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ARTFUL BEGGAR. m ( m 1 3 I MOF THE TThlo day Is dear tp us. This day our rneo Itcncus Its youth the whole brond cartli n round: This dny our lovo o'erlcaps all sundering space, And homeward hlea beyond all hinder ing bound; This dny vhero'ran Irishman Is found (And whither can' you go and fall to find hlm7) His faithful spirit haunts tho holy ground, Tho consecrated sod, long left behind him. The "sea-dlvldcd Gael" Is ono to-day From .north to south, from farthest u nnat In wnnt SSjff Tho spreading oceans cannot Btop nor isfe&k slay m3ffi Tho spark that speeds from Iilsh breast " V to breast: r AVc'ro brothers all at motherland's be ar best. ,f Heart cleayes to heart with tenderest devotion, SSAnd dark dissension passes like a Jest Si In all the slow of this dear day's cmo & tlon! The winds of fate have blown us far and wide, Of cruel laws we've known tho bitter ban, But all In vain oppression's hand has tried To bend us to a proud Imperial plan, "Wo nro no remnant of a conquered clan Eldit hundred years of tyranny and terror i Defiant leave us as when first began Wx Their long, long reign of Ignoranco and error; "We've known defeat, we've known the anguish keen Of those who see their country's glory lied, Tho famine dajs tho living specters lean Tho little children hungering for bread. And yet the Irish nation Is not dead! Sn spite of sword and suffering and sorrow. When all seems lost, again she lifts her head. And turns expectant toward sonv bright to-morrow. On Cngland's realm tho day is never done, She may well boast her far-flung battle line, Her morning drum-beat following the sun, I She rules alike the palm-tree and tho pine. But, Erin dear, a wider sway Is thlnol A truer stato of empire thou maln talnest! Thy right to homngo Is n right divine. Because, dear land, by love alone thou relgnest! Tho empire won by steel and held by . force Must sometime fall, must sometime fall to naught, Tho onward moving years' resistless course , rull many a dj nasty to dust has brought. Bclshar.zar'B kingdom cunningly was yet thcro came a day of dire dls- ' aster, Thcro camo n message that with mean ing fraught Foretold the triumph of another master! Thus power has passed, and thus will pass agnln. God lives and reigns whate'er tho fool may say. God Is not mocked. lie keeps his tryst with men, Ho bides his time until tho appointed day. And then he moves. And then ho sweeps away Tho fabrics fondly made to last for ever, And then a ruin where the lizards play Is all that marks the place of proud en deavor! This, this Is Erin's comfort In her grief And this her consolation In her caro; She holds unshaken still her old belief That God's high Judgments aro not false, but fair; Vhen other peoples perish In despair, Or bow tho knee beforo unholy altars, Whatever cross poof Ireland's shoulders bear, Her Chrlstlnn courage nover faints nor falters! And so this day's a day of faith and hopol "What'er mlBfortunes through tno year may fall, To-day In darkness wo rcftuo to grope, To-day our fingers fling aside the pall. To-day wo answer to tho clarion call, Of thoDo nt home truo hearted Bona that love her, To-day wo pledgo our fealty to all Who strive to plnco her own free flag above her! Citizen Soldier's Unique Idsa of the t Duties of a Sentry. Australians still toll stories of the C. Li. V.'b, although tho war Is a far memory. One, a memher of tho Stock Exchange, was left ono wet and miser able night to guard a wagonload of goods. He shivered In tho unsheltered placo for somo hours pondering many things, and then a bright thought ctruck him just as tho colonel enmo around on his tour of Inspection. "Colonel," ho asked, "how much is this wagon worth?" "I don't know," was the answer. "Much or little, we can't afford to lose it." "Well, but colonel," persisted the amateur soldier, "you might give me a rough idea of the value." "About 200," said tho Colonel teBtlly. "Very well," was the answer. "I will come down to the camp and give you a check for the amount. Then I'll turn in. I wouldn't catch my death of cold for twice that much." What tho colonel said is not re corded. Melbourne Times. BABY HORRIBLY BURNED 3y Boiling Grease Skin All Came Off One Side of Face and Head Thought Her Disfigured for Life. Used Cutlcura: No Scar Left. "My baby was sitting beside tho fender and wo were preparing tho breakfast when the frying-pan full of boiling grease was upset and It went all over one sido of her face and head. Somo one wiped the scald with a towel, pulling the entire skin off. We took her to a doctor. He tended her a week and gave me somo stuff to put on. But it all festered and I thought tho baby was disfigured for life. I used about three hoxes of Cutlcura Ointment and it was wonderful how it healed. In about five weeks It waB better and there wasn't a mark to tell where the scald had been. Her skin is just liko velvet. Mrs. Hare, 1, Henry St., S"outh Shields, Durham, England, March 22, 1908." Potter Drug & Cbeni Corp . Solo Props., Boston. TROUBLES OF JUNGLE DENTIST. Dentist I wonder does he really want that tooth pulled, or is he schem ing for a breakfast? No Temperament. "One of your daughters married an artist, did she not?" ' "Yes, and he beats her dreadfully." "The artistic temperament. Who did her sister marry?" "A coal heaver, and he loves her de votedly and never gives her a cross word." "How uneventful life must seem with an unthinking clod liko that." Houston Post. 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For children tectbtuit, softens tno gurus, roiWe In flammation, alUy t psln, cures wind collu. '&o a bottle. A man who needs advlco is apt to got the kind ho doesn't want. ,. . It Cures Wlillo You Walk Allen 'sroot-Kuso for lornsanil bunions, hot, sweaty callous uclilnitf tel. 25oull Druggists. Suspect tho meaning and regard not opeeches. Socrates. "pST afciuil PT3 LI SiiSTijnnTjtHMilRB MIbs Charity If I were to give you a quarter, what would you say? Wandering Jim I should tell every gent that you were tho prettiest lady in all this town. Leso Majcate. A teacher in ono of the schools of Berlin has given to tho papers of that city a composition written by one of tho pupils In his school on the sub ject, "The Kaiser," in tho oourse of which the young author sayB: "Prince Wlllielm was born on tho kaiser's birthday. From the dome of the cas tle 101 salute shots were fired. The old grandfather and old Wrangel hopped into a cab and went to the schlosB, and old Wrangel said: 'The boy is all right,' and the father made a bow from tho balcony, and It was awful cold. And when the boy was . baptized his father held his watch in ' front of the Htlo fellow's nose, and he grabbed it and never let go again, be- j causo ho Is a Hohenzollern." The Most Likely Place. i "MLney doesn't grow on bushes," declared the purveyor of bromides. "That's right," assented the other half of the sketch. "Not even in the gold fields." Kansas City Journal. For Colds and Gripp Capudine. Tho best remedy for Grlpp and Colds Is HlekV Capudine. Relieves the aching and fevcrislmess. Cures the cold Headaches also. It's Liquid Effects Immediately 10, 25 and 50c at Drug Stores. Only One of Many. "That's a queerly cut dinner jacket you have on." "This is not a dinner jacket, It's a meal sack." Depew's After Dinner Pills cures all liver ills. 5 days' treatment for 10 cents. 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Present prices are especially favorable and thousands of Farmers' Mutual Com panies are now organizing so as to build their lines this Spring. Write us to-day. Sootbero Olllcts Atlanta Kansas City Cincinnati Portsmouth' Dallas Saint Louis Indianapolis Savannah PUTNAM Color more goods brighter and (tiler colon than any any carmeni without nppma apart, writs lor ireo The most certain sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness. Montaiguo. ONLY ON15 "IlTtOMO QUININE." ThatlsIiAXATlVU 11UOMO QU1NINK. Look fur tlio signature cif K. VI. oltoVH. L'so4 tho World over to Cure u Cold In Onu J)jy. Sic. An unbridled tongue- is the worst of diseases. Euripides. Booauao of thoao ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uso "LA Discour "Do as I did", writes Wis., "and take that good troubles. "Before I commenced sick and discouraged I well, and did not care it 1 pain, every month, and iemale troubles. "I took a lot of medicine before I could notice any difference, but now I 3rears. 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