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A. F. CURRAN, Publisher.
A German says eloctrlclty will euro
rat Insomnia. But with fatal results.
Turkey doos not seem to havo dono
much for Europo except oxlst thcro.
It la not dlfflcult to mako tho Jani
tor bollovo in that rumor of a coal
0EM0CRAT8 WILL HAVE CON
TROL OF BOTH HOUCES OF
HIGHEST ELECTORAL VOTE
POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE FOR. PRESIDENT
On tho other hand, it frequently
happens that motorcycle riders ate
"Everybody's going to got n rod
nose," declares a St. LouIb physician.
Happy days I
Radium is advanced as a euro for
gout Oout always was a bloated
A Pittsburg tramp was arrested
'. t . fftMl 1 (tt nnnnlna In tln nntlfnf TTa
y - H.H4 A,VWV fUUUIUO 111 inn yw.ku. AAV
' "was coppored, all right.
A woman has hoen appointed con
troller of Atlantic City. Control fash
ions, bathing suits, or what?
Victors Capture 433 Electors Progres
sive Ticket Is Second In Race
Republicans Havo Two
"Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Cincinnati, 0. Tho election of
Tuesday, November 6th, resulted ln-J
tho victory of a Democratic presiden
tial ticket for tho first time In 20
years. Tho tabulated voto will bo
found In another column of this issue.
For tho first time in 18 years tho
Democratic party has captured tho
oxecutivo and legislative branches of
tho national government, and will bo
In position to tako positive control of
tho situation March 4.
Electric lights havo now bcon used
about thirty years, but somo peoplo
aro still blowing out tho gas.
" A Gorman scientist says that tele
phones mako tho modern man crazy.
Ho must be on a four-party lino.
A Newport woman was fined for
btpallng a dress which she hid In
her hat Det it was a bathing suit.
An Ontario doctor advocates hot
baths as a euro for delirium tremens
Lack of whisky would servo tho samo
Tho lord mayor of London may bo
somo person; but thero Isn't ono In
n thousand on this sldo can tell his
Brussels has had a marrlago on
blcyclos. In tho courso of a century
or two they may advanco to noro-planes.
A prize hen In Missouri has laid 2G0
eggB In eleven months. W'hnt was
tho hen doing on tho other seventy
"Lovo cannot thrivo on les3 than
?20 a week," says n New York clergy
man, thus giving us a lino on tho
cost of living.
New Hampshire 4
New Jersey 14
New Mexico 3
New York 45
North Carolina 'it
North Dakota 5
Ithode Island 6
South Carolina 9
Vlrclnla u 7S.6SI
West Vlrfflnla 8 111.849
Wisconsin 13 218,500
Wyoming , 8 16,200
1.600 .. 743
ISO .. 76
7.600 ,. 1,300
8,500 .. 34.2C0
10,400 .. 6,220
2,695 .. S.CJO
472 .. 802
.0 .. 1,429
M .. 1,134
7,800 .. 2,420
65,000 .. 34,364
21,000 .. 18,250
20,000 .. 10,402
20,000 .. 6,307
5,808 .. 6,409
8,600 .. 3S0
1,820 .. 1,650
2.SD1 .. 8,681
19.S07 .. 4,620
17.735 .. 18,607
19,731 .. 13,711
1.004 .. 733
20,000 .. 5,500
12.007 .. 1,007
6,777 .. 6,382
2.107 .. 107
1.442 .. 1.0S7
17,805 .. 6.307
1,068 .. 604
44,000 .. Z8.6M
684 .. 476
2,870 .. 1,807
43,293 .. 18,007
17,604 .. 2,754
10.S78 .. 3,608
100,000 .. 20,602
1,950 .. 1,105
108 .. 503
8,407 .. 4.C02
2.342 ., C81
1I.5S0 .. 1,856
6,720 .. 325
1.123 .. 972
1.720 .. 1,242
17.425 .. 6,300
20,000 .. 5,620
60,000 .. 13,540
2.300 .. 94
TABLE OFJTATE VOTE
HOW KENTUCKY C0UNTIE8 VOT.
ED FOR PRESIDENT.
.443 6,497,690 T7 4,328.658 8 3,7S3,195
Democratic Candidate Wins Appellato
Judgeship In Seventh District by
Voto For President In Kentucky By
Crittenden ... 1,257
Make Up of Sixty-third Congress.
Woodrow Wilson's vote in tho elec- Jm'.lnna
ml fnl!rfn will l,n Iran.... .. I Iowa 6
Woodrow Wilson, Presldent-Elect.
A German professor says that
cooking is a lost art, but look at tho
lovely fruit salads our girls aro mak
Queen Mary refuses to employ a
typewriter for her private correspond
ence Perhaps sho wants her epistles
When Informed that $350,000 had
been stolen from him a Moscow mer
chant dropped dead. Poverty suffora
from no such shocks.
A torpedo boat destroyer hit a bargo
In tho Delaware river and was badly
damaged. Ono can't bo too careful
of theso frail war craft.
"Paris, IK adopting American
ttancs," says a dispatch. We're sure
ly .olng somo when wo can teach
Paris anything In that line.
A Cornell professor announces that
o now ice ago is about to striko the
earth. Thank goodness, ono commod
ity will go down In prlco then.
Government scientists who aro to
hilBO vegetables by electricity may
bavo noted tho success with which
'many peoplo ralso Cain under the
glow of tho arc lights.
A Gorman scientist haB Invented a
Inachino that you feod vegetables into
and get real milk from. It's a sofa
bet thero is a pump around It somo-
So far as tho reports go, nono of
the prehistoric cavo paintings In
Europo thus far discovered 1b an
Interpretation of moonlight or a still
life portrait of a pan of fried eggs.
German duelists aro in a dilemma.
It Is a disgrace to refuse a challenge,
and thoyll bo sent to prison If thoy
fight The only solution appears for
them to bo killed.
In tho old days tho happy Eskimo
was ablo to go out and for throo fish
hooks buy tho prettiest girl in tho
Igloo for his wife. That was boforo
bo waB discovered. Now, tho girls
pay for tho husbands.
After July 1 of next year Louisiana
shoo dealers will havo to sell pur
goods or bo llablo to punishment.
Polar explorers will now know whero
to procure tho footgear containing
the greatest nourishment
Prof. Flynn advocates hair pulling
&s a flno euro for baldness, but there's
Biany a man minus his hirsuto adorn
ment who won't ngroo with him.
In tho Isle of Man, tho wedding
ring was formerly employed as an In
strument of, torturo. It is in this
country today, In many Instances.
Dictators of fashion sthto that tho
waist lino may bo placed this season
Trherover the, wearer chooses. How.
wnr It nrobilblv will rnntlmm In v.
v same old place.
A Tale professor says tho average
American wastes fifteen years of his
Hfo. But ho'd soon die If he worked
all tho tlmo, and thoro you are.
toral college will bo 433, William How
ard Taft will have S, and Theodore
Roosevelt Is credited with 90. Tho
Wilson voto marks a new record In
national elections, although his non-
ular voto probably will bo less than
that of any president elected slnco
In tho overthrow of tho Republican
party, 18 Democratic governors wero
chosen out of tho 27 voted for.
Majority In Senate.
Enough state legislatures wore
changed from Republican to Demo
crats to overcome tho Republican ma
jority in lie senate, tho figures giving
tho victorious party a clear majority
of two In tho upper house of the na
tional legislature, and Miles Polndex
ter, elected from Washington as a Pro
gressive, announcing that ho will bolt
tho Republican caucus when ho re
turns to Washington.
In addition to the election of sue- virslnla
cessors to Democratic senators now
sitting Democrats will displace Re
publican senators from Oregon, New
Jersey, Kansas, Colorado, Montana,
Delaware and Nevada, and will 1111 tho
vacancy in Colorado with a man of
Dull Moose Is Second.
When it became apparent that Wil
son had swept tho country main Inter
est centered In tho race between Taft
and Roosevelt, tho party winning sec
ond place gaining many advantages,
euch aB representatives on nonparti
san commissions nnd on election
boards. While tho Bull Moobo ticket
undoubtedly has an aggregate voto In
tho country much greater than that ol
tho regular Republicans, It camo in
third on statu tickets In many Im
portant commonwealths, notably Now
York, Ohio and Illinois, and In the
latter state tho election board issue
already has been decided In favor of
tho Republican organization.
Tho strength of tho Socialist voto la
ono of the features of tho election,
especially In tho industrial centers of
tiro Middle West, whero in moro than
ono plcco Debs outran his three pres
idential rivals. Tho one national as
set of tho Socialist party, Representa
tive Victor Borgor, however, went
down to defeat In his efforts to securo
re-election from tho Mllwaukeo dis
trict, nnd several Socialistic city gov
ernments were rebuked by tho voters
by retirement from office.
President Taft captures two states
one In New England and the other
In the far West. Roosevelt took one
Eastern state, two from tho Middle
West and ono from the far West and
ono Pacific coast state. Wilson took
all tho others.
Four States Give Women Votes.
Additional interest was furnished in
several states by tho submission of
woman's suffrage to the voters at tho
regular election. As a result four
states, Michigan Oregon, Kansas and
Arizona wero added to the six wherein
women already had tho ballot. With
ten states giving to women equal po
litical rights with men tho friends of
tho movement claim that the nation
wide success of woman suffrago is not
far distant. Prohibition was submit
ted In West Virginia and Colorado,
winning In tho former and suffering
defeat in tho latter.
New Jersey 2
New York 13
North Dakota 3
Tlhode Inland 1
South Dakota 8
West Virginia 4
Governors Electei' Their Party
Affiliations and Pluralities.
K. K. Animons, Democrat
Simeon E. Baldwin, Democrat... 7,000
Charles It. Miller, nepubllcan..
Park Trammel!, Democrat 30.000
John M. Haines, Republican 7S6
Edward F. Dunne, Democrat..
Ilalston, Democrat... 97 000
Popular Vote for President at
Election of 1908.
Taft. Bryan. Chafln. Debs.
State. Uep Dem. Pro. Soc.
Aiarmma x.ms 74,374
Arkansas 67,791 S5.6S4
California 214.390 127.492
Colorado 123.700 123,644
Connecticut .. U2.S15 68,255
Delaware 23.007 22,072
Florida 10.654 31.104
Georgia 41.C92 72,350
Idaho 62 657 86.195
Illinois 629,932 450,810
Indiana 34S.093 333.2C3
Iowa 276.210 200,771
Kansas 197.216 161,209
Kentucky .... 235.711 244.092
Louisiana 8,958 63.66S
Malno 66.937 35,403
Maryland 116.613 115.908
Massachusetts 2Cu.96t 155,543
Michigan 333,313 174.313
Minnesota .... 195,635 109,401
Mississippi ... 4 505 60.87S
Missouri 346.915 845.889
Montana 32.333 29,326
Nebraska 126,997 131,099
Nevada 10.214 10.653
New Ilamp.... 53,144 33.655
New York .... 870 070 667.468
New Jersey... 23 29S 182,622
North Carolina 114,824 136.928
North Dak.... 57.741 32.935
Ohio 672.312 602.721
Oklahoma .... 110.55S 122,406
Oregon 62,630 88,049
Pennsylvania.. 745,779 448,785
Rhode Island. 43.912 24.706
Bo. Carolina.. 8,963 62,283
So. Dakota.... 67.466 40,266
Tennessee .... 118,519 135.8J9
Texaa 65.602 216.737
Utan CI.OIS 4Z.COI
Vermont 39.552 11,493
Virginia 62.573 82.943
Washington .. 106,063 6S.691
West Virginia. 137.869 111.418
Wisconsin 217,747 168,632 , 11,664
Wyoming zo.sis m.sis
Total 7,677,021 (,406.182 250,431 412,330
11,770 28 659
B.6S7 4 060
6.179 3 524
Georgi J. Clarke, nonulillrnn Tr, 4n,,h.
Gcorgo If. Hodges, Democrat.. In doubt
Eugeno N. Foss. Democrat 4S.GS0
Woodbrldge N. Ferris. Democrat 10,433
A. O. Eberhart, Republican 10.000
Eliot W. Major, Democrat 115,000
Sam V. Stowart. Democrat 12,000
J. H Morrhead, Democrat 15,000
Frnnklln Worcester, Republican
.. Legislature elects
William Sulzcr, Democrat 150.000
Locke Craig, Democrat 50.000
L. B. Jlanna, Republican 2,000
James M. Cox. Democrat
Theodore F. Greene, Democrat..
Colo L. Blcase, Democrat 50 000
Frank M. Byrne, Republican.... 2.000
Ben W. Hooper. Republican.... 6,000
Oscar C. Colquitt, Democrat 193,050
Ernest Lister, Democrat 4.000
H I) Hatfield, Republican 8,000
Francis E. McOovern, Republican 5,000
Electoral Vote for President at
Election of 1908.
New Hampshire 4
New Jersey 13
New York 39
North Dakota 4
Rhode Island 4
South Dakota i
Texas .............................. ..
Utah .............................. 2
West Virginia 7
Wyoming S ..
Total 221 162
WILL NOT DJSCUSS POLITICS.
Faahlonablo eastern society women
ro leaving their dog's card with their
own when making calls. Tho dog,
poor thing, can only Buffer In silence.
Engineers In Egypt havo succeeded
Inv using tho sun's heat to generate
sHeasn, feut wd all cannot go to Af.
rka'just to svo no-aey ob.Ib eel
Prtncoton, N. J. President-elect
Woodrow Wilson intends to follow out
his listening policy for soveral weeks
beforo making any announcements of
Important matters Jot state. The pros-ldont-olect
said ho had decided to go
away on a vacation cf throo or four
weeks, during which timo he would bo
out of roach of political callors, It
Is probablo that ho will mako Known
very Uttlo about tho policy of his fu
turq Administration beforo January 1
fl will-thai listen to.RdvlsQtft
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Poor Spelling as a Lure.
Tho critical eye of a conscientious
orthographer was attracted by tho
sign above a Third avonue luncheon,
and ho wont In to set tho proprietor
right "Yes," Bald tho lunchroom
man, "I know 'saudowlches' Is wrong,
but yon see that sign attracts a lot
of 'smart Alecks' Into tho storo who
want to teach mo how to spell and
after they come they usually stop
long enough to order something.
WVat'll yours be?" New York Trlb-uno.
The menu of a meal given lately by
tho London Vegetarian asioclatlon In
cluded walnut cutlets with brown
sauce, cauliflower and new potatoes,
asparagus on toast, spaghetti on toaBt,
tomato farclo and young carrots.
What He Did.
"What have you over dwe for me?"
complained the young roim whoso fa
ther bad chlded him for his Inability
to get auoaa "Well, I kept your
mother' from tuunteg you Percy or
Men Need Help Not Charity.
Thoro Is a higher duty than to build
almshouses far tho poor, and that Is
to save men from being degraded to
tho blighting Influence of an alms
house. Man has a right to something:
moro than bread to keop him from
starving. Ho haB a right to the aids
and encouragements and culture, by
which ho may fulfill tho destiny of a
man, and until society Is- brought to
recognize and. reverenco this It will
contlnuo to groan under its present
Daviess 4.G40 1,703
Christian 2,882 3,407
Hancock 755 224
Henderson ... 3.0C3 1,121
Hopkins 3,145 1,411
McLean .....'. 1,304 819
Union 2,200 G75
Webster 2.11S 1,043
Allen 1,337 1,112
Butler 859 1,078
Barren 2.S32 1,530
Edmonson .... 850 800
Logan 2.G79 1,739
Motcalfo 880 4S4
Muhlenberg .. 2,072 1,012
Simpson 1,(J52 55(1
Todd 1.47C 1,410
Warren 3,304 1.315
Breckonridge.. 1,907 1,153
Bullitt 1,293 215
Qrayson 1.G7S 1.0C0
Grocn 1,104 71G
Hardin 2,770 G31
Hart 1,073 592
Laruo 1.0G5 391
Marlon 1.S27 733
Moado 1,107 348
Ohio 2.43G 1,147
Nelson 2,259 733
Taylor 1.14G 4GG
Washington .. 1,377 719
Jefferson 24,309 3,531
Boone 1,728 323
Campbell 4,274 2.0S4
CarrcU 1,571 317
Gallatin 90ii 173
Grant 991 550
Kenton G.939 1,184
Pendleton .... 1,310 740
Trimblo 1,177 102
Bourbon 2,318 1,705
Clark 2.S09 1,05,"
Estill 874 808
Fayette 5,256 4,050'
Fiankllii 2.981 779
Henry 2,274 S05
Lee 728 573
Oldham 1,149 201
Owen 2,447 GS7
Powoll 047 103
firott 2,334 949
Woodford 1.G09 772
Adair 1,395 78G
Anderson .... 1,392 550
Boyle 1,794 095
Casey 1,099 8CG
Gurrard 1,248 485
Jessamine ... 1.50G S95
Lincoln 1.SG5 8.51
Mndlson 3,119 1,257
Mercer 1,788 890
Sholby 2,470 1,132
Spencer 1.0G0 271
3raffken 1,310 GS8
Bath 1,512 1,024
Boyd 1,817 1,289
Carter 1,509 1,172
Elliott 857 312
Fleming 1,823 1,390
Greenup 1,119 887
Harrison 2,493 1,189
Lewis 91G 1,004
Lawrence .... 1.60G 1.13S
Mason 2,494 1.5C3
Robertson .... 5G3
Montgomery . . 1,012
Cumberland .. 684
RockcaBtlo . . . 859
Wayne J, 328
McCreary ... 255 554
Seventh Appellate District
Charles Cyrui Turner, of Montgom
ery warf elected to fill vacancy on ap
FROM THE PENCIL'S POINT
People who know' It all usually have
a lot to learn.
Alimony Is tho postgraduate
In tho courso of lovo.
Tho pull that keeps a man out of jail
will not yank him Into heaven.
A mulo may bo all right as a rid
ing animal, but I10 doesn't look It.
It In difficult to convince a self-made
man that ho has cheated himself.
Many a man Is credited with good
Judgment -who Is merely a fool for
Somo men never quarrel with their
wives, because it costB too much to
Ono might arguo that tho naughty
fish that blto on Sunday deservo to
f men and women thought twlco
beforo marrying thero would bo few
And tho moro a woman runs after a
man tho moro he would probably run
alter her If sho didn't.
Every tlmo an egotistical bachelor
Bhows up In society ho Imagines that
nearly all tho pretty young matrons
regret their haste.
Speech enables n woman to conceal
what sho really means.
if you must write lovo letters it is
safer to use postal cards.
Peoplo who travel at a rapid pace
aren't necessarily fast friends.
Somo peoplo seem to llvo a lonu
tlmo just to splto other peoplo.
Any man who will Jump a board
bill Hhould bo made to walk tho plank.
It takes a mighty little push to
start some men on tho downward
An old bacholor Is a man who has
refrained from making bomo woman
Tho young man who steals a kiss
probably doesn't know any better, or
anything any better.
Tho pessimist stays at homo and
waits for it to rain whllo his neigh
bors go to the picnic.
Somo men havo tho happy faculty
of being ablo to recognlzo their duty
in timo to sidestep it.
It Is wnsto of tlmo for a man to
mako a fool of hlmsolf when It Is eo
easy to get n -woman to do It for
him Chicago News.
Painful, Knotted, Swollen
Veins, Milk. Leg, Mam
mies, Old Sores, Ulcers.
It is healing, sootlmfg,
strengthening nnd invig
orating allays pain and
Inflammation promptly. Germi
cide and antiseptic.
Mrs. R. M. Rcmler, R. D. No. 1,
Federal, Kan., had enlarged veins
that finally broke, causing con-,
sidcrablo loss of blood. Used
ABSORBINE, JR. and roported
Nov. 5, 1910, veins entirely healed,
swelling and discoloration gone and
has had no trouble with them sinco
July, 1909. ABSORBINE, JR.,
is invaluable as a general house
hold liniment, for the cuts and
bruises that the children get, croup,
deep-seated colds, stiff-neck, sore
throat. Removes fatty bunches,
goitre, enlarged glands, wens,
cysts, wocping sinews, etc. J5i.oo
and 2.00 per bottle at druggists
or delivered. Book 3 G free.
Really a Small Matter.
"Have you anything against Tim
pers?" "Nothing moro than tho fact that ho
makes '111m' a word of two syllables.
"What Is a voice from tho tombs
"It must be a skeleton's articula
- ,t Wf
imoortnnt to r.iotnarn
Examine caioiully ovory bottlo ot
CASTOKIA, a safe and euro remedy for
Infants nnd childicn, and seo that it
Signature of 1
n Uso For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
House Piano Important.
Tho care in the home and all other
forms of household work aro greatly
facilitated by right planning and tho
uso of suitable materials for tho
construction and furnishing of tho
home. An adequate and convenient
water supply nnd other convenience!
aro essential, not only for comfort
and for saving labor, but also from
the standpoint of home hygiene.
Newspapers and Literature.
All this over emphasis ot the un
meaning surface is due to a confusion
of newspaper and literary standards,
ends. alms. The word literary has come
to suggest an absenco of red-blood;
spinners nnd knitters In the sun; tho
35 cent magazine crowd; this is non
sensical, of courso. In its elemental
meaning literature Is at least as stern
a jab as journnllsm, albeit tho Inten
tion and function of the latter Is mere
ly to present things that happen, or
tho former to volatillzo such material
Into hovering and potent meanings, to
striko the reck and raise a spirit that
FACT AND FANCY.
An oyster's Hfo Is twelvo years.
If a skyscraper fell down, tho pa
pers would wrlto it up.
Money is tho best thing going
it is still better coming.
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Does tho ocean greyhound drink out
of the trough of tho sea?
Morocco Is tho only civilized coun
try without a newspaper.
Whllo proud of a good field of corn,
the farmer hates to havo it crowed
Somo folks never put off till to
morrow tho mean things tbey can do
Many British army ofllcers secret
ly wear bullet-proof shirts of chain
mall under their tunics.
The blue-eyed aro immune to
melancholia, hypochondria and other
complaints of tho mind.
Built Her Own Home.
Miss Frances Lyon of Westwood has
tho distinction of uelng tho onljr
woman in Now England who lives In
a hoiiBo literally built with her own
hands. Miss Lyons belongs to a club
whose members are practicing tho doc
trine of going back to tho farm. Tho
club is limited to 40 members and
owns property to tho amount of $1,000
and about 70 acre3 of farming land not
far from Westwood. Each member
holds a deed to ono acre and tho bal
ance of the land Is held In common to
be rented to any member who wlshea
to try farming on a larger scale.
THE ALFALFA SAGE.
A bald head gathers no moss.
Platonic friendship Is Its own punishment.
When Greek meets Greek it la all
Dutch to the rest ot us.
Hush, little Reactionary, don't you
cry. You 11 get used to it by-and-by.
Man was made to mourn and his
wife's relatives wero mado to Beo
that ho doeB mourn.
I detest the chronic optimist. Whon
I want to hear continuous chuckling
I'll buy n guinea hen. Kansas City
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gttBmBniniiiiftiJ'i in 1 iTiiVijMttaMJ
Harold Whenever I go skating, r
always wear a cap that pulls down
well over my ears.
Ti1llvn-.Vnc. T ohnM I1.U1, 41. l UM
--...,. ., . duuuu muni iuak &M.L&
would bo absolutely necessary whei nSi M
you'ro skating against tho wind. -''-"NEfi
Wanted to Live In History.
Somo man's idea of famo 1b cer
tainly a distorted ono. A murdorer
in South Carolina pleaded for tho
prlvllcgo of being the flrsc man to bo
electrocuted when that now mode of
execution was Introduced into the
Forced Qalty Palis.
Peoplo of tho greatost gnlty of man.
nera ard ottpn tho dullest company
Imaginable. Nothing is so dreary ni
tho conversation or writing of tho pro
Bible Wn Put Into Rhyme.
Versifications, not only of tho
Psalms but of tho other books of tho
Bible, wero numerous In tho sixteenth
century. On? of tho most prolific
versifiers wa Wlllam Hunnls, who,
under such functful titles as "Seven
Sobs of a SoTrowful Soul for Sin,"
"A Handful it Honeysuckles," "A
Hlveful of Honey," etc, published a
number of rhyming versions of Gene
sis and Job, vhlch .aro now worth
their weight Jin gold to tho bibliomaniac.
Tho great Greek phyalcluna had de
voted much nttontlon to Insanity, nnd
some of their precopts anticipated
modern discoveries, but no lunatic any
lum appear to havo existed In an
tiquity. In tho first porlod of tho
monastic life a rofugo is said to haye
been opened for tho lnsano at Jerusa
lem, but this appears to navo been a
solitary Instance, arising from exi
gencies of a slngto class, and it may
be said that no lunatic asylum ex
isted in Christian Europe until about
the tlm of Um ftftMath century.
Faith waits but never keops its work
Trials weaken only thoso who flee
Tho fellow who can take advice sel
dom needs it.
Today is yesterday's pupil and a
poor ono nt that.
Tho doors to heaven aro lit retired
nlaceb of helpfulness.
When canning poaches thoro Is al
ways a surplus of juice. Into tho ice
cream freozor put a quart of this
julco. Whon almost frozen add tho
beaten whlto of an egg; whon frozen
this (a ot a dellcato pink color nnd is
dollclour. To sorvo, on tho apox of
each mound placo half a fresh poach
dusted with powdered sugar.
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