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C!(L IS SALOME MAD;
' CAH'T RESIST DANCING
CIRCLE3 AROUND BEFORE DOC
TOR UNTIL HE HAS HER SENT
New York. Dr. A. W. Nowfleld sat
reading in his study in his apartment
on West One Hundred and Forty-first
Btieet. His wife, his daughter and
the latter's husband had gone to a
theater. Soon the doctor dozed, he
doesn't know how long, but suddenly
he was awakened by a low, walling
cry right in the room. The doctor
looked up with a jerk, adjusted his
glasses on his nose and then fell
back limp in his chair.
In front of him, swaying and pirou
etting, with her hands chasing each
other In snakcllke fashion, stood his
housemaid, Margaret Kelly, with her
"I'm Salome," Chanted Margaret,
Twirling on One Toe.
hair in a braid and doing a Salome
dance, appropriately clad.
"B-bless my soul!" exclaimed the
doctor when he got his breath.
"W-what does this extraordinary con
duct mean, young woman?"
But Margaret answeied not. She
just kept on dancing, sliding her arms
sinuously about, singing the ciueer, wall
ing tune, with her eyes fixed on the
doctor's as if to her he represented
John the Baptist. Aiound his chair
she circled slowly and the doctor's utiv
easiness grew every second.
"Go 'way!" he eiied. "Are you
crazy? Suppose some one fchould
come. Go 'way!"
"I'm Salome," chanted Margaiot,
twirling on one toe. "I saw Eva Tan-
guay do It at the 1 don't care!
I don't care!"
Then the doctor telephoned police
headtiuarteis, and when two police
men came they had their hands full
with Margaret Kelly. She refused to
put on any more clothes, 'and when
Dr. Tompkins came he lound the two
policemen holding a blanket about
"Too much Eighth avenue whisky,"
the doctor said, and lie bundled Mar
garet, still piotestlng that she was
Salome, off to a hospital.
Mrs. Newlleld engaged Margaret
a few days ago fioni an employment
agency, The girl is oting and pretty
and had excellent leferences. When
bhe sent her trunk to the Xewfleld
apartment it was so big that It had to
be put in the attic.
"But it didn't hold much." Mrs. New
field said, "One of the other servants
saw her unpack it and told me that all
it contained wns a lot of fancy gauze
stuff that must have been the Salome
costume she was practicing in."
TERRIFIED BY WILD MAN.
Taunton Citizens, Fearing Mysterious
Person, Appeal to Police.
Taunton, X. J. A wild man is
haunting the vicinity of Prospect Hill
in tho north end of the oily, and bcorea
of residents, frightened nt his peculiar
notions, hnve appealed to the police to
invustlsate his case. Iioanilng about
ou the outskirts of the woods and
often appealing near the edge of the
loads, ho has spread such a leigu of
terror in the locality that mothers will
not let their child! eu run about as be
fore. He was sighted on the summit of
tho hill, wildly wiulng his hands
towaul tho sky and singing as if in
prayer, but before an thing tould bo
done to effect Ills capture he dlfcap
peared. Other reports .say that he has
uten seen running like a hunted deer
tlrough tho underbrush and tearing
down bushes and small shrubbery in
what appears to bo a maniacal desire
, t' destioy.
Ho is described as very poorly
dressed and his unshaven lace and un
V.enipt hair give him every appearance
of n wild man. Itesldents of the neigh,
horhood are planning a concerted ac
tion to effect his capture the next time
he makes his nppearanco upon the
summit of tho hill. Some believe that
rt'. may linvo escaped from tho ins'aua
Ji"jj)ltn? which. Is located nearby.
OFTEN THE CASE.
Women Struggle Hopelessly Along,
Suffering Backache, Dizzy Spells,
Womon have so much to go through
Jn life that It's a pity there is so much
suffering from back
ache and other com
men curable kidney
ills. If you suffer so,
profit by this wom
an's example: Mrs.
Martin Douglass, G2
Cedar St., Kingston,
N. Y., says: "I had a
lame, aching back.
f dizzy spells, head
aches, and a feeling of languor. Part
of the time I could not attend to my
work and irregularity of the kidney
secretions was annoying. Doan's Kid
ney Pills brought me prompt relief."
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Mr. Dude I was thinking how much
I resemble your carpet always at
your feet, you know.
Miss Sly Yes, very much like my
carpet. I'm going to shake It soon.
SKIN ERUPTION CURED.
Was So Sore, Irritating and Painful
That Little Sufferer Could Not Sleep
Cuticura's Efficacy Clearly Proven.
"When about two and a half years
old my daughter broke out on her hips
and the upper parts of her legs with a
very irritating and painful eruption. It
began in October; the first I noticed
was a little red surface and a constant
desire on her part to scratch her limbs.
She coultl not sleep and the eruptions
got sore, and yellow water came out
of them. I had two doctors treat her,
but she grew worse under their treat
ment. Then I bought the Cuticura
Remedies and only used them two
weeks when she was entirely well.
This was in February. She has never
had another rough place on her skin,
and she Is now fourteen yeais old.
Mrs. R. R. Whitaker, Winchester,
Tenn., Sept. 22, 1908."
Potter Drug & Cheui. Cur p., Solo Props., Boston.
Anger Shrinks Vitality.
Dr. Maurice de Floury, a distin
guished Frenchman, advances the the
ory that every time one becomes an
gry his vitality shrinks. Alter even
the most artfully suppressed signs of
bad temper the vitality becomes small
er and smaller, until finally nothing is
left. Anger is a certain kind of ce
tebral excitement, explains Dr. de
Floury. The hypersthenic sub'Joct is
always on its erge, while the neuras
thonio becomes inf minted onlj by a
sudden bound of reaction excited from
without. But at that moment when
they are let loose the two aie alike,
save that the stioug man is a blinder
brute, while the weak man is some
what of an actor and seems to aim at
In the Divorce Colony.
The Huh Do Jones gi; is talking to
her playmate, Lucy van Smith.
"Oh, Lucy," said she, "we have a
"Have you? What's his name?"
"Oh, pshaw! wo had him, too, but
we didn't like him." Lippincott's.
Sl'OIIX'S DISTKMI'KU f'l'nr. will
cmc .un iioiilrlc i a-o of DISTKMI'I'll,
l'INK i K. mid the like among hoi-c-,
ot all ajii-, .Hid pioM'iiti- all otliein ill the
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Anv Komi dni(.'Nl can Mipph mi. oi wnd
to infix. r.O couth and $1.0(1 a bottle Agents
wantrcl. 1'ieo book. Spohu Medical C'o.,
Spue. Contagion-. Di-iM-th, (io.-lion, ind.
Illxon When he got a di voice from
Ills wife ho leslgned fiom tho K'df
Dixon So now he's entirely
Kiln Dors Tied kiss you for your
Stella Well, I don't think it's for
I'M.KS Cl'lti:i) IN a TO 14 DAYS.
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The Increased use of "Toris" for
rheumatism is causing considerable
discussion among tho mcdicul frater
nity. It is an almost Infallible cure
when mixed with certain other Ingre
dients and taken properly. Tho fol
lowing formula is'effcctlve: "To one
half pint of good whiskey add one
ounce of Toris Compound and one
ounco of Syrup Sarsaparllla Compound.
Take In tnblespoonful doses before
each meal and before retiring."
Toris compound is a product of tho
laboratories of the Globe Pharma
ceutical Co., Chicago, but it as well as
the other Ingredients can be bad from
any good druggist.
Modern Buildings Inferior.
In modern buildings the cement and
mortar are the weakest points; In tho
buildings which the Homans and
Greeks raised thousands of years ago
the cement and mortar are the strong
est points, and hold good while the
very stones they bind together crum
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ence we can not make such cement
and mot tar, and, therefore, we can not
construct such buildings as the an
$100 Reward, $100.
Th ruder, ot this paper will be pleated to lean
Uial there Is at lestt one d fouled disease that menct
has been able to cure In All Its stages, And that 1c
I Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only pofithc
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bilne a constitutional disease, requires a constitu
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ternally, netlni; directly upon the blood anil inurous
surfaces ot the system, therebj destrojlne the
foundation of the disease, and cUInc the pMlent
, strength by building up the constitution and assist
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