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I u SECTION THREE THE SALT L LAKE HERALD SUNDAY MARCH 20 1904 lJo 1 1
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ftA OJAVB OJ AVE Gal Cal1lhls This railroad town townJs townon townlvi
M lvi on the edge tJt the Mojave desert desertIs
Is the headquarters for several seeralfWores severalseores
scores of gold rind silver ntlniiig nhting campsThere campeThere camps entnpsThere
There are alway < miners In toWn An AnexperIence Anexperience
experience meeting participated ih 1t by bya bYa
a Jot of old soldiers of fortune tortuneete fortuneveteran fortuneveteranui1ner veteran n nmIners
miners and prospectors prospe tors who have havechased havechastd havechased
chased the fickle goddess go dees Luck from
Df digging to digging and camp to camp campall campall
all over the west for a generation or ormore ormoreIs ormoreIs
more moreIs is always interesting One big bigone bigone
one occurred at the saloon down the therailroad tberailroad theaiIroad I
railroad track the other night nightSpeaking nightSpeaking
Speaking about bull luck In stum stumbling stumbUngonto stumblingonto ¬ 11 11Speaking
bling bUngonto onto a l rich mine paid Col John JohnFoster JohnF08ter JohnFoster
Foster the patriarch of miners in the thesouthwest thesouthwest I Isouthwest
southwest there was Bill Campbell CampbellHe I
He came out from a teamster job jobIn jolin
In Chicago along about la6 1S16 as poor as asJobs asJobs I IJobs
Jobs turkey Any manwithout man without Bills BillsJu Billslwk BillsIUk
Ju lwk k would have been klckedinto king klngof ¬
of 4 dom come instead of the fattest dig diggings algglngs aiggings ¬
gings in the territories territoriesIt
It was Ilka Uk this Bill was hauling
freight from Tucson over to a little littlesilver BtUesilver littlesilver
silver camp In the Sonora range He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was about as clumsy as they make makemen makemen makemen
men and he never never rndde a trip without withoutbeing withoutbeing withoutbeing
being bitten or kicked or trodden upon uponby uponby uponbY
by hie hl team He was so blamed poor poorthat poorthat poorthat
that he had to stand It all or die of ofstarvation orstarvation ofstarvation
starvation starvationOnemule starvationOno starvationOne
Onemule Ono mule in the string Old Sam Samwas Samwas Samvas
was a regular devil The brute knew knewthat knewthat knewthat
that Bill wasafraid of him and annevQr annevQrml never nevermissed nevermiseed
missed ml ed a chance to kick at him himOne himOne himOne
One day Bill BiUstartea started from Tucson Tucsonwith T Tucsonwith Qson QsonWllh
with a heavy load bound to Smiths Smithscamp Smlthsamp Smithscamp
camp The distance was eighty miles milesand milesand mitesand
and part of the th way w y the road was washardly was11ardly washardly
hardly more than a trail along the side sideof sideot SIdeof
of the mountains mountainsHalf mountainsHaIr mountainsHalf
Half a dozen good teamsters had hadturned hadturned hadturned
turned down the t o contract Bill took it
because the pay was more than dou ¬
ble blethat that on any other rout routlanded routeLanded rontlanded
landed in a n Mine nineWe MineWe I IWe
We thought the outfit would roll rollover rolIover rollover
over the grade but Bill succeeded in ingetttng InlietUngo ingetting
getttng over sixty miles of the road roadThen roadThen roadThen
Then he was at Porcupine a narrow narrowridge narrowridge narrowridge
ridge along which the road ran and andon n non nd ndon
on each side was a deep canyon At Atno Atno Atno
no place was the road more than a acouple acouple acouple
couple of feet wider than a wagon and andthe andthe andthe
the grade was very heavy heavyHalf heavyHalf
Half way across something startled startledOld startledOld startledOld
Old Sam and he begun to kick Bill Billwhipped BillwhiPPed Billwhipped
whipped and swore swore Sam only made madehis madef madehis
f his heels fly faster and at last man managed ntanaged alanc ¬
c aged to get outside the traces Then Thenas Thenas Thenas
as if satisfied with the fun he had had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the brute brutelay lay Ja down right in the trail trailand trailand trailand
and defied Bills every effort to get gethim get111m gethim
him up upA UpA upA
A couple of Mexicans happened happenedalong happenedalong happenedalong
along At Bills invitation they took tookhand tooka
a hand with balky Sam One of them themgathered themgathered themgathered
gathered dry grass gra s and piled it close closeto cloeto cioeeto
to the mules hind quarters and set it iton iton Iton
on lire fireIt lireit
It took Sam about abo f t two seconds to toChanse tochange j
change hi0 position and landhis land his heels heelson heelson j
on Bills stomach with n a forp force that
sent Bill over the edge 01 the road and anadown anddown anddown
down the bank He dropped over thir thirty thlrt thirty ¬
ty t feet down the side of the mountain mountainVhere
Where do you think that cues land
od 11 Why on the edge of the great
Daylight mine mineThe mineThe
The Mexican in pulling up grass trasshad raes
had torn away earth e rth revealing pa parock payrock
rock beneath It While hUe Bill was rolling roUln roUlnaround
around on the ground in pain he got gota
4 a glimpse of the goldspecked rock but buthp butbe
he kept his mouth shut shutuV1um
When he had investigated he wrote wrolett
to tt his brother In Frisco Frl eo to gather up upall
all the cash he could and get down to toArIzona
Arizona as soon as possible po lblt > The first firstthing firstthing
thing we knew a gang nl g of o men were at atork
8 work ork developing the Daylight Da lhht mine mineIt nitneIt
It paid 1000 a month almost from rom romtile
the start Along about 1880 it paid a aclear
clear 3000 a month Bill died rich In
Europe EuropVhat
What became of the mule You can
bet b > t that Bill never forgot thatbeast that beast
He bought the finest tenacre pasture
land down in the Santa Rita RIt foothills oothlllsnear
near a Mexicans house built a stable
for the mule to t sleep in at night and andpaid andpaid andpaid
paid the Mexican exlcan to see that Old Sam Samnever Saml1fVfr Samuver
never wanted a mules comforts of
life
Speaking about mules said white
haired Col George Layton reminds remindsme
me of the time that Leland Lelan Stanford Stanfordwas
was tried for murdering the best mul
in Placer county It must mu t have been beenalong beenalong beenalong
along about 18SL 18SLPined 1111Pined 1851Pined
Pined the Drinks DrinksStanford DrinksStanford DrinksStanford
Stanford was wa a young slip of a fel ¬
low with a pretty prett girl wife tfe out from
Wisconsin He had some money more and andsaw andsaW
r saw aw he couldnt make a cent at running
a law shop The miners made their theirown theirown theirown
own law and book law 18 wasnt werth wortha I Ic
a cent there thereSo thereSo thereSo
So Sanford brought a wagon load loadof loadof loadof
of baoon flour molasses beans and
dried apples at Sacramento hauled
them up to Michigan Bluffs In Placer Placercounty PJacercounty Placercounty
county made a tent out of his wagon wagoncover wagoncover
cover and nd opened a store storeThere storeThere
There wasnt wa nt much doing the first
few days Stanford ured to He down
in his tent and
sleep until pome ne cus ¬
tomer woke him up It meant hanging
for any anyone one to got caught stealing in
those days when one could make 10 10a 10n 10a
a day da by a little industry Industr in panning
out the gold goldOne gooldOne goldOne
One day da a 0 fellow lellowBtruck struck camp on the
finest burro seen se n at the Bluffs in weeks
The fellow unpacked his hI belongings belongingsand
and turned his burro loose to pick pickwhatever pickwhatever pickwhatever
whatever he could find in the th way wa r of ofgrug ofgrug ofgrug
grug grugThe
The straw around aroun Stanfords tent t l
attracted his attention first Then he
began nosing around inside It wasnt
three minutes until the th beast had hl his hieos
nose os in the dried apple barrel
After eating e tlng all he could get away aw awwUh
with he sauntered untere < off down to the thecreek thereek
creek and took a good drink of water
In half An hour there was a dead
burro bwrroThe blrroThe
burroThe
The owner of the jack wanted Stan ¬
ford to pay for the beast Stanford Stanfordgot Stanfordgot Stanfordgot
got mad and demanded deman ed pay for his
dried apples After wrangling over it
all the afternoon they the agreed to leave it
to t a jury juryFirst jUr jUrFlrst juryFirst
First the stranger wa was tried for
stealing dried apples and was 8S acquit ¬
ted on the ground that a man was as not notcriminally notcriminally notcriminally
criminally liable for the acts of his
burro l > urro Then Stanford was tried for
killing the jack and acquitted on tho thoground th
ground that he was not criminally re roIponslble ¬
sponsible for theswelling the swelling properties of
hi hlfll dried apples applesThen aplesThltl applesThen
Then they the tried the damage case
each had against the other and the th
jury wy reached re ched the conclusion that it was
a split and fined them both for drink
for the court courtA courtA courtA
A Hard luck Story StoryThe storyThe StoryThe
The discussion dl eue loh returned to the luck
that has found some rich mines in the
west Major laJorSandws Sanders a famous soldier soldierof eoidilof
of fortune in the mining fields of th thsouthwest tl1o tl1outhwetJt tlihsouthwest
southwest tilted his chair against the
bar and said saidIve 8Il1dTe saidIve
Ive been mining now fortytwo fortYtwoCaIS fortytwoyears
years CaIS and Ive come to the conclusion
that luck In mining means an ability
to look deeper into the earth than other
folks I could sit here all night and tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you Illustrations to prove my Idea but butone butone butone
one will do doAlong doAlong
4 Along at the time of the Mofloc Io 1 c 1n In n r ¬
Ban war up In the lava beds near the
Oregon line I was working a nt claim In
Plumas county The mine was called
the Billy All the boys there agreed aG agedwith ed edIwIth
with me that the Billy BUl would oui mak mnb me
rich L Ld
d richI I kept at work on it every day w untilall un until untJlall n nall
all my 1109 capital hadgotieJJSo hadltgOfte ij iiLo to the thether
tunQel for sTub tools i1d IJftr ijrglyaor iglwr
indo < I wr wrOibakti teba tIJ
fiiDrother i > ther near nearr nearr
r
Rochester N Y to lend me m J600 600 I Ikept Ikept
I kept steadily at work workTh workTbe
j j 1 The Th miners came and saw me mesootlng mesweating
sweating and blasting away awn in my myi mytunhel
i tunnel All of them said I was dead deadsure deAdI deadsure
I i sure to get rich ore in a week or more moreWell
I Well when my borrowed borro mon moneY y wad wadgone wasgon wa wagon
gon I had put two years Into the work workI
j I was wnl worried wor led because I knew that my m
J brother had a growing family famn to sup supi suppdrt
i port p rt and he had mortgaged his pla plhe
to help me The tunnel was then ISO ISOfeet 180feet
feet in the rock rockI
SI I became discouraged and got sick sickwondering sickwondering sickwondering
wondering why I had ever been such a afool atool afool
fool as to keep pegging along there therewhen therewhen
when I might have got rich as the theother theother theother
other miners had done by the dozen dozendown dozendown dozendown
down in Calaveras county
One morning as I was gathering up upmy upmy upmy
my tools to quit a business like man mancame Inancame mancame
came up up He asked as1 d to see the mine minewhich mineWhich mineWhich
which was mostly in solid lid rock with ivitilout without vltl vltlout ¬
out timbering After he had closely closelyexamined closelyexamined closelyexamined
examined both walls he casually asked askedme askedme askedmG
me if I wanted to sell sellI
I feigned t lgned indifference and after aftercalculating afterOOlcuraUQg aftercdlculating
calculating 190 feetof feet of tunneling at 510 510a 10 10a
a foot answered that I might sell If I Igot Igot Igot
got my price priceOf priceWell i
Of Well whats your our price priceTwentyfive priceTwentYfiVe priceTwentyfive
Twentyfive hundred dollars I re replied rcplied replied
plied with my heart in my mouth mouthCome mouthCome mouthCome
Come down to town and get your yourmbney yourmbney our ourmoney
mbney was the answer answerHe answere answerBe
He e Was An Expert ExpertThat ExpertThat ExpertThat
That That night I went to thfc th tavern ta rn in inPlumas InPlumas in1Iumas
Plumas ate off china dishes and XUl slept sleptwith sleptwith sleptwlth
with 2500 under my pillow ahd In Inclean Inclean inclean
clean sheets for the first first time tlmeIn in two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years Next morning the purchaser purchaserasked puschaserflSked purchaserasked
asked me to help him put In a eouple coupleof eoupleotshots
of otshots shots and of course courseJ i J agreed apre aredVhen aredVhenwe d When Whenwe et1 et1we
we got g t to tothe the tunnel h heXamitied exam examncd Wed the thewall thewaU thewall
wall and selected a point about abo utl00fee 100 feet feetfrom feetfrom t
from the mouth mouthThe mouthThe mouthThe I
The minute he laid hqld of the thesledge thesledfe thesledFe
sledfe I saw he wasan expert e pert miner minerIn mlnerIn minerIn
In six hours we had two holes in the therock therock therock
rock When the shots went off I could couldhardly couldhrab couldhardly
hardly keep myself from running Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the tunnel tunnelAfter tunnelAfter tunnelAfter
After the smoke had cleared away a awaywas way
r I was the first on the spot There lay layDeposed lay9posed laycposed
Deposed cposed a body of ore sparkling with withthe withthe withthe
the golden bits The ledge was after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward found to be three feet thick It Itran Itran Itran
ran over 3100 100 to the ton tonI
I had dug my tunnel Just a yard yardaway yardaway yardaway
away from the gold vein a year be before before before ¬
fore I had been in and out of that thattunnel thattunnelhousands thattunnel
tunnel tunnelhousands thousands of times and never neverfortune I
knew now near I was passing the big
fortune which I had hoped prayed and anddreahied anddreahl anddreahied bigL L I
dreahied dreahl d for every minute In all those thosemonths thosemonths thosemonths
months monthsI
I had such a fascination for wanting
to know how big a fortune I had hadmissed hadmi8sed L Lmissed
missed because I couldnt see into the thereeks thereeks thercek
reeks rcek as my buyer had done that I lay layaround layarQund la laaruud
around Plumas for a few weeks weeksOre weeksOre weeksOre
Ore that went as high as 3124K 1200 1200a I Ia
a ton was taken from my mine In Insix Insbc Insix
six weeks the buyer got more more than
13000 out of the property prop rt and in a ayear aear ayear
year ear it ran to even 100000
In i the he Summer of J51 J51Your 151Your 51 51Your
Your stOry st l ry about how you worked workedthe
t the he tunnel without a dollar coming in insaid Inld
s said ld d Major Bucks reminds me of the theeasy theeallY theasy
e easy asy was one could get gold when hen I Itruck IIftruclt Itruck
3 Iftruclt truck that same country in the sum summer sumer ¬
ii mer m er of 1S51 1S51I
I
I was young and reckless then and
II like ke ninetenths of the men about me I
dg didnt < d idnt exert myself to get any an more moregold moregold moreold
g gold g old than was necessary JleCeSSar to have an aneasy aneasy anasy
e easy time about camp to gamble and andto andto ando
t to o go down to Frisco for an occasional occasionalfrolic occasionalrolic
f frolic rolic Sometimes now I wopder if it itnot
i is id not all adream a dream and whethet I ever ever everid
t did d id really renll pan p n out 75 5 and and10U 100 Worthof worth worthof
o of f nuggets and dustin one day da daone
One J June re day in 1852 three of us usyoung usyoung uaoung
y young chaps left I tt Hangtown now nowMeervilie
Ptecervllla P on a prospecting tour up
t the he Yuba river It wag wa no trick to tomake tomake toake
r make m ake money then Every one had a apaokf amlGkful anokful
mlGkful s paokf ul or so of gold lying around some eomewherc somewhere
v where wherere w here
whercWe hereWe
We re left our little sacks in a candle candleox
l box b ox at Mark Hopkins store in Hang Hangowr4
t townv towr owr4 and struck out for up the river
We packed our blankets picks pans pansarid pansarid jansand
arid shovels a rocker a little grub grubcoffee grubcotree grubcoffee
coffee pot and frying pan on a a mule muleOur
Our sole Idea was to make a fortune fortuneof
of a a million or so f > > during the next year yearand yearand yearand
and then gojtock g ge back to Jersey J erey and be the
biggest men In the state stateJust stateJust stateJust
Just above Fentons bar we located locateda locatedclaim
a claim on virgin ground and went to towork towork towork
work We dug and panned and rocked
just an hour by the watch The clean cleanup cleanup cleanup ¬
up weighed four ounces of clean gold goldThat goldToot goldThat
That was an ounceaplece ounc aplece or at the therate therate therate
rate of ten ounces each for a full days dayswork dayswork dayswork
work An ounce of gold was worth worthabout worthabout orth orthabout
about 17 at that time timeWe timeWe timeWe
We held a consultation Even big bigas bigas
as our profits were we werent satis satisfled Sttl9fied ntUslied
fled for word had come down to us
from Hunts Bend that some men there
had been 1j n making 1000 each In two
days da g A little figuring showed sh yea us that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we were fools to stay where we could couldonlymake couldonlytnake couldonlymake
onlymake 160 or or 170 a a da daAnother day dayAnother dayAnother
Another Piece of Luck XuckThe LuckThe LuckThe
The next day we struck struck out for
Hunts Bend leaving our our puny diggings diggingsat
at Fentons Bar to aparty party of Irish boys
that had just come Into > the country
And what do you 01 think 1 In one year I
those cusses cuss cleaned up over 300000 Jir
the diggings that wehad thrown thr wn aside
We fooled around Hunts Bend four or Otve
five ve months making barely enough to
keep us In grub and clothes clothesI t
I knew a Dutchman In Montana a
few years agq agj said a middleaged middleagedstranger middleagedstranger middleagedstranger
stranger who whostood stood leaning l ardng on the bar barwho barwho
uwho who made 7000orSOPP OOOor SOP9lrom from a a little littlequartz lIUlequartz littlequartz
quartz mine and if that wasnt the thepurest thepurest thepurest
purest piece of luck you OU ever heard of
I want wantto to know it itThe itThe itThe
The Dutchman Dut hmanhad had < a big lgfaplily family familyand
and his older chlldreh chUqrebllelped helped him him in
his search for pay rockThe rock The e 10yearold 10ear ld
daughter dreamed that b oy b a certain certainmonznUa cert certainmethalnita ln
monznUa bush up on a mountain side sidewas s sidewasan e eWag
was wasan an opening into In to a a ledge ofyellow ofyellowgoldbearing of yellow yellowgoldbear1ng ellow ellowgoldbearlng
goldbearing quartz quartzThe quartzThe quartzThe
The old man paid no attention to t th thgirls tJ the thegirls e egirls
girls talk The girl told of the thesame same
dream a week or r so s later Still the old oldman oldman oldman
man paid no attention to her prattle
Papa said aId she one morning Ive
dreamed thre times about that gold goldmine goldmine goldmine
mine up upb by tile manzanita bush bushThe bushThe
The old man thought there might
be something eomethIngin In her dream So he and
his boys hunted for days for a crooked crookedmbnzanita crookedml crookednnzanIta
mbnzanita ml nznnita bush such as the girl de described descrIbed deSCribOd ¬
scribed from her dreams dreamsThe dreamsTh dreamsThe
The Th Gold Was There ThereWhen ThereWhen ThereWhen
When they found it they got their theirpicks theIrpicks theirpicks
picks and shovels and uncovered the therock therock
rock pulverizing a a chunk of It in a amortar amortar a amortar
mortar and found it to be worth about
so 50 a ton I can prove this to be a dead I Ifact
fact for I was right there at the thetime thetime thetime
time Besldeg Besld I married the girl who
had that dream and Ill be hanged If Ifshes II IIshes
shes ever had any an sort of o dream like
that since nme
The Theman man George Harper who found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the Fairwell mine In the Wickenburg
district of Arizona ten jears years ago was wasthe wasthe WflSthe
the blamedast fellow eIlowDrJuck for luck luckI 1 ever
Knew Kne of remarked Captain Ca tnln Phil Ma Mason Mason Mason ¬
son 1 knew Harper welland well ilnd was In iothe Inthe inthe
the neighborhood when they located the5 the5mine th thmine thdmine
mine so rip I In getting getting9 pri my facts factsGeorge act
George and a comrade came ouVpt ouVptsome o otito1 otito1rome t t
some college back east with the inten intention Intt Intttion intentloii
tion of doing mining scientifically slentIflc lb
They went into New Mexico and Ari Arizona Arlzona Anzone
zona and got jobs with ith several mining miningcompanies miningcom miningcompanies
companies companiesSjlver com companiesSilver pan i eE eESilver
Silver got much cheaper and the themines themines themines
mines Vlosed closed down That was along I Inbout
ubout 1800 Georgewas left to hustle hustleHe hustleHe hustleHe
He turned turJH > d prospector and for a few fewyears fewyears I Iyears
years went wenttramplngOver tramping tramping4over over the moun mountains mountaino ¬
tains in southern soutoh < < rn Arizona Art otm locating 1000 ling all allkinds 11 11kindS allkindt
kinds of j0oc4fled eoc ocdJled l d mfnftis mlpl g claims By
the th fell fallof of 1598 George wapclean wap clean bust busted busted busted ¬
ed and couldnt find a thing to do doThe doThe doThe
The Discouraged Prospector ProspectorYou
You never saw S w such a discouraged discouragedman discouragedman
man He walked over to the Yavipal Yavipalgold Yavlpnlgold Yuvpaigold
gold district to saygoodbye to his old oldcollege oldcollege oldcollege
college chum < for George had made mad up
his mind to get back east somehow somehowIts somehowIts
I
Its no use fooling away my m time timeout tim timout timeout
out here looking for mInes said he to
me Why rnoone no bne ne ever makes any llY
money In prospecting now novGeorge notGeorge
George loafed about Prescott Pre ott and
Wickenburg for a few weeks The aft afternoon ntterncon niternoon ¬
ernoon before he was going to start startworking st startworking t tworking
working his way back to New York he heand hennd heand
and his chum chuthwent went for a a long walk walkover walkover walkover ¬
over the sunbaked hills around Wick Wiafcenburg Wlokenburg Wickenburg
enburg The two men sat down In a agulch DoguJ agulch
gulch guJ h and talked for hours
George was s poking his walking stick stickaround stickaround stickaround
around among amon the th stones and bowlders
lying there as all prospectors do from
force of habit out In th the mountains of ofa ofa ofa
a mining country George picked up a
bit of live rock and looked at it care ¬
lessly lesslyBy
By heavens said he studying It
thats got color In it itHe ItHe itHe
He took that float down to his hi tent tent
looked Jookedlt it over carefully carefull postponed hIs
departure for the th east and wqnt 1 t t twork twork to towork >
work following that bit of float to the themother themother themother
mother lode It took him a about Out a amonth a amonth amonth
month to do it itTo itTh ItTo
To make a long story short thats thatsthe thatsthe thatsthe
the way George Harper located the
Fairwell mine Go down in the Wick Wickenburg WIckerburg Wickemburg
enburg district todey tod todn and you will be betold bctold betold
told that the Fairwell FairweUmine mine used to toyield toyield toyield
yield about 30OOQ 300OQrorth worth of gold every everyyear everyyear
year and that It isstm is still afpretly good goodproducer gOQdproducer goodproducer
producer Hows tha tbat for luck luckSt St
Paul Globe GlobeOut GlobeOut T TOut
Out of the i 1douths lio piithsof thdbf fBalresChJcag6 Babes Babes1Chicago BabesChicago
Chicago News NewsTommy XewsTom1I ews ewsTommy
Tommy Tom1I said the teacher can nn you yourepeat yourepett OU OUrepeat
repeat the golden old6l1 rule ruleYes rUleY rtiier rtiierYes
Yes Y s maam mafam ma am replied Tommoy Do Dounto Dounto tounto
unto the tlteother other tellers what they the would
Hkfc todqunto tod Unto you youWhy youVhy O OWh
Why Wh Johnny Johnnyoxclaimod exclaimed a mother motherwhat motherwhat motherwhat
what do you ou mean by potifadlng po bdIng your
to toy bank with Iththe the hatchet
Im 3usf J t practicing mamma mammal l It replied
thejiajedfonow the lItij feliow When hen I grow up Im Imgqlng ImIf1S Fmgeiflg
gqlng If1S t to be ben a bank burglar burglarMamma burglarlammBWl1y burglarMamrn
Mamma lammBWl1y Why dont you OU eat your ojir 1r bread breadand breadand breadand
r rSmall
and butter Harry
Small Harry HarryI I dont ont want it itSmall
MammaRave fOU ou lost your our ippotite pp tlte
Small Harry HarryI fdpnt r dQnt ont know but bUtIC If youI Y 11 11glmme
gimme a pieceQf pl eQl pie p Ill Ulnd find out o outfor t oryou oryouLittle or you youLittle ou ouLittle
Little Elmer Elmerigfontl ip It fond of Bible stories storiesand stodesand storiesand
and often refers to them in unexpected unexpectedways unepcctedwa unexpectedways
wa ways s One day afterabsOrblng after absorblng a potash
lozenge that had been given Iven him for Ws Wssore hissore hi hisore
sore throat he said Mamma that fel ¬
low Esau was a chump to trade his birth birthmark birthmark birthmark
mark for a mass of that stuff stuffSnide sturo stuffSnide
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Snide Lights on History HistoryChicago HistoryChlC1fg iztory iztoryChicWg
Chicago Journal JournalJob JournalJob JournaLJob
Job was as waiting patiently for the doc ¬
tor At last he came cameDoc cameDoc cameDoe
Doc aid id Jbo can you tell me the
difference between me and andDvld andDvldIm David DavidIm DavidIm
Im up against It said the th doctor
Tell T f ll Jell it itWell itWell
Well said Job David is a manly
boy and I am a bolly man manThat manThat manThat
That was only onl another of Jobs hu humors irsmore humors ¬
mors
Why said Samuel Johnson one even ¬
ing to David Garrick is a a misogynist
like an epithalamium epithalamiumMIstalv epialalamlumMlsta
MIstalv Mlsta Johnslns > said Garrick who Whlwas whowas nh nhwas
was a wonderful Impersonator dat am a aVA aey
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4 man suffer utt uffQr r f
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4 his weakness a check to his loss of vitality + <
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WATCH ATCI1 THE SKIN KIN FOR FOR8iGNS SIGNS OF BAD BLOODBoils BLOOD BLOOD0Boils
Boils and pimples piniplessores sorest sores ulcers and pustular ptlstll ar or dry scaly skin eruptions are signs of
I bad b d blood When the bodily organs that nature has designed for the cleansing and andpurifi purifi purifiration
ation of the system break down or become torpid and inactive the blood takes up the theim theimaurities iin iinaurities im3ttrities
aurities and casts them out through the pores of the skin and a carbuncle or boil sore or ortching ortching ortehing
tching eruption of some kind is the result The warm days of spring arouse the th sluggish
lood the skin reacts and the humors hu ors and poisons that have been collecting collecti g in the system systemall
all 1l winter are suddenly thrown off by the blood and the pores are clogged and inflamed by
the acrid matter passing off and the skin has
STRONG AND VIGOROUS NOW
a J dry or oily appearance and red disfigur
Bucyrus Ohio August 17 isos isosmanner
i1ig blotches p pimples 1llples blackheads and all My Y general het health th was greatly run down end am satis satisfied satlsfled
of fied that my myblood blood was as weak and impure I felt extremely
manner tormen and
rrnenting hng stinging itching itchingthe
bad in more m re ways than thanone one and not getting any better do domy doruptions doeruptions
eruptions break through and continue until cided that I had best take something to cleanse and enrloe enrloeb enricomy
the riotous feverish blood b load has been b beenrestored een restored restoredlo my blood and and build up my general health Seeing S S S Shighly
highly recommended I
bogan its nso and can truthfully truthfullysay
lo 3 its normal state stateAt say that thstit it did me a great deal of good My appetite im improved imh allprovedunder ¬
At t this h IS season the t h e system should have a athonmgh proved provedunder tinder its use I gained in weIght and the medioino medioinomade
made me stronger and more vigorous in every way be besides ¬
thorough cleansing cleansinO 0 the blood purified purifi d and andall sides purifying and enriching my blood bloodMRS bloodMRS
all 1l the tJtebodily bodily organs toned tone up and andstrength andstrengthlle anc1str strength strengthenedor ngth ngthenedor ¬ MRS A MORROW MORROWTHE
enedor lle r you ou may look out fbra fbr a return of THE BEST OF HEALTH HEALTHYourS HEALTHr HEALTEYour
JOUr yourold r 0 Id s ki n trou trouble bI e 1 lateron ater onlot for as a1ong 1 ng as YourS Your S S S in my opinion is as good a medicine ar ara
can be had it simply cannot be improved upon1s a rome
a remnant of the disease remains remaIns in In the dy to purify and enrich the blood and to invigorate and andtone andbI andblood
bI blood d itis tl 1 liable Ia bI e to come b back ac k T The h euse use 0 of f tone up the system This spring my blood was bad and I Ilotions Iwa
wa run down in health and having seen your medicine
lotions powders soaps and salves salveslndiseases in diseases diseasesof highly advertised advertisedrcommenced commenced its use Today my blood bloodis
of o f the t h e skin s k rIn do d but b u t little 1 Itt 1 e good goo dc fonthe lOr h e blood bloodand b1 00 d is in fine condition and my general health is of the best bestAm
Am foreman for a large concern here and if ill Iwas I was not la lagood
and not the skin is IS the real seat seatofthetroub1 seatofth of the trouble good physical condition it would be impossible for me to topoison toIt tofill
It IS is In internal t ern a 1 no not t e exteinal t eU1 a1 Th The e h humor lmor or fin the place S S S has been of great service to me and
I do not hesitato to give it the credit it deserves deservesWM deser + es
poison pOlsonln pOisouin in the blood is IS the cause of the erup ¬ WM F VAN DYKE DYKEtion DYZEtion
tion anda and a blood purifier and not lotions or orsalves 815 Fifth St Beaver Falls Penn PennSKIN Pennsalves Pennsalves
salves is required inrthe i the treatment of these SKIN ERUPTIONS AND OTHER SIGNS SIGNSAlliance SIGNSskin
S skin 1 an d diseases 1seascs F Pace ace1ow powders d ers an and d cosme cometi lCS s Alliance Ohio August 5 1908 1908OJt 1OSbloodwas
Years ago my blood bloodwas was bad as evidenced by skin amp
of various vanous kinds f cover UP T for the time beIng tions tionsondlfferent tionsoudllfierentparts on different parts of ofthe the body and other othersymptoms symptoms so soth sothe
th the e ug uglybfeniishesblackheads 1 y bi lemlS h CS bl ac kh ea d s and d punp pimples 1 es O I T concluded 1H J J to try S O C S O S W knowing + 4 M 1t 4 + JA to TIA be highly l > 1w spoken spokenof itsl AV AVand
of f After usinga number of bottles bottlesdo do not remember just justhow
and glaze over the rough red skin but the how howmaohmYblood howmuohmyb1oodwasthoronghIypuriied much myblood was thoroughly purified and enriched enrichedand enrichedti enrichedand
ImpUn impurities ti eln in th the bl blood 00 d WI will 11 con continie ti n e to b break rea k and I was relieved of all eruptions andmanifestations of ofout
impure blood I believe your rour S S S t to be an excellent
out until the evil as is corrected at its fountain blood medicine MRS c E SHOEMAKER
head 516 E Patterson street streettake Streettake Streettake
Purify the blood and the skin will 10 L
take care careof of itself Potash Arsenic and strong mineral compounds so often used in skin dis diseases diseases diseases ¬
eases frequently do more harm than good They may dry up the eruptionbut eruption but the effect upon
the stomach and general system is far from front good A better and safer remedy for diseases of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this character and an an antidote for the humors and nd poisons poisonsthat poisonsthat
1v r that produce the different skin eruptions is found in S S S Sa Sa
a purely vegetable medicine containing no mineral or dan dangerous dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous drug of any description S S S is not only a blood bloodpurifier bloodpurifier
I purifier and system builder but a tonic and appetizer appetizerwithout appetizerwithout appetizerwithout
without a superior It not only eradicates the impurities impuritiesand
and humors that may be lingering in the blood but the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general health improves under und r its tonic effect eff ct and nothing excels it in cases of general debil
ity ityweaknessiossof weaknessloss weakness Joss of appetite and otjier otier cQmplaints common to spring and summer months
Write us if troubled with sores sores boils or eruptions of any description and we will have haveOUTphysician haveo haveourphysiciau
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I know the diseases and weaknesses weaknessesof weakne 9 9of
of men like an open Gpenbook book I have given givftimy gh givenmy n nm
my m life 1if to it and thousands upon thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of men restored to i VIGOROUS VIGOROUSVITALITY VIGOROLSITALITY VIGOROUSVITALITY
VITALITY are today lIving monu monuments monuments inonuments ¬
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cess of DOCTOR COOK I never hold holdout boldout holdout
out false hopee I never undertake a acase ase aSC
case se I cannot cure I have made so sothorough sothorough sothorough
thorough a study of all the diseases disea of ofmen ormenof ofmenof
men menof of VARICOCELK Y STRICTURE STRICTURECONTAGIOUS STRICTCRECONTAGIOUS STRICTUIIECONTAGIOUS
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON HY HYDROCELE HYDROCELE HYDROCELE
DROCELE NERVOUS DEBILITY DEBILITYGENERAL DEBILITYGE DEBILITYGENERAL
GENERAL GE RAL WEAKNESS LOSS OF OPVITALITY OFYITALITYancl OFVITALITYand
VITALITY YITALITYancl and have cured so many manythousands manythousands
thousands of cases that if there is h a acure a aure J Jure
< cure ure for YOUR disease dlsea you will find it ithere ithere ithere
here When I undertake a case there thereIs thprIs thereIs
Is no such thin thing as failure I CHARGE CHARGENOTHING CHARGENOTmNG CHARGEOTH1NG
NOTHING FOR CONSULTATION and andmy andm andmy
my m knowledge skill kfl1 and experience are areat areat areat
at your service I will explain to you youHOW youHOW youHOV
HOW AND WHY I CAN CA CURE YOU YOUwhy YOr1h YOUwhy
1h why the diseases dlsea eg of men require the thoIfcnowledg the1tnowledg thelnowledge
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Acute eute or Chronic cured quickly safe
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of the Tff efft effect > > < H t of earlv sarI follies MY NEAT N V METHOD CURE for this dis disease disoose disease ¬
ease is simple Imple It dissolves and removes all obstructions obstructionsT ob tructlows tructlowsf
T cure contracted blood poison in first flrtsecond firstsecond
f J I second and third stages st es My record of ofH ofthirty
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all stlges stages b br > 3fY NEWLY DISCOVERED METHOD vsd l exclusively exclusivelyby e tu81veI tu81veIby
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PRIVATE DI DISES S E ASES Es dislike to consult concu t their family ramIl doc doctor do dotor doeI doetor ¬
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heals the gland removes the obstruction and establishes e free passage pas a of
the natural secretions without pain or discomfort discomfortConsultation discomfortConsultation dISOmtortConsuitation
Consultation Is s free and invited and in consulting con ulthig me you may be besure besure
sure that nothing nothln that science can devise or skill perfect has been left
undone to afford you OU a speedy safe and permanent cure cureWHITE CUfP4WRITE cureWRITE
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