
enrarged to any tiae, and
. , it'.
Finished i n Ol
a W aa- waa m m -
WATER COLORS.
INDIA I ft K ,
oi any other atyle that may be desired, at
LOWEST RATES.
: -'
a. i- e I J I JJ
Pictures of all kinds framed
HOLLAND'S
Order, . . -
and all work irarraoted to pie aatiafcction,
lmay im ,.
The' Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
: ' w oseof
JOHN
GOLD PENS
i . , i . .
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPAHtED,
(fANUFACTORT No. II WEST 4th at.
vm '
THE MINISTER'S GUESTS.
1
.. I
in me
I
want to I
lile his
WPS, just yon go. and change
vnnrapir intn & mtnlator. anfl
settle somewhere Jast outside
of a city, who aW the in-
huhUanU tit whir.hr von ara
more or less acqoalnted each
and every . one ol whom will
nnnalrlnr it an esnecial dutv to
come out and take tea with you
Elinor ,plake was deeply in
love with. Rev. AlUton Gran
ger, and heir. affection was re
ciprocated. So thev were taut'
tied, rV.,::i I '
'Mr. -Of anger" livid
country, and" If job
know what kind of
a halt dozen times a year, and
r
all of whom will, colder it an
if your wife! don't have
... a'-aiai
three kinds or cane ana iresD
milk, aitm and honevon the
-- , . .
table. Of course, people who
live in the country are expect-
ed to have all these things in
creat abundance.
Mrs. Granger wa a very
pleasant,' agreeable! woman,
and tried to have every thing
amooth. and she was over run
with company.
A minister, amone other
things, is expected tot keep a
hotel, and keep it in a-way our
I mAsI Aeeie I m A I A mA A AriW T4
modern landlords tloti'i vry
well understand without
money and without price.
u n)U8t be open gnt and
dav. hft meals served 'at all
.,
hours. Nobofy must be rerusea
admittance. People who are
loo low to star at thehavern,
are sent to the' minister!-. Tract
n-rldiorfc. - book rvAddlera,
r i . - s jr
agents, women's rights lectur
erseverybody in fac must go
to tne minister s. , vi
And then if the poqr clergy
man thinking ot his overwork-
" -".
ed wife, and the consumptive
state ol his larder, ventures to
t,:. .. kt uta.n,.n
one. he la oiouslv reminded
lhat St.Paul and Sl.Peter, and
those oiher fine fellows of that
u A. ,.r
in.nwaalarv.tall.
tJ... 1. tnnr it.tr.
JJUl wuoinci luojr acpn
rn nn Antprtalnerl all crea
tion upon free cost does not
appear.
Mrs. Granger was not a
strong woman, aud having been
brought up delicately, uer Dur-
den fell heavily. Ihey were
Bn(,
I r ri
ghe did alI ,he work except ber
arnahirlo- '
,. p.
Tha nponlA who fiftmft visitintr
her never volunteered their as-
.ii..nM ' .hout anvthine. Of
ii.r,idh.rah.pn
too vulgar. And most oi me
ladies were invalids (did you
ever notice that those 'people
who go visiting most are nsti
ally nut of health?)
But we on the present occa
nlnn knnn Affllu Ia Aft'- With Ihtt
Rev. Asa Drowne, and wife,
.. f.,a..hiM,. . AKBr
P,ll. R.-h-l A..n anfl Ah..!
v.i, -
Kim Onr .tort
uerus-
is about, them, and Ibe host
L other people who visited Mr
f
, u.ii .
ana mta. uranger auau res.
the
nl,nriirit VI
Th nrnwnAR arrived 1-t.
nna haturfTav eveninir. when
! . . . i "
Mrsi Uranger . waa aimoji aeaa
ta.aeha hrin o- tnat
R0, ni of three ministers ".id
- -.iU..a.. m, neh.rl
abb I . .
just finished his sermon for the
to morrow Ihe doors vfrere Jock
ed and the family were about
retiring for the night.,
A ring at the front aoor.-
Mr. nr.ner'a heart sankMr.
Granger drew a sigb and went
to the door. " -
On the steps' were two trunks,
and as many bsnd boxes, sev.
eral bundles a pood'e dog,
I ff, red faced nian, a woman
about ibe same style, and four
children. .. .
"Mydear brother. Granger!"
cried ihe man ' seizin Mr.
Gr-ngerV band, and giving
a heart rendine wrin. 1 I
irSA TCa 'Xea nyowne travel.
IlOe Xvev,- JXbm AVrtlwiitj iroroi-i
,- ing ifaerautthis ii'
wife, and these are ray children.
We came at once to jour bouse
because we knew you wbuld
be mortally ofended if we did
not. My wife is a great inva
lidt a dreadlul suSerer! Been
aiWh fnriA.an vaanl T anntln1i
"v-.M-.
haVA r.liva Jana I r. elaan Bttrai
" """r
from tne fire for a thousand
do,Iar8l nd 1 want J0"
ee mai me sneeis are wen
aired befo open fire, Very
nne.Diy vtife is nervous exceed
ty rervou8 she irioulda'k
8,eeP B wJnlc ln coarse sheets
wi, ue
them
"I should di before morning!
if I had to lie In coarse sheets!"
cr,ea mrs- Browne, a stout, tat
insult facod woman ot forty-five or
ft f I IV T AArYlA IrAPTI t A an TJI Mslt tm
v v.u ..c., (U.UK
w my last home about a week
. .
"6 ,rom "P"ig on an un
bletched pillow case. They
thought I was dead for over
two hours!'
"Have you a stuflea cnaur
exclaimed Mrs. Drowne, "lean
not sit a moment on an uncush-
lonea chain Ana 1 will take
I,ttIe tea an a bowl of oys
ters, or piece of mince pie; I
feel so faint."
"Ar a 1 will trouble you for
a cup ; ot collee," . said Mr.
Drowne, it will be a sort of
Btay t0 mv "tomoch till supper
is ready. What time will you
pave supper?
. r i i i il -
ui.ugor mumuw tu
heat of a stove-her temples
throbbing to bursting and her
heart the least bit rebelling at
Mhe ' ,nflux of tho8e exacting
visitors.
-'i want some ginger-bread
and some milk," yelled . Abel,
the eldest boy. "I'm half starv.
I m -.t i , ,., i o T.ll
ea- "nere 8 ine enpooara. in
ui irl
UC'F ,uJrDCU-
1 want 1
doughnutf yelled
t riscuia: "ana l can i nave
that "rocking chair MrGran
fir 8 MiaS m,' 1 don't stay; so
lata
luerei
"What a little mean rOoml"
aid Nicodenue. "By crackee
I WHal S IHofc OQ IU IttOtei HUU
UBUBW.ii.i.iHaiwoiA.jfuB
Presented to Mr. Granger by a
dear friend, who was then dead
and which was very highly
valued on that account.
4,IIellol" cried 'Nicodemus
"its slippery, hain't ii?" and
down Went the Psyche OU the
. . ... r t. . - j
noor-cav.ng in me loreneau
t i . . i : IV it.. i.Mnfli
a,,u Puij5 uu tuu la.gooi
V" 91 ,ne n08-
I ,, .,U
uir- V6" uf -
an exclamation oi dismay.
M0h, it's no mattert" said Mrs
yon aress a mue 100 oty.u.ur
a wife ola , minister or the gps
P" 0t a fed "'bbon
, r . r .
,n Jour nair. i
i never auo w myseu tu.wear
red ribbons. , I try to-make
Drowne, "vou can mend.it
auaiu with some of Spaulding
tlue.. Imended.a mug with.it
ihe other dy. . I hate them
things Handing around on la
bles; they look like dead folks
Mrs. Granger it seems to me
of
i . nnr,.;Kio'i
UIVBOU 3 yiaiu o uuooiuic.
in - , r .
1'iou, necuii v irjr cr xjaiu,
aia mrfcuranger w uer.c. .
I ..ff ' jr. . maI
""J. ul"uo, 1U4
. miniei..'. oolrl Mr Drnwrio'
. ;
would there were more like ber,
Jane' Je, you ought
o nave a oaini. jurs..orngw
will yob! see to it at once."
: After a while the Drownes
were got off to bed. y bach
supper as they bad eaten! Mrs.
ranger arew a ionE orea.u
" "?g oi it, one naa never
framed of such achievements
inmeeaimguuo;,,
' The next morning everything
went wrong Mr. urownee
a dyspepsia was worse he must
of have fresh eggs and soda crack-
ers, ana ary loasi, ana noney
- and coffee, uis appetite was
drt adful poor. ' ! ; :;
Mrs. Drowne was wreicnea.-
it She had not slept a wink be
am I eans there were ben's feathers
I in the bed. She was sore cf
u md mwh.
-tut th Wye cooti rieep
They stuffed
a
m
:
it
bens featherr.
ber up so.
The children amused them
selves with cutting up paper,
and too late Mr. Granger made
the discovery that bis sermon
on which he bad spent the pre
vious day, had been converted
into paper dolls, and horses
wilh any number of legs .froth
two to twenty.
"Law, sake! 'don't take on
about ill" said Mrs. Drowne.
The little dears didn't mean to
do it. Bless 'em !''
Just after dinner, Aunt Peg
gy Trim, Mrs. Granger's Aunt,
arrived on a visit. Aunt Peggy
was a very determined person,
and she took charee of the
itchen at once, and sent Mrs.
Granger off to church with her
usband. The Drownes were
not well enough to go, , they
said.
Mrs. Drowne read a story,
and Mr. Drowne lay on the so
and slept. Suddenly Mrs.
Drowne missed Fan, the poo
die.
"Good gracious!" cried she,
where is Fan!"
The children looked up from
their employment of smearing
he pictures oi a handsome
olyglot Bible with red ink and
giggled.
"What have 'yon done with
annie?" querried their mother.
"We've, had a funeral," said
Abel, with a grin.
"A funeral!" shrieked Mrs.
Drowne, "what do you mean!"
"She's in Jlra.Gratlger's work
box, all. buried as nice as any
body, in the garden," said Nici
odemus. ' "Abel preached the
sermon, and Lilly and I follow
ed8 mourners. Abel was box
ton. Crackee! wasn't it jollyf"
Mrs. Drowne rushed to the
garden followed by the whole
company, and there, sure
enough,. in Mxa. Granger's dab
lia bed, the dog was found bur
ied. The dahlias were all pall
ed up by the roots, and lay
willing and dying in the etin,
and the dog, very much stifled
in the work kox, looked sorry
enough as he leaped out with
howl.
The eight was too much for
the sensitive Mrs; Drowne. She
threw up her hands crying out:
"0 gracious me,! I'm dying!
Farewell, Asa!" and fell back
on the ground.
wOh,deaif cried Mr. Diowne,
"she's dead! she's had such
spells for the last seven years.
The doctor said she'd die some
lime.' Help me carry her into
the house.":
Aunt Peggy lent .a hand,
and the senseless woman was
deposited on the. sofa.
. 'She's dead! r Alas! she's
dead!" moaned Mr. Drowne
"Get the . camphor, ; and get.
some hot lemonade and some
fUrtnels wrung oat of boiling
wafer"
. "It she's deadj -I guess the
sooner she's laid ont the bet
ter,": said Annt Peggy. "Ynn
hate got rid of ah awful, great
burden. Brother Drowne, you'd
ought to thank the Lord for
A. wife that's bien seven years
dyinjr, must be dreadful to
alone with! I should have
- " t
kept a coffin in the house
the time. Hand me the shears
I'll take her hair off the first
thing; it will make a splendid
waterfall for somebody."
The dead woman spransr
her feet and dived, at Annt
PeWy. : ,. . r,
YouU have my hair off will
ye! Yon old Jezebel
have yotir'n oft first, see if
Jon't,'' and with th she grab
bed Aunt Peggy's false front,
and peeled her head quicker
than a Cherokee Indian could
have done it, ,
Annt Prey's dander rose.
She seized the broom nd
less time that it takes to write
if. she had driven every
Drowhe about the premises
of dftora. And then she
j ... p
oix Aei taggaf out after them.
a llirDniarotun
r.s.. 91 bb
Kach addition. -aaertloft ll , grt
Carde, perye . lo 00
Local notice per llnei....... lfi
i early adrartiBementa Minn rut
column, and at proportlbnat rate pel
vrn.pai-c. rarauie in aarsncfl.
The Record belner tha official
paper of the town, and halne- ta a
largest circulation oTany paperla tit
jountf, offers superior Inducements
w aureriiserB.
There they sat tin their
trunks until Deacon Buckley
of the other church tame along
when they told him their tale
ot wrong and he took theni
home with him.
the next day he wis so anx
ious to forward them on their
journey, that he carried theni
ten miles and left them at the
house of another minister.
Of course the affair made a
great deal of scandal in Brook:
ville bat some people were
sensible enough to commend
aunt Peggy. '
But Mr. Granger is still
keeping a hotel, and is well
patronized by the traveling
public. . If you should happen .
to pass through Brook ville, yod
will save a dollar or two by
stopping all night with Mn
Granger. He won't mind it s
he's used to it. .
Nasal Catarrh.
a
it
act
al
to
Catarrh is not a disease oi
man's nose. It is a disease of
the man, showing itself in his
nose. The blood which is now
in my brain is before I am done
writing this sentence back hi
my heart, and off on a visit to
my feet, and now it is distribd
ted to my iiyer, stomach, kid-'
neys every part. Every part
of the bbdy is fed every mo-"
meht from the same blood
Every atom of every organ and"
tissue is obtained from' that
blood, and every minute all this
blood comes back mixed and
intermixed. Now, do you sup:
pose that one part of the body
can draw away from the rest;
get up a disease and carry ori
an independent operation of its
own, on its own responsibility!
A man has a catarrh dis-'
chargo from his nose. . He is
an editor; and mostly confined'
to sedentary habits. His di
gestion is weikV Vdwefa' 6nsU3:
pated, head dull, and general
condition altogether unsatis
factory. He comes to me with
a long story about bis catarrh;
and finally wishes to know if 1
have any confidence in the ad
vertised cures for this disgust1
ing affliction; would be willing
to take anything or do any
thing if be could oniy get rid of
that horrible nuisance, eto.
"Will you do exactly what
I will advise for a week!"
"Yes; I wouldn't mind. Stand
ing on my head for that length
of time, if I could only reduce'
myself to the decent ut.e of one
pocket handkerchief a day."
' Eat a piece of beefsteak
half as large as your hand; one'
baked potato, and one slice of
bread for your breakfast; ,tt
piece of roast beef as large'ai
your hand, with one boiled pd-
tato and one slice of beef, lor
dinner; take nothing for sup
per, and go to bed at 8:30 o'
clock. Sleep, if possible, half
an hour before dinner. Drintt
nothing with your meals, nor
within two hours Jafterward.
Drink as much cold water onr
rising id the .morning and ori
lying down at night as yon car
Conveniently swallow, and yOtf
may add draughts of cold water;
if yon wish, before eating yoni
meals. Live four to six hotirfj
in the open pfr. riding in the
saddle and walking. Bathe
Ireqaentlf, and every tight bit
going ro bed rob the skin hard
with hair gloVes. In less than1
a week one handkerchief wilf
la
do 'yon. And you haven't
touched your nose' in the wy
of treatment 1 : t
I
in
A little girl asked a minister?
a.tS. .i.itw M. r. a 1 -.fti
MS v j w aai a uauaa S '
go to Heaven!" Why, yels, ni
child. Why do yoa ask!" "Wei,
because, if he don't have' hU
own way there, he won't stay
long, I was thinking."
Tbb first thinff a pfomisfrig:
youthsaid to a dog presenting;
ont J nose at his heels, was: Gw
Aflebll jtvi think I'm
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