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tiqg the Stotiiachs and. bowels of
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Proiiwtes i^ei?slion.Cheerfiil
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(jpium. Morphine ror Mineral,
NotNahcotic.
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A perfect Remedy for<Conslipa
lion. Sour Stoniach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcri sh?
oes* and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
NEW YORK.
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Jj Dosts -35 Ce m s
SEE
THAT THE
FACSIMILE
SIGNATURE
-OF
EXACT COPT OF WH.APPE.B.
IS ON THE
WRAPPER
OF EVEET
BOTTLE OF
CASTORIA
Cattoria It pit tp in one-site bottle* only. It
it net told i a balk. Don't allow auyon? to Mil
yon anything eist? on the plea or promit* that it
i* "jn?t a? good" and "?ill answer every pnr
poae." *?*- See that yon get 0-A-S-T-O-W-A.
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ALL
DRUGGISTS
any caieoi con.lipstio?. fa.rarrl? are Ike Ideal Lan
e. ?e.er -rip or rritM. Lot rau.e ea*; ?at?r?l re.ull?. 8am
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SIIENAMDOAH COUNTY
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Home Office. Woodstock, Va.
OFFlCEBfll
E. ?. NEWMAN, Trps. an?! Gen'l Manager.
J. W. SANTMlEli. Yi.r Pros.
M. li. WUNDER, Secretary.
M. COFFMAN. Treasurer.
Ill It it iOlt?;
E. ft. NEWMAN,
M. B. WUNDER.
D. CO FLAHERTY,
j W, PA1STMIKR,
F. S. PENNYBACKER,
B. F. BORDEN,
Ih S. WALKER,
S. E ?STICKLEY,
H n.HAUN,
JuSIAIl BTIOKIEY,
W. A. PENCE,
JAS. M. PAINTER.
Aiaei*, December, 31?t, 1191.174,35? 95
Asaeta, n?,v>?mber,31?t.l*??8..|178,iflOSI t?l
Aaaet?. Dfoamber, 3t!h, lf?3.?-310.4:17 76
Aasei?, DacmbsrHl 594. $441.977.:!?
Aas?ia. December 31 1??b?. 0*71,4510,00.
Affe???, Drct-iiiiar 3M>, 1991).t Btofitl 30
Money advanced ou the Stock of the Aaaociatioti, or loaned on real catate aecnril)
?b easy terni*.
pa.iti?a (laaniDg la protitli? for the>ni?f>lve* hornea, orto pay off indebttMlnfss m
aas?, euttily p?vn anta will and the Axuooution to \>e just ?a-hat they waul.
Addreaa 11 B*. V\ UNDER, Seciy. U .?odatock. Va., lor papera and Information:
Mar. 9? tf
HEADQUARTERS
Mm ??li
BEST HAND MALE HiF.Nts'a
BEST FACTLLY HARNESS*,
HARNESS CF AIL GRADES.
SADDLES, BRIOLESJRUHKS. VALISES, ROBES,
Whips, Collars,
Sweat Collars,
And everything in our line at the low?
est prices.
Call to see us, before purchasing.
J. A. DYSART & CO
WOODSTOCK
MARBLE WORKS,
WOODSTOCK, VA.
?onumenti, Tombo and oil Kinds
of Cometer y Work.
Lo?raat price? in tb? Valley. Glvs me j
maim
B*MB*?.??S-lv.
I ;inj I railc-Mark..un? il und all Fat
lent l.usinp.? rondu.-led for Moorn.TC rtt*
?OuaOrrief is?aao?iTt U.S.P*tint Orrict
fand are can secure patent in les lina I
Jrt.nott from Wa.hmatim.
J Send model, drawing i>r photo., with .1. ?rip
Jtion. We advine, if patentable or not, free of
?chirr?. Our fee not tin? till patent i? secured.
JA P.a.HLCT. "How 10 Obtain I'atent?," with
Croat of ?ame in the U.S. and foreign countries
taant free. Address,
E. ?. SNYDER ! jO-A-SNOW-afcCO.
' ?I OwP. WTJNT Ov-ricc, WASHINGTON, 0. C,
1 aW%B>B>?l*B^??0'**>??a?^
pale and exhausted, do not Intro?lnc
sanitary subjects, or say anything t
ull about physical condition. In th
case of improved health, you have b
your words given another impulse tf
ward the mimst und the. jocund, whil
in the BBSS ?if tin failing health yo
liuvi? arrested the ?lirliii?? I y your si
lenre, by Whioh he concludes, "If
Bras? really so badly off, ho would hav
mething aboutit. " We are all
BSpseaslly thOBS O? ft nervous tempera
went, susceptible to kind words air
lUsWBIIBjjIllg words. Form a conspirar
SgahlBt us, and let ten men mt it us a
certain points OB Bar Bfay over to busi
ness and let each one say, ' ' How sic!
you look!" tbnngh we shoald start ou
well, after meeting tho first and hear
ing his depressing salute, we would be
Kin to examine our symptoms. Afte
meeting the second gloomy accosting
we would conclude wo did not fee
Batte ns well as usual. After meetini
the third, our sensations would b?
ilr.'it'lful and after meeting tho fourth
aalcas we BBspeetej a txaiapiraoy, wi
would go In.me and go BO bed, and th?
other six pessimists would be a ut-el?.?.
surplus of discouragement.
Ilrlghtnraa Not (?loom.
My dear .?ir, my dear madam, what
do you nii'iui by going aboat tins wori?
with dish? art? iiiiients'-' Is not .tin- sup
ply of glooiii ?uni trouble and misfnr
loin' ? DOBgh to ini'i't III?' dcliliind with
out yoill rnuning a factory of pins hth
spjkea? Why should you plant, blacl
and blue in the world when <"?od so sel
SOB) plants them: Plenty of scarlet col
ors, plenty of yellow, plenty of green,
plenty O? pink, but very .seldom a plant
black or blue. I never saw a black flow?
er, and there's only here and tbere a
bluebell or ?t violet, but the blue ia for
the. most part isesnsd for the sky, and
we have to look up to see that, and
when we look up no color can do us
harm. Why not plant along tho paths
of others the bright m s-t s insleud of the
glooms!
Do not prophesy misfortune. If you
must be a prophet at all, he an Ezekiel
and not a Jeremiah. In anci.nt timos
prophets who foretold evil were doing
right, for they were divinely directed,
hut the prophets of evil in our time are
generally false prophet*. Some of our
weatherwiso people prophesied wo
would have a summer of unparalleled
baas. It has been a very comfortablo
summer. Last fall all the wi-athcr
prophets agreed in saying we should
have a winter of extraordinary BSD rify,
blizzard on the heels of blizzard. It
was the mildest winter I ever remember
to have passed Indeed, the autumn
and the spring almost shovi-d winter
out of the procession. Real troubles
luiv?. im heralds running ahead of their
I somber chariots, and DO on?- ha? any
ii.li.iiM?""?la. ni 'i il 11? i
! authority in our time to announce thei
coming. ' Loud yourself up with hop?
ful words and ?lu ils. Tho hymn one
sung in our churches is unfit to Ii
sung, for it says:
We ahould wispeot ?orao tlatiger near
When' lit' BBSBSSS delitfht.
In other words, manago to keep mi*
?rable all the time. Thu old song kuii.
at tho pianos a ?jiiart.r of a century ng
was right, "Kiud words can never die. '
?such kiml wunls have Iheir nests li
kind hearts, and when they are hatch??
out and take wing they circle rouud ii
flights that m vercease, anil sportsman'
gun cannot shoot them, ami storms con
not ruffle their wings, and when the;
cease flight in these lower ski?- o
Barth they sweep around amid the high
er altitudes of heaven. At Baltimore
talked into u phonograph. The cyliu
dei containing the words was sent 01
to Washington, and tho next day tha
cylindor from another phonographic iu
?trumeiit, when turned, gave kick t<
me the very words 1 had uttered th?
day before and with the same iutona
tion.s. Scold into a phonograph, and 11
will scold back. Poor mild words int<
a phonograph, and it will return th?
gentleness. Stx-iety und the world anr
the church are phonographs, (iive then
acerbity and rough treatment, and acer?
bity and rough treatment ynn will gel
liack. Give then practical friendliness,
and they will give back practical friend?
liness. A father asked his little daugh?
ter, "Mary, why is it that everybody
loves you?'' She answered, "I dou't
know unless it is because I love every?
body. " "A man that hath friends must
ahow himself friendly. "
rir?t Save Mjr Friend.
We want something like that spirit
of sacrifice for others which was seen
in the English channel, where in the
storm a boat containing three lin-u was
l upset, and all three were in the water
struggling for their lives. A boat came
i to their relief, and a rope was thrown
to one of them, and ho refused to take
it, saying: "Firs! fling i! to Tom. He
is just ready to go down. I can last
some time longer." A man like that,
be ho sailor or landsman, bo he in up?
per ranks of society or lower ranks, will
always have plenty of friends. What
ia tru? mauward is true (iodward. We
must bo the friends of God if ere sraat
him to bo our friend. We cannot treat
Thrifit badly all our lives and expect
him to treat us lovingly. I was read?
ing of ase? fight iu which Lord Nelson
raptured a French officer, and when the
French officer offered Lord Nelson his
band Nelson replied, "First give me
your sword and then give me your
hand." Surrender of our resistance to
I Qod most precede God's proffer of par
I (ion to ne. Repta tanre before forgive
' Ul'SS. You mu-t give up your r? 1.? !li.ms
?? ARANTE?, it
TOBACCO
HABIT
Orer 1,000 OK) baie? sold. 300.000 cife? prorn lUt-o-rt-r tof!??trr?y <Sa?tl??lr? for ?.ihaecoln anr -
form. No-to?ba?lsthei!re?teslDerTe-foodlnlb? worl*. Man? aain lopountf; 1,110-tar? an?! it m?T?i
fail? to mike the weak 'r.ipuloDt mansion?, vl,ri-ri?iit?nr! rirnit^. Ji,.> trj a l.nt. leu will ba lie?
liKhtod. Wi? i. ? .?ii.it ri, ?it. far? cvrt Ii ah??!uirlr nii?iai.tee<l'rilrutrirlst? even?
where. Bend f r nur I.a:-t "l>,.n't'r.it>aeco -nil .-.l froaka , enr l.ilc *-??." written ? iiirantoa aiiil
?.la-sanip.e. Adores? Til EMTr.J.tlalN?l**KTHF'?*7l-'--.. Ihii-.r-?'-v. ??*?>?-?
4th-tf. For Sale by B. SCHMITT, Druggiit, WoodstoHc, Ya.
AFRICANA,
The Wonderful
Blood Purifier..,
Cur:s absolutely Rhz-urnati.?-'.., Scrofula, Syp"ii'!s, Old
5or.-s. Constipation, Oout, ml Ml ??asases caused bv
impure Blood .... T?. STAY Cl'R- i>.
Africana Has Never Failed
In Bstag'e ?natanceoui ??f tliehiiivlrt-di tr--?tf|. Thi-i -f..re. weoirc-rit
t<> the public with en in confidence and are willing to undertake
tl.e must i!e''|it-r.:tt* c.?e on wuich iXbei ?o-c.tiled it-.f Jlil.ie cure,
have failed. Africana is ma.?*? allogeth-r from berba, ia perfectly
harmless und yel is the moat powerful *'?d surest remedy ever dis
covered f?.r the ab ?ve named disease*. Write for further particulars,
testimonials, etc.
Africana Co., ?tTaT
For sale l?v ? SCHMITT, Drogfist
OGOLD! GOLD!! GOLD ! ! !IX>
We have secured valuabls claims in bah
Famous Gold Fields of Alaska.
Hon. Clias. D. Uogtrs, of Juncau; Clork of the U. S. Distiict
Court of Al.nska, has ?talced out claims Tor i his Compn.-.y in the
Sheep Creek Basin and Whale Bay Dlatrictt of Alaska
NoM American Mi m D^lii Comnany.
Capital"$5,000,000. Shares. $ I each.
FUI.I. PAID AXl) NU5-A59ES3ABI.E.
This Company Gives the Poor Man a Chance as
well as the Rich.
NOW IS THE TIME!
To iliVfHt y tir niorry. $1.(00 will boy one ?hara bf ?tock. Invest now
l>t fort our ?look ?dvatioe? m prie*. Not lea* Iban five atiarea will be ?old
W? bave I hi? heat known ?it-n id An erica a? Directors in tilia Company.
Tin rt-fore-roar iiiuti.v i??a ?af? wiltl u? a* v> ilti vtmr hank. Semi s.J
hi Fosl-Offce order, or rei5??lare*J. mail, anil jou will receive ?lock bj
return mini
N'nrtli-Atnerican Mining and Developing Company, Janean, Alaska.
Write fur prospecto* to the
NORTH-AMERICAN
MINING and DEV. CO.
?J.S l'tiion S?|uare.
NEW YOHK.U. 8. A
genis wanted ?very where to sell our stock. 'vdec 10. -Gt.
VALLEY
BE? art 1011 ASSOCIATION
Home Office, Woodstock; Va.
OKFIl'EKf-lt
J. L. WISM AN, P. es. and eeaaral Manager.
W. S. FRENCH, Vi-ae President.
W. W. LOGAN-Sesy. and Treas.
DIBF.?TORBt
J. L W ISM AN, M hl.CAMPHKL..,
OKO R QKARY, M. V. FltE\CH,
W. w. LOO AN, P. W. MAGKUDKK,
The following ara agesta f?r the Association:
II. C. Bnrgeaa, Kusabnr?*, Vs. M. L Hnarr. HarrUville, Va
Cha*. Sw?riz, Maorertown, Va. Usury A. Wbisaen, Killnbarg, Va.
Chaa Bowman, Mt. Jack ?on, Va. C. W. Bennick, New Market. Va.
Cbaa. I). Hariaon, Haniaooburg, Va. Josl 8. Borden, Tom'? Brook, Vs.
Money advanced on the Stock of the Association, or loaned on ml estate aeenrity
on easy term*.
Partie* deairlng to pr?vida tor themselves bornea, or to pay oft ?odebtednea* inania]!
monthly payment? will Had tba Asaoeiatlou to b? Just what tbey want.
Addreaa W. W. LOOAM. 8?oy. and f raas. Woodstook, Vs., for paper* and in
ormat'on; *???* Sa, Jone 12 ''-?C??I.
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AYER'S
Saisaparilla
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the
BEST SARSAPARILLA.
"Best" is an casv boast. But there's no l>est without a test. You
expect something extra of best ; something extra in bread from best
flour; something extra in wear from best cloth; something extra in
cures from best medicines. It's that something extra in Ayer's Sarsa
parilla that makes Ayer's the best. That something extra is quality.
Remember it's quality that cures, not quantity. Geo. Smith of the
People's Druir Store, Seymour, Conn., says: "I have sold your goods
for twenty-five years and when a customer asks me lor
The Best Preparation
for the Blood
I say: 'Ifyou will take my opinion, use Ayer's Sarsaparilla; I will guar?
antee that you will receive more benefit bv using one or two bottles of
Ayer's than you would by using halt'a dozen bottl me other kind.'
When they take it, I never hear any complaint.''
Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin in impure
blood: sores, ulcers, boils, eruptions, pimples, eczema, tetter, scrofula, etc.
It cures cheaply, it cures quickly, and it cures to stay. That's why it's best.
" Af'.t-t twMty yet r to
any similar preparation on the market, and I give il I
A C. WOODWARD, Worcester, Mas?.
"In our e?timation, as regards Sarsaparilla. Ay.r's i? tl We have never
hcirJ it ipoksa of in other than the very highest term?."
w. E. TERRILL ... r, Vu
?iiier Aysr'a Sarsaparilla the bcsl
Or. CRISE & CO., Waal Cardaer, Mass.
" Puring fifteen years of experience v.ith Ayer'? 1 have yet lo learn of a
i ! lo cure if ut<
1 . ". ' "? ; INS, Druggist, Paris, Mo.
"I believe Ayer's S-r?apiril!a contains more medicinal value than any other similar
compound." JAMES DO ANE, Dupenaiag Cheinist, Kingavills, ?Ont.
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iword before yen can gal a grasp ?if the
Divin? band.
< ?h, whut a glorious state tat things
to bave Um M?Bdabip of Qodl Why,
<aa Boald affnnl to have ?ill the world
against as and all other worlds a-Minst
ii? if we had Qod fur us. Hi- could iu a
niitiut?' blot out this uiiiviTM'. and in
?mutiler minute iii:ik?> a battBT universe.
I bars no idsa that God tri.-ii baid
when h?- iii.uli' all thinga. The most
brilliant thing known to Bl is light,
ami fur the creation ?if that lit. only
em l -i word of Boaunand. As oat of a
flint a frniitii-rsiiian Strikes B ?-park, fo
(Hit of OBS word (?ml struck the BOOB?
day .?un. Fur the making of the present
nniviTsi- I do nut read that < iod, lifted
so much as a Bagar. Tin- Bible fre
?iu? ntly spiiiks Of (iiid's hand and (rod's
srm Bad God'a shonltler and God ?
Then suppose In- should put hand and
arm and shoaldeB and foot to BUBUSl
tension, what could BS not make? That
(iod of such demonstrated and andern*
sswtiated strangth yon may have for
your pr?sent and Bvarlastiag friend, not
I stately nud retirent lrieiid, hard to
Betas, bat at apprtaaohabl? a? a conu
try mansion on a summer day, when
all the dimrs and wiinl.<ws ar>- wide
open. Christ said. "I am the d">r. "
And ho is a ".vide do r, a blgfa d :'. B
palaoa door, an always open door.
No One to Crj To.
My 4-yenr-oltl child got hurt and did
not cry until hours after, when her
mother came home, and then she burst
la?to weeping? aad sosneof tb< ?
Doctors Can't
Cure It!
Contapious blood poison is absolutely
beyond the akill of the doctors. The)
may done a patient for year., on their
mercurial and potash remed?????, bol h?
will never bo rid of the disease: "n the
other hand, his condition will grow
steadllj worse. B. 8. 8, Is the only eure
for this terrible affliction, because it is
the only remedy which K'"'s dlreet to
thi oaaas of this disease and force? it
from the lYBtatn.
I wa? afllli-t.-il with Blood I'oi.nn. and Hi?
b?'?t doct??rs ?li?! me bo k.I. ih..\:
tin tr iri'iitiii.'iit f ai ! li
fully. In tact, 1
to ae t w,?r?e nil t It ??
vMte. 1 look ?Inn.-I
,-ftll a il 1, ! n .. ,1
renn-dy. Imt tiny dldnol
BBBSt "tu ri mil ?lu- ?lis
easr. ami liad ti" ? (T.-'i
whatever. I ? n s .11 s
hcarti?iiMl. f..r it *aaa?fd
?ha! 1 wmilil never In?
cur, .1 At till- i|.U|l-t> lit
I I li-'li tool
:;,| OrUmU to im
pr.iv.-. I continued tli?
merllrlne. anil tt rured me completely, t.iillil
lag as ay h.-altli ami Increasing tnv appetlta
Altlmiikth ihl? w?? ien year? ago. 1 have neve!
yet hada ?Ignof the dlacase t?> return.
W. li Nu? ?i in.
BtSBBloa, Va.
It Is like ?elf-destruction !? continue
to take potash and mercury ; beaidei
totally deatroslng the digestion, they
dry ip the nmi-r.iw in the liones, pro?
ducing a atiffneaa and swelling of the
joint I, causing the huir to fall out, and
comp.etely wreeking the SfStaflB.
SS?Blood
is guarnntceil I'urely \ egetnlile, and i?
the only blood remedy free IrOSB thesa
dangerous minerals.
B??ok on s.-lf-treiitmont ?cnt free by
Hwift .Specific Com puny, Atlanta, tin.
.IcA'FEE AND LOVE IT
Main BtBtBt. oppoa.te Hie clothing
I' ro of flor?i?y A Aiwell.
fir* Priinpt andtoli*? attei tloo or
? ? Dbleprlcea.
?Kr.13
ties, m t nuil, i -r inding hum.m natal
sniil to her, "Why did you not cry !
fore?" ?-tie answered, "There was
one to cry to." Now, I have to tell y
that while human sympathy may lie a
s. nt divine sympathy is alwa;
lie. (iive (iod your love and get 1
love, your servira end secure his hel
your : and have his para?
(?ml a friend! Why, that m
ymir wounds medicated, all your si
rows ?in tin l. and if ? une rod?
should hurl you "'it of ? arth
would only hurl yon into heaven.
if God is your friend, you cannot |
our ? f the world too quickly or sudde
ly so far as your own bappin
cerned. Tin re were two Uhristiana wl
ant- ri ?1 heaven. The one was itandii
at ?i window in perfect health, watc
insj a shower, and the lightning li
stantly si? w him, bul the lightning d
not Hash down tin1 sky as swiftly a? h
spirit tlashnl upward. Tin- Christi,:
mau who died on the mm? day ne:
door had lut n for a year or two failli
in health, and for the last time montl
had Mitl'irnl from a diaeaaa that ma?
the nights sleepless and the ?lay- I
angnish. Do you not really think tin
tbo case of the one who went instant!
whs mors desirable than the one wli
i at? n ?1 the shining gate through a Ion
lane of insomnia and eongestianT I
the one case it was like your Standin
wearily at a door, knocking ami wail
lag and wondering if it will ever opei
and knocking and waiting again, whil
in the other cast) it WBS a swlngia
open ?of the doos at Ute first touch?
your knuckle Cue your friendship t
Ci d and have ( iod's fricnd.-hip for you
ami even theworai accident will be
victory.
Vnlue of Divine Frli-nd.lilp.
BOW ri fre-hing i.? human friendship
and true friends, what prlosll
lires! Wlieii ?-i? kli- : i trotibl
comes und ?b ,i*h OOfflBB, we ?end for on
friends lirst of all. and tin lrappcaraiio?
in our doorway In any crisis i? re-en
n nt, ami win ii they have niter
? il, we say, "Now it is all right!" Ob
what would WS do wirb ur |
friimis. basta? ?s tri? mis, family friends
But we want something inightiei
than human friendship in th?' greai
exigeiici? ?. Win n .Iniiiithaii l-'dwards,
in bis anal hour, had given lbs last
goodby to all lii-s earthly frii inls, hi
turned ou hi? pillow ami el
eye?, conlidently saying, "Now when
is Jesus of Na/.-irt th, my true and ln-vci
failing Friend.-'' Yes, I Btlmlrs human
friendship as seen in the BBSS "t David
and .buiathaii, of Paul and ? ?iiesiphorus,
of Herder and ? ioi'the, of <. i
and Reynolds, of 11? ituniont ami 11. tell?
er, of Crowl? y and Harvey, of Krasmus
and Thomas Mure, of I.essing and Men
del.-sohn. of C.iily < hurehill and Prin?
ce?.? Anne, of * ir?-te? and Pyhei
re'inesting that liiin.?elf might take tho
point of th?- dagger, bo the other might
be spared ; of Kpaminonil.is and Pi hpi
das, who locked their shields in 1 atrip,
determined to die together, hut the
grand? ?t, th?' mightiest, tin? BtaatttBrBB*
frienilship in all the universo is the
friand ship between Janas ' in ist and a
believing ?.oil. Yet, after all I have
said, I feel I have only dono what
Jalases Marshall, the miner, did in IMS
in California, bet?re its gold mines
\tin known, lie r? aile d iu and put
upon the table of his employer, Captain
.Sutter, a thimbleful of gold dunt.
"Whamdid ven gei that:" suid his em?
ployer. The reply was, "I got it this
morning fi. in u mill raco from which
the water hud been drawn off." Put
that gold dust, which could haw- baSB
taken up h?tw. ?n the finger ami the
thumb, was ' und spc? ininu
that revealed California'? wealth to nil
nations. And today 1 have ouly ? at be
fore yon a .?-. ? Inten of tas value'of di?
vine friendship, only a thimbleful of
minea inexhauatibleaiid infinite, though
all tune mid all eternity go on with the
exploration.
Natural Irritation.
rll? ?May I hold your hand?
?Yas, If ymi like (short pause).
Charlie?May I have a kiasl
I.-; y?It strikes me that you live
from hand to mouth.?Town Topics.
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an Court Sri?!, eaajB*BiBB Irwm'a Drng
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oa.it le, linjfB, veal ?Blyea and imiiitry.
Try n? b. luce nt-111 d K eine? be ?a,
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only aak yen ta air? ??? a cha?ne. Y. aw
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to represent ii?. We <l..n't re.niiiv | , , ,?t
of thi-ii money in aihance for a Sj.oo
BOX of our
KING'S Vegetable and Flower Seedi,
which Uto be SS-M for u?. .tint for th?
little lill?.- ii.'i'.??aiv lo ?ell II ?
we giro ? Nice NICKLF WATCH, ??te n
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Seed? Immediately, anil give you a ?tar
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