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THE HARTFORD HERALD
"WEDNESDAY JUEN 11 191D
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General Leo had boon lecturing
his i.C v recruits at soma length on
"ThedaUea of a soldier." At last
ho thought tho time had como to
llnd out just what he had accom
plished, Casting his eyes over tho room,
ho fixed thorn on Private Murphy
as his first victim. "Private Mur
phy," he said, "why should a nol-j
uier be ready to die tor his coun
try:" Tho private scratched his head
for a while: 'Then an incrntlntliii;
smllo llltted across his face. "Sure, '
captain," he said, pleasantly,
"you'ro right. Why should he?'
tfSS !!lll'",1,l,l,lliiii,,l, Which of the Three Delicious
? V& u.ii,.
aro's do
Crystal White" en jthe Red Can; "Golden
Brown" in the Blue Can; "Maple Flavor"
the neyKaro with plenty of substance and a
rich Maple Taste in the Green Can.
IMPORTANT TO YOU Every can of Kara ia marked with
exact weight in pounds of cyrup contained. Do not be misled
by rr-fcapc.olF fii;1&r the ! c. x g nurrbr oily and baring no
Hht'--i to viight -
for
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Wlllto was being measured
his first niado-to-ordcr suit
clothes.
"Do you want tho shoulders padd
cd, my llttlo man?" Inquired tho
tailor.
"No," said Willie significantly,
"pad tho pants." ,
Student (to servant at tho door)
"Miss Brown?" '
S. nant "Sho' engaged."
Student " I know. I'm what
she's engaged to."
Senator Simmons, one. of - tho
Tariff leaders, reltttes u conversa
tion ho had with a Now York poli
tician who was recently in Washing
ton.
" 'Thoro is one objection to tho
new tariff bill that I have not ocon
mentioned, Senator,' said tho poli
tician. ' " 7Yhat is that? ' I aikedT
i , " 'It doesn't remove the
nrom carpets.' "
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'1 A Wt. y&trZbfa -rayS I ' Beautifully illualraiid. It It ftcc. Write us todny for it. -. .,, ,--'-' ,r .
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"OUR KHTURXIXG ILEKOES." I Sidney Williams Her head rested on his should-' SfiBaSSgaKia&kasaaSSaag
I Notice lo Fanners!
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Wife (complalnlngly) "You'ro
not like Mr. Knagg. They've been
"I married twenty years, and Mrs.
Knagg says her husband Is so ten
der." Husband "Tender! Well, ho
ought to bo, after being in hot wat
er that long."
"Why is Reginald capering about
In that extraordinary fashion? lias
ho stubbed his too?"
VNo. Ho has thought of a sood
name for a now dance, and is try
ing to Invent a new step to fit it."
Young man (ardently) "I pres3
my suit on bended knee."
Young Lady (Icily. "Haven't
you an ironing hoard?"
Quizzor "What'u tho matter,
oid man? You look worried'
Sizzer-r " I have causo to. I
U:ed a man to trace my pedigree "
Quizzor "Well, whet's the trou
ble? Hasn't ho boen succe3i.ful?"
SIzzer "Successful! I rsaoula
s' ho has! ''r.i pitying hire hush
money."
'Jion't you iti'l.t'o every woiaiij
askcl i
lb- . Id hae a .-. M?"
fc'wrel Young Wit
'No," repM.'l iiic 'Young
tti t I belle a . e ? woman sh.t
1 tyi a voter."
Tho names of tho following boys
havo been roportcd to us as having
returned from sorvico overseas.
This list will bo added to as fast as
tho naiuc3 arc sent In. -Send your
tacks "on or relative's namo as ho should
bo in tho honor roll: Thoso sub
mitted aro:
Manning Bennett
Lieut. Everett Likens
Kobert E. Price
Ivory Lynch
Chester Foster
Clifford It. Maddox
Simon Smith '
Hoover Nccl
Weslio Daniel
Herbert Wedding
Carlislo Williams
Kay Herrell
Thomas Hopper
David Wilson
John Jackson
Carlislo P. Williams
Dowey Alford
John B. Hazellp
John D. Autry
Elton Wilson
Ben Johnson
Attrice B. Faught
James A. Crowder
Koscoo Westorfleld "
Rosal Park
Orvillo McKinney
Raymond McKinney
Sidney Williams
Russell Plrtlo
Andrew Glenn
Claudo Barnard
Gcorgo Williams
Hugh Hamlet
William C. Knott
Arch Burch
Sidney Williams
Gllmore Keown
Hugh Hamlctt
Chester Koown
Russell Plrtle
Bert R. Barncrd
Hen Turner- -
Itny Bennett
Vernon Wheeler
Alvoy Petty '
Noah Leo Rowe
Alfred Wheeler
Vernon Wheeler
Alvin Byron Porter
Lewis Bozarth
.lamcc Tate
Her head rested on his should
er, and her little hand lny confiding
lv In his. i
"Tell. ir Alfred," said the hap-
i py maiden, "how you over camo to (
pick me out ns tho girl you wanted
. .to jw.irry." .
I "Well, Dora,'" replied tho ccsta
' tic young man in a gush of confi
I dence, "it was mother that put me
up to it."
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Hartford Herald $1.50 tho year
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Ailcn' Fuot-Easo, th ftntlteptlc powder to bo
rhalen Into the eliocs and sprinkled in tho foot
bath. The Platubiirg Camp JlanualadvUesmcn
In tralningto uso Foot-Uasolu thclrehocs cuch
morning. It prevents blisters and snro Bpntsand
relics epalnrul,8wo!Itn,euartinK feet and takes
the ftlng out of corns and banlnns. A certain
relief for sweating, calioni, tired, aching feet.
Alway" nee Allen' Foot-Eae 'o urcat la new
shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c. i
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OVEB-EfiTINfi
13 the xcoi cf nearly all digestive
evils. If vour digestion is wcbIc or
out of k":cr, better cat isjo and use J
ffMraE
trmunw
tho new till to bel?er digestion.
Pleasant to tnko effective. Let
ft Ki-ni lids help straighten out your
MADS DY SCOTT. 3c BOWNE
MAKJKS 6F SCOTTS EMULSION
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Senator Borah was talking at a
' dinner at Boiso, about an ombarras
slng question that had been asked
ut Chicago.
"Tho question," ho said, smiling,
"went unanswered. It was llko lit
tle Wlllio's query."
"A young gentleman was spend
ing tho week-end at llttlo Will!o'3
cottages at Atlantic City, and on
Sundny cvonlng after dinnor, thoro
being a scarcity of chairs on tho
crowded piazza, tho young gentle
man took Willio on his lap.
"Then," during a pause in tho con
versation, llttlo Willio looked up ut
the young gontloman and piped1
" 'Am I ns heavy as Sister Mabiti7
' Whatsoover a man soweth. I lint
sfiall ho reap. ' Johnny rspoiiiJil
it after his fathor sovorn' Minos,
un seomed to .mvo mastered iho
correct wording.
As thoy drow near tho Sunday
sllool tho fur. or gnvo Jn' i.uy hU
H rohcursal. "Now. uon." nc
teid, "let's 'iave tho Co dim vTc.xt
onco moro."
This is what he got:
"Whatsoover a man sows always
rips."
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lake
a chronic
Ton-year-old William camo
homo ono day In a regrcttablo state'
of disorder and with u somewhat
bruised faco.
"Oh. Willio! Willie!" oxclalmod
his mother, shockod and griovod.
"You havo' disobeyed mo again;
how often havo I told you not to (
play with that naughty Johnson
boy." .
"Mamma," euld WHUani, in uttor
disgust at this fomlnlno reprimand,
"do"I look a? it I had been playlug
With anytody?" ,
Civon Up toDIo by Her l7riands, n
Young Lady Ra overs Her
H&jUi end Incra-iea
Weight -A'3 Pounds.
A Powerful Nation Needs Strong
Healthy Women.
A nation is no
Etronijer, than iU
women. Hence, it
la tho duty of ev
ery woman wheth
er yojntr, middlo
age, or h advanced
llfo to prorervo her
lic.ilth. If you nro
sick and buttering
don't wait until to
morrow but e'k
relief at once to
day. Tomorrow
ydur lKnoi-i in y
turn.
Thoia 1j n remedy for nliuoit
every 111. Tliouuanda have found
Peruna to be that icinudy us did
Miss Clara Lohr of.2X X. Gold St.,
Grand Kaplds, MlQhtgan. She writer
a friend i "I dou't n.cd l'eruiui uny
more. I am ell well after Talcing
Fix bottles. I welched ninety
pound. Loforo I started und was
poor und weakly. I hod such
a couh nnd spti.lnir all tho time
that I never expected to recover.
Zy friends suve ir. up. I could eat
nothlny. Nov I can cat and welch
123 poirnd. I most thankfully rec
ommend Peruna to my frlendn."
Mlia Loin's letter Is on Insplm
tlon, n. inessapo of hope to Buffering
women. It telU you that you tou
may bo strong ,und well and vigor
ous. Pcnma may be had In eli .1
liquid or te.Het form. Ark j t
dcalor. If you '-alue' health, do not
accent u substitute. Dr. H;utnum'n
A'orld Pumouo lcruna Tonic I..
what you Vunt. The Peruna Cii-'i-tany.
Dojt. 70, Colutnbut). OMo. a' o
publish Dr. llartman'n 'Health Boo'c.
Tho book is free. ffl&- tyr. It.
Your dealer w"l clvo you n Peru a
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