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If with pleasure you are viewing any work a man is doing, .
If you like him or you love him, tell him now;
Don't withhold your approbation till the parson makes oration
As he lies yrtth snowy lilies o'er his brow; j
For, ho matter how ydu shout it", he won't-reaily'care about it, -
He won't know how many teardrops you have shed.
If you think some 'praise is due him, n6w'sthe time to-slip it to him,,
For he cannot read his tombstone when he's dead!
More than fame and more .than money is the comtneht kirid and sunny
And the hearty, warm "approval of a friend, , .. vJ- '
For it gives to life a; savor, and it makes you stronger, braver,
And it givesTyoii heart and spirit to the end;
If he earns your praise--bestow it; if ybu jike him, Jet him know itf
Let the words of true encouragement, be. said.
Do not wait till life is over and he's underneath- the clover,-
For he cannot read' his toihbstotie wheTie'srnead! ' " 'r
THE ONLY WAY TO HIM
A solemn-iodkirig Irishman entere"d
a business house and, walking Up to
one of the men employed, oh the
lower floor, asked: ,
"is there anny chahsj; fer a mon t'
get a job av wur-fk hare?"
,."I don't know," Baid the man.
"You'll have to see Mr. Hobart."
"An" phwere is he?" ,
"Up oh tile second floor," was. the
"Shall Oi walk up an' talk to htm?"
"No need of that. Just whistle in
that tube and he'll speak to you"
pointing to a speaking-tube.
The Irishman walked over to the
tube and blew a mighty blast in ft
Hearing the whistle Mr.v Hobart,
came .to the tube apd .inquired:
"What's wanted down there?'
" 'Tis Oi, Paddy Flynn. Af' ye th
"I am," said Mr.JETobart.
"Well, thin," yelled Flynn, "sthick
yer head out ay th' jsecond-sthqry
TVinqy wnoue ui sntep out ,on tn'
pavemint Okwant to talk-'t yel".. r
SIMPLE HOME REMEDY .
Simple remedies often prove effec
tive if us'Sd quickly and correctly. For
instance, if you get a bit of dust, an
yelash or afiy sort of "speck" in"
your eye try-tnis method. Turn tile
eye affected toward the nose as far
as ydu can. Pull s the eyelid down
as far as you can over the eye. Then
blow the opposite nostril hard. This
will frequently carry the offending
particle down through the eye duct
into the nose. DO NOT rub the eye
when there is something in it. That
merely inflames the eyeball without
effecting a remedy. If something
lodges In . the eyeball this" .simple
mettiodrtviii probably fail. It will thenl
benecesBaryto secure'prbper treat
ment, as soon as -possible.
' . ' O 0 "
Chollie-rI'm doing my best to get
ahead, you know. Dollie Well,
everybody knows you need one.
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Uncle Sam now has 24,381 dally
weekly, monthly and. quarterly pub-,
ligations. Some reader, is Samuell