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Igatheno h re King Georg(
oeke y" :r .V to irhlin in order
insp, ,iluailion of Ziether
, rb c, rr,:,i:d'd, by the royal
" "gr'cn "t-n'.'t of C'umnber
t-ist a m , i.:tl rmarket town In
- mark '- :l!h lnb-. , about forty
t from :L. .,,ital arid only a few
. Schonha :f.'+ . 1 h' ancestral seat
Oldbirthpla' 1 riarmk It was at
ibenow h,' i'r ) to vfn Bismarck,
Sbearded ', .'g lunker. presented
sif for ,i'. '.i, , to Prussian's first
~scb to a ;darliamrnnt. The elec
Is showed their prescience by ston
etbs man he a was destined to cre
0t0e new ;crman empire.
What He Meant.
low are all the rough necks and
-' asked the legislative scribe
/M shook han'ls with the police re
on his r,:tru from the general
js what I was going to ask
.L l meant the ones that get
,.. " returned the weary jour
'b there anything you can suggest
as remedy for hay fever?" asked
Ian who was sneezing.
yes Go to some place where there
p$ety of mosquitoes and you'll
al about It"
Out Too Often.
.nQerge, love'" began the dear girl,
wy we're married you won't be out
16 will you"
1 hope not," replied George, who
ps poker "Pray for me."
A DOCTOR'S STATEMENT
Si. lls. M D. Weidners, Ark . writes:
been practicing in Arkansas o years
ygesetly prescribem lendenhall's Chill
Alemr Tonmc. where quinine is contra-in
fald for children and adults with weak
__s, It socks where others faiL"
--e no pay -Adv.
Where Do You Suppose it's Been?
IMn-I see the site of the build
#le which Daniel Webster was born
bes found in Franklin, N. H.
urit-Those New Hampshire
th are awful careless about mislay.
aa, aren't they?
t cre your Rheumatism and a;
of aches and pains-Neuralgia,
Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts,
I lores, Burns, etc. Antiseptic
,- is Price 25c.-Adv.
Where He Excelled.
bi--Dld his son get a diploma
me--No. but he brought home
gik good letter of recommenda
from the rowing coach'
int-LSV NsWVOrs D ,Pr3ZSION
AND LOW Sirnrts.
TITiILU® elhill TONIC, rusns thbe
ais. dilves out malaria and builds up the
A 5w AppetLer ad aid to dilQsto-.
' Dobbs a man of superior attain
ll. Merely of superior airs."
The Antisptic powder shaken into
the sboes-The !sr- er
e1 ter the Seet for a Quarter
century 306000 testamonials. Sold
i everywhere. 2Sc. Sample PRR.
redt.s, Allen S. Olmsted. I Roy. N Y.
whepistthiL Es In EET.
FLY KILLER ",.'".. .',k il
tts .est. elms. or
eb p. Lasts all
UeoeS.. Made ot
m.al,a e.'tspl lor Iup
over, wil not soil or
All dealers .rSml
esprees paid for 1.05.
SIaI-s, 1 DlEralb Av.. Sreksly. n. T.
:-IfOPS TtUATI- . Oive quick s
lief, usuilly rsmiov swol
ag and shoart breath In a, lfew days and
mtire relief In 1-46 days, trlsl treatment
Lu, LITTLE ROCK, NO. 31-1913.
* Write Arkanses Brick &I
MfI.Compsny for prices.
W. W. Dicklneon, Pros.
Littile Rock. Arkansas
Don't Poison Baby.
YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child mist bve
PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce
ileep, and a FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the BLEEP
WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who
bt e killed or whose health has been.ruined for life by paregorio, lauds
a itm rphine, each of which is a narcotio product of opium. DruIs
I-lbiited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at all, or
_1bdy without labelling them "poison." The definition of "narcotic"
Awediidine which relieves pain and produces sleep, but swhich in poison
due produces stupoyr, coma, convulsions and death." The taste and
_f medicines containing opium are disagised, and sold under the names
.," "Cordials," Soothing Syrups," etc. You should not permit any I
to be given to your children without you or your physician know
it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT
I NARCOTICS, f it bears the signature
Cestorla always bears the sigaature of a , A
MALARIA ` s a TONIC
If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by Parcels Post
on receipt of price. Arthur Peter & Co, Louisville, Ky.
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR YOUR
IMACHINERY REPAIR WORK
NO matter how complicated or of what character.
Everyone or rour employes is an expert-none have been
us less than eight years-some as long as 30 years.
We specialize in manufacturing machines for every
r Guaranteed -Al Prloes as Low as Posslh
E. C. WEHRFRITZ
achinery and Supply Co.
123 COMMERCE ST. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. t
-nuorge ru TO HAVE EXCITEMENT
3rder Without Proper Materials for Garm.
then bling, "Germany" Schaefer Propos
oerl ed to Utilize Household Articles.
'n in "Germany" Schaefer, the Senators'
forty clown-coach, just can't resist gamin
few bling. He once attended a party giv.
en by a friend, and as everything
as atwas convivial, Germany suggested a
arck. that a little gambling be done.
nted "lave you any cards in the house?"
first he asked the lady of the house.
e "No, Mr. Schaefer, we don't have
ston- card playing here." n
cre- "Well, have you got some dice?"
"I tell you," said the lady, a little
d testily, "we don't allow gambling of
and any sort." -
2ribe "Well, have you got any wash-tubs
e In the cellar?" inquired the persistent
"('ertainly we have. There are r
half a dozen tubs down there."
"Well. for the love of mud," bel. I
our lowed Herman, "get me three tubs
and a watermelon, and I'll work theP
three-shell game."-New York Amer
kAd HOW TO TREAT PIMPLES AND
ou11 For pimples and blackheads the fol
lowing is a most effective and eco
nomlcal treatment: Gently smear the "
affected parts with Cuticura Oint- W
girl, ment, on the end of the finger, but m
OUt do not ,rub. Wash off the Cutlcura e
Ointment in five minutes with Cuti- bi
who curs Soap and hot water and continue
bathing for some minutes. This treat
ment is best on rising and retiring.
r At other times use Cuticura Soap
freely for the toilet and bath, to as
sist in preventing inflammation, irri
Chill tation and clogging of the pores, the
'a-n-_ common cause of plmples, blackheads,
weak redness and roughness, yellow, oily,
faiL" mothy' and other unwholesome condi
tions of the skin.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
nd- throughout the world. Sample of each
l free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."-Adv.
hire I Wanted Burden Lifted.
Leonard is only four years old, but cI
he frequently uses expressions amaz
ingly mature. The other day, for in- m
stance, he appealed to a devoted
a1l young aunt to remove from his sphere u0
Igia, of existence the new little baby sis
uts, ter of whom he had become jealous w
ptlc The tiny lad was at some pains to ic
explain that while he didn't want baby
himself, she was so sweet and dear si
that plenty of other people would. fc
oma "But why don't you want to keep
her, Leonard?" asked auntie, divided in
ome between surprise and amusement. of
nda- "Oh, she's such a bother, an' mam
ma has to fuss with her so much, an' ci
she makes me Just suffer," the young- gi
ION ster gravely explained.
pi Saved Somebody's Eyes.
'm. Church-A sick cat in North Adams,
Mass., was found to be suffering c(
from having swallowed a seven-inch si
Gotham-Well, that's one way of m
getting the objectionable hatpins out al
Mrs. Dearborn-Is her husband
9 kind to her?
Into Mrs. Wabash-No: he's cruel.
Mrs. Dearborn-Grumbles when his hl
sold meals are late, does he?
Mrs. Wabash-No, he sings! h
Oranulated re.idsa aro
as The worst cases, no matter of how Ions th
all standing, are cured by the wonderful, old re
l O' liable Dr Porterms Antiseptic Healing OW.
iaa Relieve pain and heals at the same time.
lli2c. tOc. $1 00.
ot ' C'
l "W'hat is the underworld?" us
*se "That part ro the world that the a
.. automobiles run over." ci
wel- Wise Directions. P
and "When you come to a fork in the
Sroad. take it."
"I will, if it is a silver one." s
Water in bluing is adulteration. Glass ani
water mlkes hIquld blue costly. Buy Re'
Croas Ball Bhlue, makes clothes whiter than ar
jsnow. Adv. gc
Horrible examples are the kind a
*. schoolboy encounters in his 'arithme
*** tic. _t_ --
JT iULISHED FLOOR NEEDS CARE
n Methods by Which It May Be Made
to Last Long and Always Appear
at its Best.
The first step in polishing a soft
wood floor is to see that it is perfect
iv ly smooth and clean. It it has been
ng already painted or varnished the
stains should be removed with strong
ammonia and thorough scraping.
when all cracks and dents should be
'losed with putty and a "filler" applied
all oer. This can be purchased at
most oil and varnish shops, and should
SI-ther ber mixed with a little color or
a sufficient quantity of floor stain
.le should be added. The filler should be
ofut on with a flat brus or piece of
o'loth ard orkt-d in ohe direction
hb with the grain of the wood, hli!le on
t ompletiotn of the process the room
Should be closed for 24 hours. At the
reend of that time the boards should be
r rubbed until they shine, with a long
handlcd, heavy weighted broom. over
b slich a piece of carpet has been
be tacked, and this process may be re
Speatled ad libitum. Finally the floor
may be polished with boiled linseed
oil and turpentine, this mixture being
rulbbtd well in with a cloth and then V
0 klft for an hour or two to dry, after
sich it must be again polished with
the weighted brush.
Instead of a final touch of this de
scription, the floor may be finished
with a coat of varnish or shellac or
with some prepared hardwood treat
t ment, both of which should be put on
evenly and thinly with a weighted
J- brush or with an old piece of carpet.
In order to keep the floor at Its
best after the polishing process has
been completed, it should never be
washed with water, but after all the
dust has been removed crude petro
leurn should be rubbed in and left to
Fndives, stewed, make a pleasant
it ch nge as a vegetable.
z Cold sauce or fruit added to Junket rid
e. makes a pleasant change.
d To cook macaroni without sticking Li
*" use a vessel with a sieve bottom. ge
. To clean rusty knitting needles rub pe
with kerosene and polish with pum- do
,y People who suffn from acidity
r should eat acid fruit with farinaceous
Flies don't come around without be- as
,d ing Invited and the invitation consists g
. With a steam cooker an entire meal
can be cooked over one burner of the
In cooking asparagus for salad it
should be dropped into cold water
Flowered cretonnes make the best
covers for beds on the out-of-doors
h sleeping porch.
The most economical way to cook
, mushrooms is to stew them, because
t all the stalks can be used. NI
Left-over strips of wall paper can
be used for the "lining papers" that gs
are put under straw matting.
Fruit Frappe With Nuts.
Almost every woman nowadays has
her own special frappe combination, ep
with which she delights to mystify ce
her guests. Into the bottom of the th
frappe glass put a generous spoonful ab
of preserved strawberries, on top of
g the berries come the ice cream, vanila en
in this case, then a spoonful of ue
whipped cream, and on top of the a
cream a grating of English walnuts. or
All sorts of fruit combinations are
used as foundation for the frappes. yo
Sand the covering for the whipped th
cream is variously cocoa. grated by
macaroons, chopped nuts, a sprinkle an
of cinnamon or candied rose leaves. an
Pretty little frappe glasses in the
American pressed ware. light and me
dainty, can now be purchased as low wa
as 80 cents a dozen. In serving, each ar
glass is set on a pretty china plate yo
with a little dolly Ietween the glass th
and the plate. A spoon, of course, we
goes with it.
S One and one-half cups lima beans, ha
Stwo tablespoons butter. one teaspoon pr
salt, a dash tabasco sauce. Soak the
beans cver night, cook them in salted El
water until soft. drain perfectly dry the
and then squeeze the pulp through a da
potato ricer. Beat in the butter and
seasoning. If not moist enough, add
one beaten egg or as much of it as re
quired, making the paste so soft that de
it can be rolled into croquets. Shape of
like sausage, dip in beaten egg and an
flour, and fry in butter until brown
Useful for Carrying Dishes.
A cheese box with part of a barrel pa
hoop for a handle makes a very con
venient tray for carrying several ad
dishes of food-to or from the cellar, do
from kitchen to dining room, etc., in.
says Farm and Pireslde. One can
use it also for bringing vegetables
from the cellar or In from the garden
A coat of enamel paint makes the
tray easy to keep clean and fresh- of
Bran for Clea.ing. he
Ilran filled into cheesecloth bags is
excelil-nt for cleaning wall paper. It
Is also better than soap for the bath
tub and for the neck, face and hands
nothing is better It is as cleansing
for i,!othes as, for the body. Iolled p
an,! the water used the same as soap Fe
s nd,. it is as satisfactory for dellcate an
fabrics as soap and does not injure thi
To Blerch Faded Blouses and Dresses.d
The c:lored dress or blouse that has
hbo(,e faded with frequent launder.
ings. or from wear in the sun. may be
bleached to a clear white by boiling
tn cream of tartar water. The cor
rect quantity to be used to make the
garment a pure white is a teaspoon
ful of the powder to a quart of water
When washing saucepans always
sew a good-sized pearl button to one
corner cf the dishcloth. Thsla is very
good, as it simplifies washing up tr,
BLUE AND "
Mrs. Hamilton Tells How She
Finally Found Health in hor
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg. '
Warren. Ind.-"I was bothered ter co
ribly with female weakness. I had pains the
and was not regular, bre:
my head ached all bus
the time, I had bear- exp
ing down pains and tror
my back hurt me the a
biggest part of the day
time, I was dizzy labc
and had weak feel- and
ings when I would edu,
stoop over, it hurt ing'
me to walk any dis- one
* l tance and I felt blue
Sad discouraged. nan
"I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's diti
Vegetable Compound and am now in she
good health. If it had not been for rent
that medicine I would have been in my ture
grave a long time ago. "- Mrs. ARTI E. soul
HAMILTON, R.F.D. No. & Warren, Ind. how
Another Case. one
Esmond, R. L--"I write to tell you is r
how much good your medicine has done ishr
me and to let other women know that
there is help for them. I suffered with Al
bearing down pains, headache, was ir- In
regular and felt blue and depressed al Ale]
the time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's tual
Vegetable Compound and commenced to well
gain in a short time and I am a well wo- ther
man today. I am on my feet from early busi
morning until late at night running a uncl
boarding house and do all my own work. a la
I hope that many suffering women will the
try your medicine. It makes happier you
wives and mothers."-Mrs. ANNA HA- have
SEr, Esmond, Rhode Island. revi
Make the Liver o'
Do its Duty the
Nine times in ten when the liver is ally
right the stomach and bowels are right. adm
CARTER'S LITTLE vest
LIVER PILLS Inqu
gently but firmly com* plici
pel a lazy liver to CARTES liev
do its duty. ITTLE ore
stipatlon, I.- IVER clini
disestion, PILLs. case
sad Distrss After ela . WC
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRIG( W
Genuine must bear Signature sel
PAR Rs, In C
HAIR BALSAM I won
a de Wecomse aior othearia i
abio P Rm aCarn e nd of e
NOT YET THE SINLESS WORLD clas
Spanish Perology Expert Illustrates sha,
Point With an Appropriate a o (I
"Watermelon" Story. seco
Senor Fernando Cadalso, Spain's In- take
spector general of prisons, said re side
cently in w'ew York that he thought 1882
the time had not yet come for the
abolition of capitaLpunishment.
"The world is not yet civilized Sr
enough for this advance." he contin- ing
ued. "The world, you know, is still tacti
a good deal in the state of the col- pie
ored people in the watermelon story. HI
'I heard this story from one' of Ing
your clever southern editors. He said to e
that a man was a good deal troubled pear
by thieves In his watermelon patch Ti
and so he called up his old gardener bron
and began: "y
"'Uncle Ell, I'm trying an experit aske
ment with Doc Sawyer in the south "I
watermelon patch. The melons there ansi
are a poison variety, and if any of "C
your colored friends touch them tle
they'll be killed, sure. You'd better er tl
warn them, hadn't you?' -Li
"'Sartenly I had, sah,' said Uncle
Eli, 'I'11 warn 'em, sah. Trust me.'
"'And do you think your warning'll "I
have any effect? Do you think it will said
protect the south patch from theFt?' In ti
"'What I thinks, sah,' said Uncle afra
Eli, scratching his head, 'is dat "3
there'll be a lot o' dade niggers round swel
dat patch, dat's what I thinks, sah.' " and
For "Mr. Fragile." tiny
A man with an express package un- lape
der his armn, stepped up to the box to
office window of a New York theater yard
and. addressing Prank Loomis. asked:
"Andbody here named Pragile?"
"No," replied Loomls MI
"W'ell, that's the name on this wha
Loomls took a look. The box was Le
addressed to the manager of the Lon- leave
don pictures. Over the address was orde
Into Town, Out of Money.
Mrs. Subbubs (entering husband's
ofice)-I ran into town today to'do "S
some shopping, dear, and I- -
Subbubs-I see, and you ran in I wi
here because you ran out of money. like
Well how much? wha
This is a prescription prepared e- "S
pecially for Malaria or Chills and cut
Fever. Five or six doses will break '
any case, and if taken then as a tonic mys'
the fever will not return. 25c--Adv. I wa
"The watchmaker you recommend- "
"d is a regular sycbophant." "
"Well. naturally, he's a time
Good Reaon, look
"Does Larkin boast of his family
"No. It's too shady." look
Ieaf h ukPnAWi er,
U~ U U~·~l
- r U~ bumb-uu~ wiu SUI .Wp
TRUE SPIRIT OF THE HOME
Serenity and Wisdom of Wife and
Mother Dew and Sunshine to
Wherever the great and beautiful
work of art, a home, had come into
t)eing, the wife and mother has had
her paramount existence In that home
though her interests and activities
have not necessarily been limited to
its sphere, declares Ellen Key in the
Atlantic. *But husband and children
have been able to count on her in the
home as they could count on the fire
- o the hearth, the cool shade under
the tree, the water in the well, the
i bread in the sacrament. Thus upon
I husband and children is bestowed the
experience which a great poet gained
I from his mother. "All became to her!
ia wreath " A wreath where every
day's toil and holiday's joy, hours of
labor and moments of rest, were leaf
and blossom and ribbon. The wise
educator is never one who is "educat
ing" from morning to night. She is
one who, unconsciously to the chil
dren, brings to them the chief suste
nance and creates the supreme con
i d4tions for their growth. Primarily
she is the one who, through the se.
renity and wisdom of her own na
ture, is dew and sunshine to growing
souls. She is one who understands
how to demand in just measure, and
to give at the right moment. She is
one whose desire is law, whose smile
is reward, whose disapproval is pun
ishment, whose caress is benediction.
Alexander Stephens as a Lawyer. C
In his own profession of the law
Alexander H. Stephens' fine intellec- U
t tual sincerity stands out fully, and
well proves that success requires nei
ther dishonesty nor shuffling. "What
business do you follow, Alex?" said his
uncle to him in the early days. "I am
a lawyer." After an ominous silence
the uncle spoke again. "Alex, don't
you have to tell lies?" Alex did not
have to tell lies. Hear what he says,
reviewing his Career in old age: "No
advocate should ever assert as matter
of fact in his client's case what he
knows is not such; any code of morals
justifying him in this woes not deserve
the name." And again, more person
s ally: "My rule from the time I was
admitted to the bar was: First, to in
vestigate a case submitted to me, to
Inquire into the facts and the law ap- ad
plicable to it; then, if I did not be
lieve the party entitled to success be- ma
fore the court, I told him so and de- Ge
clined to appear or prosecute the are
case."-Gamaliel Bradford, Jr., in the
Women Won Honors at Cambridge. But
Women have distinguished them- of
selves this year at Cambridge, Eng- cal
land. In the mediaeval and modern tha
languages tripos first class honors to
were gained by 14, 8 of whom were pal
women and 6 of whom were men. use
In Class I 35 passed, of whom 24 were me
women and 11 were men. In Class III. pra
13 men and 8 women passed. Five of
of the women who gained first thu
class honors were from Girton, 2 PaI
from Newham. In Part II. of class- wa
ics 3 Newnham women gained first intl
class honors. In history, Part I., Pal
a Girton woman, Miss N. G. Smith,
S shared highest honors with men. And
a Girton woman, Miss T. Day, took a
second class in Part II. of the theo- wa
logical tripos. This tripos has been low
taken by only one other woman be
sides Miss Day. That was back in hay
Small Thomas heard his mother tell- J
ing his older brother that it was a tob
I tactful thing to appear tb think peo- fa
pie yothger than they were. 1
His sister's French teacher arriv- ma
Sing shortly after, it fell to Thomas
I to entertain her until his sister ap
Thomas decided to do it up i
"How old are you, Miss Grey?" he era
"I'm dreadfully old, Thomas," she
answered. "I'm twenty-three!"
"Oh!" said Thomas, gulping a lit no
tle with the unusual effort. "I-I nev- ,
er thinked you was more'n --seven" It
Three Cheers for 'Em.
"I like t-is pattern well enough," sut
I said the tustomer who had dropped tra
in to look at some ribbons, "but I'm
afraid the colors will run."
"Run, ma'am!" indignantly an
I swered the salesman. "Red, white
and blue? They never run!" hat
Whereupon the woman with the
tiny American flag pinned to the tha
lapel of her jacket rose patriotically,
to the occusion and bought 45
Taking Orders. ma
Miss Hogabust (of Chlcago)-And
what profession is your son in, Lord a
Lord Hightop--Oh, when AIgy
leaves college I expect he will take
Miss Hogabust (surprise) - You
don't say! Well, poppa has got some
real nice gentlemen traveling for him.
"So you went to the big outing?"
"Yes," replied Mr. Growcher, "and
I want to say that there is nothing
like a picnic to make a man realize
what a nice cool place his office is."
Has Tested Himself.
"Smoking again? I thought you'd
cut it out.""rj,
"Well, you see, when I've convinced
myself that I can cut it out whenever
I want I start smoking again."
"What's a coquette?'
"The girl you can't get." "
Would you try to flatter a married G,
man by telling him that he doesn't W
Though she may be youngas she
looksL, she doesn't always look it. I
to the treat of treats
to always welcomed, by all,
Se pking with life-delightfuly cooling
an supremely whbolesome.
·I for Thirst-Quenching Fountain
A Free Dem( the cr.uGe e- or ('arbon
BooLt A afts SbsU * he. stCd in lottle.
': Delicious - Nutritious
lump and nut-lke in flavor, thoou~hly cooked with
choice Prepared the Libby way, nother can be more
w appetizing and satisfying, nor of greater food value. Put
. up with or without tomato sauce. An excellent dish
d erved eithr hot or cold.
SInsist on Lib's
* Libby, WNeill a Libby
To the amazingly long list of ar
ticles made of paper there may be th
added paper cannon, which have been H,
manufactured at the Krupp works, in ge
Germany. These paper field pieces ea
are for special use of the infantry. ly
Their caliber is a little less than two in
inches, and the pieces are so light st
that a soldier can easily carry one. of
But the resistance is greater than that th
of a field piece of steel of the same as
caliber. It is not to be understood tu
that these paper guns are in any way On
to replace those made of steel. The kr
paper arms are intended merely for m
uses in situations where the move- a
ment of field artillery would be im- ia
praticable. Paper artillery on the field on
of battle seems an extraordinary to
thing, but it is hardly more so than P1
paper wheels for freight cars on rail- re
ways appeared when they were first s
introduced, or, for that matter, than
paper water palls were.
High at Any Price. n
Yeast-This paper aays that the Ia
water in the Nile is reported to be "E
lower than ever at the present time. th
Crimsonbeak--ee! ýhey don't F
have to buy water ovef there, do as
All Off. is
Jack-So the doctor said you had ne
tobacco heart. Have you told your th
Tom-Yes, and she's given me the sh
Body That Dode the Work.
"Who presents people at court, ic
"In this country, my son, it it gen
erally done by the grand jury." th
Did Him Injustice.
Old Lady-I heard you swearing just
now. You have a bad heart.
Tramp-You do me injustice, mum.
It isn't a bad heart: it's a bad tooth. si
Close Shave at That. a
Bix-So you are now living in the
suburbs? Do you have to walk to the H
train mornings? BIl
Dix-No, run.-Boston Transcript.
Oh My, Ysl be
Griggs-I hate to play poker with a
Briggs--It's a hanged sight better be
than playing it with an easy winner.
Bound to Be Heard.
Patience---- What do you suppose
makes that baby cry so awfully loud?
Patrice-Why, both of its parents au
are hard of hearing, you know.
Queer Results. no
"I'm crazy about the net fishing."
"Yet it is quite a seine proceeding."
It was feminine curiosity that led
to the discovery of Moses in the bull
THE BEST HOT WETHER TONICI,
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
The Old Standard, General Tonic. Drives out Malaria.
Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System.
FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN.
It i a combination of QUININE and IRON in a tasteless form that wonderfully
"-rengthens and fortifies the system to withstand the depressing efect of the hot smmer.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC hes no equal for Malaria. Chills and Fevrw.
Weakaem, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Bilioness without purging. Relieves
aervas depression and low spirits Arouses the liver to action and puriies the blood
A true tonic and sre appetier. Garanteed by your Druggst. We no it soc.
Origin of the Mail Mark.
r- The name of hall mark derives from
s the ancient monopoly of Goldsmith's
n Hall in establishing the standard of
n gold and silver articles. In the pres.
a eat time the marks are more common
. ly known as placee marks. These are
o in four items, a mark designating
it statdard or quality, one indicating the
e. office at which the assay was made,
it the mark indicating the year of assay
ie and the private mark of the manufac
d turer. So important are these marks
y on old plate that there has arisen a
te knavish industry of cutting out old
or marks from insignificant old pieces
e- and embedding them bodily in modern
o- fabrications. The more recent work
d on the subject Is Chaser's "Handbook
y to Hall Marks on Gold and Silver
n Plate," which makes it quite easy to
I- read the record ciphered in these
The protest against the pbpular pro
nunciation of "Cinema" is Just too
ie late. Mr. Keble Howard has spelled it
i "Sinnemer," and he is so far right by
the ear of a London listener. And Mr.
't Filson Young has worked by the eye
Lo and found that the correct pronuncia
tion should be indicated as "Kyneema."
which-if we are able to talk Oreek
is right. But unfortunately there is
no royal mint for words, and the new
r thing is generally christened and nu,.
tured and ennobled by the talk of the
e street. Any one may throw a new
word on the counter and say it as he
pleases. The street boy has triumphed
with his "Sinnemer."--Lndon Chros
° ;She-My! Isn't the man who
throws the ball for our side Just won.
derful! He throws it so they hit It
° "Do you believe in love at first
"Depends very muchi on the cre
age of the site."
. Don't buy water for bluing. Liquid bluq
is almost all water. Bqu Crodss Ba
Blue, the blue that's all blue. Adv.
The level headed man is not apt to
be a rounder.
Lack may be merely a case of not
ir being found out.
Mrs.Wtalow's ·esam Syrp for Cadiees
t(ethig, softs the gairs, redaees taamme.
atse.ilary p.als,saes wd eoolle.ke a bestse.
I? Perhaps whisky does improve with
s age-when it gets the chance.
A rich girl has got to be awfully
ugly in order to be homely.
Two is company, but three is a mul
titude when father butts in.
I- An Australian artesian well reches
a deoth of more than &000 feet.