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"Don't mce." lndian.i.w.ii J,.,,,ni rUrrrr to mother and child and lens un- rwwieas sriercoiiaoemeot, result from weul -ittflher'slTrieBa." Bold by druggist. A!itnrs ra-eivvd more bravery cf irniia ey wie pattern or Achilles than by brin th uediutioa of fortitudo. Kir 1 Hail's Cstank Caie Ii Uiea internally, fries 7"o. mioisaTios I a mettled horse that will ornut me naws necu, whenadnokev would have carried him to the end of hi journey Weak and Weary Recans of a depleted conditio of the Wood. The remedr I to be found In pat-iacd, enriched and viUlixod blood, which will be given by Hood Barsapa- ruia, Ui great blood purifier. It will tone tha stomach, create an appetite and give renewed strength. Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla I th only true blood purifier prominent ly In tha publio eye to-day. (t; six for Vk Hood's Pills hnit,p tSTLOOK FOR THIS iTji x' ittsov &EEST SCHOOL SHOE "S FOB 2t-1llo13-$l.70 ttt lO-'tf 1.60 t It 3 - 2.00 IF YOI" CAN T OET THEM FROM YOUS DCALIR WRIT TO mTGHROWH SHOE CO., ail". XrOXXCS. Cortlcelll Lace Embroidery. ,IW The materials for thi . vrork are Corticelli Lace r M iMnDroideryBtlk,ireNo. 50O and Honiton hraA y. thes ire "Pplied to Ens f bleached linen in simple t f W pv the work popularity. y "l'lorence Home Needlework' 'S for 1895. which i now ready ' txpletn Uie subject fully. The ether subjects are Mosaic Embroidery (new design), Crochet nd Correct voiors tor t lowers, embroidered with Cortice!'.! Wash Silk. r"l aaiuawimiUllaai KQHQTVCi SILK CO., FLORSNOR, MASS. BEST IN THE WORLD. fS- . V(jf.4tiT6'tUv-nni toi1 1. .1 - .... " M THR ItWINO SUN rruve pvum ia enket for general blacking of a Move. THB SUN PA STB POLISH for s quick aftrr. dinner anise, applied and pol ished with a cloth. isire Ttru, rrops.. Canlon. Mass., tS.A. :"3 STOHE CHICAGO ""I FT CRrChT TRADE FOR . -.-. COOD FARM. " f in IT eool) LOCATION, f v "itnin '"D TUsSl CAff 11 i.-'l l.ltbAgai), ... t. ir. vt;,. snfl hn nttier hl.ta Wbtll ... - ,,m,. fiai! 'nb payment with ffwod , , . ,-,.T ' tntere't, wotii'i V" ae 1 - of ? ?.. A.tdr-. MVtltS i . ax ritk Strut, klac. III, . I f V L n aiMs aauiuss. Fi.ir ii.. 1 .... . - laliW TlurwEhliAII a f foffy fts Si'bls.fskbi, ! !' Uiorgtl:ii ' Jxschool hof Jr 1. ' aC ' - - SPW V " M i 1 In JO j C . I" TEA TATwE. htriw ay Pit. Aj I A rv.fr t ev. . -..a ja L.b"'b. t-.it I has beea. Bs,U-r t'.w ya-trosage of roi inn. i eti-.erprise eo- j e-jr-a,Ti t ,e r u.i-.r'-,.a f r.i::c ef- ".m lite rami pi':".:'a'...i. the j trui irrr ai v;...,,-e iatx.rrrv as I r.i st -.a more pn'ten'.-.ouai evaitauoi- t.es. S.Je by a:.ie ;'.b t-i.c ,f m- boa.! lcaiimr w.vk exei-uud by th A a CORSES TX TABI.K. princess of VI sle may be a screen of hammered brass which is the product of a eoal heaver. One of the best work ers in brass i a washerwoman. The corner table illustrated is one oi the exhibits, the work of two pupils oi one oi me scnools, ana it is both beau tiful in execution and unique i- desiim I 1 w built by one youair man and carved br another, ami la aV w-r j-ni I I I i is especially ufeful as a tea table. me cmoa 10 oe arraugeu on its shelves, tvhile its folding leaf can be raised and utilized for the tea-brewing apparatus. us snape afloras an often valuabU economy of space. HOMEMADE ICE BOX. L.M Lilllt Skill and Ktltl Less Exnenae - nraxtrd ta Mas One. t hen prosperil r r'irn over the land. things are loo cheap to warrant much time or labor being spent upon house- ao.u conveniences, but now, when economy is so absolutely necessary in so many homes, it ia well enough to treat upon ttio topio which forms the caption of this article. If the wage- earner Is out of work, part of the time or entirely, time and labor count for nothing in the production of house hold articles and it is always better to D well employed than to be idle. How, if not provided with a refriger ator for the summer, and it pay as well to buy ice for one as to buv the food that goes Into it, if vou have not a goott, eool, well-ventilnted cellar, let John make you one as follows: Get or make two boxes, one a foot smaller than than the other, and pack the space with sawdust. Hot the thing uown on tne cellar Boor. Each bos must have a 'hinged cover, an per Uia- h""i u in. mo ooiiom or tne inner box is to bo a slutted rack for the ice to rest upon. The drip water can es cape by a bored hole and piece of tub- HOMHMADK ICR BOX. ing out Into1 a dish. Inside the inner box arrange cleats ftr shelve to rest upon. Altogether you will find this a very satiofuctory ice box, the air in it being sweet and pure and colder than in most refrigerators. Hare two sets of shelves, so that when one set is be ing cleaned ami dried the other can be in utte. bood Housekeeping. Important Invention In Weaving. One of those Inventions which will Inevitably displace a largo amount of labor because of its increased economy has recently found its way into textile manufacturing. It is a loom which au tomatically feeds bobbins into the shuttle. This work hitherto has been one of the duties of the weaver. Now five persons can take care of eighty of liicse looms, whereas, at present, one person iooks alter gi.t. xno new process will run for an hour or two after every one has left the factory at night and through the noon hour. It is said that it will save one-half the la bor cost in weaving and one-fourth the whole labor cost of manufacturing. Stuffed Tomntoes Are Good. Select about six large tomatoes and scoop a hole out of the top of each. Make this stuffing: A tablespoonfnl of bread crumbs; two tahlespoonfuls of minced veal or chicken, a teuspoouf tit of mixed sweet herbs, and ome lemon peel chopped very finely. Season all rather highly with pepper and salt, moisten with cream or a beaten egg. Place the tomatoes on a baking tin, fill the hole in each with the above stuffing, and bake in a moderate oven for about a quarter of an hour. To serve, place the tomatoes on a hot dish and pour thick, brown gravy round. , Just Judxtdeata. Love lean Infinite capacity for suffer !ng. , ' A man's affection is regulated by bis digestion. The beauty of pain is not ia the thing itself but the way it is borne. The mere accident of relationship does not give one the right to bo in Kilting. Dlieouragtag. - - - Clara He is ti obstinate. Mtiiid In what way? ' Cliua if tho hardest tiling la the world to convinuiMn! t'wt I sin r,!srsil A Marri ? i 1:- u great cf t .---s I t.. 3 t e ' f hr jU Iui-J lo the un.kQ. l.icrej la U.e vs;b: :tT cf m. h fritEjjh p, only tu Jitowr that ht n U'.krJ of a frh-clvb'p aa ia rval.iT lore. .ot'.ip n.nvr! tou, ibt Jr jrirL, fir "'fa:? auuiawluse bvart. mmd and bo!j U-loEif to aaothrr woman. It li true that too of wo lhM anUcairabl frtendaJhips Wgin in tha moat taaooFnt war, but the rerj minute that job tad tnat this man ia beeorainir a aemaaitr to rouj h!pioi;ji yon mast atop, aad at oa. The old story is told by the man, the oft-told story cf an sasympa thetic wife a wife that ia Dot eompaif ional.le, a wife piven orer todotaektie affairs with, as natural srqartKw, the oft -told story that yon brief little life into his life, that yon make a little happiness, and that you are the only woman who erer thoroughly anji-r- stoo4 him. This is suoh an old Mary, end yet it Is one to which too msny womrn listen. Sly dear girl, look the matter straight in the face. No matter how bad a man's wife mar be. no mat ter bow he may long for eompaalon ship, yon are doing an absolute wrong y tren listening to hi story. SOME DONTS' IN DRESS. Dont neglect quality for the take ot quantity. Don t wear a white petticoat unlesi it is white. Don't forget that Jong credit cften brings discredit. Itonttrim good material with com mon trimmings. Don't imagine that beautv will a t on lor untidiness. Don't look a frump because vou can not looK a swell. Don't expect great bargains to turn out great saves. Dont dress to startle people's eves. but to aatUf v them Don t make your own dresse unlea yon can do it well. Don't Jump into your clothe and ex pect to look dressed. Don't achieve the grotesque while at tempting tne original. Dont wear a fur or a feat ier boa with a cotton dress or skirt. T .1 , , ... urcsa your neau at tne sinenae oi your nanus and feet. ""J caeap initiations II TOU rr i . . . ... hiuuiuc articin, ' put cost oetore culw Corded 11 , .. wuu 1 cover a ciumsy tiL ft.v y " .iiv.iiuiiuuti virjc.-iion among worn ankind to letting their age be known is not shared by the ladies of Japan, who actually display their cycle of years in the arrangement of their hair. lirls from I to IS wear their hair inter laced with red crepe, ii a semi-circle around the head, the forehead belna left free with a eurl at each side. From the age of IS to 80 tho hair is dressed very high on the forehead and gath ercd up at the back In the shape of butterfly or fan, with twisting of ilvei com and perhaps a decoration of col ored balls. Beyond the milestone of 80 a woman twists her heir around a sholl pin placed horizontally at the back of the head. Quite, differently, again, a wiuow arranges her coiiTure, and tha i ... , , . .,, , i wh th r TV?" . ' wmmcrsne uc.iirea to marry again or not. New Dread Pudding Beelpo, A new recipe for bread pudding has been found and is presented with the indorsement of being worth a place In mo appendix leaves of the house keeper's cook book: Soak one pint of line crumbs in a pint of milk until soft. add three tablespoon fuls of cocoa dis solved in a little 'water, three well- beaten eggs, a half cupful of m-ann- mtea sugar and another pint of milk. bet the pudding dish in a pan of hot water and bake one hour. Whipped cream ilavored with vanilla is very good with this pudding, or a sauce made from a scant cupful of sugar, a tablespoonful of corn starch and a cupful of water may be used. Cook the ingredients in a double boiler ten min utes, and just before, serving add an ounee of butter and a half teaspoonful of vnnilla. Hsts te He Made from Log-s. ' A Connecticut man lias patented machine for making hats out of wood. A log of wood, cut square, fed to the machine, is converted into fine strips of wood much resembling excoUior. It is claimed that when these are moistened they can bo woven much more readily man straw, ana mane a tint-able hat. The inventor says tho substance iti lighter in weight than straw, and thai because of its easier manipulation and lower cost it will supersede th straw now used for headgear. Too Moch Light. Photographer Now, madam, look pleasant, please. Subject I mpossiblet "What Is tbe matter?" "l m h.h. I- tu 1 ..:7" -' jririVu'" '"..rr'" outside, flirting with a pretty girl I across the street." Chicago Record. W.sle Kot, Want Not. Servant Here" a bunch of roses for yon. ma am. - Miss Palisade Why, It Mr. Mean- man's card. How on earth did he com to send me any roses? Servant I asked the boy, ma'am, and he said they were left over from hla grandmother's funeral, Brooklyn Life. His Wheel. . : "What do you think of my wheel?" asked the youth who had not been able to talk of Anything but bicycling for two hours. ...... i ... "I think it must be an abnormal de velopment," replied the summer girl, aa she looked curiously at hi head. Chi cago Post. And Stayed So. Cholly Fiveocl.ock Yaa. I tvHed to learn to play golf last summah, don't y' know; but I gave it up when I got truck on the head with the ball and knocked silly, - : Mis Quicltwit How tad! And can the doctor do nothing foryou? Golden Days. Aa Eye to Business. , -. Plxter Is that the heiress who mar ried the oonnt last week? - ? , Onson Yes. ... .... Pixtcr Wu!t till I linn,l Lcr my Chiil. Pin tho most sue. -.ful il.v jr' U.'i Vfif 4 ' a Lai; Ti, E&( la Si A-ri i.a.nare 9;?r4. A r- e; t V.r.xi Vfb ) J :t.h strv t- , ::.! V v-'-; rni rn- t...; tj i ... a, i t I -: f". j !i.ad sisLi far:y f . ue J a pn.pvt wi..n. au ai uaarai Sial.iK.iV, CtUiU not be n.-r'.rj. torn is Isiariast and staniy a.ii efry stj.lt shows la"-fre-s.ied ttTK ii !r ou t trosa it. 1 1 is so far aJraored t.-.at tbe ouiniliated coa'.d be ma Je to beht-rt eery reaJUy that it is past al harm from any source. Not' wuhstamiiUg' its fine appearance, ho' ever, U ia yet out of dauirer of frost, and ui sot be for at leat two weeks. A Ise erop of oats has been reaped ia thii section. Much of it is stiU ta the shock and a rood deal of It has bees stacked, it is thrashing- out from thir ty to fifty bushels to the acre and will arerape a boot forty. The wheat erop nas an oeen barret. ted, and fanner are now busy plowing their land prepara tory to putting in another crop of win ler wheat Leering Lincoln the outlook is much less promising. Between Wsrerly and Fairmont, distance of sixty miles, is s stretch of country which has usually beea described a the garden spot of Nebraska. Crops have alwaya beea abundant here, howerer poorly ther may hare been in other parts of the state. Last year and this Tear hare been the only known exceotkis to this rule. Somehow this belt ha suffered evercly this year. It ha rained copiously oa all side of it and all around it, but the clouds refused to give It a drop of moistare until too late to save the corn crop. For a stretch of country sixty mile long and sixty miicflwiue tne eorn crop is a com para .( 4 : i i . .,, , . me lauure. ti will OU1V run from a quarter to hl a crop, averaging aa whole about one-third an ordinary crop. Oats have not fared so badly. Ther ara thrashing out from thlrtv-five to forty bushels an acre. Heavy rains fell over this section at the end of last week. They came too late, however, to save the bulk of the cora. Very much of it Zl'- "d wutea beyond redemption and a good "7 o c lor loa- der. Wheat in this section is thrashing out fifteen bushels to the acre. West of Fairmont th scene airain change and an ocean of warlnir nm strong and luxuriant, is to be seen as far a the eye can reach In every diree - tion. The croo from Hattlnm K. western boundary of the state is prao- tically made, and nothing but a killing frost can now blight it. It will areraire not less than sixty bushels to the acre, and verv man lanrn A.M. il1 .iu I o- ----- " - J ,v.m I niiy ousiieis. Around MeOvd. I. ,h, k. js.. I - UIBUO- ters of last year were most severely th" P loes then us- talned. The whole section of country iooks line a veritable garden, and the people feci buoyant beyond expression. Winter wheat ia thrashing out about twenty bushel te the acre and the best field are yielding thirty bushel. Spring wheat is running from twelve to eighteen bushels to the acre. Oata average from fifty to ixty bushel, the beat field thrashing out one hundred bushels. Alfalfa Is a new iron her with which the people are delighted. All kinds of live stock eat it with relish, and It Is proving to be fattening fodder. The first year it yields one ton to the acre, out alter the third year it yield three crop a year, which foot up seven and one-half ton to the acre. It I worth In wu w wic acre, ltis worm in market fiv. dollar, per ton, but to f ..in. . ....!.. x.' t ,. . feed cattle the result have shown it to be worth seventy dollars per acre. It i the coming crop all along the flats of tne liepuulican valley. Paying a King's Doctor, 1940. The first notice we find of royal pay ment to a physician wa when Nicho las de Fernehan wa called to the court of Henry III. at a salary, until he be came bishop of Durham. In the ae- counts for tlje royal household, which ante from the thirtv-third vear nf Uenry VI., and continue during the reigns of Henry VII. and Henrv VIII.. we find no regular allowance wa made to tho royal physician they were civen a 'wmnl " I 1 : the royal apothecaries, however, were paid as in the form of a legal demand. Among the Cottonian manuscripts in the British museum are the accounts of Henry VIII. On May 18. in the twen- ty-flrst year of his reign we note: "To i.uinoeri, tne King Apothecarie, in full; xxx.I. xii.s vl.d." On October 13: "To the Sarwant npotnecary, nis 0111 xxvlii. H. ., s.d, In the twenty-third year of his reign. on February 1: "In reward in n- 1 axeairy ana anotner physltian, iiiil 11." vu marcn 00: "raiu to mv Ladv Prin. f ISA. 1,11 1 . . - . I cess phisitian.in reward, xxvi. 11. xiil. a." un tJctober 5: "To Dr. Butts, nhiai. i t . r. .. . . r : v.ou iur ye use 01 ur. inur ebv. Ilishnn nf Pl K tri . " " 'j, vj nmu b couimanu. x 11 - 1 uentieman Magazine. . , A Bear's Queer Memento. A big bear killed recently in th- TW.1 Indian enn(r A.o J' . a , beArrvin. -.I vwaauv. j. VavKUU. V H It III fill Til I .--..,...,UWU1 a pre- vion episode w Ith hunter, in which ne came on victorious, though not nn. scathed. In the stifle ioint of one f Ihi.l.lnH l.. . . ,-. "i "..": in-r"-. UU.BU"1' ,Br? "'" " UUK wiiicn uie nunters sa ri must naye belonged to a big bear dog. The tusk was well overgrown with skin, ami apparently had been in the bcar sle' many year. ' , . FRENCH GOSSIP. BTSAMBBg of 1,000 ton. can now irn np the Seine to Pari with their civn (team. ' Aw Interfiational conference on the protection of wild bird useful to egri- culture was held in Paris in the last days of June. . , t iORD ultfebis has been obi ice 1 to Oischarge all the French servant at tho British embassy in Paris, as they have repeatedly been discovered tam- penog with dispatch boxes. Cables will connect the Eiffel tower with turret of the Trocadero palace, during the 1000 exhibition, and upon thera light passenger trains will be run by gravitation. , . , " Frajcce proposes to put in end to racing by ocean greyhound by enforc ing the regulations of 1883, limiting tbe speed at sea. A new bill drawn up by the ' marine . ministry, . imposes heavy penalties for excessive speed., 1 , . , ,.. Is Franco the Budget committee ha decided to remove tho taxes on wines, beer.cider, and other "h.vgienlc drinks," and toincreaso tin' duty 1111 spirit with tha exaoptlon rf BV-'hoi ufrt In the Sri., Tho inufectt;r9 ff B'.vvhl will " " J - " ' r ' 1" ft: Z i. 3 klT - - T. Ex Sena uw Jamea M. Sooeet, Xew Jersey, sfwr th.rty-tre years of aelimy ia pel.siM, has toroe4 mt felist, ut, under -the direct ic of L'wight L Moody, will hold reeieal aieeuaes" tarovrhowt 'the t"niii states. Mr. Walter H. rjr has resigned the editorship of the Forma. Sir. Pare hs beea ia the service of this review (or more than seven years, sad baa had fxelasive editorial control for aa 'QSB lour year. It wss fee who re duced the price of the Forum to twen ty-are rent. Caps. Henry EuaJy, bow sixty- even, is one of the most interesting character oa tha great lakes, tie it known aa the "sailor evangelist. sad for twenty year has beea doing mis iouary work among the lake marines. H distribute tracts, sells Bible, sad when a family a ucable to purchase a Dibl ca presents it with one. A lost set of poems by Goethe. written when be wa a student o eighteen at Leipzig la honor of hi flame, Anna Kattarina Schonkopf, and entitled ''Annette," has beea fouud by Dr. Su'phen, of Weimar, among th effects of Goethe's friend, Fraolein von Goekhansea, to whom the poet prob- soiy presented the manuscript. Bay York, aged twelve, aad Krvin P- Lake, aged seventeen, are holding 'ef ul revival services ia Missouri. T wa cvaTcrv.ru wneu six years or ?, and not long afterward united 1th th !aptist church, at once be coming a preacher. Ervin Is th pas tor of the first Baptiat church ol Mount Carmel, I1L, and is said to be the youngest pastor ia the world. C K. Luffmsn, who has writtea a book about Spain, says of the girls of SeTillt f "horn Carmen was one and over whose ehsrms th world has gone into ecstasies, that they are "black' eyed, sullen-faced, thiek-ankled,dowdt- ly dressed. If I were asked what th 'ace of th Spanish woman most regu larly lack. say Mr. Luffmn, "I should say goodncM. One rarely see goort face in Spain. There Is a tory of Crockett, of Stickit Minister" fame, to the effect " wn be offered his first volume to cteh firm they return it with a I P0111 note assuring him that ther w n market for that sort of thing. Tn ,etter WM marked "No. 396 b." Ia 1 er J" vrnen " same publisher "sod him for one of his manuscripts he Poliley requested them to refer to their P11 correspondence with nlm mrkett "3WJ b." I Ther are now only three men lit rnce who took prt in the battle oj Waterloo. The eldest ot these ia Vic tor Baillolt Hs wis born at CreseV in 5793 and w caught in the last of apolcon' conscriptions. He wai taken prisoner at Waterloo after re. ceiving a saber cut (cross the helmet which felled him to the ground. Ilia chief recollection of the great battle in that the growing wheat impeded th progress of the trench army and car iry were sent to trample it down. A atory as to th thickness of I Degree skull, which comes near touching the record, is told and vouched for by the Livingston (Ala.) Sun. It say that a negro living near York, Ala., was shooting rata recently with a cap and ball pistol, and the can snapped and th charge failed to ex plode. 1 he negro turned the pistol "Pwrd and looked down the barrel to WBS lne mer, when the weaP0D "'n' off nd the bullet struck llim onarely between the eyes. Tha I , . u .yc. no bul,et Ml to "oor, flattened out, and the neirro wn nnlv 1, ,, I n . 1. and the negro was onl y hurt to the ex. tent of an inconsiderable flesh wound. HUMOROUS. -An Ellinwood (Kas.) man offered the editor of the Advocate a quarter to Toast nis wife for running away with a nacn-ariver. Cincinnati Commercial' ttazett. -Not Soothlng.-ITe "Is thla tha nrst time you re ever been la lov. dar ling?1! She (thoughtlessly) "Yes; but It's so nice that I hope it won't be the 10811 -limits. "! there much dissipation here?" ,ked "e" Yorker of a Maine native. .Narv a bit. was tha renlv "Wk. llle sun Mn'' dissipate the fog." -Texas Sifting, The Husband (seeing his wife off) "You must promise not to ask for money every time you write." The " "But that would necessitate my nngsomucu ofiener." Life. -Tommy "I think I am better at eating than I amatstudvinir." M.mm. -"trny do you think that, Tommy?" Tommy "Why, because I often 'mis my lessons, but I never mlum. "I notice you never give credit In . .- " - your columns." said the nunlin,,. ...j. r. "No." said the editor of th. pi n-u. Title Bntrle. "but von list omrht t ... ' . ... .... i-f suoscriDtion 1 sL" lnH!.n.,i: t" 1 ' "'""'' uuuruai. -Maud-"Wer you overeom. b. th. neai, m a Dei -niauei "Ao, dear! I .,,.. . XZS'S" "oulan. " comoinaUOU IB 0d nflVntH II biihaI ft aaiilj-fl 1 1 ' .uici wiituo 1, nave oeentlie seven glasses I had ta ken. World -N. Y. In .1, l i.j.j . in n. T" T.-i" U2.J.U. Jr 7 ".-, Tri.nuS ro auaress lM young ladle of hi. congregation after th. ..1 from the pulpit that he would be . glad if the female brethren of th. gregation would remain after they had gone home. -Harper'. Bound Table. Lion t you, - earn the summon boarder, "sometimes envy the city peo ple who come here with nothinir tn dn out recreate?" "No." re.n d c... Corntossel. "I dunno's I do. I n. the scythe till I get rlirht tired . 'magine it lorn tennis, an' .t. i tlie troat porch ter get bit by the mers. 4ters ot evemn's an' manage ter have """M Sood a time a the rest of 'em One of the best atorles told by Dean nule ,u nl Memories",! of an old- ""oneo. cathedral verger, "lord ol the aisl8." who, one noon, found PIoos visitor on hi knee in the sacred eoiuce. xue verger Hastened tin him ana said, In a tone of indlo-nani excitement: "The service In thia en. thedral are at ten in the morninir and ai tour m tn aiternoon, and we don't nave no fancy prayer. , bir Benjamin Guinness, of XXX itout tame, wa in Dublin and had shown an American tourist fit Patrlck't cathedral "restored by Guinness.' the chools "founded by Guinness," and; the brewery "founded by Guinness." "Well." said Sir B., "what do you think . 01 tnatr "i guess, qnoth the Yaikec, "1 guess I never -saw a more remark. 1.1 . 1 .: : - 1 t . . . i vwiuiiiui.iiMi ui mai viikioa, e'lii'a 1 tion andititogication." (ininne.sdiili.'l ajHtirMoaie r,e,a mtih ! I V uses' -tt & t - I Thx excessive pleasnre we feel ia taiking f ourselves ui.iit to make as apprehea tirettuiwe afford U;Uo w our sucao.s. Bocuclawiuid. Hi MPe tou re?"T think kissing is wk-kedf" The Sew Woman "it is worse thaa wk koii. It is iiisaiuiary.,'-luaianp-us JouruaL "Sm, torr. CM'd bike V git m same oa tlx" pulsion list." "Were you la the srmyl" "No. sorr, but mot srmpaiies was enlishted all troo lh' war." Hai-pers Batar. A Hons IixrsTaiTios. Bhe "Do you think it is true that niarriage dehghts ia romr-asls!'1 He Certainly ! ou know vou are cootinually eoatmsung me wita we man you supposed me to be before e were Blamed. '' i'uek- Tauir "Sav. boss, could yer give s feller dime for a square meal I' Kind Uenlle-niau--t ertainly. If the meal i a good one. Where is itf-Harper's Baiar. Wirr. "What do you Oil ok of Bridget' cookinr!" Husband "1 think if she tried te boil water she'd burn it." Truth. "WoGGLEshad slot of m oner t one time. What became of it!" "He blew it in." "Howl" "Invested it in s vnueiustic rail way scheme." Washington Bur. Dotino Slammi (to Alfred, who Is strut- tine about in his first trousers "Alfred, come oyer here aad kiss me" Alfred (hrnilyi "No mam ma, 1 can't love you any more. I'm too old." Maotiood has a eontcmot for cowardice. That is why you get angrier when you se the other fellow isn't going to light. Plain Dealer. "Hicks has married an armless woman." "Did he tell you hisTeasonsI'' "Yes; he said that he would never be under any wom an's thumb." Syracuse Post. KoilTUNI is ever seen eccnmrt.mv!nff In. dustry, and is as of ten i trundli'nr in a wheelbarrow as lolling in a coach and six. uoiusniim, DsvnsT "The nerves are dead', that's what's the matter." Celtic Patient-"Thin, be the blessld Virp n, th' doin tooth must be bouldin' wake over thim I" Fuck. Fatiikh " What was vour mother talklna- about an hile oso!" Nun "I don't know" Father -".Whv. vnu sat and hanl It all!' P0," Dut sle talking to th ba -llicllif0 Kocerd. 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