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H IDIsappear When Dr. Williams' Pink
Pllla Purify the Blood and
B Heal Inflamed Tissues.
HB Rheumatism in n dUoaso of tho blood,
HJ -caused by tho failure of tho body to rast
HI -off certain poisons. External applies.-
! tlousareof uso only in Fecuring tempo-
fll rary relief from pain the enre for
Hj rheumatism lies in purifying and en-
HJ xiching tho blood.
Mrs. Frederick Brown, of 40 Sumptet
street, Sandy Hill, K.Y., was n suffcm
a from inflnninmtory rheumatism from
HH the tlmo hIio was sixteen. She says
HflJ "It first appeared in my kneo joints,
then in my hips nnd waist. It beennx
a regular thing thnt I would be laid ur
-all winter. Tho rheumntism nffected
mostly my hands, hips, fret nnd
shoulders. My bniids were nil puflid
flj up nnd my, feet become drforniid. 1
Ifll lost my appetite, couldn't sleep nnd
sometimes Ivrs com polled to ciy out,
HJ tho pain wns so iiitciiKi.
B "For sovornl winters I wns under the
fll doctor's enroaud whiln his niedirimi re-
BJ lioved tho pain for n liltlo while there
hflf seemed no prospect for u pcruinudit
flf euro. I was (.onflucd to my Led, ulf unci
flf on, for weeks nt n time. Mv Ilm1
jflf swelled diendfully nt times mill I war
"flj reduced almost to nothing.
IB " In tho spring of HMM.npoii tho nd
I flf vice of n fiicud, I begun to nse Dr.
iB WillinmV Pink Pills. At that tlmo I
flj 'wasn't nblo to do nnythitig nnd rould
HK barely eat enough to keep olive. I felt
IflK a chango for tho better in about n month.
B? I began to cat heartily nnd I suffered
IB less pain. Of course I kept on the
IBB treatment, using care in my diet, and
ne in about three mouths 1 wis cured. I
BE am ontiroly well today nud do all my
flf own work."
HI Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured Mrs.
HE Brown by driving the rhoumatio poisons
HE out of hex blood. But yon must get the
flf i genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, sold
B V by all druggists nnd by the Dr. William i
HM Medicine Co., Sohenectady, N. T.
MBT Tonic for Wornout Horses.
IBS Tho Germans give wornout horses
HK a tonic of roasted coffee beam mixed
HE with honey.
K Deafness Cannot Be Cured
flH fcr local application!, a they cannot reach tb dl
j ml portion of th ear. There U only una way to
BV cure deafncit.and tbat t by conitltutlonal remedial.
Deafne la earned by en Inflamed condition of tbe
BJP mucoui lining of tbe Kuitacbtan Tube. Wbenlbli
BV tube li tnQttoed yuuharaa rumbling sound or lm-
BK perfect hearing, and when It U entirely clueed. Deaf.
BK ' tho feeuu,and unlet the Inflammation can be
BK taken out and this tube reatored to Ita normal condl-
BBT tlon, hearing will be dentrojred foreten nine raiea
BBV outuf ten are earned by Catarrh, which t. nothing
BB but an Inflamed coudltton of the mucoue surface.
IBjR We will give One Hundred Dollar! for any caie of
BBK ?3eafneii Irauned br catarrh) that cannot be cured
BS' by Hell' Catarrh Cure. Hand for circulars free.
B K.J.CHKNKlf CO.,Toledo,0.
BBsf' Bold br I)nl(rlU. 150.
BBB Take uall's Family I'llli for comtlpatlon.
jBS NUNS FIRST TO POWDER HAIR.
HS Then Custom Quickly Spread to
HE Women of Fashion.
Hflfc Tho custom of powdering tho hair
HHe dates back as far as thu sixteenth
PK century uud was first Introduced by
KftflJ tho nuns in French convents. Those
BflE who had occasion to Icavo tho clols-
BBJI ters for any reason wcro wont to
B powder their hair so as to malco It ap-
BBB pear gray and glvo them a vcnerablo
BBm jk look. Tho fashionable dames wero
B so struck (With tho novol effect of
BHs whlto powder on dark hair that they
IBS soon appropriated tho dovtce as ono
IBS of the arts of the worldly toilet. Out
IBS of this grow tho uso of tints in the
BSJ hair. Tho Roman women often used
BBt blue powdery and later, in 18G0, Em-
BSl press Eugenic set tho fashion of using
BSj gold powder. Itomo under tho empire
BH and Qrcoco during tho tlmo' of Per-
BSl icles were seized with a mania for
BSj golden hair. Tbe belles and fops ot
BSj the day devised several methods
BS! whereby black locks might be
BSj changed to goldon yellow, but bleach-
BS Ing did not always succeed. Conse-
B quently qulto a trade was established
BJ ' with the falr-halrod tribes beyond the
BJ Alps, who sold tholr locks to Latin
BJ merchants to be worn on the heads
H of Roman dandles.
K Death In Sight of Wealth.
'BJ Just after he had discovered the
BJ richest vela of tungsten ore ever
BJ found in, this country, Oeorgo Spart-
BJ ley, a veteran prospector, was killed
BJ by an explosion ot dynamlto In his
jB , claim In Boulder county, Colorado.
I FOOD AND STUDY
I A College Man's Experience.
1 "All through my high school course
J and first year in collego," writes an
' ambitious young man, "I strugglod
with my studios on a dlot ot greasy,
pasty foods, being especially fond of
cakes and fried things. My system
got into a stato ot general dlsordor
and It was dlfllcult for mo to apply
myself to school work with any do-
greo ot satisfaction. I tried dlttoront
( . medicines and food preparations but
I did not seem able to correct tho dlf-
I "Then my attention was called to
i Qrapo-Nuts food and I sampled it. I
; 1 bad to do somothlng, bo I just buck
K, led down to a rigid observance ot the
K directions on Uio package, and in
K loss thau no tlmo began to feel better.
Br In a few wcoks my strength was ro
ll IS stored, my weight had increased, I
jluV, had a clearer hoad and felt hotter In
BBft every particular. My work was slm
iBm Pl' sport to what It was formerly.
IBS "My sister's health waB badly run
IBj down and she had becouio bo nervous
I Bft that sbo could not attend to bor
BS music. Slio went on Q rape-Nuts and
B had tho Bamo rcmarkablo oxporlenco
sB that I had. Then my brothor, Frank,
Su fl'wno 's 'n "10 POBtofllco department
WD " at Washington city nnd had been try
Kj ing to do brain work on greasy foods,
9g cakes and all that, joined tbe Qrapo
w Nuts army. I showed him what It
Sj was and could do and from a broken
B down condition ho has developed Into
BJ a hearty and efllclent man.
'S "Besides tboso I could glvo account
; jB' of numbors of my follow-students who
.K' have made visible improvement raon
(IBM, tolly and physically by tho use ot
IBS' this food." Name given by Postum
IBB' Co" Dattle Creek, Mich.
jiABkL There's a reason. Read tho little)
fABfl book, "The Road to Wellvllle," U
GENERAL FATE OF HYPOCRITES
Qlve Themselves Away, as Did Pap
Thomas W. Lnwson at a dinner In
Boston raid of n certain flnanclci
that tlid man condemned himself oul
of his own mouth.
"All his life," said Mr. Lnwson. "ha
has played the hypocrite. But.unsuc
cessfully. Continually ho hlmsoll
overturns tho wall ot dissimulation
and Ritllo built about his nftalrs.
"It Is so, I fancy, with nil hypo
crites. They nre not exposed. They
glvo themselves away.
"This man began life as a mnnti.
facturer. Ho pretended to bo a friend
to profit shnrlng and alt such philan
thropic schemes, but as a matter ot
tact ho paid starvation wages. Ho
ground his hands nearly to death.
"And this fact ho was continually
"Ono day he sent for a detective.
"'Oh, I uant you,' ho said, 'to shad
ow my bookkeeper. I suspect him ot
"Tho detective, hardened though ho
an. looked shocked.
" 'Suspect young Harry Chalmers of
nlshoiiosty?"- he cried. 'Why, I can
hardly believe It. No ono lives more
frugally, though It Is truo ho has re
"'That's tho point,' said tho other.
'With tho salary I pay him ho could
not possibly marry."
The Fingers of Galileo.
Florcnco Is oxcltcd over tho fingers
ot Galileo. It appears that when tho
great astronomer's body was admitted
to sepulture in tho Florentlco church
of tho Holy Cross in 1737, Vincenzlo
Capponl, a prelate, cut oft with his
own hnnd "tho two fingers which had
written so many, beautiful things."
In other words, ho Btolo tho right
thumb nnd forefinger, while another
admirer filched tho left thumb, which
ot last Is now In tho Florentine Mu
seum, whllo tho two Capponl fingers,
passing, on tho migration of the head
of the family to Franco, to his stew
ard, nro now In tho possession of his
dnughtor, n woman of 84, who seeks to
relievo herself from poverty by sell
ing them. Sho had had offers from
an American, but having the Indcscro
tlon to publish them, Florenllno pa
triotism roso In arms, nnd now de
mands that tho fingers should join
that already In tho museum. Worse
still, payment for them Is refused, and
proceedings havo been taken to com
pel tho poor old woman to hand them
over. Now York Tribune.
More Haflz Ghaiela.
It socms to me that ha who drinks and
And laughs nnd makes time pass on
Does better than tho ono who carps and
f row ns.
And makes life dark with talk of solemn
Ho dries tho blood of youth. My part It
To shed vlnc-blood, nnd mnko no prom
ises; As for tha future In n hundred years
My clay will make as honest bricks ns
Thou art too sad, my friend, too gravo by
Teach thy lugubrious features how to
Some day thou'lt disappear without a
And "Dead ' shall be thy only epitaph)
My verses will bo mnc In every clime,
My name will live until tho end of time
Hut peoplo would not know that thou
If Haflz had not put three In this rhyme.
Go, Sufi go, nnd leave mo to my pottle!
I'll prny for theo to Him who filled this
And maybe wo shall meet again, soma
you and I, nnd Aristotle'
A Fatal Pun.
According to John Stow, chronicler
and antiquary, about 1CC0, who wroto
and published "Summnrie of Englysh
Chronicles." Sir William Colllngwood
was oxcuted In 1484 for writing tho
following political squib, in a manner
which, In his day, was considered
most excellent wit:
Tho rat, tho cat, and Lovel tho dog
Rule all England under the Hog.
This was during tho rolgn of Rich
ard III., at a tlmo when tho chlof
ngents of his evil schemes were Cates
by, Ratcllff and Lovel. Lovel wns
then a common nnmo for a dog, and
as a whlto boar was displayed on tho
king's escutcheon, tho roferonco to a
"hog" was obvious, nnd bo offensive
that it brought ab'but tho wrlter'B
"So you had a grudgo against tho
"Yes, sir. And to got oven I pre
sented him with a box ot cigars my
wlfo gavo mo for a Christmas pres
ent." "Alt, that was cruel rovongo."
"But ho camo back."
"Yes, ho tossed tho wholo box in
tho furnaco ami tho cabbago-stalk
fumes camo up tho register to our
"Czar" Reed's Joke on Wheeler.
Apropos of (Ion. Wheeler's remark
nblo activity and snap with npproach
Ing old ago, which gavo hlrn tho air
of perpotual youth, tho remark of
Speaker Reed Is recalled when dis
cussing with his colloaguos tho rnv
agos ot death among somo of tho old
mombera ot tho Houso: "Now thoro's
Whoeler, Bitting yonder. He's getting
old, but tho Almighty could novor
find him In ono plnco long enough to
put his flngor upon him."
An III Wind.
Old Mr. Brownson wns reading the
paper to his wife ono morning, nnd ex
claimed In u louder tono of voice;
"In a recent storm at sea a ship
Joadod with passengers went ashoro."
"How fortunato," placidly said old
Mrs. Brownson. "I can Imagino how
glad those pnsscngers wero to get on
1rx land.' '
Nature's Way Is Best.
Thh function strengthening and tlsvt
building plan nt treating chronic, linger
ing and ultltiuto cascj of dUcasn a pur
sued bf Ur. l'lorce. Is following after
Nature s plan of restoring health.
Iln use natural remedies, that Is
oxtructs from native medicinal roots,
prepared by processes wrought out by
tho expenditure, of much tlmo and
monuy. without the u of alcohol, and
by skillful combination in just tharlgut
Used as Ingredients of Pr. Plerco's
Golden Medical Discovery, Illuck Cherry
bark, Queen's root, Goldon Seal root,
Bloodroot and Stono root, specially oxert
their Influence In cases of lung, bronchial
and throat troubles, and this "Discov
wir" Is, therefore, a sovereign remedy
for bronchitis, laryngitis, chronic coughs,
catarrh and kindred ailments.
The abovo natlvo roots also have the
itronge,t possible endorsement from tho
leading medical w rltors, of all tho several
schools ot practice, for, the euro not only
of the diseases named abovo but also for
Indigestion, torpor of liver, or bilious
ness, obstinate constipation, kidney and
bladder troubles and catarrh, no matter
You don't havo to tako Dr. Plerco's
say-so alono as to this: what ho claims
for his "Discovery" I hacked up by tho
writings of tho niiMt emlnont men In tho
medical profession. A leanest by ponrtl
card or lotter, nddrrs-iecl to Dr. It. V.
Plerco, Buffalo, N. Y., for a llttlo book
of extracts from nmlnont medical au
thorities endorsing tho Insredlcuts of his
modlclnos, will bring n llttlo book frte
that Is worthy of your nttontlon If
needing a Rood, safo, rellablo remedy of
fcnoiim composition for tho euro of almost
any old chronic, or lingering malady.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets euro con
stipation. Ono llttlo " Pellet " Is a gentle
laxative, and two a mild cathartic
Tho most valuable book for both men
-Bw and women Is Dr. Pierce's
B Common Scnso Medical Ad
I BBJIBl vlscr. A splendid lOOS-pnge
I ICSC volume, with engravings
Iwa. IKZ7 and colored plates. A copy.
It.1 "T." paper-coverod, will be sent
to anyone sending 81 cents
I , I i In one-cont stamps, to pay
K I .a7 tho cost ot mailing onlt, to
J WJ Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N.
b Y. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps.
8olve Domeatlc Problem.
Worcester, England, has refused to
give the government a slto for a cav
alry barracks, though one of the city
councllmen used a strong argument.
He urged that the presence, of 1,600
soldiers In town would end the pre
vailing scarcity thcro of female
A OUARANTKRD CURB FOK PILKS.
Itcblsc, lllluJ. nieedlng I'rotrudlDK rilei. Iira
Slati are autborlied to refund money If l'AZO
INTMKNT falla to cure In to 14 dare. Mo.
Chinese Consume Pork.
Tho natives in China cat very llttlo
butchers' meat, except pork. Poultry
(s abundant; nlso game.
tIBE THE FAMOUS
Red Cros nail llluc. Largo 2 or. packspo 5
cents. Tho lluss Company, South llenJ, Ind.
Chance for American Editor.
The Hanover Artisans' Gazette
wanta an editor. Ho must bo a man
who Is "competent to removo all diffi
culties nnd misunderstandings be
tween every branch of Industry and
ovcry description of craft, and to re
establish nil unfavorable trado condi
tions on a sound and satisfactory
6 Tons Grass Hay Free,
Everybody loves lots and lots of fottdaf,
for hogs, cows, sheep and swine.
The enormous crops of our Northern
Grown Pedigree Seeds on our seed farms
the past year compel us to issue a spa
cial catalogue called
BiLzxn's UAROalX seed book.
This is brim full of bargain seeds' at bar
SBNT THIS NOTICE TO-DAT.
and receive free sufficient seed to grow S
tons of grass on your lot or farm this
summer and our great Bargain Seed Book
with ita wonderful surprises and great
bargains in seeds at bargain prices.
Remit 4c and we add a package of Cos
mos, the most fashionable, serviceable,
beautiful annual flower.
John A. Salzer Seed Co., Lock Craw
r W.. La Crosse, Wis.
You Are No Exception.
Rest Is absolutely necessary to
everyone. There 'must bo marlods ot
relaxation moments when tho mind
and soul and body gather force for
continued activity. Tho thing one
should guard against Is taking rest at
the wrong momont. Horeln lies most
ot tho success ot lite resting at tha
Great accomplishments have been
given up because ono wanted to take
rest at tho wrong minute. After a
largo duty Is dono largo relaxation
Important to Mothers.
Sxtmtno carefully erery bottle of CA8TOIUA,
aaafeand euro remedy for Infante sod children,
and teo that It
Bear the 5 . SITt-fZl-Blgoetoreof
la Uso For Over 30 Yean,
Tho Kind Yoa Rave Alwaje Bought,
London Boy'a Pathetic Suicide.
Sent to bed in punishment for a llttlo
naughtiness, which, It transpired later,
he did not commit, Harry Ambler, a
14-yoar-old London boy, hanged himself.
To Qet the Beat Out of Life:
Order tho llfo habits to conform to
tho laws ot hygiene, tako proper rest,
food, drink and oxorclso, have plenty
of light, fresh air and sunsblno, and
take a cup of Garfield Tea dally. This
mild laxatlvo insuros Oood Health.
Druggists sell Garflold Tea.
Chrysanthemums Old Favorites.
Chrysanthemums, It Is said, wore
cultivated In China before tho elev
i Mr. Vf!nalms Itoothlnc Srrnp.
Tor children Uathlnr, aofteu the (una, nlaee ka
Saauaatloo, a!U;a pala, cane w1s4 oollo. Ma bowl.
Cane Buildings In Peru.
la Lima, Porn, there are still many
buildings whloh on account of earth-
, quakes, are constructed of canes set
. upright and liberally plastered with
clay, then painted over.
TO GIVE A ROOM EXPRESSION f
Simple Arrangements of Draperies
Has C.'sd Effect.
We all lompinbcr how wo formerly
drew "pictures" of very nngulnr men
abd women. A circular lino repre
sented tho head, Two dots made two
oyes. Tho mouth wns a line. But this
wns when wo wero very young.
For very soon wo gave nn upward
curve to tho mouth to represent Joy.
But a downward curve represented
grlof. Our crudo art had struck tho
keynote to oxpresslon tho snmo key
notes that gives n room expression,
nnd without which tho room bo It
decorated ovor so well lacks "soul."
Ono clement which can best glvo
character to a room lies In treatment
of tho top trims of doors nnd windows,
becnuso these nro salient and frequont
detnlls looming largely on tho wnlls.
Usually theso trims aro plnln.
straight, horizontal, nn'l tho horizontal
lino Is neutral, with an Inclination
towArd severity. In tho nvcrogo homo
theso ungainly horizontal top trims aro
hidden so far nB tho windows nro con
cerned, by a gathered valanco of drap
ing not pbsslblo In tho door.
Expression In a room Is not neces
sarily confined to the Bhapo of tho
top trims ot doors and windows.
Height litiB always been associated
with statollness, nnd Informality has
been associated with tho rovurso or
inoroly moderate heights. Thcreforo
a loss costly way to slmulnto height
nnd Its revcrso may bo achieved by
tho uso ot movablo plaquo shelves,
made at small expense, and such as
wo Illustrate In this article
Tho double shelf ndds to tho height
of tho door and gives dignity. Tho
moro complicated single shelf shows
effort to successfully glvo tho apart
ment n rnzv nnd Infnrmnl nlr
Tho completely arranged shelf con
tains In It the drooping curve element
characteristic of tho informal curved
pediment shown in our first drawing.
Tho extreme right and left ot tho
shelf present massed vases and shelf
uprights. Tho center of the Bhelf has
Us vacancy accentuated by tho orno
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Use of the Valance with drooping'
curve pattern In living room
mentation beneath. The variation ot
holght In these threo details gives the
curved "element of Joy."
Theso elements aro influenced "by
juxtaposition and environment. They
aro only details In giving a room ex
pression. With them Bhould be har
monious arrangement of walls, pic
tures, draperies and furniture. The
color schemo ot the room has Its In
fluence. Interior Decoration, New
KNEW ALL ABOUT D. TOMPKIN8.
Many-8lded Man Had No Secrets Hid
den from Farmer.
"You say you live at Stony Brook?"
asked tho man who looked liko a law
yer of tho farmer who occupied a seat
'with him In tho smoking car.
"Yes, sir." ,
"Then you probably know Daniel
"As well ns I ksJow my own son."
"Just what sort of a man Is ho, ac
cording to your Ideas?"
"That's according to what you want
"How do yon mean?"
"Wall, If I was goln' down to nsK
Dan if ho wouldn't run for the loglsln
turo If a gas company would pay all
tho expenses nnd glvo him $500 to
boot I'd expect to find him full ot
Christian resignation and willing to do
anything for his country, but If I was
goln' down to trado bosses with him
I'd expect to meet a teller who'd beat
mo out ot my cyo teeth nnd let mo and
tho country nnd everything elso go to
"I see. I'm just going down to sco
Full of Christian Resignation
It I can't colloct a judgment against
"Ob, that's it? Thon you won't find
him any sort of a man at all. Ho'll
set tho dog on you and mako for tho
Discovered Freak Clam.
Whllo engaged in shucking clams re
cently Enoch Townsend of Saco, Me.,
found a specimen which had nine dis
tinct and perfect hoads. Flshormea
pronounced tho flud a most unusual
Roman 8ystem of Figuring..
Counting on the fingers was a reg
ular system for the young Romans.
They would make elghtcon move
ments with tho left hnnd for tho num
bers below 100, and eighteen with
tho right hand for those abovo. Two
kinds of counting machines, called
an abacus, were also used. One was
a board strewn with sand, on which
geometrical figures were drawn. The
other was a frame, with balls moved
In grooves to represent figures, with
a special contrivance for doing frac
tions. As teachers wero not very pa
tient In those days, arithmetic might
bo said to havo been learned less by
rule than by ferrule.
AWFUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS.
Terrible 8caly Humor In Patches All
Over the Body Skin Cracked and
Bleeding Cured by Cutlcura.
"I was afflicted with psoriasis for
thlrty-fivo years. It was In patches
all over my body. 1 used three cakes
of Cutlcura So.ip, six boxes ot Oint
ment and two bottles of Resolvent
In thirty clays 1 was completely cured,
and I think permanently, ns It wns
about flvu years ago. Tho psoriasis
first made its nppearnnco tn red spots,
genorally forming a circle, leaving In
the center n spot about the slzo ot a
silver dollar ot Bound flesh. In a short
tlmo the affected circle would form
a heavy dry scale of a whlto sllvory
appearanco nnd would gradually drop
off. To removo tho entlie scales fay
bathing or using oil to soften them
the flesh would be perfectly raw, and
a light discharge ot bloody substance
would ooze out. That scaly crust
would form again In twenty-four
hours. It was worse on my arms and
limbs, although It was In spots all
over my body, also on my scalp. If
I let the scales remain too long with
out removing by bath or otherwlso;
the skin would crack and bleod. I
suffered Intense Itching, worse at
nights after getting warm In bed, or
blood warm by exorcise, whon It
would be almost unbearable. W. M.
Chldestor, Hutchinson, Kan , April 20,
Chinese Court Fashions.
A Pekln newspaper published tho
following as to court fashions at tho
Chinese Imperial pnlaco: "Ermlna
robos wcro first worn this season In
tho palaco on tho 2 2d Inst. Squirrel
skins aro tho noxt on tho list, to be
followed by fox, nnd lastly sablo at
tho new year."
TO CUKK A COM) IN ONE DAT
Take LAXAT1 VK IIItOMO Oulntoe Tallinn. DrnS
Site rernnd money It tl falli to cure. B. W.
IIOVK'B signature le on each box. 23a.
Seven Years Dog's Average Life.
Tho average life of a dog Is about
saven yoars, although Bomo llvo to he
much older than that.
A larce 2-ox. packet o Red Cross Hall niue, only
I oent. The Hues Company, South Ueod, Ind.
Dog Aids Burglars.
Burglars who have a dog to koep
watoh for them and gtvo tbe alarm
when danger approaches aro operating
tn Alameda, Cat., with success. The
police havo a description of the dog.
A round trip rnto of 60 to California
will be In effect all .winter via the new
and popular Salt Lako Routo. See
assrest agent or write for information
teJ.L Moore. D. P. A.. Salt Lake City.
The chair used by Napoleon at St
Helena was sold In London recently
MI8TOOK INTENT OP SON-lflLAW jVAVJ
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Judge Aldrlch was a confirmed dys- BBJ
peptic, and noted for his asperity' on BBjB
the bench. He had a daugbtor mar- BjBBJ
rled to a prominent lawyer In Bos- BjBBJ
ton. On ono occasion, when tha BBBJ
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law was counsol for tho plaintiff. ! BBfl
wrote to the lawyer for tho defendant, BBI
supposing that he know of tho retv BBJ
tlonshlp, and suggested a postpone- BBBJ
mont on account of Judge Aldrlch bo- BflBJ
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tho least to get In reply tho follow-
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JUST WHAT FORM OF LIQUID? H
Would Seem Something Stronger BBfl
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Coming through tho railroad tunnel HBJ
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lady strongly opposed to tho smoke HBJ
evil, began nn eloquent denunciation flflfl
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sitting near. "Do you know," sho said, HBJ
"thcro Is a man llvlnc on tho street flH
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clnres that tho smoke Is not an annoy- HBfl
anco to him nt all In fact, that It Is BBB
lather conducive to health? Now, BBB
what do you think of that?" flflfl
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tho prominent citizen, with a twinkle HBfl
in his eye, "you know that cinders Hfl
and a llttlo liquid make a very good HBfl
lye." Baltimore American. flflB
Wot Consoling. flflj
A young man had enlisted In an flH
English regiment for India for tour- IIH
toen years. Seven years after ha had flH
been in India his old mother in Eng- flflj
land wrote to him saying that If ha flH
did cot send home some money at BH
onco sho and tho old 'man would havs flflj
to go to the workhouse. The son wrote flflj
back saying that It she could hang on HH
tor soven years ho would coma horn flH
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Judgo's Magazine ot Fun. flflj
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Breaking Rldef JflJ
The story, briefly told, Is this: Wal- fl
tcr Scott, tho Death Valley gold miner, Bfll
mado tho trip from Los Angoles to BflJ
Chicago last summer on a special flBB
train over the "Santa Fo" In less than BBfl
45 hours. That whirlwind train coat BflJ
him more than 6,000. It was tha HHJ
fastest long distance run over moua-
tains and plains over made on any
American railway. It demonstrated
beyond dispute that the Santa Fa
track, equipment and employees are of
tho dependable kind. Probably you
wouldn't care to ride so fast You pre-
for the luxury ot our three trains from Bfll
Utah and Colorado to Everywhere BflJ
East and Southwest BflJ
Ask mo for ticket rates and lltera- BVJ
C. F. WARREN.
O. A., A. T. & S. F. Ry.. BJ
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Big Oyster 8hells. M
The ubual sizo ot the shell of an HHJ
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away back In tertiary times there BflJ
were oysters In California that had HBJ
shells thirteen Inches long and seven, HBJ
or eight Inches wide. The animal andi HBJ
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twenty pounds, slnco the shells were BBJ
five' inches thick. These oysters have flflj
long been extinct, but their fossil Bl
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