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five years the cost is twenty-five
cents a month. You can't smoke
much on that. Be fair with your
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The lovesick young man dropped
on his knees and raised his hand.
"Elsie, will you be mine? Will you
be mine?" he said
The jroHBf lady Razed at her suitor
In bewilderment. But the young man
Beemed in earnest.
"First call, Will you be my wife?
Second call, Will you be my wife?
Third and last call, Will you be my
His hand was ready td fall; but at
that Instant the young lady reuieni-
' i bered that her suitor was an auc-
';. , tloneer by profession, so she answered-
-' "Yes.' 1 1 i
;,' The Danger of Hair Dye.
"Do you really Lnink it's dangerous
to dye the hair?'"'
i "Oh, very! I knew a fellow about
your age who did it. and the- flntt
-. thing he knew he was mar f fed to-' a
widow with six children.
B: Something Really Important.
''Hasband, what shall we call the
baby?" . . .
"Oh, I dunno," said the professor.
"Don't, bother me now, I'm trying to
think itp a name for a new microbe."
bb Kansas City Journal.
f Not to Be Intimidated.
"Papa, you simply must give your
consent. Arthur says hjs blood will
be on your hands if you don't."
"His blood on my hands0 Why,
that whltellvered puppy ain't got
enough red blood in him to make a
etain on a postage stamp ."
Behind the Scenes.
Aotress "The kind of a hat 1 want
Is one that will su.v my complexion."
Proprietor of Millinery Store "I'm
sorry, but we haven't a handpainted
hat in the store."
PASSING OF SENATOR PUTT
Sudden Death of Noted Republican
Leader Who Had Been Prominent In
State and National Politics.
New York Thomas Collier Piatt,
formerly I'nlted spates senator from
New York and for many years a na
tional figure In Republican politics,
died at 3:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon
In the apartment of Mr. and Mrs.
Gustave Abele, from whom he had
rented three rooms for the last four
years. Mrs. Abele had been his
Dr. Paul Attterbridge. his physician,
said that the cause of death was
chronic and acute Brlght'l disease.
The end was startllngly sudden. An
hour before the senator died, his two
sons, Frank and Kdward, with their
families, and his widowed son, Harry,
with the latter's daughter, Chariot w-,
and son. Sherman, had left the house
after their usual otmday visit.
Thomas Collier Piatt, the "easy
boss' of earlier and brighter days,
was for many years not only the Re
publican leader of his state, but a fig
ure In national politics, shoulder to
shoulder with men of such rank and
reputation as the late Matthew Stan
ley Quay of Pennsylvania.
Both were men of exceptional Intel
lectual attainments, and both turned
them, with signal success, to party
organization. Quay died still a power;
HON. THOMAS C. PLATT.
Piatt outlived his time and felt him
self In late years out of touch with
the moving spirit of events.
In "Twenty Years In Congress,"
James G. Blaine described Piatt as a
business man of great personal popu
larity. He has an aptitude for pub
lic affair- and Is a man of strong
influence In his state. He is no de
bater, but has strong common sense
and quick judgment of men."
Twice In his life Piatt was the cen
ter of the- national stage; once when
he resigned with Roscoe Conkltng
from the I'nlted States senate and
was Instantly nicknamed "Me, Too,"
Piatt, and once when he Induced Xheo
dore Roosevelt to run for vlee-presi-dent
with McKlnley, very much
against Roosevelt's better Judgment
Piatt was born in Owego, Tioga
county, N. Y., on July .15, 183:1, of
Puritan ancestry. He entered Yale,
college with the class of 1849, bpt
left In the middle of his,' junior year
because ofMll health. ..'' ji
Uy his first marriage jo Ellen Har'
mow of Owego he had -three sous-
Frank H., Kdward T. and Harry E.
Piatt. .He had been In feeble 'health
for some years before bis 'death-.-'.-He
made a -second marrlageWlilch ended
in the . courts,. nd he vfaa sued by
Mao Wood, formerly aple-rk in gov
ernment employ, "for a A.lvocce on tA
strength of a third marriage neyvr
proved to have taken place'.
Soldiert to Protect Mint.
Wilmington, Del. That, the ,yntted
States? government doeaVjipt Intend to
take any chances-, of haying its prop
erty Interfered with by Unruly mobs
was made evident Sunttay, when or
ders were received at Fort Duismt to
have the forty-fifth company coast ar
tillery ready to leave for Philadel
phia at a moment's notice. This com
pany of regulars, It Is said, will be
used to protect the Philadelphia mint
and other government buildings.
Strikers Clubbed by Police.
Philadelphia. The conclusion of the
quietest day Philadelphia has seen
since the street car strike began,
more than two weeks ago, was brok
en Sunday night by a series of dis
turbances in which three persons
were shot, one, a girl, fatally; many
unruly persons were severely clubbed
by the police, and more than a score
of arrests were made.
Teddy Say, what makes yer have
i gun wld such a long barrel?
Jeddy 'Cause yer kin get closer to
Do farmers eat the proper sort of food?
The farmer of today buys a much
larger proportion of the food that goes
on the table than he did ten years ago.
It's a good thing that this Is so because
he has a great variety to select from.
He should, however, use great care
In selecting for the best results in
health and strength.
The widespread tendency in the city
to Increase the amount of Quaker Oats
eaten Is due very largely to the recent
demonstrations by scientific men that
the Quaker Oats fed man is the man
with greatest physical endurance and
greatest mental vigor.
Farmers should give this subject
careful thought and should Increase
the quantity of Quaker Oats eaten by
themselves, their children and the
farm hands. 57
When Tempus Didn't Fugit.
Little Helen, during the three years
of her life, had never been separated
from her elder sister night or day for
more than a few minutes at a time,
but at last the time came when the
sister went away for a whole day.
The child tried every game and occu
pation that she knew of, and a new
one or two suggested by her mother,
I but they all palled.
Finally she gave up and stood and
looked 21'dly out of the window. Then
she sighed dC"Ply and said:
"Its still the salfle old day, Isn't It,
mother?" Woman's Holii? Companion.
Why She Needed More Nights 0-
Having recently engaged an 18-year-old
colored girl to do housework, a
New York woman was adjusting the
various questions of privileges.
"You will have Monday and Thurs
day nights off, Eliza," the mlstresB of
the house said.
'On'y Monday 'n' Thursday nights!"
the other exclaimed, rolling her eyes.
"My Lawd, Mis' Blank, dat won't do
nohow; dat ain't enough. You Bee,
ma'am, Is a debbytante."
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure.remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
Bears the f& s& im
Signature of Cu2yy6C6JUM
In TTse For Over :JO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Iottie Is your young minister so
very, very fascinating?
Hattle Fascinating? Why, lots of
girls In our church have married men
they hated Just to get one kiss from
the rector after the ceremony. Puck.
"Pink Eye" la Kpldemle.
Attacks the I-Im-m In the SpiiiiKtlme. Is
Contagious and Calls for Immediate Ac
tion. Murine Dye Remedy Affords lteii
able Relief. It Soothes. Apply Murine
Freely und Frequently. Doesn't Smart.
Bear your own burdens first, after
that help to carry those of other peo
ple. George Washington.
PILES CDRBD IN fl TO 14 DATS.
PAZO OINTMKNTlHK-nuruntceu to rum any raae
of llcblliK. lllilKl, Illredina or I'r.ilruUiug I'IIm in
etu Uanur muuuy rufuuded. OUa.
.-Scandal is the tattle of fools who
judge Vrther people by-themsclves.
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-wlth.-yuiib I. un, i i: -,i.ii. on- ptijiiii.ir tumlly rem
edy, rreures wlien- it her rewaaiea (all. U deal
era. 25o, 60o. 11.00 bottle.
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It lan-'t, every prodigal son who gets
a .vhjit;k .at the' ofiese veal.
' ' ; ' '
Mr. Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup.
KorchlUlrcn tt-i-ihlnu. sotteiis tlicuumu, reauoealn-
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A crab -eating monkey In Siam swims'
like a fish. ' - ' ...
CONVINCING PROOF I
OF THE VIRTUE OP H
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound H
What is the use of procrastinating in the face of sucrt H
evidence as the following letters represent? If you are a H
sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason have H
you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- H
pound a trial ? For 30 years we have been publishing such H
testimonial letters as these thousands of them they arc H
genuine and honest, too, every one of them. H
Mrs. S. J. Barber says t Mrs. George May Hafts'
rjajKT I"lthinkI.vdiaE. ." iMLiL j" No one knows H
jjQLtjfflw llnkham's Vege- JEMstfc1. w,,il' 1 ,,llVt' s"' gsBsss!
! jDPw"W; . table Compound 4Hi2hg3PiXii foml from to- M
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'WH&rrij I eine in the world V QbVBb neuralgia pains. M
:-1 ft y Tyv j3 . j; ; for women and W liVsHr ;,II backache. H
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' nrrllfaP'll ' ,':"1 :i tumor fifl prlend 1 bcsrait M
111 uV wiy II which t lie doctor (if I (J jto use Lydia E. 1
I 1 1 1 II llur JBaid would have V f Is I . nMnkhani's Vcgt;- M
to be removed by an operation or I table Compound, and the pain soon M
could not live more than a year, disappeared. 1 continued its ubh H
or two, at most. I wrote Mrs. Pink- and am now in perfect health. H
ham, at Lynn, Mass., for advice, and Lydia K. IMnkham s Vegetable Com- M
took 14 bottles of Lydia E. Pink- pound has been n (iod-send to mo M
ham's Vegetable Compound, and to- as I believe should have been lit 1
day the tumor is gono and I am a my grave if it had not been for Mrs. 1
perfectly well woman. I hope my Pinkham's advico and Lydia JB- M
testimonial will be of beneft to oth- Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound. 1
ers." Mrs. S. J. Barber, Scott, Mrs. QaOBOa May, 80 4th A-... U
JS. Y. Patersou, N.J. H
airs. E. F. Hnyos gnyai Mrs. V. K. Honsh snyst H
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ajBBSB 3aV doctor's treat- Ja TrWWI l'"I"l'1,';i ,uiei '1
ApBVWfjR ment for a fibroid H WUmpC "' severe tv M
m CHl tumor. Isuffered Mf Mas male trouble liv H
W, -" f with pain, sore. F Effif Lydia K. Pink- M
W " 7 ness, bloating, - 3E) & ?IW ham's 'ei;et.ii'l H
V I. :"-:. and could not (. rfm. Compound, and H
-r- walk or stand on X. WB want to reeoru- 19
w,, my feet any J mend it to all suf- sH
v length of time. 1 . Npftvfl l'tiring women." H
"j yV wrote to Mis. rfJwRft'caw -' Mrs. XV. K . H
LTTs rinkhara for ad- IfflBRiwto llsii, 7 KasU H
- '&, y vice, followed her foinJBRvu'lw Ave., Cin H
itl2clJdirection8 and I g ITY ifflcinnatl, Ohio. H
took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Because your case is a ditllcult H
Compound. To-day I am a well one, doctors having done you no H
woman, the tumor was expelled and good, do not continue to suffer with- 1
my whole system strengthened. I out giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- 1
advise all women who are afflicted etable Compound a trial. It surely- 1
with tumors or femalo troubles to has cured many casftiiLfejj'kUfJ55-,," M
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 8ueh.asanfiiniTJ-iation"ulcerati)n,dls!l
Compound." MrsK F, Hayes placements, fibroid tumors, irregi. M
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female ills. No sick woman does justu- to (( w 4B v I
herself who will not try this famous medicine. ij Wtl fsR gsga
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Rnasoasa Mrs. Plnkham Invites all sick women fA Jx-SS ln H
gerw to write her for advice. She has m Ws&itf bsbbbI
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DEFIANCE STARCH ''
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ffltg- The Tenderfoot Farmer
WUfii' "'av'saslrT ' Wa" one ' ,e,e Periunerttal farmers, who ptit firecp
ssV apeotaclea. oa hia cow and fed her shavintfe. His theory
Hbf was that it didn't matter what .Hie cow ate to long a she
B B waa fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had
fSmTt not entered, into his qalculations.
SsbW It'e only "tenderfoot'.' farmer that would try ttrch
er an experiment with a cow. But many farmer feeds him
self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost ss well eat shav
ings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach
grows "Weak" the sction of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired
and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness.
- To strengthen the mtomach, restore th activity of the or
BMitm ot mention and nutrition and brace up the nerves,
ose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It la an an
tailing remedy, mnd baa the confidence ot phyelclana ma
well aa the pralaa ot thousands healed by Ita use.
In the strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance medi
cine. It oontaina neither intoxicants nor narcotics, end is as free from alcohol
as from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. AH ingredients printed on
its outside wrapper.
Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for
stomach, liver and blood "jutt as good" aa "Golden Medical Discovery. "
SOUR STOMACH I
VI used Cascaruts and, ftl hke a nm flU
man: I have been asufferer from d- MB
pepaia and sour stomach fpr the last two sbsbb!
years. I have been taking medicine aerf lH
other drugs, but could finn no relief oeJv HH
for a short time. I will recoinmexati Lm
Cascarets to my friend as the only Uiia& ggsH
for indigestion and sour stomach nod tc Hasl
keep die bowels in good couditkna tssss!
They are very nice to eat." Hfl
Harry Stuck ley, Mauch Chunk, Pw BH
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taate OasaJ, HH
Dodood. Never Sicken, Weaken or C ripe ggTga
10c. 25c, 50c. Never sold la bulk. The y te gggcll
nine tablet stamped C V C. finaraniami tc fgHH
cure or your money back. sKk gsBsal
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1 Keaders &&?
l anytiung advar- HH
S tieej in ita columns should inutt upon , IHJ
H having what they ask lot, refusing a). 1 HJ
j substitutes ot imitation. H
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