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"I belipve," saH the old gentleman
with the tall brow, "that every man
can do something to make the world
better if he only takes the trouble to
Bnd out how to go about it." "Do you
indeed?" replied the young man, who
bad just been saying that he never
wore a pair of trousers more than
three times, and that his clohes cost
him $12,000 a year. "What do you
suppose I. for instance, could do you
make the world better?" "For you the
thing would be easy. You would only
have to jump from some bridge."
Cyrus was )oastinj that he could
remember the name of every soldier in
his army. "It's quae simple," he ex
plained. "I never borrowed any
money frrom any of them." Hastily
dodging an officious tax collector, he
withdrew to ask his wife for the loan
cl a quarter. Judge.
"I have been courting her for two
j ears," said the disconsolate one,
'and I am certain that she will refuse
me when 1 propose." ."Ah, that is in
teresting, ' said the amateur photo
grapher; "a sort of undeveloped nega
tive. Pittsburg Press.
It was aboard the modern ocean liner
"Twenty dollars for extra service,"
snid the steward, making out his list.
The American touris t sighed. "Now
I know what they mean by high seas, '
be said, handing over an orange note.
The Sphinx persistently refused to
rreak her silence. "Maybe," said the
Egyptians, "she is afraid the cook will
leave if she says a word." Knowing
the difficulties of living in the suburbs,
they forebore to press her further.
"Practice makes perfect, you know,"
Eaid the young woman who was play
ing scales on the piano. "Yes," an
swered her father, who does not love
music; "perfect misery." Washing
Stubb Why does the chauffeur of
that terrible racing machine look so
Jownhearted? Penn Someone told
him that there are stars that travel at
the rate of a thousand miles a min
ate. Chicago Dailv News.
Chronic Shopper How much are
four Baldwin apples? Fruit Vender
Fifteen cents a quarter-peck. Chronic
Shopper Can't you sell me a quarter
peck for twelve cents? Fruit Vend
?r Yes, but not so big a quarter-peck.
The Last One Helps the First.
A sick coffee drinker must take two
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The first is to cut off coffee abso
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"From 1S72 to the year 1900 my wife
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away from it for the nabit is hard to
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In place of the oid coffee and a com
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A FAMILY AFFAIR
How the Powers Family Celebrated the Fourth at
UK American eagle had
not screamed over
Northfield for, at least,
a dozen years, and when
its -citizens had a pa
triotic swelling of the
heart for the national
holiday, they went else
where for their
But when Erastus
-.- .... ,
Powers was elected president of the
village his wife suddenly developed
into a very Spartan of enthusiasm, and
determined to celebrate.
"New, 'Rastus," she began, "3-our
one golden opportunity of adorning
your office and honoring your forefa
thers lies before you. Have a real old
fashioned Fourth o' July celebration;
make a new departure and convince all
Northfield of their ungrateful shiftless-
"If the Teople Coincide, Matilda."
nesn, as citizens .of these United
Her husband struck an attitude wor
thy of his position and replied: "If
the people coincide, Matilda. Now it
I were a mayor instead of a president,
things would move."
"Isn't a president bigger than a
mayor?" she asked.
"No; I rather think not when it
comes to saying what's to be done."
"Well. 'Rastus, why don't they say
Mayor Roosevelt, then?" looking tri
umphant. This was a poser for the
chief executive of Northfield and he
pretended not to hear.
"Pshaw!" continued Mrs. Powers,
noticing her husband's brown study,
"who cares, so you don't forget the
celebration; a real old timer where
they read the Declaration of Inde
pendence all solemn like to remind peo
ple of their obligations. You won't let
the opportunity slip, will you, dear?"
Bhe pleaded, the matter of precedence
In authority forgotten altogether.
"Have the Declaration read, too; tho
rising generation don't know anything
about the foundation of Liberty; nor
with what struggling it came into ex
istence, nor even who signed it, per
haps." "The Declaration of Independence."
observed Mr. Powers, carefully,
"doc-sn't make a Fourth, no more than
a spring chicken makes a whole pic
nic. And, after all, V can't imagine
who would read it, now that the pro
fessor is away."
"The professor!" snorted Mrs. 'Ras
tus; "why can't the minister read it?
He reads the Thanksgiving proclama
tions, and I guess the grand old docu
ment is as readable any day as they
are. not reflecting on the head of the
nation, at all. But " and she cogitat
ed s. moment "our Margie can read !t,
fcr that matter; and Ben and Rem
can sing the Star-Spangled Banner
beautifully! Then there's their
cousins, over at Phelps; they own the
string band. We'll get them, and your
Fourth's assured, 'Rastus."
President Powers felt in his benes
that the matter was really settling, but
the drift of the partial outline struck
him as being a monopoly.
"It might be objectionable," he ver
turned, "to make the programme a
family affair," Matilda."
"Humph!" she returned, warming up,
"why should they object? We've waited
3u,ns! Cry joy to
he" for tke confident j
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a dozen years for the rest to move.
Mercy! I don't believe the people here
know even how many signed that won
derful paper fixing the Fourth for all
"Well, Matilda," he answered, wear
ily, "It seems to me you are dead gone
on the Declaration "
"Don't be blasphemous, 'Rastus," she
interpolated, "you're the president of
"And," went on her husband, deaf
to the interlude, "I'll bet you $20 to
a penny, if you dare, that not one coun
cilman can tell whether it was signed
at all or not."
His wife fairly gasped with surprise
and disdain. "Do you mean to say
that Northfield ha3 retrograded like
that, Erastus Powers? Surely the
P3gan ancestors are not far in the
"I was speaking or the town coun
cil, only," he answered as if pronounc
"Well, you tell them it was signed
by 56 of the biggest Fourth o' July
men on earth at that time; our first
And Mrs. Powers swept up and down
the apartment, a very Goddess of
The town council met lhat evening
and the president was commissioned
by the powers behind the throne to
"sec to it." Very ably did he "sug
gest," and "mention the matter;" and
before he was aware they were all
He could almost hear Ben and
Rena's "O, Say Can You See," etc.. as
ho drummed thoughtfully on his desk
"We must have an orator of th?
d.y," broke in Houseman, the man of
energy, "and I've been thinking that
young Lawyer Foote, of Phelps, would
be the one to wake up Northfield; and
we are able to pay him handsomely fo
The president's face blanched, but
he was diplomat enough to hold his
tongue. The proposed orator was
Margie's best beau, and that pro
gramme was again edging toward a
monopoly. But if 'his was of Provi
dence he was not the one to gainsay
it; so Foote was booked for the ora
tion, "if they could get him."
"Get him!" mentally mused Powers.
"Of course. He'd break his neck to
show off before Margie." liut another
"And as to music," he was saying,
"there's the Phelps string band. They
can come right along with the orator
of the day and Phelps and Northfield
can celebrate together."
Shades of the hydra-headed combine!
The scheme was moving Matilda's way
"That's the checker"." cried Dumfey,
the most influential of the lot. "I will
"Oar Chief Here Can Read the Declaration."
write at once and do the inviting.
We'll give them a good dinner and see
to the rest."
How this thing was growing; what
a. magnitude this "Fourth" nad already
Resumed, and it was only in embryo!
Surely there was more patriotism in
Northfield than Mrs. Powers dreamed
But Nevins, who admired the presi
dent as the sun of their cluster, was
ready with the climax.
eA r i6e.
"Our chief here can read the Declara
tion of Independence, and ve the rest
of us will consider ourselves a com
mittee of the whole on decoration, fire
works and other things."
The "chief" felt a great and most
uncomfortable lump under his collar
and firmly declined.
"Well," jsaid Nevins, determining to
get the honor fixed as near trie central
orb as possible, "Miss Margie has a
fine voice and we'll put her down for
President Powers swallowed the
lump in his throat. This was plainly
predestination, so he cheerfully sub
In due time Nevins waited on Miss
Margie and she sweetly consented to do
the reading. And Mrs. Powers was
asked to "kindly make out the pro
gramme for that week's issue of the
" 'Rastus," she exclaimed as soon as
Nevins' coattails disappeared arounQ
the corner, "this certainly is getting to
be 'a family affair' in spite of j-our
"To make it sure, I'll sandwich Ben
and Rena in for their song and I will
head the table committee."
The president of Northfield put on
his hat and went out in the garden to
think. He was only a figure-head after
all, even if they did spell it with a
capital P. His name was Powers, but
he hadn't any influence; he was shorn
as .clean as Samson!
On this liberty-loving sphere th
bitter is often mingled with the sweet;
naturally, then, it was no strange
thing that the Powers family found
aloes in plenty stuffed into their pa
No criticisms were forthcoming con
cerning the celebration, for that wa.i
a success both in attendance and en
thusiasm; and the dinner and fire
works were simply "elegant," with
weather to match. But when the gos
sips found time to manipulate thi
wires it went out that the president'
family instituted the new departure ou
purpose to air their attainments and
show off Margaret's beau; and not be
cause they were any more patriotic
than other folks.
It was at this juncture that Erastus
Powers changed his mind on the ques
tion of predestination, and jleclared to
his wife that it was nothing but a
sleek scheme of the devil, to reflect on
him officially. And he swore within
himself, and by him?elf, that "no mor?
golden opportunities should make
fool of him!"
All It Had Taught Him.
Family Physician Well, Johnny, I
hope you will never celebrate another
glorious Fourth as you did this one.
Johnny (who had lost several of hia
fingers) You bet I won't! Next time
I'll throw de cannon cracker as soon aa
it begins to sizzle. Chicago Tribune.
HAD A STILL LIVELIER TIME.
Deacon Goode Why, Johnny, you
must have had a great time on the
Johnny Jimcrack Bet I did; but
Tommy Plunks he's in de hospital.
THE GLORIOUS DAY.
Willie is out in the jillcy making all the com
motion he can;
He has blisters on three of hi.? fingers, but
he doesn't rmncf, brave little man.
His little red bank has been looted, and
blithely he fires away.
Intending to keep up the racket till the
close of the glorious day.
He throws lighted things at the horses
that, dancing and prancing, go by.
And a cracker goes off in his pocket and h?
jumps about seven feet high.
Father has gone away golfing; he requires
thi calm and the rest;
He fozzlf' and then he gets bunkered and
sorrow creeps into his breast.
He say. "i things that cannot be printed and
angrily tears up the clay
Far from the noise and commotion fc
golfs all the glorious cfay ;
His drives are so eager and .earnest as tt
cause his suspenders to burst.
And he now and then stops at the club
house and joyfully quencheshis thdrsi
Sister has gone with young Wadslcigh awaj
in his automobi'.e
To endeavor to smash all tho records im
agine the gladness they feel!
They will run over dogs and maim children
and perhaps kill a farmer or two.
They wi:i madly zipp over the bridges and
yearn after thrills that are new;
Far away from the racket they'll gladlj
flirt all through the glorious day.
And pedestrians born free and equal hai
better keep out. of their way.
Mother is s-hut in the parlor with her fin
gers poked into her ears.
She fidgets arcund. she is ne.rvousjp.nd filled
with a thousand t?ark f-srs;
She wishes the man who invented th
Fourth of July iniQ'uX. have died
An innnc-ent babe i? iis cradle and some
thing goes- ofT at her side
That causes the windows to rattle she fall
in a tit on the floor-- .
And Willie peeps in and Is sorry tte glory
EO(n shall be o'er.
S. E. Kiser. in Chicago Record-Herald.
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SAMPLE OF FUTURE HISTORY
The Way the Securing1 of a Vice Pres
idential Candidate May B
Stealthily the stalwart, determined men
urrunded the house, undetected, owiDg to
tr darkness and the dene fog that covered
everything, relates the Chicago Tribune.
Posting one of their number, fully armed,
at every possible avenue ot escape, the lead
er, accompanied by a dozen trusty followers
upon whose courage and fidelity he knew he
could rely in any emergency, approached a
..t a given signal tT.ey threw their united
weight against it.
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they were inside.
Hushing through the house, they toon
found the man for whom they were search
ing. lie was sitting in the back parlor, fur
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and evidently taken wholly by surprise.
"Surrender!" cried the leader, pointing
his revolver at his head.
"Centlenien," said the man, pale but out
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thoe handcuffs along. I'll go with you
He had just been nominated by one of
the great political parties for the office of
vice president of the United States.
PUT SUCAR IN THE SOUP.
Smith Thought It Was Tea; Then
He Deliberately Lied
Out of It.
There had been a glorious game of golf,
followed by a jollv dinner at the club
house, relates the Chicago Record-Herald.
Sometimes it is not the correct thing
to tell even a truthful story with real
names, hence it happens that it was the
Joneses who gave the spread and the per
son that happened in was Smith.
Smith is really a man of parts, wealthy,
intelligent and genial and usually known
"what's what," but he is not given to
swell affairs and is not dressy, withal.
A business call had taken Smith to the
club house, and Jones, seeing him, called
him to the table after the others had
begun. Soon as he was seated, being pre
occupied bv salutations from other persons
at the table that he knew he was absent
ly sweetening the cup at bis elbow, when
Mrs. Jones, hoping to make the matter
quite plain to this plain man, said, shrink
inglv: Ah Mr. Smith er that is the soup."
"Yes, thank you," Smith nonchalantly
replied. "Yes'm, 1 understand. But 1
always sweeten my bouillon." with the
slightest emphasis on "bouillon." But
Smith was at that moment a prevaricator,
to put it mildly. He really thought the
cup was tea, and probablv never tasted
sweetened bouillon in his life.
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Suggestions by Dr. Hartman. How
to Combat tha Nervous Depression
Incident to Warm Weather.
Nervousness Is very common amoni
women. This condition is due to anaemlo
nerve centers. The nerve centers ar
the reservoir for nerve vitality. Thes
centers become bloodless for the want
of proper nutrition.
This condition is especially noticeable
during the warm season. Every sum
mer an army of invalids are produced at
a direct result of weak nervous systems.
This could easily be overcome by the
use of Peruna. Peruna strikes at the
root of the trouble by correcting th
digestion. Perfect digestion furnishes
Increased nutrition for the nerve centers.
Perfectly digested food gives these reser
voirs of life a vitality which creates
strong, steady nerves, and in this man
ner fortifies and nourishes life.
Miss Blanche Grey, a prominent young
society woman of Memphis, Tenn., In a
recent letter from 174 Alabama street,
writes: "To a society woman wboe
nervous force is often taxed to the utmoit
from lack of rest and irregular meals,
know ot nothlngwhich Is ofsomuch
benefit as Peruna. I took it a few
months ago when I felt my strength,
giving way, and It, soon made Itself
manifest In giving' me new strength
and health." Miss Blanche Orey.
Pe-ru-na Contains no Narcotics.
One reason why Peruna has found
permanent use in so many homes is that
it contains no narcotic of any kind. Pe
runa Is perfectly harmless. It can ba
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It has no bad effect upon the system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh by
removing me iuuc ul lawm.
are a multitude of homes where Peruna
has been used oft and on for twenty
years. Such a thing could not be possi
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At this season of the year we are
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stomach and bowels. It is th part of
wisdom to learn how tp cut them short
and in the easiest and quickest manner.
Peruna does this by its peculiar power
over all forms of catarrhal troubles.
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