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IN MAD CHASE.
Millions rush in mad chase after health, from one extreme of faddism, to another, when, if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr King's New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away. Prompt relief aud quick cure for lirer and stomach trouble. 25c at Jas. Hullinger & Co’s., drug store 28d and Liriiner street. NO VETO POWER IN OHIO. Abolished by Constitutional Conven tion Early in Century. Ohio is the only state In which the governor does not possess the powei of veto, according to the Brooklyn Eagle. The story dates back nearly 100 years to the time when Arthur St. Clair was the territorial governor of Ohio. In those days the fee for a mar riage license in Ohio was |!, and ac cording to tlie law such a fee went Into the pockets of the governor. The general aMembly finally decided to repeal the statute, and not desiring to deprive the governor of this particular source of revenue, two bills were passed, one repealing the law permit ting the governor to annex the mar riage llcehse fee t.nd the other increas ing bla salary a proportionate amount. But the governor, with a ke-n eye for the main chance, signed the bill rals Ing his salary and vetoed the bill de priving him of the marr'age feet The general assembly passed the vetoed bill over tbe governor's protest, but Mr. fit. Clair was sustained by the leg Islatlve council. There was a general mix-up for a while and later the con stitutional convention met and abol ished the veto power Fifty years later, In 185?. another constitutional convention was held, but all attempts to incorporate a veto power into the state constitution were defeated. FOR THE MAN AT THE CASE. Elaborate System Intended to Ensure Correctness. Mr. W. A. Harper, a corrector for the press." In an article on "Proof Reading" In the Printers' Register, gives a specimen of low the reading boy deals with the productions of the Poet Laureate In the way of busi ness Double quotes You small* aps mus wake an* call me hnrlycom call me burlycom mother dearsem (sniffi. Tobyphenmorrei poalll he the 'ap pleat time of all the glad Newcaphy phen yearsem (gasp). Ofcap all the glad Newcaphyphen year com mother com the maddest, merriest daysem (sniff). Forcap Hlpoara to be Quern cap epos the Maycap com mothercom. Hlposm to'he Queenrap opo* the May cap full close double rule Tennyson Italsfull. This apparent Jargon Is the result of reading by "caps and points " so as to Insure absolute accuracy In the minutest details of punctuation, cap! taliiation. etc. "Com " It the reader s contraction for "comma;" "sem.’’ for "semicolon;” "po* " for "apostrophe. ’ and «o on.—The Publishers’ Circular. Swore on His Own Bible. A <autlous grand juror at i».• Ol Hailey. London, brought his owu Itlblc with him. to bo. sworn upon and sr took no risk of microbes. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Nothing heats a good wife—except a bad husband. A man who gets his pay in advance never works overtime. Fear not the bold man who uses his tongue instead of a sword. If all men were wise the gold brick industry would cease to flourish. Values of commodities depend on whether you want to buy or sell. A juvenile idea of a hero is a bad little boy who keeps pestering a good one. Some men were born about a hun dred years too soon to suit their neigh bors. Beware of the man who speaks of the shortcomings of his neighbor with tearful eyes. Some men never wander from their own firesides because they dwell in steam-heated flats. He who boasts that he never kissed a girl may be telling the truth, but robody envies him. When a man is financially embar rasped he Is apt to feel sorry that he has friends who only feel sorry for him. Occasionally a man earns a living without getting It. but more often he manages to got a living without earn ing It. Take care of jour pennies while young and give some chap a chance to bunko you out of your dollars when you get old.—Chicago News. SERMONETTES. Charity certainly covers a multitude of sin*, but It doesn't remove them. To whatever extent any person Is eblo to annoy you, to that extent you are his slave If thoughts are things. It adds great ly to the comfort of life that they are Invisible things Epictetus said. May It never he my lot to hare a wise fool for my friend.’ How the same longings of the human heart surge through the centuries. The man who never drinks, gambles and d'.fnpate may not be any better than the one who doc > all three; but he is bound to be more successful. Our high pressure business and in- CUBtrlal life is making us a temper ir.ee nation. The man who wants to keep up with the procession has no vitality to waste. The human body nttaios a certain height and then slops gtowing. There it not necessarily any such limitation on the mind, although tho majority of people one meets would Induce one to think so. Back to the Soil. At an agricultural (linear the fellow lug toast na. given: 'The game oj fortune! ShuWa the rnrda as >Oll will, aeades must wW Denver Professionals The Statesman takes pleasure in introducing the following colored professionals and recommends them as competent in their lines. Show yourself a race lover by patronizing them. Be a booster. (9 to 11 a. m.. Hours : < 3 to 5 and I 7 to S p. m. DR. W. A. JONES, 91J 21st Street. Near Champa L PHONES: During Office Hour-. G4B Red. Out of Office Hour-. 1664 Main Fellow travelers and fellow gam blers soon know each other well. When the priest sits down to read mass the people lie down to hear It. Even an old man can win a wom an’s lore and keep it, if he isn't jeal ous. When the devil cannot arrive in lime he sendi a woman on before him. ■ Praise your wife, not three days after the wedding, but three years after It—if you can. **♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦J • WONDERFUL: j DISCOVERY ! ♦ Straight By « T TA«r* mo* un f Brroar > ii:.i h Tm iturvT. Y X FORD'S ORIGINAL X X OZONIZED ON MARROW I (Copyrighted) # X i • tronderf'l hair pi made l« the only safe X Xpo | arattou In ttie « tld that makes kinky *>r Y Y f'lrlj t.alr straight a- slioc-n above. It n»ur- W Ji> the a aii>. I'tfvrnit the hair from falling ♦ • mu or I rcaku.g off. cure* dandruff and make* 4 4 the hair grow long and silky. Sold over ▲ X ts year* and used i-j thonaar.da. Warranto. 1 T a htnalMi, II »at the first preparation ever Y T »old f»r airalgLt'-biiig kinky hair. Ben are of ▼ f it. tar d« Renal ■ i ord's <>rlg- ♦ • innl Otonkred Ox Marrow i» put up 4 P tOy In fifty alt*-. made only in Chicago ▲ A hy u« The genuine be* the aunalurc I X t ui»u» K«>kh. I’ars'r, «n each package. T T l*o n«-t lx* tut*led hv »o»-iTtute* that claim ▼ ▼ to he Jii-t a* go..!—but always upon ♦ 9 (Mtlu roU'i a« it rrv’i null lo c..:’4 4 the hair straight, »«>ft and beautiful. A 4 firing tt that healthy, lifelike ipp>r X I ait re »r> much desired. A toilet n*-cvsaitv for T X l«d and children I j ▼ ▼ perfumed. 0« lug to lu >np* rlor and lasting • • u lalitie* It la the b-*l and dual co*m .nnoal. 4 4 It I- • j>r idoce a A 4 preparation canal to It. PuM directions with X X everr boUle. Ot It AO . rrta. Sold by druggists T T and dealer*.or a. nd n* .II ■ enta for one hottl. Y ▼ postpaid. or f 1.40 for three bottle*, eipro*s ♦ ♦ paid. We nay all pottage and eipree* charge*. 4 4 Send p<>»tal or ein ret. a money >nler. Please A A mention name of this paper when rdering. X Write your name and ad-iross plainly to T ♦ OZONIZED OX MARROW CO,, Z T genuine without my signature) ▼ I cLJ*< t Z 76 Wabasb Arc., Chicago, Illinois. X ♦ Agent* wagted ec rr t»rbcrr Z JOS. h. STUART Lawyer, Practises in All Courts. Office 329 Kittredge Bldg, Cor. 16th and Glenarm. Rea. 2227 Lincoln Ave. Phone Olive 294. Examining abstracts of title, and drawing up legal docu ments given careful attention Dr. E. L. FAULKNER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ! 8 to 10 a. m. 1 to 4 p. m. < to 8 p. m. a . Wo to 11a.m. Sunday,. | rtoSp, m. Diseases of Women and Children. A S|>cciaUy. PHONE OFFICE MAIN 4956. 2100 Arapahoe St. Dsnver •I DR. W. J. COTTRELL, ! I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Diseases of women a Specially. , * ( » TO IS ». M , i Office Hours}2 to 5 p. m. IFTOI P M ■ I Sunday, 1 to 3 p. m. ► I Office and Res. 83018th S<. ► 1 At Cottrell ' Pharmacy > Phone Main 3230. I| OFFICE (9TOII a m. ► 49*50 GOOD BLR HOURS ) I T 0 4R.M. ► TEL.ate SOB, ( 7 TO 8 a.** I DR. P. E. i SPRATLIN [ 1 Residence: 2226 Clarkson street ; I Telephone York 123 ' ! | J. W. BAILEY. O. D. ; Optical Specialist. > Colorado's Leading Colored Kje Kxjert | Glasses fur ; Eves. j . Hours: 9t012a. m. 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